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Les plus belles fables de La Fontaine
(Place Furstemberg, éditeurs, 1995)
A large format book with strong watercolors for each of 44 fables. The artist seems to sign many illustrations Molenes 94. Each fable (except four) gets a two-page spread. The four exceptions are Les animaux malades de ...
Coloriages 2: 6 fables de La Fontaine
(Dargaud Editeur, 1988)
A large pamphlet coloring-book with a colored page facing a black-and-white page for eadch of the six fables. Maybe the best fun of all here is the image of the ship going down at a rakish angle while the monkey lifts his ...
Fables de La Fontaine
(Nelson Éditeurs,, 1925?)
This book and the circumstances around my getting it are strange. I was wandering through this antiques mall, having found nothing, and found this away from the usual book sources for this incredible price! I would never ...
(Editions Lucos, 1955?)
Each of six fables receives a double-page in this sideways pop-up book. At the bottom of the flat page is the text of La Fontaine's fable. The star of the book is WL at its center, very well preserved. The wolf is a ...
Marc Chagall: Die 100 Radierungen zu den Fabeln von La Fontaine.
([Salzburger Landessammlungen Rupertinum, 1989)
I first learned of this publication by seeing it in the Victoria and Albert Museum. I tried to purchase it subsequently through Schoenhof's in Cambridge. They came back with the answer that it was not for sale because ...
Jean de La Fontaine: Favole
(Newton Compton editori, 1994)
The combination of Grandville and Doré is excellent, and the reproduction of them is surprisingly good for so economical a book. This book was found for me in a new-book shop on the main street from downtown towards the ...
Fables de La Fontaine
(Éditions BIAS-PARIS, 1963)
This large-format hard-covered book must be like hundreds of others published regularly in France. This one contains sixteen fables with colorful pictures appealing to children. Here I learned for the first time that in ...
Fables de La Fontaine, Nouvelle Edition
(Martial Ardant Frères, 1890?)
This is a small (about 3¼ x 5¼) but complete book of La Fontaine's fables. Its unusual feature is its illustrations, printed with a stamp-like quality. The first of these is a full-page frontispiece printed at a ninety ...
The Fox and the Stork
(Green Light Readers/Harcourt, 2000)
Apparently, the first Green Light Readers edition was in 1999, but I am not sure what that means for this booklet. It contains twenty pages and offers strong cartoon presentations of the fable. Often a par of adjoined ...
Fables de la Fontaine
(Alfred Mame et Fils, 1890)
A beautiful little volume, almost identical with the 1890 and 1892 editions except for small changes on the title page.