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  • Image du vendeur pour The original artwork for Kaléidoscope: ornements abstraits. Together with a set of the published pochoir plates. mis en vente par Peter Harrington.  ABA/ ILAB.

    VERNEUIL, Adélaïde & Maurice Pillard.

    Edité par Paris: Éditions Albert Lévy, [1923-26], 1923

    Vendeur Peter Harrington. ABA/ ILAB., London, Royaume-Uni
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    The original, highly finished artwork for the complete suite of pochoirs for the Verneuils' Kaléidoscope, "a masterwork of Art Deco design" (V & A website "The Kaleidoscopic Wonder of Art Deco Prints"). A visually spectacular document of what is widely recognised as one of the most brilliant of the art deco pattern books - a genre which Ray considered displayed art deco "in its purest form" (The Art Deco Book in France, p. 28) - a group remarkable for its artistry and almost equally for having survived close to a century complete. We have been unable to find records for any comparable archives on the market. The 20 sheets of Kaléidoscope contain 87 textile designs composed of "colourful, abstract motifs, which evoke, with their fragmented vocabulary, the dynamism of modern culture" (The Met web site) which were to exert a strong influence on the spread of art deco, becoming something of a toy box for designers for decades to come. Maurice Verneuil (1869-1942) began his artistic education in 1888, enrolling in the architectural section at the École nationale supérieure des beaux-arts in Paris. However, he was beguiled by the growing interest in ornament, and in 1892 joined the École Guérin where he fell under the influence of Eugène Grasset, one of the pioneers of art nouveau. Subsequently Verneuil became a skilful, mostly self-taught practitioner in a wide range of artistic disciplines - posters, furniture, marquetry, enamel, ceramics, batik, embroidery, photography and painting - and a leading theoretician of modern design in France, contributing illustrations and articles to Grasset's Art & Decoration and Albert Quantin's Le Monde moderne. In 1925 he was responsible for the publication of Étoffes et Tapis Étrangers, an illustrated study of the textiles exhibited at the Exposition Internationale des Arts Décoratifs et Industriels Moderne, one of the key publications of the exhibition that gave birth to the art deco movement. The work is credited on the title page to Maurice and "Ad. Verneuil", and it has been suggested that this refers to Adam, Maurice's brother. However his collaborator on this key project was in fact his wife Adélaïde, an attribution finally confirmed by Maurice's biographer Helen Bieri (Bieri, p.118). Adélaïde Verneuil de Marval (1898-1998), a Swiss artist, illustrator, bookbinder, and art critic, married Maurice in 1921, having been fascinated by his theories of design. By way of a honeymoon they made an extensive tour of Asia, bringing back a collection of prints and artefacts which was to influence their work thereafter, and from which Adélaïde donated a number of pieces to the Musée ethnographique de Genève. She is probably best known in her own right as a book illustrator, with a speciality in books on Buddhist themes. Much has been made of the fruitful convergence of the art deco period and the flowering of the pochoir technique, praised by Ray for its "subtle gradation" of colours, and promoted by Jean Saudé, acknowledged master of what he termed "enluminure", and author of the authoritative manual Traité d'enluminure d'art au pochoir (1925), as "the only process which from the first to the last, best interprets the artist's original style" (Ray, p. 48). Inevitably, Saudé was responsible for the plates of Kaléidoscope, and the quality of his work is peerless. But these original drafts reveal something of the process behind the creation of the Verneuils' innovative designs; pencil annotations show that the plate order was changed for publication, at least two of the plates were printed inverted according to the original markings, and entire sections of two plates have been excised and neatly replaced with a new pattern. Overall the palette of the pochoirs shifts towards lighter, cooler tones, the colours of the gouaches are denser, more intense, and inevitably the line is tougher and more vigourous, the surface actively worked; these originals possess great presence. A perhaps unique opportunity to own the original artwork for one of the true masterpieces of the art deco era. Bieri, Maurice Pillard-Verneuil: artiste décorateur de l'Art nouveau, 1869-1942, Deasy, "The Kaleidoscopic Wonder of Art Deco Prints", V & A web site, retrieved 13/12/2019); Ray, The Art Deco Book in France; Robinson, "Splendeurs de l'Art Deco"; Schneider-Henn, Ornament und Dekoration, 448 (wrongly identifying "Ad." Verneuil). 20 original designs, gouache over pencil on heavy paper stock (c. 440 x 345 mm), pencilled editorial annotations and alterations to the margins, two plates with carefully excised sections replaced with corrected designs, loosely corner mounted into recent window mounts for handling and display; with the published suite, title-page and 20 pochoir plates executed by Jean Saudé, many - as in the originals - utilising metallics, without the original chemise. The two housed in a custom ivory silk moiré solander case, illustration from the front panel of the original binding mounted on the lid. Paper lightly browned, a little more so at the margins, light soiling and few paint smudges, most sheets with some pinholes, occasional minimal chipping to the corners; the some paint surfaces with mild flaking, otherwise in very good, unrestored condition.

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    METROPOLIS - 1926Dir FRITZ LANGCast: BRIGITTE HELMSUECIA - -70X100-Cm.-27X41-INCHES-1 SH.- ON LINENPOSTERMost are in excellent condition but may have normal wear such as edge wear or a slight hole. I try photograph any flaw but examining the photos closely is your best bet!Please see bigger picture for detailsLa mayorÌa est n en excelentes condiciones, pero puede tener desgaste del borde o algun agujero pequeÒo. Intento fotografiar cualquier defecto, pero el examen de las fotos de cerca es su mejor opciÛn!Por favor ver la foto en grande para m s detallesSHIPPING COSTS:Fold posters SPAIN 5Ä = $7- -Correo certificado EUROPE 15Ä = $20WORLDWIDE 20Ä = $25 posters on linensmall format $60big format $90All POSTERS GOES BY FEDEX.ITEMS PURCHASED CAN BE COMBINED TO SAVE ON SHIPPING Most are in excellent condition but may have normal wear such as edge wear or a slight hole. I try photograph any flaw but examining the photos closely is your best bet!Please see bigger picture for detailsLa mayorÌa est n en excelentes condiciones, pero puede tener desgaste del borde o algun agujero pequeÒo. Intento fotografiar cualquier defecto, pero el examen de las fotos de cerca es su mejor opciÛn!Por favor ver la foto en grande para m s detallesSHIPPING COSTS:Fold posters SPAIN 5Ä = $7- -Correo certificado EUROPE 15Ä = $20WORLDWIDE 20Ä = $25 posters on linensmall format $60big format $90All POSTERS GOES BY FEDEX.ITEMS PURCHASED CAN BE COMBINED TO SAVE ON SHIPPING. 25470.

