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La Revue Musicale Triple N°361-362-363 ; Sous la direction du compositeur Pierre Ancelin - Dedicace de Pierre Ancelin et Henri Sauguet a Jean-Charles Cabanis

Published by Richard Masse - Revue Musicale (1000)

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From: Librairie Laumiere (Paris, France)

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About this Item: Richard Masse - Revue Musicale, 1000. in8, broche, 280p, bon etat d'usage, contours et coins frottes, trace de pliure au dos, bas du dos abime, interieur tres propre, double envoi - dedicace du compositeur Pierre Ancelin et d'Henri Sauguet a Jean-Charles Cabanis, La Revue Musicale, 1983. Seller Inventory # 67660

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Ancelin, Charles

Published by Galerie Lutetia [N.d., but early c. 20th], Paris

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About this Item: Galerie Lutetia [N.d., but early c. 20th], Paris. Early twentieth century pochoir. Signed in the plate, and numbered No. 8 in pencil on lower right corner. 30.5 x 49.5 cm. About fine, the colors vivid and fresh. Not matted. Charles Ancelin (1863-1940), flourished around 1910-1930, specializing in horse racing, military equestrian, and trotting scenes rendered in the Art Deco style. This print is of two riders, followed by a third, in jockey silks, jumping a flagged hurdle in the traditional steeplechase style. Seller Inventory # WRCLIT66087

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Ancelin, Charles

Published by Galerie Lutetia [N.d. but early c. 20th], Paris

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About this Item: Galerie Lutetia [N.d. but early c. 20th], Paris. Early twentieth century pochoir. Signed in the plate, and numbered No. 9 in pencil on lower right corner. 30.5 x 49.5 cm. About fine, the colors vivid and fresh. Not matted. Charles Ancelin (1863-1940), flourished around 1910-1930, specializing in horse racing, military equestrian, and trotting scenes rendered in the Art Deco style. This print is of harness racing, or trotting, with a driver in jockey silks on a two-wheel sulky, pulled by a splendid horse. An additional driver, horse and sulky are in the right background. Seller Inventory # WRCLIT66088

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