found: 11 books

 [ART NOUVEAU]., [ART NOUVEAU]. Documents d'art décoratif. Trente planches en couleuers et en noire. Paris, Librairie Renourd, H. Laurens (ca 1910).
[ART NOUVEAU].
[ART NOUVEAU]. Documents d'art décoratif. Trente planches en couleuers et en noire. Paris, Librairie Renourd, H. Laurens (ca 1910).
Folio. Thirty mounted plates, of which sixteen in colour, on thick card board. As issued loose in original cloth-backed illustrated portfolio with cotton ties. Title page slightly browned but otherwise in excelllent condition. First edition. A collection of various Art Nouveau designs for ceramics, decorative panels, jewellery, furniture, silver and ironworks, jewellery, etc made by renowned artists at the time including Roubille, Brandt, Bacard, Daurat, Bacard and Ségaud. Moreover, there are many textile patterns from this period which dates back to previous centuries. Some of the plates were also published in "Documents de décoration moderne" issued about 1900.
Charlotte Du Rietz Rare BooksProfessional seller
Book number: 100760
€  750.00 [Appr.: US$ 884.96 | £UK 687 | JP 96682]
Catalogue: Hungary
Keywords: Hungary, art nouveau, jugend, design, exploration, france, french, decoratif, decoration, konst, art, textiles, textile,
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 [TRADE CATALOGUE - DEBENHAM & FREEBODY]., [Stylish hats]. London, Debenham & Freebody, Wigmore Street W1, 1920s.
[TRADE CATALOGUE - DEBENHAM & FREEBODY].
[Stylish hats]. London, Debenham & Freebody, Wigmore Street W1, 1920s.
Size: 14.2 x 21.6 cm. Pp. (8). Eight full page b/w illustrations of fashionable hats with description and price below. Publisher's white paper wrappers with black and gold illustration on front cover. Sales brochure of various trendy hats by the renowned British store established by 1778.
Charlotte Du Rietz Rare BooksProfessional seller
Book number: 120250
€  380.00 [Appr.: US$ 448.38 | £UK 348 | JP 48986]
Catalogue: Fashion
Keywords: Fashion, fashion, hats, design, art deco, trade, sales, catalogue,
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 BALÃÅZS, BÃÁLA / KOZMA, LAJOS (ILL.):, Testvérország. A jó gyerekeknek mesélte karácsonyra (Sister country. Told for the good children). Gyoma, Kner Izidor, 1918.
BALÃÅZS, BÃÁLA / KOZMA, LAJOS (ILL.):
Testvérország. A jó gyerekeknek mesélte karácsonyra (Sister country. Told for the good children). Gyoma, Kner Izidor, 1918.
16mo. Size: 10 x 13.5 cm. Pp. 59. With six full-page coloured plates. Publisher's pictorial boards, cloth spine, rubbed. Some leaves with small corner loss. First edition of this unusual Hungarian children's book illustrated by Lajos Kozma in a characteristic Art Nouveau style. The book was issued by Kner Publishing House as one of a series of three children's books, of which another one is Anna Lezsnai's "Mese a bútorokól". Béla Balázs was a Hungarian - Jewish film critic, writer and poet. He was the writer of the scenario for Bartók's ballet "The Wooden Prince". Lajos Kozma was one of the foremost Hungarian architects and interior designers of the early 20th century. He joined "The Young Ones" a group of architects influenced by the "Vienna Secession". His early works were created in Art Nouveau style but later, through Art Deco, he found his way to the International Modernism.
Charlotte Du Rietz Rare BooksProfessional seller
Book number: 120337
€  550.00 [Appr.: US$ 648.97 | £UK 503.75 | JP 70900]
Catalogue: Hungary
Keywords: Hungary, children, literature, art nouveau, juvenile, barnbok, hungry, hungrian, ungern
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 BARBIER, GEORGE (ILLS.):, Falbalas et fanfreluches. Almanach des modes présentes, passées & futures. Paris, Meynial, 1923.
BARBIER, GEORGE (ILLS.):
Falbalas et fanfreluches. Almanach des modes présentes, passées & futures. Paris, Meynial, 1923.
