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VÁCHAL, JOSEF:

Published by Ca., (1925)

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From: Antiquariat im Schloss (Schwaigern, D, Germany)

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Item Description: Ca., 1925. Blatt: 7x6 cm. 1 Blatt. Mit Monogramm-Signatur in Bleistift unter dem Druck. Einfarbiger Linolschnitt. Gutes, wohl erhaltenes Exemplar. Signiert von Vachal. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 900. Bookseller Inventory # 79942

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VÁCHAL, JOSEF:

Published by Ca. 1920, (1925)

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Item Description: Ca. 1920, 1925. Schwarzer Linolschnitt. Gutes, wohl erhaltenes Exemplar. Mit Bleistift-Signatur des Künstlers. Josef Váchal lebte von 1884 bis 1969 in Tschechien und starb dort auch in Armut, da er sich nicht dem Kommunismus unterwerfen wollte. Er war Schriftsteller, Maler, Grafiker und Buchdrucker. ExLibris für Jiri Jiricka. Mit schwarzem Panther im Motiv. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 900 Format: 18 x 12 cm (Motiv). 12 x 6,5 cm (Blatt). Bookseller Inventory # 79873

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VÁCHAL, JOSEF:

Published by Ca. 1925, (1940)

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Item Description: Ca. 1925, 1940. Schwarzer Linolschnitt. Gutes Exemplar. Mit Bleistift-Signatur des Künstlers. Josef Váchal lebte von 1884 bis 1969 in Tschechien und starb dort auch in Armut, da er sich nicht dem Kommunismus unterwerfen wollte. Er war Schriftsteller, Maler, Grafiker und Buchdrucker. ExLibris für Vl. Jirickova. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 900 Format: 18 x 12 cm (Motiv). 12 x 6,5 cm (Blatt). Bookseller Inventory # 73552

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Josef Vachal MALIR NA FRONTE soca a: Vachal, Josef

Vachal, Josef

Published by Praha: Josef Vachal, 1929 (1929)

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Item Description: Praha: Josef Vachal, 1929, 1929. Soft cover. Book Condition: Fine. 1st Edition. 8° - 403pp - 42 original woodcuts and one linocut and 4 photo-reproductions. Josef Vachal (1872-1958) Great Czech printmaker, painter, poet and prose writer. The book was totally designed by Josef Vachal. First edition, printed on Holland-Japan paper, published in 300 copies of which the first 157 (our's N° 155) signed by Josef Vachal and Anna Mackova. Original boards (woodcut). The covesr with light staining of moisture, otherwise in Fine condition. Signed by Author(s). Bookseller Inventory # 297

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Josef Váchal. Dyrynk, Karel

Published by Sánka (ed. Non Multis, vol. 9) (1930)

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Item Description: Sánka (ed. Non Multis, vol. 9), 1930. Hardcover. Book Condition: Wie neu. 1. Auflage. Original paper-covered vellum binding, in the original protective calque and gray paper slipcase; 41, [3] pp. Very good. [A Bibliography of Typefaces by Josef Váchal]. A rare reference work which catalogs, illustrates, describes and analyzes the unique woodcut letter forms created for his artist books by the visionary Czech painter and graphic artist, Josef Váchal (1884-1969), who was profoundly influenced by esoteric and mystic thought. the essay by the noted typographer and book designer Karel Dyrynk (1876-1949) is accompanied by many full-page reproductions of Váchal's letters, including one page in black and red. This is copy no. 46 of only 60, signed by the author, printed on thick Zanders paper, and published by Arno Sá?ka, the Czech bibliographer of fine press editions. Sánka 3018. KVK, OCLC show only the copies at the British Library and Yale. Signatur des Verfassers. Bookseller Inventory # 4369

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Satanu. Básen. (Satan. A Poem): Carducci, Giosue; Váchal,

Carducci, Giosue; Váchal, Josef

Published by Prague: The artist (Vršovice: L.P.) (1926)

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Item Description: Prague: The artist (Vršovice: L.P.), 1926. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. 1st Edition. Published in an edition of 17 copies, this is a highly dramatic work illustrating the eponymous poem by Carducci (1835-1907), noted poet, historian and politician. SATANU is a magnificent work in large format (59 x 34 cm) with 11 full-page hand-colored woodcuts and 3 smaller linocuts, also in color. Váchal made the paper by hand, created the 1000 printed characters of his own making, and printed it in his studio in the Prague district of Vršovice. The book is signed in the colophon and numbered by three thumbprints and four fingerprints, making this the seventh copy. Váchal presents us with a series of visual meditations that are some of his strongest, including an abstraction with alchemical symbols and possibly one of the most remarkable busts of the Lord of Darkness in the frontispiece. The artist was a lover of fine literature and poetry, and Carducci provides ample catalytic power in his strong declaration of free thought and personal autonomy for the individual. This book was published in the period of what could be considered the zenith of Váchal’s output (1918-1933) and is one of his undisputed masterworks. This copy is unbound as issued. There is light offsetting as usual on the Title. This book was handmade by Váchal and, as was his general custom, issued in loose sheets to his buyers who would take it as is and have them bound if desired. Váchal did not normally bind his private printing, doing so in very few cases such as with the mammoth ŠUMAVA, and even then only three or four out of the full edition of eleven. Each of Váchal´s private works may be considered unique and differ from the works destined for larger publication which were normally bound and more consistent ---“larger” publications usually ran between 75 and 150 copies. Often one finds slight variations between one and another copy, just as his work was subject to spontaneous elements ad libitum. It is noted as a book production in the catalogue raisonné. This copy housed loose in a custom portfolio with embossed title. More photos available on request. References: JOSEF VÁCHAL, a catalogue raisonné. Prague: Argestea, 1994. Catalogue K20, page 457; illustrated pp. 331-333. Signed by Illustrator(s). Bookseller Inventory # 777

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