Ferdinand BAC LETTER SIGNED AUTOGRAPH TO Émilie MELBOURNE, February 19, 1948
Signed autographed letter addressed to Émilie MELBOURNE dated February 19, 1948. Signed autographed letter to Émilie MELBOURNE on blue paper. Émilie, I wrote to you the day before yesterday on blue paper, with the rising sun, etc... I received your letter, so brave and vibrant. Your visit to Marcelle was accompanied by the brown package (small Capron Montretont Saint Cloud museum) that I had given you for her, but I can't find in your letter the description of this reception. It's as if she didn't receive anything, but she is eager to help you. Please enlighten me on this matter, as sometimes romanticism can overlook the essentials. Dimensions: 20.9 x 13.5 cm. Condition: See photos for more details. Number of pages: 2 pages. Ferdinand-Sigismond Bach, also known as Ferdinand Bac or Bac, born on August 15, 1859 in Stuttgart and died on November 18, 1952 in Compiègne, was a French writer, illustrator, caricaturist, decorator, painter, ironworker, landscape artist, and lithographer.
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