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Kozma, Lajos (Kiskorpad 1884-1948, ungar. Exlibriskünstler)

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Gyorgyi Denes, Hultl Dezso, Irsy Laszlo, Kozma Lajos

Published by Budapest: Kiadja Budai Istvan (1938)

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Item Description: Budapest: Kiadja Budai Istvan, 1938. Book Condition: Good. *Price HAS BEEN temporarily reduced by 10% until Monday, Aug. 21. Order now for BEST SAVINGS* 160 pp., Rebound in cloth (Hardcover), ex library, else text clean and binding tight. Photos available upon request. Bookseller Inventory # ZB1006571

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Hét mese. (Seven Tales.): Balázs, Béla

Balázs, Béla

Published by Kner Izidor, Gyoma (1918)

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Item Description: Kner Izidor, Gyoma, 1918. Cover and illustrations by Lajos Kozma. (illustrator). First edition. Cover and illustrations by Lajos Kozma. First edition. In Publisher's, illustrated wrappers. 200, (8) p. Printed by the Kner private press. The book was published in German in 1921 (Sieben Märchen; Rikola). Béla Balázs (1884-1949) was a Hungarian-Jewish film critic and aesthete, also a writer and poet. He is known as the the librettist of Béla Bartók's "Bluebeard's Castle" and the writer of the scenario for Bartók's ballet "The Wooden Prince". Lajos Kozma (1884-1948) beside being one of the chief Hungarian architects and interior designers of the first half of the 20th century was also a graphic artist and book illustrator. His architectural early works were created in Art Nouveau style but later, through Art Deco, he found his way to the International Modernism. Slightly chipped at edges. Occasional foxing. With a small stain on rear cover. Overall in very good condition. In Publisher's, illustrated wrappers. Bookseller Inventory # 689

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Vitéz, Miklós; [Kozma, Lajos (illustrator)]

Published by Világosság, Budapest (1911)

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Item Description: Világosság, Budapest, 1911. Designed by Lajos Kozma. (illustrator). First edition. Designed by Lajos Kozma. First edition. In publisher's illustrated wrappers. 99, (1) p. Lajos Kozma's Art Nouveau cover. Lajos (Ludwig) Kozma (1884-1948) was one of the chief Hungarian architects and interior designers of the first half of the 20th century, he is also known for his graphic designs and book illustrations. His early works were created in Art Nouveau style but later, through Art Deco, he found his way to the International Modernism. Uncut. Wrappers artistically restored. Overall in fine condition. In publisher's illustrated wrappers. Bookseller Inventory # 1035

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Die Neuen Arbeiten von Architekt Ludwig Kozma: Háy, Gyula; (Kozma,

Háy, Gyula; (Kozma, Lajos)

Published by Julius Hoffmann, Stuttgart (1930)

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Item Description: Julius Hoffmann, Stuttgart, 1930. In original green paper. Book Condition: In fine condition. With numerous photographic reproductions of Kozma's interiors, buildings, plans and furniture. (illustrator). With numerous photographic reproductions of Kozma's interiors, buildings, plans and furniture. First edition. Presentation copy, inscribed to Alexander (Sándor) Lénárd. In original green paper. (26) p. Lajos (Ludwig) Kozma (1884-1948) was a graphic artist, designer and architect in modernist and art deco style. His furniture designs were published in several magazines and books, among others in Alexander Koch's Innendekoration and in Neue Werkkunst by F. E. Hübsch Verlag (Möbel und Raumkunst von Ludwig Kozma mit einer Einleitung von Ernst Kállai, 1926), his graphic designs in Gutenberg Jahrbuch. Alexander Lénárd (1910-1972) was a Hungarian born physician, writer, translator, painter, musician and poet, lived in Brazil. Best known as the Latin translator of A. A. Milne's Winnie the Pooh (Winnie Ille Pu). First edition. Presentation copy, inscribed to Alexander (Sándor) Lénárd. Bookseller Inventory # 333

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BAL?ÅZS, B?âLA / KOZMA, LAJOS (Ill.):

Published by 1918 (1918)

