Search preferences

Tipo de artículo

Condición

  • Todo
  • Nuevos
  • Antiguos o usados

Encuadernación

Más atributos

Ubicación del vendedor

Valoración de los vendedores

  • William Shakespeare

    Publicado por Longman, Essex - England, 2003

    Librería: Llibrenet, Sant Feliu del Raco, BARC, España

    Valoración del vendedor: Valoración 5 estrellas, Learn more about seller ratings

    Contactar al vendedor

    Ejemplar firmado

    EUR 5,80 Gastos de envío

    A España

    Cantidad disponible: 1

    Añadir al carrito

    Encuadernación de tapa blanda. Condición: Bien. Estado de la sobrecubierta: Bien. Teatre Ilustrador. New Longman Shakespeare. Serie and Volume Editor: John O'Connor El servicio contrareembolso tiene un coste adicional de 3 euros. Sello del anterior propietario.

  • Shakespeare, William; William Shakespeare

    Publicado por The Composing Room, Inc., New York, 1974

    Librería: gearbooks, The Bronx, NY, Estados Unidos de America

    Valoración del vendedor: Valoración 5 estrellas, Learn more about seller ratings

    Contactar al vendedor

    Libro Ejemplar firmado

    EUR 31,86 Gastos de envío

    De Estados Unidos de America a España

    Cantidad disponible: 1

    Añadir al carrito

    Decorative Hardcover Cloth. Condición: Like New. No Jacket. Daniel Haberman (Design); Isadore Seltzer (Illustrator) Ilustrador. Copyright © 1974. Page Numbers: N/A. SIGNED BY DESIGNER!!! (On seperate book marker). An excellent, spotlessly clean copy! Clean, fresh, sharp, tight, essentially flawless copy with very light shelf wear, crisp pages and clean text. Slip case shows minimal wear consistent with age. No dust jacket. ***SIGNED BY DESIGNER!!!***.

  • Shakespeare, William Lester, Julius Reteller

    Publicado por New York: Scholastic, 1995

    ISBN 10: 0590419676ISBN 13: 9780590419673

    Librería: Windy Hill Books, Bacova, VA, Estados Unidos de America

    Valoración del vendedor: Valoración 5 estrellas, Learn more about seller ratings

    Contactar al vendedor

    Libro Original o primera edición Ejemplar firmado

    EUR 34,63 Gastos de envío

    De Estados Unidos de America a España

    Cantidad disponible: 1

    Añadir al carrito

    Hardcover. Condición: Very Fine. Estado de la sobrecubierta: Fine Dustjacket. First edition, First Printing. Signed by Lester. Old store stock in unread condition. Author.

  • Imagen del vendedor de Othello ou Le More de Venise. Drame en cinq actes et en vers [ Livre dédicacé par l'auteur ] a la venta por Librairie du Cardinal

    AICARD, Jean ; SHAKESPEARE, William

    Publicado por G. Charpentier, 1882

    Librería: Librairie du Cardinal, GRADIGNAN, Francia

    Valoración del vendedor: Valoración 5 estrellas, Learn more about seller ratings

    Contactar al vendedor

    Original o primera edición Ejemplar firmado

    EUR 7,80 Gastos de envío

    De Francia a España

    Cantidad disponible: 1

    Añadir al carrito

    rigide. 1 vol. grand in-8 reliure bradel demi-percaline grise, couvertures conservées, G. Charpentier, Paris, 1882, XXII pp., 1 f., 183 pp. Envoi autographe signé de Jean Aicard, daté de 9bre 1881, à "Aurélien Scholl, cordial hommage". Rare exemplaire dédicacé par Jean Aicard à l'écrivain Aurélien Scholl, de cette adaptation de la grande pièce de Shakespeare. Bon état (reliure un peu frottée, coupes frottées). Langue: Français. signé par l'auteur.

