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Williams, William Carlos signed by author
Manikin Number Two, Go Go
NEW YORK, 1923 Published by MONROE WHEELER Binding: PAPER BACK GREY Size: 5X7 22 Pages Overall Condition is: FAIR signed by author on front end paper, princeton antiques bookplate on inside of front covercover age toned, pages yellowing, pages tied into light cardboard cover by age toned blue string. Contains the following: Flight to the City; The Rose; At the Faucet of June; The Eyeglasses; Light becomes Darkness; The Sea; The Hermaphroditic Telephones; The Red Wheelbarrow; Rigmarole; The Wildflower. WILLIAM CARLOS WILLIAMS A PHYSICIAN AND POET AND THE DE HELLEBRANTH FAMILY WERE VERY CLOSE. OUR COLLECTION OF WILLIAM CARLOS WILLIAMS WAS PURCHASED FROM THE HOME IN VENTNOR THE CITY NEXT TO OUR GREAT ATLANTIC CITY. Roland De Hellebranth A Doctor who performed surgeries at home and sisters Bertha de Hellebranth and Elena were born into a cultured upper-class family in Budapest, Bertha in 1899, Elena in 1897. Their father was a lawyer and their mother a student of Franz Liszt's last living pupil. They studied at the Academy of Fine Art in Budapest, at the Académie Julian and the Académie de la Grande Chaumière in Paris, and painted portraits of European nobility. As Patricia Fazekas points out, Growing up in a family of privilege, they seemed to have unusual access to many illustrious people. So we should not be surprised to find among their subjects members of high society, such as Count Andrássy Gyula, the Russian-born Princess Baby Galitzine, and Admiral Horthy Miklós, the Regent. Later on, their subjects included American heiress Gladys Vanderbilt (Countess László Széchenyi) … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Princeton Antiques Bookshop (princetn) [Atlantic City, New Jersey, US]
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