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JAKAC, BOZIDAR

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About this Item: Ljubljana. (Moderna Galerija). 1950. Ln. unpag. 145 s/w-Abb. Text serbokroatisch/frz. Seller Inventory # 10311

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Jakac, Bozidar

Published by Ljubljyna: Moderna Galerija, (1962)

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About this Item: Ljubljyna: Moderna Galerija, 1962. Soft cover. Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. Sm.8° - 46pp - B/w reproductions. Exhibition Catalogue Xylon 1962, organize by the international society of wood engravers, Zurich, Switzerland. Text in Slovenian and French language. Original wrappers. Very good condition. Seller Inventory # 7792

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Bozidar Jakac

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About this Item: Dolenjski Muzej. Condition: Very Good. Dolenjski Muzej Novo Mesto, 1988 4to Hardcover 670 pgs. Slovenian and English. Color illustrations. Very Good Book and Good Dust Jacket. Inquire if you need further information. Seller Inventory # CA16A-00334

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Bozidar, Jakac

Published by Moderna Galerija, Ljubljana 1950 (1950)

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About this Item: Moderna Galerija, Ljubljana 1950, 1950. 4:o. Linen cloth in box. Richly illustrated in black and white. Book condition: Near Fine. Slightly soiled box. The book comes with a 4 page text folder in french. Slovenska. Seller Inventory # 39794

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Jakac, Bozidar and Miran Jarc.

Published by Jugoslovanska Knjigarna, Ljubljana: 1932. (1932)

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About this Item: Jugoslovanska Knjigarna, Ljubljana: 1932., 1932. Hardcover. 8vo, tan cloth backed patterned boards with red lettering on the spine and boards, stapled. 204, 237pp., 2 colored frontispieces and numerous monotone illustrations from paintings by Jakac. The artist and the poet (Jarc) traveled thruout the United States in 1929 and 1930-31 recording their impressions of America, particularly the American West and Pacific Coast. All of the second volume and a third of the first are devoted to that part of the U.S. One staple has pulled out and partially cracked open the gutter betwen page 48-49 in Vol. 2 and a few stamples are rusty in volume 1 and have left gutter stains. A very good copy otherwise of a poorly constructed book. Seller Inventory # 11350

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Bozidar Jakac; Milcek Komelj

Published by Dolenjska Zalozba, Novo Mesto (1990)

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About this Item: Dolenjska Zalozba, Novo Mesto, 1990. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Oversized heavy hardcover, 30x24x4cm, weight: 3.14kg / 6.9lb, 670pp, glossy paper, illustrated throughout, NOT ex-library. Fully bilingual (Slovene & English). No ISBN. A very good copy with limited signs of gentle wear, remains clean and bright, with unmarked text, free of inscriptions and stamps. Cream dust jacket is untorn, with moderate shelfwear, a gentle long crease on the rear panel. -- Bozidar Jakac (1899-1989) was a Slovene Expressionist, Realist and Symbolist painter, printmaker, art teacher, photographer and filmmaker. He produced one of the most extensive oeuvres of pastels and oil paintings (landscapes, vedutas and portraits), drawings and, above all, prints in Slovenia. He was also one of the key organizers in the establishment of the Ljubljana Academy of Fine Arts and the International Biennal of Graphic Art in Ljubljana. [wikipedia] -- Contents: Editor's Introduction; Colour Plates; Guide to the Gallery; 1. Views on Jakac's Art Presented in the Gallery [Joze Kastelic: A Visit to the Jakac Gallery in Novo Mesto; Luc Menase: A Short Visit to the Jakac Gallery and Some Wishes Left Open; Nace Sumi: A Visit to the Gallery, a New Exceptional Art Collection]; 2. Presentation of the Dolenjska Region in the Jakac Gallery [Tone Pavcek: The Poetry of Dolenjska in Jakac's Landscapes; Barbara Jaki: Reflections on Jakac's Most Frequent Motifs of Novo Mesto; Stane Granda: Jakac's Work as a Source for the Study of the History of Slovenia and in particular of Novo Mesto]; 3. Characteristic Aspects of Jakac's Art [Ivan Sedej: Bozidar Jakac Between Tradition and Modern Art; Spelca Copic: Jakac's Pastel Landscape; Milcek Komelj: The Symbolism of Jakac's Motifs; A Word by the Artist]; Black and White Plates; 4. The Artist's Home and Family, Influences on His Personality and His Art [The Artist and His Immediate Family; The Artist's Hometown, the Dolenjska Region and His Homeland Slovenia; His Istrian Roots and Love of the Coastal Landscape; The Artist's Fellow-Countrymen; 'Spring in Novo Mesto', Artists, Public Figures]; 5. Artistic Development, Travels Around the World [The Beginnings, Schooling in Idrija, 1910-1917; Military Service in the First World War, 1917-1918; From the Spring After His Return from the Army to His Departure for Prague in November 1919; The Flowering of His Creativity in Prague, Visit to Berlin, 1919-1923; After His Return Home, Ljubljana 1924-; Paris, 1925; Tunisia, 1925, 1928; America, 1929-1931, 1958-1959; Norway, 1936, 1964; Italy, Elsewhere in Europe, 1926-1970; Meditations of His Later Years]; Pictures in Chronological Order; Appendix: A Collection of Jakac's Works with Motifs from the National Liberation War which the Artist Donated to the Dolenjska Museum and which are on Exhibition in the National Liberation Section of the Museum. Seller Inventory # 003300

