Michel Lévy Frères

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Michel Lévy Frères
Founder
  • Michel Lévy
  • Nathan Lévy
  • Kalmus Lévy
Country of origin France
Headquarters location Paris
Publication types Books

Michel Lévy Frères is a Parisian publishing house founded in 1836 by Michel Lévy with his brothers Nathan and Kalmus. Michel served as publisher until his death in 1875.

Michel Lévy Frères published such authors as Honoré de Balzac, Gustave Flaubert, and Antoinette Henriette Clémence Robert; some of their works were illustrated by Eugène Lampsonius.