French edition made in 1968 by the Editorial L. C. L. of Paris, under the title “Don Quichotte de Cervantes, par cinquante artistes du XVII siècle à nos jours”, in its collection “Les Peintres du Livre” (Don Quixote de Cervantes, for fifty artists from the seventeenth century to the present day).
A graphic vision that goes through the illustrations of the different editions that were made of the universal work of Cervantes from the first illustrated edition of 1617, passing through editions of the years 1640 (first illustrated French edition), 1744 (The Hague), 1862 ( Madrid), 1863 (Gustave Doré), 1909 (Daniel U. Vierge), 1955 (Picasso), 1957 (Salvador Dalí), etc., up to 1968. A selection of 50 illustrations made by as many important illustrators as Coypel , Fragonard, Goya, Butcher, Doré, Dalí, Vierge, Picasso, Jean Cocteau, etc…
Small 32-page booklet with texts in French by Claude Roger-Marx (a translation in Spanish is provided) and the 50 loose sheets in a black folder format 21.5 x 23 x 2 cm, all in perfect condition.
Presented in a red microfiber bag with signs of wear but in very good condition, 22 x 24 x 2.5 cm format.
Numbered edition limited to 3,000 copies.
Interesting and essential work for any good collector of Quixotes.
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