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Jakac, Bozidar

Published by Galerija Hotela Dubrovnik, Zagreb (1982)

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About this Item: Galerija Hotela Dubrovnik, Zagreb, 1982. Soft Cover. Condition: Fine. No Jacket. 16 pages. Biographical data and diary entries in the form of letters addressing his wife. In Croatian language. Nice dedication on the first white page by Bozidar Jakac to Vera Vrcic. Signed by Artist. Exhibition Catalogue. Seller Inventory # 000233

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Jakac Grafika: Jakac, Bozidar

Jakac, Bozidar

Published by Moderna Galerija (1950)

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About this Item: Moderna Galerija, 1950. Hardback. Condition: Very Good. Moderna Galerija 1950 1st Edition. Folio. Bozidar Jakac is a Slovenian painter. Rare signed and dated copy by the artist. Text is Slovenian. Biographical insert in English. Beautiful artwork. Leather spine, cloth boards. Rubbing to spine and ends. Covers a little dust dulled. Binding is firm, text and images bright. A Very Good++ copy. DISPATCHED FROM THE UK WITHIN 24 HOURS ( BOOKS ORDERED OVER THE WEEKEND DISPATCHED ON MONDAY) BY ROYAL MAIL. ALL OVERSEAS ORDERS SENT BY AIR MAIL. Seller Inventory # mon0000530501

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Jakac, Bozidar

Published by Moderna Galerija, Ljubljani, Yugoslavia (1950)

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About this Item: Moderna Galerija, Ljubljani, Yugoslavia, 1950. Hardcover. Condition: Fine. No Jacket. Limited Edition. Limited to 3000 copies and protected by the original slipcase, the volume is signed by the artist. Includes a signed pamphlet titled: Dr. Stane Mikuz Grafika Bozidarja Jakca. The slipcase has browned and shows some wear. Fast shipping with free delivery confirmation. Inscribed by Author(s). Seller Inventory # 025042

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Zorman, Ivan

Published by Published by Author; Printed at Ameriska Domovina, Cleveland OH (1931)

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About this Item: Published by Author; Printed at Ameriska Domovina, Cleveland OH, 1931. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good-. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. Illustrated by Bozidar Jakac (illustrator). First Edition. Light spine sun, light cover rub, some check marks by poem titles and in margins, 1938 gift inscription on front free endpaper, otherwise light wear. Solid hardcover. ; Slovene language. Eight striking Bozidar Jakac woodcut illustrations. Pota Ljubezni (The Roads of Love) is Zorman's fourth self-published collection of poetry. "Zorman was unique among the American Slovene poets in that he was the only one to write about the thoughts and emotions of Slovene immigrants. According to Ivan Jontez, another poet, Zorman was the only 'true' Slovene poet among them, the only one to capture in his poetry the true essence of the American Slovene character." - Tina Creber; A Survey of American Slovene Literature, 1900-1945; thesis University of Ottawa 1976, page 46. Ivan Zorman spent nearly all of his life in the United States, and is considered the poet-laureate of American Slovenes. ; Woodcuts; 103, (2), (3) pages. Seller Inventory # 10395