  • Imagen del vendedor de Le more de Venise, Othello : tragédie en 5 actes, représentée a la Comédie-française le 24 octobre 1829 ; Le marchand de Venise, comédie en 3 actes a la venta por PRISCA
    Oportunidad

    William Shakespeare - Alfred de Vigny - [Comédie-Française]

    Publicado por Paris : H. Delloye, éditeur ; V. Lecou, éditeur, [Paris] : Imprimerie de Boulé et Comp Collection: Vigny, Alfred de. Oeuvres complètes. , VI. Théatre, 1839

    Librería: PRISCA, Paris, Francia

    Valoración del vendedor: Valoración 4 estrellas, Learn more about seller ratings

    Contactar al vendedor

    Ejemplar firmado

    Oportunidad

    EUR 592,50

    Convertir moneda
    EUR 6,00 Gastos de envío

    De Francia a España

    Cantidad disponible: 1

    Añadir al carrito

    Couverture rigide. Condición: Très bon. Nouvelle édition formant le sixième volume de la première édition collective des oeuvres d'Alfred de Vigny. Reliure en demi chagrin vert bouteille, dos légèrement éclairci à quatre nerfs sertis de pointillés dorés et orné de filets noirs et dorés, plats de papier marbré, gardes et contreplats de papier à la cuve, ENVOI AUTOGRAPHE DE VIGNY SUR LA PAGE DE GARDE (cf le scan). Signé par l'auteur.

  • 6 volumes in-4, reliure peau brune, plats ornés d'un large décor compartimenté poussé à la plaque or et à froid; rappel du décor sur les dos à nerfs; doublures et gardes de papier marbré, non rognés. Etuis (reliures de l'éditeur).Très belle édition illustrée par Jean Gradassi de miniatures coloriées au pochoir et rehaussées à l'or et au palladium, dont 2 frontispices sur double page, 72 miniatures hors texte, 72 bandeaux, et de nombreux culs-de-lampe. Tirage limité à 3.530 exemplaires numérotés. Un des 420 exemplaires sur vélin de Lana, comprenant une aquarelle originale en couleurs signée par l'artiste et titrée Le Soir des rois (montée à la fin du dernier volume) et une suite de la grande planche et des hors-texte en vert anglais. Exemplaire bien complet du certificat d'authenticité de l'éditeur. Incomplet des 6 derniers volumes et de l'aquarelle originale. dos très très légèrement décolorés.

  • Imagen del vendedor de TRAGEDY OF OTHELLO THE MOOR OF VENICE.|THE a la venta por Oak Knoll Books, ABAA, ILAB

