Library - Max Jacob and his inheritors (1)


  La Côte : a collection of Celtic-poems
La Côte : a collection of Celtic-poems
Paris, in Max Jacob’s flat, 1911
Quimper Town Library, FMJ 11

Max Jacob loved his town library. He used to go there very often when he was a teenager. Later he visited it whenever he came back to Quimper and he considered it was the place where people could "discover his productions and remember him".

A beautiful collection consisting of original productions, manuscripts, illustrated editions, critical articles, has been realized since 1944 in addition to the donations he made from 1937 and 1944. The catalogue presently offers more than 500 references.






La Côte : a collection of Celtic-poems
La Côte : a collection of Celtic-poems
Paris, G. Crès, 1927
Quimper Town Library
FMJ A 408


La Côte : a collection of Celtic-poems
La Côte : a collection of Celtic-poems
Paris, in Max Jacob’s flat, 1911
Book bound by Guillemette Goar, 1994
Quimper Town Library, FMJ 11


La Côte : recueil de chants celtiques La Côte : recueil de chants celtiques

La Côte : a collection of Celtic-poems


Above pictures : La Côte : a collection of Celtic-poems
Max Jacob’s gouaches
Paris, G. Crès, 1927
Quimper Town Library, FMJ A 408




Ne coupez pas Mademoiselle ou les erreurs des P.T.T.
Ne coupez pas Mademoiselle
ou les erreurs des P.T.T.

Paris, H. Kahnweiler, 1921
A lithography by Juan Gris
Q.T.L., FMJ A 407
A lithography
A lithography
for the Dr Tuset
from Quimper
(1937)
Q.T.L.





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