1359 - 1565 FINE PRINTING and ILLUSTRATED BOOKS (including CARICATURE)
- Owner's stamp on title-p. and verso first free endpaper; vague owner's entry on list of contents. Otherwise a very fine copy.
= Hughey 29a.
- Sl. foxed; a few plates creased in lower left corner (1x worse). Lower half of spine dam. and w. traces of tape on both covers from former repair.
Valentiner, R. Rembrandt Kalenderboek voor 1906. Introd. C. Hofstede de Groot. Amst., Meulenhoff, n.d. (1905), 48p., tipped-in (tinted) plates, ills. by REMBRANDT, bookdec., ills., calendar and orig. cl. w. vignette by J.G. VELDHEER, 4to.
- Frontcover trifle duststained in top margin. Good/ fine copy.
= Published on occasion of the Rembrandt-year 1906.
- Corners and spine-ends of box rubbed. Contents very fine.
= One of the first 15 numbered copies printed on Japon nacré, signed by the artist, the author and the publisher, and containing extra suites of (a) a double-page lithographed plate, SIGNED in pen and ink by the artist, (b) the four double-paged. woodengraved plates without the colour engraving on japanese, (c) the same suite with colour engraving on "vélin d'Arches" and (d) the 13 single-p. and double-p. lithograped plates on "vélin d'Arches". Monod 5989.
- Partly (vaguely) foxed, especially vol.2. Slipcases partly dam. = Monod 11340; The Artist & the Book 281. Massive publication.
- Plates in fine condition. Textp. offsetting from plates. Wr. partly sl. frayed. = Striking Art Deco plates.
- Sl. rubbed/ worn along extremities. = Bréon, p.92.
- Fine copies. = Erotisch Panopticum 5-8.
Reym, K.E. van. Het slaapmiddel. Ibid., idem, 1975, 21,(3)p., printed in 100 numb. copies, orig. wr. Piccardt, E. Sperma en tranen. Ibid., idem, 1976, 44,(4)p., printed in 100 numb. copies, orig. wr.
- Both fine. = Erotisch Panopticum 1 and 2.
ADDED: 4 others.
- Free endpapers w. offsetting from pastedowns; vague crack in backstrip; joints sl. rubbed; covers somewhat thumbed.
= With a loosely inserted errata-leaflet. Franklin p.257; Tomkinson 2.
= One of 50 numb. copies with an extra suite of the lithographs on grand vélin de Rives. Monod 10307.
- Title sl. foxed. = One of 12 copies H.C. for the collaborators.
- Slipcase w. sl. shelfworn spots. Very fine copy. = Monod 5241.
- Upper joint chemise starting.
- Occas. (sl.) foxed.
= C. ANDRIESSEN, (Untitled)/ (Untitled) (2 tinted (in red and in grey-blue) woodcuts, 55,7x18/ 33x39 cm., atached to paper mounts, both woodcuts signed, dated "1998" and numb. in pencil), each with autograph signed poem by ANNA ENQUIST ("Excursie I " and "Excursie II");
H. ANDRINGA, "Even"/ "De merel" (2 etchings with some watercolour, both 27x20,7 cm., both etchings signed, dated, numb. and "ets/ aquarel" in pencil), each with autograph signed poem by EVA GERLACH ("Ontwaken" (vaguely foxed) and "Even");
S. BAKKER, (Untitled)/ (Untitled) (2 col. etchings with aquatint, both ±28x15,7 cm., both etchings signed "Ed. Sjoerd Bakker", dated and numb. in pencil, with artist's stamp in red), each with autograph signed poem by TH.A. SONTROP ("Wat wit is, rond en kwetsbaar (...)" and "Wie rood is, zwaar gepanserd (...)");
D. CASSÉE, (Untitled)/ (Untitled) (2 col. screenprints, each 49,7x14,7 cm., screenprints attached to paper mount, signed "Cassée 98" and numb. in pencil on the mount), each with autograph signed poem by HENK J. BERNLEF ("Kleuren tussen alle kleuren in (...)" and "De bleke berk staart ontbladerd (...)");
H. GORDIJN, (Untitled)/ (Untitled) (2 etchings in brown, 29,7x23,3/ 29,2x23,6 cm., both etchings signed "Herman Gordijn" and numb. in pencil), each with autograph signed poem by GERRIT KOMRIJ ("Alles blijft" and "Waar ik van hou");
