L’Atelier-Galerie A.Piroir est un espace de travail et d’exposition dédié à l’art imprimé / The A.Piroir Studio-Gallery is specialized in the creation and exhibition of fineartprintmaking
 

Fernando Arrabal

Fernando Arrabal is a poet, novelist, playwright, filmmaker and essayist. Born in 1932 in Spain, he has lived in France since 1955. He has published more than 800 books of poetry, over 100 plays and 14 novels, and has produced 7 feature films. His work has been translated into many languages. He won numerous awards, including the Nabokov, the Nadal and the Grand Prix du Théâtre presented by the Académie française.

 

La Puce

Text by Fernando Arrabal and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1984 | 16 x 8 cm | eau forte and typography |

99 prints

La Puce

Text by Fernando Arrabal and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1984 | 16 x 8 cm | eau forte and typography |

99 prints

La Puce

Text by Fernando Arrabal and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1984 | 16 x 8 cm | eau forte and typography |

99 prints

La dernière page, le dernier signe …

Text by Fernando Arrabal, Michel Bohbot and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1986 | 8 x 15 cm |
enhanced engraving and typography | 27 prints |

editor Aux dépens d'un amateur

Cinq sonnets (Cinco Sonetos)

Text by Fernando Arrabal and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1980 | 26 x 17 cm | engraving and typography | 80 prints | editor Andre Biren

L’amour enseveli

Text by Fernando Arrabal and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1985 | 14 x 13 cm | enhanced engraving and typography | 65 prints | editor Jacques Matarasso

La dernière page, le dernier signe …

Text by Fernando Arrabal, Michel Bohbot and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1986 | 8 x 15 cm |
enhanced engraving and typography | 27 prints |

editor Aux dépens d'un amateur

Cinq sonnets (Cinco Sonetos)

Text by Fernando Arrabal and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1980 | 26 x 17 cm | engraving and typography | 80 prints | editor Andre Biren

L’amour enseveli

Text by Fernando Arrabal and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1985 | 14 x 13 cm | enhanced engraving and typography | 65 prints | editor Jacques Matarasso

La dernière page, le dernier signe …

Text by Fernando Arrabal, Michel Bohbot and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1986 | 8 x 15 cm | enhanced engraving and typography | 27 prints |

editor Aux dépens d'un amateur

Cinq sonnets (Cinco Sonetos)

Text by Fernando Arrabal and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1980 | 26 x 17 cm | engravingandt typography | 80 prints | editor Andre Biren

L’amour enseveli

Text by Fernando Arrabal and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1985 | 14 x 13 cm | enhanced engraving and typography | 65 prints | editor Jacques Matarasso

 

GIORGIO BAFFO

Girgio Baffo was an 18th-century Italian poet, born in 1694 in Venice and died in the same city in 1768. Author of satirical and licentious sonnets, along with Carlo Goldoni, he was one of the leading Venetian language writers.

 

Teatro comico

Text by Giorgio Baffo called Carlo Goldoni and engraving by Daniel Aïram

1993 | 19 x 27 cm | aquatint and eau forte and typography | 70 prints | editor Osvaldo Böhm and A. Piroir

Teatro comico

Text by Giorgio Baffo called Carlo Goldoni and engraving by Daniel Aïram

1993 | 19 x 27 cm | aquatint and eau forte and typography | 70 prints | editor Osvaldo Böhm and A. Piroir

Teatro comico

Text by Giorgio Baffo called Carlo Goldoni and engraving by Daniel Aïram

1993 | 19 x 27 cm | aquatint and eau forte and typography | 70 prints | editor Osvaldo Böhm and A. Piroir

Teatro comico

Text by Giorgio Baffo called Carlo Goldoni and engraving by Daniel Aïram

1993 | 19 x 27 cm | aquatint and eau forte and typography | 70 prints | editor Osvaldo Böhm and A. Piroir

 

JULIUS BALTAZAR

Born in Paris in 1949, Julius Baltazar was noticed in his youth by Salvador Dali who took the budding artist under his wing and encouraged him to pursue his artistic career.

The works of Julius Baltazar, a mix of printmaking and painting, usually feature elements of intaglio printing, ink drawing and Arlequin pencil. A deep interest in literature led the artist to illustrate over three hundred works of poetry. The artist's work is featured in many important public collections in Canada, Spain, Belgium, Switzerland, Japan and France.

Permission de minuit

Text by Julius Baltazar and engraving by Roland Topor

1993 | 16 x 12 cm | eau forte and typography | 200 prints | editor Rougerie

 

Permission de minuit

Text by Julius Baltazar and engraving by Roland Topor

1993 | 16 x 12 cm | eau forte and typography | 200 prints | editor Rougerie

Permission de minuit

Text by Julius Baltazar and engraving by Roland Topor

1993 | 16 x 12 cm | eau forte and typography | 200 prints | editor Rougerie

A l’infini le sable    Text by Julius Baltazar and engraving by Raoul Ubac  1985 | 25 x 17 cm | engraving and typography | 85 prints | editor Maeght

A l’infini le sable

Text by Julius Baltazar and engraving by Raoul Ubac

1985 | 25 x 17 cm | engraving and typography | 85 prints | editor Maeght

A l’infini le sable    Text by Julius Baltazar and engraving by Raoul Ubac  1985 | 25 x 17 cm | engraving and typography | 85 prints | editor Maeght

A l’infini le sable

Text by Julius Baltazar and engraving by Raoul Ubac

1985 | 25 x 17 cm | engraving and typography | 85 prints | editor Maeght

A l’infini le sable    Text by Julius Baltazar and engraving by Raoul Ubac  1985 | 25 x 17 cm | engraving and typography | 85 prints | editor Maeght

A l’infini le sable

Text by Julius Baltazar and engraving by Raoul Ubac

1985 | 25 x 17 cm | engraving and typography | 85 prints | editor Maeght

 

Vincent Bardet

Born in 1947 in Clermont-Ferrand, Vincent Bardet grew up in the Paris region and graduated in philosophy from the Institut d’Études Politiques and the Université de Nanterre. Translator and essayist, occasionally a poet, Bardet worked at Éditions de Seuil from 1980 to 2008. A devout Zen Buddhist, Bardet helped to introduce this spiritual tradition to France through translations and introductory works.

