Paris: Impr. de P. Dupont (1898). Sarluis (1874-1949) came to Paris at the age of 20, where he befriended a group of intellectuals and artists surrounding Oscar Wilde. An fin de siecle aesthete, he exhibited at the Salon de la Rose Croix and at the Salon des Artistes Français, as well as numerous galleries in London and Paris. Sarluis’ paintings typically feature mythological or symbolical subjects painted in a modern style. Good in sewn wrappers, some loss to front edge, light wear. Inscribed on the front endpaper to Eugene Tardieu, the first French translator of Wilde's Potrait of Dorian Gray. Several library stamps on preliminaries. Quite rare.
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