Sun: A Novel Told in 63 Woodcuts (USED)

Sun: A Novel Told in 63 Woodcuts (USED)
$35.00

Frans Masereel (1889-1972) was a Belgian painter and wood engraver who illustrated books by Oscar Wilde, Emile Zola, and Leo Tolstoy. He was most widely known for his novels-without-words and for his antiwar woodcuts that appeared in magazines and newspapers in Europe in the early twentieth century.

This edition of Masereel's wordless novel, The Sun, comes in a box and includes 4 postcards with reproductions of Masereel's woodcuts, as well as a fold-out poster; box scuffed; right edge of box broken at corners; book, postcards, and poster in pristine condition. VG/G

ISBN: 
1570627185 (9781570627187)
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Publication Date: 
2000
Binding: 
boxed
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