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        Beyond A Boundary

      London: Hutchinson, 1963., 1963. First Edition. Octavo, pp. 256. Black cloth with gilt titles to spine, in pictorial dustjacket designed by Peter Chadwick. A fascinating memoir on cricket which mixes social commentary with commentary on the game, arguing that what happened inside the "Boundary Line" in cricket affected life beyond it, as well as the converse. Neat ownership signature to the title page, dustwrapper is price clipped, with some slight creasing and nicking to the top and bottom edges, some light wear, very slightly tanned to spine, white rear panel shows some marking. A very good copy.

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books]
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        THE SHAGGY DOG AND OTHER MURDERS

      New York: E.P. Dutton & Co., Inc., 1963., 1963. First edition. Fine in dust jacket with a hint of wear to the foot of spine. Ten short stories that deserve attention. Includes The Shaggy Dog Murders featuring a large dog that looks friendly but death seems to be present when it's around; Life and Fire and Whistler's Murder feature Henry Smith, an insurance salesman, who picks his clients poorly; they range from a gang of kidnappers to a murder suspect; Teacup Trouble is a humorous tale about a pickpocket who meets more than his match when he takes in a kleptomaniac as a roommate; Good Night, Good Knight is the story of an elegant Bowery bum, whose ambition is to act the role he lives as a blackmailer. In Beware of the Dog a friendly animal becomes more of a detriment than a hostile one; a modern-day boy starting on a life of crime discovers the value of old-fashioned ways in Little Boy Lost; Satan One-And-A-Half shows that dead cats can go visiting; Tell 'Em, Pagliaccio! proves how nice it is that an elephant never forgets. The final story, Nothing Sinister, demonstrates why men should be more suspicious of stray bullets. An elusive title and a sharp copy.

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        Nureyev, an Autobiography with Pictures Signed by Nureyev [with] a signed Fonteyn Arias Royal Ballet program

      New York:: E. P. Dutton,. 1963.. First edition. Hardcover. Very good condition. The signed autobiography of Dame Margot Fonteyn's favorite ballet partner, Rudolf Nureyev. Fonteyn's greatest artistic partnership began in 1962 when the two performed together for the first time in "Giselle". She was 19 years older, but the performance was brilliant. The two were dance partners and lifelong friends. They danced together in many performances with Ashton?'s ?"Marguerite and Armand?" being the ne plus ultra for which the audience demanded twenty and more curtain calls. Signed by Nureyev at the photograph at p89 [with] a signed Margot Fonteyn program of the Royal Ballet at the Metropolitan Opera House, April 21 through May 16, 1965. The program with the second page torn away, and with a small circular hole punched at top corner. 8vo, 160pp, photographed by Richard Avedon and others. Blue silver gilt cloth, with silver gilt title at spine. Pictorial mylar protected, not price clipped. Dust jacket faintly rubbed at spine ends. Internally, very good condition.

      [Bookseller: Antipodean Books, Maps & Prints]
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        Old St. Mary's [San Francisco]

      San Francisco: Circa 1963. Oil on canvas. Signed lower right. 30 x 24 inches. Unframed. John J. Payne (1928-1999) was a San Francisco based artist. He studied with Lorser Feitelson at the Art Center College of Design in Los Angeles. Payne painted in a naif and hard edge style. He exhibited in the Tillman Place Gallery and the Maxwell Gallery in the 1950s and 1960s. The artist's sister, Frances Payne, PhD, numbered each of the artist's works. This is Work no. 101.

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        V

      Philadelphia, PA: J. B. Lippincott Company. Very Good+ in Very Good+ dust jacket. 1963. 1st Edition; 1st Printing. Hardcover. This book is in Very Good+ condition and has a Very Good+ to Near Fine- dust jacket. The book and its contents are in mostly clean, bright condition. There is some light fading to the edges of the book covers at the top edge, and along the bottom spine end. The bottom edge of the front panel has some beginning glue residue from a previous dust jacket protector. The text pages are clean and bright. The dust jacket has some beginning edge tears and nicks, some beginning wrinkling to the top front panel and top rear panel. There is only a hint of fading to the spine of the dust jacket. This is a First Edition, First State dust jacket with no reviews on real panel and a $5.95 price on the bottom corner of the front flap. This book was the winner of the Faulkner Foundation Award for best first novel of the year. "This will almost certainly be the most original novel published in 1963. It is a wild, macabre tale of the twentieth century and of two men." .

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        Oiseaux EDITION ORIGINALE Tirage de tête

      Paris: Gallimard, 1963. Fine. Gallimard, Paris 1963, 19,5x26,5cm, broché. - Edition, a 35 numbered copies on vellum of Holland paper, head drawing. Very nice copy as published. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, un des 35 exemplaires numérotés sur vélin de Hollande, tirage de tête. Très bel exemplaire tel que paru.

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        LIVING ARTS. Volume 2. Archigram Issue.

      London: Institute of Contemporary Arts 1963 - First and only edition of the most desirable issue of Living Arts. An excellent near fine copy, the covers showing light rubbing at the extremities, the contents clean and fine throughout. Contains the Archigram / Living City architectural feature by Warren Chalk, Peter Cook, Dennis Crompton, Ben Fether, David Greene, Ron Herron, Peter Taylor and Michael Webb. Further details and images for any of the items listed are available on request. Lucius Books welcomes direct contact with our customers.

