Illustrated Books - Sindbad the Sailor illustrated by Edmund Dulac
  • Illustrated Books - Sindbad the Sailor illustrated by Edmund Dulac
  • Illustrated Books - Sindbad the Sailor illustrated by Edmund Dulac
  • Illustrated Books - Sindbad the Sailor illustrated by Edmund Dulac
  • Illustrated Books - Sindbad the Sailor illustrated by Edmund Dulac
  • Illustrated Books - Sindbad the Sailor illustrated by Edmund Dulac
  • Illustrated Books - Sindbad the Sailor illustrated by Edmund Dulac
  • Illustrated Books - Sindbad the Sailor illustrated by Edmund Dulac
  • Illustrated Books - Sindbad the Sailor illustrated by Edmund Dulac
  • Illustrated Books - Sindbad the Sailor illustrated by Edmund Dulac
  • Illustrated Books - Sindbad the Sailor illustrated by Edmund Dulac
  • Illustrated Books - Sindbad the Sailor illustrated by Edmund Dulac
  • Illustrated Books - Sindbad the Sailor illustrated by Edmund Dulac
  • Illustrated Books - Sindbad the Sailor illustrated by Edmund Dulac
  • Illustrated Books - Sindbad the Sailor illustrated by Edmund Dulac
  • Illustrated Books - Sindbad the Sailor illustrated by Edmund Dulac
  • Illustrated Books - Sindbad the Sailor illustrated by Edmund Dulac
  • Illustrated Books - Sindbad the Sailor illustrated by Edmund Dulac
  • Illustrated Books - Sindbad the Sailor illustrated by Edmund Dulac

Sindbad the Sailor illustrated by Edmund Dulac

€850.00

DULAC, Edmund, illustrator

Sindbad the Sailor & Other Stories from the Arabian Nights.

London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1914.

[DULAC, Edmund, illustrator]. Sindbad the Sailor & Other Stories from the Arabian Nights. London: Hodder & Stoughton, [n.d., 1914].

First trade edition. Quarto (277 x 214 mm). 221pp. Twenty-three colour plates after Dulac mounted on cream stock with decorative border, captioned tissue guards. Publisher's tan cloth, front cover and spine pictorially stamped in blue and gilt, tan and blue decorated endpapers. Minimal foxing to first and last few pages, otherwise a fine copy.

"In some of the pictures for this book Dulac continues with the Chinese style developed for Princess Badoura the year before. In others, he reduces the scale and adds a richness of detail to create an effect similar to that seen in Persian and Indian miniature art. The pictures are generally serious but Dulac's ever-present humor creeps in... And always there is the Oriental inspiration". [Hughey, Ann (1995). Edmund Dulac - His Book Illustrations: A Bibliography]

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