 

La Voie du Guerrier

Engraving and text by Vincent Bardet

1986 | 34 x 26.5 cm | eau forte et typography |

190 prints | editor Les Bibliophiles de France

La Voie du Guerrier

Engraving and text by Vincent Bardet

1986 | 34 x 26.5 cm | eau forte et typography |

190 prints | editor Les Bibliophiles de France

La Voie du Guerrier

Engraving and text by Vincent Bardet

1986 | 34 x 26.5 cm | eau forte et typography |

190 prints | editor Les Bibliophiles de France

La Voie du Guerrier

Engraving and text by Vincent Bardet

1986 | 34 x 26.5 cm | eau forte et typography |

190 prints | editor Les Bibliophiles de France

 

MICHEL BOHBOT

Born in 1946, Michel Bohbot is a French poet, writer and lawyer. An expert in contemporary art, art historian and collector, Michel Bohbot has contributed to many artist’s books, in addition to authoring several articles and prefaces. He is also an expert in contemporary art at the Cour d’appel de Versailles.

 

La dernière page, le dernier signe …

Text by Fernando Arrabal, Michel Bohbot and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1986 | 8 x 15 cm | enhanced engraving and typography | 27 prints | editor Aux dépens d'un amateur

La dernière page, le dernier signe …

Text by Fernando Arrabal, Michel Bohbot and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1986 | 8 x 15 cm | enhanced engraving and typography | 27 prints | editor Aux dépens d'un amateur

La dernière page, le dernier signe …

Text by Fernando Arrabal, Michel Bohbot and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1986 | 8 x 15 cm | enhanced engraving and typography | 27 prints | editor Aux dépens d'un amateur

 

Alain Bosquet

  Born in 1919 in Odessa, Ukraine, and died in Paris in 1998, Alain Bosquet was a French writer. After his involvement in the Second World War, alongside Charles de Gaulle and allied forces, Bosquet turned to a literary career, both as a writer, as an academic and as a publisher at Calmann-Lévy. A translator and literary critic, he also devoted himself to novels and poetry. His poems received several awards, including the Prix Chateaubriand, the Prix Max Jacob and the Grand Prix de Poésie presented by the Académie française.

 

Le corps de l’alphabet

Text by Alain Bosquet and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1978 | 51 x 33 cm | eau forte et typography | 50 prints | editor Le Verbe et l’Empreinte

Le corps de l’alphabet

Text by Alain Bosquet and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1978 | 51 x 33 cm | eau forte et typography | 50 prints | editor Le Verbe et l’Empreinte

 

Jacques Bruyas

Born in 1950 in Lyon, Jacques Bruyas is a teacher, writer and publisher. He is best known for La dernière grimace and L’homme aux bottes de glaise.

 

A visage nu

Text by Jacques Bruyas an dengraving by Daniel Airam, Martian Ayme, Christian Robilliard and Philippe Tardy

1989 | 33 x 25 cm | engraving and typography | 50 prints | editor C. Billow S. A.

A visage nu

Text by Jacques Bruyas an dengraving by Daniel Airam, Martian Ayme, Christian Robilliard and Philippe Tardy

1989 | 33 x 25 cm | engraving and typography | 50 prints | editor C. Billow S. A.

 

Michel Butor

 

Born in 1926 and died in 2016, Michel Butor was a poet, novelist, essayist, teacher, art critic and French translator. He won the Prix Renaudot for his novel La Modification, published in 1957. For poetry, he won the Prix Mallarmé and the Grand prix de poésie de la Société des gens de lettres. He worked with visual artists on a large number of artist’s books.

  

 

La main sur le mur

Text by Michel Butor and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1983 | 21 x 11 cm | engraving and typography | 60 prints

La main sur le mur

Text by Michel Butor and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1983 | 21 x 11 cm | engraving and typography | 60 prints

La main sur le mur

Text by Michel Butor and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1983 | 21 x 11 cm | engraving and typography | 60 prints

Fable minute

Text by Michel Butor and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1981 | 6 x 10 cm | dry point and typography | 54 prints

Victor Hugo écartelé

Text by Michel Butor and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1984 | 28 x 20 cm | engraving and typography | 90 prints | editor Jacques Matarasso

Victor Hugo écartelé

Text by Michel Butor and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1984 | 28 x 20 cm | engraving and typography | 90 prints | editor Jacques Matarasso

Stèle pour le temps

Text by Michel Butor and engraving by Julius Baltazar

2004 | 12 x 14 cm | lithography and typography | 50 prints | editor Wequetequock Cove

Les fantômes de la mer

Text by Michel Butor and engraving by René Laubiès

2005 | 23 x 19 cm | engraving and typography | 50 prints | editor A. Piroir

Sous le noir

Text by Michel Butor and engraving by Olivier Debré

1991 | 34 x 26 cm | eau forte and typography | 75 prints | editor Zoé Cristiani

Fable minute

Text by Michel Butor and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1981 | 6 x 10 cm | dry point and typography | 54 prints

Victor Hugo écartelé

Text by Michel Butor and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1984 | 28 x 20 cm | engraving and typography | 90 prints | editor Jacques Matarasso

Stèle pour le temps

Text by Michel Butor and engraving by Julius Baltazar

2004 | 12 x 14 cm | lithography and typography | 50 prints | editor Wequetequock Cove

