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QUELQUES BOIS DE LUDOVIC RODO - Pissarro (Ludovic Rodolphe), Houx (Ker - 1919. 
- Avec une glose sur la gravure par Ker-Frank-Houx. [Text in French]. Pp. , illustrated with 17 woodcuts printed in dark brown; tall post 4to; printed brown paper wrappers, stabbed & tied, a trifle soiled, edges lightly creased; Ariste/Editions Georges Cres et Cie, Paris, 1919. One of 200 copies on Verge paper (total edition 225, including 25 not for sale). *Published in conjunction with the art journal \i Ariste. Ludovic Rodolphe Pissarro (1878-1952) was a son of Camille Pissarro. Familiarly known as 'Rodo', he often signed his works 'Ludovic Rodo.' In 1905, he participated in the first Fauve exhibition at the Salon des Ind\'e9pendents. When war broke out, he moved to London, where he worked closely with his brother Lucien. He is perhaps best remembered for compiling the definitive catalogue of his father\rquote s paintings, published in two volumes in 1939\lang1033 . Ker-Frank-Houx was a pseudonym of the writer and printer Francois Donker (1885-1922), who also wrote as Frank Julius. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
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