(Text by Lewis Carroll; illus. by Salvador Dali) known as "The Dali Alice". Unbound pages in case-portfolio of leather and linen. Contains 4-color etching (frontis piece) signed in the plate by Dali. 12 original helio-gravures (in 6-12 colors), each superimposed by an original Dali woodcut remarque Edition limited to 2,500 numbered copies. This is No. 902. Published jointly by Random House and Maecenas Press in October, 1969. Printed in France on specially made-to-order Mandeure rag paper by Ateliers Rigal (etching, remarques, and typography) and M. Nourisson (the 12 illustrations). Title page is signed by Dali. Portfolios by Cartonnages Adine.
Created by: Dali, Salvador
Shotgun pistol. 3" shells. Smooth wood grips and forestock. 2 lbs.
Kelly loved imagining the life of the beautiful old plantation homes he painted, capturing the history recorded in this passage from Mark Twain's "Castles and Plantations", based on a trip down the Mississippi: From Baton Rouge to New Orleans, the great sugar-plantations border both sides of the river all the way, and stretch their league-wide levels back to the dim forest walls of bearded cypress in the rear. Shores lonely no longer. Plenty of dwellings all the way, on both banks standing so close together, for long distances, that the broad river lying between the two rows becomes a...
Created by: Kelly, Felix