Les fantômes de la mer

Text by Michel Butor and engraving by René Laubiès

2005 | 23 x 19 cm | engraving and typography | 50 prints | editor A. Piroir

Les fantômes de la mer

Text by Michel Butor and engraving by René Laubiès

2005 | 23 x 19 cm | engraving and typography | 50 prints | editor A. Piroir

Sous le noir

Text by Michel Butor and engraving by Olivier Debré

1991 | 34 x 26 cm | eau forte and typography | 75 prints | editor Zoé Cristiani

Fable minute

Text by Michel Butor and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1981 | 6 x 10 cm | dry point and typography | 54 prints

Victor Hugo écartelé

Text by Michel Butor and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1984 | 28 x 20 cm | engraving and typography | 90 prints | editor Jacques Matarasso

Stèle pour le temps

Text by Michel Butor and engraving by Julius Baltazar

2004 | 12 x 14 cm | lithography and typography | 50 prints | editor Wequetequock Cove

Les fantômes de la mer

Text by Michel Butor and engraving by René Laubiès

2005 | 23 x 19 cm | engraving and typography | 50 prints | editor A. Piroir

Sous le noir

Text by Michel Butor and engraving by Olivier Debré

1991 | 34 x 26 cm | eau forte and typography | 75 prints | editor Zoé Cristiani

 

Georges-Emmanuel Clancier

 

Born in 1914 in Limoges and died in Paris in 2018, Georges-Emmanuel Clancier was a French writer. He authored many novels, the best known being Le Pain noir and L’Éternité plus un jour. He also published many books of poetry, including Terre de mémoire, Le Paysan céleste and Passagers du temps, for which he received the Goncourt de la poésie. Recipient of various other awards, he won the Prix des libraires and the Grand prix de littérature presented by the Académie française.

 

Est-ce un adieu ? on a tenu

Text by Georges-Emmanuel Clancier and engraving by Julius Baltazar, Olivier Debré

1997 | 16 x 25 cm | eau forte and typography | 65 prints | editor A. Piroir

Est-ce un adieu ? on a tenu

Text by Georges-Emmanuel Clancier and engraving by Julius Baltazar, Olivier Debré

1997 | 16 x 25 cm | eau forte and typography | 65 prints | editor A. Piroir

Est-ce un adieu ? on a tenu

Text by Georges-Emmanuel Clancier and engraving by Julius Baltazar, Olivier Debré

1997 | 16 x 25 cm | eau forte and typography | 65 prints | editor A. Piroir

L’heure et le lieu

Text by Georges-Emmanuel Clancier and engraving Julius Baltazar

2003 | 32 x 30 cm | lithography and typography | 42 prints

L’heure et le lieu

Text by Georges-Emmanuel Clancier and engraving Julius Baltazar

2003 | 32 x 30 cm | lithography and typography | 42 prints

L’heure et le lieu

Text by Georges-Emmanuel Clancier and engraving Julius Baltazar

2003 | 32 x 30 cm | lithography and typography | 42 prints

 

Leonard Cohen

 

Born in 1934 in Westmount and died in 2016 in Los Angeles, Leonard Cohen was a Canadian singer, poet and novelist. His career as a singer-songwriter earned him a wide international audience and left a legacy of classics such as Hallelujah, Suzanne and So Long Marianne. In poetry, he is credited with several collections, including Book of Mercy, Stranger Music and Book of Longing; the latter two were translated in Quebec by his friend Michel Garneau.

 

You Do Not Have To Love Me

Text by Léonard Cohen and engraving Josette Trépanier

1996 | 39 x 29 cm | eau forte et typography | 25 prints

You Do Not Have To Love Me

Text by Léonard Cohen and engraving by Josette Trépanier

1996 | 39 x 29 cm | eau forte et typography | 25 prints

You Do Not Have To Love Me

Text by Léonard Cohen and engraving by Josette Trépanier

1996 | 39 x 29 cm | eau forte et typography | 25 prints

You Do Not Have To Love Me

Text by Léonard Cohen and engraving by Josette Trépanier

1996 | 39 x 29 cm | eau forte et typography | 25 prints

You Do Not Have To Love Me

Text by Léonard Cohen and engraving by Josette Trépanier

1996 | 39 x 29 cm | eau forte et typography | 25 prints

 

Hervé de  Fontenay

 

Born in 1948 and died in 2014, Hervé de Fontenay completed his studies at the Université de Montréal and McGill University, before joining McGill University in 1975. In 1977, he pursued his career by joining the Centre for Continuing Education, where he subsequently worked. At the same time, he pursued literary activities as a poet.

 

Tes doigts

Text by Hervé De Fontenay and engraving Marc Garneau

2018 | 18 x 11 cm | eau forte and typography | 40 prints | editor Faiseurs d’images

Tes doigts

Text by Hervé De Fontenay and engraving Marc Garneau

2018 | 18 x 11 cm | eau forte and typography | 40 prints | editor Faiseurs d’images

Tes doigts

Text by Hervé De Fontenay and engraving Marc Garneau

2018 | 18 x 11 cm | eau forte and typography | 40 prints | editor Faiseurs d’images

Tes doigts

Text by Hervé De Fontenay and engraving Marc Garneau

2018 | 18 x 11 cm | eau forte and typography | 40 prints | editor Faiseurs d’images

Tes doigts

Text by Hervé De Fontenay and engraving Marc Garneau

2018 | 18 x 11 cm | eau forte and typography | 40 prints | editor Faiseurs d’images

Tes doigts

Text by Hervé De Fontenay and engraving Marc Garneau

2018 | 18 x 11 cm | eau forte and typography | 40 prints | editor Faiseurs d’images

 

Philippe Delaveau

 

Born in 1950, Philippe Delaveau is a writer, translator and art critic, but he is best known as a poet. He is credited with over a dozen collections of poems that have received numerous awards, including the Prix Guillaume-Apollinaire, the Prix Max-Jacob, the Prix Rainer-Maria Rilke and the Grand prix de poésie presented by the Académie française. He has also contributed to many artist’s books, in collaboration with Julius Baltazar.

