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Conde, Miguel]:

Published by Stuttgart, manus presse. (1976)

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About this Item: Stuttgart, manus presse., 1976. Folio. 41 x 29 cm. Unpaginiert. 8 Blatt. Original-Karton. (= Konzepte 20/1976. Herausgegeben von der manus presse). 1. Auflage. 1000 Exemplare. Mit zahlreichen Illustrationen. Gutes bis sehr gutes Exemplar. First edition. 1000 copies. With many illustrations. Fine copy. Seller Inventory # 35744AB

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miguel logrono text spanisch

Published by galerie juana mordo madrid (1982)

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About this Item: galerie juana mordo madrid, 1982. Softcover. Condition: Gut. Ohne Schutzumschlag. 1. Auflage. etwa 30 seiten, fast durchgehend mit abbildungen, buchgröße 18,5 x 25,5 cm. Seller Inventory # ABE-16475978263

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Published by Galerie Pudelko, Bonn (1985)

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About this Item: Galerie Pudelko, Bonn, 1985. Broschur Geheftet. Condition: Gut. Dust Jacket Condition: Kein Schutzumschlag. Erste Auflage. zwei ausstellungsbroschüren von ausstellungen in der galerie pudelko, bonn; I.: dezember 1983 - januar 1984, 20 seiten II.: november 1985 - februar 1986, 32 seiten, 850 exemplare; gute und saubere exemplare; Seller Inventory # 001605

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ART]. CONDE, Miguel

Published by (Galerie Pudelko),, (Bonn): (1980)

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About this Item: (Galerie Pudelko),, (Bonn):, 1980. [ART]. (CONDE, Miguel). MIGUEL CONDE: Oktober-Dezember 1980. Small octavo, printed wrappers, [20] pages, illustrated (reproducing, in color and black & white, art work by Miguel Conde). Base of spine and lower edge of covers are lightly bumped (causing slight creasing to covers and text), else a very good copy, with the text and illustrations bright and clean; erratum slip laid into book. First edition, exhibition catalogue (text in German). Seller Inventory # 52858

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ART]. (CONDE, Miguel).

Published by Galeria Juana Mordo,, (Madrid: (1980)

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About this Item: Galeria Juana Mordo,, (Madrid:, 1980. First edition, exhibition catalogue,. [ART]. (CONDE, Miguel). MIGUEL CONDE. text in Spanish. Small quarto, pictorial wrappers, [12] pages, stapled, illustrated (reproducing, in color, art work by Miguel Conde). Contains one paragraph of text by Juana N. de Mordo. Scarce [OCLC locates only three copies]. Miguel Conde, of Mexican heritage, was born in Pittsburgh, but lived in Spain and France in his adult life. Staples are quite rusted, slight crease on rear cover, else a near fine, bright copy. . Seller Inventory # 53885

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ART]. (CONDE, Miguel).

Published by Galerie Pudelko,, Bonn: (1985)

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About this Item: Galerie Pudelko,, Bonn:, 1985. [ART]. (CONDE, Miguel). MIGUEL CONDE: Bilder, Zeichnungen, Gouachen 1984-85. November 1985 - February 1986. [text in German]. Octavo, green printed wrappers, [36] pages, illustrated (reproducing, in color, and in black and white, art work by Miguel Conde). Prints two essays about Miguel Conde by Michel Croce-Spinelli. Scarce [OCLC locates only three copies]. A fine, bright copy. First edition, exhibition catalogue, limited to 850 copies. Seller Inventory # 53886

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CONDÉ, MIGUEL.

Published by Scottish Arts Council., Edinburgh (1976)

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About this Item: Scottish Arts Council., Edinburgh, 1976. Paperback. Condition: Very Good. First edition. Original poster for the exhibtion, folded twice. One b/w image. 510x380mm. Light handling creases. Seller Inventory # 019704

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ART]. (CONDE, Miguel). NURIDSANY, Michel

Published by Galerie Lacouriere Frelaut,, Paris: (1988)

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About this Item: Galerie Lacouriere Frelaut,, Paris:, 1988. [ART]. (CONDE, Miguel). MIGUEL CONDE (Exposition 23 Fevrier 26 Mars 1988). Preface de Michel Nuridsany. Quarto, printed wrappers, [32] pages, illustrated (reproducing, in color, and in black and white, art work by Miguel Conde). Contains a three-page preface by Michel Nuridsany. A near fine copy; price-list of paintings by Miguel Conde, offered by the Gallery, laid into book [single 4to sheet, printed on recto only]. First edition, exhibition catalogue, text in French. Seller Inventory # 53287