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    ILE DU DR. MOREAU, L¥ - 1932Dir EARLE C. KENTONCast: CHARLES LAUGHTONBELA LUGOSIKATHLEEN BURKEFRANCIA - -120X160-Cm.-47X63-INCHESPOSTERMost are in excellent condition but may have normal wear such as edge wear or a slight hole. I try photograph any flaw but examining the photos closely is your best bet!Please see bigger picture for detailsLa mayorÌa est n en excelentes condiciones, pero puede tener desgaste del borde o algun agujero pequeÒo. Intento fotografiar cualquier defecto, pero el examen de las fotos de cerca es su mejor opciÛn!Por favor ver la foto en grande para m s detallesSHIPPING COSTS:Fold posters SPAIN 5Ä = $7- -Correo certificado EUROPE 15Ä = $20WORLDWIDE 20Ä = $25 posters on linensmall format $60big format $90All POSTERS GOES BY FEDEX.ITEMS PURCHASED CAN BE COMBINED TO SAVE ON SHIPPING Most are in excellent condition but may have normal wear such as edge wear or a slight hole. I try photograph any flaw but examining the photos closely is your best bet!Please see bigger picture for detailsLa mayorÌa est n en excelentes condiciones, pero puede tener desgaste del borde o algun agujero pequeÒo. Intento fotografiar cualquier defecto, pero el examen de las fotos de cerca es su mejor opciÛn!Por favor ver la foto en grande para m s detallesSHIPPING COSTS:Fold posters SPAIN 5Ä = $7- -Correo certificado EUROPE 15Ä = $20WORLDWIDE 20Ä = $25 posters on linensmall format $60big format $90All POSTERS GOES BY FEDEX.ITEMS PURCHASED CAN BE COMBINED TO SAVE ON SHIPPING. 25470.

  • Moscicki, Ignacy] MoÅ cicki, Ignacy

    Edité par [S.n.], [Warsaw], 1939

    Vendeur Földvári Books, Budapest, Hongrie
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    Original vintage, printed poster. Text printed in black, coat of arms of Poland in red. Size: ca. 52 × 65 cm. The first printed official communication about the German Invasion of Poland on September 1, 1939, the official Warsaw-edition. The German invasion of Poland on September 1, 1939, marked the beginning of World War II, the largest military conflict in human history, which stretched for six years and cost 60 million lives. The decisive assault of the German army was commenced at 4:45 a.m. when the Schleswig-Holstein battleship opened fire at Westerplatte in the Free City of Danzig (GdaÅ sk). At 6:30 the Polish Radio broadcasted the recorded message "A wiÄ c wojna" (So war it is), while Ignacy MoÅ cicki, President of Poland formulated his appeal, and issued in placard from, to post it on the walls of the Polish cities immediately, as the first official printed communication about the outbreak of the war. In his appeal or proclamation, MoÅ cicki informs the people about the German military offensive against Poland, urges them to defend the freedom and independence of the country, to stand united with the Army, and promises a decent military response. An extremely scarce and important memento of the twentieth century. Despite its importance and the relatively large number of reproductions, we could trace only two copies of this, the official Warsaw-edition in institutional holdings, both held at the Polish National Library. . Paper somewhat yellowed. Artistically restored, in fine condition. Original vintage, printed poster. Text printed in black, coat of arms of Poland in red.

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    No Binding. Etat : Very Good. 1st Edition. Adam Smith rescued his family from slavery with the help of the Underground Railroad, thereby earning a permanent place in the annals of American freedom. He first appeared in the historical record on March 4, 1854, when Isaac Birch committed twenty-seven year old Adam to the Washington, D.C. slave jail as a runaway slave. Ten days later, he was released to Isaac Scaggs, suggesting that he had been sold to the Maryland slaveholder, a real country ruffian who will sell a slave as quick as any other slave-holder. Three years later, on August 22, 1857, Adam ran away from the Scaggs farm. He and and two other men escaped to Philadelphia via the Underground Railroad with the assistance of William Still. In his classic The Underground Railroad (1872), Still reprinted the $300 Reward Baltimore Sun notice describing Adam and his escape. Still wrote: The story which Adamrelated concerning his master and his reasons for escaping ran thus: My master was a very easy man, but would work you hard and never allow you any chance night or day; he was a farmer, about fifty, stout, full face, a real country ruffian; member of no church, a great drinker and gambler; will sell a slave as quick as any other slave-holder. He had a great deal of cash, but did not rank high in society. His wife was very severe; hated a colored man to have any comfort in the world. They had eight adult and nine young slaves. Adam left because he didn t like the treatment. Twice he had been placed on the auction-block What Still did not know was that Adam Smith then returned to the Scaggs farm two weeks later to free his family. In this reward poster, Scaggs reports the September 5 disappearance of five slaves, concluding, He ran away on Saturday the 22d of August, and I think has returned and induced his Wife and Children off. I will give $500 reward for them, no matter where taken Two months later, on November 8, Scaggs paid for another Baltimore Sun advertisement offering a reward for all six, suggesting that they had permanently gained their freedom. We have not seen or heard of another runaway reward poster in the market with a direct link to a documented Underground Railroad escape. This relic testifies to the thirst for freedom and strength of the African-American family even in slavery. EXTREMELY RARE. This is the only known example. Not in WorldCat.

  • Pal Vincze

    Date d'édition : 1930

    Vendeur Budapest Poster Gallery, Budapest, Hongrie
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    Paper, collage, paint. Etat : Fine, large restored tears. Size: Pre-war 1 Sheet (cca. 63 x 95 cm). Reisen mit Waldbauer Koffer Original in German text on the poster is an original Modernist poster design by an important architect of the interwar period P l Vince from 1930 P l Vince originally P l Weiss 1909 1994 was born to a Jewish family in Budapest in 1909 and studied furniture design in the School of Applied Arts from the famous master Gyula Kaesz In the year of the poster s creation he left to Germany He started to study in Stuttgart by Adolf Schneck later he left to D sseldorf where he studied architecture by Emil Fahrenkamp He came back to Hungary in 1933 and built up a career as an interior designer in the 1930s His German architect diploma was not accepted in Hungary until after the second World War In 1944 he successfully escaped from the forced labor camp In 1945 he changed his name and continued to work as an architect This unique Art Deco design was created in Stuttgart as P l Vince Weiss at that time was studying there After WW2 he became a very successful architect in Hungary His philosophy was deeply rooted in Bauhaus principles His building interior and facade designs are clear modern compositions following the principles of constructivism and functionalism The Waldbauer company was working there since the early 20th century they produced luxury luggages The original design of Vince is very attractive with is elegant Art Deco style The surface is beautifully detailed the designer successfully represented the different materials with painting pencil drawing and sprayed paint This is a truly unique piece of advertising design history.

