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Francis Lenygon

Published by T. Werner Laurie, London (1909)

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About this Item: T. Werner Laurie, London, 1909. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. numerous black & white illustrations and mounted plates (illustrator). 1st Edition. This is a very good hardback copy in the original blue cloth covers, some foxing, very heavy large book, will need extra postage For books going outside Europe I strongly recommend airmail as sea mail is a poor service, books to Europe always go by airmail in any case. Inland, I send all parcels that weigh under a kilo by first class. For any enquiries please do get in touch. If you are ever in Bath, please visit our bookshop Bath Old Books, although this book is not in the shop but in my book room at home. Seller Inventory # 000363

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Cover title:] Saddan Theater presents The Great: Hameiri, Avigdor]; [Masereel,

Hameiri, Avigdor]; [Masereel, Frans]

Published by [S.n., printed at Vardi], [Tel Aviv] (1936)

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About this Item: [S.n., printed at Vardi], [Tel Aviv], 1936. Stapled. Illustrated title page, three full-page and one text illustration by Frans Masereel, printed in black, and a mounted photographic portrait of the author. (illustrator). Illustrated title page, three full-page and one text illustration by Frans Masereel, printed in black, and a mounted photographic portrait of the author. First edition. Text in Hebrew and in English. Stapled. 15, (1) p. Masareel-illustrated theatre programme from The Great Madness by Avigdor Hameiri at the Saddan Theater. The Great Madness was a theatre adaptation of Hameiri's World War I memoir, first published in 1929 in Hebrew, under the title Ha-Shigaon ha-Gadol, directed by J. M. Daniel. Besides the credits and the summary of the plot both in Hebrew and English, along with several war-related sayings and citations, the program includes a biography and a mounted photographic portrait of the author, Avigdor Hameiri. It is illustrated with the linocut reproductions of five woodcuts by the Flemish painter and graphic artist, Frans Masereel (1889-1972), which he designed for this booklet. Avigdor Hameiri (1890-1970) was an Israeli author of Hungarian origins. After fighting in World War I, he settled down in Tel-Aviv in 1921. He was the founder of Ha-Kumkum (The Kettle), the first Hebrew satirical theatre and also the founder of the journals, Lev Hadas (New Heart) and HaMachar (Tomorrow). He was awarded the Israeli Prize for literature in 1968. Rusted at staple. In fine condition. First edition. Text in Hebrew and in English. Seller Inventory # 1399

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A Midsummer-Night's Dream.: Shakespeare, William.

Shakespeare, William.

Published by William Heinemann,, London: (1908)

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About this Item: William Heinemann,, London:, 1908. Forty full-page color illustrations by Arthur Rackham mounted on brown paper and thirty drawings in black & white. (illustrator). First Rackham edition, limited issue. One of 1000 copies, signed by Arthur Rackham. 11.25 x 9 inches. Full red crushed moroccor by J. May. Spine in six compartments titled in gilt and with remaining compartments stamped with corner and central devices surrounded by a gilt rule, boards with double rectangular panel design and corner devices. One half inch split to upper front joint, faint wear, still a fine copy. Seller Inventory # Embry 87027

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Max Ernst. Textes de Joe Bousquet et: Ernst, Max]; Bousquet,

Ernst, Max]; Bousquet, Joe; Tapié, Michel

Published by René Drouin, [Paris] 17, Place Vendôme (1950)

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About this Item: René Drouin, [Paris] 17, Place Vendôme, 1950. With 11 full-page illustrations, and 11 black and white photographic reproductions (among them a folded and mounted). (illustrator). With 11 full-page illustrations, and 11 black and white photographic reproductions (among them a folded and mounted). First edition. Association copy, inscribed by Max Ernst to Man Ray and Juliet. In publisher's illustrated wrappers, printed in green and red. 61, (3) p. [6 plates and the unnumbered pages with illustrations are included.]. An association copy, inscribed by Max Ernst to Man Ray and his wife Juliet. An important presentation copy, inscribed by Max Ernst in French to Man Ray and Juliet with "amités transatlantique". Max Ernst and Man Ray, the chief figures of the Surrealist movement, were not just associates in the avant-garde movement and scenes, since its earliest times (eg. both artists were represented in the first Surrealist exhibition in Paris in 1925) but also very close friends who held double wedding together in 1946 when Max Ernst married to Dorothea Tanning and May Ray to Juliet Browner, the modern dancer, the other addressee of the dedication. The book contains two essays on Max Ernst the German Dadaist and Surrealist artist, the first one is by the poet Joë Bousquet, who was a friend of Max Ernst and many Surrealist artists and also a collector of their artworks. The second essay, which is "forwarded" by eleven full page images by Max Ernst, is by the art critic, curator, and collector Michel Tapié. The book finishes with the eleven black and white photographic reproductions of Max Ernst painting. The wrappers are artistically restored at spine, the rear cover also at left edge. Very slightly worn at extremities. Inside clean and well preserved. Housed in custom-made folder. Overall a very good copy. In publisher's illustrated wrappers, printed in green and red First edition. Association copy, inscribed by Max Ernst to Man Ray and Juliet. Seller Inventory # 1095

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