Franse literatuur

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