Henri Goetz, ‘Nocturnos e altre poesie’, 1979, Sylvan Cole Gallery

Guillén, Jorge.
Nocturnos e altre poesie.
Milano: M'Arte Edizioni, 1979.

The poetry of Jorge Guillén (facing-page Spanish and Italian versions), an outstanding member of Spain's legendary "Generación de 1927". Includes a facsimile, printed in blue, of Guillen's manuscript.

SIGNED IN PEN BY JORGE GUILLEN.

Illustrated with four original full-page hors-texte loose etchings (with carborundum) by Henri Goetz, two of which are printed in color and ALL OF WHICH ARE SIGNED AND JUSTIFIED IN PENCIL. Goetz invented the carborundum technique.

From a total edition of 170 numbered copies printed on fine handmade wove paper, this is ONE OF ONLY 25 ACCOMPANIED BY A SECOND SUITE OF THE FOUR ETCHINGS, PRINTED ON LARGE FOLIO SHEETS OF JAPON NACRE, AND ALSO SIGNED AND JUSTIFIED IN PENCIL.

Folio (book) and large folio (suite). Book loose as issued in original wraps, cloth chemise, and cloth slipcase. Suite in matching cloth portfolio. FINE AND BRIGHT, WITH NO DEFECTS.

Signature: SIGNED IN PEN BY JORGE GUILLEN.

Publisher: M'Arte Edizioni

About Henri Goetz

American, 1909-1989, New York, NY, United States, based in Paris, France