An elegant and sophisticated Art Deco calender with lovely and sparkling pochoir illustrations. Size: 17,5 x 25,6 cm. Comprises title with colour vignette + twelve pages of text and twelve pochoir colour plates by George Barbier. As issued loosely inserted in original publisher's wrappers with pochoir colour design. "Falbala et Fanfreluches" (Ruffles and Frills) was a series of annual pochoir print portfolios with a romantic theme, often in humourous terms, issued by Barbier between 1922-26. This issue features the essay "Modes" by Colette including twelve pages of enchanting romantic poems each accompanied with an exotic and fashionable illustration.
Charlotte Du Rietz Rare BooksProfessional seller
Book number: 120161
€  2400.00 [Appr.: US$ 2831.87 | £UK 2198 | JP 309384]
Catalogue: France
Keywords: France, fashion, design, poems, poetry, french, france, art deco, pochoir,
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 BONFILS, ROBERT (ILLS.) & HOUVILLE, GÃÁRARD DE:, Modes et Manières d'Aujourd'hui. Neuvième année 1920. Collection Pierre Corrard. Paris, Jules Meynial, Librarire, Juin 1922.
BONFILS, ROBERT (ILLS.) & HOUVILLE, GÃÁRARD DE:
Modes et Manières d'Aujourd'hui. Neuvième année 1920. Collection Pierre Corrard. Paris, Jules Meynial, Librarire, Juin 1922.
4to. Size: 20 x 29 cm. Lvs (4) + twelve pochoir plates by Robert Bonfils + lvs (15). As issued loosely in original card portfolio with colour vignette on upper cover, ties missing, some very light dust at outer margin. Original decorated paste downs and inner matching flaps, some tears at folds. Limited edition of 300, this is no. 230. Modes et Manières d'Aujourd'Hui was a fascinating French Art Deco magazine published by Pierre Corrard between 1912-23. Each issue illustrate the height of French fashion at the time. Beautiful and stunning pochoir fashion plates supplemented with poems were presented by the most foremost French artists of the time. This particular issue contains bright and striking pochoir coloured plates by Bonfils, some highlighted in rich golds and silvers. All plates are in excellent condition. Colas 2099.
Charlotte Du Rietz Rare BooksProfessional seller
Book number: 120162
€  1600.00 [Appr.: US$ 1887.91 | £UK 1465.25 | JP 206256]
Catalogue: France
Keywords: France, fashion, design, poems, poetry, french, art deco, pochoir,
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 JOUMARD, G.P. (ED.).:,  Les Idées Nouvelles De La Mode et Des Arts. Direction Artistique. No. 4.1924.
JOUMARD, G.P. (ED.).:
Les Idées Nouvelles De La Mode et Des Arts. Direction Artistique. No. 4.1924.
4to. Pp. (iv). With two text illustrations and 16 full page beautiful hand-coloured pochoir plates (with mutiple images) on Chinese paper tipped-in on thick paper. As issued loose in original wrappers with colour pochoir illustration on upper cover, silk ties, lightly chipped at outer edge. The art deco journal "Les Idées Nouvelles de la Mode" was published by Joumard between 1922 and 1932 illustrating the heigth of French fashion at the time.
Charlotte Du Rietz Rare BooksProfessional seller
Book number: 120283
€  950.00 [Appr.: US$ 1120.95 | £UK 870 | JP 122464]
Catalogue: France
Keywords: France, fashion, art deco, design, clothes, mode, france, french,
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 LIPPICH, ELEK KORONGHI:, Koronghi Lippich, Elek Költeményei. 1880-1902. Kriesch Aladár és Nagy Sándor Rajzaival. [Budapest], Pallas, 1903.
LIPPICH, ELEK KORONGHI:
Koronghi Lippich, Elek Költeményei. 1880-1902. Kriesch Aladár és Nagy Sándor Rajzaival. [Budapest], Pallas, 1903.
