Products in Calla Editions
|A Kingdom Far and Clear: The Complete Swan Lake Trilogy |
by Mark Helprin, Chris Van Allsburg
For the first time, this hardcover volume collects all three of Helprin's "Swan Lake" novellas — Swan Lake, The Veil of Snows, and A City in Winter — along with Van Allsburg's 42 full-color illustrations from the original editions.
|The Knave of Hearts |
by Louise Saunders, Maxfield Parrish
The talented wife of legendary editor Max Perkins teamed with one of the most popular illustrators of all time to create this unforgettable fable. Filled with 22 colorful images, this hardcover edition is a collector's classic to treasure.
|Marilyn, August 1953: The Lost LOOK Photos |
by John Vachon, Brian Wallis
This gorgeous hardcover collects over 100 previously unpublished photos, capturing the sex symbol in intimate, unguarded moments: lounging poolside, riding a ski lift, and snuggling with her husband-to-be, Joe DiMaggio.
|A Midsummer Night's Dream |
by William Shakespeare, W. Heath Robinson
From the exquisite title page to the playful two-page spread that closes the book, this graphic presentation of Shakespeare's most beloved play will surprise and delight the eye. Includes 12 full-page color plates, numerous black-and-white illustrations, and plentiful vignettes.
|Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens |
by J.M. Barrie, Arthur Rackham
Deluxe hardcover edition of J. M. Barrie's 1907 publication, acclaimed by the Times of London as "one of the most charming books ever written." Includes 50 stunning color illustrations by Arthur Rackham.
|Rip Van Winkle |
by Washington Irving, N.C. Wyeth
This charming collectible will appeal to both admirers of N. C. Wyeth's art and Washington Irving's tale of the idler who sleeps for 20 years. Nine color plates and numerous black-and-white illustrations.
|The Ship That Sailed to Mars |
by William Timlin, William Timlin, John Howe
With this long-forgotten masterwork, Timlin, an obscure South African architect, brought forth a magical intertwining of Burroughs and Tolkien. Features 48 pages of calligraphic text and 48 color plates.
|The Sleeping Beauty |
by Arthur Rackham, C. S. Evans
The timeless tale of the spellbound princess takes on a delightful dimension in this hardcover keepsake edition. Rackham envisions a fantasy world in the form of crisp black-and-white silhouettes.
|The Sleeping Beauty and Other Fairy Tales |
by Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch, Edmund Dulac
The edition contains four tales, "The Sleeping Beauty," "Blue Beard," "Cinderella," and "Beauty and the Beast" in artful retelling, and a generous offering of 30 full-page color plates in Dulac's inimitable style.
|Slovenly Peter |
by Mark Twain, Fritz Kredel
This marvelous hardcover edition features Mark Twain's witty translation of the 19th-century German classic, a series of hilarious rhymes recounting the disastrous consequences that befall naughty children. Captivating color illustrations complement the comical verses.
|Spectacle in the White City: The Chicago 1893 World's Fair |
by Stanley Appelbaum, Peter B. Hales
A splendid tribute to The World's Columbian Exposition, held in Chicago in 1893, this hardcover volume offers a grand photographic record, printed in a sweeping landscape format. Includes essays and captions by a noted historian. 128 photographs.
|Stories from Hans Christian Andersen |
by Hans Christian Andersen, Edmund Dulac
This beautifully designed treasury gathers Andersen's most beloved tales — including "The Snow Queen" and "The Emperor's New Clothes" — in a gilt-stamped, hardcover edition, illustrated with 28 full-color images by Golden Age artist Edmund Dulac.
|Tales from Shakespeare |
by Charles Lamb, Mary Lamb
Popular retellings of Shakespeare's plays receive a stunningly original treatment in this keepsake hardcover edition. Numerous black-and-white and 50 full-page color illustrations include works by Rackham, Dulac, and other artists from the Golden Age of Illustration.
|Tales of Mystery and Imagination |
by Edgar Allan Poe, Harry Clarke
This gorgeous anthology features 29 of Poe's stories — including "The Fall of the House of Usher" and "The Murders in the Rue Morgue" — illustrated with 8 full-color plates and 24 full-page drawings filled with brooding eroticism by a brilliant Edwardian-era artist.
|Tanglewood Tales |
by Nathaniel Hawthorne, Virginia Sterrett
Hawthorne's evocative interpretations of stories about Theseus and the Minotaur, Circe the enchantress, Proserpine's abduction into the underworld, Jason's quest for the Golden Fleece, and other ancient legends are graced by 24 color and black-and-white illustrations.
|The Tempest |
by William Shakespeare, Edmund Dulac
The most lavish version ever produced of Shakespeare's final comedy, this illustrated hardcover edition features the complete text plus 40 full-color plates by acclaimed fantasy artist Edmund Dulac.
|The Thousand Nights and One Night |
by Jan Pienkowski, David Walser
This stunningly illustrated selection of tales from the classic Arabian Nights features silhouette and other art laced with brilliant color and metallic silver ornamentation. These interpretations charm the contemporary reader with flourishes of whimsy and insouciance. Available for sale in the United States only.
|The Twelve Dancing Princesses and Other Fairy Tales |
by Kay Nielsen, Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch
Seven tales of enchantment, recounted by a noted British folklorist, are illuminated by 23 full-color Art Nouveau–style illustrations by Kay Nielsen. Splendid hardcover edition, suitable for readers of all ages.
|The Wind in the Willows |
by Kenneth Grahame, Justin Todd
Shy Mole discovers a thrilling new world of friendship with poetic Rat, loyal Badger, and impetuous Toad. Readers of all ages will cherish this unabridged and magnificently illustrated hardcover edition.