Number 270 of 600 copies; with 106 original etchings on handmade paper with watermark
|Condition:||Overall in good condition with traces of ageing|
Albert Wolff - Cent Chefs-d'oeuvre des collections Parisiennes - Knoedler & Co, 170 fifths Avenue, New York. Georges Petit, 12 Rue Godot-de-Mauroy, Paris, Ludovic Baschet, 125 Boulevard Saint Germain, Paris, 1883 - Illustrated silk cover- 46 x 34 cm
Rare book with original engravings in the text and tables from / to: Corot, Troyon, Greuze, Meissonier, Millet, Delacroix, Fromentin, Fortuny ,Dupre, Daubigny, Diaz, Th.Rousseau, Isabey, Decamps, Ary Scheffer, Marilhat, Rembrandt, Terburg, Frans Hals ,Hobbema, Van de Velde
(this is a copy from the library)
Number 270 of 600 copies; on Dutch handmade paper with watermark Text in English. Graphically very appealing design work
With a list of illustrations and collection of all the involved artists. With a total of 106 etchings (all are published). The illustrations are shown in the text and in the appendix on beautiful large-format panels - see images. This copy is complete, some panels are signed by the artist, some by the engraver, many are signed by both. The large-format panels are stamped on the back with library specification and below each is referred with a typewriter (see photos). The alphabetical list show the artist according to ancient and modern art, in alphabetical order, each with a number corresponding to the image. A very rare work, published in 12 books, completely available with this lot. Overall a clean copy, slightly browned, some panels are stronger on the outer edge, with only a few smaller tears. The cover in really poor condition, text and tables are all in good condition, the etchings are protectes with silk shirt.
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