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        ZLATEH THE GOAT

      - (SENDAK,MAURICE)illus. ZLATEH THE GOAT by Isaac Beshavis Singer. NY: Harper & Row (1966). 8vo (6 1/4 x 9"), off white cloth, pictorial paste-on, spine slightly soiled else Fine in original marbelized brown slipcase. LIMITED TO ONY 500 COPIES SIGNED BY SENDAK AND SINGER. In Singer's first children's book there are 7 tales of Jewish folklore with 17 wonderful full page illustrations by Sendak. Printed on Andora paper and specially bound. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        AFRICAN ART IN AMERICAN COLLECTIONS

      New York 1966 - 238 pages (text in English and French), 347 photographs. Cloth cover. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        ACTA PHILOLOGICA vol.V

      SOCIETA' ACCADEMICA ROMENA, ROMA 1966 - SOCIETAS ACADEMICA DACOROMANA INTERLINGUE In italiano, francese, spagnolo e tedesco, pagine brunite ai bordi da fattore tempo, brossura editoriale in cartoncino ruvido, con titoli neri, piccolo strappo al piede e lieve usura ai bordi

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        RAINBOW OF MY OWN, IN COLOR Dustjacket , SIGNED by Don Freeman , 1966, 1ST EDITION,

      VIKING PRESS NY, 1966. HBDJ, First Published 1966 , 1ST EDITION, 1st printing , FINE-/VG-, Very Good-dust jacket with light wear, edgewear, chipping to the spine ends, short tears, Fine- book with very light wear, clean interior with no writing inside. Majenta cloth with Boy in Blue in raincoat, tiny corner stain to a page,. Signed by Author. 1st Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good. Illus. by DON FREEMAN,.

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        Journey to the end of the night (Penguin modern classics)

      Penguin in association with Chatto & Windus, 1966. Paperback. Good. 1966. 440 pages. Good condition paperback; as expected for age. Cards, pages, and binding are presentable with no major defects. Minor issues may exist such as shelf wear, inscriptions, light foxing and tanning.

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        La Amortajada

      Sociedad de Bibliófilos Chilenos, Santiago 1966 - 105 pp. + 2 plates. Illus. with 5 etchings. Signed by the illustrator on each illustration. No. 43 of 100 special copies (of a total run of 235) with two extra etchings that were for Society members only and dropped from the normal edition. María Luisa Bombal Anthes (1910-1980) was a Chilean writer, one of the few women writers of her era to achieve critical recognition. La amortajada (The Shrouded Woman) was published in 1938, 5 years after she shot her husband and fled to Argentina where she met Jorge Luis Borges and Pablo Neruda. Lea Kleiner (b. 1929) is a watercolorist, photographer and writer. A near fine uncut (unopened) copy, spine tanned. Slip case rubbed with small split on lower edge. Loose quires in stiff paper portfolio and brown felt slip case [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        Primary Structures: Younger American and British Sculptors.

      The Jewish Museum., New York. 1966 - Exhibition catalogue. Primary Structures was the first American museum exhibition to survey the style now known as Minimalism. The exhibition introduced the public to such artists as Carl Andre, Dan Flavin, Donald Judd, Sol LeWitt, Walter De Maria, Robert Morris, Anne Truitt, and others, figures unknown at the time but soon to become synonymous with a radically new approach to sculpture. The pivotal 1966 exhibition was organised by Kynaston McShine, then Curator of Painting and Sculpture at The Jewish Museum, who would later become Curator of Exhibitions of The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Critically acclaimed for its breakthrough approach to this new geometric and formally reductive artistic practice, the 1966 show also assumed a prominent place in the history of exhibition-making by ushering in a new style of presenting ideas and objects in relation to space. Primary Structures focused exclusively on artists based in the United States and Britain. Featuring the work of seminal artists like Tony Smith, Gerald Laing, Carl Andre, Donald Judd, Robert Morris, and Sol LeWitt, the exhibition included a bounty of large-scale geometric sculptural abstraction. The artist Mark di Suvero called the exhibition, which was both a critical and a media success, "the key show of the 1960s." It popularised the idea of the artist as designer rather than craftsmen, and introduced an entirely new visual lexicon to Western art history. Black-and-white illustrations throughout. pp. (52). Original iconic wrappers designed by Elaine Lustig Cohen. Lower corners slightly bumped and creased, otherwise a very good copy. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Strange Room

      Elsevier 1966 - 0080070442 The book is in very good condition, all of the internal pages are unmarked, uncreased and tightly bound, the only flaws are one small rip to the edge of the dust jacket (less than 1 inch in length) and a couple of other minor scuffs to the dust jacket. No stamps or inscriptions, the dust jacket is unclipped. 40 Pages - Published by Whiting and Wheaton. YOU GET A FREE BOOKMARK WITH EVERY ORDER. MOST OF OUR BOOKS ARE SHIPPED WITHIN 1 WORKING DAY OF PURCHASE. HIGH QUALITY PHOTOGRAPHS OF ANY OF OUR BOOKS CAN BE PROVIDED VIA E-MAIL BY REQUEST. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Sakuhinshuu 1960-1965

      1966 - Black and white and color reproductions of Akiyama's photos of movie stars and other famous people of the day. Some still lifes as well. Self published by Akiyama in 1966. An interesting collection of photos showing early 1960s Japanese culture. Original slipcase and cover have some wear; inner plates are clean, tissue-paper pages intact. A nice copy of an interesting work. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The New Adventures of Ellery Queen

      Penguin, 1966. Paperback. Good. 1966. 254 pages. Good condition paperback; as expected for age. Cards, pages, and binding are presentable with no major defects. Minor issues may exist such as shelf wear, inscriptions, light foxing and tanning.

