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Toulouse-Lautrec.- Joyant (Maurice) La Cuisine de Monsieur Momo célibataire, one of 250 copies on Arches paper, with an original drawing by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, pen and black ink on thin laid paper without watermark, with the artist's red monogram stamp (Lugt 1333), colour frontispiece after Édouard Vuillard of Toulouse-Lautrec cooking, 24 etched plates by Padovani after drawings, sketches and watercolours by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, light tan Chamois leather pastedowns and endpapers, green crushed morocco, by Jean-Paul Laurenchet, upper cover with a red wine decanter, pepper mill, and tureen composed from red, brown and tan morocco onlays within an outline tooled in black, spine gilt, spine faded, t.e.g., housed in a board and green morocco edged slip-case, [Bitting p.251; Cagle 250; Oberlé Fastes 297], 4to, Paris, Éditions Pellet, 1930.

⁂ The original drawing by Toulouse-Lautrec executed in 1895 is for the plate at p.276 ('M.M. Guibert en Saint'). It was in the collection of Maurice Guibert, sold 21st November, 1922, to M. Galanti (Dortu, Toulouse-Lautrec, Vol.6, p.656, D.3.862, a copy of which included here).


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