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        Planet of the Apes

      New York: The Vanguard Press, 1963. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First Edition, First Printing. In Near Fine condition, in a Very Good dust jacket with price of $4.50 intact. Light strip of sunning to top edge of boards, light lean to spine. The dust jacket shows light edge wear, light rubbing, and toning to the spine and edges of the rear panel. Both flaps show a faint red stain. A sharp copy.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        Sienne

      Les Francs-Bibliophiles, Paris 1963 - In-folio, en feuilles, couverture rempliée illustrée, chemise et étui de l'éditeur. 26 burins originaux de Pierre-Yves Trémois, dont 8 sur double page. Tirage unique limité à 195 exemplaires sur vélin pur chiffon d'Arches. Celui-ci nominatif pour Pierre Blum. Cet exemplaire est enrichi d'un grand dessin original à pleine page aquarellé, daté et signé par Trémois, du menu dédicacé à Pierre Blum par l'artiste et d'une des 40 suites complètes des burins originaux, celle-ci une des 25 tirées en réserve sur Auvergne Richard-de-Bas. Bel exemplaire. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Texas Criminal Appeals Reports. Vols. 1-172 (1846-1963)

      1963 - [Texas Criminal Reports]. Vols. 1-172 (1876-1963). Vols. 1 (1876/1877) to vol. 30 (1891/92) published as: Cases argued and adjudged in the Court of Appeals of the State of Texas. Vols. Vol. 31 (1892/93) to vol. 172 (1962/63) published as: Cases argued and adjudged in the Court of Criminal Appeals of the State of Texas. Subtitle varies. Publisher varies. Imprint varies. St. Louis : Soule, Thomas & Wentworth, 1876-1892. [Austin]: State of Texas, 1876-1963. Original law calf, scuffed and worn. Spine lettering pieces: Upper red (title), lower black (reporter). Seventy volumes leatherbound, one hundred two volumes cloth bound. Twenty two volumes repaired with brown tape on spines, ten volumes with detached covers or loose spine labels. Ex-library with stamps on front endpapers and outer edges, small barcode label on inside front covers. Interior clean. * Reporters: v. 31-44, J.P. White; v. 45-98, R. Kleberg; v. 98-112, W.W. Nelms; v. 113-122, W.C. Wear; v. 122-149, G. Calhoun; v. 150-172, C.A. Wheeler./ Imprint varies./ Subtitle varies. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        POETES

      Belves (Dordogne): Pierre Vorms, 1963. First edition, limited to 120 copies on Velin d'Arches, this no. 17(?) Signed by Masereel. Fine, unopened. First edition, limited to 120 copies on Velin d'Arches, this no. 17(?) Signed by Masereel. Quarto. Unpaged (96pp). 40 original woodcuts. Bound in printed wrappers. Avermaete no.52.

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        Barakei [Killed by Roses.]

      Tokyo: Shuei-sha,, 1963. Folio. Original pictorial boards, black endpapers. With the original glassine jacket and housed in the cardboard slipcase as issued. 4 colour illustrations on rice paper, 43 full-page half-tone photographs of which 2 folding. Japanese bookseller's ticket to the rear free endpaper. An excellent copy in the slightly chipped glassine wrapper and rubbed slipcase. First edition of this "remarkable collaboration between Eikoh Hosoe and Yukio Mushima … a truly disturbing book, the product of a powerful if warped mind at work" (Parr & Badger), and seldom seen in this condition, this copy signed by Hosoe and Mishima on the red limitation leaf tipped in as issued. Both this first edition and the second are also highly significant "because they were designed by the two most influential Japanese graphic designers of the postwars years", respectively Kohei Sugiura and Tadanori Yokoo, each being an original working of the material in its own right.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Edition Suhrkamp Band 1 bis 500.

      Ffm., Suhrkamp, 1963-1984.. 497 Nummern (die Nummern 460,475 und 493 sind nicht erschienen). Kl. 8°. Tausende Seiten. OBroschur und OBroschur mit Schutzumschlag von Willy Fleckhaus. Bis auf einzelne Bände mit kleineren Gebrauchsspuren schöne, gut erhaltene Reihe. Papier z.T. minimal vergilbt.. Meist Erste Ausgaben. * Vereint Literatur, Philosophie und gesellschaftliche Aufklärung in einer die Generationen der sechziger und siebziger Jahre, wie keine andere, prägenden Reihe. Adorno, Beckett, Benjamin, Bernhard, Brecht, Eich, Enzensberger, Frisch, Handke, Hildesheimer, Horkheimer, Jens, Marcuse, Mayer, Sachs, Walser u.a. in regebogenfarbenem Gewand. Es liegen bei: die später erschienenen Bände von Brecht, die Nummern von früher erschienen Bände ersetzten.

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        The Spy Who Came In From The Cold

      London: Victor Gollancz, 1963., 1963. FIRST EDITION. Octavo, pp.222. Publisher's blue cloth, gilt titles to spine, original dust-jacket. Trivial handling, minor toning to text block, minor rubbing and dustiness, later ink price (£1.95) added to flap (original price 18/- intact). A crisp, near fine copy of the author's third novel, featuring George Smiley, double-agent Mundt, and burnt-out protagonist Alec Leamas. A monumental novel, The Spy Who Came In From is a revolutionary Cold War -era espionage classic, the first to win both the Crime Writer's Association Gold Dagger and the Mystery Writers of America award, and also listed in the top 200 literary works since 1950. The author's breakthough, which firmly established an alternative form to the James Bond cult and a new type of hero. Graham Greene considered it the best spy story he ever read and J.B. Priestley wrote that the book was 'superbly constructed with an atmosphere of chilly hell.' The novel won Le Carré the Somerset Maugham Award. He later won the James Tait Black Memorial Prize, one of the oldest and most prestigious book awards in Britain. Callil & Toibin; Modern Library. (200 Best Novels in English since 1950) Cooper & Pike; Detective Fiction [p.324]. Listed in Time Magazine; 100 Best Modern Novels.

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        Chagall Lithograph. Und: Lithograph II. 1957-1962. - 2 Bände.