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CONDE, Miguel

Published by Ministerio de Cultura, Direccion General de Bellas Artes y Archivos, Madrid, Spain (1984)

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About this Item: Ministerio de Cultura, Direccion General de Bellas Artes y Archivos, Madrid, Spain, 1984. First edition. Hardcover. Text in Spanish. Includes numerous black and white and some color illustrations. A near fine copy in white string tied boards that have some slight wear. Issued without dust jacket. Seller Inventory # 119647

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Published by Ajuntament de Sitges, Sitges (2007)

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About this Item: Ajuntament de Sitges, Sitges, 2007. Rústica. Condition: Como Nuevo. 1ª Edición. Contiene dedicatoria del artista a su anterior dueño Los gastos de envío son calculados para un peso inferior a 2 kg superandose este peso le informaremos de los gastos adicionales. El envío contrareembolso conlleva un recargo de 3¿. Seller Inventory # 010726

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El Conde de Miguel de Chinchon Virrey: Muzquiz de Miguel,

Muzquiz de Miguel, Jose Luis

Published by Universidad de Savilla, Madrid (1945)

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About this Item: Universidad de Savilla, Madrid, 1945. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. 334 pages with facsimile reproductions (one folding). Octavo (8 1/2" x 6 1/4") bound in original publisher's brown cloth with gilt lettering to spine with blind stamped decoration to cover. Publications of the School of Study of Hispano-Americanos of the University of Sevilla, Number XVIII, Monograph Series number 5. First edition limited to 1000 copies. Luis Jerónimo Fernández de Cabrera Bobadilla Cerda y Mendoza, 4th Count of Chinchón (1589 in Madrid – October 28, 1647 in Madrid) was a Spanish nobleman and captain general and Viceroy of Peru, from January 14, 1629 to December 18, 1639. His wife, Ana de Osorio (1599–1625), is credited as being one of the first Europeans to be treated with quinine, and as the person who introduced that medicine into Europe. He became viceroy of Peru in 1629. During his government, he suppressed an insurrection of the Uru and Araucano Indians. He also sent out the third expedition to explore the Amazon River, under Cristóbal de Acuña. (It was part of the return leg of the expedition of Pedro Teixeira.) He expanded the colonial navy and fortified the port of Callao. Among his other official acts were the prohibition of direct trade between Peru and New Spain and the persecution of Portuguese Jews, the principal traders in Lima. He also founded two chairs of medicine in the University of San Marcos. Condition: Corners bumped, light extremity wear, back inner hinge beginning else a very good copy lacking jacket. Seller Inventory # BOOKS006363

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About this Item: Lisbon, Na Regia Officina Typografica, 1781., 1781. 8°, nineteenth century (ca. 1840) quarter sheep over marbled boards (some wear, especially at head of spine, corners; upper outer joint split at top third), flat spine with gilt lettering at center, romantic motif above and below, marbled endleaves (front free endleaf gone), Woodcut Portuguese royal arms on title page. Woodcut initial. Typographical head- and tailpieces. A bit of light dampstaining at lower outer margins. In good to very good condition. (8 ll.), 555, (1) pp., folding leaf titled "Laborinto". The folding leaf meant to be bound after p. 180 has been misbound at the end. *** Second edition of a work first published in 1607. Innocêncio states that while the first edition is esteemed for its rarity, the second is preferable because it is more correct and has editorial additions. This 1781 edition was edited by Father Joaquim de Foyos, who supplied an original and interesting preface, occupying the second through fifth preliminary leaves. The sixth through eighth preliminary leaves contain the preface to the original edition by Domingos Fernandes, including a longer poem in Portuguese on the seventh leaf and the eighth leaf recto. A curious sonnet on the eighth preliminary leaf verso has the first four lines in Latin, the next four in Italian, the next three in Spanish, and the final three in Portuguese.Lusitania transformada, a work of pastoral literature, is written in both prose and verse. The narrative centers on the peripatetic travels of Olívio, who is on a quest to find a locus amoenus, or place of ideal beauty and perfection. He travels through Portugal?s colonies and other places where there was a Portuguese presence, including Goa, Japan, China, southeast Asia, and Ethiopia. The bucolic romance, a Hellenistic literary genre, was reinvigorated in the early sixteenth century with the publication of Sannazzaro?s Arcádia (1502-1504). Pastoralism?s sustained popularity, thanks to the Diana of Jorge de Montemôr, paved the way for this author, whose work can be classified as pastoral, but which also incorporates mannerist, baroque, and "cavalieresco" elements - similar to some works of Cervantes and Lope de Vega. Alvarez do Oriente employs a variety of literary devices that enhance the narrative, e.g., word plays, rhymes structured in dactyls, labyrinths, and polyglot sonnets composed in Latin, Italian, French, Spanish, and Portuguese. The book also includes 81 poems written in Italian meter. Lusitania transformada is divided into three books, which are then subdivided into prosas.Alvarez do Oriente loosely follows the models provided by pastoral literature, but diverges from the Greco-Roman tradition in his replacement of a European Arcadia with a distinctively Asian one. He incorporates considerable botanical and anthropological detail, informed by his travels through North Africa, the Persian Gulf and Arabian Sea, India, Indonesia China, and Japan. Aside from its literary merit, Lusitania transformada provides stunning descriptions of the flora and fauna of South and East Asia, as well as the customs and style of dress of its inhabitants. Also included are references to political corruption in Goa and incisive critiques of Portuguese society. Lusitania Transformada is a work of epic proportions, incorporating themes of morality, love, patriotism, and religion. Alvarez do Oriente has been praised by critics for his fluid, imaginative writing style. But perhaps more importantly, this is among the earliest works after Camões?s Os Lusíadas (1572) that incorporated the early Portuguese encounters with Asia into a literary context. The author was a contemporary of Camões, and the two authors have much in common. There has been speculation that works attributed to Alvarez do Oriente are really by Camões, and vice versa. In his preface to the present edition, Father Foyos cast aspersions on the literary reputation of Barbosa Machado, author of the monumental four-volume Bibliotheca Lusitana. Serra Xavier, godson of on. Seller Inventory # 38294