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        Big As Life [Signed]

      Simon & Schuster, New York 1966 - First Printing of Doctorow's second novel and scarcest book, never reprinted and later orphaned by the author (his web site makes no mention of this title). 8vo: (6),218pp. Publisher's crimson cloth, spine stamped in gilt, top edge stained crimson, cream-colored typographic jacket printed in red, green, and black and priced $4.95. Signed by Doctorow on title page. About Fine (light soiling to spine and upper cover), square, tight and bright; Fine jacket, quite striking. "[T]wo giant humanoids from another time continuum appear in New York Harbor and, while they pose no immediate threat because of their incredible slowness, the city panics, the social order collapses and a newly formed government agency uses the crisis in ways that hint at totalitarianism. Though of stylistic interest for its vivid evocation of the different language registers of the characters, the novel is weakly structured and its various strands never quite merge into a coherent vision." (Literary Encyclopedia) N. B. With few exceptions (always identified), we only stock books in exceptional condition, with dust jackets carefully preserved in archival, removable polypropylene sleeves. All orders are packaged with care and posted promptly. Satisfaction guaranteed. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        I Celti

      CASA EDITRICE IL SAGGIATORE, 1966. ITALIANO 0,62 Legatura in cartoncino rigido telato, con titolo al dorso. Mancante di sovracoperta. Pagine in buonissimo stato. LXXIX ( 79 ) fotografie in nero, fuori testo, XXV ( 25 ) disegni in nero nel testo e IX ( 9 ) cartine. Traduzione di Berto Renna. Volume n. VI ( 6 ) della collana. USATO

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        Bibliotheca Graeca. 12 Bände. Herausgegeben von G. Ch. Harless

      Reprint bei Olms, Hildesheim, 1966. Zusammen CCXII/9915 S., Leinen (meist neuwertig in original Verpackung. 2 Stehkanten berieben) - Nach der 4. Auflage Hamburg 1790-1838 -

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        LA FINE DEL SILENZIO

      LA TRIBUNA, PIACENZA 1966 - SCIENCE FICTION BOOK CLUB ITALIANO Brossura editoriale morbida, con alette, ingiallita, con evidente fioritura ed usura ai bordi, pagine con bruniture del tempo e fioriture sparse, fioritura anche ai tagli, traduzione di Ugo Malaguti

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        DOMANI LA LUNA

      LA TRIBUNA, PIACENZA 1966 - GALASSIA ITALIANO N.67 del mensile di fantascienza curato da Ugo Malaguti, traduzione di L.Torri, pagine brunite ai bordi e con sporadica fioritura, fioritura anche ai tagli, brossura editoriale illustrata, ingiallita, con fioritura e con lievi segni di usura

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        IL FUTURO AL GUINZAGLIO

      LA TRIBUNA, PIACENZA 1966 - LA BUSSOLA ITALIANO Traduzione di Mirco Valle, n.10 della collana, brossura editoriale illustrata, con alette, con evidente fioritura ed usura da scaffalatura, pagine brunite attorno ai testi e con sporadica fioritura, discreta fioritura ai tagli

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        OSPEDALE DA COMBATTIMENTO

      LA TRIBUNA, PIACENZA 1966 - GALASSIA ITALIANO N.66 del mensile di fantascienza, a cura di Ugo Malaguti, traduzione di G.Palazzoli, pagine brunite ai bordi da fattore tempo e con fioriture sparse, brossura editoriale illustrata, ingiallita, con evidente fioritura e con usura da scaffalatura

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        Aspen Magazine, Fab issue, vol. 1 no. 3.

      New York, Roaring Fork Press 1966. - Diffrent leaflets and multiples, including a flexi disc. All paper items laid in as called for present and in fine condition including the subscription form and ads. All in original printed paperbox, two corners damaged, otherwise very good. The pop-art issue of this famous and short lived (10 issues) avant-garde magazine. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Phantomas. 13 année, no. 62.

      1966 - Special issue of Phantomas magazine, designed entirely by Marcel Broodthaers. Limited to 500 copies. Although Phantomas was primarily a literary journal, Broodthaers's contribution combines drawings with printed and handwritten texts. His ink drawings of mussels, pots, eggs, eggs on tables, signatures, numbers and words relate closely to his works in other media at the time. This copy signed by Broodthaers with his initials in black pen on the final page. Broodthaers has also inscribed this copy to his friend and art critic Alain Jouffroy, by underlining in red pen the final sentence of his letter printed on the final page (Et la logique des illuminations?) and inscribing beneath "et llama Alain". [Ref. Jamar - Marcel Broodthaers. Complete Graphic Work and Books, no. 30]. Text printed in black and red, illustrated with drawings and texts by Broodthaers. pp. (16). Original tricolour wrappers, stapled. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        The Years As Catches - First poems (1939-1946)

      Oyez, Berkeley. 1966 - First edition. Octavo. pp xii, 94, [v]. Pictorial boards. Eleven-page Introduction by the author.Number 11 of 30 hors commerce copies numbered and signed by the author and decorated by him with abstract pencilled designs, also signed, on the endpapers.Fine in near-fine, slightly nicked dustwrapper with the red lettering on the spine slightly faded. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Civitates orbis terrarum, 'The towns of the world, ' 1572-1618 [ Complete 3 Volume Set ]

      Cleveland and New York : The World Publishing Company , 1966. Complete 6 parts in 3 volumes. Books measure 17 3/4 x 12 inches. Cirac 1,000 pages, illustrated throughout. Bound in original publishers grey buckram cloth, with silver gilt design on top boards. Bindings in very good clean firm condition. Dust jackets, dusty, a few small nicks, some minor wear. Jackets in good clean condition. Internally, short tear on fold of large folding plan. Pages and plates in very good clean condition throughout. A very nice clean set. . Very Good/Very Good. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall.

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        ULTIMA FERMATA A BROOKLYN

      FELTRINELLI, 1966. ITALIANO 416 COPERTINA RIGIDA DI COLORE NERO,PAGINE LEGGERMENTE INGIALLITE DA FATTORE TEMPO,VOLUME IN OTTIME CONDIZIONI. USATO

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        Rivista di filologia e di istruzione classica - Vol. 94, serie terza, fasc. 4

      LOESCHER EDITORE, 1966. INTERLINGUE 0,03 Fascicolo spillato in carta leggera. Pagine in buono stato con bruniture, numerate dalla 441 alla 451. Lingue presenti italiano e greco antico. USATO

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        LA PENULTIMA VERITA'

      LA TRIBUNA, PIACENZA 1966 - SCIENCE FICTION BOOK CLUB ITALIANO N. 12 della collana, traduzione integrale di Mauro Cesari, brossura editoriale con alette, ingiallita, con fioritura e lieve usura ai bordi, pagine brunite attorno ai testi e con lieve fioritura la quale diventa discreta ai tagli

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        The Wind in the Willows

