Book Description

This book is a revelation both of the essential style of a city that changed forever in 1939, and of the work of the young Feliks Topolski. The drawings featured here, and completed by 1938, convey intimately the tastes and smells, the sounds and sights, and the allure of Paris during the 1930s.
Author Feliks Topolski
Date 1973
Binding Speckled brown & cream cloth over boards with red titles on spine with a pictorial dust wrapper featuring 'Le Grand Comedien' by Topolski on the front.
Publisher Hutchinson
Illustrator Feliks Topolski - 96 pages of charcoal drawings, pen & ink washes in cream, sepia, & black and white
Condition VG in a VG dust wrapper (unclipped)
Pages 109

Price: £20.00

Offered by Geoff Cox Books

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