Título: L'Enfance Du Christ
Editorial: Eliane Norberg
Año de publicación: 1952
Encuadernación: Flexible vinyl
Edición: First Edition; First Printing
Soft flexible wraps, loose gatherings laid in, a numbered edition of 380 copies, printed entirely on polyvinyl chloride plastic, blue and white, manufactured especially for this project, and with more than half of the edition going to the two co-operating chemical companies, Societe Interplast (Paris) and Societe Svenska Chemaco (Sweden). This is one of only 160 copies distributed to the trade, No. 330, with 23 engravings in color by Jean Boutet. Fine in clamshell box with see-through plastic cover. An amazing production and an obvious forerunner to Claes Oldenburg's "soft book". Extra postage may be required for international shipment of this oversize book.; 4to 11" - 13" tall. N° de ref. de la librería 22664
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