  • Image du vendeur pour KERRY JAMES MARSHALL Vignette (Wishing Well) SIGNED 53" x 40.5" Etching 2010 African American Pink, Black & White, Green mis en vente par Art Wise

    Marshall, Kerry James

    Date d'édition : 2010

    Vendeur Art Wise, Brooklyn, NY, Etats-Unis
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    Etat : As New. "Vignette (Wishing Well)" by Kerry James Marshall, Signed Etching printed in 2010 from an edition size of 50. The overall size of the Etching is 53 x 40.5 inches. The condition of this piece has been graded as A: Mint. Here is some supplemental information about the Etching: Hand signed, titled, dated and numbered out of 50 in pencil by Marshall.Color aquatint, spitbite aquatint and sugarlift aquatint with softground and hardground etching, scrape and burnish, drypoint and collage. Published by Paulson Fontaine Press, Berkeley, CA. Signed. Art, Prints & Posters.

  • Image du vendeur pour Walk This Way (Deluxe Limited Edition portfolio, copy No. 1, plus Deluxe Limited Edition STEIDL book and accompanying photographic print) mis en vente par Royal Books, Inc., ABAA

    Sophie Bramly (photographer); Julien Frydman (editor); Cleo Charuet (designer)

    Edité par Editions 213 / Steidl, Paris, 2015

    Vendeur Royal Books, Inc., ABAA, Baltimore, MD, Etats-Unis
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    Deluxe Limited Edition portfolio. One of five copies (this being copy No. 1) of photographer Sophie Bramly's portfolio of 47 matte finish photographic prints in both black and white and color, depicting the emerging hip hop scene of 1980s New York. Signed and numbered by the photographer on the limitation page, and again on the verso of each photograph. Housed in a gold and red multi-tiered custom box. Also included is a copy of the limited edition softcover, published by Galerie 213, one of 500 copies (this being no. 058) containing a signed and numbered print by Bramly. With an introduction by Fab 5 Freddie. Arguably the most important photography portfolio documenting American hip hop that has ever been published, "Walk This Way" intimately showcases the burgeoning genre's emergence in 1980s New York, as captured via scenes backstage, in the homes of the artists, at art galleries, and of course while performing. Photographer Sophie Bramly left her native France to spend four years immersing herself in hip hop, becoming close friends with many artists, dancers, and their families. Compelled by the raw, vibrant energy of rap and hip hop, Bramly captured the outcast scene before it was considered a commodity, at a time when only a handful of clubs featured the music. The early, largely-African American scene represented a positive creative alternative to the poverty-related violence often found in the South Bronx, and has since become such a ubiquitous force that its stylistic influence can be found in nearly every facet of modern American culture, including language, clothing, dancing, and the use of DJ sampling. Featuring Afrika Bambaataa, Kool Herc, Russell Simmons, The Beastie Boys, Run DMC, Keith Harring, Futura 2000, Herbie Hancock, The Furious Five, and more, this portfolio contains images of some of hip hop's greatest early innovators. A versatile and multifaceted artist, Bramly later returned to Paris to host Europe's "Yo! MTV Raps" before creating a series of documentaries on sex and music, then going on to start her own production company that focused largely on female-oriented pornography. Portfolio includes: four 16 x 20 inch prints, twelve 7 x 9.5 inch prints, nine 5.25 x 7.25 inch prints, and twenty-two 11.5 x 9.5 inch prints, housed in a custom box. All photographs Fine, and housed in a Fine custom box. Limited Edition: Fine in wrappers and a Fine printed acetate dust jacket.

  • Dupire, Luc-Daniel].

    Edité par Aden, Algiers, Beirut, Brussels, Copenhagen, Dhofar, Iran, Jordan, London, Toulouse, Yemen and other places, 1969-1983., 1983

    Vendeur Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH, Vienna, A, Autriche
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    Comprising a total of ca. 250 items, including printed books, journals, various typescript and manuscript documents, photographs, a poster, and a music record, catalogued in 43 lots as prearranged in folders by the collector himself. In Arabic, English, French, German, Danish and Italian. An extraordinary archive of books and documents on the Dhofar rebellion (also known as the Omani Civil War) waged from 1962 to 1976, from the collection of the journalist and activist Luc-Daniel Dupire, founder of the Brussels Palestine Committee in 1969 and chairman of the Palestine National Committee in Belgium from 1970 to 1976. - Mostly issued by the People's Front for the Liberation of Oman and the Arabian Gulf (PFLOAG, later PFLO), the material spans more than a decade, from 1969 to the early 1980s, the bulk dating from the mid-1970s. The political and historical studies found in this collection, issued by the PFLOAG itself or their international support committees, not only provide the necessary background to an appreciation of the Omani war but reflect on the Arabian Gulf region as a whole. - An intriguing critical study of the situation of political prisoners in Oman, Bahrein, Iran, and Saudi Arabia, based on individual cases, is present here in the English first edition as well as in German and Danish translations. Another publication that treats the political and socio-economic situation beyond the borders of Oman is a study of the oil states or "petrocrats", "Les Émirats mirages" by Gabriel Dardaut and Simonne and Jean Lacouture: it mentions Sharjah and Sheikh Sultan, the "most hospitable one of the kings of the Gulf", Qatar and the authors' arrival at Doha, as well as Bahrein, the "green bouquet floating on a green sea". - Many items contained in this archive are unique in their comprehensiveness and would be well-nigh unobtainable individually. We here mention only the substantial ensembles collected by the delegation of the Belgian Palestine National Committee at the First and Second Conference of the Solidarity Committee for the Revolution in Oman and the Arabian Gulf in 1973 and 1974, mostly comprising activity reports and the committees' political statements, as well as the no fewer than 58 issues of the PFLOAG news bulletin, "Saut al Thawrah", in its English and Arabic versions. Additionally, there is a 52-item corpus of documents by the Organization of Yemeni Revolutionary Resisters (OYRR) in English and Arabic, including reports by the military command. - The manuscript documents, including the draft of an interview with Fred Halliday, a specialist on the Middle East and international relations, given to the Belgian Palestine Committee, are unique survivals. Equally impressive is a press kit for Heiny Srour s 1974 film "La Révolution a sonné", the only film ever shot in the Dhofar liberated zone, as well as several lists of medications and equipment required by the Omani Red Crescent. - The present collection bears impressive testimony to the impact the war in Oman had on an international level, triggering the establishment of support committees in Belgium, France, Germany, Great Britain, Denmark, Sweden, Italy, the United States, and the Soviet Union, many of their critical publications, reports, and pamphlets having survived in this ensemble. It is topped off by a 1972 music record of revolutionary songs, published by the French "Comité de Soutien à la Révolution en Oman", as well as 39 large-scale photographs, providing first-hand testimony on the fate of the Omani people, as well as Sultan Qaboos's visits to foreign political leaders. The material here offered constitutes a singular opportunity to acquire a vast and thematically wide-randing trove that documents one of the darkest periods of contemporary Omani history.

