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By: Various artists.
Seller ID: chineseopera
[Costume design.] Folio of 57 color lithographs showing various design motifs for Chinese opera-style outfits, unknown artists, 1957. Prints measure slightly less than 15x13 inches or 37x32cm, in a wooden box with silk-covered fold-over boards and a four-page index and introduction, in Chinese. A former owner has written an English translation of some of the text as follows. Title: "Sketches from Chinese opera-style outifts." Summary of introduction: "all these sketch... View more info
By: WENZELL, A.B.
Seller ID: leyenprint1
WENZELL, A.B. Poster for the novel "Satan Sanderson" published by Bobbs-Merrill in 1907. Measures about 16x24 inches or 40x60cm, with linen back adding about 2 inches to all sides. The wording here, "Drawing by A.B. WENZELL," refers to the illustrator of the book; the poster also was done by Wenzell and has his signature (see photo). Condition of this print: Darkened in the margins, short tears professionally repaired (no tape used). View more info
Seller ID: 52964
ZANZOTTO, ANDREA, and TILSON, JOE. Cirche & Cene, Circuses and Suppers, Verona: Plain Wrapper Press, 1979. Thin folio, No. 57 or an edition limited to 150, unpaginated with 2 leaves of Zanzotto's poems in Italian and 2 more with the English translations, 2 plates of etchings by Tilson protected under tissue, all on handmade paper with deckle edges, brown-beige cloth boards with green calligraphy stamped on front, green slipcase. Signed by Zanzotto and Tilson on the li... View more info
Seller ID: ambromom
[Ambrotype.] Mother and child, unknown photographer, mid-19th century. Sixth-plate, about 3x3.5 inches, framed in union case with metal clasp, hand-coloring to the subjects' cheeks. Condition of this item: Very good with clean glass and a sound case. Image sharp and clear, copper mat has some dark splotches. View more info
Seller ID: garache
[Periodicals.] Derriere le Miroir, Nos. 213 and 222, Paris: Maeght Editeur, 1975 and 1977. Unbound folios, pp. 33; 29, wraps, original lithographs pulled at l'Imprimerie Arte, Adrien Maeght, photos, all text in French. Both issues here devoted to Claude Garache and his best-known subject matter, the female nude painted entirely in one color on a white background. The lithographs are single-and double page. Arntzen & Rainwater, Q148: "original lithographs and excellent... View more info