 

Eau Délectables, Nuit

Text by Philippe Delaveau and engraving byJulius Baltazar

1995 | 31 x 23 cm | engraving and typography | 65 prints | editor A. Piroir

Libation pour le siècle    Text by Philippe Delaveau and engraving by Julius Baltazar  2000 | 34 x 27 cm | angraving and typography | 155 prints | editor Les Bibliophiles de France

Libation pour le siècle

Text by Philippe Delaveau and engraving by Julius Baltazar

2000 | 34 x 27 cm | angraving and typography | 155 prints | editor Les Bibliophiles de France

Eau Délectables, Nuit

Text by Philippe Delaveau and engraving byJulius Baltazar

1995 | 31 x 23 cm | engraving and typography | 65 prints | editor A. Piroir

Libation pour le siècle    Text by Philippe Delaveau and engraving by Julius Baltazar  2000 | 34 x 27 cm | angraving and typography | 155 prints | editor Les Bibliophiles de France

Libation pour le siècle

Text by Philippe Delaveau and engraving by Julius Baltazar

2000 | 34 x 27 cm | angraving and typography | 155 prints | editor Les Bibliophiles de France

Libation pour le siècle    Text by Philippe Delaveau and engraving by Julius Baltazar  2000 | 34 x 27 cm | angraving and typography | 155 prints | editor Les Bibliophiles de France

Libation pour le siècle

Text by Philippe Delaveau and engraving by Julius Baltazar

2000 | 34 x 27 cm | angraving and typography | 155 prints | editor Les Bibliophiles de France

Libation pour le siècle    Text by Philippe Delaveau and engraving by Julius Baltazar  2000 | 34 x 27 cm | angraving and typography | 155 prints | editor Les Bibliophiles de France

Libation pour le siècle

Text by Philippe Delaveau and engraving by Julius Baltazar

2000 | 34 x 27 cm | angraving and typography | 155 prints | editor Les Bibliophiles de France

 

  Michel Déon

 

Born in 1919 and died in 2016, Michel Déon was a French writer and author of numerous novels, including Les Poneys sauvages (Prix Interallié) and Un taxi mauve (Grand prix du roman presented by the Académie française). In addition to his vocation as a writer, Déon pursued a career at Éditions Plon and contributed to various publications and magazines. He became a member of the Académie française in 1978.

  

 

Le Barbare au Paradis

Text by Michel Déon and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1987 | cm | engraving and typography | prints | editor Librairie P. A. Nicaise

Le Barbare au Paradis

Text by Michel Déon and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1987 | cm | engraving and typography | prints | editor Librairie P. A. Nicaise

Le Barbare au Paradis

Text by Michel Déon and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1987 | cm | engraving and typography | prints | editor Librairie P. A. Nicaise

Le Barbare au Paradis

Text by Michel Déon and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1987 | cm | engraving and typography | prints | editor Librairie P. A. Nicaise

Est - Ouest

Text by Michel Deon and engraving by Jacques Cortot

1989 | 27 x 18 cm | eau forte and typography | 75 prints | editor Zoé Cristiani

Est - Ouest

Text by Michel Deon and engraving by Jacques Cortot

1989 | 27 x 18 cm | eau forte and typography | 75 prints | editor Zoé Cristiani

Est - Ouest

Text by Michel Deon and engraving by Jacques Cortot

1989 | 27 x 18 cm | eau forte and typography | 75 prints | editor Zoé Cristiani

Est - Ouest

Text by Michel Deon and engraving by Jacques Cortot

1989 | 27 x 18 cm | eau forte and typography | 75 prints | editor Zoé Cristiani

 

 Charles Dobzynski

 

Born in 1929 and died in 2014, Charles Dobzynski was best known as a poet, although he also wrote novels and short stories. He is credited with some 40 poetry collections, which won him the Goncourt de la poésie and the Grand prix de poésie de la Société des gens de lettres. Member of the Académie Mallarmé, he was also jury president of the Prix Guillaume-Apollinaire.

  

 

Sept balles de golf

Text by Charles Dobzynski and engraving by Alain Bar

1989 | 29 x 20 cm | engraving and typography | 77 prints | editor Ex-Libris

Sept balles de golf

Text by Charles Dobzynski and engraving by Alain Bar

1989 | 29 x 20 cm | engraving and typography | 77 prints | editor Ex-Libris

Sept balles de golf

Text by Charles Dobzynski and engraving by Alain Bar

1989 | 29 x 20 cm | engraving and typography | 77 prints | editor Ex-Libris

Sept balles de golf

Text by Charles Dobzynski and engraving by Alain Bar

1989 | 29 x 20 cm | engraving and typography | 77 prints | editor Ex-Libris

Le Hockey Dans l’Espace

Text by Charles Dobzynski and engraving by Alain Bar

1982 | 25 x 32 cm | engraving and typography | 25 prints | editor Le Verbe et l’Empreinte

Le Hockey Dans l’Espace

Text by Charles Dobzynski and engraving by Alain Bar

1982 | 25 x 32 cm | engraving and typography | 25 prints | editor Le Verbe et l’Empreinte

Le Hockey Dans l’Espace

Text by Charles Dobzynski and engraving by Alain Bar

1982 | 25 x 32 cm | engraving and typography | 25 prints | editor Le Verbe et l’Empreinte

Le Hockey Dans l’Espace

Text by Charles Dobzynski and engraving by Alain Bar

1982 | 25 x 32 cm | engraving and typography | 25 prints | editor Le Verbe et l’Empreinte

Le Hockey Dans l’Espace

Text by Charles Dobzynski and engraving by Alain Bar

1982 | 25 x 32 cm | engraving and typography | 25 prints | editor Le Verbe et l’Empreinte

 

Hélène Dorion

 

Born in Quebec City in 1958, Hélène Dorion is a Quebec poet and novelist. While pursuing a career as a teacher and publisher (at Noroît), she wrote a substantial literary work, mainly in poetry, which won her many awards, including the Prix Mallarmé, the Prix Anne-Hébert and the Canadian Governor General’s Award. She has also worked on many artist’s books and contributed to various journals.