  • Image du vendeur pour Collection of Toller's works including discussions and lectures etc., as well as a collection of 19 printed posters and broadsides, 2 journals and 3 studies about Toller. mis en vente par Yushodo Co., Ltd.

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    Hardcover. Etat : Very Good. 57 items in 52 vols + 1 box (printed poster).

  • Bottlik József

    Date d'édition : 1938

    Vendeur Budapest Poster Gallery, Budapest, Hongrie
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    EUR 35 032,57

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    Paper, stone lithography. Size: Pre-war 1,5 sheet (cca. 63 x 126 cm). Orion Radio is a 1930s vintage Hungarian Art Deco advertising poster designed by Jozsef Bottlik Fine, restored paper loss and tears, backed on Japanese paper.

  • PIRATAS DEL CARIBE - 1942Dir: CECIL B. DE MILLECast: JOHN WAYNERAY MILLANDPAULETTE GODDARDCHARLES BICKFORDROBERT PRESTONSUSAN HAYWARDMEXICOL.C.- 31 x 41-Cms.-13 x 16 IN.PLEASE CHECK THE PICTURE FOR CONDITIONMost are in excellent condition but may have normal wear such as edge wear or a slight hole. I try photograph any flaw but examining the photos closely is your best bet!Please see bigger picture for detailsLa mayorÌa est n en excelentes condiciones, pero puede tener desgaste del borde o algun agujero pequeÒo. Intento fotografiar cualquier defecto, pero el examen de las fotos de cerca es su mejor opciÛn!Por favor ver la foto en grande para m s detallesSHIPPING COSTS:Fold posters SPAIN 5Ä = $7- -Correo certificado EUROPE 15Ä = $20WORLDWIDE 20Ä = $25 posters on linensmall format $60big format $90All POSTERS GOES BY FEDEX.ITEMS PURCHASED CAN BE COMBINED TO SAVE ON SHIPPING Most are in excellent condition but may have normal wear such as edge wear or a slight hole. I try photograph any flaw but examining the photos closely is your best bet!Please see bigger picture for detailsLa mayorÌa est n en excelentes condiciones, pero puede tener desgaste del borde o algun agujero pequeÒo. Intento fotografiar cualquier defecto, pero el examen de las fotos de cerca es su mejor opciÛn!Por favor ver la foto en grande para m s detallesSHIPPING COSTS:Fold posters SPAIN 5Ä = $7- -Correo certificado EUROPE 15Ä = $20WORLDWIDE 20Ä = $25 posters on linensmall format $60big format $90All POSTERS GOES BY FEDEX.ITEMS PURCHASED CAN BE COMBINED TO SAVE ON SHIPPING.

  • AGOUST, Alfred (French. b. circa 1870]

    Date d'édition : 1893

    Vendeur Donald A. Heald Rare Books (ABAA), New York, NY, Etats-Unis
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    Oil on canvas, laid down on wood, 22 x 30 inches. Signed and dated lower left: "Alfred Agoust / 1893," titled: "Buffalo Bill" on Kennedy Gallery labels. Superb condition, period-style gilt American exhibition frame. Provenance: Kennedy Galleries (labels); Collection of Edward Eberstadt & Sons. A very rare contemporary oil painting of an Act in Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show: Amost all of the images of the Wild West show are found in the great lithographic posters and photographs produced by the William F. Cody publicity machine. Period oil paintings of the Buffalo Bill act are very rare indeed. This wonderful image, showing a comic routine Buffalo Bill evidently adopted from European circus acts, is a unique contribution to the iconography of the Wild West Show. This entertaining painting almost certainly depicts a version of the comedy pantomime routine called "The Frenchman's Bottle Gag" as performed in England by Buffalo Bill Cody's Wild West Show. The painting shows a bewildered Buffalo Bill in the center of the canvas, apparently ready to come to blows with two cockney characters on either side of him, one of whom is swilling a drink from a flask. A prominent historian of performance tells us: "The gag, made famous in Paris by the Hanlon Brothers and their collaborator, the Agoust Family Jugglers, in the long playing three-stage acrobatics, magic, and pantomime spectacular, Le Voyage en Suisse, usually involves two clowns, a ridiculously dressed Frenchman, and his bottle. The clowns steal his bottle and surreptitiously sneak sips back-and-forth, as the bewildered Frenchman desperately attempts to figure out who's got his bottle. This image is of costers or pearlies, East End London cockneys, victimizing the Buffalo Bill character - the old Hanlon & Agoust drinking routine re-costumed for the Wild West show's British audience." Buffalo Bill Cody's Wild West Show made two extensive tours of England and Europe prior to the date of this painting, 1887-1888, arriving for Queen Victoria's Golden Jubilee, and 1889-1893, playing the great theaters and fairgrounds. The 1893 tour was at the height of the show's fame. The 1893 show program correctly stated, "Since the visit of Buffalo Bill's Wild West to England and its remarkable engagement in London, at West Brompton, in 1887, a history and tour have been made, such as no organization of its magnitude and requirements ever accomplished." Henri Agoust, the Hanlon's long-time collaborator (the parties later fell out and sued each other in a bitter legal dispute), had a son named Alfred, a member of the Agoust Family Jugglers. According to a census of traveling show people, he would have been in his early twenties in 1893. His biography is otherwise unknown. It seems likely, however, that the juggling Alfred Agoust was also the well trained, talented artist responsible for this magnificent show business painting, with its attention to costume, props, and comic gesture, demonstrating the specialized knowledge of the insider. John A. McKinven The Hanlon Brothers, their amazing acrobatics, pantomimes and stage spectacles (Glenwood, Illinois: David Meyer Magic Books, 1998), passim; Buffalo Bill's Wild West and Congress of Rough Riders of the World (Chicago: Blakely Printing Company, [1893]), passim.