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Item Description: 1918, 1918. 16mo. Size: 10 x 13.5 cm. Pp. 59. With six full-page coloured plates. Publisher's pictorial boards, cloth spine, rubbed. Some leaves with small corner loss. First edition of this unusual Hungarian children's book illustrated by Lajos Kozma in a characteristic Art Nouveau style. The book was issued by Kner Publishing House as one of a series of three children's books, of which another one is Anna Lezsnai's "Mese a b??torok??l".B? la Bal?°zs was a Hungarian - Jewish film critic, writer and poet. He was the writer of the scenario for Bart??k's ballet "The Wooden Prince". Lajos Kozma was one of the foremost Hungarian architects and interior designers of the early 20th century. He joined "The Young Ones" a group of architects influenced by the "Vienna Secession". His early works were created in Art Nouveau style but later, through Art Deco, he found his way to the International Modernism. Bookseller Inventory # 120337

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Megfagyott muzsikus 1906. [Frozen Musician 1906.]: Janszky, Béla; Kozma,

Janszky, Béla; Kozma, Lajos; Tátray, Lajos

Published by Pátria, Budapest (1906)

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Item Description: Pátria, Budapest, 1906. With numerous text illustrations, many by Kozma. Title page, initials head and tail pieces also by him. Many of the illustrations coloured and one mounted. (illustrator). With numerous text illustrations, many by Kozma. Title page, initials head and tail pieces also by him. Many of the illustrations coloured and one mounted. First edition. Limited. One of 300 numbered copies. Japanese-bound. In publisher's wrappers, with illustrated title vignette by Lajos Kozma. 50 p. Art Nouveau Yearbook of the students of architecture at the Royal Joseph Technical University. With many illustrations by Lajos Kozma and his fellows at the university artist group "Fiatalok" (Youth), a circle of architects who were studied the Hungarian folklore and combined its motives and ornaments with the characteristics of Art Nouveau and the style of the Wiener Werksätte. The first number was published in 1898 by Jen? Kismarty-Lechner, later Lajos Kozma, Károly Kós and the Bauhausler Farkas Molnár were also among the editors and illustrators. Some folded pages are trimmed. Paper yellowed due to ageing. First 2 leaves somewhat dusted at lower right corner. Binding artistically restored. Overall in very good condition. Japanese-bound. In publisher's wrappers, with illustrated title vignette by Lajos Kozma First edition. Limited. One of 300 numbered copies. Bookseller Inventory # 897

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Floris" Bonbon Box: Kozma, Lajos

Kozma, Lajos

Published by [Hungary] (1930)

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Item Description: [Hungary], 1930. Original, vintage bonbon box. Cardboard covered with printed paper. 150 × 90 × 45 mm. Bonbonnerie Floris was a famous chocolate maker of Budapest. The distinctive design of its boxes, red and gold paper with an all-over pattern, was created by Lajos Kozma, who made pioneer work in modern packing. Lajos Kozma (1884-1948) was one of the chief Hungarian architects and interior designers of the first half of the 20th century, he is also known for his graphic designs and book illustrations. His early works were created in Art Nouveau style but later, through Art Deco, he found his way to the International Modernism. Slightly rubbed at edges. Overall in very good condition. Original, vintage bonbon box. Cardboard covered with printed paper. Bookseller Inventory # 967

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Four Photographs of Lajos Kozma Interiors: Kozma, Lajos (Ludwig);

Kozma, Lajos (Ludwig); Seidler Zoltán

Published by Hungary (1925)

