New York: Bounty Books, a Division of Crown Publishers, 1967. Hardcover. This book collects Beardsley's beautiful and decadent illustrations, arranged chronologically. He produced furiously for almost six years, dying at the age of 26. Symon's essay provides an essential text to the understanding of the artist. Profusely illustrated. Bound in gray paper boards with a white linen spine with black titling. In a cream pictorial dust jacket with title in black to spine. Jacket shows wear with light creasing on back cover. Erasure mark to free front end paper. Otherwise very good. Quarto. 212 pages. ART/081122. Very Good.
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New York: Bounty Books, a Division of Crown Publishers, 1967. Hardcover. This book collects Beardsley's beautiful and decadent illustrations, arranged chronologically. He produced furiously for almost six years, dying at the age of 26. Symon's essay provides an essential text to the understanding of the artist. Profusely illustrated. Bound in gray paper boards with a white linen spine with black titling. In a cream pictorial dust jacket with title in black to spine. Very good + condition. Quarto. 212 pages. ART/081122. Very Good.
New York: The Kalon Publishing Company, Inc, 1917. Paperback. Includes articles on Degeneracy in art, town and country embellishments, Japanese ideas in an American House, Craftsman houses, Fruit Trees, Bird Houses, 19th century painting, and more. Illustrated white paper wrappers with black title to spine and front cover. Chipping and tears to paper on spine. Both wrappers are detached but present. Minor spotting and soiling to covers, but clean interior. Includes many full page black and white photographic reproductions of art. About 100 pages. PER/061020. Very Good.
New York: The Kalon Publishing Company, Inc, 1917. Paperback. Includes articles on photography, mission furniture, craftsman houses, the aesthetic ideal, and more. Illustrated white paper wrappers with black title to spine and front cover. Chipping and tears to paper on spine. Minor spotting and soiling to covers, but clean interior. Includes many full page black and white photographic reproductions of art. About 100 pages. PER/061020. Very Good.
New York: The Kalon Publishing Company, Inc, 1917. Paperback. Includes articles on 19th century painting, G.F. Watts and Arnold Boecklin, the Real Aims of the NY Central, Library of Congress, and more. Illustrated white paper wrappers with black title to spine and front cover. Chipping and tears to paper on spine. Both wrappers are detached but present. Minor spotting and soiling to covers, but clean interior. Includes many full page black and white photographic reproductions of art. About 100 pages. PER/061020. Very Good.
London: Raithby, Lawrence & Co., Ltd, 1901. Hardcover. Bound in maroon cloth covered boards with maroon leather spine titled in gilt. The leather on the spine is split along the front hinge and there is a large chip to the spine leather. The boards remains attached; although, the front board is a little loose. Ex-library with library stamps to fore edge and copyright page. Clean interior filled with samples of color printing and many articles. Browning and foxing to margins of most pages. Occasional smudge marks. Previous owner signature dated 1902 to front free endpaper. Full marbled edges and endpapers. An attractive interior and an interesting publication. 320 pages plus 72 pages of ads to rear. ART/090220. Very Good.
New York: Poster Auctions International, 1991. Hardcover. A catalog issued by Poster Auctions International for their poster auction held May 5, 1991. This hardcover volume includes a letter to the recipient offering the catalog, with instructions for those planning to attend. Also inserted is a folded sheet with the prices realized for the posters offered. There were total sales of $1,513,160. Bound in purple cloth with title in gilt and illustration of a poster affixed to the front cover. Some signs of light wear and fading to spine. Interior is bright and clean with color and b&w images of every poster along with a description and auction estimate. Very good condition. 12 inches. 434 pages plus bibliography and conditions of sale. ART/072822. Very Good.
Madrid: Sotheby's, 1989. Hardcover. A catalogue in Spanish for a major auction held in Barcelona of 305 of Miro's graphic works. With illustrations of each item auctioned. Accompanied by an insert with prices realized. Hardcover bound in green cloth with gilt titling to front cover. Damp staining to bottoms of covers not affecting interior pages. In a green pictorial dust jacket with titling on front. Very good. Measures 11 inches. Unpaginated. ART/071122. Very Good.