      Metheun, UK 1966 - Reprint 1966 of the illustrated E H Shepard edition. Bound by Bayntun of Bath in full blue calf with five raised bands. Wondeful production quality with very decorative gilt work to the boards and spine. Book is very good++ and bright. Light marking to binding. Good strong hinges. Contents good. Inscription to endpaper. Two internal pages quite age toned/darkened. More images can be taken uon request. Ref Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        'Way back when wool was 20/- a lb'. A very large collage comprising 47 original individual caricatures of well-known pastoral identities ('Portrait sketches by Bushwaka' - black ink on paper, mounted on heavy card)

      The sketches range between 100-140 mm high and 70-90 mm wide (two are smaller); they are mounted in five roughly straight lines, with their names and regional addresses (or rural industry employers) added in ballpoint pen to the mount. It is behind glass in its original and appropriately rustic white-painted wooden frame (external dimensions 770 x 970 mm, visible image size 595 x 800 mm). There is a Royal Easter Show Art Prize Exhibitions label on the verso, identifying the artist as Frank F. Forster, 10 Walker Ave, Narrabeen. The asking price on the label was $100, indicating it was exhibited on this occasion after the introduction of decimal currency (February 1966), but it looks earlier (perhaps 1940s-50s - just count the hats!). Whether this was the artist's intention, or whether it is indeed a product of an earlier time, we cannot say, but it certainly hits the spot. These are not just caricatures, they are clearly characters, presumably mates of Bushwaka himself: Cunningham Henderson of Casino; O.O.H. Dangar of Narrandera; C.J. Chisholm of Khancoban; A.H. Jeffreys and D.H. McKay of Delegate; Bert Parkes of Collarenabri; Mick Raleigh and Jack Watts of Wagga; E.H. Turner of Gunning ... and on it goes. Cunningham Henderson died at the age of 89 in December 1954; although he is depicted as an elderly gentleman in this group portrait, there is no sense of 'In Memoriam' about it. The last word on the subject goes to Year Book Australia 2000 (page 447): 'Prosperity in the wool industry peaked in 1950-51 when the average greasy wool price reached 144.19 pence per pound'.

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        [La marche des Hébreux sous la nuée divine] For the cloude of the Lorde was upon the Tabernacle by day, and fire was in it by night, in the sight of all the house of Israel thorowout all their journeys. (La nuée du Seigneur était de jour sur le tabernacle; et de nuit, il y avait un feu, aux yeux de toute la maison d'Israël, pendant toutes leurs marches) - The Story of Exodus

      Original lithograph in colors, one of the 15 proofs printed on Imperial Japan paper and reserved for the artist and his collaborators, one draw with 20 other japan and 250 Arches paper. unsigned Event, as all races in the series except the frontispiece.Superb test of Japan made especially for The Story of Exodus, published in 1966, Chagall painted the 24 lithographs inset printed by Mourlot.Fernand Mourlot, undoubtedly the best artisan lithographer of the twentieth century, was naturally the printer and the friend of the greatest artists of his time. "Picasso, Matisse, Chagall, Miró, Braque, Dubuffet, Léger, Giacometti ... have enriched their own expressions and contemporary art a new area of ??research. With Mourlot, and thanks to him, lithography has acquired both personality and future. " (Pierre Cabanne, in fifty years of lithography).Already printer of the two volumes of the Bible illustrated by Chagall, Mourlot contributed to the formation of the artist in the art of lithography in the 1950s it was at this time that Chagall indeed begins to attend workshop Mourlot to learn the lithographic processes and he became friends with the artisans of printing, including Charles Sorlier.So is this the top of his game as Chagall realizes this Exodus story that coincides with the completion of his immense lithographic and pictorial work on the Bible began in 1930 at the initiative of Ambroise Vollard. This decorative cycle entitled Biblical Message T will also behind the creation of the Marc Chagall Museum, originally the National Museum of Biblical Message Marc - Chagall.Extremely rare first test printed on Japan, the best paper and the best for color prints. AMIEL Léon Paris,New-York 1966 36x49.5cm une feuille

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        [L'artiste à l'oeuvre, Betzalel sculpte l'Arche] Bezaleel made two Cherubims of golde, and the Cherubims spread out their wings, their faces were one towards another. Likewise he made the Candlesticke of pure golde. (Betsaleel fit deux chérubins d'or; Et les Chérubins étendaient leurs ailes, et leur visages se faisaient face. De même il a fait le Chandelier d'or pur) - The Story of Exodus

      Original lithograph in colors, one of 15 proofs on Japon Impérial paper reserved for the artist and his collaborators, the only printing along with 20 more on Japan and 250 on Arches paper. Unsigned proof, as with all the proofs in this series except the frontispiece.A superb proof on Japan paper produced especially for The Story of Exodus, which appeared in 1966 ; the 24 hors-texte lithographs printed by Mourlot were by Chagall.Fernand Mourlot was undoubtedly the finest lithographer of the 20th century and was thus both printer to, and friend of, the greatest artists of his time. "Picasso, Matisse, Chagall, Miró, Braque, Dubuffet, Léger, Giacometti...enriched both their own personal work and contemporary art itself with a new field of research. With Mourlot, and thanks to him, lithography gained both a personality and a future."  (Pierre Cabanne, in Cinquante années de lithographie).Having already printed the two volumes of the Bible illustrated by Chagall, Mourlot contributed to the artist's training in the art of lithography during the 1950s. It was during this period that Chagall began to frequent Mourlot's workshop in order to learn about lithographic technique and that he began to make friends with various lithographers, notably Charles Sorlier.It was thus at the peak of his artistic powers that Chagall produced this story of Exodus, which coincided with the end of his immense lithographic and pictorial labors on the Bible, begun in 1930 at the behest of Ambroise Vollard. This decorative cycle, titled The Biblical Message was later to serve as the basis for the founding of the Musée Marc Chagall, originally known as the Musée national du message biblique Marc-Chagall.. This illustration of an episode that features as an anecdote in Exodus stands slightly apart in the series, since it focuses on the artist above all else, in whom "the Lord placed the wisdom and intelligence to know and to act."Whether a self-portrait of the artist as a young Israelite or homage to a painter whose influence was key, this lithograph evokes - both by its subject and its composition - Chagall's old friend, Pablo Picasso. We can see the dove, fauns, and the deconstruction of the human face so typical of the Cubist genius, of whom Chagall said (after their break in 1964): "What a genius, that Picasso is. It's a pity he doesn't paint." A very rare original proof printed on Japan paper, the most attractive sort, and the finest for color engraving. AMIEL Léon Paris,New-York 1966 36x49.5cm une feuille