  • Image du vendeur pour Manuscript]: Woodstock Nation mis en vente par Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA

    HOFFMAN, Abbie

    Vendeur Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA, Gloucester City, NJ, Etats-Unis
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    Unbound. Etat : Very Good. Original photomechanically reproduced typescript. 196 quarto and folio sheets printed mostly rectos only, with intermittent page numbering and several groupings of pages stapled or paper-clipped together, and with slips of paper containing edits taped to occasional sheets. The pages consist of photomechanically reproduced copies of Hoffman's edited typescript pages submitted to the publisher (we suspect in parts) with the editor's original pencil and ink edits to the copied pages as well as proofreader's markings in blue pencil. The manuscript is accompanied by a tattered light blue envelope ("John C. Meyer & Son Inc. Typographers") with "Woodstock Nation Manuscript" written large in black marker on the front and underneath it in smaller letters "Concert Hall," which was the name of the company that edited and designed the book, as well as having produced the Woodstock Festival program. Overall near fine with some scattered creasing and typical nicks and tears to the edges, most noticeable on the folios sheets. The suitably chaotic typescript of Abbie Hoffman's *Woodstock Nation*, a rambling, stream of consciousness-style recounting of the era-defining 1969 Woodstock Music and Arts Festival, where Hoffman famously interrupted The Who's performance while high on an LSD trip, to rant about the imprisonment of White Panther Party leader, John Sinclair, before being knocked down by an angry Pete Townshend. Hoffman feverishly wrote the book in the month between the end of the Woodstock Festival and the beginning of his trial as a member of the Chicago Eight, charged with inciting a riot at the 1968 Democratic National Convention. The manuscript show hundreds of changes and corrections in the text made by Hoffman, including several variations of a chapter title, an exorcised pseudonymous author citation ("Agent 12 - Yippie Conspirator"), and evidence of how several of his previously published articles were integrated into the text. The editors' handwritten notations are numerous with corrections throughout, including additions to the end of several chapters, and instructions to the designer for innovative ways to display the text and photo placement. There are also a few additional pages left for a planned promotional poster, a publisher's advertising card, and the list of photo credits. Unknown is who contributed a few small but significant additions to the text in blue pencil at the end of a few chapters. While there is some evidence they could be in Hoffman's hand, we could not definitively prove who wrote the hastily produced scrawl (although we are comfortable in our assertion that drugs were likely involved). While this a contemporary copy of Hoffman's original edited draft used by the book's editors, we have been unable to turn up evidence or reference to any other copies, leading us to believe that this is the only extent copy that survives, despite their being institutionally housed archives of Hoffman's papers at the University of Connecticut, New York Public Library, and the recent acquisition by the University of Texas at Austin. It is certainly possible that the editors of the book compiled the manuscript from the various sources that Hoffman sent along and then discarded the piecemeal submissions. With a letter of provenance from the wife of Michael Forman, who worked at Concert Hall Publications as the editor of the Program of the Woodstock Music and Arts Festival, and who served as a coeditor on *Woodstock Nation*. Hoffman gifted the manuscript to her on one of his visit as a token of his friendship. A significant and likely unique manuscript of Hoffman's second book, written in the brief period between two of the most important events of his eventful life.

  • A.M. Cassandre

    Date d'édition : 1935

    Vendeur Budapest Poster Gallery, Budapest, Hongrie
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    Paper, stone lithography. Size: cca. 62,5 x 100 cm. Normandie Inaugural Voyage is a 1935 vintage Art Deco travel poster designed by A M Cassandre This is the first and the rarest of all the variations on Cassandre s world famous poster for the Normandie Fine, fold marks, creasing and wear.

  • Tábor János

    Date d'édition : 1919

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    Paper, stone lithography. Size: Pre-war 2 Sheet (cca. 95 x 126 cm). Red Soldiers Advance is one of the iconinc posters of the short lived Hungarian Soviet Republic from 1919 designed by Janos Tabor an important posterist of the first half of the 20th century This short lived entity was the second communist state after Soviet Russia and the propaganda posters that were produced by Hungarian artists during this short period are in many ways unmatched Avant garde masterpieces which were way ahead of their time The Hungarian Soviet Republic Progressive art and culture with social interest During the very short period 133 days of the Hungarian Soviet Republic the progressive and modern tendencies in art and literature became apparent and dominated the cultural policy In fact the modern and progressive Hungarian intelligentsia supported the new regime unanimously Behind this phenomenon lied many reasons The Hungarian Soviet Republic was established in the spring of 1919 peacefully without bloodshed unlike the Soviet Revolution in 1917 which lead to a civil war This fact gave the new state strong legitimacy In addition to the socialist ideology of the regime the nationalist emotions were also present since the country was about to continue the war to defend itself and its territorial integrity This meant that the new regime was able to represent the key although diverse opinions present in Hungarian society The social issues were a central question for many Hungarian artists groups since the 1910 s Some of them were avant garde groups with a strong leftist ideology in which they were similar to not just the Russian but to the western Avant garde like Expressionist and Dadaist artist groups The question of social relevance was present in the work of the writers of the main literary journal Nyugat West Socialist ideology was dominant in Gyorgy Georg Lukacs s philosophy circle Vas rnapi K r Sunday Circle as well Lajos Kassak published internationalist and leftist articles in his magazines A Tett Action and Ma Today His circle defined itself as Activist with which they referred to their efforts to achieve changes in the social system In 1917 the news of the Soviet Revolution has upset all of these groups Their terrible experiences of the World War One caused great disappointment and a strong desire for peace The modern artist groups had a common desire for a new system a new world new faith and new man The belief that after this terrible war a new world will arise got stronger and stronger Their envisioned new world was defined by equality which was to be achieved by the peaceful uprising of the lower classes As the poet and writer Gyula Juhasz phrased only the proletariat can create a new world a better one because it is truer The Hungarian Soviet Republic seemed to fulfil the wishes of the artists who all became prominent actors in its cultural policy making The focus of the new cultural policy was on the removal of the bourgeoisie s intellectual dominance culture should not be theirs but everyone s privilege To achieve this goal the new regime had to restructure the system from the elementary schools to the universities and museums Education became free and schools became public The art collections were expropriated new libraries were opened in the country The new system gave the workers a real chance to be educated The modernist intelligentsia held important positions in the new system Most of them played central roles in the reforming of cultural life That meant that after the fall of the short lived communist state most of them had to leave Hungary to avoid retaliation and they started a new career abroad and we can add this was an important factor in that many of them later became world famous Gyorgy Georg Lukacs the important philosopher and writer was a central figure in the cultural policy he became Commissar for Education and Culture In that position he controlled most cultural matters He was also a member of the Directory of Theatre where the famous w.

