By: Jedlicka, Gotthard

Price: $165.00

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: Very good +

4to (8½" x 11"). pp. 399. Limited edition; this being number 423 of 900 copies bound in linen and printed by A. Wohlfeld in Magdeburg, Germany. Binding design lithographed in color after Lautrec. A brief biography and critical interpretations of the renowned post-Impressionist artist Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, who gained fame for his depictions of French fin de siècle urban life. Text in German.

This work includes 157 black and white reproductions of Lautrec's work in the text and 7 color illustrations after works by Lautrec -- including 3 full page reproductions on art paper with captioned tissue guards of Lautrec's works La Goulue (1895); La Toilette (from his collection of prints entitled Elle in 1896) and May Belfort (1895). A lovely, bright copy with light sunning to the spine and small chips to the cloth at the head and tail. Scarce.


Author Name: Jedlicka, Gotthard

Categories: Art & Design, Illustrated, Art, Painting,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Berlin, Bruno Cassirer Verlag: 1929

Binding: cloth

Book Condition: Very good +

Seller ID: 819

Keywords: lautrec, toulouse lautrec, post impressionist, illustration, art, painting, paris, france