 

L’écorce du souvenir

Text by Hélène Dorion and engraving by Carole Bernier

2017 | 18 x 11 cm | engraving and typography | 30 prints | editor Faiseurs d’Images

L’écorce du souvenir

Text by Hélène Dorion and engraving by Carole Bernier

2017 | 18 x 11 cm | engraving and typography | 30 prints | editor Faiseurs d’Images

L’écorce du souvenir

Text by Hélène Dorion and engraving by Carole Bernier

2017 | 18 x 11 cm | engraving and typography | 30 prints | editor Faiseurs d’Images

L’écorce du souvenir

Text by Hélène Dorion and engraving by Carole Bernier

2017 | 18 x 11 cm | engraving and typography | 30 prints | editor Faiseurs d’Images

L’écorce du souvenir

Texte Hélène Dorion et gravure Carole Bernier

2017 | 18 x 11 cm | gravure et typographie | 30 exemplaires | édition Faiseurs d’Images

L’écorce du souvenir

Text by Hélène Dorion and engraving by Carole Bernier

2017 | 18 x 11 cm | engraving and typography | 30 prints | editor Faiseurs d’Images

 

MADELEINE GAGNON

 

Born in 1938, Madeleine Gagnon is a Quebec writer of poems, novels and essays. A graduate of the Université de Montréal and the Université d’Aix-en-Provence, she taught for many years at UQAM before devoting herself exclusively to writing. A member of the Académie des lettres du Québec, she received numerous awards, including the Governor General’s Award and the Prix Athanase-David.

 

Juste un instant

Text by Madeleine Gragnon and engraving by Janin Leroux Guillaume, Gilberto Martinez

1998 | 24 x 18 cm | engraving and typography | 42 prints | editor Les Imagiers

Juste un instant

Text by Madeleine Gragnon and engraving by Janin Leroux Guillaume, Gilberto Martinez

1998 | 24 x 18 cm | engraving and typography | 42 prints | editor Les Imagiers

Juste un instant

Text by Madeleine Gragnon and engraving by Janin Leroux Guillaume, Gilberto Martinez

1998 | 24 x 18 cm | engraving and typography | 42 prints | editor Les Imagiers

Juste un instant

Text by Madeleine Gragnon and engraving by Janin Leroux Guillaume, Gilberto Martinez

1998 | 24 x 18 cm | engraving and typography | 42 prints | editor Les Imagiers

 

Louis Gauthier

Born in 1944, Louis Gauthier is a Quebec writer. In addition to writing, he worked as a translator, editor, screenwriter and collection director. He is best known for his travel stories, which earned him the Grand prix du livre de Montréal and the Prix Hervé-Foulon.

 

Peintre, je n’aurais rien à dire

Text by Louis Gauthier and engraving by François Vincent

1988 | 36 x 29 cm | engraving and serigraphy | 31 prints | editor Atelier Circulaire

Peintre, je n’aurais rien à dire

Text by Louis Gauthier and engraving by François Vincent

1988 | 36 x 29 cm | engraving and serigraphy | 31 prints | editor Atelier Circulaire

Peintre, je n’aurais rien à dire

Text by Louis Gauthier and engraving by François Vincent

1988 | 36 x 29 cm | engraving and serigraphy | 31 prints | editor Atelier Circulaire

Peintre, je n’aurais rien à dire

Text by Louis Gauthier and engraving by François Vincent

1988 | 36 x 29 cm | engraving and serigraphy | 31 prints | editor Atelier Circulaire

Peintre, je n’aurais rien à dire

Text by Louis Gauthier and engraving by François Vincent

1988 | 36 x 29 cm | engraving and serigraphy | 31 prints | editor Atelier Circulaire

 

Jean-Louis Giovannoni

Born in Paris in 1950, Jean-Louis Giovannoni worked for 35 years as a social worker while pursuing a prolific literary career, which led to the publication of poems, prose works and numerous artist’s books.

 

La demeure de l’ombre

Text by Jean Louis Giovannoni and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1987 | 16 x 12 cm | engraving and typography | 33 prints | edition Unes

La demeure de l’ombre

Text by Jean Louis Giovannoni and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1987 | 16 x 12 cm | engraving and typography | 33 prints | edition Unes

La demeure de l’ombre

Text by Jean Louis Giovannoni and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1987 | 16 x 12 cm | engraving and typography | 33 prints | edition Unes

 

Carlo Goldoni

Often considered the founder of modern Italian comedy, Carlo Goldoni was an 18th-century Italian playwright who wrote in Italian, French and Venetian. He worked in Venice and France, where he was exiled in 1762 following financial difficulties and aesthetic disagreements with influential compatriots. He is credited with tragedies, tragicomedies, operas and is particularly well-known for a great number of comedies.


 

Teatro comico

Text by Giorgio Baffo, Carlo Goldoni and engraving by Daniel Aïram

1993 | 19 x 27 cm | aquatint, eau forte and typography | 70 prints | éditor Osvaldo Böhm and A. Piroir

Teatro comico

Text by Giorgio Baffo, Carlo Goldoni and engraving by Daniel Aïram

1993 | 19 x 27 cm | aquatint, eau forte and typography | 70 prints | éditor Osvaldo Böhm and A. Piroir

Teatro comico

Text by Giorgio Baffo, Carlo Goldoni and engraving by Daniel Aïram

1993 | 19 x 27 cm | aquatint, eau forte and typography | 70 prints | éditor Osvaldo Böhm and A. Piroir

Teatro comico

Text by Giorgio Baffo, Carlo Goldoni and engraving by Daniel Aïram

1993 | 19 x 27 cm | aquatint, eau forte and typography | 70 prints | éditor Osvaldo Böhm and A. Piroir

 

Eugène guillevic

 

Born in 1907 and died in 1997, Eugène Guillevic was a French poet known for many collections, which earned him a number of awards, including the Goncourt de la poésie, the Grand prix de poésie presented by the Académie française and the Grand prix national de poésie. He contributed to many artist's books.

