Les Frères Zemganno. Eaux-Fortes Dessinées Et Gravées Par Auguste Brouet.
Illustrated book, illustrated with 66 original etchings, including 15 full-page and hors-texte. The etchings depict circus life, which Brouet--whose focus was always on marginalized segments of society--proves very adept at handling.
28.5 x 20 x 0 cm
From a total edition of 210 copies, this is one of 160 numbered copies beautifully printed on fine handmade Dutch laid paper
Top edge gilt, other edges uncut. Original wraps and backstrip bound in. A little almost imperceptible wear to binding, else FINE AND BRIGHT
Born in 1872 in Paris, Auguste Brouet was a French artist and illustrator known for his large-scale etchings and illustrations for numerous books.Read More
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