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Kolnik Arthur

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Item Description: Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. 1st Edition. Language: Hebrew. Bookseller Inventory # ABE-12388064960

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Tsanin, M. ; Arthur Kolnik; Herz Grossbard

Published by Tel-Aviv : Farlag--Di Mi Un Der Onsht?reng Fun M. Tsanin (1995)

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Item Description: Tel-Aviv : Farlag--Di Mi Un Der Onsht?reng Fun M. Tsanin, 1995. Hardcover. Original Cloth. 4to. 149, [10] pages (159 pages total) . 32 cm. Edition. In Yiddish. Illustrated by Arthur Kolnik (wood engravings) , with reproduction of his 'Herz Grossbarts Recitations-Gestalten: 12 Holzschnitte' from 1933 at rear. Hertz Grosbard was a famous reciter of modern yiddish literature. Arthur Kolnik was born in Stanislaviv (today Ivano-Frankovsk) , Ukraine in 1890. Jewish painter and printmaker. He studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow in the studio of Professor Joseph Mehoffer. The artist was mobilized to serve in the army during World War I. Exhibited in the United States of America in 1921. Upon return Kolnik settled in Chernivtsi. In 1931 the artist moved to Paris. There he worked as an illustrator. Tel Aviv Art Museum organized a major exhibition of works by Kolnik in 1968. Kolnik died in Paris in 1972. Subjects: Elocutionists - Biography. Jewish actors - Biography. Yiddish literature - Appreciation. Grosbard, Herz, 1892-1994. OCLC lists 21 copies. Light wear to boards. Great condition. (ART-23-42). Bookseller Inventory # 33503

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La légende du grand inquisiteur: DOSTOIEVSKI (F.M.) ;

DOSTOIEVSKI (F.M.) ; KOLNIK, Arthur [ILL.] ; RUBEL, Maximilien [ED.]

Published by Librairie de France, Paris (1946)

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Item Description: Librairie de France, Paris, 1946. Couverture rigide. Book Condition: Bon. Édition illustrée. In-4. En feuilles sous couverture rempliée, chemise, étui. Pièce de titre au dos chemise. 107 pages. Illustré pleine page et in texte par Arthur KOLNIK. Adaptation et postface de Maximilien RUBEL. Tiré à 700 exemplaires, l'un des 680 exemplaires sur crèvecoeur du Marais (ici n° 474). Serpentes conservées. Chemise légèrement fendue aux charnières. Etui et intérieur frais. Bookseller Inventory # LIT.DOS.170718

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Manger, Itzik / Kolnik, Arthur [Illustrations]

Published by Les Editions Polyglottes / Comité Itzik Manger ND, Paris

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Item Description: Les Editions Polyglottes / Comité Itzik Manger ND, Paris. LIMITED EDITION OF 750 COPIES. COPY No.308. RARE illustrated edition of modern Jewish poetry cycles based on the classic Bible stories by Itzik Manger (1901-1969) - a prominent Yiddish poet and playwright who in these poems anachronistically placed his characters in contemporary Eastern Europe. 192x140mm. 200 pages [+8]. Red leather Hardcover with gilt front cover and spine. Cover and spine rubbed and slightly stained. Cover corners and spine edges bumped. Spine wrinkled. Small stain on blank page before contents page - no damage to text. Small pen mark on front inner cover upper corner. Inner cover browning and slightly age-stained. Text block edges and pages browning. [SUMMARY]: This extremely rare illustrated Jewish poetry book is in good condition. The book is in : Yiddish. Bookseller Inventory # MB 06 17

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Kolnik, A. [Arthur] [Artist] / Peretz, I. L. [Isaac Leib] / Bickel, Shlomo [Intr.]

Published by A. Kolnik, Chennevières-sur-Marne, Paris (1948)

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Item Description: A. Kolnik, Chennevières-sur-Marne, Paris, 1948. RARE COPY No.52 of 200 copies SIGNED BY ARTIST - ARTHUR KOLNIK, printed on Lana paper (altogether were printed 1126 numbered copies, only 226 of them signed by artist). This album is the HEBREW version of a hasidic story by the great Yiddish writer Isaac Leib Peretz illustrated by the renowned Jewish painter and printmaker Arthur Kolnik (1890-1972) who was born in Stanislaviv (today Ivano-Frankovsk), Ukraine and studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow in the studio of Professor Joseph Mehoffer. After an exhibition in the United States of America in 1921 settled in Chernivtsi and moved to Paris in 1931 where he worked as illustrator. Tel Aviv Art Museum organized a major exhibition of his works in 1968. 320x240mm. 25 pages. 20 woodcuts. Unbound double sheets with softcover. Each woodcut protected by a layer of transparent foil. Red lettering on front cover. Cover yellowing and slightly dirty. Front cover detached from rear cover. Cover edges tattered. Whitepages yellowing/age-stained. Pages slightly yellowing. Woodcuts in mint condition. [SUMMARY]: This extremely rare copy of illustrated Jewish prose has sustained some external damage to cover, but is otherwise in very good condition. The book is in : Hebrew. Bookseller Inventory # MB 07 17