      André Sauret, Monte Carlo 1963 - 4to. Mit 24 ganzs. Orig.-Lithographien (17 farb., davon 2 jew. auf d. Umschlag) sowie 191/185 teils farb. Katalogabb. 220 S., 1 Bl.; 208 S., 1 Bl. OLwd. m. geprägt. Deckel- u. Rückentitel sowie OSchutzumschlag u. Transparentumschlag. Erste Ausgabe, hier in deutsch. - Frisches Ex. der seltenen ersten zwei Bände (von 6). gr. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Portrait of Myself

      New York: Simon and Schuster,, 1963. Quarto. Original black cloth-backed green boards, titles to spine in green, reproduction of author's signature blocked to front board in black. With the photographic dust jacket. Together with: typed letter signed by the author, two typed letters signed from Time magazine to Wilma Smith Leland, all on A4 laid paper; silver gelatin print of the author (138 × 106 mm); 6 promotional photogravures for the University of Columbia from photographs by Bourke-White with her facsimile signature (143 × 85 mm). Housed in a custom quarter black morocco solander box. Illustrated with some 70 half-tone photographs as plates and to the text. Extremities negligibly bumped. An excellent copy in the price-clipped dust jacket lightly chipped at head and foot of spine and a touch rubbed along extremities. Silver gelatin print faintly creased along top-right corner with pencil annotations and ink-stamp on verso, Time letters tanned along top edge, otherwise clean and crisp, photogravures excellent. First edition, first printing, presentation copy inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper in blue ink, "For: Wilma Smith Leland, my dear friend of long ago, Sincerely Margaret Bourke-White", together with a clutch of ephemera tracing the early days of this relationship, and of Bourke-White's career, 30 years before. Bourke-White first took up photography as a hobby while at university. She studied at Columbia and Michigan before eventually graduating from Cornell in 1927 and establishing herself as an industrial and architectural photographer. "She soon gained a reputation for originality, and in 1929 the publisher Henry Luce hired her for his new Fortune magazine. In 1930 Fortune sent Bourke-White to photograph the Krupp Iron Works in Germany, and she continued on her own to photograph the First Five-Year Plan in the Soviet Union" (Ency. Brit.) The first letter in this succinct collection is Bourke-White's typed response to a request for an article, signed by her in blue ink and addressed to "Mrs Leland F. Leland, Alpha Omicrom Pi, 313 Twelfth Street, Neenah, Wisconsin", dated 11 January 1932 and with the letterhead of Bourke-White's New York studio incorporating her signature in facsimile: "Dear Mrs. Leland, Yes indeed I am the same Margaret Bourke-White! In regard to your request for material for an article both by and about me, I am so busy writing articles on my last Russian trip for the New York Times and other magazines that I could hardly squeeze in time to do an article, but if you wish to send someone in to interview me, I shall be very glad to give her a few facts and a photograph or two if you wish. Sincerely yours, Margaret Bourke-White". Leland (née Smith) and Bourke-White were both members of the Alpha Omicron Pi sorority at the universities of Minnesota and Michigan respectively, and Leland would go on to serve the society as National President and editor of its magazine, To Dragma: it seems likely that Leland was hoping to produce a piece if not for To Dragma then for some type of sorority newsletter. While it is unclear whether or not the suggested interview ever took place, two additional typed letters from Time Magazine - dated 25 and 29 February, 1932 - appear to respond to Leland's request for a "cutting" (photograph) of Bourke-White, though this is apparently not the enclosed silver gelatin print of the photographer on the bonnet of a jeep, which on the verso bears the ink-stamp of Life magazine: a title which only began publication in 1936. The final item is a collection of six promotional photogravures of the University of Columbia taken by Bourke-White, presumably dating from her early days as an architectural photographer before she found fame with work done further afield.

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        A Sense of Reality

      London: The Bodley Head, 1963., 1963. Author's own signed copy, with letter. First Edition. Octavo. Bound in publisher's green cloth with gilt titles to spine. Stylized dust wrapper shows titles against an abstract green and black background to front cover, titles in black to spine, with publisher's advertisement to rear cover; unclipped, originally priced 35s. Binding shows minor shelfwear. Dust wrapper equally bright, with trivial rubbing and one small tear to upper. Autographed on title-page, with accompanying statement signed by Greene on headed letter of literary scholar R.A. Gekoski, certifying that this copy was the author's 'own personal file copy, and bears [his] ownership signature'. This is a selection of four short stories, in which Greene experiments with a somewhat more expressionist mode of writing. The stories are preoccupied with dreams, and are thematically in keeping with Greene's novel-length studies of darker psychological and social tension. It represents the author's only fantasy collection, the final story 'A Discovery In the Woods', being Greene's only attempt at science fiction.

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        Le mystère d'Alceste ou qui n'a pas son minotaure? EDITION ORIGINALE Tirage de tête

      Paris: Plon, 1963. Fine. Plon, Paris 1963, 12x19cm, broché. - Original, one of 25 numbered copies on pure wire, only large paper edition. Small bites on the back and some witnesses, otherwise good copy. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, un des 25 exemplaires numérotés sur pur fil, seuls grands papiers. Bel exemplaire.

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        The Robinson Crusoe of Suvarov Island

