found: 11 books

 ARNOUX, GUY (ILL.):,  [A solar calendar of the twelve months of the year]. France about 1920.
ARNOUX, GUY (ILL.):
[A solar calendar of the twelve months of the year]. France about 1920.
. A set of twelve pochoir coloured illustrations printed on laid paper, with empty space underneath meant for annotations. Size of leaf: 21.7 x 16.8 cm. The illustrations are signed below the image by Guy Arnoux (1886-1951), a renowned French naval painter and draughtsman. The colourful plates, each representing a month, are charming and expressive. Mint condition.
Charlotte Du Rietz Rare BooksProfessional seller
Book number: 120856
€  560.00 [Appr.: US$ 599.53 | £UK 478.25 | JP¥ 91890]
Catalogue: Art Nouveau
Keywords: Art Nouveau, art deco, art nouveau, design, fashion, plates, illustrations, french , france, frankrike,

 BOYLESVE, RENÉ / BRUNELLESCHI, UMBERTO (Ill.) :, La leçon d'amour dans un parc. Paris, Albin Michel, 1933.
BOYLESVE, RENÉ / BRUNELLESCHI, UMBERTO (Ill.) :
La leçon d'amour dans un parc. Paris, Albin Michel, 1933.
. 4to. Pp. (iv), 174, (1). With engraved front and twenty engraved plates protected by tissue guards and many vignettes, all illustrated by Brunelleschi and coloured by the atelier Daniel Jacomet. Original illustrated wrappers, glassine jacket. Modern slipcase. Binding slightly shaken, one querie loose. A limited edition of 464 copies, one of 375 numbered on Arches (no. 344). A wonderful clean and crisp copy. Umberto Brunelleschi, a famous Italian artist who lived and worked in Paris as a printer, book illustrator and costume designer.
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Book number: 121506
€  850.00 [Appr.: US$ 910 | £UK 726 | JP¥ 139476]
Catalogue: Art Deco
Keywords: Art Deco, french, france, illustrations, art deco, romance, literature, erotic, art nouveau,

 DESHAIRS, LÉON:, Intérieurs en couleurs. Exposition des Arts Décoratifs Paris 1925. Paris. Albert Lévy, 1926 (1925).
DESHAIRS, LÉON:
Intérieurs en couleurs. Exposition des Arts Décoratifs Paris 1925. Paris. Albert Lévy, 1926 (1925).
. Folio (26 x 44 cm). Pp.12 and fifty coloured plates. Loosely laid, as issued, in publisher's coloured cardboard folder, cotton ties. Spine expertly restored. Impressive album with fifty interior decorations in Art Déco style. Rare to find complete. The illustrations are reproductions of works by Chauchet-Guilleré, P.P. Montagnac, Pierre Chareau, Maurice Dufrène, Léon Bouchet, and many more. Preface by Léon Deshairs, a renowned French art historian and writer. He was professor of art history at the École du Louvre and editor-in-chief of the magazine Art et Décoration in the 1920s."Exposition internationale des arts décoratifs et industriels modernes" was a World's Fair held in Paris between April and October in 1925. It was designed by the French government to highlight the new Style Moderne (later Art Déco) of interior decoration, architecture and other decorative art from different parts of the world.
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Book number: 121252
€  1200.00 [Appr.: US$ 1284.71 | £UK 1024.75 | JP¥ 196908]
Catalogue: Art Deco
Keywords: Art Deco, interior, art deco, architecture, decoration, interior decoration, exhibition, france, french,

 DOMIN, ANDRÉ (Ill.) / GOURMONT, RÉMY DE:, Litanies de la Rose. Paris, René Kieffer, 1919.
DOMIN, ANDRÉ (Ill.) / GOURMONT, RÉMY DE:
Litanies de la Rose. Paris, René Kieffer, 1919.
. 12mo. Pp. 128. With 59 pochoir coloured illustrations by André Domin. Limited edition to 560 copies, of which 500 on vélin paper (no. 446). Original printed wrappers, lightly soiled, slightly chipped at foot of spine.Each page has a wide frame adorned with roses and stylised leaves on a golden background. The exquisite illustrations of women, representing different colours, correspond to a poem written on the opposite side. André Domin (1883-1962) was a French Art Déco artist who together with Marcel Genevrière founded the famous Maison Dominique in 1922. A delicate work with sublime illustrations in typical Art Déco style. Carteret, V, 96. Monod, I, 5618.
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Book number: 121230
€  1800.00 [Appr.: US$ 1927.07 | £UK 1537.25 | JP¥ 295362]
Catalogue: Art Deco
Keywords: Art Deco, art deco, decoration, pochoir, design, woman, women, prose, poems, illustration,

