Franse literatuur

Demian-books-Maurice-Maeterlinck
Maurice Maeterlinck. Douze Chansons. Illustré par Charles Doudelet.

1929 Bruxelles, Edition Aryenne. Printed by Edmond Gregoir after the 1896 edition, and extended with 12 extra illustrations.

This is number 3 of 25 de-lux copies on Japanese paper (prior to 75 copies on Arches) with hand-coloured illustrations by the artist, and a suite of the illustrations on Chinese paper. Signed by Maeterlinck and Doudelet. 43,5:32,5 cm. in portfolio.

An iconic result of the collaboration between the symbolist writer – and only Belgian Nobel-prize for literature Laureate – Maurice Maeterlinck and the great Belgian symbolist painter Charles Doudelet.

 5.750,00 In winkelmand
Evergreen Review, Pataphysique, Demian
Evergreen Review. What is ‘Pataphysics?

1960 New York, Grove Press, Evergreen Review volume 4 number 13, 192p. 20,5:13,5 cm.

 22,00 In winkelmand
Freddy de Vree, Hubert Decleer, Demian
Freddy de Vree. Mots pour Karin. 20 textes.

Met een kalligrafie van Hubert Decleer. 1963 Sint-Niklaas, Paradox Press, eerste druk, debuut. 21:13,5 cm. garenloos.

 50,00 In winkelmand