As New. Size: 8vo 8"-9" tall; Sterling condition hardcover copy, with unbruised tips, tight binding, and clean internals, showing only very slight shelf-and edge-wear; not ex-library, with neither underlining nor highlighting anywhere. Burgundy leather covers with double gilt borders and gilt lettering to spine and top edges gilt. Handsomely produced, inside and out, with burgundy endpapers, color reproductions of the artist's work galore. From the Albert Skira-published series, Sentiers de la Creation. Housed neatly in a matching burgundy slip-case with beveled edges, showing minor shelf-and edge-wear. From the personal art book library of Paul-Henri Bourguignon, a Belgian-born, Columbus, Ohio-based photographer and especially painter of some and sustaining renown (1906-1988), known for his works dealing with Haiti and the human condition. 162 pp.
Alechinsky, Pierre. Near Fine. Signed by Author NEAR FINE 1st edition in color pictorial wrappers with printed French flaps (minor warping to flaps). AUTHOR INSCRIBED: "pour Barbara Burn / in hom in age / Alechinsky / [date ending in 72]" (in dark red pastel above and below a full-page original drawing in orange and dark red pastel on the front free endpaper). Small quarto volume (6.5" by 8.5"), 162 pages, profusely illustrated throughout in color and B&W. Text in French.
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