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        [Le Veau d'Or] Then all the people pluckt from themselves the golden earerings, and they brought them unto Aaron who received at their handes, and fashioned it, and made of it a molten calfe. (Et tous ôtèrent les anneaux d'or qui étaient à leurs oreilles, et ils les apportèrent à Aaron qui les reçut de leurs mains, les façona et fit un veau en or fondu) - The Story of Exodus

      Original lithograph in colors, one of the 15 proofs printed on Imperial Japan paper and reserved for the artist and his collaborators, one draw with 20 other japan and 250 Arches paper. unsigned Event, as all races in the series except the frontispiece.Superb test of Japan made especially for The Story of Exodus, published in 1966, Chagall painted the 24 lithographs inset printed by Mourlot.Fernand Mourlot, undoubtedly the best artisan lithographer of the twentieth century, was naturally the printer and the friend of the greatest artists of his time. "Picasso, Matisse, Chagall, Miró, Braque, Dubuffet, Léger, Giacometti ... have enriched their own expressions and contemporary art a new area of ??research. With Mourlot, and thanks to him, lithography has acquired both personality and future. " (Pierre Cabanne, in fifty years of lithography).Already printer of the two volumes of the Bible illustrated by Chagall, Mourlot contributed to the formation of the artist in the art of lithography in the 1950s it was at this time that Chagall indeed begins to attend workshop Mourlot to learn the lithographic processes and he became friends with the artisans of printing, including Charles Sorlier.So is this the top of his game as Chagall realizes this Exodus story that coincides with the completion of his immense lithographic and pictorial work on the Bible began in 1930 at the initiative of Ambroise Vollard. This decorative cycle entitled Biblical Message T will also behind the creation of the Marc Chagall Museum, originally the National Museum of Biblical Message Marc - Chagall.Extremely rare first test printed on Japan, the best paper and the best for color prints. AMIEL Léon Paris,New-York 1966 36x49.5cm une feuille

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        [Moïse et le buisson ardent] Then the Angel of the Lorde appeared unto him in a flame of fire, out of the middes of a bush; and he looked, and beholde, the bush was not consumed. (Et l'Ange de l'Eternel lui apparut dans une flamme de feu, du milieu d'un buisson, et il regarda, et voici le buisson ne se consumait point.) - The Story of Exodus

      Original lithograph in colors, one of the 15 proofs printed on Imperial Japan paper and reserved for the artist and his collaborators, one draw with 20 other japan and 250 Arches paper. unsigned Event, as all races in the series except the frontispiece. Superb test of Japan made especially for The Story of Exodus, published in 1966, Chagall painted the 24 lithographs inset printed by Mourlot. Fernand Mourlot, undoubtedly the best artisan lithographer of the twentieth century, was naturally the printer and the friend of the greatest artists of his time. "Picasso, Matisse, Chagall, Miró, Braque, Dubuffet, Léger, Giacometti ... have enriched their own expressions and contemporary art a new area of ??research. With Mourlot, and thanks to him, lithography has acquired both personality and future. " (Pierre Cabanne, in fifty years of lithography). Already printer of the two volumes of the Bible illustrated by Chagall, Mourlot contributed to the formation of the artist in the art of lithography in the 1950s it was at this time that Chagall indeed begins to attend workshop Mourlot to learn the lithographic processes and he became friends with the artisans of printing, including Charles Sorlier. So is this the top of his game as Chagall realizes this Exodus story that coincides with the completion of his immense lithographic and pictorial work on the Bible began in 1930 at the initiative of Ambroise Vollard. This decorative cycle entitled Biblical Message T will also behind the creation of the Marc Chagall Museum, originally the National Museum of Biblical Message Marc - Chagall. Extremely rare first test printed on Japan, the best paper and the best for color prints. AMIEL Léon Paris,New-York 1966 36x49.5cm une feuille

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        [Le Rocher d'Horeb] And thou shalt smite on the rocke, and water shall come out of it, that the people may drinke. (tu frapperas le rocher, et il en sortira de l'eau, et le peuple boira) - The Story of Exodus

      Original lithograph in colors, one of the 15 proofs printed on Imperial Japan paper and reserved for the artist and his collaborators, one draw with 20 other japan and 250 Arches paper. unsigned Event, as all races in the series except the frontispiece.Superb test of Japan made especially for The Story of Exodus, published in 1966, Chagall painted the 24 lithographs inset printed by Mourlot.Fernand Mourlot, undoubtedly the best artisan lithographer of the twentieth century, was naturally the printer and the friend of the greatest artists of his time. "Picasso, Matisse, Chagall, Miró, Braque, Dubuffet, Léger, Giacometti ... have enriched their own expressions and contemporary art a new area of ??research. With Mourlot, and thanks to him, lithography has acquired both personality and future. " (Pierre Cabanne, in fifty years of lithography).Already printer of the two volumes of the Bible illustrated by Chagall, Mourlot contributed to the formation of the artist in the art of lithography in the 1950s it was at this time that Chagall indeed begins to attend workshop Mourlot to learn the lithographic processes and he became friends with the artisans of printing, including Charles Sorlier.So is this the top of his game as Chagall realizes this Exodus story that coincides with the completion of his immense lithographic and pictorial work on the Bible began in 1930 at the initiative of Ambroise Vollard. This decorative cycle entitled Biblical Message T will also behind the creation of the Marc Chagall Museum, originally the National Museum of Biblical Message Marc - Chagall.Extremely rare first test printed on Japan, the best paper and the best for color prints. AMIEL Léon Paris,New-York 1966 36x49.5cm une feuille

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        [Les Plaies d'Egypte] Then Moses stretched foorth his hande towarde heaven, and there was a blacke darkenesse in all the land of Egypt. (Moïse étendit sa main vers le ciel; et il y eut d'épaisses ténèbres dans tout le pays d'Egypte) - The Story of Exodus

