Paris: Meynial. 3 volumes, 1918, 1919 and 1921 of the five volumes almanac. Beautifully illustrated with 19 pochoir color plates and 3 color title page vignettes by George Barbier in his characteristic art deco style. The volume for 1918 is in pink silk with cracked hinges and no dust wrapper; 1919 is with pictorial silk covers, hinges strengthened, chipped spine and partial dust wrapper; 1919 has a white pictorial silk cover and good dust wrapper. The interiors are all fine. Paris: Meynial, 1918, 1919, 1921. Very good (-).
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Paris: Chez Davambez. Illustrated by Arnoux with 12 fine color pochoir plates. Oblong 12mo, color illustrated wrappers, sewn with cord (wraps are a bit edgeworn and lightly soiled; one stain on upper corner slightly effecting pages). Paris: Chez Devambez, (circa 1917). A very good copy of this scarce pamphlet, a celebration of the French- American alliance. Back cover stamped "Editions de l'Abeille d'Or, Paris"
Paris: Trianon, 1928. Published under the direction of Vladimir Pozner. 20 aquarelles. 6 volumes, small 8vo, stiff printed wrappers, untrimmed. Paris: Éditions Trianon, 1928. Fine. One of 475 numbered copies. Le Bonheur au Jeu. 4 aquarelles by Emilien Dufour; Don Juan. 2 aquarelles by Ladislas MEDGYES. Le Voeu. 2 aquarelles by CZEREFKOW. Adventures de la Nuit de Saint-Sylvestre.,4 aquarelles by Edward GOERG. Le Majorat.4 aquarelles by AF COSYNS. L'Homme au Sable Man in the sand. 4 aquarelles by Constant LE BRETON.
Paris: Jean Cres, 1944. Wood engravings colored in pochoir by Maximilien Vox. 12mo, unopened, stiff pictorial wrappers, decorative board slipcase (rubbed). (Paris: Jean Cres), 1944. First Edition. Spine is rubbed, otherwise a fine copy. A theatrical adaptation inspired by Stevenson's Treasure Island. An unnumbered limited edition signed by the artist.
Paris: La Connaissance, 1925. Illustrated with 14 etchings colored in pochoir, numerous culs-de-lampe, letters and designs, all by Colucci. A separate thin volume contains an extra suite of all plates and figures in b/w, plus 4 in color. Thick 4to, original printed wrappers with glassine; both volumes laid into the publisher's illustrated board folder (edgeworn and neatly re-backed in brown cloth). Paris: La Connaissance, 1925. From a total printing of 102, this is an hors commerce copy, signed by Colucci...
New York: Pierre Matisse Gallery, 1967. Introductory text by David Sylvester. A magnificent exhibition catalog, illustrated with 6 (of 7) original color silkscreens, lithographs, and pochoirs, printed by Daniel Jacomet; 25 other b/w images. 40pp. Tall 4to, color pictorial wrappers and printed overwrap with die-cut window (torn at edges of window). New York: Pierre Matisse Gallery, November 1967. A very good copy with clean plates. Limited edition - number 263 of 1200 copies. This splendid catalogue should not be confused...
Paris: Berggruen & Cie, 1956. 2 page introduction by Severini and 3 page chronology by Hans Bolliger. Slim 8vo pamphlet. 24 pages in all with 15 illustrations, including 8 in pochoir, one of which is double-page, all printed by Jacomet. The color pictorial wrapper is a wrap-around lithograph printed by Mourlot. Paris: Berggruen & Cie, (1956). A fine copy of this scarce catalogue.