2007 Rare Edition - Mr. Rabbit's Christmas Wish Translated for Humans by Charles van Sandwyk.
Author: Charles van Sandwyk.
Title: Mr. Rabbit's Christmas Wish Translated for Humans by Charles van Sandwyk.
Language: Text in English.
Publisher: North Vancouver, CVS Fine Arts, 2007. The first edition, Second printing (stated) with the green cover. Limited edition. Printed offset. 2000 copies.
Size: 9" X 7".
Pages: Unpaginated (15 pages).
Binding: Fine and attractive original pictorial card covers hand-stitched binding (hinges fine) with decorated turn-ins under a protective removable mylar cover.
Content: Fine content (bright, tight, and clean - as shown).
Illustrations: Complete with all the wonderful illustrations by Charles van Sandwyk.
Estimate: (Scarce with no or few other copies available for sale worldwide).
The book: Beautiful Limited Edition of Mr. Rabbit's Christmas Wish (translated for humans by Charles van Sandwyk), contains Christmas wishes thought up by Mr. Rabbit for his woodland companions, featuring calligraphic text and watercolor illustrations tipped-in.
The author: Charles van Sandwyk is a Canadian artist and author known for his whimsical illustrations and intricate, hand-crafted books. Born in Johannesburg, South Africa in 1966, he moved to Vancouver, Canada at a young age. Influenced by the classic illustrators of the early 20th century, van Sandwyk's works evoke a sense of nostalgia and enchantment, often featuring animals, fairies, and other fantastical subjects. Over the years, he has gained significant acclaim for his artistry, with his works being collected and admired internationally. Apart from his own titles, van Sandwyk has also illustrated editions for well-known authors, notably for the Folio Society. He splits his time between British Columbia and a remote Fijian island, where the tranquillity of his surroundings deeply influences his art.
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