      1963. First edition. Photo on title-page of Tom Neale. [2], 17 pp. Printed rectos only. 1 vols. 4to. Staple bound, pages a little toned around the edges. Very good. First edition. Photo on title-page of Tom Neale. [2], 17 pp. Printed rectos only. 1 vols. 4to. A KIWI HERMIT ON SUWARRO. [with] PARKINSON, John Jr. Yarns for Davy Jones. Frontispiece & 16 full page illustrations. [viii], 146 pp. 8vo. Privately printed for the author, 1966. First edition. Original red buckram, spine and upper board gilt. Presentation inscription to front free endpaper. Although there had been some notices in the press in the 1950s, The Robinson Crusoe of Suvarov Island is probably the first extended piece on Tom Neale, the New Zealander who spent 15 years in total on Suwarrow. It appears in a much revised format in Yarns for Davy Jones, both of which are very rare and are included here. It also precedes Neale's autobiography, An Island to Oneself, published in 1966. Suvarov (Suwarrow) Island was discovered in 1814 by Mikhail Lazarev. It is half a mile long and 400 yards wide with one of the finest lagoons in the South Pacific. Parkinson spent three days there in 1963 with his wife and Mr and Mrs Drayton Cochrane who were circumnavigating in stages on the Westward. They were surprised to find the island was inhabited. Unknown to all but very few people, Tom Neale, the New Zealand sailor and survivalist, had been living on the island since 1960 and "it was not surprising he talked almost incessantly, chiefly about his experiences on Suvarov." It transpired that this was his second stint on the island, having previously lived there 1952-4. In between visits "he married a Tongan woman and had two children but" Parkinson states, "his return to Suvarov without her is not unusual by South Pacific standards." He remained on the island until 1964. Parkinson's description of their encounter with Neale is one of great admiration and fascination and accordingly filled with details of his life and notes the people who'd visited him over the years. His final and longest stay on the island was from 1967-77. He published an autobiography in 1966 which allowed him to purchase a significant amount of provisions and return to Suwarrow, it was illness that forced him to leave the island. Neale was born in Wellington, in 1902 though moved to Greymouth and then Timaru as a child. He joined the New Zealand navy as an apprentice engineer though bought himself out after four years and commenced his peripatetic life. OCLC locates four copies of Parkinson's Yarns for Davy Jones, all in the US. Parkinson spent a good deal of his life at sea and related numberous anecdotes here, including some from serving in the Pacific in the closing stages of World War Two and also witnessing the atomic tests at Bikini Atoll. Parkinson's visit to Suwarrow island came as part of a cruise he made with his wife and others in 1963. The schooner Westward was completing a circumnavigatoin and they joined her at Tahiti before proceding to Bora Bora and then laying a course for American Samoa. Not in OCLC

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        Fasciculus medicinae [SIGNED]

      Lucca: Azienda Grafica Lucchese, 1963. Facsimile edition. Hardcover. f to fine. 1/350. Folio. [108]pp. Uncut. Original gilt-stamped morocco, with gold lettering on covers. Uncut. Illustrated title page. Limitation page signed by editor Carlo Hautmann. Book housed in its original marbled cardboard slipcase. Striking facsimile of the second Venetian edition (1493) of Johannes de Ketham's monumental "Fasciculus medicinae," a collection of short medical treatises edited by Ketham himself, many of which are from the medieval period. The book was first published in Venice in 1491, and was the first printed book to contain anatomical illustrations. The ten handsome full-page woodcut illustrations (including one in color: the Dissection scene) influenced artists for some time, such as William Hogarth's "Four Stages of Cruelty" (1751). The illustration on title depicts Petrus de Montagnana, a physician, reading and writing at his desk in his library. Influential medical texts are placed around the desk and on a shelf above his head. At the bottom of the image are three patients. Two patients are seated. One appears to be praying the rosary while the other is holding his head. The standing patient carries a basket and a walking stick. One of 350 copies, of which this is No. 22. Moderate rubbing along edges of slipcase. Spine missing on binding. Text in Italian. Slipcase in overall good, binding in fair, interior in near fine to fine condition.

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        Le fou d'Elsa -

      Gallimard 1963 -, Paris - 1 volume. Grand in-4 459 pp. Couverture beige avec titre en rouge. Intérieur très propre. Non coupé. Très bon état. EDITION ORIGINALE. Un des 105 exemplaires numérotés sur vélin pur fil Lafuma-Navarre. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Cat's Cradle

      Holt, Rinehard, Winston, New York 1963 - First Edition, First Printing with the words "First Edition" printed on the copyright page. A beautiful copy. This ORIGINAL dustjacket is vibrant in color with minor wear to the spine. The book is in great shape. The binding is tight with minor wear to the edges. There is NO writing, marks or bookplates in the book. A lovely copy of this TRUE FIRST EDITION with a custom slipcase for preservation. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Chagall Lithographe, Bände II - VI,,

      Monte Carlo, Andre Sauret, 1963 - 1986,. - mit jeweils ca 200 Seiten pro Band, SCHÖNE EXEMPLARE des Werksverzeichnisses der Chagall Lithograpien:.Lithographe Tome II von 1957 - 1962, mit 12 Original-Lithographien (Mourlot Nr. 391 - 402), Lithographs Tome III von 1962 - 1968 mit 2 Original-Lithographien (Mourlot Nr. 577 - 578), Lithographe IV 1969 - 1973 mit 2 Original- Lithographien (Mourlot Nr. 729 - 730), Lithograph V 1974 - 1979 mit einer Original- Lithographie, Lithograph VI 1980 - 1985. Sprache: Deutsch 4°, farbig illustrierte OU OLn, [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Where The Wild Things Are

      New York: Harper and Row, 1963. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good +/very good. "Copyright 1963 by Maurice Sendak. Printed in the United States of America. All rights reserved. Library of Congress catalog number: 63-21253". Gray cloth spine. Later state DJ with $3.95 on upper right corner and clipped lower right corner, back flap starts with "Awarded the 1964 Caldecott Medal" and ends with "Chosen Number One ...... by the New York Times" ". Small chips and tears. Medal is sticker, not embossed. Text block clean and tight. In Mylar.

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        LIVING ARTS. Complete set: volumes 1, 2 and 3

      London: Institute of Contemporary Arts. 1963-1964. First / only editions of all three issues [all published]. Original colour pictorial laminated card covers. A good set showing rubbing and creasing to the cover extremities. Illustrated in Black and white throughout. Further details and images for any of the items listed are available on request. Lucius Books welcomes direct contact with our customers.

