NAVEZ, Géo. Miousic. Sept Poemes a l Louange de la Musique Baroque. By Paul-Gustave Van Hecke. 46,  pp. Illustrated with 7 pochoir plates by Géo Navez. Folio, 325 x 235 mm, bound in publisher's light brown printed wrappers in a new red cloth folding box. Brussels: Editions Selection, 1921.
This is one of 25 copies on Holland hors commerce and lettered O of a total 132 copies printed. Inscribed by the author to the secretary of the Comedie Française, Jean Valmy-Baisse. A collection of 7 poems by the polymath Paul-Gustave Van Hecke (1887-1967), a Belgian poet and art patron, who was associated with the surrealists, especially Magritte, Ernst and Man Ray. The poems are accompanied by 7 striking hand-coloured pochoir plates by Géo Navez (1890-1975), a central figure in the artistic avant-garde in 1920's Belgium. The printed wrappers have an unusual design using advertisements. Edges of the covers a little worn as true in most copies, overall a near fine copy.
Item nr. 166301