Sarah Bernhardt, ses débuts – sa vie

1879110 x 170 mm

Etching of Sarah Bernhard by Ingomard


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RARE FIRST EDITION of this short biography of Sarah Bernhardt, one of the first to be published.

Etching portrait of Sarah Bernhard by Ingomard, in the role of the Queen of Spain, on the frontispiece.

First work by Clément Clament (1851-1825), a future member of parliament for the Dordogne, Sarah Bernhardt (1879) is also the only work published under his real name. He later signed under the pseudonym Clément Monterel: History of Ruy-Blas (1879), The mysteries of Clamart (1881), Daughters of love (1883) and a Guide du bon jeune homme à Paris illustrated by Henriot (1883).


Paris,Derveaux,1879.In-12, Softcover110 x 170 mm,72 pp.

Cover faded, small splits at spine ends, some damage to spine.


Clément Clamant

(La Force Dordogne: 17 February 1851 - Paris: 20 March 1925)

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