 FISCHER, RUTH:, [PORCELAIN PAINTING] Mönster för porslinsmålning (Pattern for porcelain painting). Stockholm, A. Bonnier, 1930.
FISCHER, RUTH:
[PORCELAIN PAINTING] Mönster för porslinsmålning (Pattern for porcelain painting). Stockholm, A. Bonnier, 1930.
. A folder with 24 coloured plates depicting many striking Art Deco patterns. Complete. Size: 30 x 22.5 cm. Housed in original paper wrappers printed in colours, some tears along edges. Small marginal crease to two plates but overall the collection is in lovely condition. Ruth Hildegard Fischer (1894-1972) was a Swedish textile artist who published several manuals for different handicrafts. Rare.
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Book number: 121151
€  250.00 [Appr.: US$ 267.65 | £UK 213.5 | JP¥ 41022]
Catalogue: Design
Keywords: Design, design, pattern, porcelain, painting, swedish, art deco,

 JOUMARD, G.P. (Ed.).:,  Les Idées Nouvelles De La Mode et Des Arts. Direction Artistique. No. 3.1924.
JOUMARD, G.P. (Ed.).:
Les Idées Nouvelles De La Mode et Des Arts. Direction Artistique. No. 3.1924.
. 4to. Pp. (iv). With two text illustrations and sixteen full page hand-coloured pochoir plates (with mutiple images) on Chinese paper tipped-in on thick paper. As issued loose in original wrappers with pochoir illustration on upper cover, silk ties. Some wear at outer edge but overall a very good copy with stunning and beautiful fashion plates. The exclusive Art Déco journal "Les Idées Nouvelles de la Mode" was published by Joumard between 1922 and 1932 illustrating the height of French fashion at the time. Rare to find a complete annual series.
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Book number: 120284
€  900.00 [Appr.: US$ 963.53 | £UK 768.75 | JP¥ 147681]
Catalogue: Fashion
Keywords: Fashion, fashion, art deco, design, clothes, mode, france, french, XPU

 KAWAGUCHI, SHOGO (Ed.):, [SHEET MUSIC - ART NOUVEAU / ART DECO]. [A collection of thirty tremolo harmonica scores within striking decorated covers]. Tokyo, Taisho 13 (1924 - Showa 12 (1937).
KAWAGUCHI, SHOGO (Ed.):
[SHEET MUSIC - ART NOUVEAU / ART DECO]. [A collection of thirty tremolo harmonica scores within striking decorated covers]. Tokyo, Taisho 13 (1924 - Showa 12 (1937).
. Large 8vo. (19 x 26.5 cm). Comprises thirty different issues, mainly from the Taisho period in 1920s. Single folded paper sheets with musical notes. Striking decorated front covers in different colours, printed in Art Nouveau and Art Deco styles. Twenty included in a series titled "Harmonica Music", the remaining have different titles. Some wear and some minor staining but overall a good set. Sh›go Kawaguchi, known in Japan as the "Father of the Harmonica", devised a special tuning, different from the one used in Europe and the US, which is more suited to playing Japanese folk tunes. Harmonicas using this tuning became popular throughout East Asia.
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Book number: 120916
€  750.00 [Appr.: US$ 802.94 | £UK 640.5 | JP¥ 123067]
Catalogue: East Asia
Keywords: East Asia, japan, japon, japanese, asia, asie, asien, asiatic, music, scores, musical, art nouveau, art deco

 
LELONG, RENÉ / MARTIN, CHARLES / VINCENT, RENÉ (ILLS):
HIGH LIFE TAYLOR [FASHION CATALOGUE] / L'habit c'est l'homme. Paris, Draeger, 1913.
. 4to. Text in French. A richly illustrated publicity catalogue by the prominent fashion store High Life Taylor in Paris. Pp. (8) of which six with forty refined vignettes in red by Charles Martin and eight illustrated plates (seven coloured). Original decorated covers printed in red and black, some staining to the covers. Small loss to lower right corner of front cover. Stapled. Inside covers illustrated and with four textile samples. The text consists of quotes from famous writers about the importance of clothing. A charming Art Déco catalogue for women's and men's fashion produced by the celebrated Parisian designer printer Draeger.
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Book number: 121295
€  250.00 [Appr.: US$ 267.65 | £UK 213.5 | JP¥ 41022]
Catalogue: Art Deco
Keywords: Art Deco, fashion, art deco, design, clothing, france, french, illustrated, commerce, men fashion, women fashion