      Original lithograph in colors, one of the 15 proofs printed on Imperial Japan paper and reserved for the artist and his collaborators, one draw with 20 other japan and 250 Arches paper. unsigned Event, as all races in the series except the frontispiece.Superb test of Japan made especially for The Story of Exodus, published in 1966, Chagall painted the 24 lithographs inset printed by Mourlot.Fernand Mourlot, undoubtedly the best artisan lithographer of the twentieth century, was naturally the printer and the friend of the greatest artists of his time. "Picasso, Matisse, Chagall, Miró, Braque, Dubuffet, Léger, Giacometti ... have enriched their own expressions and contemporary art a new area of ??research. With Mourlot, and thanks to him, lithography has acquired both personality and future. " (Pierre Cabanne, in fifty years of lithography).Already printer of the two volumes of the Bible illustrated by Chagall, Mourlot contributed to the formation of the artist in the art of lithography in the 1950s it was at this time that Chagall indeed begins to attend workshop Mourlot to learn the lithographic processes and he became friends with the artisans of printing, including Charles Sorlier.So is this the top of his game as Chagall realizes this Exodus story that coincides with the completion of his immense lithographic and pictorial work on the Bible began in 1930 at the initiative of Ambroise Vollard. This decorative cycle entitled Biblical Message T will also behind the creation of the Marc Chagall Museum, originally the National Museum of Biblical Message Marc - Chagall.Extremely rare first test printed on Japan, the best paper and the best for color prints. AMIEL Léon Paris,New-York 1966 36x49.5cm une feuille

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        [Laisse partir mon peuple] Then Afterward Moses and Aaron went and sayde to Pharaoh, "Thus sayeth the Lorde God of Israël, Let my people go.". (Moïse et Aaron se rendirent ensuite auprès de Pharaon, et lui dirent: Ainsi parle l'Eternel, le Dieu d'Israël: Laisse aller mon peuple) - The Story of Exodus

      Original lithograph in colors, one of the 15 proofs printed on Imperial Japan paper and reserved for the artist and his collaborators, one draw with 20 other japan and 250 Arches paper. unsigned Event, as all races in the series except the frontispiece.Superb test of Japan made especially for The Story of Exodus, published in 1966, Chagall painted the 24 lithographs inset printed by Mourlot.Fernand Mourlot, undoubtedly the best artisan lithographer of the twentieth century, was naturally the printer and the friend of the greatest artists of his time. "Picasso, Matisse, Chagall, Miró, Braque, Dubuffet, Léger, Giacometti ... have enriched their own expressions and contemporary art a new area of ??research. With Mourlot, and thanks to him, lithography has acquired both personality and future. " (Pierre Cabanne, in fifty years of lithography).Already printer of the two volumes of the Bible illustrated by Chagall, Mourlot contributed to the formation of the artist in the art of lithography in the 1950s it was at this time that Chagall indeed begins to attend workshop Mourlot to learn the lithographic processes and he became friends with the artisans of printing, including Charles Sorlier.So is this the top of his game as Chagall realizes this Exodus story that coincides with the completion of his immense lithographic and pictorial work on the Bible began in 1930 at the initiative of Ambroise Vollard. This decorative cycle entitled Biblical Message T will also behind the creation of the Marc Chagall Museum, originally the National Museum of Biblical Message Marc - Chagall.Extremely rare first test printed on Japan, the best paper and the best for color prints. AMIEL Léon Paris,New-York 1966 36x49.5cm une feuille

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        [Moïse et les fils d'Israël] So went Moses and Aaron, and gathered all the Elders of the children of Israël. (Ainsi vinrent Moïse et Aaron, et ils rassemblèrent tous les ainés des fils d'Israël) - The Story of Exodus

      Original lithograph in colors, one of the 15 proofs printed on Imperial Japan paper and reserved for the artist and his collaborators, one draw with 20 other japan and 250 Arches paper. unsigned Event, as all races in the series except the frontispiece.Superb test of Japan made especially for The Story of Exodus, published in 1966, Chagall painted the 24 lithographs inset printed by Mourlot.Fernand Mourlot, undoubtedly the best artisan lithographer of the twentieth century, was naturally the printer and the friend of the greatest artists of his time. "Picasso, Matisse, Chagall, Miró, Braque, Dubuffet, Léger, Giacometti ... have enriched their own expressions and contemporary art a new area of ??research. With Mourlot, and thanks to him, lithography has acquired both personality and future. " (Pierre Cabanne, in fifty years of lithography).Already printer of the two volumes of the Bible illustrated by Chagall, Mourlot contributed to the formation of the artist in the art of lithography in the 1950s it was at this time that Chagall indeed begins to attend workshop Mourlot to learn the lithographic processes and he became friends with the artisans of printing, including Charles Sorlier.So is this the top of his game as Chagall realizes this Exodus story that coincides with the completion of his immense lithographic and pictorial work on the Bible began in 1930 at the initiative of Ambroise Vollard. This decorative cycle entitled Biblical Message T will also behind the creation of the Marc Chagall Museum, originally the National Museum of Biblical Message Marc - Chagall.Extremely rare first test printed on Japan, the best paper and the best for color prints. AMIEL Léon Paris,New-York 1966 36x49.5cm une feuille

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        [Moïse et ses frères] And in those days, when Moses was growen, he went forth unto his brethren, and looked on their burdens. (en ce temps-là, Moïse, étant devenu grand, sortit vers ses frères, et vit leurs travaux) - The Story of Exodus

      Original lithograph in colors, one of the 15 proofs printed on Imperial Japan paper and reserved for the artist and his collaborators, one draw with 20 other japan and 250 Arches paper. unsigned Event, as all races in the series except the frontispiece.Superb test of Japan made especially for The Story of Exodus, published in 1966, Chagall painted the 24 lithographs inset printed by Mourlot.Fernand Mourlot, undoubtedly the best artisan lithographer of the twentieth century, was naturally the printer and the friend of the greatest artists of his time. "Picasso, Matisse, Chagall, Miró, Braque, Dubuffet, Léger, Giacometti ... have enriched their own expressions and contemporary art a new area of ??research. With Mourlot, and thanks to him, lithography has acquired both personality and future. " (Pierre Cabanne, in fifty years of lithography).Already printer of the two volumes of the Bible illustrated by Chagall, Mourlot contributed to the formation of the artist in the art of lithography in the 1950s it was at this time that Chagall indeed begins to attend workshop Mourlot to learn the lithographic processes and he became friends with the artisans of printing, including Charles Sorlier.So is this the top of his game as Chagall realizes this Exodus story that coincides with the completion of his immense lithographic and pictorial work on the Bible began in 1930 at the initiative of Ambroise Vollard. This decorative cycle entitled Biblical Message T will also behind the creation of the Marc Chagall Museum, originally the National Museum of Biblical Message Marc - Chagall.Extremely rare first test printed on Japan, the best paper and the best for color prints. AMIEL Léon Paris,New-York 1966 36x49.5cm une feuille

