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.
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Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, 1988. Hardcover. A brief history of Hopkins University with a spotlight on several important doctors and contributors. Gift bookplate to front pastedown. Thin 4to. Blue cloth boards with gilt title to spine and front board. Clean and bright. In white dust jacket with black title to spine and front panels. Housed in a blue cloth covered slipcase. Minor wear and rubbing to edges and panels of slipcase. 36 pages. BALT/042121. Fine / Fine.
Baltimore: Cara Ober, 2021. Paperback. Fine in illustrated paper wrappers with black title to white spine. Filled with color photographic illustrations and articles on canine comfort, the quilts of Stephen Towns, paintings of Se Jong Cho, Baltimore comfort food during the pandemic, Potters Guild of Baltimore, studio visits to 10 Baltimore artists, Artist Yumi Hogan (First Lady of Maryland), Kris Fultono f Sophmore Coffee, and More. A beautifully produced local magazine. 108 pages. PER/111819. Fine.