  

 

Tourbillon

Text by Eugène Guillevic and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1990 | 16 x 11 cm | engraving and typography | 72 prints | editor A. Piroir

Tourbillon

Text by Eugène Guillevic and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1990 | 16 x 11 cm | engraving and typography | 72 prints | editor A. Piroir

Tourbillon

Text by Eugène Guillevic and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1990 | 16 x 11 cm | engraving and typography | 72 prints | editor A. Piroir

Exercice de conversation

Text by Eugène Guillevic and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1997 | 16 x 14 cm | enhanced lithography and typography | 135 prints

Exercice de conversation

Text by Eugène Guillevic and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1997 | 16 x 14 cm | enhanced lithography and typography | 135 prints

Exercice de conversation

Text by Eugène Guillevic and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1997 | 16 x 14 cm | enhanced lithography and typography | 135 prints

D’une Lune

Text by Eugène Guillevic and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1991 | 19 x 18 cm | engraving and typography | 99 prints | editor Biren

D’une Lune

Text by Eugène Guillevic and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1991 | 19 x 18 cm | engraving and typography | 99 prints | editor Biren

Exercice de conversation

Text by Eugène Guillevic and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1997 | 16 x 14 cm | enhanced lithography and typography | 135 prints

D’une Lune

Text by Eugène Guillevic and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1991 | 19 x 18 cm | engraving and typography | 99 prints | editor Biren

D’une Lune

Text by Eugène Guillevic and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1991 | 19 x 18 cm | engraving and typography | 99 prints | editor Biren

 

Alain Jégou

A former Lorient fisherman, born in 1948 and died at the age of 64 in 2013, Alain Jégou was a Beat Generation inspired poet. He is credited with numerous poetry collections, including Passe Ouest and Ikaria LO 686070, for which he received the Prix Livre et Mer Henri-Queffélec.

 

Amers

Text by Alain Jégou and engraving by Jean-Claude Le Floch

1988 | 19 x 11 cm | engraving and typography | 90 prints | editor Atelier B.A.T

Amers

Text by Alain Jégou and engraving by Jean-Claude Le Floch

1988 | 19 x 11 cm | engraving and typography | 90 prints | editor Atelier B.A.T

Amers

Text by Alain Jégou and engraving by Jean-Claude Le Floch

1988 | 19 x 11 cm | engraving and typography | 90 prints | editor Atelier B.A.T

 

Jean louis leconte

 

Les mots volatils

Text by Jean Louis Leconte and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1975 | cm | engraving and typography | prints | editor Georges Visat

Les mots volatils

Text by Jean Louis Leconte and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1975 | cm | engraving and typography | prints | editor Georges Visat

Les mots volatils

Text by Jean Louis Leconte and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1975 | cm | engraving and typography | prints | editor Georges Visat

 

Guy Marester

  Born in 1916, Guy Marester was a writer, art critic and author of many books, including Un éternel regard, Quelques hommes et l’Himalaya and Une nuit qui n’aura pas de fin.

  

 

Robinson

Text by Guy Marester and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1978 | 10 x7 cm | engraving and typography | 70 prints

Robinson

Text by Guy Marester and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1978 | 10 x7 cm | engraving and typography | 70 prints

Robinson

Text by Guy Marester and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1978 | 10 x7 cm | engraving and typography | 70 prints

Le Capitaine Nemo

Text by Guy Marester and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1991 | cm | engraving and typography | prints | editor Biren

Le Capitaine Nemo

Text by Guy Marester and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1991 | cm | engraving and typography | prints | editor Biren

Voir Vrai

Text by Guy Marester and engraving by Julius Baltazar, Jean Miotte

1986 | 16 x 16 cm | engraving and typography | 65 prints | editor Biren

Le Capitaine Nemo

Text by Guy Marester and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1991 | cm | engraving and typography | prints | editor Biren

Voir Vrai

Text by Guy Marester and engraving by Julius Baltazar, Jean Miotte

1986 | 16 x 16 cm | engraving and typography | 65 prints | editor Biren

Voir Vrai

Text by Guy Marester and engraving by Julius Baltazar, Jean Miotte

1986 | 16 x 16 cm | engraving and typography | 65 prints | editor Biren

Le Capitaine Nemo

Text by Guy Marester and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1991 | cm | engraving and typography | prints | editor Biren

Voir Vrai

Text by Guy Marester and engraving by Julius Baltazar, Jean Miotte

1986 | 16 x 16 cm | engraving and typography | 65 prints | editor Biren

 

Jean Ramallo

 

O.K Songe d’Une Nuit Fêlée

Text by Jean Ramallo, Danielle Bello and engraving by Alain Bar

1982 | 33 x 25 cm | eau forte and typography | 25 prints | editor Le Verbe et l’Empreinte

O.K Songe d’Une Nuit Fêlée

Text by Jean Ramallo, Danielle Bello and engraving by Alain Bar

1982 | 33 x 25 cm | eau forte and typography | 25 prints | editor Le Verbe et l’Empreinte

O.K Songe d’Une Nuit Fêlée

Text by Jean Ramallo, Danielle Bello and engraving by Alain Bar

1982 | 33 x 25 cm | eau forte and typography | 25 prints | editor Le Verbe et l’Empreinte

Lointains pour tout à l’heure    Text by Jean Ramallo and engraving by Alain Bar  1991 | cm | engraving and typography | prints | editor Ex-Libris

Lointains pour tout à l’heure

Text by Jean Ramallo and engraving by Alain Bar

1991 | cm | engraving and typography | prints | editor Ex-Libris

Lointains pour tout à l’heure    Text by Jean Ramallo and engraving by Alain Bar  1991 | cm | engraving and typography | prints | editor Ex-Libris