Small 4to. Size: 17.5 x 21 cm. Pp. 307, (1). With numerous illustrations and text printed within decorated borders in various colours. Publisher's pictorial burgundy cloth, upper cover and spine printed in gilt, lightly rubbed. Floral endpapers. Old ownership stamp. First edition of this early and scarce Hungarian Art Nouveau illustrated book of poems. Koronghi Lippich (1862-1924) was an early propagator of Art Nouveau as well as the Arts and Crafts movement in Hungary as the head of the Fine Arts Department at the Ministry of Education and Religion. The two illustrators of this work, Sándor Nagy and Aladár (K
r
sfõi-) Kriesch, were the founders of the art colony at G
d
llõ, the cradle of Hungarian Art Nouveau. Together with Lippich they shared the interest in the Transylvanian art, and used it to form the unique Hungarian style in modern art, of which this is a beautiful example.
Charlotte Du Rietz Rare BooksProfessional seller
Book number: 120373
€  900.00 [Appr.: US$ 1061.95 | £UK 824.25 | JP 116019]
Catalogue: Hungary
Keywords: Hungary, hungary, ungern, hungarian, art nouveau, art, illustrations, poem, literature,
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 MAIER, HERMANN:, Vorbilder zur Schildermalerei. Muster: Blätter, Moderner, Firmenschilder, Etiquetten und Kartuschen [Title on cover].  Ravensburg, Otto Maier, (1907).
MAIER, HERMANN:
Vorbilder zur Schildermalerei. Muster: Blätter, Moderner, Firmenschilder, Etiquetten und Kartuschen [Title on cover]. Ravensburg, Otto Maier, (1907).
Oblong 4to. Size: 22 x 30 cm. With 24 plates, loose as issued in original clothbacked paper portfolio with green ornamental design and red and black lettering. Minor loss of paper of inner joint. A rare and attractive collection of designs for commercial signboards etc. The illustrations comprise six plates with ca 35 colour renderings of signboards, eight plates with ca 50 black or monocolour examples of company signs, five plates with ca 40 designs of various sign shapes, and five plates with lettering styles printed in reddish brown or black. Ravensburg is a well-known German game and toy company which was established in 1883. The Ravensburger triangle trademark is printed below the illustrations on each leaf.
Charlotte Du Rietz Rare BooksProfessional seller
Book number: 120268
€  800.00 [Appr.: US$ 943.96 | £UK 732.75 | JP 103128]
Catalogue: Germany
Keywords: Germany, german, germany, design, signboards, art nouveau, jugend, company signs, decor, decoration, lettering styles, styles,
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 MEDGYES, LÃÅSZLÃ:, Aranyfüst (Gold Leaf). Budapest, Ráth Mór, 1913.
MEDGYES, LÃÅSZLÃ:
Aranyfüst (Gold Leaf). Budapest, Ráth Mór, 1913.
Pp. 88, (4) including two blank leaves. With twenty full-page drawings by Medgyes. The illustrated title page and five tail-pieces are also illustrated by him. Publisher's decorated paper boards, vellum spine. First edition, limited to 250 copies. This is number 69 of 200 printed on hand made paper. Comprises twenty short stories by Medgyes together with beautiful Art Nouveau illustrations. László Medgyes, born in 1892, was a Hungarian avant-garde artist who moved to Paris in 1920. There he provided scenic design for opera and theatre productions. He established a school "cole Medgyes pour la Technique du Thêatre" together with the famous Hungarian architect Ern
Goldfinger. In 1925 he exhibited in New York and later worked as interior designer throughout Europe and the US. Provenance: Rezsõ Szij (1915-2006) renowned Hungarian art historian. He was the chief librarian of the Hungarian National Library, the founder of the Hungarian Association of Bibliophiles, and published several books on art history, history of literature and printing. With his signature and stamp on front paste down.
Charlotte Du Rietz Rare BooksProfessional seller
Book number: 120499
€  2200.00 [Appr.: US$ 2595.88 | £UK 2014.75 | JP 283602]
Catalogue: Hungary
Keywords: Hungary, hungary, hungarian, ungern, europe, european, art nouveau, illustrated, design,
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 SÃÁGUY, EUGÃÀNE ALAN:, Papillons. Paris, Tolmer editeur 13 Quai d'Anjou, ca 1928.
