LEROY (Maurice)

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LEROY (Maurice)
Four works illustrated by Maurice Leroy. MOLIERE (Jean-Baptiste Poquelin dit) Le Malade Imaginaire. Comedy mixed with music and dances. Original copper engraved etching illustrations in colors. Paris, Aux Dépends d'un Amateur, 1943; in-4 (28,5x23 cm) in sheets, filled cover. Folder, slipcase. One of the 100 numbered copies on Arches vellum, including a suite in black with remark of the twenty-four copperplates. ERASMUS. L'Éloge de la Folie. La Tradition, Paris (1942); in-4 (28,5x23 cm), in sheets, filled cover. Folder, slipcase. 193-(2) pages. 61 original drypoints. One of the 75 numbered copies on Arches vellum, with a suite of 61 drypoints with remarks, plus one refused plate. LUCUIS DE PATRAS. La Luciade ou l'âne. Translated by Paul-Louis Courier. Paris, Aux Editions du Mouflon, 1945; in-4 (28,5x23 cm), in sheets, filled cover. Folder, slipcase. 118 pages, 17 drypoints, 12 of which are off-text. One of 500 numbered copies on Arches vellum. VIVANT DENON (Dominique) Point de Lendemain. Tale illustrated with twenty original etchings in colors. Paris, La Tradition, 1944; in8 (24x16,5 cm), in sheets, filled cover. Folder, slipcase. One of 930 copies on Ingres.
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