Copy printed for the publisher, H. Piazza, in a signed binding (Assourd), very professionally executed.
Émile Verhaeren / H. Cassiers - La guirlande des dunes - Paris, l'édition d'art Piazza, 1927 - 130 pp. - 17 x 23 cm.
Condition: excellent. Numbered “BI”. Printed for H. Piazza. Perfectly executed (Assourd) binding (see photos), in a slipcase (with minute signs of handling) in very good condition.
Tracked shipment. Insured shipment. Professionally packed.
Émile Adolphe Gustave Verhaeren, born in Saint-Amand in the province of Antwerp (Belgium) on 21 May 1855 and died by accident in Rouen on 27 November 1916, was a French-speaking Flemish Belgian poet.
In his symbolist-influenced poems, in which he used free verse, his social consciousness, which was similar to that of anarchism, led him to evoke the great cities of which he spoke lyrically in a highly musical tone. He was able to reflect the beauty of human effort in his work. (See Wikipedia)
- Number of Books
- Author/ Illustrator
- Émile Verhaeren / H. Cassiers
- Book Title
- La guirlande des dunes
- Publication year oldest item
- Illustrated Edition
- Original language
- L'édition d'art Piazza
- Binding/ Material
- Limited edition, Numbered edition, With slipcase
- Number of pages
- 23×17 cm