Budapest: Grill, (1935). First edition. Signed by Romola Nijinsky on half title. In publisher’s wrappers, with illustrated dust jacket, designed by Sándor Fenyves. 223, (1) p. and 8 plates. Dust jacket chipped, slightly worn. Paper yellowed. Inside clean. Overall in very good condition.
An account of the life of Vaslav Fomich Nijinsky (1889–1950), the famous Russian ballet dancer by her wife, the Hungarian countess Romola (born Pulszky). They lived in Hungary between 1913–1945. With photographic illustrations of Nijinsky and reproductions of his graphics and paintings.