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Item Description: Hungary, 1925. Four original, vintage, black and white photos of interiors, designed by Lajos Kozma. Photographer: Zoltán Seidler. Two with stamp on verso and two with handwritten instructions about re-exposure. Various sizes: 90-115 × 150-175 mm. Lajos Kozma (1884-1948) was one of the chief Hungarian architects and interior designers of the first half of the 20th century. His early works were created in Art Nouveau style but later, through Art Deco, he found his way to the International Modernism. These interiors were designed in the latter style. With: Koch, Alexander Innen-Dekoration. April Heft, 1929. (Ludwig Kozma Number.) Darmstadt, 1929. Alexander Koch. (4), 153-187, (1) p. First edition. In publisher's, illustrated wrappers. Spine worn. In good condition. Special number dedicated entirely to the works of Lajos Kozma. With numerous photographic reproductions, showing his interior designs, furniture and buildings, many full page and one coloured. A corner of one image damaged, otherwise all in fine condition. Four original, vintage, black and white photos of interiors, designed by Lajos Kozma. Photographer: Zoltán Seidler. Two with stamp on verso and two with handwritten instructions about re-exposure. Bookseller Inventory # 544

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Talalkozás Hamupipökével: Béla Révész (Lajos

Béla Révész (Lajos Kozma illus)

Published by Budapest: Singer és Wolfner (1909)

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Item Description: Budapest: Singer és Wolfner, 1909. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. (Meeting Cinderella. New novelettes by Béla Révész with drawings by Lajos Kozma). Folio 31 x 22.5 cm, two vols.,decorated boards, 158, 72pp. Book cover, interior decorations and page design by Lajos Kozma. Hungary, as the theoretical half of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, began to participate vigorously in the Viennese secessionist movement by 1900 with distinctive achievements in the decorative arts, architecture and design. Produced in the peak of the era, this is a fine production with the particular flavor of the movement that sets Hungarian secessionism apart. Volume I provides the text with uncials by Kozma and the second volume consists of thirty full-page zincographs by him, plus an additional two as frontispieces for each volume. Kozma (1884-1948) first acquired fame for his visual gifts as a book artist before his renowned achievements as an advanced architect and designer of the 20s and 30s. These images, while clearly indebted to Klimt, are the work of an original talent. Béla Révész (1876-1944) was a journalist and author, close friend of and highly influenced by poet Endre Ady. Sharing Ady’s point of view, he broke with the traditional structure of the novel with Expressionist naturalism. The present work, „Meeting Cinderella,” an erotic fantasy in a series of novelettes, precedes his later focus of working-class proletarian struggle and a socialist vision. A sumptuous production, this copy is one of the 500 on decorated boards. This copy very good plus. Signed by Révész with a dedication. Worldcat finds four copies in North American libraries. Signed by Author(s). Bookseller Inventory # 3310

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Utolsó ábrándok. Melódiák. [Last Dreams. Melodies.]: Kozma, Lajos; [Varjas,

Kozma, Lajos; [Varjas, Sándor]

Published by (Világosság nyomda), (Budapest) (1908)

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Item Description: (Világosság nyomda), (Budapest), 1908. With 13 full page illustrations, an illustrated title page and initial for the essay, and printer's device by Lajos Kozma. (illustrator). With 13 full page illustrations, an illustrated title page and initial for the essay, and printer's device by Lajos Kozma. First edition, numbered. Limited edition, up to 300 numbered copies. In publisher's illustrated covers with illustrated semi-pastedowns. Bound with four blue silk bands. (24) leaves. Lajos Kozma's Art Nouveau portfolio with 13 full page drawings. Kozma's early and scarce collection of Art Nouveau drawings, that he published soon after his graduation as an architect. During his years at university he joined the group "Fiatalok" (Youth) a circle of architects who were studied the Hungarian folklore and combined its motives and ornaments with the characteristics of Art Nouveau and the style of the Wiener Werksätte. This album is one of the finest examples of this special, Hungarian-Art Nouveau style. Kozma later turned to Art Déco and Modernism, his path could be followed through his wide-ranging works as an architect, designer and graphic artist. The portfolio concludes with and essay about the Symbol by Sándor Varjas, the progressive Hungarian philosopher. Scarce, WorldCat locates only one copy in institutional holdings. Old ownership inscription and stamp on first leaf. Browned due to ageing. Some pages slightly discoloured. Binding artistically restored. Overall in fine condition. In publisher's illustrated covers with illustrated semi-pastedowns. Bound with four blue silk bands First edition, numbered. Limited edition, up to 300 numbered copies. Bookseller Inventory # 860

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