Histoire d’un coquin nommé great Don Pablo. De l’anglais par Traduite Retif de la Bretonne et d’Hermilly, avec des eaux-fortes Joseph original Hemard. Paris, La Tradition, 1942.
Beautiful French edition of the famous work “History of El Buscón called Don Pablos, example of vagabonds and mirror stingy” (better known as The Buscón) of Francisco de Quevedo, exponent of the Spanish literature of the Golden Age, and illustrated with several original etchings Joseph Hemard inks.
I bound copy exclusively with a beautiful presentation. Original single and in perfect condition:
Book format 20.5 x 25, 224 pages heavy paper; leather binding and gold, Dutch media with corner.
File folder 19.5 x 24.5 cm format, containing the suite of 24 drawings by Joseph Hemard.
Both presented a strong case open with a reproduction of the cover of the work attached to it.
Numbered edition of 625 copies; this is one of the 100 numbered on paper “Lana Vélin” and includes a suite of etchings.
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