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L'Histoire Du Stylo (Video Cassete)

The History Of The Fountain Pen

By Bruno Lussato

Publisher: Mediaculture Video

Publishing Year: 1992

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? Print

Language: English

Book Format: Video Cassete

Book Dimensions: 0

 
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A video cassette with commentary by Marina Fedier, Director of the Capucins Cultural Center, and by Jean Barney, conceived by Bruno Lussato, Professor at the National Conservatory of Arts and Crafts (Paris), with the kind collaboration of Kimiyasu Tarsuno whose authority is recognized worldwide. The pieces referred to come for the most part from the International Fountain Pen Museum in the Capucins Cultural Center. They are put in their historic context and all the resources of video are put to work to show their significant details. At times the clarity is better than if one were holding the pen !

 
 
 



 

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