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        [Les tables de la Loi] Moses then came and called for the elders of the people, and proposed unto them all these things, which the Lorde commanded him. (Puis Moïse vint et appela les Anciens du peuple, et proposa devant eux toutes ces choses-là que l'Eternel lui avait commandées) - The Story of Exodus

      Original lithograph in colors, one of the 15 proofs printed on Imperial Japan paper and reserved for the artist and his collaborators, one draw with 20 other japan and 250 Arches paper. unsigned Event, as all races in the series except the frontispiece.Superb test of Japan made especially for The Story of Exodus, published in 1966, Chagall painted the 24 lithographs inset printed by Mourlot.Fernand Mourlot, undoubtedly the best artisan lithographer of the twentieth century, was naturally the printer and the friend of the greatest artists of his time. "Picasso, Matisse, Chagall, Miró, Braque, Dubuffet, Léger, Giacometti ... have enriched their own expressions and contemporary art a new area of ??research. With Mourlot, and thanks to him, lithography has acquired both personality and future. " (Pierre Cabanne, in fifty years of lithography).Already printer of the two volumes of the Bible illustrated by Chagall, Mourlot contributed to the formation of the artist in the art of lithography in the 1950s it was at this time that Chagall indeed begins to attend workshop Mourlot to learn the lithographic processes and he became friends with the artisans of printing, including Charles Sorlier.So is this the top of his game as Chagall realizes this Exodus story that coincides with the completion of his immense lithographic and pictorial work on the Bible began in 1930 at the initiative of Ambroise Vollard. This decorative cycle entitled Biblical Message T will also behind the creation of the Marc Chagall Museum, originally the National Museum of Biblical Message Marc - Chagall.Extremely rare first test printed on Japan, the best paper and the best for color prints. AMIEL Léon Paris,New-York 1966 36x49.5cm une feuille

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        Then Moses assembled all the Congregation of the children of Israel, and sayde unto them, "These are the wordes which the Lorde hath commanded that ye shoulde doe them - The Story of Exodus

      Original lithograph in colors, one of the 15 proofs printed on Imperial Japan paper and reserved for the artist and his collaborators, one draw with 20 other japan and 250 Arches paper. unsigned Event, as all races in the series except the frontispiece.Superb test of Japan made especially for The Story of Exodus, published in 1966, Chagall painted the 24 lithographs inset printed by Mourlot.Fernand Mourlot, undoubtedly the best artisan lithographer of the twentieth century, was naturally the printer and the friend of the greatest artists of his time. "Picasso, Matisse, Chagall, Miró, Braque, Dubuffet, Léger, Giacometti ... have enriched their own expressions and contemporary art a new area of ??research. With Mourlot, and thanks to him, lithography has acquired both personality and future. " (Pierre Cabanne, in fifty years of lithography).Already printer of the two volumes of the Bible illustrated by Chagall, Mourlot contributed to the formation of the artist in the art of lithography in the 1950s it was at this time that Chagall indeed begins to attend workshop Mourlot to learn the lithographic processes and he became friends with the artisans of printing, including Charles Sorlier.So is this the top of his game as Chagall realizes this Exodus story that coincides with the completion of his immense lithographic and pictorial work on the Bible began in 1930 at the initiative of Ambroise Vollard. This decorative cycle entitled Biblical Message T will also behind the creation of the Marc Chagall Museum, originally the National Museum of Biblical Message Marc - Chagall.Extremely rare first test printed on Japan, the best paper and the best for color prints. AMIEL Léon Paris,New-York 1966 36x49.5cm une feuille

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        He wrote in the Tables the wordes of the covenaunt, even the Ten Commandements - The Story of Exodus

      Original lithograph in colors, one of the 15 proofs printed on Imperial Japan paper and reserved for the artist and his collaborators, one draw with 20 other japan and 250 Arches paper. unsigned Event, as all races in the series except the frontispiece.Superb test of Japan made especially for The Story of Exodus, published in 1966, Chagall painted the 24 lithographs inset printed by Mourlot.Fernand Mourlot, undoubtedly the best artisan lithographer of the twentieth century, was naturally the printer and the friend of the greatest artists of his time. "Picasso, Matisse, Chagall, Miró, Braque, Dubuffet, Léger, Giacometti ... have enriched their own expressions and contemporary art a new area of ??research. With Mourlot, and thanks to him, lithography has acquired both personality and future. " (Pierre Cabanne, in fifty years of lithography).Already printer of the two volumes of the Bible illustrated by Chagall, Mourlot contributed to the formation of the artist in the art of lithography in the 1950s it was at this time that Chagall indeed begins to attend workshop Mourlot to learn the lithographic processes and he became friends with the artisans of printing, including Charles Sorlier.So is this the top of his game as Chagall realizes this Exodus story that coincides with the completion of his immense lithographic and pictorial work on the Bible began in 1930 at the initiative of Ambroise Vollard. This decorative cycle entitled Biblical Message T will also behind the creation of the Marc Chagall Museum, originally the National Museum of Biblical Message Marc - Chagall.Extremely rare first test printed on Japan, the best paper and the best for color prints. AMIEL Léon Paris,New-York 1966 36x49.5cm une feuille

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        Moses wrath waxed hote, and he cast the Tables out of his hands, and brake them in pieces beneath the mountaine - The Story of Exodus

      Original lithograph in colors, one of the 15 proofs printed on Imperial Japan paper and reserved for the artist and his collaborators, one draw with 20 other japan and 250 Arches paper. unsigned Event, as all races in the series except the frontispiece.Superb test of Japan made especially for The Story of Exodus, published in 1966, Chagall painted the 24 lithographs inset printed by Mourlot.Fernand Mourlot, undoubtedly the best artisan lithographer of the twentieth century, was naturally the printer and the friend of the greatest artists of his time. "Picasso, Matisse, Chagall, Miró, Braque, Dubuffet, Léger, Giacometti ... have enriched their own expressions and contemporary art a new area of ??research. With Mourlot, and thanks to him, lithography has acquired both personality and future. " (Pierre Cabanne, in fifty years of lithography).Already printer of the two volumes of the Bible illustrated by Chagall, Mourlot contributed to the formation of the artist in the art of lithography in the 1950s it was at this time that Chagall indeed begins to attend workshop Mourlot to learn the lithographic processes and he became friends with the artisans of printing, including Charles Sorlier.So is this the top of his game as Chagall realizes this Exodus story that coincides with the completion of his immense lithographic and pictorial work on the Bible began in 1930 at the initiative of Ambroise Vollard. This decorative cycle entitled Biblical Message T will also behind the creation of the Marc Chagall Museum, originally the National Museum of Biblical Message Marc - Chagall.Extremely rare first test printed on Japan, the best paper and the best for color prints. AMIEL Léon Paris,New-York 1966 36x49.5cm une feuille

