Jean-Édouard Vuillard [1868-1940]. Stated first edition. Translated from the French. Published in collaboration with the Wildenstein Institute, Paris. Complete in three volumes. Composed, printed and bound in Italy. Handsome burgundy cloth binding, with crisp white-stamped lettering to the spines. Unbumped spine heads and tails, with sharp corners. 12 x 9.75 inches. Text blocks firmly bound in. Vol. I with xii, 537 pp. Vol. II with 539-1173 pp. Vol. III with 1175-1742 pp. All volumes interspersed with numerous color plates and B&W illustrations, all on semi-glossy coated stock. An immensely clean set of volumes, and quite tight. Almost certainly unread. All three volumes with gorgeous pictorial dust jackets, unclipped and unrubbed. Housed in the publisher's medium-duty, custom slip case, with purple cloth and with large, pictorial paper labels front and back. A Fine set of three volumes in Fine DJs in a Fine slip case. Gift quality. "The art of Vuillard spans two centuries; he was a major player in post-impressionism in the same way as Gauguin oe Seurat, but he also participated in the renewal of decorative art after 1900, and then in the 'return to order' following the First World War."