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Xt) Steinbarg, Eliezer; Kolnik, Arthur, Illustrator

Published by Tjernovits [Tshernovits, Czernowitz] (1936)

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Item Description: Tjernovits [Tshernovits, Czernowitz], 1936. Paperback. 1st Edition. Original Paper Wrappers. 8vo. 304 pages ; 23 cm. In Yiddish. Title translates into English as "Fairy Tales. " Includes 109 original modernist illustrations from Arthur Kolnik. "Eliezer Steinbarg (1880 –1932) was a Yiddish-school teacher and Yiddish poetic fabulist. He was born in Lipcani, Bessarabia and became a teacher in Bessarabia and Volhynia. In 1902 he became a Yiddish poet, but did not have his works published until after his death. [1] He taught Yiddish and Hebrew, wrote and directed children's plays and was an editor of Kultur, a Yiddish arts journal. He became a notable figure in the Yiddish culture of Romania, and his works were widely recited . His first published work ‘Mesholim, ’ a book of fables, didn't appear until shortly after his death, when it became a best seller. " (Wikipedia, 2017) This 1st Edition copy of Steinbarg’s fables is illustrated with 109 small original drawings by Arthur Kolnik, the widely-exhibited Polish painter who was friends with Reuven Rubin. First exhibited in the United States of America in 1921, his "Portrait de Itzig Manger" is currently held by the Jewish Museum. OCLC lists 14 copies worldwide. Wrappers are torn with some text effected. Internally very good condition. (ART-26-19). Bookseller Inventory # 38977

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DOSTOIEVSKI, F.M. und Arthur KOLNIK (Illustr.):

Published by Paris, Librairie de France, (1946)

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Item Description: Paris, Librairie de France, 1946. 107 S. Mit 20 farbigen Radierungen von Arthur Kolnik (8 davon ganzseitig). Kassette an den Rändern berieben, sonst sehr gut erhalten. Umschlag restauriert (angesetzt). Sprache: Französisch Gewicht in Gramm: 900 28,5 cm. x 20 cm. Lose Bogen in kartoniertem Original-Umschlag, in Original-Pappkassette mit Buntpapierbezug und goldgeprägtem Rückenschild (schwarzes Wildleder) auf dem inneren Schuber. Nr.380 von 680 num.Expl.(auf Crevecoeur du Marais). Bookseller Inventory # 12001

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Item Description: 1936. Book Condition: VG. Paris 1936 Ars. Les Artistes Juif series. In French. Limited to 1000 copies. Avant-propos de Henri Barbusse. 12mo., short text, reproductions de Gravures sur bois (printed on rectos only), original printed wraps. VG, light wear. Scarce. Bookseller Inventory # a63506

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Item Description: Paris, Abécé 1948., 1948. Eines von 1000 num. Expl. auf Offsetpapier (Gesamtaufl.: 1126). Graphisches Hauptwerk des polnisch-jüdischen Künstlers (1890-1972). 4°. 26 Doppelbl. mit 20 ganzseitigen Holzschnitten. Haupttitel und Initialen in Rotdruck. Franz. Brosch. in Orig.-Pappmappe. Bookseller Inventory # JUDA1163

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Isaac Leib Peretz et Arthur Kolnik

Published by Arthur Kolnik (1948)

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Item Description: Arthur Kolnik, 1948. Couverture rigide. Book Condition: Très bon. Pas de jaquette. Edition originale. Chennevières-sur-Marne, Arthur Kolnik, éditeur, 1948 – Broché, sous couverture rempliée, 25 cm x 32 cm, 200 pages - Tirage en français, yiddish et hébreu à 1126 exemplaires, celui-ci en français sur offset numéroté (N° 425). Texte adapté du Yiddish par Maximilien Rubel - Edition illustrée par Arthur Kolnik de 20 gravures sur bois inspirées par le conte hassidique de Isaac Leib Peretz - Très bon état - I.L. Peretz (1852-1915) fut un écrivain et dramaturge de langue yiddish. Il est considéré comme un classique pour son rôle pionnier dans l'émergence d'une littérature yiddish. Arthur Kolnik (1890-1972) découvrit la littérature yiddish en 1915 et illustra des contes d'Eliezer Steinberg. Il fut exposé aux Etats-Unis dès 1920. Installé en France en 1931, il dessina pour des journaux de mode et collabora après-guerre à la revue "Nos artistes.". Bookseller Inventory # SB23220

