Amahl and the night visitors : production material.

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Duvoisin, Roger, 1900-1980. Amahl and the night visitors : production material.

Amahl and the night visitors : production material.

Ink, pencil & tempera dummy with text proof, ink & tempera studies for jacket, ink sketches, ink & pencil sketches, ink sketch for endpapers, pencil sketches, pencil & tempera study, tempera studies, proof for jacket. The story of a crippled shepard boy who entertains the Wise Men on their way to Bethlehem, the simple gift he gives them for the Christ Child, and the miraculous gift he receives in return.

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