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        [Sur le Sinaï, les tables de la Loi] He gave him Two Tables of the Testimonie, even tables of stone, written with the finger of God. (il lui donna les deux tables du témoignage, tables de pierre, écrites du doigt de Dieu.) - The Story of Exodus

      Original lithograph in colors, one of the 15 proofs printed on Imperial Japan paper and reserved for the artist and his collaborators, one draw with 20 other japan and 250 Arches paper. unsigned Event, as all races in the series except the frontispiece. Superb test of Japan made especially for The Story of Exodus, published in 1966, Chagall painted the 24 lithographs inset printed by Mourlot. Fernand Mourlot, undoubtedly the best artisan lithographer of the twentieth century, was naturally the printer and the friend of the greatest artists of his time. "Picasso, Matisse, Chagall, Miró, Braque, Dubuffet, Léger, Giacometti ... have enriched their own expressions and contemporary art a new area of ??research. With Mourlot, and thanks to him, lithography has acquired both personality and future. " (Pierre Cabanne, in fifty years of lithography). Already printer of the two volumes of the Bible illustrated by Chagall, Mourlot contributed to the formation of the artist in the art of lithography in the 1950s it was at this time that Chagall indeed begins to attend workshop Mourlot to learn the lithographic processes and he became friends with the artisans of printing, including Charles Sorlier. So is this the top of his game as Chagall realizes this Exodus story that coincides with the completion of his immense lithographic and pictorial work on the Bible began in 1930 at the initiative of Ambroise Vollard. This decorative cycle entitled Biblical Message T will also behind the creation of the Marc Chagall Museum, originally the National Museum of Biblical Message Marc - Chagall. Extremely rare first test printed on Japan, the best paper and the best for color prints. AMIEL Léon Paris,New-York 1966 36x49.5cm une feuille

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        [Le baton changé en serpent] He cast the rodde on the ground, and it was turned into a serpent, and Moses fled from it. (Il jeta la tige à terre, et elle devint un serpent. Moïse fuyait devant lui.) - The Story of Exodus

      Original lithograph in colors, one of the 15 proofs printed on Imperial Japan paper and reserved for the artist and his collaborators, one draw with 20 other japan and 250 Arches paper. unsigned Event, as all races in the series except the frontispiece.Superb test of Japan made especially for The Story of Exodus, published in 1966, Chagall painted the 24 lithographs inset printed by Mourlot.Fernand Mourlot, undoubtedly the best artisan lithographer of the twentieth century, was naturally the printer and the friend of the greatest artists of his time. "Picasso, Matisse, Chagall, Miró, Braque, Dubuffet, Léger, Giacometti ... have enriched their own expressions and contemporary art a new area of ??research. With Mourlot, and thanks to him, lithography has acquired both personality and future. " (Pierre Cabanne, in fifty years of lithography).Already printer of the two volumes of the Bible illustrated by Chagall, Mourlot contributed to the formation of the artist in the art of lithography in the 1950s it was at this time that Chagall indeed begins to attend workshop Mourlot to learn the lithographic processes and he became friends with the artisans of printing, including Charles Sorlier.So is this the top of his game as Chagall realizes this Exodus story that coincides with the completion of his immense lithographic and pictorial work on the Bible began in 1930 at the initiative of Ambroise Vollard. This decorative cycle entitled Biblical Message T will also behind the creation of the Marc Chagall Museum, originally the National Museum of Biblical Message Marc - Chagall.Extremely rare first test printed on Japan, the best paper and the best for color prints. AMIEL Léon Paris,New-York 1966 36x49.5cm une feuille

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        [Moïse et l'Ange] And Moses beheld all the worke, and beholde, they had done it as the Lorde had commanded; and Moses blessed them. (Moïse examina tout le travail; et voici, ils l'avaient fait comme l'Eternel l'avait ordonné, ils l'avaient fait ainsi. Et Moïse les bénit) - The Story of Exodus

      Original lithograph in colors, one of the 15 proofs printed on Imperial Japan paper and reserved for the artist and his collaborators, one draw with 20 other japan and 250 Arches paper. unsigned Event, as all races in the series except the frontispiece.Superb test of Japan made especially for The Story of Exodus, published in 1966, Chagall painted the 24 lithographs inset printed by Mourlot.Fernand Mourlot, undoubtedly the best artisan lithographer of the twentieth century, was naturally the printer and the friend of the greatest artists of his time. "Picasso, Matisse, Chagall, Miró, Braque, Dubuffet, Léger, Giacometti ... have enriched their own expressions and contemporary art a new area of ??research. With Mourlot, and thanks to him, lithography has acquired both personality and future. " (Pierre Cabanne, in fifty years of lithography).Already printer of the two volumes of the Bible illustrated by Chagall, Mourlot contributed to the formation of the artist in the art of lithography in the 1950s it was at this time that Chagall indeed begins to attend workshop Mourlot to learn the lithographic processes and he became friends with the artisans of printing, including Charles Sorlier.So is this the top of his game as Chagall realizes this Exodus story that coincides with the completion of his immense lithographic and pictorial work on the Bible began in 1930 at the initiative of Ambroise Vollard. This decorative cycle entitled Biblical Message T will also behind the creation of the Marc Chagall Museum, originally the National Museum of Biblical Message Marc - Chagall.Extremely rare first test printed on Japan, the best paper and the best for color prints. AMIEL Léon Paris,New-York 1966 36x49.5cm une feuille

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        [Moïse, Aaron et les Tables de la Loi] Moreover they made garments of ministration to minister in the Sanctuarie; they made also the holy garments for Aaron, as the Lorde had commanded Moses (De plus, on fit les vêtements d'office pour le service dans le sanctuaire; on fit aussi les vêtements sacrés pour Aaron, comme Le Seigneur l'avait ordonné à Moïse) - The Story of Exodus