  • Faragó Géza

    Date d'édition : 1924

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    Paper, stone lithography. Size: Pre-war 2 Sheet (cca. 95 x 126 cm). One of the most fascinating early Hungarian Art Deco posters Its creation dates back to the 1910s when it was designed by G za Farag It is connected to interesting issues of the history of the beginning of the 20th century G za Farag was one of the earliest masters of Hungarian poster art He was working in a textile factory to afford his art studies when he won scholarship to Paris in 1989 He continued his work and studies in the cultural metropolis first he studied at the Colarossi Academy later in the Atelier Artistique Delaye At the cole des Arts Decoratifs he got to Alphonse Mucha s workshop after which he could work with the Czech master of Art Nouveau for two years He returned to Hungary in 1902 and he was continually taking part in exhibitions with his gouaches from 1903 until 1910 These works were mostly caricature paintings which depicted typical figures of the contemporary citylife in a satirical way This satirical attitude was one of the most significant features of his works from the very beginnings until the end His early posters from the first years of the 20th century are characterised by strong and waving contour lines vivid colours and decorative ornamental patterns He was influenced by Mucha but the fabular lira of the Czech master hardly appeared in the works of Farag The Japanese woodcut art and the French Nabis artists also had an important impact on him He could find his own visual voice in the Art Nouveau style within some years by the end of the 1910s Softer colours more complicated dimensional compositions decorative motifs and the persistent humorous approach became the most important characteristics of his unique style His posters could capture the attention of the audience with their jocular scenes clever ideas and high attractiveness This poster is one of his later works It depicts an engaging figure of a lady dancing in colourful fashionable clothing and smiling to the viewer The figure is picked out of scene and put in front of a white background but in this dance pose and decorative clothing she is interesting enough alone She is wearing a dark blue strapless tank dress with a green bow at the top on one side and camel coloured frills at the bottom with blue and green patterns The waistline disappeared in the dress and the hemline has climbed high letting the legs be seen in the turquoise stockings The camel coloured high heel shoes with laces are also showy as she is standing on one foot lifting the other one up She is also holding a long white stole with pavonine patterns in her hands outstretched A real feather of a peacock is hanging out of her short and curly bob hairdo as its ornament Only the name of the lady EVA appears as the inscription at the bottom of the composition The female figure was one of the central motifs of cultural and commercial posters since the turn of the century which had its sources in the painting sculpture art and literature of the age namely the Symbolist fine arts Several female figure types were being formed such as the innocent pure girl the unapproachable goddess the muse or the femme fatale As they were tools to capture and express the morale of the critical times end of the world atmosphere desired harmony cult of fate these types became recurring motifs Still artists represented them in their own manner and from their own point of view Like the Czech master Farag also enjoyed representing female figures on his posters While Mucha s figures have a milder low keyed eroticism Farag s figures are more varied Mucha s sweet gentle female figures can be seen on Farag s early posters but there was another category too different from the mentioned types it was a rather flirty alluring kind It appeared specifically on the posters of Jules Ch ret before in the shape of a figure drawn after a dancer or a model in fashionable luscious clothes and in seductive dance poses After the French poster artist the type was named ch rette.

  • Biró Mihály

    Date d'édition : 1919

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    Paper, stone lithography. Size: Pre-war 2 Sheet (cca. 95 x 126 cm). Scoundrels Is this what you wanted is a 1919 vintage Hungarian communist propaganda poster designed by Mihaly Biro during the early days of the Hungarian Soviet Republic The poster declares that the new communist government of Hungary was outraged by the developments of the Paris Peace Conference which later led to the Treaty of Trianon This poster is one of Biro s most important and well known works a true masterpiece of early propaganda art During the very short period 133 days of the Hungarian Soviet Republic the progressive and modern tendencies in art and literature became apparent and dominated the cultural policy In fact the modern and progressive Hungarian intelligentsia supported the new regime unanimously Behind this phenomenon lied many reasons The Hungarian Soviet Republic was established in the spring of 1919 peacefully without bloodshed unlike the Soviet Revolution in 1917 which lead to a civil war This fact gave the new state strong legitimacy In addition to the socialist ideology of the regime the nationalist emotions were also present since the country was about to continue the war to defend itself and its territorial integrity This meant that the new regime was able to represent the key although diverse opinions present in Hungarian society The social issues were a central question for many Hungarian artists groups since the 1910s Some of them were avant garde groups with a strong leftist ideology in which they were similar to not just the Russian but to the western Avant garde like Expressionist and Dadaist artist groups The question of social relevance was present in the work of the writers of the main literary journal Nyugat West Socialist ideology was dominant in Gy rgy Georg Luk cs s philosophy circle Vas rnapi K r Sunday Circle as well Lajos Kass k published internationalist and leftist articles in his magazines A Tett Deed and Ma Today His clique defined itself as Activist with which they referred to their efforts to achieve changes in the social system In 1917 the news of the Soviet Revolution upset all of these groups Their terrible experiences of the World War I caused great disappointment and a longing for peace The modern artist groups had a common desire for a new system a new world a new faith and new man The belief that after this terrible war a new world would arise got stronger and stronger Their envisioned new world was defined by equality which was to be achieved by the peaceful uprising of the lower classes As the poet and writer Gyula Juh sz phrased only the proletariat can create a new world a better one because it is truer The Hungarian Soviet Republic seemed to fulfil the wishes of the artists who all became prominent actors in its cultural policy making The focus of the new cultural policy was on the removal of the bourgeoisie s intellectual dominance culture should not be theirs but everyone s privilege To achieve this goal the new regime had to restructure the system from the elementary schools to the universities and museums Education became free and schools became public The art collections were expropriated new libraries were opened in the country The new system gave the workers a real chance to be educated The modernist intelligentsia held important positions in the new system Most of them played central roles in the reforming of cultural life As a result after the fall of the short lived communist state most of them had to leave Hungary to avoid retaliation These artists started a new career abroad what played an important role in that many of them later became world famous Gy rgy Georg Luk cs the important philosopher and writer was a central figure in the cultural policy he became Commissar for Education and Culture In that position he controlled most cultural matters He was also a member of the Directory of Theatre where the famous writer aesthete and film critic B la Bal zs born Herbert Bauer was working as well The Directory of Fil.

  • Zelenák Crescencia

    Date d'édition : 1970

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    Paper, collage, paint. Etat : Fine, light wear. Size: A1 1 Sheet (cca. 59 x 84 cm). Modesty Blaise is an original 1970 Hungarian vintage final movie poster artwork or maquette designed by Crescencia Zelenak Modesty Blaise is a comedic spy fi DeLuxe Color film produced in the United Kingdom and released worldwide in 1966 It was loosely based upon the popular comic strip Modesty Blaise by Peter O Donnell who wrote the original story and scenario upon which Evan Jones based his screenplay The film was directed by Joseph Losey with music composed by Johnny Dankworth and the theme song Modesty sung by David and Jonathan Modesty Blaise stars Italian actress Monica Vitti Terence Stamp Dirk Bogarde Harry Andrews Michael Craig and Clive Revill It is Monica Vitti s first English speaking role source wikipedia org.