D. VAN HAL, "De komst van de Koning"/ "Nikè" (2 col. relief prints, 27,5x16/ 26,8x16 cm., both signed "Diana van Hal 98", titled and numb. in pencil), each with autograph signed poem by JAN EIJKELBOOM ("De komst van de Koning" and "Nikè (fragment)");
F. DE JONG, (Untitled)/ (Untitled) (2 col. stencilprints, both 49x31,5 cm., both prints signed "Frans de Jong" and numb. in pencil), each with autograph signed poem by RUTGER KOPLAND ("Het dal" and "Een zeug vertelt");
R. LUCASSEN, "Praag Bild 998"/ "Prg en Bild 2 998" (2 etchings, both 28,3x21,6 cm., both etchings signed, "Lucassen 98" and numb. in pencil, both titled in the plate), each with autograph poem by H.H. TER BALKT ("De houtkist" and "Tycho Brahe");
T. NIERMEIJER, (Untitled)/ (Untitled) (2 watercolours/ gouaches, both 56x39,8 cm., both monogrammed "T.N.'98" in pencil. One w. tear), each with autograph signed poem by SIMON VINKENOOG ("Op mijn handschrift" and "Intiem");
R. NIJBURG, "Het slotakkoord"/ "Dubbele grote morgen" (2 handcol. etchings, both ±17,7x23,5 cm., both signed "Rinke Nijburg", both titled, "1998" and numb. in pencil), each with autograph signed poem by REMCO CAMPERT ("Schietgebed" and "Is het er?");
V. VAN OJEN, (Untitled) (Untitled) (2 col. woodcuts, both 37x27,2 cm., both woodcuts signed "v Ojen 98" and numb. in pencil), each with autograph signed poem by ED LEEFLANG ("Donor" and "Van onbekend merk");
W.T. SCHIPPERS, (Untitled)/ (Untitled) (2 col. serigraphs (1x w. collage), 40,1x28/ 41x29,2 cm., both attached to mount and both prints signed "Wim T. Schippers", dated and numb. in pencil), each with autograph signed poem by HUGO CLAUS ("D'r" and "Polonaise");
R. TOLMAN, (Untitled)/ (Untitled) (2 col. etchings with aquatint, both 23,5x20 cm., both signed "Roland Tolman", dated and numb. in pencil), each with autograph poem by ESTHER JANSMA ("Raam in de lucht" and "Europa");
F.M. WOUDSTRA, (Untitled)/ (Untitled) (2 col. etchings, 39,2x24,8/ 38,9x24,7 cm., both signed and numb. in pencil), each with autograph signed poem by KEES VAN KOOTEN ("Verrekijken" and "Zien te bekijken").
- Htitle mounted onto first free endpaper; a few lvs. sl. foxed/ soiled. Corners worn; upper joint splitting at foot of spine.
= Cf. Gumuchian 2799 (1st ed. Paris, 1847); Vicaire III, p.133-135; Brivois 147; Carteret III, p.286 (earlier eds.); Ray, p.268-279: "By preference, however, he still turned towards the strange and wonderful images that came to him during the night, images reflected in his two final volumes of phantasies, both illustrated with colored steel engravings, Les fleurs animées and Les étoiles." Adhémar, Introd. l'Oeuvre graphique (1975), I, 7: "a large part of modern art, from expressionism to surrealism, has come from his images".
- Sl. foxed almost throughout (a few quires w. somewhat heavier foxing); one leaf inkstained.
= Vicaire IV, p.898; Carteret III, p.358; Sander 404.
= With 6 loosely inserted woodcuts "Musikanten (zwei Blätter)", "Das Paar", "Blumenstrauß", "Überlebender" and "Noah und die Kreatur", each ±42x27 cm., signed "Grieshaber" and "68/290", together in orig. wr., folio.
= With 4 loosely inserted woodcuts "Wald", "Sturzflag", "Pan" and "Engel", each 19x25 cm., each signed "Grieshaber" and "243/290", each ±42x27 cm., together in orig. wr., folio.
= Fürst 65b.
Wyszynski, St. Kreuzweg. Meditationen. Berlin, Rembrandt Verlag, (1967), no pagiantion, 14 orig. woodcuts (partly col.) by HAP GRIESHABER, printed in 3000 numb. copies, text in Polish and English, orig. cl. w. (dam.) dustwr., folio.
= Fürst 67/19-67/32.
Idem and Moltmann, J. Kreuzwege. Basel/ Vienna, Herder, 1979, no pagination, (col.) (full-p.) ills. and orig. cl. in orig. dec. board slipcase by HAP GRIESHABER, folio. - AND 6 others illustrated by the same, all in orig. bindings w. woodcuts by HAP GRIESHABER.