 MEDGYES, LçSZLî:, [HUNGARIAN AVANT-GARDE]. Figurâk. Tiz eredeti szines litogrâfia. (Figures. Ten coloured lithographs). Budapest, Dick Man—, 1917.
MEDGYES, LçSZLî:
[HUNGARIAN AVANT-GARDE]. Figurâk. Tiz eredeti szines litogrâfia. (Figures. Ten coloured lithographs). Budapest, Dick Man—, 1917.
. A portfolio with ten coloured lithographs, each signed in pencil by the artist, and one printed title page. Protected by blue tissue paper. A few plates with trace of folding corners, some plates with staining at lower left corner, occasionally some light staining to margin. Composition size: 158 x 208 mm. Original folder with title label on upper cover, somewhat soiled, spine expertly repaired. First edition, limited to 120 copies. This is number 65 (of 85) on Holland paper.A set of attractive lithographs in Art Nouveau and Art Deco style by a celebrated Hungarian avant-garde artist. Medgyes (1892-?) was raised and educated in Budapest. He moved to Paris in the 1920s where he established a school teaching theatre scenic design. He worked throughout Europe and the States with decorative design, advertising and interior design.
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Book number: 120644
€  2200.00 [Appr.: US$ 2355.3 | £UK 1878.75 | JP¥ 360998]
Catalogue: Art Nouveau
Keywords: Art Nouveau, hungary, hungarian, ungern, art nouveau, art deco, illustrated, lithographs, avante-garde,

 TEKKO & SALUBRA, : [Wallpaper sample catalogue]. Stockholm, Hasse W. Tullberg, 1924.
TEKKO & SALUBRA
: [Wallpaper sample catalogue]. Stockholm, Hasse W. Tullberg, 1924.
. A striking pamphlet (19 x 24 cm) promoting wallpapers from the sophisticated German company Tekko & Salubra. Swedish text. The catalogue comprises six pages of text (loosely inserted), ten colour wallpaper samples, of which five silk samples in metallic tone, eleven more illustrations, of which two colourful Art Déco interiors by A. Trueb. Original decorated covers, printed in silver and gold on black paper, spine nicely restored. Some browning, rusty staples, one sample with small loss, some annotations. Tekko & Salubra, founded in 1901 in Grenzach (Basden-Würtemberg), developed successfully over the years. Famous artists were asked to design collections, Le Corbusier being one of them.
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Book number: 120780
€  350.00 [Appr.: US$ 374.71 | £UK 299 | JP¥ 57431]
Catalogue: Design
Keywords: Design, taper, wallpaper, design, sales, commercial, catalogue, sweden, swedish, art deco,

 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. Comprises the text of the play "Le coeur à gaz" by Dadaist writer Tristan Tzara. Accompanied by twelve lithographs by Sonia Delaunay. Includes seven theatre costumes by Sonia Delaunay which are colour reproductions of the gouache maquettes made for the performance at Théátre 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. Limited edition of 150 copies, of which this is no. XXI (of XXV reserved for collaborators) on this publication and signed by S. Delaunay on the colophon. (The first 25 copies, nos. 1- 25, in the series were accompanied by a supplementary suite of 7 signed lithographs). A gorgeous copy of this beautiful and scarce work. Tristan Tzara (1896-1963) was the famous Roman-born writer and artist who was known to be one of the central figures in the anti-establishment Dada movement. His noted play "Le cÏur 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 CÏur à barbe" was performed at Théátre Michel in July 1923. Sonia Delaunay, the famous Ukrainian-born French artist, designed and costumed the production. She created bright-coloured eccentric geometric-shaped suits of thick cardboard. The play has been seen as the last event in Dada's development as a cultural movement.
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Book number: 120290
€  5800.00 [Appr.: US$ 6209.43 | £UK 4953 | JP¥ 951722]
Catalogue: Design
Keywords: Design, art deco, design, costumes, fashion, theatre, theater, french, play, art, lithographs, illustration, teater, mode,

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