[Vienna Secession- A Pinnacle of Art in Wiener Art] Ausstellung der Verinigung Bildender K¸nstler ÷sterreichs Secession. Kolomon Moser, Roller Moll, etc.
[Vienna Secession- A Pinnacle of Art in Wiener Art] Ausstellung der Verinigung Bildender K¸nstler ÷sterreichs Secession
[Vienna Secession- A Pinnacle of Art in Wiener Art] Ausstellung der Verinigung Bildender K¸nstler ÷sterreichs Secession
[Vienna Secession- A Pinnacle of Art in Wiener Art] Ausstellung der Verinigung Bildender K¸nstler ÷sterreichs Secession
[Vienna Secession- A Pinnacle of Art in Wiener Art] Ausstellung der Verinigung Bildender K¸nstler ÷sterreichs Secession
[Vienna Secession- A Pinnacle of Art in Wiener Art] Ausstellung der Verinigung Bildender K¸nstler ÷sterreichs Secession
[Vienna Secession- A Pinnacle of Art in Wiener Art] Ausstellung der Verinigung Bildender K¸nstler ÷sterreichs Secession
[Vienna Secession- A Pinnacle of Art in Wiener Art] Ausstellung der Verinigung Bildender K¸nstler ÷sterreichs Secession
[Vienna Secession- A Pinnacle of Art in Wiener Art] Ausstellung der Verinigung Bildender K¸nstler ÷sterreichs Secession
[Vienna Secession- A Pinnacle of Art in Wiener Art] Ausstellung der Verinigung Bildender K¸nstler ÷sterreichs Secession
[Vienna Secession- A Pinnacle of Art in Wiener Art] Ausstellung der Verinigung Bildender K¸nstler ÷sterreichs Secession

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[Vienna Secession- A Pinnacle of Art in Wiener Art] Ausstellung der Verinigung Bildender K¸nstler ÷sterreichs Secession

Wien: Klinger, Beethoven, April-Juni, 1902.

First edition. Original mustard wrappers with blind debossed lettering blocked on cover. An astoundingly stunning presentation of early Secessionist art, with an introduction by Ernest Stohf. Printed in woodcut in bright mustard/orange and black, including 16 full-page plates (9 printed in black and orange) by Ferdinand Andri, Rudolf Jettmar, Friedrich Konig, Max Kurzweil, Maximilian Lenz, Wilhelm List, Elena Luksch-Makovsky, Karl Moll, Koloman Moser, Felician Freiherr von Myrbach, Emil Orlik, and Ernst Roller, 83 initial letters (2 in black and yellow) by Moser and others. 85, [13] pages. Of extreme rarity. Moderate toning and edgewear, lower outer front cover chipped, smaller chips to other corners; first signature loose from binding; beautiful custom clamshell box lined in orange paper and with mounted copy of the pictorial title-page. Kallir, page 123. Vienna, 1902.

Price: $4,500.00   Item #3645

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