Robinson, Edwin Arlington.
First limited edition, limited to 226 copies. Signed on colophon by author. Hogan: a Bibliography of E.A. Robinson, p.45-6. Robinson's lengthy poem about an artist who tries to give up art but finds that he cannot give up visions. Partly unopened. Slipcase soiled.
More On This Subject - -
> PUBLISHING HISTORY, TWENTIETH CENTURY
See other books from the same collection - -
> from the collection of Norman Blaustein
Books of related interests - -
> IN FRANCE
> Woolmer, J. Howard, THE POETRY BOOKSHOP, 1912-1935: A BIBLIOGRAPHY.
> Ritchie, Ward., THEODORE LILIENTHAL, ROBINSON JEFFERS AND THE QUERCUS PRESS.
CHANTILLY, NOTICES DES PEINTURES, LES QUARANTE FOUQUET
by Gruyer, F.A.
First edition. A monograph of the art of Jean Fouquet (c. 1420-1480), the famous French court artist of the 15th century who worked for Louis XI. Elaborately illustrated with 40 engraved plates. From the library of Baron Alphonse Chodron de Courcel. Some staining to boards. Sunning to spine. Occasional pale foxing. With the small bookplate of C.G. Rosenberg & Co. Ltd., London on the front pastedown. With the small private booklabel of H.P.K. (Kraus) affixed to the front pastedown.