Léon Deschamps - La Plume. No. 137 à 160 - 1895

Description
Léon Deschamps - La Plume. No. 137 à 160 - 1895
Art, Illustrated, Periodicals (Newpapers & Magazines) - Quantity: 23 - Book related object

Volume 1895 - 23 issues - nos. 137 to 160 (but number 155 is missing) - With inserted leaves - 20 to 28 printed pages in each issue, including the front and back covers - complete with supplement.

Condition: Good; the paper shows the usual age discolouration.
Some issues are corrugated due to moisture. See pictures.

La Plume was a French bi-monthly literary and artistic review. The magazine was set up in 1889 by Léon Deschamps, who edited it for ten years and was succeeded as editor by Karl Boès from 1899 to 1914. Its offices were at number 31 rue Bonaparte, Paris. From its beginning, famous artists such as Willette, Forain, Eugène Grasset, Toulouse-Lautrec, Maurice Denis, Mucha, Gauguin, Pissarro, Félicien Rops, Signac, Seurat, and Redon contributed to it. One of its most famous issues is that devoted to Le Chat noir. The magazine supported the symbolist art movement.

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(Total: 23)

Lot details
Object
Book related object
Number of Books
23
Subject
Art, Illustrated, Periodicals (Newpapers & Magazines)
Author/ Illustrator
Léon Deschamps
Book Title
La Plume. No. 137 à 160
Condition
Good
Publication year oldest item
1895
Edition
1st Edition
Language
French
Original language
Yes
Publisher
Léon Deschamps
Binding/ Material
Loose page
Number of pages
24
Dimensions
25×16.4 cm
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