Charlotte Du Rietz Rare Books (ILAB): Hungary
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 [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 Sgaud. 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 dcoration moderne" issued about 1900.
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Book number: 100760
€  750.00 [Appr.: US$ 898.75 | £UK 649.5 | JP 97769]
Catalogue: Hungary
Keywords: Hungary, art nouveau, jugend, design, exploration, france, french, decoratif, decoration, konst, art, textiles, textile,

 [ BAIL, FRANCIS WILLIAM ]:, [HUNGARIAN MANUSCRIPT] Hajnal Leânya. Hindu Rege. (Heifer of the Dawn. Hindu Legend). 20th century.
[ BAIL, FRANCIS WILLIAM ]:
[HUNGARIAN MANUSCRIPT] Hajnal Leânya. Hindu Rege. (Heifer of the Dawn. Hindu Legend). 20th century.
. Illustrated manuscript with text in Hungarian. Beautiful handwriting accompanied by lovely watercolour illustrations. Size: 15.7 x 18.8 cm. Pp. 61. Contemporary green cloth with painted colour illustration on upper cover, pretty floral end papers. Inscription dated 1958 on free front end paper. A fictional "Hindu" tale written by Francis William Bail, a British writer and an expert in Sanskrit literature. He wrote fantasy stories that he claimed were translated from ancient Sanskrit tales, but eventually it turned out that he had written the fairy tales himself.
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Book number: 121036
€  800.00 [Appr.: US$ 958.66 | £UK 692.75 | JP 104287]
Catalogue: Hungary
Keywords: Hungary, Hungarian, Hungary, illustrated, Hindu legend, Indian, India, asia, asien, asiatic, literature,

 BALÇZS, BÉLA / KOZMA, LAJOS (ILL.):, Testvérorszâg. A j gyerekeknek mesélte karâcsonyra (Sister country. Told for the good children). Gyoma, Kner Izidor, 1918.
BALÇZS, BÉLA / KOZMA, LAJOS (ILL.):
Testvérorszâg. A j gyerekeknek mesélte karâcsonyra (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 btorokl". Bla Balzs was a Hungarian - Jewish film critic, writer and poet. He was the writer of the scenario for Bartk'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.
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Book number: 120337
€  550.00 [Appr.: US$ 659.08 | £UK 476.5 | JP 71697]
Catalogue: Hungary
Keywords: Hungary, children, literature, art nouveau, juvenile, barnbok, hungry, hungrian, ungern

 BIZOZERI, D. SIMPLICIANO:, Ungria Restaurada compendiosa noticia, de dos tiempos: del Passado. Baxo el Jugo de la Tirania Othomana, del presente, Baxo el Dominio catholico de Leopoldo II. de Austria. Felices sucessos de us Armas Cesareas, en el Reyno de Croacia, y principado de Transylvania. Barcelona, Martin Gelabert, 1688.
BIZOZERI, D. SIMPLICIANO:
Ungria Restaurada compendiosa noticia, de dos tiempos: del Passado. Baxo el Jugo de la Tirania Othomana, del presente, Baxo el Dominio catholico de Leopoldo II. de Austria. Felices sucessos de us Armas Cesareas, en el Reyno de Croacia, y principado de Transylvania. Barcelona, Martin Gelabert, 1688.
. Pp. (vi), 280, (8). With 44 engraved plates, of which 7 are portraits and 37 city-views, some folding. Margins trimmed, first forty leaves with wormholes in outer margin, of which first five repaired, no text loss. Partly with some light water staining. Nicely rebound to period style full calf, gilt floral dentelles on covers, spine decorated and lettered in gilt (by B. Middleton). An important account of the campaign against the Ottomans by the Princes of the Holy Roman Empire under the Emperor Leopold I, and of the Imperial army in Croatia and Transylvania. First published in Italian (Milan 1685) without illustrations. Apponyi, Hungarica, 1342. Palau 30049, p. 231: "Obras mas estimada en el extranjero qu en Espana". Pallau calls for 38 plates only.
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Book number: 26047
€  2000.00 [Appr.: US$ 2396.66 | £UK 1732 | JP 260717]
Catalogue: Hungary
Keywords: Hungary, hungary, croatia, transylvania, travel, voyage, exploration, explore

 
BOLDÉNYI (BOLDENYI), J. (EDITOR):
Ungern i pittoreskt, historiskt, litteraert, artisktiskt och monumentalt haenseende. Stockholm 1852.
. 4to. Pp. 197; 132. With 33 plates (of which 8 are coloured costume plates). Contemporary half calf, gilt, rubbed. A Swedish translation of "Hongrie ancienne et moderne". Boldnyi is a pseudonym for Pl Szab. Not in Colas or Lipperheide.
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Book number: 13129
€  160.00 [Appr.: US$ 191.73 | £UK 138.75 | JP 20857]
Catalogue: Hungary
Keywords: Hungary, europa, europe, hungary, history, literature, hongrie, ungarn

