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Franco Maria Ricci: Lewis Carroll: Photos and Letters to Child Friends
From one of our favorite publishers, Franco Maria Ricci of Milan, Italy, comes one of the illustrious volumes from his Signs of Man series: Lewis Carrol—Photos and Letters to his Child Friends.
Italo Calvino: Tarots: The Visconti Pack in Bergamo and New York
Tarots: the Visconti pack in Bergamo and New York. A critical examination by Sergio Samek Ludovici; text by Italo Calvino, that reproduces the surviving cards from a Tarot pack that was created in Italy in the fifteenth century for the Visconti family. Signed by publisher Franco Maria Ricci, limited edition #701/3000.
Luigi Serafini: "Storie Naturali" Signed Ltd Ed 147/660 SOLD
Luigi Serafini, author of the renowned and mysterious "Codex Seraphinianus" interprets the masterpiece of Jules Renard, "Natural Histories," into an herbarium, in which imaginary plants illustrate Renard's stories and come to life as the leaves of a botanical fantasy.
Luigi Serafini: Pulcinellopedia Piccola SOLD
Pulcinellopedia Piccola by Luigi Serafini and Polecenella Cetrulo. Milan: Longanesi, 1984. This is the very scarce second book by artist, architect, and designer Luigi Serafini, creator of the surreal cult classic Codex Seraphinianus, a high point of 20th-century book illustration.
Luigi Serafini: Codex Seraphinianus Signed 2-Volume Limited First Edition SOLD
Scarce 2-volume 1981 Limited First Edition, First Printing of the elusive Codex Seraphinianus by Luigi Serafini, published in Milan by Franco Maria Ricci (FMR). Numbered 856 out of a limited printing of 4,000 copies and signed by the artist on the colophon page.