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Dámaso Alonso

Hijos de la ira, 1998

Image format: 16 x 24 cm

Edition of 300 numbered and signed works

Artwork by Alonso and Pla-Narbona

Order number: 3947

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About this work:

In 1944, the cry of exasperated anguish that emanated from the powerful verses of Hijos de la Ira (Sons of Anger) exploded like a bomb in a climate of enforced optimism during the initial post-war period. This &#171intimate diary&#187 by Dámaso Alonso portrays a bitter vision of life, a feeling of impotent rage in the face of our own misery and the misery of the world around us. The remarkable illustrations by Josep Pla-Narbona (Barcelona, 1928) show this tortured feeling of desolation, and transform the cry into a heart-rending pictorial image. To achieve this, Pla-Narbona, an excellent illustrator and engraver, needs nothing more than a pencil and a burin. In naked black and white he evokes the highly expressive and moving vision of an existence which, according to Dámaso Alonso, is a &#171terrible journey&#187. The luxurious edition that Círculo del Arte has made of this impressive book is accompanied by an engraving by Pla-Narbona, which stands out for the strength of its central concept and its identification with its literary model.

The book: with 10 illustrations by Josep Pla- Narbona. Binding: Iris cloth with stamping on spine. 16 x 24 cm. 228 pages. Numbered edition of 300.

The case: lined with Iris cloth with a colour print on the front cover.

The print: Monochrome etching by Josep Pla-Narbona. 23 x 14 cm. Numbered and signed edition of 300.

 
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