Die Impressionisten Pissarro, Claude Monet, Sisley, Renoir, Berthe Morisot, Cezanne, Guillaumin
Duret, Theodore

Berlin Germany: Bruno Cassirer, 1914. 159 pages; black and white illustrations; including 3 engraved & etched artworks (as called for in the contents): Renoir "Kinderbild"; Renoir "Zwei Madchen" engravings and a frontispiece by Beltrand after Cezanne; volume measures approx. 7" x 9" size; original illustrated & titled printed paper over boards, vellum spine with gilt titles; the frontispiece tissue guard is partially chipped away; all three original artworks in very good condition, "Kinderbild" with a bit of paper-ripple, would flatten if pressed properly; the volume with some edge, tips wear, one page with a rub-scrape, loss of a few words of text, opposite page with small tear-hole (as if there was a paper-pull at that spot); overall, very good. Theodore Duret (1838 - 1927) French journalist, author and art critic, a great proponent of the Impressionists and their style. Very Good Hardcover (Item ID: 23337)


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