HAAN, Karl de. Happy Sunday. Luzern and Frankfurt am Main: Verlag C. J. Bucher, (1969).


£375.00



WITH THE ORIGINAL SLIPCASE


HAAN, Karl de.
Happy Sunday.
Luzern and Frankfurt am Main: Verlag C. J. Bucher, (1969).

Folio (349 × 269 mm), pp.[120]. Black-and-white photographs. Plain endpapers. Red cloth-covered boards, titles to spine and front in gold; light spotting to first and last leaves, and endpapers, foot of spine bumped gently. Colour photo-illustrated dust-jacket, text in black; light creasing to head and foot of spine, light wear to edges, light spotting to verso. Publisher’s card slipcase; one corner lightly bumped, toning to edges with light spotting. An excellent copy in a very good example of the scarce original slipcase.

First edition. Karl de Haan was born in 1929 in Java, Indonesia to a Dutch father and Austrian mother. He lived and worked in the Netherlands, South Africa, the USA and St. Maarten, beginning his career in advertising and display before starting his own studio for fashion and commercial photography in 1965. He toured Rhodesia extensively between 1966 and 1968 and opened a studio in Brussels in 1969 before returning to Johannesburg, where he had settled in the 1950s. Happy Sunday contains a series of erotic photographs of a girl named Sue over the course of one imagined day.

 

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