First Editions, Limited to 325 Numbered Copies, and with 140 Hand-colored Lithographed Plates AltogetherJacques Zoubaloff. Two First Editions, including: Clos Joli. I Les Fleurs [-II Les Fruits]. Paris: Éditions D'Art Charles Moreau, 1929. First edition, one of 325 copies. Two large quarto volumes (13.625 x 12.375 inches; 346 x 314 mm.). [2, title and imprint], 6, [2, plate list and colophon]; [2, title and imprint], [2, plate list and colophon] pages. Each volume with fifty hand-colored lithographic plates (100 total). Publisher's eggshell blue paper over boards with white linen backstrip, with hand colored lithographs affixed to the front boards (a rose on Volume I and a plum and pear on Volume II). "Printed in Paris" stamped in blue ink on titles. Wear to board edges. Soiling to boards, including four spots on front board of Volume I. Fraying to head and tail of backstrip, with some bits of loss and gatherings exposed. First gathering of Volume I split from remainder of the block. Overall, very good copies, internally clean and bright.
L'Automne. I Feuilles. Préface de Guillaume Janneau. Paris: Éditions D'Art Charles Moreau, 1930. First edition, one of 325 copies. One large quarto volume only of two (13.625 x 12.375 inches; 346 x 314 mm.). [2, title and imprint], 4, [2, plate list and colophon] pages. With forty hand-colored lithographic plates. Publisher's grey paper over boards with white linen backstrip, with hand-colored lithograph affixed to the front board (a stem with three leaves). "Printed in Paris" stamped in blue ink on titles. Wear to board edges, soiling to boards. Fraying to head and tail of backstrip, with some bits of loss and gatherings exposed. Overall, a very good copy, internally clean and bright.
Jacques Zoubaloff is best known as a collector of great European art from the sixteenth through the early nineteenth centuries, much of it donated to Parisian institutions in the 1920s, and as one of the first serious collectors of post-Impressionist and Modern art. He was also an amateur artist of some repute, to which these charmingly Modern collections of hand-colored lithographic still lifes attest.
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