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CHAGALL LITHOGRAPHE VOL. 1-6

CHAGALL LITHOGRAPHE VOL. 1-6

CHAGALL, MARC Paris, André Sauret, (Paris), 1963-1985. Richly illustrated in b/w and colour (reproductions of 375 litographs). With 11 original litographs (5 iin b/w & 6 in colour, including frontispiece & dust wrappers in Vol I), by Chagall. Orig. cloth with d/w and protective mylar wrappers in fine condition. Fine/very good. Four in original cardboard slipcases. Catalog Raissone of Chagalls lithographs from 1922-1985 Orig. cloth with d/w and protective mylar wrappers. Fine/very good. Vol. I "Chagall Lithographe: 1922-1957", in German (originally printed in 1958) SIGNED by Chagall,with an additional Advertisement/Prospectus. Chagall Lithographe Vol. II: 1957-1962" (1963) in German, with 3 additional Prospectus of the original lithograph Cover in French , "Chagall Lithographe III: 1962-1968" (1969) in French,SIGNED and dated 1970 by Chagall and dedicated to Hans Kinkel, German author, on the title page, includes 2 original lithographs prospectus in French."Chagall Lithographe IV: 1969-1973" (1974) in French. Vol. V in German, Vol. VI in English with a signature by Chagall dated 1984 on p. 217. 6 volumes published in French, German and english. Vol I. 1922-1957 LOC 660-15726, Vol. II 157-1962, Vol. III 1962-1968 VOL. IV 1969-1974,LOC 62-45209 , V ISBN:0-517-55514, VOL. VI 1980-1985, ISBN:0517-56440-8. All in FINE condition. All dust jackets fine in glassine wraps. All color lithographs are present and in fine condition in each volume.
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WILLIAM WORDSWORTH AND THE AGE OF ENGLISH ROMANTICISM.

Wordsworth, Jonathan & Michael C. Jaye & Robert C. Woof Newark., Rutgers, State University of New Jersey., 1987. 4to.Book Description: Rutgers Univ Press, New Brunswick U. S. A. + London, 1987. Soft cover. Book Condition: As New. 261 pages; Designed as a companion to a museum exhibition opening shortly at the New York Public Library, this is a splendid introduction to the English Romantic movement. William Wordsworth and the Age of English Romanticism (ISBN: 9780813512747) Wordsworth, Jonathan & Michael C. Jaye & Robert C. Woof Bookseller: BobPrudhomme, Relentless Bookfinder (New York, NY, U.S.A.) Bookseller Rating: Price: US$ 6.88 [Convert Currency] Quantity Available:: 1 Within U.S.A.: US$ 4.79 [Rates & Speeds] Book Description: Rutgers Univ Press, New Brunswick U. S. A. +london, 1987. Softcover. Book Condition: As New. 0.8 x 11.6 x 8.2 Inches; 261 pages; From Library JournalDesigned as a companion to a museum exhibition opening shortly at the New York Public Library, this is a splendid introduction to the English Romantic movement. The main focus is on Wordsworth, as the greatest of the Romantic poets, but Blake, Coleridge, Shelley, Keats, and Byron, as well as painters such as Turner, Constable, and Palmer, all receive their due. The text, introductory but not superficial, examines Romanticism in the light of the political, philosophic, and literary atmosphere of the age. The result is a uniquely absorbing book that will inspire any reader to investigate the Romantic period further.