Book Description

Collectors' edition, printed on handmade paper, edges uncut, title and half-title in sepia and black, no. 17 of the first 100 copies printed. Folio (290 x 370)
Dealer Notes
Fritz Boehle (1873-1916) German painter, etcher and sculptor, artist in a class of his own, strongly inspired by Dürer and Cranach the Elder. Favourite subjects were people and animals. Horses are often represented in fine detail in his graphic work which is greatly inspired by peasant life, craftsmen, Main river landscapes and boating scenes.
Willy Belling (°1881), painter, graphic artist and binding designer, student of Otto Eckmann in Berlin.
Author Klein, Rudolf
Date n.d. [1909?]
Binding Full parchment binding, designed by Willy Belling with his monogram.
Publisher London, Paris, Berlin: The International Art Publishing Company
Illustrator Boehle, Karl Friedrich
Condition A very good copy with the exception of slight foxing to beginning and end and to some of the tissue guard sheets. Former owner's neat signature on half title.
Pages 60 p.

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