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"...with a movement so deft that the madman saw it not, she seized a solid object from the tabouret and struck him on the temple....the man had fallen under the blow, but he was not dead...she drew quickly from a slender vase her long hair-pins...she plunged them all into his lean hairy chest..."

this print came from a 1929 limited edition of The Collected Poems of Pierre Louys.

Pierre Louÿs (December 10, 1870 - June 6, 1925) was a French poet and writer, most renowned for lesbian and classical themes in some of his writings. He is known as a writer who "expressed pagan sensuality with stylistic perfection."

artist of illustration John Austen

would look stunning framed.

I will include the complete tale called, "A Night in Spring" with your purchase.

print measures approx. 4.5in. x 8in.
page measures approx. 6.25in. x 10 in.

this print is 82 years old and in great condition. minor yellowing. minor edge wear. page is thick. blank on back.

I am selling the actual page, not a reproduction.

shipped in archival, heat resistant, page protector

1929 art deco limited edition print. Andromeda. triump over the beast


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  • Material: antique paper print
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 76 reviews
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