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    LA CURVA DEL DIABLO - 1957Dir: CORNEL WILDECast: CORNEL WILDEJEAN WALLACEMARY ASTORMEXICOL.C.- 31 x 41-Cms.-13 x 16 IN.PLEASE CHECK THE PICTURE FOR CONDITIONMost are in excellent condition but may have normal wear such as edge wear or a slight hole. I try photograph any flaw but examining the photos closely is your best bet!Please see bigger picture for detailsLa mayorÌa est n en excelentes condiciones, pero puede tener desgaste del borde o algun agujero pequeÒo. Intento fotografiar cualquier defecto, pero el examen de las fotos de cerca es su mejor opciÛn!Por favor ver la foto en grande para m s detallesSHIPPING COSTS:Fold posters SPAIN 5Ä = $7- -Correo certificado EUROPE 15Ä = $20WORLDWIDE 20Ä = $25 posters on linensmall format $60big format $90All POSTERS GOES BY FEDEX.ITEMS PURCHASED CAN BE COMBINED TO SAVE ON SHIPPING Most are in excellent condition but may have normal wear such as edge wear or a slight hole. I try photograph any flaw but examining the photos closely is your best bet!Please see bigger picture for detailsLa mayorÌa est n en excelentes condiciones, pero puede tener desgaste del borde o algun agujero pequeÒo. Intento fotografiar cualquier defecto, pero el examen de las fotos de cerca es su mejor opciÛn!Por favor ver la foto en grande para m s detallesSHIPPING COSTS:Fold posters SPAIN 5Ä = $7- -Correo certificado EUROPE 15Ä = $20WORLDWIDE 20Ä = $25 posters on linensmall format $60big format $90All POSTERS GOES BY FEDEX.ITEMS PURCHASED CAN BE COMBINED TO SAVE ON SHIPPING.

  • Date d'édition : 1956

    Vendeur Mad-Museum, Velleron, France
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    Pas de couverture. Etat : Comme neuf. Edition originale. Affiche originale entoilée tirée en linogravure par Imp. ARNERA Vallauris en 200 exemplaires non numérotés (1956)/ Signée au crayon rouge de la main de PICASSO en plus de la signature imprimée dans la planche / Format entoilé: 69x103cm / Parfait état /// Original poster on linen (Linocut 1956 / printer ARNERA Vallauris)/ The edition was not numbered per piece, but we know there were only 200 printed. There are two signatures on this piece, one from the plate that was printed and one in red crayon hand-signed. / Size on linen: 69x103cm / Perfect condition.

  • Date d'édition : 1912

    Vendeur Mad-Museum, Velleron, France
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    Pas de couverture. Etat : Très bon. Edition originale. "LES MISÉRABLES" / Réalisé par Albert CAPELLANI en 1912 d'après le roman de Victor HUGO avec Henry KRAUSS (Jean Valjean), Henri ETIEVANT (Inspecteur Javert), Marie VENTURA (Fantine) Maria FROMET (Cosette), Léon BERNARD (Monseigneur MYRIEL) MISTINGUETT (Eponine), Gabriel de GRAVONE (Marius de Pontmercy), Emile MILO (Thénardier) Eugénie NAU (la Thénardier), GAUDIN (Gavroche) / Affiche originale française entoilée / Litho ATELIER FARIA (PATHE Frères 0/ S.C.A.G.L. 1912) / Format entoilé: 316x236cm / Très bon état /// Original french poster on linen / Litho ATELIER FARIA (1912) / Size on linen: 316x236cm / Very good+ condition.

  • Image du vendeur pour Referendum '70. mis en vente par Shapero Rare Books

    STELLA, Frank.

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    Screenprint, 1970, signed, dated and numbered an AP aside the edition of 200 (there were 15 AP in total), published by Gemini G. E. L., Los Angeles., 995 x 980 mm (39¼ x 38½ in), framed 1025 x 1030 mm. This print was produced to help the organisation Referendum '70 raise money during the 1970 national elections for candidates who sought an end to the United States' involvement in the Vietnam War. The same image, with the addition of Referendum '70 printed in the lower margin, was used for a poster in support of this cause. The composition is related to the River of Pond lithograph of the Newfoundland Series. Axsom 49.

  • Biró Mihály

    Date d'édition : 1911

    Vendeur Budapest Poster Gallery, Budapest, Hongrie
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    Paper, stone lithography. Size: Pre-war 1 Sheet (cca. 63 x 95 cm). Palma rubber heels is a 1911 vintage Hungarian advertising poster designed by Mihaly Biro It is one of the most important emblematic posters of Hungarian poster art and an outstanding work in Biro s oeuvre Fine, light fold marks and wear, small tears.

  • BenkÅ Sándor

    Date d'édition : 1965

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    Paper, collage, paint. Size: A1 1 Sheet (cca. 59 x 84 cm). Fantomas is a 1965 vintage Hungarian final movie poster artwork or maquette designed by Sandor Benko Fantomas is a 1964 French comedy film starring Jean Marais as the arch villain Fantomas opposite Louis de Funes as the earnest but outclassed commissaire Paul Juve In the film Juve teams up with journalist Fandor also played by Marais trying to catch Fantomas but never quite succeeding It was France s answer in 1964 to the James Bond phenomenon that swept the world at around the same time It is the first film of a trilogy and Fantomas became extremely successful in Europe the Soviet Union and Japan It found success even in the United States where fan websites exist to this day Mylene Demongeot plays Helene Gurn the girlfriend of Jerome Fandor Fantomas arch enemy The general tone of the films is more light hearted than the original Fantomas novels Commissaire Juve as played by Louis de Funes becomes a comedic character much unlike his literary counterpart source wikipedia org Fine, light wear, some staining and dirt.

  • JOHNS, Jasper

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    Lithograph, on Richard de Bas paper, 1978, signed and dated in pencil, numbered from the edition of 42, published by ULAE, West Islip, New York, with their blind stamp, 65.7 x 50.2 cm. The subject of Savarin dates to 1960, the year Jasper Johns made a life-size painted bronzed sculpture based on a Savarin coffee can that he used to hold paintbrushes in in his studio. He returned to the image in 1977, creating a lithograph of the Savarin can for a poster announcing a retrospective of his work at the Whitney Museum.

  • Image du vendeur pour CHUCK CLOSE Self Portrait SIGNED 38" x 30" Serigraph 2007 Realism Brown Face, Silkscreen mis en vente par Art Wise

    Close, Chuck

    Date d'édition : 2007

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    Etat : As New. "Self Portrait" by Chuck Close, Signed Serigraph printed in 2007 from an edition size of 118. The overall size of the Serigraph is 38 x 30 inches. The condition of this piece has been graded as A: Mint. Here is some supplemental information about the Serigraph: Signed and numbered screen-print self-portrait by Chuck Close, benefiting the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in New York. Lithograph and screenprint in colors, on Somerset paper, with full margins. Edition of 118 plus there were also 18 artist's proofs. This is not framed. Signed. Art, Prints & Posters.

