72 disegni assortiti di Mino Maccari incisi in legno da Ernesto Romagnoli

Autore: MACCARI, Mino (1898-1989)

Tipografo: Vanni Scheiwiller

Dati tipografici: Milano, 1963

8vo (237x179 mm). [2], 6, [4] pp., 1 woodcut plate and 72 lithographic plates. The short text, containing some letters exchanged between the artist and the publisher, is printed in a hand-sewn pamphlet. The original woodcut by Mino Maccari, numbered and signed by the author (107/150), and the 72 lithographs, numbered on the verso, engraved by Ernesto Romagnoli from drawings by the artist, are instead loose. Contemporary half leather with gilt title on spine, cardboard slipcase.

Excellent copy of this work published in only 175 copies on Magnani handmade paper, of which 150 are commercial copies (numbered 1-150) and 25 (numbered A-Z) are not for sale. 

Mino Maccari (Siena, 1898 - Rome, 1989) was an Italian writer, painter, printmaker and journalist, winner of the Feltrinelli Prize for Painting in 1963.