|Periodical:||Almanach de l'Ymagier|
From Pat Deveney's database:
Almanach de l'Ymagier 1897.
The journal recited that it was published in 100 issues on fine paper. This is the work of Remy de Gourmont (1858-1915) and Alfred Jarry (1873-1907). Despite the list of occult topics in the subtitle, the journal was really a Symbolist art journal that primarily featured engravings, usually woodcuts, by Gourmont, Paul Gaugin, Henri Rousseau, Georges d'Espagnat and others. Its occult content seems to have been generally limited to plates and artistically arranged lists of astrological hours, planets, plants, jewels, etc., interspersed with free-association word-play and paragraphs of poetry:
HIVER, femme aux yeux verts tombe ee sous le linceul des neiges.
University of the West Library; University of California, Hastings;
|Issues:||Alamanch de l'Ymagier 1897|