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Perets, Y. L.; Arthur Kolnik

Published by Paris (1948)

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Item Description: Paris, 1948. Softcover. Book Condition: g. Limited Edition. 1/1126. Inscribed by author. Folio. 25 leaves, plus 20 woodcut plates. Tissue paper guards. Original paper wrappers bound in cloth folder. Complete with slipcase. A collection of short stories by the 19th century Yiddish writer Y. L. Perets dealing with Hasidim. This special edition was made using Lana paper and includes numerous woodcuts depicting Jewish life in Eastern Europe. Introduction by Solomon Bickel. Signed and inscribed by Arthur Kolnik on the limited edition page. Text in Yiddish. Slipcase cracked. Folder bowed. Overall in good+ condition. Bookseller Inventory # 33337

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A Gilgul Fun a Nign [SIGNED]; Metamorphoses: Peretz, Isaac L.

Peretz, Isaac L. ; Arthur Kolnik (illus.)

Published by Arthur Kolnik, Paris (1948)

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Item Description: Arthur Kolnik, Paris, 1948. Hardcover. Book Condition: g. Limited edition of 226 copies on Lana paper. No. 51. Folio. [5], 25 pp., 20 pl. [4]. Portfolio resting in tan cardboard slipbox with gold lettering on spine. Book cover with red text, protected by glassine, as issued. Titlepage in red and black block lettering. Twenty plates of beautiful black and white woodcuts by Arthur Kolnik protected by tissue overlay. Personal inscription by the artist, "Dem lieben Anton Schatzberger in alter Freundschaft, Paris, Dezember 1949", on limited edition page. The woodcuts in Metamorphosis of a melody are inspired by the tales of the Yiddish language author and playwright, Isaac Leib Peretz. Peretz colorfully describes the richness of melodies in Chassidic culture and the transformation of those melodies seeking not only a tune, but the soul of a melody and a shift of Jewish culture within the metamorphosis of chassidism, when Jews increasingly left their traditional Shtetl. Peretz (1852 - 1915) grew up in an polish-orthodox family with a mostly private religious education, in addition he acquired secular knowledge, such as Russian, German, Polish and taught himself French. He began to write poetry, tales and songs in Hebrew. When he became a private lawyer (1878) and settled to live in Warsaw, he started to publish a Yiddish periodical, The Nightingale, which soon became the literary cultural centre of Yiddish Warsaw. Kolnik, a Ukrainian born artist, was a Jewish painter and printmaker. He exhibited his work in the U.S in 1921, and later the Tel Aviv Art Museum "organized a major exhibition" of his work in 1968 (Ecole de Paris). Tearing along edges of slipcase and glassine paper. Slight toning on half-title page. Slipcase in fair condition. Folder and interior in good condition. Text in Yiddish. Bookseller Inventory # 34270

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Varios

Published by Pan, Buenos Aires, Argentina (1935)

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Item Description: Pan, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1935. Encuadernación de tapa dura. Book Condition: Muy Bien. Spilimbergo, roberto, George gorsz, Renau, Lopez Claro, Dante Quinterno, Scotti, Arthur Kolnik,Pascual Güida, Bagaría y varios más (illustrator). 1¿ Edición. Revista Pan, Buenos Aires, Argentina, nº1 agosto de 1935 al nº 152, junio 1938, (faltan nºs 118 al 130), encuadernados en 3 tomos formato grande tabloide hasta el nº52, (29 X 44 cms.) y luego 7 tomos en el formato más chico.(17 x29 cms.) Esta revista como su susbtítulo dice es una "Síntesis de toda Idea Mundial" recuperada en diferentes artículos de diarios y revistas de todo el mundo, simepre con una tendencia humanística decididamente anti fascista y antinazi en estos años antecedentes de la 2ª Guerra Mundial. Muy ilustrada por los mejores ilustradores y caricaturístas del mundo, algunos, luego, consagradas artistas. Muy buen estado encuadernados en 10 tomos. Bookseller Inventory # 003492

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UNDZERE FARPAINIKTE (farpaynikte) KINSTLER NOS ARTISTES MARTYRS: Fenster, Hersh (1893-1964).

Fenster, Hersh (1893-1964). Forward by Marc Chagall (1887-1985)

Published by Hersh Fenster. Printer: Abece, 11, rue Louis-Blanc, Paris., Paris, France (1951)

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Item Description: Hersh Fenster. Printer: Abece, 11, rue Louis-Blanc, Paris., Paris, France, 1951. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. Kolnik, Arthur (1890-1972) (illustrator). 262. [2] pages. Limited edition of 375 copies. In Yiddish. With illustrations, facsimiles, portraits. Bookseller Inventory # 008495

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