A lovely edition of "Les Vagabonds" by Gorki, illustrated with woodcuts in two tones by Jean Lébédeff (1884-1972) a French libertarian painter of Russian origin.
Published by Mornay in the "Beaux livres" collection.
One of the 960 numbered copies on Rives paper.
A collection of 4 short stories (Malva - Konovalov - Tckelkache - Mon compagnon) printed during Gorki’s lifetime, written a few years before his famous "La mère". Translated by Ivan Strannik.
By Maxime Gorki. Woodcuts engraved by (Jean) Lébédeff.
Les vagabonds: Malva - Konovalov - Tckelkache - Mon compagnon.
Paris: Editions Mornay, 1921. One of the 960 numbered copies on mould-made Rives paper. Volume published in the “Beaux livres” collection.
Octavo (14.5 x 20.5 cm), 280 pages (complete).
Softcover binding, under a cover with flaps, illustrated on the front cover.
A good copy, the binding is well preserved, light insolation on the spine and the border of the covers. Impeccable inside.
- Number of Books
- Illustrated, Literature
- Author/ Illustrator
- Maxime Gorki/ Jean Lébédeff / Mornay
- Book Title
- Les vagabonds
- Very good
- Publication year oldest item
- 1st Edition
- Original language
- Binding/ Material
- Number of pages
- 20×14.5 cm