1415 - 1722 FINE PRINTING AND ILLUSTRATED BOOKS
- Dustwr. sl. frayed. = SIGNED by the author on htitle.
= One of 15 Roman numb. copies, bound by the Phoenix bindery in giltlettered green half morocco, signed on the colophon by the author, Roger Raveel and Gert Jan Hemmink, and with an extra copy of the etching on Japanese, loosely inserted in rear pocket and signed and numb. ("XI/XV") by H. CLAUS. Hugo Claus voor twaalf lezer 227; AMO 115.
Idem. Ontmoeting met Hans Andreus. Ibid., idem, 1991, (15)p., softground etched frontisp. portrait by J. VEERKAMP after H. CLAUS, printed in 35 numb. copies (25), orig. wr. Idem. Perte Totale. Ter gelegenheid van zijn 60e verjaardag 60 schetsen en 60 nota's. Ibid., idem, 1989, (68)p., 60 ills. by the author, printed in 360 copies, orig. wr.
- Wrappers sl. faded along spine as usual; vague fold in backwr.
= Slagter 18 and p.31 and 88. Rare.
- Spine discoloured; extremities rubbed. = Carteret V, 13.
- Owner's stamp on first blank.
= One of 200 copies bound in full gilt red mor., t.e.g., w. title and each full-p. ill. SIGNED by the artist. Rodenberg, p.337. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LVII.
- Three more vols. were published (Oeuvres diverses). Very fine set.
= Monod 871. A fine, complete and wellbound set by CANAPE (see Flety p.37).
= No edition traced of Eugénie Grandet with plates by Emilio Grau-Sala (1911-1975). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LVII.
- Sm. mounted newspaper clipping on verso first free endpaper (with offsetting on first blank); bookplate on upper pastedown. Otherwise a (very) fine copy.
= Monod 931; Carteret IV, p.56.
- A fine complete set. Joints trifle rubbed.
= George Barbier (1882-1932), influential and quintessential French Art-Déco illustrator and designer, who worked for fashion periodicals, designed costumes for theatre, film and ballet, notably for the Ballet Russe. Each part contains 12 beautiful pochoir col. aquatints, many thematically ordered, i.a. virtues and vices, the times of the day, the seasons, and all with a geographical and historic indication in top margin (mostly France, but also i.a. America, Czechoslovakia, Scotland, Hungary and Mexico). Colas 1026; Hiler p.64; Carteret IV, p.58. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LVII.
- Very fine copy. = Monod 9542. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LVII.
- Pristine copy.
= Van Wisselingh 273-291, stating that only 180 copies were printed (p.18), or even only 150 copies (p.91). Braches (2nd ed.)348; Braches (1st ed.) 980116 and p.292-293: "Deze versieringen [van Dijsselhof] zijn, omdat ze moesten komen naast etsen van Bauer, geëtst. Ze zijn als zodanig uniek in de geschiedenis der boekherleving." SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LVIII.
- Portfolio trifle foxed and stained. Otherwise fine. = Van Wisselingh 141-148.
- Title-p. sl. creased in margins. Joints splitting; frontcover sl. stained and sl. rubbed along extremities.
= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LVIII.
- Portfolio sl. rubbed along extremities. = Hayn/ Gotendorf IX, p.44. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LVIII.
AND 2 others by F. VON REZNICEK: Sie/ Der Tanz (Munich, 1911/ n.d., both 11th-13th thous., col. plates, orig. not unif. pict., boards, folio. Second vol. foot of spine dam.).
I. J. Beuys, Neues vom Gold. (Diptych: silkscreen, printed on wood and felt sheet, both 32,3x24,9 cm., the wood signed "Joseph Beuys", "7 / 200" and with a drawing of a hat in pencil).
II. H. Duchateau, "Tekenboekje" and "Schilderboekje" (two booklets w. drawings in col. pencil and paint on edges, both signed "Hugo Duchateau" and "1985" in pencil on backwrapper);
III. M. van Elk, (Untitled) (fold. col. lithograph, 28,3x22,3 cm., signed "Maria van Elk" and "'85" in pencil. With covering letter by Coosje van Bruggen to the artist);
IV. A. van Geest, (Untitled) (drawing, col. watercolour, 17,6x17 cm., signed "Arie van Geest" and "'14-7-'84" in pencil);
V. R. Hamilton, (Untitled) (collotype photograph, 15x16,7 cm., monogrammed "RH" in pencil);
VI. General Idea, (Cigarbox) (multiple, 13,3x16,9x2,9 cm., containing real cigars) (lacks the paper sheet signed "General Idea" and unnumbered);
VII. G. Van Der Kaap, "Kaap's Mona Lisa" (col. printed transparent overhead sheet, 30x25 cm., signed "Gérald v / d Kaap", "1985" and "7 / 200" in pencil);
VIII. J. van 't Slot, (Untitled) (fold. col. woodcut, 26x35 cm. (image), signed "John van 't Slot" and "'85" in pencil);
IX. P. Stockmans, (Shattered ceramic object) (multiple, leaf w. facs. manuscipt poem in black and blue, 9 fragments of a blueish ceramic tile, together in board box, lined w. bubble plastic (not signed));
X. M. Abramovic and Ulay, (Cassette tape) (cassette tape loosely inserted in pocket in board box w. printed coat of arms of Amsterdam, signed "Marina Abramovic", "Ulay" and "7 / 200" in felt-tip pen on box);
XI. L. Weiner, "From source to use" (sheet of perspex w. letterpress text, 32,3x24,9 cm., monogrammed "L.W.", "84" and "7 / 200" in felt-tip pen). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LIX.
= Published in 500 copies on occasion of the 175th commemoration of the death of Willem Bilderdijk. Contains booklets/ fold. leaflets by i.a. N. BEETS, Ter Nagedachtenis van Mr. Willem Bilderdijk (...). Postscript P. van Zonneveld (fold. leaflet); P. GERBRANDY, 'Een leven vol sukkelingen.' Het levenslange sterfbed van Willem Bilderdijk (15,(4)p., orig. wr.); 'Hoe maak je van je grafkist een camera obscura?' (fold. leaflet, metal pin and piece of paper); R. HONINGS, Een orang-oetan in Haarlem (8p., orig. wr.); 'Kruiden bij gonzingen. Samengesteld door Antonie van der Pigge' (fold. bag containing medicinal herbs against "gonzingen" (headaches), w. fold. "bijsluiter") and 'Mr. Willem Bilderdijk 1831-2006' (decorated porcelain saucer).
In de varkenstrog. N.pl., De Watersnip-pers, 2001, colophon and contributor's leaf (2x), 29 contributions in booklets and leaves, various sizes, ills., printed in 45 copies, some signed/ numb. in pencil/ blue ballpoint, together loosely inserted in hleather portfolio w. leather tie, folio.
= Printed on occasion of "een moment ter herinnering aan de vele varkens, koeien, schapen en andere dieren die het slachtoffer werden van politieke keuzes inzake de MKZ crisis" in 45 copies for this project. Contains contribution by i.a. Kees Baart, Alex Barbaix, Hanneke Brier, Antoon Egberts, Jan Keijser, Cor. Koeleman, Rob Over de Linden, Piet Niemeijer, Bert Post, Hans Rombouts, Wim Schroot, Harmen Sikkenga and Kees Thomassen.
- Very fine uncut copy. Bookplate of H.C. Bärenholdt on upper pastedown; tipped-in clippings on the binding and its history on verso of final blank.
= The clippings state that this binding was exhibited at the 50th anniversary of the Anker Kyster-Bindery in 1942.