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        Adagio religioso [in E-flat major] pour le Violon-Cello, avec accompgn. de [!]Pianno, composé et dédiée à son ami A. Suck. Autograph musical manuscript

      - An unknown work. Not in the most comprehensive work list in eskoslovenský hudební slovník (Prague: Státní hudební vydavatelství, 1963), which lists three other works for violoncello and piano.In an apparent attempt to adapt his first name to the French language, the composer spells it "Albert" on the title. The unorthodox spelling of his last name, "H imali," is also found in other autograph manuscripts, such as those at the National Museum, Prague. From a Czech family of musicians—his brother Jan was a professor of violin at the Moscow Conservatory and friend of Tchaikovsky—"H ímalý. studied the violin with Moris Mildner at the Prague Conservatory (1855–61), after which he became the orchestral leader in Rotterdam (1861) and Göteborg (1862) and then returned to Prague. In 1874 he left Bohemia to become director of the Philharmonic in Czernowitz, Bukovina (now Chernovtsy, Ukraine). Most of his large output was left in manuscript, but his opera Zakletý princ (‘The Enchanted Prince’) remained in the repertory of the Provisional Theatre [in Prague] after its production in 1872 and his Violin Concerto was often played by František Ond í ek. Another opera, Švanda dudák (‘Schwanda the Bagpiper’), was produced in Plze in 1896; he also wrote incidental music, songs, choruses and a requiem, chamber music and teaching manuals." John Tyrrell in Grove Music Online. Oblong folio (336 x 262 mm.). Unbound. [i] (title), 2-9 pp. Notated in black ink on pre-printed 9-stave music paper specifically designed for music for a melody instrument with piano (groups of three staves, with the lower two closer to each other).Manuscript annotations to title in pencil in an unidentified hand: "(Gothenburg)" immediately below the composer's name; "8/63 durch C. [?]Wilckenberg Gothenburg gratis 12 Frei [.]" to lower left corner. With pagination (odd numbers to versos) in pencil and in a different hand; page 1 paginated "Seite 1."Outer bifolium detached. Browned and frayed at edges.

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        Fifteen letters and drawings by Charlotte's Web illustrator Garth Williams to his daughters Jessica and Estyn, 1962-1968; 5 TLS, 2 ALS and 4 birthday cards with drawings to Jessica, 1 TLS to Estyn, and 3 TLS to both; together with 4 ink drawings: "Yoo Hoo?Tarzan!", "Estyn's Shadow," "Jessicat," and "My favourite Bottles."

      - GARTH WILLIAMS: LETTERS TO HIS DAUGHTERS. Together with: 3 black and white snapshots of new wife Alicia and son Juan Miguel; 1" x 2" each. During this period, Williams was living in Guanajuato, Mexico with Alicia and their Juan Miguel. He signed his letters "Papá," "Garth," or in one instance, "Sam Crabgrass." Williams sends updates about his health, work and travel schedule, shares anecdotes about his childhood, and, most frequently, expels fatherly advice (especially to the younger Jessica). He often writes rhyming or nonsensical sentences, and in one letter, writes phonetically in a Cockney accent ("Ow's me ole chum?" July 1, 1963). Jessica and Estyn were both teenagers during this time. In his first letter, Williams sends a brief description of his new wife - thirty years his junior - and son, "She was born in Guanajuato in 1942 on Oct. 24th. Alicia. Alice in english. She is 5 foot 3 inches tall. weight 100 lbs. Dark brown eyes, black hair. Her son is Juan Miguel. He is 6 months old now" (June 5, 1962). Williams sends letters filled with fatherly advice, and sometimes shares stories about his boyhood. In one letter to Jessica, Williams informs her about boys: I see from recent letters you have written that perhaps you will be like everyone else, and get mixed up with other people; not just girls, but even with those horrible creatures - boys. When you get mixed up with boys, you often get mixed with girls, and mixed up altogether; because it is like measles-of-the-brain, or, mumps-of-the-thumper (heart). (February 20, 1963) He goes on to share a long anecdote about when he has his first clash of the sexes - at age 10 - with two neighborhood girls named Betty and Pat, who were sisters, and concludes with the realization that "When you feel love (which you may not be) - no advice is any good, even when you know it is good advice), and suggests that Estyn maybe able to help her too. A couple months later, Williams writes a similar letter to Estyn, though this time, his advice is about morals: "You have to work out a code to live by, when you are living by your rules you can say you are being moral. When not - immoral or unmoral" (April 29, 1963). He also tells Estyn that morals change, and that "What USED to be bad is now OK," and gives the following example: My mother did all the wrong things. She smoked a pipe, rode a bicycle, wore bloomers, and ended up being chained to the railings in Hyde Park with a Mrs Pankhurst when they wanted to get the right to vote for women etc etc. Most people considered her unmoral in her behaviour. She was an art student in Paris for five years; - pretty dreadful? (ibid.) In a long undated letter to Jessica, Williams responds to her questions about God, admitting, "I don't know any more than you do" (n.d.). The explains that the topic is vast and unknowable, but suggests studying about religion and recommends that she read Santayana. It is clear that sometimes Williams masks his concern with humor, or downplays serious discussions. When he found out that Jessica had started smoking, he wrote her explaining how her genes make the habit especially dangerous for her: My reason for warning you is - you inherit from your mother the same tendencies. See a doctor about it. Have him check you for bad circulation. People with bad circulation cant smoke. They feel colder than everyone else. Their fat does not help. They are lousy bed fellows with far too many covers and icy feet" (May 4, 1967). He suggests that Jessica "Take peppermint, Brighton Rock, Kandy Kisses, Humbugs Lollypops - anything. Create a new craze - eating candy instead of smoking. Create a distinctive image - the girl who chews lemon rind. Unique" (ibid.). Williams's drawings usually illustrate something about Jessica or Estyn, or something that Williams had seen. His card to Jessica for her October 1964 birthday shows her sleeping in bed, with a full stomach and a candle stuck in her belly-button, a pair of elaborate red boots discarde [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Where the Wild Things Are

