May 13, 2020
Quatorze planches gravees pour Les fleurs du mal.
Paris: L'Etoile Filante, 1966.
WITH FOURTEEN LARGE FOLIO HORS-TEXTE ORIGINAL AQUATINTS BY GEORGES ROUAULT.
Rouault executed the 14 plates in 1926. Jacquemin printed 500 impressions of each in 1927 for Ambroise Vollard, who kept them until his premature death.
In 1966 the book was finally published (using the original 1927 impressions, of course). Since many of the impressions had suffered some sort of damage, only 425 copies could be issued.
Printed on fine Arches wove paper.
Large folio (47.2 x 36.5 cm).
Loose as issued in original chemise and slipcase. FINE AND BRIGHT, WITH NO DEFECTS.
Chapon & Rouault 214-227.
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