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Obras do Doutor Duarte Ribeiro de Macedo: MACEDO, Duarte Ribeiro

MACEDO, Duarte Ribeiro de.

Published by Lisbon, Na Officina de Antonio Isidoro da Fonseca á custa de Manoel da Conceição, livreiro, 1743. (1743)

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About this Item: Lisbon, Na Officina de Antonio Isidoro da Fonseca á custa de Manoel da Conceição, livreiro, 1743., 1743. 2 volumes in 1. 4°, nineteenth-century (ca. 1825-1840) half tan calf over pebbled cloth (some wear at corners), spine with raised bands in five compartments, gilt bands and lettering, text block edges marbled, green silk place marker. Upper margin rather short, causing the word "Obras" in the table of contents for volume I to be just touched. Nevertheless, in very good condition, almost fine. (8 ll.), 329, (1) pp., (1 blank l.); (8 ll.), 357 pp., (1 l.). Leaf A1 in volume II (apparently blank, canceled and replaced by the table of contents leaf following leaf A4). *** FIRST EDITION of Ribeiro de Macedo's collected works. A second edition appeared in Lisbon, 1767. Volume I contains his ambassadorial reports from France, several essays on the political relations between Portugal, France and Spain, and a panegyric on the Nemours family. Volume II contains a genealogy and biography of D. Henrique de Portugal, a translation entitled "Aristippo, ou Homem de Corte, escrito na lingua franceza por Monsieur de Balsac," political advice drawn from Italian and Latin authors, comments on Juan de Mariana's History of Spain, a biography of the Empress Theodora, two essays on political philosophy and numerous poems.Volume II is dedicated to D. Lazaro Leitão Aranha, Principal da Santa Igreja de Lisboa.Duarte Ribeiro de Macedo (1618?-1680) was an advisor to D. Pedro II and served as Ambassador to France for nine years, during which he observed Colbert's promotion of industry there. Upon his return, in an attempt to end the economic crisis in Portugal, he outlined a plan for industrial growth, favoring the development of national crafts for export as a way of obtaining gold and balancing external trade. His excellent suggestions for industrialization were discarded when the discovery of gold in Minas Geraes provided a temporary solace for Portugal's economic ills. Ribeiro de Macedo is considered one of the classic Portuguese writers, in fact one of the greatest prose writers in the history of the language. "Occupa um logar mui pouco; mas o que d'elle temos foi o que bastou para os criticos lhe daram logar entre os classicos de primeira nota" (Innocêncio).*** Innocêncio II, 215-6: without collation. Azevedo-Samodães 2813 (with one less preliminary leaf in volume II). Avila-Perez 6535. Monteverde 4569: calling for xv, 357 pp. in volume II. Not in Ameal. Pinto de Mattos (1970) pp. 538-9. On Ribeiro de Macedo, see Hanson, Economy and Society in Baroque Portugal pp. 126-37. NUC: DLC, CU, MH, IaU. Seller Inventory # 23438

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MAALOUF (Amin).

