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F. Raisin’s bookplate, by Evert van Muyden.(“Ils sont trop verts !” is from the fable The Fox and the Grapes by La Fontaine, and intended as a pun on the name Raisin - grapes in English)

From Modern book-plates and their designers, winter number of The Studio, London, 1898.

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F. Raisin’s bookplate, by Evert van Muyden.
(“Ils sont trop verts !” is from the fable The Fox and the Grapes by La Fontaine, and intended as a pun on the name Raisin - grapes in English)

From Modern book-plates and their designers, winter number of The Studio, London, 1898.

(Source: archive.org)

Saturday, October 18, 2014
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Arthur Guthrie’s bookplate, by Henry Ospovat.

From Modern book-plates and their designers, winter number of The Studio, London, 1898.

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Arthur Guthrie’s bookplate, by Henry Ospovat.

From Modern book-plates and their designers, winter number of The Studio, London, 1898.

(Source: archive.org)

Saturday, October 18, 2014
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Thomas Edmund Harvey’s bookplate, by Cyril Goldie.

From Modern book-plates and their designers, winter number of The Studio, London, 1898.

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Thomas Edmund Harvey’s bookplate, by Cyril Goldie.

From Modern book-plates and their designers, winter number of The Studio, London, 1898.

(Source: archive.org)

Friday, October 17, 2014
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France 19th century — Embroidery and pieces of finery of Breton peasants.

Auguste Racinet, from Le costume historique (The costume history) vol. 6, Paris, 1888.

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France 19th century — Embroidery and pieces of finery of Breton peasants.

Auguste Racinet, from Le costume historique (The costume history) vol. 6, Paris, 1888.

(Source: archive.org)

Wednesday, July 2, 2014
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Frontispiece to Goethe’s Faust illustrated by Eugène Delacroix.

Achille Devéria, From Les monstres dans l’art (Monsters in art), by Edmond Valton, Paris, 1905.

(This artwork is sometimes - in this book, for instance - mistakenly attributed to Delacroix. It was initially used on the front cover of the copies of Faust sold without binding, and is not part of the series of illustrations created by Delacroix.)

(Source: archive.org)

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Frontispiece to Goethe’s Faust illustrated by Eugène Delacroix.

Achille Devéria, From Les monstres dans l’art (Monsters in art), by Edmond Valton, Paris, 1905.

(This artwork is sometimes - in this book, for instance - mistakenly attributed to Delacroix. It was initially used on the front cover of the copies of Faust sold without binding, and is not part of the series of illustrations created by Delacroix.)

(Source: archive.org)

Tuesday, June 17, 2014
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Head of a lion whose lips extend into foliage.

From Les monstres dans l’art (Monsters in art), by Edmond Valton, Paris, 1905.

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Head of a lion whose lips extend into foliage.

From Les monstres dans l’art (Monsters in art), by Edmond Valton, Paris, 1905.

(Source: archive.org)

Tuesday, June 17, 2014
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Grotesque panel by Zancarli. Fight between two dragons, with children and satyrs.

From Les monstres dans l’art (Monsters in art), by Edmond Valton, Paris, 1905.

(Source: archive.org)

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Grotesque panel by Zancarli. Fight between two dragons, with children and satyrs.

From Les monstres dans l’art (Monsters in art), by Edmond Valton, Paris, 1905.

(Source: archive.org)

Tuesday, June 17, 2014
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Grotesque panel by Zancarli. Fish-tailed character fighting a centaur.

From Les monstres dans l’art (Monsters in art), by Edmond Valton, Paris, 1905.

(Source: archive.org)

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Grotesque panel by Zancarli. Fish-tailed character fighting a centaur.

From Les monstres dans l’art (Monsters in art), by Edmond Valton, Paris, 1905.

(Source: archive.org)

Monday, June 16, 2014