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Novo Mesto: Jakac, Bozidar

Jakac, Bozidar

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About this Item: 1941. Bozidar Jakac (1899 - 1989), slovenski ekspresionist, realist, simbolisticki slikar i graficki umjetnik. Broj 63 od naklade 40+20+40. Velicina: 23x38,2 Cm + pune margine. Bakropis. Potpisano, datirano, numerirano, s posebnom posvetom i ponovljenim potpisom gospodinu Ignacu Hoggeu, poznatom zagrebackom kolekcionaru, s kojim je Bozidar Jakac imao prijateljski odnos. Posveta datirana: Bozic 1955. Mala, jedva vidljiva promjena boje papira u gornjem desnom uglu (1,5x1 cm). Uz ovu grafiku prilazemo studiju Stane Mikuz - Grafika Bozidarja Jakca s reprodukcijom ove grafike na drugoj stranici. ************************************ Bozidar Jakac (1899 - 1989), a Slovene Expressionist, Realist, a Symbolist painter and graphic artist. Number 63 out of the edition of 40+20+40. Size: 23x38,2 Cm + full margin. Etching. Signed, dated, numbered, with dedication and signed again to Mr. Ignac Hogge, a famous art collector from Zagreb, a friend of Jakac. Dedication dated in Christmas 1955. Small, barely visible change of paper colour in the upper right corner u (1,5x1 cm). together with this graphic, we enclose a study by Stane Mikuz - Grafika Bozidarja Jakca containing a reproduction of this graphic on 2nd page. Signed by Artist. Art and Original Art Work. Seller Inventory # 000601

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Bozidar JAKAC (1899 - 1989), Artist; Dr. Karl DOBIDA, Introduction.

Published by Ljubljana, Slovenia: Umetniska matica (1932)

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About this Item: Ljubljana, Slovenia: Umetniska matica, 1932. Small 4°, XXI pp. with illustrations within text, [41] with one full page colour image, and 80 b/w full-page images, printed from both sides, original linen with blind-stamped title, in original card slipcase (Very Good, mint condition, slipcase slightly scuffed on edges, Jakacís autograph on p. 4) An early monograph on Slovenian artist Bozidar Jakac in mint condition, from the artistís library. Signed copy. - This early monograph on one of the most famous Yugoslav artists of 20th century, was published in Ljubljana in 1932, when the artists was in his mid 30s. An extremely richly illustrated book for the time, shows his paintings, drawings , woodcuts, book illustrations and prints. The introduction was written by Dr. Karl (Karel) Dobida, a director of the National Gallery of Ljubljana. By that time Jakac was one of the most talented and versatile artists of Yugoslavia, receiving his education in Prague and Bremen. Beside his landscape painting, book illustration and prints he was also known as one of most influential portrait painters of 20th century. His portrait of the Slovenian poet France Preseren, made in 1940, became one of the emblematic rafigurations of the national poet. During WWII he joined the underground Partisan movement, producing prints for clandestine printing shops. In that time he made a drawing of Tito, which became an iconic drawing of the Yugoslavian leader. In 1965 Jakac was named the honorary academician of Accademia dell'Arte del Disegno in Florence and in 1982 a full member of European Academy of Arts, Sciences and Humanities in Paris. This copy, preserved in a mint condition, belonged to Jakac himself and bears his signature on page 4. Only three copies are known in institutions outside Slovenia. Seller Inventory # 65136

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Jakac, Bozidar

Published by Prag (1921)

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About this Item: Prag, 1921. Bozidar Jakac (1899 - 1989), slovenski ekspresionist, realist, simbolisticki slikar i graficki umjetnik. Velicina: 28,1x17,6 Cm + pune margine. Drvorez. Jedna od najznacajnijih jugoslavenskih grafika, ne samo u Sloveniji, nego i na podrucju cijele bivse drzave, muzejsko-galerijski primjerak. Potpisana, naslovljena i datirana, bez broja naklade. Lit: Jugoslavenska grafika, 1900-1950, Muzej savremene umetnosti, Beograd, 1978. Ova grafika reproducirana preko cijele stranice. Iz privatne zbirke Hogge, Zagreb. Prilazemo katalog Bozidar Jakac, Muzej II. zasjedanja AVNOJ-a, Drzavna zalozba Slovenije, Jajce, Ljubljana, 1968. Ilustracija br. 4 preko cijele stranice. ******************************** Size: 28,1x17,6 Cm + full margin. Woodcut. Bozidar Jakac (1899 - 1989), a Slovene Expressionist, Realist, a Symbolist painter and graphic artist. This is one of the most significant Yugoslav graphics, not only in Slovenia, but on the area of the whole former state, an item attractive for museums and galleries. Signed, titled and dated, without the edition number. Lit: Jugoslavenska grafika, 1900-1950, Muzej savremene umetnosti, Beograd, 1978. This graphic included as a full-page illustration. From the private Hogge collection, Zagreb. We anclose the catalogue: Bozidar Jakac, Muzej II. zasjedanja AVNOJ-a, Drzavna zalozba Slovenije, Jajce, Ljubljana, 1968. Illustration No. 4 over full-page. Signed by Artist. Seller Inventory # 000602

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