    Shakespeare, William

    Publicado por Intima Press, New York, NY, 2023

    Librería: Oak Knoll Books, ABAA, ILAB, NEW CASTLE, DE, Estados Unidos de America

    Miembro de asociación: ABAA ILAB

    Valoración del vendedor: Valoración 5 estrellas, Learn more about seller ratings

    Contactar al vendedor

    Original o primera edición Ejemplar firmado

    EUR 2.143,19

    Convertir moneda
    EUR 37,49 Gastos de envío

    De Estados Unidos de America a España

    Cantidad disponible: 1

    Añadir al carrito

    Intima Press Ilustrador. miniature book (92 x 69 x 44 mm), the box is (165 x 102 x 69 mm). dos-à-dos binding with Suminagashi marbled edges. Letterpress printed cotton paper covers commissioned from Saint Armand Paperie, Canada. unpaginated. With 'The Tragedy of Desdemona' by Mindy Bellof. "I am the one whom they call Life, and you have called Death. I am the one whom you have pursued, and I am the one whom you have seized. I am the one whom you have reflected upon, and you have scorned me." - Thunder, Perfect Mind, Nag Hammadi, 4th-century First edition limited to 37 copies, of which this is one of 26 standard lettered copies signed by the printer / artist, Mindy Belloff. A fine copy in fine clamshell box. Designs, printing, drawings, typography, marbling, and binding by Mindy Belloff. Letterpress printed from photopolymer plates produced at Boxcar Press, NY. From the artist's website: "This new edition from Intima Press, four years in the making, is a double-bound miniature pairing of a classic 17th century Shakespearean story, The Tragedy of Othello, with commentary and quoted statistics compiled by the artist in The Tragedy of Desdemona. By magnifying the plight of abused women and enaging in dialogue with the text of Othello as cultural critique, the Desdemona tragedy highlights issues of patriarchy and gender bias throughout centuries, while giving voice to women who have been silenced. Though small in size, this edition is not less significant. The work continues to challenge traditional subject matter in fine press printing, with essential historic and contemporary viewpoints, helping to redefine contemporary artists' contributions to the history of the book. Voices: William Shakespeare's Othello, based on a 16th-century tale in Giraldi Cinthio's Gli Hecatommithi, was a popular play in Elizabethan England, which still resonates today. The story begins with devotional love, an elopement, and hope for the future, interrupted by the machinations of the villain Iago, and ends in tragedy within a few days. The character of Othello, a General in the military who marries the young Lady Desdemona, becomes intensely jealous and eventually murders her, parallels a modern Othello-the sports and television personality O.J. Simpson, who was accused of the double murders of his ex-wife Nicole Brown and her friend Ron Goldman in 1994. Both are tragic stories of jealous rage, domestic violence, male dominance, upper class privilege, and femicide. In The Tragedy of Desdemona, closing arguments of the legal case and diary entries of the victim are revisited, along with historic and contemporary poetry, writings from the 4th-century Nag Hammadi codices, excerpts of writings from Ovid, Dostoevsky, and Alice Walker, current news headlines, global statistics on femicide, the 2021 Supreme Court decision overturning Roe, the 1993 case of Lorena Bobbitt, and the myth of Medusa, among other information. Soft you. A word or two before you go. Speak of me as I am. Of one that loved not wisely, but too well. - Othello I loved her; always have and always will. If we had a problem, its because I loved her so much. - O.J. Dos-à-Dos Binding & video montage: The two volumes are paired, Othello on one side, Desdemona on the other, sharing the same spine-a parallel with Iago's description of marital conjugation of the beast with two backs-as the two texts and various voices are conjoined in dialogue and are inseparable. The layered narrative continues with a video component. When opened, one views a montage of images including short clips from film and theater productions of Othello (Orson Welles, Laurence Fishburne, Anthony Hopkins, Eamonn Walker, Laurence Olivier, and Placido Domingo), news headlines of sensational stories from the mid-1990's, recent women's marches around the #MeToo movement and Supreme Court rulings, and other poignant stories and global statistics. The video functions as a time capsule, of a generation coming of age in the 1970's-90's ( 8:44 minutes). Beautifully composed pages printed letterpress on a Vandercook Universal III Automatic A/B press, front and verso, in two different shades of browns and reds, the design of an 'O' is repeated on each page, with pages adorned with over 50 original drawings. Othello: Full text in its entirety, typeset in Adobe Luminari, 192-pages printed on Mohawk Superfine text weight papers. Desdemona: Typeset in Adobe Jenson Pro, 150-pages printed on Johannot Arches cotton rag papers. Six women are killed by men every hour in a global pandemic of femicide - United Nations, 2020. A percentage of sales from this edition will be donated to help support victims of domestic violence. (including Project Opal & United Nations Trust Fund) About the Artist Mindy Belloff is an artist born and raised in New York. Her first introduction to studio art when a teen was at The Brooklyn Museum Art School, painting from models and learning intaglio techniques. She attended New York University (B.S., M.A.) and the San Francisco Art Institute. Mindy's fine books and broadsides may be viewed in over fifty special collections including the Library of Congress, the Victoria & Albert Museum, and the British Library. She has exhibited at venues such as the Bronx Museum of the Arts and The Sculpture Center in New York City. Her mixed media installations were favorably reviewed by Holland Cotter in The New York Times, and her edition titled W2LZX received a Herzog Honorable Mention for Excellence in Book Design in 2010. Inspired by Alfred Stieglitzs Intimate Gallery of 1925, she opened Intima Gallery in upstate New York from 2013-2014, showcasing photographs, artist,s books, and fine prints on paper. Mindy Belloff is the first woman to recreate the Unanimous Declaration of Independence, as printed in January 1777 by Mary Katharine Goddard. She received a Puffin Foundation Grant supporting creative and innovative initiatives that advance progressive social change, for her contemporary edition of the Declaration, r.