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"Masterpieces of Corneille" 3 Vol on vellum Ill. Raoul Serres 1954 1/1100 {1}
"Masterpieces of Corneille" 3 Vol on vellum Ill. Raoul Serres 1954 1/1100 {2}
"Masterpieces of Corneille" 3 Vol on vellum Ill. Raoul Serres 1954 1/1100 {3}
"Masterpieces of Corneille" 3 Vol on vellum Ill. Raoul Serres 1954 1/1100 {4}
"Masterpieces of Corneille" 3 Vol on vellum Ill. Raoul Serres 1954 1/1100 {5}
"Masterpieces of Corneille" 3 Vol on vellum Ill. Raoul Serres 1954 1/1100 {6}
"Masterpieces of Corneille" 3 Vol on vellum Ill. Raoul Serres 1954 1/1100 {7}
"Masterpieces of Corneille" 3 Vol on vellum Ill. Raoul Serres 1954 1/1100 {8}
"Masterpieces of Corneille" 3 Vol on vellum Ill. Raoul Serres 1954 1/1100 {9}
"Masterpieces of Corneille" 3 Vol on vellum Ill. Raoul Serres 1954 1/1100 {10}
"Masterpieces of Corneille" 3 Vol on vellum Ill. Raoul Serres 1954 1/1100 {11}
"Masterpieces of Corneille" 3 Vol on vellum Ill. Raoul Serres 1954 1/1100 {1}
"Masterpieces of Corneille" 3 Vol on vellum Ill. Raoul Serres 1954 1/1100 {2}
"Masterpieces of Corneille" 3 Vol on vellum Ill. Raoul Serres 1954 1/1100 {3}
"Masterpieces of Corneille" 3 Vol on vellum Ill. Raoul Serres 1954 1/1100 {4}
"Masterpieces of Corneille" 3 Vol on vellum Ill. Raoul Serres 1954 1/1100 {5}
"Masterpieces of Corneille" 3 Vol on vellum Ill. Raoul Serres 1954 1/1100 {6}
"Masterpieces of Corneille" 3 Vol on vellum Ill. Raoul Serres 1954 1/1100 {7}
"Masterpieces of Corneille" 3 Vol on vellum Ill. Raoul Serres 1954 1/1100 {8}
"Masterpieces of Corneille" 3 Vol on vellum Ill. Raoul Serres 1954 1/1100 {9}
"Masterpieces of Corneille" 3 Vol on vellum Ill. Raoul Serres 1954 1/1100 {10}
"Masterpieces of Corneille" 3 Vol on vellum Ill. Raoul Serres 1954 1/1100 {11}

"Masterpieces of Corneille" 3 Vol on vellum Ill. Raoul Serres 1954 1/1100

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Description Editing Imprimatur-1954-1955. Complete in 3 volumes with Burins by Raoul Serres, Robert Cami and Paul Lemagny. In unfolded sheets, folded covers, under cases and very original shirts in purple velvet one of the 1100 copies on pure filigree tinted vellum printed specially for this edition
Tome Premier: "Le Cid", "Le Menteur" and "Rodogune" (305 pages).Second Volume:
L'illusion comique", "Horace" et "Nicomède" (283 pages).Tome Third: "Cinna",
Polyeucte" and "The Death of Pompey".(272 pages).Format 24.5 cm by 19 cm. 
State Good setBeautiful illustrations of great finesse, under snakesNote: the snakes are missing in volume 1 and some in volume 3. slight signs of use on the cases, edge friction on the back, light soiling and  slight discoloration at the bottom of the casesTo note: small lack of velvet at the edge of volume 1 body of books in good conditioncool interior  yellowedTo note : qq edge stitching on qq pages in volume 3 (it looks more like a tinting defect)and a horny page in volume 2
Raoul Serres, born in Cazères-sur-Garonne
Haute-Garonne
in 1881
and died in 1971
is a French burin engraver and illustrator.
Student of Jules Jacquet
Henri-Joseph Dubouchet
and Leon Bonnat , he is a member of French artists
in  1906  and exhibits at Living room
of this group : honorable mention in1898 , third class medal
in 1906 , price of rome
in 1906
He has illustrated numerous small-edition bibliophile books, often of an erotic nature. : Balzac ,  Baudelaire , Brantome
Choderlos de Laclos , Crow
Diderot
Claude Farrere
Flaubert
Théophile Gautier
Marivaux
Maupassant
Mauriac
Root
Henri de Régnier
Restif de la Bretonne
J.-H. Rosny elder
Helgvor of the Blue River), Voltaire .