Lointains pour tout à l’heure

Text by Jean Ramallo and engraving by Alain Bar

1991 | cm | engraving and typography | prints | editor Ex-Libris

O.K Songe d’Une Nuit Fêlée

Text by Jean Ramallo, Danielle Bello and engraving by Alain Bar

1982 | 33 x 25 cm | eau forte and typography | 25 prints | editor Le Verbe et l’Empreinte

Lointains pour tout à l’heure    Text by Jean Ramallo and engraving by Alain Bar  1991 | cm | engraving and typography | prints | editor Ex-Libris

Lointains pour tout à l’heure

Text by Jean Ramallo and engraving by Alain Bar

1991 | cm | engraving and typography | prints | editor Ex-Libris

Lointains pour tout à l’heure    Text by Jean Ramallo and engraving by Alain Bar  1991 | cm | engraving and typography | prints | editor Ex-Libris

Lointains pour tout à l’heure

Text by Jean Ramallo and engraving by Alain Bar

1991 | cm | engraving and typography | prints | editor Ex-Libris

Lointains pour tout à l’heure    Text by Jean Ramallo and engraving by Alain Bar  1991 | cm | engraving and typography | prints | editor Ex-Libris

Lointains pour tout à l’heure

Text by Jean Ramallo and engraving by Alain Bar

1991 | cm | engraving and typography | prints | editor Ex-Libris

 

Lionel Ray

Lionel Ray (born Robert Lorho) is a French poet, born in 1935 in the Paris region. A lycée teacher, he won the Prix Guillaume-Apollinaire at a very young age and began to publish his poetry regularly in the early 1970s with the encouragement of Louis Aragon. Since then, he has published numerous books, including Le Corps Obscur (Prix Mallarmé), Comme un château défait (Prix Supervielle and Prix Goncourt de la Poésie) and Pages d'ombre : poèmes (Prix Guillevic, Grand prix de poésie de la Société des gens de lettres).

 

Célébration de l’Éphémère

Text by Lionel Ray and engraving by Julius Baltazar

2003 | 27 x 23 cm | lithography and typography | 45 prints | editor Rémy Maure

Célébration de l’Éphémère

Text by Lionel Ray and engraving by Julius Baltazar

2003 | 27 x 23 cm | lithography and typography | 45 prints | editor Rémy Maure

Célébration de l’Éphémère

Text by Lionel Ray and engraving by Julius Baltazar

2003 | 27 x 23 cm | lithography and typography | 45 prints | editor Rémy Maure

Célébration de l’Éphémère

Text by Lionel Ray and engraving by Julius Baltazar

2003 | 27 x 23 cm | lithography and typography | 45 prints | editor Rémy Maure

 

James Sacré

Born in the Vendée countryside in 1939, James Sacré worked as a teacher, visiting agricultural teacher and university literature professor, as a sideline of his vocation as a poet. From the 1970s to today, he has left a large collection of poetry on the themes of travel, memory and encounter.

 

Quatre fois son portrait dans les États-Unis d’Amérique

Text by James Sacré and engraving by Julius Baltazar

2012 | 33 x 25 cm | engraving and typography | 30 prints | editor Wequetequock Cove

Quatre fois son portrait dans les États-Unis d’Amérique

Text by James Sacré and engraving by Julius Baltazar

2012 | 33 x 25 cm | engraving and typography | 30 prints | editor Wequetequock Cove

Quatre fois son portrait dans les États-Unis d’Amérique

Text by James Sacré and engraving by Julius Baltazar

2012 | 33 x 25 cm | engraving and typography | 30 prints | editor Wequetequock Cove

Quatre fois son portrait dans les États-Unis d’Amérique

Text by James Sacré and engraving by Julius Baltazar

2012 | 33 x 25 cm | engraving and typography | 30 prints | editor Wequetequock Cove

 

Lucien Scheler

Born in 1902 and died in 1999, Lucien Scheler was a French poet, publisher and librarian. Similar to Paul Éluard, particularly during the era of the Resistance, he was devoted to publishing his complete works in La Pléiade. He wrote some poetry books, often illustrated by renowned artists, including Picasso and Raoul Ubac.

 

Le voyant

Text by Lucien Scheler and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1985 | 14 x14 cm | engraving and typography | 44 prints | editor Aux dépens d'un amateur and Jacques Matarasso

Le voyant

Text by Lucien Scheler and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1985 | 14 x14 cm | engraving and typography | 44 prints | editor Aux dépens d'un amateur and Jacques Matarasso

Le voyant

Text by Lucien Scheler and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1985 | 14 x14 cm | engraving and typography | 44 prints | editor Aux dépens d'un amateur and Jacques Matarasso

 

Marcel Schwob

Born in 1867 and died young in 1905, Marcel Schwob was a French writer who befriended Paul Valéry, Oscar Wilde and Colette. His work as a storyteller, bordering on prose poetry, influenced other well-known writers, such as André Gide, William Faulkner and Jorge Luis Borges. He is best known for Livre de Monelle and La Croisade des enfants.

 

Le roi au masque d’or

Text by Marcel Scwob and engraving by

2012 | cm | gravure et typographie | 30 exemplaires | éditeur Wequetequock Cove

Quatre fois son portrait dans les États-Unis d’Amérique

Texte James Sacré et gravure Julius Baltazar

2012 | 33 x 25 cm | gravure et typographie | 30 exemplaires | éditeur Wequetequock Cove

Quatre fois son portrait dans les États-Unis d’Amérique

Texte James Sacré et gravure Julius Baltazar

2012 | 33 x 25 cm | gravure et typographie | 30 exemplaires | éditeur Wequetequock Cove

Quatre fois son portrait dans les États-Unis d’Amérique

Texte James Sacré et gravure Julius Baltazar

2012 | 33 x 25 cm | gravure et typographie | 30 exemplaires | éditeur Wequetequock Cove

 

Jude Stefàne

Jude Stéfan, born Jacques Dufour, is a French poet, novelist and essayist, born in Pont-Audemer in 1930. He is credited with about 20 poetry books written from the 1960s to today. He won the Prix Max-Jacob and the Grand prix de poésie de la Ville de Paris.