  • Image du vendeur pour Black Flag: My War [Original Art/Mock-up for Album Insert] mis en vente par Lux Mentis, Booksellers, ABAA/ILAB

    Pettibon, Raymond [Black Flag]

    Edité par SST, Los Angeles, CA, 1984

    Vendeur Lux Mentis, Booksellers, ABAA/ILAB, Portland, ME, Etats-Unis
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    Broadside. Etat : Near Fine. Unique. Unique. Broadside. Single fold mock-up used to create the iconic insert included in the release of Black Flag's My War. Includes three full page Raymond Pettibon pieces and a smaller copy integrated into the front-piece. Evidence of corrections and touch-up for printing present. Created 'on' a Black Flag concert poster (Santa Monica Civic Center), it was from this object that the production insert was created. Black Flag's second studio album (after Damaged (1981)) and the first after the Unicorn lawsuit injuction. Following the well documented dispute with Unicorn, where SST's claim for unpaid royalties resulted in a successful counter-suit leading to short jail sentences for Ginn and Dukowski and an injunction prohibiting the use of the name "Black Flag". The injunction ended in 1983 with Unicorns bankruptcy. The album's release (1984, SST Records) represented a major sound-shift for the band and polarized fans. Side A was similar to their earlier work (west coast hardcore), Side B was much heavier/slower sound with a strong Black Sabbath-esque influence. During the period of the injunction, the members of Black Flag broadened their influences significantly, particularly with the SST doom metal band Saint Vitus and the likes of Flipper, Void, and Fang.building on established influences like Black Sabbath, the MC5, and the Stooges. The album is widely considered to have helped usher in the post-hardcore scene and to have influenced a wide range of bands/genres (sludge metal, grunge, etc). It is notable that the first punk show Kurt Cobain (the face of Nirvana) attended was a Black Flag show during the My War tour (and that he listed My War on his list of 50 best albums). SST was initially formed in 1966 by Greg Ginn at age 12 (Solid State Transmitters) and given new direction to promote his band. It grew into a major indie label during the 1980s, representing a wide range of influential bands. Raymond Pettibon, Ginn's younger brother, did much/all the art for Black Flag.and named the band (renamed, actually, from Panic) and designed the iconic 4 black bar logo. "If a white flag means surrender, a black flag represents anarchy." (Raymond Pettibon). Minor corrections/revisions, folded at mid-point, else bright and clean. 4 sheets of paper mounted on a single sheet (front and back). Approx 17x11. Illus (b/w).

  • Stenberg, Vladimir (1899-1982) and Georgii Stenberg (1900-1933) (artists) and Ivane Perestiani (director).

    Edité par Moscow: 1926., 1926

    Vendeur Wittenborn Art Books, San Francisco, CA, Etats-Unis
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    Etat : Good. Original color lithograph poster from the collection of Alma Law. Repaired by Sasha Mosolov and mounted on a support sheet. No losses. 102 x 71.5 cm. The best and rarest of the Stenberg posters. From CineMaterial:The Stenberg brothers Vladimir (1899-1982) and Georgii (1900-1933) were Soviet artists and designers. While born in Moscow, both remained Swedish citizens until 1933 because their father was a Swede.The innovative visual aspects of their posters included a distortion of perspective, elements from Dada photomontage, an exaggerated scale, a sense of movement, and a dynamic use of color and typography. Their artwork was frequently based on stills from the films.Radical even today, the posters by the brothers working together were realized within the nine-year period from 1924 to 1933, the year Georgii died at age 33. His motorcycle hit a truck, a few months after the brothers had become Russian citizens. Vladimir continued to work on film posters and organized the decorations of Moscow's Red Square for the May Day celebration of 1947._______________Directed by Ivane Perestiani Maria Shirai Maria Shirai . Princess Shirvanskaya (as M. Shirai) Cinematography by Aleksandre Digmelovi Film Editing by Lev Push as L. PushiProduction Design by S. Gubin-guni Fiodor Push (as P. Pushi).

  • SLAVERY - RUNAWAY SLAVE BROADSIDE). BOWIE, RICHARD W.

    Edité par Printed by the "Marlboro Gazette" Office 31 January 1855, Marlboro, Maryland, 1855

    Vendeur Phillip J. Pirages Rare Books (ABAA), McMinnville, OR, Etats-Unis
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    432 x 305 mm. (17 x 12"). Single sheet. Mounted on heavy stock. With short pencilled notation in one margin. Head and left edges with minor mounting stains, general light browning due to inexpensive paper stock, otherwise A VERY FINE SPECIMEN, quite clean and fresh. This is a fine example of an increasingly hard-to-find relic of a shameful part of U.S. history, a poster offering a reward for the return of a runaway slave. The present item is particularly notable for its physical description of the escaped slave, Len Glasco, whose skin is termed "copper-coloured," and for its information on the man's relatives, owned by other planters in the region. The sliding scale of the reward, offering twice as much for the man's return from a non-slaveholding state, gives us a glimpse into the divisions in the country over the issue of slavery. Maryland was a so-called border state, neither fish nor fowl in terms of political alignment with the Union or the Confederacy. Our broadside was printed in Prince George's County, Maryland, in the Tidewater region of the state where tobacco was grown on plantations like those in neighboring Virginia, and where ownership of slaves was common. In other parts of the state, by contrast, it was not unusual to find free black citizens. The broadside tells us that the aggrieved "subscriber," or slave owner, here, is Dr. Richard Bowie, a member of a prominent and powerful Maryland family that provided the state with two governors. Their holdings in Prince George's County were extensive, and their connections to other influential families impressive. The relatives of the missing slave are owned by various noteworthy families in the region: the Somervells mentioned in the broadside are Bowie's wife's relatives, and John C. Rives of Bladensburg, also mentioned, was the printer of the forerunner to the Congressional Record. When Dr. Bowie died in 1859, his estate was valued at $22,874, with the 24 slaves he owned at his death accounting for $18,550 of that amount. When those slaves were freed by an amendment to the Maryland state constitution in 1864 (the 1862 Emancipation Proclamation had exempted border states that stayed in the Union), the value of Bowie's estate plummeted to $3,477. Runaway slave broadsides were temporary and extremely ephemeral items, not likely to be kept and preserved by many people, making them hard to find today, and they are valued as critical evidence of a cruel and inhumane system. We do not know if Len Glasco made good his escape. The Underground Railroad had several routes through his part of Maryland, and perhaps he was aided by the efforts of another former Maryland slave, Harriet Tubman.