Luc’s Travel

Leguey, Luc. Mon Paris. Together With: Lettres de Voyage Excursion Dans L'Est.

Luc’s Travel Drawings

i.e. Luc Leguey, 1876-?

Luc Leguey was a French painter and illustrator, born in Paris. He was a student of Robert-Fleury and worked as a comic illustrator for Le Gil Blas Illustrè and Pages Folles, and contributed to Le Rire, Le Sourire, Le Charivari and Le Frou-Blanchette. He published comics in the magazine Diabolo Journal and also worked under the pseudonym Lukle Gai.

Mon Paris
Format Picture size (mostly): 10.6″ x 8″ (27 x 20.5 cm)
Album: 12.2″ x 9.8″ (31 x 25 cm)
Photo album of the time with title-aquarelle. Album strongly worn; aquarelles very good.

Extent 152 aquarelles

Published 1895–1905

Lettres de Voyage Excursion Dans L’Est

Format 7″ x 10″ (18 x 25cm)
Red half-leather binding, strongly rubbed; title stamped on spine; corners and edges worn; overall very good. Nicely illustrated grand-tour travel diary from Nancy to Basel, Lucern, Zürich, Schaffhausen, Baden, and Straßberg.

Extent 55 lvs. French manuscript book. 30 partially full-page aquarelles and 12 ink drawings. 

Published 1891–1897


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Stock Code: 1074A19 Collection:


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