(Baltimore): Allen C. Abend, 2015. Hardcover. Includes chapters on Baltimore as an art center, opportunities for women to study fine arts (both abroad and in Baltimore), exhibition opportunities for women artists (nationally and locally), biographies of sixteen Baltimore artists, and more. The artists covered include: Alice Worthington Ball, Camilia Whitehurst, Mary A. Kremelberg (Gibson), Josephine Granger Cochrane, Maude Drein (Bryant), Ruth A. Anderson (Temple), Mary de Ford Keller, Dora Louise Murdoch, Margaret Moffett Law, Florence MacKubin, Lilian Giffen, Rosalie Lorraine Gill, Gabrielle DeVeaux Clements, Louisa Wright Neilson (Ford), Mary Worthington Crummer, and M. Louisa Steuart. Oblong, bound in black cloth boards. In white illustrated dust jacket with black title to spine panel. Pristine with numerous color illustrations. 123 pages. BALT/122016. New / New.
Baltimore: Blurb, Inc., 2021. Hardcover. "A history of the 138 year old artist association, the Charcoal Club of Baltimore. The first few chapters begin with the founding of the Club in 1883 and with the history of its highly regarded art school and popular annual Exhibition of American Contemporary Art. The book then turns to the social aspects of the Club including the Bal des Arts costume ball, its hilarious endeavors, and combative positions sometimes veiled in humor. The book continues with a chronicle of the Club's history followed by a sampling of artworks by Club members." Oblong, bound in black cloth boards. In illustrated dust jacket with title to front and spine panels. Numerous color illustrations. 167 pages. New / New.
(Baltimore): Allen C. Abend, 2018. Hardcover. Allen Abend's latest book about the art of Baltimore focuses on the history of the Peabody Institute's art collection and how it was assembled, cared for, and divested of over the last century. He "chronicles the management of the collection after the gallery closed in 1925 through its present day status. The book explores the dichotomy associated with the Peabody Art Collection as both a treasure and a burden" (jacket). Chapters include: Baltimore's Need for the Peabody Institute, Founding of the Peabody Institute, Gallery Organization, Peabody Art Collection, Gallery Exhibitions 1879 - 1925, Gallery Closes - Changing Priorities, and Collection Becomes the Property of the State of Maryland. Also includes an appendix that lists the artworks in the Peabody Collection. Oblong, bound in black cloth boards. In black illustrated dust jacket with black title to orange spine panel. Pristine with numerous color illustrations. 139 pages. BALT/112818. New / New.
New York: Crown Publishers, Inc. 1975. Hardcover. An essential reference for the collector of posters and also for all those interested in the work of Marc Chagall. The book is divided into three parts: the first include Chagall's own posters engraved by him; the second includes Chagall posters engraved by Charles Sorlier; the third includes posters made from Chagall's earlier paintings, engravings, and sketches [dust jacket flap]. Bound in blue cloth with title in white to spine and front cover. In a lovely blue and white pictorial dust jacket with title in black to white spine. Light wear to jacket edges. Interior pages are bright and clean. Very good condition. Measures 10 x 12.75 inches. 146 pages plus several pages of b&w images from Chagall's work. ART/072522. Very Good.
Leigh-on-Sea: F. Lewis Publishers, 1968. Hardcover. 4to. Orange cloth covered boards with gilt title to front board and to spine. Interior is clean and bright and filled with illustrations, 4 of which are in full color. Slight yellowing to edges of pages. Red dust jacket with black title to front and spine panels. Minor wear to dust jacket includes fading to spine and a few tiny light spots of soiling to the rear panel. Ltd. Edition, one of 600 copies. A lovely book. Art. ART908291. Near Fine in Near Fine Dust Jacket.
Alexandria: Art Services International with Yale University Press, 1998. Hardcover. "Includes discussions and reproductions of paintings, posters, decorative panels, pastels, drawings, photographs, jewelry, and illustrations throughout his career" (jacket). As new in black cloth boards with silver title to spine. In fine off white dust jacket with illustration to front panel and red title to spine and front panels. Pristine. Filled with full color illustrations - 248 color plates and 112 black and white illustrations. 344 pages. ART/081022. Fine / Fine.
