Ferronneries du Maroc.

Bailly, Pierre F.

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Book ID: 31702

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Folio. [10], 46 loose plates containing 214 motifs after Bailly’s original documents, illustrated title page introduction by K. Ben-Ghabrit, cloth spine in original folder, foxing and light wear to folder, some foxing to title pages, otherwise copy in very good condition, Editions de la Cigogne, Casablanca, 1950.

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RARE WORK. Limited to 500 copies only of which this is numbered 390. Pierre Bailly (1889–1973) was a French architect. In 1932 he won a gold medal in the art competition of the Summer Olympics Games together with Gustave Saacké and Pierre Montenot for their design of a “Cirque pour Toros” (“Circus for Bullfights”). This work covering Islamic designs in Morocco concentrated on the designs and works of arts on Moroccan doors and windows.
Bibliographic reference: Creswell Supplement I, 282.

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