 
BORN, INIGO (IGNAZ) DE:
Voyage minéralogique fait en Hongrie et en Transilvanie. Traduit de l'allemand, avec quelques notes, par M. Monnet, Inspecteur-Général des Mines de France, des Académies Royales des Scienes de Stockholm, de Turin, &c. &c. Paris 1780.
. 12mo. Pp. xvi, (iv), 406. Contemporary calf, spine richly gilt with five raised bands and title-label. A description, in the form of letters, of mines and mountains in the Bannat of Temeswar, Transilvania and Hungary. The author, a famous mineralogist, was born in Transilvania. Poggendorff i,242.
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Book number: 26029
€  880.00 [Appr.: US$ 1054.53 | £UK 762.25 | JP 114715]
Catalogue: Hungary
Keywords: Hungary, hungary, transilvania, hungarian, travel, exploration, explore, europe, european, mineral,

 GYÖRFFY, ISTVÇN [HUNGARIAN FOLKLORE]:, Magyar népi hmzések (Hungarian Folk Embroideries). I: A Cifraszür (The Ornamental Shepherd's Cloak) (all publ.). Budapest, Jszsef Kertész, 1930.
GYÖRFFY, ISTVÇN [HUNGARIAN FOLKLORE]:
Magyar népi hmzések (Hungarian Folk Embroideries). I: A Cifraszür (The Ornamental Shepherd's Cloak) (all publ.). Budapest, Jszsef Kertész, 1930.
. Pp. 223. With 168 plates, of which 80 are b/w and 88 coloured plates pasted in, and two hundred illustrations in the text. The coloured plates have printed captions in Hungarian and German. Some browning to the paper. Some coloured plates (nos 29-36) are bound upside down. Half cloth on marbled paper boards which seems to be contemporary. Original printed front wrapper with pasted vignette bound in. First edition of this comprehensive monograph of the Hungarian szr, the traditional shepherd's mantle, decorated with the typical stylised floral ornamentation. Gyrffy worked for two decades on this work and collected more than one hundred coats during his travels. Now housed at the National Museum in Budapest. He studied extensively the historical material of the felt mantles, the technical tricks of the craft, and the method of sewing and ornamentation. Gyrrffy describes the different coat styles and types of flower decoration depending on the area, including Bihar county, Transylvania, the "Kunsg", the "Hajdsg", Debrecen, Upper Hungary and Transdanubia. Rare and interesting work of traditional Hungarian folk embroidery with strikingly colourful illustrations.
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Book number: 121134
€  850.00 [Appr.: US$ 1018.58 | £UK 736.25 | JP 110805]
Catalogue: Hungary
Keywords: Hungary, hungarian, hungary, ungern, embroidery, textile, design, folklore, handicraft, folk costume,

 
HOLME, CHARLES:
Peasant Art in Austria and Hungary. London, etc, "the Studio", 1911.
. Pp. (x), 54. With more than 800 illustrations, of which some coloured. Contemporary half calf, spine ruled and lettered in gilt, lightly rubbed, beautiful marbled end papers, bookplate. First edition of this comprehensive work. It's illustrated with pictures of houses, furnitures, pottery, metal work, embroidery, lace, jewellery, dresses etc from the different regions within the countries. For example from Tyrol, Salzburg, Bohemia, Styria, Silesia, Moravia, Galicia, Dalmatia and Bosnia in Austria and Transylvania, Croatia and Slavonia in Hungary.
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Book number: 100669
€  200.00 [Appr.: US$ 239.67 | £UK 173.25 | JP 26072]
Catalogue: Hungary
Keywords: Hungary, hungary, hungarian, austria, austrian, sterrrike, ungern, europe, peasant, art, textiles,

 
BIBLIA HUNGARIAN.
BIBLIA HUNGARIAN. Szent Biblia, Azaz: Istennek és j. Testamentomâban foglaltatott egész szent irâs. Magyar Nyelvre fordittatott Kâroli Gâspâr âltal. Pest (Vienna?), Kiadja Reichard, 1867.
. Pp. 894; 294. Old ownership signature on title. Contemporary blindstamped cloth, spine lettered in gilt and with a gilt monogram of Arconati-Visconti. A beautiful binding, somewhat rubbed. Copy of Arconati-Visconti, Italian 19th century Orientalist and traveller. Darlow & Moule 5436.
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Book number: 35008
€  270.00 [Appr.: US$ 323.55 | £UK 234 | JP 35197]
Catalogue: Hungary
Keywords: Hungary, hungarian, europe, europa

 LIPPICH, ELEK KORONGHI:, Koronghi Lippich, Elek Költeményei. 1880-1902. Kriesch Aladâr és Nagy Sândor Rajzaival. [Budapest], Pallas, 1903.
LIPPICH, ELEK KORONGHI:
Koronghi Lippich, Elek Költeményei. 1880-1902. Kriesch Aladâr és Nagy Sândor 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, Sndor Nagy and Aladr (Krsfi-) Kriesch, were the founders of the art colony at Gdll, 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.
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Book number: 120373
€  900.00 [Appr.: US$ 1078.5 | £UK 779.5 | JP 117322]
Catalogue: Hungary
Keywords: Hungary, hungary, ungern, hungarian, art nouveau, art, illustrations, poem, literature,