      Harper & Row, New York 1963 - First Edition, First Issue with Library of Congress catalog card number: 63-21253 printed on the title page. The book is in nice condition. The binding is tight with with minor wear to the spine and edges. The pages are clean with NO marks or bookplates in the book. A lovely copy of this TRUE FIRST EDITION with a beautiful facsimile dustjacket from the original. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Frost

      Franfurt am Main Insel Verlag 1963. Der Roman besteht aus den 27 Tagebucheinträgen und sechs Briefen an den Chirurgen Strauch, die der Ich-Erzähler während seines Aufenthaltes in Weng verfasst. Für seinen Roman erhielt Thomas Bernhard im Jahre 1965 den Bremer Literaturpreis. Drei Jahre später, 1968, erhielt er den Österreichischen Förderungspreis für Literatur.;------ Erste Ausgabe des ersten Romans; 357 S.; 8°; Ganzleinen mit blauem Rückenschild; Zwei kleine bräunliche Verfärbungen am Rücken sowie drei minimale Kerben im Rückenschild; Schnitt verdunkelt; Im ganzen ein guter, ungelesener Zustand. 1. Auflage Leinen Buch; 1. Auflage. Gut/ Seiten leicht vergilbt

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        It Catches My Heart in Its Hands: New & Selected Poems, 1955-1963

      New Orleans:: Loujon Press,. Near Fine. 1963. Paperback. Gypsy Lou Series No.1. Introduction by John William Corrington. Illustrated. Limited edition of 777 copies. SIGNED and dated ("8-3-63") by Charles Bukowski in silver. Typed subscriber letter SIGNED by the editor and designer, Jon Webb laid in. Facsimile of acknowledgment letter from the author to the publisher also laid in. Production flaw: pages 85-90 were not bound in and are missing - photocopies of those pages are laid in, providing the complete text, else near fine in illustrated wraps. ; 98 pages .

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        The Centaur

      New York: Alfred A. Knopf. 1963. First. First edition. Fine in fine dustwrapper with a few very tiny tears. Winner of the National Book Award. Inscribed by the author: "for Herb Yellin, this ancient text with affection and esteem, John Updike." Herb Yellin was the founder and publisher of Lord John Press and the most frequent of Updike's fine press collaborators. He named his press after noting that the list of authors he wanted to publish all shared the same first name, chief among them John Updike, his favorite. Hub Fans Bid Kid Adieu became the press's first book in 1977 with 10 more to follow over the next 23 years. Yellin's friendship with Updike grew with each new limited edition benefitting his already enormous Updike collection, with Updike himself contributing copies of new editions of his books - often inscribed. In a 2010 interview with Yellin he noted that Updike "...liked that if anything ever happened to his own collection, he had my collection on the opposite side of the country." A notable association and a nicer than usual copy. .

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        I VANGELI SECONDO MATTEO, MARCO, LUCA, GIOVANNI.

      Officina Bodoni 1963 In - 4 p., leg. edit. in p. marocch. verde, astuccio, custodia in legno, pp. 350, frontespizio inciso da Reynolds Stone, ornato da 114 xilografie - tratte da "Epistole et Evangelii" del 1495 e create da Bartolomeo di Giovanni - nuovamente incise da Bruno Bramanti. I quattro Vangeli sono stati tradotti dal greco dal Pontificio Istituto Biblico. Edizione stampata nel torchio a mano, in tiratura di 275 esempl. numer. Il ns., 31, fa parte dei 250, su carta a mano Magnani. Molto ben conservato. Cfr. Cat. Mardersteig,130: ?L?edizione delle "Epistole et Evangelii", stampata a Firenze nel 1495 per Piero Pacini da Pescia da parte di Lorenzo de? Morgiani e Giovanni di Magonza, è uno dei più rari e più belli incunaboli illustrati con xilografie.. Il testo italiano dell?originale comprende tutti i brani della Bibbia che si trovano nel "Missale Romanum"; questi sono illustrati con 164 xilografie, delle quali 22 rappresentano gli evangelisti e i profeti, mentre le restanti 142 xilografie sono illustrazioni per i testi del Vecchio e del Nuovo Testamento. Di queste, 110 fanno parte dei quattro Vangeli.. Tutte le xilografie però erano state incise su disegno dello stesso artista. Non c?è nessun documento che ci riveli il suo nome, tuttavia l?identità stilistica di queste illustrazioni con l?opera di Bartolomeo di Giovanni - alunno e collaboratore di Domenico Ghirlandajo - è talmente evidente che può essergli attribuita anche quest?importante opera illustrata?.

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        Adagio religioso [in E-flat major] pour le Violon-Cello, avec accompgn. de [!]Pianno, composé et dédiée à son ami A. Suck. Autograph musical manuscript

      Oblong folio (336 x 262 mm.). Unbound. [i] (title), 2-9 pp. Notated in black ink on pre-printed 9-stave music paper specifically designed for music for a melody instrument with piano (groups of three staves, with the lower two closer to each other). Manuscript annotations to title in pencil in an unidentified hand: "(Gothenburg)" immediately below the composer's name; "8/63 durch C. [?]Wilckenberg Gothenburg gratis 12 Frei [...]" to lower left corner. With pagination (odd numbers to versos) in pencil and in a different hand; page 1 paginated "Seite 1." Outer bifolium detached. Browned and frayed at edges. . An unknown work. Not in the most comprehensive work list in eskoslovenský hudební slovník (Prague: Státní hudební vydavatelství, 1963), which lists three other works for violoncello and piano. In an apparent attempt to adapt his first name to the French language, the composer spells it "Albert" on the title. The unorthodox spelling of his last name, "H imali," is also found in other autograph manuscripts, such as those at the National Museum, Prague. From a Czech family of musicians—his brother Jan was a professor of violin at the Moscow Conservatory and friend of Tchaikovsky—"H ímalý... studied the violin with Moris Mildner at the Prague Conservatory (1855–61), after which he became the orchestral leader in Rotterdam (1861) and Göteborg (1862) and then returned to Prague... In 1874 he left Bohemia to become director of the Philharmonic in Czernowitz, Bukovina (now Chernovtsy, Ukraine)... Most of his large output was left in manuscript, but his opera Zakletý princ (‘The Enchanted PrinceÂ’) remained in the repertory of the Provisional Theatre [in Prague] after its production in 1872 and his Violin Concerto was often played by František Ond í ek. Another opera, Švanda dudák (‘Schwanda the BagpiperÂ’), was produced in Plze in 1896; he also wrote incidental music, songs, choruses and a requiem, chamber music and teaching manuals." John Tyrrell in Grove Music Online.