 

Prosèmes

Text by Jude Stefàne and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1997 | 25 x 16 cm | engraving and typography | 120 prints | editor l’Instant Perpétuel

Prosèmes

Text by Jude Stefàne and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1997 | 25 x 16 cm | engraving and typography | 120 prints | editor l’Instant Perpétuel

Prosèmes

Text by Jude Stefàne and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1997 | 25 x 16 cm | engraving and typography | 120 prints | editor l’Instant Perpétuel

Prosèmes

Text by Jude Stefàne and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1997 | 25 x 16 cm | engraving and typography | 120 prints | editor l’Instant Perpétuel

 

André Velter

Born in 1945, André Velter is a French poet, essayist and radio host. A frequent traveller, Velter writes poems and essays that depict his trips to Asia, particularly Tibet. Interested in encounters and exchanges, he has worked with many visual artists. His poems have won various awards, including the Prix Mallarmé for L'Arbre-Seul and the Goncourt de la poésie for his entire work.

 

Victoire sans victoire

Text by André Velter and engraving by Alain Bar

1989 | 31 x 21 cm | engraving and typography | 103 prints | editor Ex-Libris

Victoire sans victoire

Text by André Velter and engraving by Alain Bar

1989 | 31 x 21 cm | engraving and typography | 103 prints | editor Ex-Libris

Victoire sans victoire

Text by André Velter and engraving by Alain Bar

1989 | 31 x 21 cm | engraving and typography | 103 prints | editor Ex-Libris

Victoire sans victoire

Text by André Velter and engraving by Alain Bar

1989 | 31 x 21 cm | engraving and typography | 103 prints | editor Ex-Libris

 

georges visat

 

Born in 1910 and died in 2001, Georges Visat was a French engraver, publisher and painter. On the eve of the Second World War, he founded his intaglio printing company in Paris, whose activities resumed upon his return from captivity. The engraving reproductions by George Bracques enabled him to invent a new technique, relief engraving, which was taken up by many artists, including his friend Max Ernst. In the 1960s, he became an art publisher and helped disseminate the work of many artists, such as Hans Bellmer, Alberto Giacometti and Roberto Matta. He devoted the last part of his life to painting.

 

Oxy-Génération

Text by Georges Visat and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1980 | 27 x 19 cm | eau forte and typography | 60 prints | editor Biren

Oxy-Génération

Text by Georges Visat and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1980 | 27 x 19 cm | eau forte and typography | 60 prints | editor Biren

Oxy-Génération

Text by Georges Visat and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1980 | 27 x 19 cm | eau forte and typography | 60 prints | editor Biren

Oxy-Génération

Text by Georges Visat and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1980 | 27 x 19 cm | eau forte and typography | 60 prints | editor Biren

Oxy-Génération

Text by Georges Visat and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1980 | 27 x 19 cm | eau forte and typography | 60 prints | editor Biren

 

Louise Warren

Born in 1956, Louise Warren is a Quebec poet and essayist. In poetry, she is credited with more than a dozen books, including Le Lièvre de mars, La Lumière, l’Arbre, le Trait and Le Plus Petit Espace. As an essayist, she explored the themes of creation, memory and mourning in La Forme et le Deuil, Archives du lac, and was a finalist for the Governor General’s Award.

 

Où va le jour

Text by Louise Warren and engraving by Béatrice Sokoloff

2010 | 30 x 20 cm | engraving and typography | 33 prints | editor A. Piroir

Où va le jour

Text by Louise Warren and engraving by Béatrice Sokoloff

2010 | 30 x 20 cm | engraving and typography | 33 prints | editor A. Piroir

Où va le jour

Text by Louise Warren and engraving by Béatrice Sokoloff

2010 | 30 x 20 cm | engraving and typography | 33 prints | editor A. Piroir

Où va le jour

Text by Louise Warren and engraving by Béatrice Sokoloff

2010 | 30 x 20 cm | engraving and typography | 33 prints | editor A. Piroir

 

joshua watsky

Joshua Watsky is an American teacher, translator, poet and artist’s book publisher. He teaches at Southern Connecticut State University. He has translated poems by Eugène Guillevic, Michel Butor and Philippe Delaveau. He has regularly collaborated with Julius Baltazar and René Laubiès on projects involving work by these authors as well as his own poems. As publisher at Wequetequock Cove Editions, he is also known for the publication of artist’s books dedicated to Arrabal and Marester.

 

Queer assertions of humanity

Text by oshua Watsky and engraving by René Laubiès

2004 | 33 x 25 cm | engraving and typography | 64 prints | editor A. Piroir

Queer assertions of humanity

Text by oshua Watsky and engraving by René Laubiès

2004 | 33 x 25 cm | engraving and typography | 64 prints | editor A. Piroir

 

  Kenneth white

  Born in 1936, Kenneth White moved to France after his youth in Scotland. Since 1983, he has held the Chair of 20th-Century Poetics at the Université de Paris-Sorbonne. In 1989, he founded and currently directs the reviews of the International Institute of Geopoetics. He has authored numerous works, including stories, poetry and essays. He has won various awards, including the Prix Édouard-Glissant.

  

 

En Aquitaine

Text by Kenneth White and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1989 | 26 x 17 cm | engraving and typography | 60 prints | editor Librairie P. A. Nicaise

En Aquitaine

Text by Kenneth White and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1989 | 26 x 17 cm | engraving and typography | 60 prints | editor Librairie P. A. Nicaise

En Aquitaine

Text by Kenneth White and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1989 | 26 x 17 cm | engraving and typography | 60 prints | editor Librairie P. A. Nicaise

En Aquitaine

Text by Kenneth White and engraving by Julius Baltazar

1989 | 26 x 17 cm | engraving and typography | 60 prints | editor Librairie P. A. Nicaise