SÃÁGUY, EUGÃÀNE ALAN:
Papillons. Paris, Tolmer editeur 13 Quai d'Anjou, ca 1928.
Folio (33 x 45 cm). Pp. (4) and 20 pochoir plates including 16 of butterflies (depicting 80 different varieties) and 4 with decorative abstract patterns. As issued loose in original cloth backed white boards with cloth ties. Upper cover decorated with a large coloured butterfly in pochoir and lettered in silver and black. First and only edition of this spectacular Art Nouveau design album. The plates depict exotic and intensely coloured butterflies from India, Africa, the Himalayas, South-East Asia, China, New Zealand and South America, enlarged in size, but reproduced faithfully in form and colour in a mixed technique of collotype and stencil in watercolour or gouache. Eugène Séguy (1889-1985) was one of the foremost French designers at the beginning of the 20th century, working both in the Art Deco and Art Nouveau styles. He produced eleven albums of illustrations and designs, of which this portfolio is considered the most magnificent. Besides being an artist Séguy was trained as an entomologist, eventually becoming Director of the Laboratory for General and Applied Entomoloy at the Musée National d'Histoire Naturelle in Paris. In the Papillon collection he presents images of exotic butterflies in a very sensitive as well as artistic way. The pochoir technique is especially suited to the subject, allowing the artist to convey the intensity of colour in the butterflies' wings. The four last plates depict 16 decorative abstract designs derived from the butterflies' shimmering patterns. A most wonderful copy.
Charlotte Du Rietz Rare BooksProfessional seller
Book number: 120297
€  12800.00 [Appr.: US$ 15103.28 | £UK 11722 | JP 1650046]
Catalogue: France
Keywords: France, design, art nouveau, pochoir, butterflies, france, french,
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 TZARA, TRISTAN / DELAUNAY, SONIA (ILLS.):,  Le coeur à gaz: costumes de Sonia Delaunay. [Paris], Jacques Damase, [1977].
TZARA, TRISTAN / DELAUNAY, SONIA (ILLS.):
Le coeur à gaz: costumes de Sonia Delaunay. [Paris], Jacques Damase, [1977].
Narrow folio portfolio. Size: 21 x 45 cm. As issued on heavy paper. With 51 numbered pages printed on recto only on (17) folded sheets + 2 pages and one blank. Comprising the text of the play "Le coeur à gaz" by Dadaist writer Tristan Tzara. Accompanied by twelve lithographs by Sonia Delanay. Comprising seven theatre costumes by Sonia Delaunay which are colour reproductions of the gouache maquettes made for the performance at Théâtre Michel in 1923, two more double page lithographs (one issued as extra title page and one with two costumes) and three lithographed decorations in the text. Original card covers with striking design in black, red and cream. Housed in specially made plexiglas slipcase. Limited edition of 150 copies, of which this is no. XXI (of XXV reserved for collaborators) on this publication and signed by S. Delanuay on the colophon. (The first 25 copies in the series were accompanied by a supplementary suite of 7 signed lithographs). A gorgeous copy of this beautiful and rare work. Tristan Tzara (1896-1963) was the renowned Roman born writer and artist who was known for being one of the central figures of the anti-establishment Dada movement. His noted play "Le cœur à gaz" was first staged as part of the 1921 "Dada Salon" at the Galerie Montaigne in Paris. It was written as a parody of classical drama in the form of an absurd dialogue between characters named after human body parts; mouth, ear, eye, nose, neck and eyebrow (Tzara himself). The second stage production, also titled "Le Cœur à barbe" was performed at Théâtre Michel in July 1923. Sonia Delaunay, the famous Ukrainian-born French artist, designed and costumed the production, creating bright coloured eccentric geometrically-shaped costumes of thick cardboard. The play has been viewed as the final event in the evolution of Dada as a cultural movement.
Charlotte Du Rietz Rare BooksProfessional seller
Book number: 120290
€  5800.00 [Appr.: US$ 6843.68 | £UK 5311.75 | JP 747677]
Catalogue: France
Keywords: France, art deco, design, costumes, fashion, theatre, theater, french, play, art,
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