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Croquis De Peintres De La Marine

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Product description

Very scarce. Text in French. Cover illustrated in colour by André Hambourg. Eight double sheets with black and white or watercolour sketches by André Nivard, André Hambourg and Albert Brenet. This art album was published for the benefit of the Association for the Development of the Navy Social Works. The first two hundred copies reserved for the French Navy numbered from 1 to 200, then 2800 copies for subscribers on Canson paper, this being number 2940. Undated but a number of the works are dated 1963. There is a 6cm tear along the rear hinge fold of the cover running down from the top edge, with a short horizontal tear across the spine and onto the front for about 2 cm, about 2 cm down from the top edge. The spine and the adjacent front cover are creased. The right hand edge of the front cover appears to be a little discoloured. There are two tiny tears on the top edge of the rear cover. The very right hand edge of the first/title page is tanned.

Item details

Added value:
Very scarce publication
Author(s):
Hambourg, Andre; Brenet, Albert; Nivard, Andre
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
c1963
Format:
Paperback
Publisher:
Presse-Information de la Marine Nationale

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Very scarce. Text in French. Cover illustrated in colour by André Hambourg. Eight double sheets with black and white or watercolour sketches by André Nivard, André Hambourg and Albert Brenet. This art album was published for the benefit of the Association for the Development of the Navy Social Works. The first two hundred copies reserved for the French Navy numbered from 1 to 200, then 2800 copies for subscribers on Canson paper, this being number 2940. Undated but a number of the works are dated 1963. There is a 6cm tear along the rear hinge fold of the cover running down from the top edge, with a short horizontal tear across the spine and onto the front for about 2 cm, about 2 cm down from the top edge. The spine and the adjacent front cover are creased. The right hand edge of the front cover appears to be a little discoloured. There are two tiny tears on the top edge of the rear cover. The very right hand edge of the first/title page is tanned.

Added value:
Very scarce publication
Author(s):
Hambourg, Andre; Brenet, Albert; Nivard, Andre
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
c1963
Format:
Paperback
Publisher:
Presse-Information de la Marine Nationale

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