Franco Maria Ricci - lotto n. 3 titoli di FRM Coll. Guide Impossibili - 1986

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Franco Maria Ricci - lotto n. 3 titoli di FRM Coll. Guide Impossibili - 1986
Art (general), Curio & ephemera, Literature, Photography, Religion - Quantity: 3

Franco Maria Ricci 3 books, collection Le Guide Impossibili Lusso (Argovia - Husteca - La ultima luna de Junio ) FRM

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Lot of 3 books of the luxury collection Le Guide Impossibili, as follows:

1) Argovia e Brisgovia
Viaggio di qua e di là dal Reno in compagnia di due esimio scrittori

Texts by:
Victor Hugo, Alfred Michiels

214 pages of which 1 folded
17 hand-applied colour plates on full and double page, 1 colour reproduction
26 x 17 cm
Edition 5000 copies
Laid ivory paper
Black “Orient” silk binding, with colour label and gold tooling
The volume was printed in Milan


Colophon: "Questo volume è stato impresso a Milano nel mese di Marzo 1989 . I caratteri usati sono i bodoniani. La carta è stata allestita a Fabriano. Quest'esemplare appartiene alla prima tiratura limitata a 5000 copie numerate."

2) Huasteca
ovvero Messico imperiale

Texts by:
Anne Carion, Alessandra Corrias, Emmanuel Domenech, Paula Kolonitz

196 pages of which 1 folded
22 colour plates applied by hand, 1 colour reproduction
26 x 17 cm
Edition 5000 copies
Laid ivory paper
Black “Orient” silk binding, with colour label and gold tooling
The volume was printed in Milan by printer Giampaolo Steffenini

Colophon: "Questo volume è stato impresso a Milano nel mese di Marzo 1994 presso la stamperia del Signor Giampaolo Steffenini sotto la direzione di Franco Maria Ricci. Le fotolito sono dovute a Bassoli Olivieri Prestampa di Milano. I caratteri usati sono i bodoniani. La carta a mano vergata è stata fabbricata alla forma tonda nelle Cartiere Miliani di Fabriano. Quest'esemplare appartiene alla prima tiratura limitata a 5000 copie numerate."

Franco Maria Ricci - La ultima luna de junio de Corrado Calabrò - 1995


126 pages
22 colour plates applied by hand, 1 colour reproduction
26 x 17 cm
Edition 1200 copies
Laid ivory paper
Black “Orient” silk binding, with colour label and gold tooling


FMR ART’E’ group was founded in 1992 by initiative of its three founders Marilena Ferrari, Fabio Lazzari and Davide Bolognesi.
The new company's stated goal was to bring the public closer to art in the deep conviction that beauty can and should be the preferred instrument for the refinement of the human soul and for the cultural development of each individual.

From the very beginning FMR ART'E' offers itself as modern principal towards artists stimulating them to offer their creative contribution on issues and values of great cultural importance and entrusting the realization of their works to a circuit of excellence of master craftsmen of the highest quality.

In its early years of operation it established a relationship with the Graphic Biennale Ljubljana, the oldest in Europe, and carried out projects and works appreciated by the most important civil and religious institutions.

The affirmation of the works by FMR ART'E’ had a major push in the participation in numerous editions of the Pavarotti International and thanks to Maestro Pavarotti the initiatives and work of the company reached international fame.

Through its limited editions artworks, made with techniques and processes which are an expression of the highest tradition of Italian craftsmanship, FMR ART’E’ brings the art world to thousands of families and promotes initiatives dedicated to themes such as women, family, peace, Europe.

Special attention is paid to the younger generation through Artè Ragazzi in which the company coordinates the project Didart, an initiative of art education that involves some of the most important museums in the world, from Beaubourg in Paris to Luisian in Copenhagen, from the Staadtmuseum in Berlin to Galleria d'Arte moderna in Bologna.

From 1994 to 1998 FMR ART'E’, in collaboration with the Ministry of education, designed and carried out Bambini al museo le domeniche di ART'E', involving hundreds of thousands of parents and children in play and learning activities in museums across Italy.

In 1999 they began publishing with a collections of true works of art in the form of a book inspired by the centuries-old tradition of the artist's book.

The success achieved allowed FMR ART'E’ by going public in 2000 at the new market of Borsa Italiana.

Lot details
Object
Book
Number of Books
3
Subject
Art, Curio & ephemera, Literature, Photography, Religion
Author/ Illustrator
Franco Maria Ricci
Book Title
lotto n. 3 titoli di FRM Coll. Guide Impossibili
Condition
As new
Publication year oldest item
1986
Edition
1st Edition
Language
Italian
Publisher
FMR - Franco Maria Ricci
Binding/ Material
Hardback
Extras
Other
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