 MEDGYES, LÇSZLÎ:, Aranyfüst (Gold Leaf). Budapest, Râth Mr, 1913.
MEDGYES, LÇSZLÎ:
Aranyfüst (Gold Leaf). Budapest, Râth Mr, 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. Lszl 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 Thatre" 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: Rezs 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.
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Book number: 120499
€  2200.00 [Appr.: US$ 2636.33 | £UK 1905.25 | JP 286788]
Catalogue: Hungary
Keywords: Hungary, hungary, hungarian, ungern, europe, european, art nouveau, illustrated, design,

 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, occasionally some light staining, but overall a fine set. 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$ 2636.33 | £UK 1905.25 | JP 286788]
Catalogue: Hungary
Keywords: Hungary, hungary, hungarian, ungern, art nouveau, art deco, illustrated, lithographs,

 
PALOTAY, GERTRUDE:
Les elements turcs-ottomans des broderies hongroises / Oszmân-Török elemek a Magyar himszésben. Budapest, Magyar Történeti Mzeum, 1940.
. Folio. Pp. 145. Parallel text in French and Hungarian. With fifty full-page plates (of which four in colour) depicting 184 photographic samples of different embroidery patterns on fabrics, clothes, arms, carpets, etc. Publisher's printed wrappers. With dedication by the author. First edition, limited to 400 copies. A comprehensive study devoted to various Turkish-Ottoman textile patterns in comparison with traditional Hungarian embroidery. (Bibl. Humanitatis Historica. VI.)
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Book number: 120375
€  550.00 [Appr.: US$ 659.08 | £UK 476.5 | JP 71697]
Catalogue: Hungary
Keywords: Hungary, textile, textiles, design, embroidery, hungary, ungern, hungarian, illustrated,

 TAGORE, RABINDRANATH:, [A collection of Hungarian translations of Tagore's poetical works]. Budapest, Vilâgirodalom (Otthon) 1921 & Pantheon Irodalmi Intézet (Globus) 1922.
TAGORE, RABINDRANATH:
[A collection of Hungarian translations of Tagore's poetical works]. Budapest, Vilâgirodalom (Otthon) 1921 & Pantheon Irodalmi Intézet (Globus) 1922.
. The collection comprises following works: 1. A postahivatal. A lettemny. Szerencst hozo pillanat. l vagy halott? (The Post Office. The Trust Property. The Auspicious Vision. Living or Dead?). Translated by Zoltn Bartos and Mrton Srmay. Budapest, Vilgirodalom (Otthon) 1921. Pp. 190, (2). Uncut in original decorated wrappers, slightly worn. 2. hes Kvek (The Hungry Stone). Translated by Zoltn Bartos. Budapest, Pantheon Irodalmi Intzet (Globus), 1922. Pp. 243. Original decorated wrappers, spine slightly worn. 3. Szret (Fruit-Gathering). Translated by Zoltn Bartos.Budapest, Pantheon Irodalmi Intzet, 1922. Pp. 133. Original decorated wrappers. 4. Mashi (Mashi). Translated by Mrton Srmay. Budapest, Pantheon Irodalmi Intzet (Globus), 1922. Pp. 17, (3). Original decorated wrappers, slightly worn. 5. Eltvedt madarak. (Stray Birds). Translated by Zoltn Bartos. Budapest, Pantheon Irodalmi Intzet (Global), 1922. Pp. 94, (2). Original decorated wrappers. 6. Szerelmi Ajndk. (Lover's Gift and Crossing). Translated by Zoltn Bartos. Budapest, Pantheon Irodalmi Intzet (Global), 1922. Pp. 90, (2). Original decorated wrappers. 7. Nvekv Hold. (Sisu: The Crescent Moon). Translated by Ben Zsoldos. Budapest, Pantheon Iradalmi Intzet, 1922. Pp. 112, (4). Original decorated wrappers, spine lightly worn. 8. Hazatrs. (The Home-Coming). Translated by Mrton Srmay. Budapest, Pantheon Irodalmi Intzet (Otthon), 1922. Pp. 125, (3). Original decorated wrappers, with light wear. Rabindranath Tagore (1861-1941), renowned Bengali poet, novelist, educator and composer has been considered to be the greatest writer in modern Indian literature. Tagore won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1913 as the first Asian recipient. A charming decorative set of Tagore's Bengali poetry, the first translations into Hungarian. The beautiful covers with Indian-style ornamentation are designed by lmos Jaschik (1885-1950), a renowned Hungarian graphic artist and scenic designer.
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Book number: 120687
€  1850.00 [Appr.: US$ 2216.91 | £UK 1602 | JP 241163]
Catalogue: Hungary
Keywords: Hungary, indian, india, indien, hungary, hungarian, literature, poetry, bengali, asia, asie, asien, asiatic,

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