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Niki de Saint-Phalle Devouring mothersNiki de Saint-Phalle Devouring mothers
New: Niki de Saint Phalle
13 Mai 2016

[RARE] Niki de Saint Phalle The devouring mothers

Gimpel son, London, 1972, 16,5x14cm, sheets connected by two strings.

Original edition printed 50 copies justifés and numbered. Illustrated book of 27 illustrated plates of drawings of Niki de Saint-Phalle.

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(Archimandrite) Sophrony:
Elder monk Silouan of Mount Athos 1866-1938

20 Février 2015

(Archimandrite) Sophrony Starets Silouan monk of Mount Athos 1866-1938 Editions Presence, Paris 1973 16x24,5cm, binding of the publisher. First edition of the French translation, one of 45 numbered copies on Arches laid, only major papers.

Gustave Doré - Don QuichotteGustave Doré - Don Quichotte
Gustave Doré - Don Quixote
04 Février 2015

Gustave Dore & Héliodore Pisan Cervantes, Don Quixote Right now beginning to dawn dawn smiling and ruddy.

Woodcut standing signed in the plate by the artist.

Jules VERNE & Louis BENETT L'Etoile du Sud. - L'Archipel en feu chez HetzelJules VERNE & Louis BENETT L'Etoile du Sud. - L'Archipel en feu chez Hetzel
Jules VERNE BENETT & Louis L'Etoile du Sud. - The Archipelago on Fire Hetzel
29 Janvier 2015

Hetzel, Paris (1884-1889), Grd. in 8 (18,5x28cm) connected.

Edition illustrated by Louis Bennett.

Cardboard editor told both elephants and range. Signed Souze plate connected by Lenègre. Back smooth decorated with gilded boxes with names of the bookbinder and tail editor.

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