LA DOGANA: Poemes Venitiens.
Edition: First printing.
Lausanne: Editions Castella, (1967). First edition - Edition originale, un des 900 exemplaires numerotes sur Canson et Ingres et imprimee sur les presses de l'Imprimerie Chabloz a Renens. Ouvrage illustre de 12 photographies d'Henriette Grindat. (#650 out of 900 copies of the regular edition). A relatively early work of this Belgian poet, active in the Resistance during World War II, a lawyer and psychoanalyst, who moved to Paris in 1946 where he was friends with Camus and Gide, among others. Swiss photographer Henriette Grindat (1923 - 1986) was known for her complex surrealistic images which were often achieved by means of collage, photograms, or solarisation - many of which, like the ones in this book, depicted the effects of light and water. Unpaginated (36 pp including the colophon), Large format.
Condition: Fine in stiff white covers in dark red outer wrappers with black lettering and self flaps.