29 November 2011
[ZAO WOU-KI] -- RIMBAUD, Arthur (1854-1891). Illuminations. Huit eaux-fortes en couleurs. Paris: Le Club de livre de français, 1967.
In-folio (418 x 317 mm). 8 eaux-fortes originales de Zao Wou-ki, chacune signée et justifiée par l'artiste au crayon. En feuilles, couverture originale de l'éditeur, chemise originale en soie bleu clair, fermoirs à la chinoise (dos de la chemise légèrement passé).
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