      Original lithograph in colors, one of the 15 proofs printed on Imperial Japan paper and reserved for the artist and his collaborators, one draw with 20 other japan and 250 Arches paper. unsigned Event, as all races in the series except the frontispiece.Superb test of Japan made especially for The Story of Exodus, published in 1966, Chagall painted the 24 lithographs inset printed by Mourlot.Fernand Mourlot, undoubtedly the best artisan lithographer of the twentieth century, was naturally the printer and the friend of the greatest artists of his time. "Picasso, Matisse, Chagall, Miró, Braque, Dubuffet, Léger, Giacometti ... have enriched their own expressions and contemporary art a new area of ??research. With Mourlot, and thanks to him, lithography has acquired both personality and future. " (Pierre Cabanne, in fifty years of lithography).Already printer of the two volumes of the Bible illustrated by Chagall, Mourlot contributed to the formation of the artist in the art of lithography in the 1950s it was at this time that Chagall indeed begins to attend workshop Mourlot to learn the lithographic processes and he became friends with the artisans of printing, including Charles Sorlier.So is this the top of his game as Chagall realizes this Exodus story that coincides with the completion of his immense lithographic and pictorial work on the Bible began in 1930 at the initiative of Ambroise Vollard. This decorative cycle entitled Biblical Message T will also behind the creation of the Marc Chagall Museum, originally the National Museum of Biblical Message Marc - Chagall.Extremely rare first test printed on Japan, the best paper and the best for color prints. AMIEL Léon Paris,New-York 1966 36x49.5cm une feuille

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        [Moïse et Josué] Then came Amalek and fought with Israel in Rephidim. And Moses sayed to Ioshua, 'Chuse us our men, and goe fight with Amalek. (Amalek vint combattre Israël à Rephidim. 9Alors Moïse dit à Josué: Choisis-nous des hommes, sors, et combats Amalek) - The Story of Exodus

      Original lithograph in colors, one of the 15 proofs printed on Imperial Japan paper and reserved for the artist and his collaborators, one draw with 20 other japan and 250 Arches paper. unsigned Event, as all races in the series except the frontispiece.Superb test of Japan made especially for The Story of Exodus, published in 1966, Chagall painted the 24 lithographs inset printed by Mourlot.Fernand Mourlot, undoubtedly the best artisan lithographer of the twentieth century, was naturally the printer and the friend of the greatest artists of his time. "Picasso, Matisse, Chagall, Miró, Braque, Dubuffet, Léger, Giacometti ... have enriched their own expressions and contemporary art a new area of ??research. With Mourlot, and thanks to him, lithography has acquired both personality and future. " (Pierre Cabanne, in fifty years of lithography).Already printer of the two volumes of the Bible illustrated by Chagall, Mourlot contributed to the formation of the artist in the art of lithography in the 1950s it was at this time that Chagall indeed begins to attend workshop Mourlot to learn the lithographic processes and he became friends with the artisans of printing, including Charles Sorlier.So is this the top of his game as Chagall realizes this Exodus story that coincides with the completion of his immense lithographic and pictorial work on the Bible began in 1930 at the initiative of Ambroise Vollard. This decorative cycle entitled Biblical Message T will also behind the creation of the Marc Chagall Museum, originally the National Museum of Biblical Message Marc - Chagall.Extremely rare first test printed on Japan, the best paper and the best for color prints. AMIEL Léon Paris,New-York 1966 36x49.5cm une feuille

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        [Aaron rencontre Moïse] Then the Lorde sayde unto Aaron "Goe meets Moses in the wildernesse". And he went and met him in the mount of God and kissed him (Le seigneur dit à Aaron: Va dans le désert. Aaron partit et le rencontra sur la montagne de Dieu et il l'embrassa) - The Story of Exodus

      Original lithograph in colors, one of the 15 proofs printed on Imperial Japan paper and reserved for the artist and his collaborators, one draw with 20 other japan and 250 Arches paper. unsigned Event, as all races in the series except the frontispiece. Superb test of Japan made especially for The Story of Exodus, published in 1966, Chagall painted the 24 lithographs inset printed by Mourlot. Fernand Mourlot, undoubtedly the best artisan lithographer of the twentieth century, was naturally the printer and the friend of the greatest artists of his time. "Picasso, Matisse, Chagall, Miró, Braque, Dubuffet, Léger, Giacometti ... have enriched their own expressions and contemporary art a new area of ??research. With Mourlot, and thanks to him, lithography has acquired both personality and future. " (Pierre Cabanne, in fifty years of lithography). Already printer of the two volumes of the Bible illustrated by Chagall, Mourlot contributed to the formation of the artist in the art of lithography in the 1950s it was at this time that Chagall indeed begins to attend workshop Mourlot to learn the lithographic processes and he became friends with the artisans of printing, including Charles Sorlier. So is this the top of his game as Chagall realizes this Exodus story that coincides with the completion of his immense lithographic and pictorial work on the Bible began in 1930 at the initiative of Ambroise Vollard. This decorative cycle entitled Biblical Message T will also behind the creation of the Marc Chagall Museum, originally the National Museum of Biblical Message Marc - Chagall. Extremely rare first test printed on Japan, the best paper and the best for color prints. AMIEL Léon Paris,New-York 1966 36x49.5cm une feuille

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        ARTE ITALIANO CONTEMPORANEO. DESDE 1910 EXPOSICION ORGANIZADA POR LA QUADRIENNALE DE ROMA

      MUSEO DE ARTE MODERNO, ROMA 1966 - SPAGNOLO Catalogo della mostra, brossura editoriale morbida, illustrata, con lievissimi segni di usura e con traccia di umidità al posteriore, con numerose riproduzioni a colori applicate nei testi e 85 tavole in nero fuori testo, da pag. 100 a fine volume traccia di umidità al bordo superiore la quale è causa dell'attaccamento tra loro di alcune pagine

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        La Sicilia prima dei Greci

      IL SAGGIATORE, MILANO 1966 - Uomo e mito ITALIANO Legatura editoriale in robusto cartonato, con dissolvenza del dorso tracce d'uso, volume N. 1 della collana, con 78 fotografie, 50 disegni e 7 carte geografiche, buono lo stato di conservazione nonostante assenza sovraccoperta.

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