Charlottesville: Thomasson-Grant, 1988. Hardcover. 4to. Introduction by Wendy Shadwell. Dark green cloth boards with gilt title to spine. Clean, bright interior with tight binding. Filled with full color illustrations by Catlin, Bodmer, McKenney, Audubon, Catesby, De bry, and more. Grey illustrated dust jacket with black and maroon title to spine. There is a one and a half inch closed tear to the front panel of jacket. Creasing to top edge of jacket. 127 pages. ART/082406. Near Fine in Very Good Minus dj.
New York: New York Times Book Co., 1979. Hardcover. John James Audubon is considered one of the finest painters of American wildlife. This publication was the first to bring together his 655 octavo-sized Birds and Quadrupeds in full size and full color. Quarto. Red paper-covered boards with tan cloth spine. White dust jacket with illustrations to front and back; black title to front and spine. Pages are fine and bright. Cover is fine. Minor wear to edges of dust jacket, including a few short closed tears and minor browning. 674 pages. NAT/052622. Fine / Very Good.
London: George Bell and Sons, 1901. Hardcover. Herkomer (1849 - 1914) was a German born painter, who lived mostly in England but spent many summers in his native Bavaria. He was known for painting scenes of poor people and also the Queen on her deathbed. He was also an early film director and composer. Sadly, none of his seven films are in existence any longer. Ex-library with sticker removed from spine, pocket to rear, bookplate to front endpaper, and stamp to copyright page. Bound in the original blue cloth boards with gilt title to spine. Leather and gilt title to front board is mostly detached and no longer present; however, embossed title remains legible. Chipping to leather author label to front board. Heavy chipping and wear to spine ends. Minor wear to corners and minor rubbing to boards. Closed tear to bookcloth along rear hinge, but binding remains secure. Filled with full page plates including photogravures of Herkomer's works. 133 pages plus plates. A heavy folio that may require an extra shipping fee. ART/040219. Very Good.
Baltimore: Scapegoat Publishing, 2005. Paperback. "American Gothic provides an overview of at least 15 years of Carlos Batts's artistic career covering all manners of photographic and mixed-media manipulations" (back cover). Includes CD featuring Mastadon, Swarm of the Lotus, Pig Destroyer, Pg. 99, Dog Fashion Disco, Radiation 4, Daybreak, Buzzoven, and Agoraphobic Nosebleed. Some tracks are unavailable elsewhere. Bound in black paper wrappers with pink title to spine and front cover. Clean and bright. Housed in a black cloth slipcase with pink title to front panel. Unpaginated. ART/071017. Fine.
New York: Macmillan (for the Whitney Museun), 1953. Hardcover. 8vo. Green cloth covered boards with white title to spine. Interior is clean and bright with illustrations throughout. Purple dust jacket with red title to front and spine panels. Jacket has minor chipping to edges. Art. ART1/10110. Near Fine in Very Good DJ.
London: W.H. Allen & Co., 1888. Hardcover. First Edition. Inscribed: "To Linda Falconer from the Author." Wyke Bayliss (1835-1906) was a British painter and author who was affiliated with the Pre-Raphaelites and friendds with such figures as Millais, Leighton, and Burne-Jones. Bound in dark red cloth with title and author in gilt to spine. Discolorations and bumping to boards. Light water stains to first few pages and some creases and light marks to last few pages. Several b&w illustrations. Very good minus condition. 207 pages. ART/032313. Very Good -.
London: Bracken Books, 1985. Hardcover. Quarto. Black cloth boards with gilt title to spine. In white dust jacket with black title to spine and front panels. Minor rubbing to jacket with light light soil to top edge of rear panel. Clean and bright interior. Full page black and white erotic illustrations. Unpaginated. ART/081022. Very Good / Very Good.
London: Spring Books, . Hardcover. A nice compilation of many of Beardsley most iconic and memorable works. One hundred and eleven black and white full page illustrations throughout. Bound in yellow cloth with yellow pictorial dust jacket with titling in black to spine. Light soiling to jacket and sign of removal of small label to free front endpaper. Very good. Quarto. Unpaginated. ART/081122. Very Good.
Fratelli Fabbri - Albert Skira, 1968. Hardcover. Folio. In ITALIAN. Includes original photographs of the renovation of San Marco laid in. This book comes from the library of Laurance Roberts, noteable Asian art scholar. Illustrated boards with black spine panel and gold title to spine. Clean, tight interior filled with illustrations. Many of the illustrations are in full color and several fold out. 72 pages. Byzantine. ART/062106. Fine.