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        Adagio religioso [in E-flat major] pour le Violon-Cello, avec accompgn. de [!]Pianno, composé et dédiée à son ami A. Suck. Autograph musical manuscript

      Oblong folio (336 x 262 mm.). Unbound. [i] (title), 2-9 pp. Notated in black ink on pre-printed 9-stave music paper specifically designed for music for a melody instrument with piano (groups of three staves, with the lower two closer to each other). Manuscript annotations to title in pencil in an unidentified hand: "(Gothenburg)" immediately below the composer's name; "8/63 durch C. [?]Wilckenberg Gothenburg gratis 12 Frei [...]" to lower left corner. With pagination (odd numbers to versos) in pencil and in a different hand; page 1 paginated "Seite 1." Outer bifolium detached. Browned and frayed at edges. . An unknown work. Not in the most comprehensive work list in eskoslovenský hudební slovník (Prague: Státní hudební vydavatelství, 1963), which lists three other works for violoncello and piano. In an apparent attempt to adapt his first name to the French language, the composer spells it "Albert" on the title. The unorthodox spelling of his last name, "H imali," is also found in other autograph manuscripts, such as those at the National Museum, Prague. From a Czech family of musicians—his brother Jan was a professor of violin at the Moscow Conservatory and friend of Tchaikovsky—"H ímalý... studied the violin with Moris Mildner at the Prague Conservatory (1855?-61), after which he became the orchestral leader in Rotterdam (1861) and Göteborg (1862) and then returned to Prague... In 1874 he left Bohemia to become director of the Philharmonic in Czernowitz, Bukovina (now Chernovtsy, Ukraine)... Most of his large output was left in manuscript, but his opera Zakletý princ (?'The Enchanted Prince?') remained in the repertory of the Provisional Theatre [in Prague] after its production in 1872 and his Violin Concerto was often played by František Ond í ek. Another opera, Švanda dudák (?'Schwanda the Bagpiper?'), was produced in Plze in 1896; he also wrote incidental music, songs, choruses and a requiem, chamber music and teaching manuals." John Tyrrell in Grove Music Online.

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        Kunststoff-Handbuch. Bd. 1: Grundlagen. Aufabu, Verarbeitung und Prüfung der Kunststoffe.; Bd. 2: Polyvinylchlorid. Herstellung, Eigenschafen, Verarbeitung und Anwendung. Teil 1: Vom Rohstoff zum Halbzeug und Fertigartikel. Teil 2: Verarbeitung und Verwendung von Kunststoffhalbzeugen.; Bd. 3: Abgewandelte Naturstoffe. Herstellung, Eigenschaften, Verarbeitung und Anwendung.; Bd. 4: Polyolefine. Herstellung, Eigenschaften, Verarbeitung und Anwendung.; Bd. 5: Polystyrol. Herstellung, Eigenschaften, Verarbeitung und Anwendung.; Bd. 6: Polyamide. Herstellung, Eigenschaften, Verarbeitung und Anwendung.; Bd. 7: Polyurethane. Herstellung, Eigenschaften, Verarbeitung und Anwendung.; Bd. 8: Polyester. Herstellung, Eigenschaften, Verarbeitung und Anwe

      München - Wien: Hanser 1963-75. - Opbd. m. OU (mintgrüner Rücken m. schwarzer Schrift) 4°, XX, 1342 S.; XVIII, 624 S.; XIII, 456 S.; XV, 470 S.; XXI, 976 S.; XXI, 876 S.; XVI, 698 S.; XIX, 767 S.; XXVII, 775 S.; XX, 954 S.; XIV, 749 S.; XXII, 616 S., mit 6671 Bildern und 1354 Tabellen, 11 Bde. in 12 Bde., Ohne den ohnehin nie erschienenen Registerband. - Herausgeber: Richard Vieweg, Dietrich Braun, Karl Krekeler, Georg Wick, Ernst Becker, Adolf Schwarz, Guenther Daumiller, Alfred Müller, August Höchtlen, Leonhard Goerden, Franz Esser, Hans Scheurlen. - Umschlag lädiert, geklebt u. unfrisch. Papierränder leicht gebräunt. Bd. 2, Teil 1 mit herausgerissenem Vorsatzblatt. Teilweise mit Stempel des Besitzers auf Vorsatzblatt. Ansonsten sehr guter Zustand. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Witnesses; Selected And Edited From The Warren Commission's Hearings By The New York Times With An Introduction By Anthony Lewis; Plus Signed Document

      New York London Toronto: McGraw-Hill Book Company. Very Good+. c1965. First Edition; First Printing; Signed by Notable Personage, Related. 1/4 Cloth. A Very Good+ first edition, binding a little shaken, page edges lightly soiled, rubbing to boards. Includes letter on Presidential Letterhead in Fine condition, horizontal fold. Both book and letter are SIGNED and dated by President Gerald R. Ford 11/20/00; The higlights of hearings before the Warren Commission on the assassination of President Kennedy. From the first lady's statement: "All I remember is seeing my husband, he had this sort of quizzical look on his face, and his hand was up, it must have been his left hand ... and then he ... put his hand to his forehead and fell in my lap." The short letter, by President Gerald R. Ford, details the two conclusions of the Warren Commission--namely, Lee Harvey Oswald was the lone assassin and there was no conspiracy--and asserting his continued belief in said conclusions. President Lyndon B. Johnson appointed Ford to the Warren Commission in late 1963 .