Published by Les Cent Une, Paris (2005)

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About this Item: Les Cent Une, Paris, 2005. In-4 oblong, en feuilles, couverture imprimée (emboîtage de léditeur).Edition originale du livret de lopéra Adriana Mater dAmin Maalouf mis en scène par Kaija Saariaho à lOpéra Bastille le 30 mars 2006. Elle est illustrée de 5 gravures en taille-douce en couleurs de Miguel Condé, dont 3 hors- texte et 2 sur double page. Tirage unique limité à 138 exemplaires numérotés sur vélin dArches, signés par lauteur et lartiste. Seller Inventory # 37417

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Instrucçam, que o Conde de Vimioso .: PORTUGAL, José Miguel

PORTUGAL, José Miguel Joao de, 9º Conde de Vimioso, 3º Marques de Valença.

Published by Lisbon, Na Officina de Miguel Rodrigues, Impressor do Eminentissimo Senhor Cardeal Patriarcha, 1741. (1741)

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About this Item: Lisbon, Na Officina de Miguel Rodrigues, Impressor do Eminentissimo Senhor Cardeal Patriarcha, 1741., 1741. 8°, contemporary calf (extremities worn), spine gilt with raised bands in five compartments, red morocco lettering piece in second compartment from head (defective in top and much of bottom compartments), edges sprinkled red. Attractively printed on excellent quality paper with nice woodcut head- and tailpieces and woodcut initials. Internally very fine. Overall in very good condition. Contemporary inscription scored at top of recto of front free endleaf. Slightly later ownership inscription below of António Lourenço Saldanha. (11 ll., 1 blank l.), 93 pp., (1 blank l.). *** FIRST EDITION; it appeared again in 1744 and 1745. The ninth Conde de Vimioso instructs his son by giving a biography of each of the first seven condes. The first conde (created by a Carta Regia of 1515), an illegitimate son of D. Afonso, Bishop of Évora, participated in the conquest of North Africa. The second Conde de Vimioso and his son (the future third conde) were with D. Sebastiao at Alcácer-Quibir. The fifth Conde was involved with the recapture of Bahia from the Dutch in 1625 (see pp. 56-57), and with the Restauraçao. The author of this work (1706-1775) was a member of the Conselho of D. Joao V and a member of the Academia Real de Historia.*** Innocêncio V, 74: without collation. Barbosa Machado II, 878-79: without collation. Pinto de Mattos p. 513: without collation. Not in JCB, Portuguese and Brazilian Books. Not in Palha. Not in Azevedo-Samodaes, Ameal or Monteverde. Grande Enciclopédia XXXVI, 167-72. Not in NUC, which lists other works by the author. Porbase locates three copies at the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal and one each at Biblioteca Central da Marinha and Exército - Biblioteca. Copac repeats the British Library. KVK (51 databases searched) repeats the Bayerische Staatsbibliothek and the copies cited by Porbase. Seller Inventory # 25541

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EXPERIENCIAS DE AMOR DE DON JUAN DE: Enrique Brinkmann

About this Item: Madrid, 1977. Tapa dura. Condition: Muy bien. 1 Edición. Materia: Libro de arte y poesiacon aguafuertes originales de Brinkmann. Publicación: Madrid, Ediciones Rayuela, 1977. Descripción: Folio (33 cm.) texto + 16 aguafuertes de Enrique Brinkmann firmados y numerados (FC fuera de comercio). Encuadernado en carpeta blanca con estuche morado. Conservación: Muy buen estado. Notas: La presente edición de Experiencias de amor, ilustrada con 16 aguafuertes de Enrique Brinkmann fue estampada sobre papel Velin d'Arches y se compone de veinticinco ejemplares numerados del I al XXV acompañados de una técnica mixta original; 150 ejemplares numerados del 1 al 150 y diez ejemplares F.C. marcados de A a L. Todos los ejemplares y grabadosestán firmados por el Artista. Nuestro ejemplar es el E de los diez fuera de comercio. Biografia del artista: Enrique Brinkmann Parareda (Málaga, 9 de octubre de 1938), es un pintor español que fue senador durante la Legislatura Constituyente por el grupo Senado Democrático. De formación artística autodidacta, realizó su primera exposición en 1957 en su ciudad natal. Cuatro años más tarde abandona España y reside en Colonia, Berlín y Roma, lugares en los que aprende grabado. A su regreso en 1967 desarrolla su obra tanto en pintura como en grabado y dibujo, y da clases en la Casa de la Moneda de Madrid. Ha tenido exposiciones individuales en países como Alemania, Bélgica, Suiza, Italia y Estados Unidos, además de España. RSS2. Firmado por el autor. Seller Inventory # L2449

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