Cliché en couleurs	 , 1900	 , ALLEMAGNE 	  Tersch (Fritz)

Cliché en couleurs , 1900 , ALLEMAGNE Tersch (Fritz)

» Bookplate of the week: March of the bibliophilic penguins Modern Books and Manuscripts

» Bookplate of the week: March of the bibliophilic penguins Modern Books and Manuscripts

≡ Bookplate Estate ≡ vintage ex libris labels︱artful book plates - Angela Lemaire for Ian Howel, 2009

≡ Bookplate Estate ≡ vintage ex libris labels︱artful book plates - Angela Lemaire for Ian Howel, 2009

Para que el viaje fuera una solución y no un simple alivio, el que va no debiera llevarse. De todos modos, el alivio de partir vale la pena.  Es curioso cómo cualquier lugar, después de un tiempo, se convierte en nuestra casa.  Dijo otro que los viajes nos deparan la revelación de que la vida es mientras tanto.

Para que el viaje fuera una solución y no un simple alivio, el que va no debiera llevarse. De todos modos, el alivio de partir vale la pena. Es curioso cómo cualquier lugar, después de un tiempo, se convierte en nuestra casa. Dijo otro que los viajes nos deparan la revelación de que la vida es mientras tanto.

Cliché en couleurs	 , 20°	 , ALLEMAGNE 	  NERNST (Heinrich)	 , Saxe

Cliché en couleurs , 20° , ALLEMAGNE NERNST (Heinrich) , Saxe

EX LIBRIS: Antique Book Plates : Skull and Book. Ex Libris for Richard de Winiwarzer at Davidson Galleries

EX LIBRIS: Antique Book Plates : Skull and Book. Ex Libris for Richard de Winiwarzer at Davidson Galleries

Ex Libris made by Anton Franciscus Pieck (Dutch, 1895-1987) for G. M. Van Wees, a Dutch bookplate ~ Anton Franciscus Pieck was a Dutch painter, artist and graphic artist. Pieck married Jo van Poelvoorde (died 1983) in 1922. The couple had three children, Elsa, Anneke and Max (died 1986). His works are noted for their nostalgic or fairy tale-like character and are widely popular, appearing regularly on cards and calendars.

Ex Libris made by Anton Franciscus Pieck (Dutch, 1895-1987) for G. M. Van Wees, a Dutch bookplate ~ Anton Franciscus Pieck was a Dutch painter, artist and graphic artist. Pieck married Jo van Poelvoorde (died 1983) in 1922. The couple had three children, Elsa, Anneke and Max (died 1986). His works are noted for their nostalgic or fairy tale-like character and are widely popular, appearing regularly on cards and calendars.

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