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        Saint Genet Actor and Martyr

      New York: George Braziller, 1963. First American Edition, 1st Printing. SIGNED by Jean-Paul Sartre on the half title. Sartre takes stock of Jean Genet, the great French novelist and playwright. Octavo, pp. [8], 625. Very Good, with some very toning to the pages and a bump to the lower right corner of the front board in a Very Good, unclipped dust jacket that has some chips along the edge, a small chip to the spine affecting the upper right portion of the "T" in Saint, and a 1 1/2-inch closed tear to the real panel near the spine fold. Some age-toning to the flaps and rear panel. SCARCE signed. Signed copies of Sartre's works in English are especially uncommon.

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        Die Blendung., Roman. Gesammelte Werke in 10 Bänden - Band 1

      München, Carl Hanser Verlag, 1963 - 511 (1) Seiten Sehr rares, numeriertes Exemplar aus einer limitierten Edition, mit der Signatur des Autors auf dem Vorsatz. Dieses Exemplar trägt die Nummer 187 der kleinen Vorzugsausgabe. Das offensichtlich ungelesene Buch, innen völlig frisch, der Schutzumschlag indes mit geringfügigen Lagerspuren. Elias Canetti (* 25. Juli 1905 in Russe, Bulgarien - + 14. August 1994 in Zürich) war ein berühmter Schriftsteller und Aphoristiker deutscher Sprache und erhielt 1981 den Literatur-Nobelpreis. "Der weltweite Ruhm dieses erstaunlichen Romans eines Sechsundzwanzigjährigen kam, durch die politischen Ereignisse verzögert, erst spät (.). Heute, mehr als ein halbes Jahrhundert seit seinem ersten Erscheinen (1935), steht fest, daß `Die Blendung` zu den großen Büchern der europäischen Literatur des 20. Jahrhunderts gehört. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 652 [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Toros muertos. Photographiert von Lucien Clergue.

      Stuttgart, Ernst Battenberg Verlag 1963.. 24 Blätter mit 30 (incl. der Vorsätze) schwarzweißen, meist doppelblattgroßen Aufnahmen. Auf dem Rücken bedruckter Original-Halbkunstlederband mit illustrierten Deckeln im mit den Einbandmotiven illustrierten Original-Pappschuber. (26,9 x 27 cm) 4°.. - Widmungsexemplar von Lucien Clergue für den Photographen Fred Stein - Parr/ Badger I, 219. Deutsche Erst- bzw. Parallelausgabe zur französischen Originalausgabe. Bei Parr ist übrigens die deutsche Ausgabe abgebildet. "Dieser Band erscheint in der Reihe 'Panoramas Forces Vives', herausgegeben und gestaltet von Jean Petit. Die Aufnahmen machte Lucien Clergue in den Jahren 1955 - 1962 in den Arenen von Nimes, Arles, Lumel, Beaucaire, Mejanes, Chateaurenard, Marseille und Le Grau du Roi. Die Texte von Jean Cocteau und Jean-Marie Magnan übersetzte Maria Landau. Lucien Clergue dankt hiermit allen Veranstaltern der Arenen in Südfrankreich für ihr Entgegenkommen und die freundliche Genehmigung zu Aufnahmen innerhalb der Arenen. Dank gebührt auch allen Akteuren der Corrida de Toros. Gedruckt in Frankreich von der Druckerei I.L.C., Paris, Bindearbeiten Franz Spiegel, Ulm. (c) bei Editec, Paris, und Ernst Battenberg Verlag, Stuttgart. Alle Rechte für alle Sprachen vorbehalten." Sehr gut erhaltener Einband und Schuber, letzterer gilt als selten. Eigenhändige Widmung ("Pour Fred Stein en souvenir de nos retrouvailles le 3 Avril 67 Lucien Clergue") mit schwarzem Filzstift an den Kollegen der noch im September des gleichen Jahres mit nur 58 Jahren verstarb. 1909 in Dresden als Sohn eines Rabbiners geboren, am 27. September 1867 in New York gestorben. Stein galt als "Straßenphotograph", der das pulsierende Großstadtleben New Yorks, aber auch Mode in Paris, Portraits bekannter Zeitgenossen dokumentierte. Als Antifaschist und ausgebildeter Anwalt mußte er aus Deutschland emigrieren und lernte im Exil in Paris u.a. auch Willy Brandt kennen, später flüchtete er nach New York, dort entstand manch ikonographisches Portrait, u.a. eines von Albert Einstein. Ihm ist eine eigene website gewidmet, auf der man neben seinen Arbeiten auch seine Biographie findet: h t t p : / / w w w.fredstein. c o m/ . Auf dem illustrierten vorderen fliegenden Vorsatz verso die gedruckte Widmung "A Jacqueline et Pablo Picasso et a Jean Cocteau qui m'ont aide dans ce labyrinthe Lucien Clergue". Das Gedicht Cocteaus als faksimilierte Handschrift neben der deutschen Übetragung wiedergegeben. [Stierkampf, Bullfighting, corrida de toros, tauromaquia, tauromachie] * Zahlung mit VISA/ MASTERCARD möglich. Versand mit Deutsche Post oder DHL. *

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        Dünen bei Keitum auf Sylt" originale Farbkreide auf Zeichenkarton ca. 39x51cm; rechts unten signiert und datiert "(19)54"

      - Norddeutscher Landschafter, der in seinen Aquarell- und Pastellbildern bevorzugt die Stille und Weite der Schleswig-Holsteinischen Landschaft einfängt. Daneben Motive von Nordseeküste und Hamburgischer Elblandschaft. Akademisches Studium in Weimar bei H. Gugg, bis 1963 Professur an der Hochschule für bildende Künste in Hamburg.

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