Bredt, E.W. DIE DREI GALANTEN MEISTER VON VALENCIENNES.
2 volumes. Munich Hugo Schmidt 1921 12mo. paper-covered boards, top edge stained green. 115; 111+(1) pages. A study of three artists - illustrators: Jean-Antoine Watteau (1684-1721), Jean-Baptiste-Joseph Pater (1695-1736), and Charles Eisen. Watteau, one of the key figures of Rococo art, is most associated with the fête galante. Pater was Watteau's only pupil; all three artists were natives of Valenciennes. Illustrated. Corners slightly bumped. Chipped along hinge. Price: $ 15.00
Order nr. 48415
(Illuminated Manuscripts) Bange, E. F. EINE BAYERISCHE MALERSCHULE DES XI. UND XII. JAHRHUNDERTS.
Münich Hugo Schmidt, (1923) 4to. original half vellum, printed paper-covered boards. 168 pages. First edition. With 186 illustrations of miniatures taken from early illuminated manuscripts. Includes some illustrations of early bookbindings. Covers soiled. Price: $ 15.00
Order nr. 80556
(Schmidt, Hugo) AUS DER WERKSTATT, EIN TATIGSKEITSBERICHT DES VERLAGS.
München Hugo Schmidt 1924/25 small 8vo. paper wrappers. (ii), 370 pages, with 13 additional leaves of illustrations. A progress report on the work of the publisher Hugo Schmidt 1912-1924. Illustrated and indexed. Spine faded. Corners bumped. Wear to front hinge. Price: $ 30.00
Order nr. 50990