He was also the author of postage stamps
and postcards : National Week of Ptt (21-27 May 1945) - Fouquet de la Varenne (1946) - Centenary of the French Postage Stamp May 21, 1949- IVe Salon Philatélique d'Automne, Paris 3-6 November 1950 - Reinatex Expo Phila Internationale April 26- May 4, 1952 Monaco
1er Arromanches Day June 5, 1954 - 1er Jour Pierre de Coubertin Nov 24, 1956
Hope" work of orphans of the PTT, exhibition Phila Paris Nov 29 / Dec 2, 1956 - Xe Salon de l'Enfance 31 oct / 17 nov 1957 - portrait of Albert CAMUS 1967 - Béziers, on the occasion of the 41e congress of the Federation of Philatelic Societies. He is also the author of a 1950 Ecuadorian stamp, View of Lake San Pablo (this stamp was used with overwrites in 1949 for the UPU's 75th anniversary)
Paul Pierre Lemagny1 , born in Dainville-Bertheleville
Meuse
the 11
February
1905
died at Versailles
the 18
July
1977 2
and buried in  Sivry-la-Perche , is a painter
and engraver
French.
Then comes a second period of his work, devoted mainly to illustration, a period that Lemagny will judge severely thereafter and during which he illustrates more than 28 works, which represents more than 700 plates engraved with a burin, a technique in which he excelled. .
Major works of illustration remain from this period, such as Regain of Jean Giono , book for which Lemagny lives several weeks with the author in Haute-Provence to illustrate from nature. All the works of this period constitute the peaks of the art of the chisel in illustration.
Robert cami, born the 1er  January
1900
at Bordeaux
and dead the 12
January
1975
at Paris
is a designer
and engraver
of medals
and stamps French
Pierre Corneille, also called " the great crow " or " Crow the Elder ", born the June 6  1606 1
at Rouen
and dead the1er October
1684 2
at Paris
Saint-Roch parish
is a playwright
and poet
French
of xviie century
Coming from a family of the bourgeoisie of dress, Pierre Corneille, after studying law, occupied legal offices in Rouen while turning to literature, like many law graduates of his time. He first wrotecomedies
as Melite
The Royal Square
The Comic Illusion , and tragicomedies Clitandre  (around 1630) and in 1637 , The Cid
which was a triumph, despite criticism from rivals and theorists. He had also given from 1634-35 a mythological tragedy (Medea ), but it was not until 1640 that he embarked on the path of historical tragedy - he was the last of the dramatic poets of his generation to do so - thus giving what posterity considered to be his leaders - work :Horace
Cinna
Polyeucte
Rodogune
Heraclius
and Nicomedes
Disappointed by the reception met by Pertharite
1652, during the troubles of the Sling ), at the moment when the beginning of its translation of Imitation of Jesus Christ
was an extraordinary bookstore success, he decided to give up theatrical writing and gradually completed the translation of Limitation. Several of his colleagues, noting in their turn that the Fronde had caused a rejection of historical and political tragedy, likewise gave up writing tragedies or concentrated on the genre of comedy. Tempted as early as 1656 to return to the theater through a spectacular tragedy commissioned by a Norman nobleman (La Conquête de la Toison d'or, premiered in Paris six years later was one of the greatest successes of the century), occupied in the following years correcting all his theater to publish a new edition accompanied by critical and theoretical speeches, he easily yielded in 1658 at the invitation of the superintendentNicolas Fouquet
and returned to the theater at the beginning of 1659, proposing a rewrite of the main subject of the tragedy,  Oedipus . This play was very well received and Corneille then continued successes for a few years, but the growing favor of tragedies where the expression of the feeling of love dominated (de Quinault, his own brother Thomas
and finally Jean Racine
relegated his creations to the background. He stopped writing after the mixed success of Surena
in 1674
The biographical tradition of XVIIIe and XIXe centuries imagined a Crow facing material difficulties during his later years, but all the works of the second half of the 20e century reveal that it was not and that Corneille ended his life in a comfortable3 .
His work, 32 pieces in total, is varied : beside comedies
close to aesthetics baroque
full of theatrical invention like The Comic Illusion , Pierre Corneille was able to give a whole new emotional and reflexive power to the tragedy  modern, appeared in France in the middle of xvie century. Struggling with the establishment of  classic rules
he left his mark on the genre through the high figures he created : strong souls confronted with fundamental moral choices (the famous " Cornelian dilemma
as Rodrigue
who must choose between love and family honor, August who prefers mercy to revenge or Polyeucte  placed between human love and the love of God. If the figures of young men full of ardor (Rodrigue, the young Horace) are associated with figures of noble fathers
Don Diègue or the old Horace), the male figures should not make us forget the female characters vibrating with feelings like Chimene
in The Cid, Camille in Horace or Cleopatra, queen of Syria, in Rodogune.
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