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Leipzig: Volk Und Buch Verlag, 1948. Softcover. Scarce. Scholar Germann writes about the foundations of African culture and art. In light green wrappers with title on spine. Fading to spine and wrapper edges, light browning to pages but still very good. In German. 5 x 7 inches. 132 pages. African Art. ART/010517. Very Good.
Washington, D.C. Joseph J. Binns, 1982. Hardcover. PRESENTATION COPY, INSCRIBED and SIGNED BY FRANK GETLEIN. Inscription reads "With affection in spite of everything." Near fine white linen 4to., bright gilt title stamped on cover and spine. Interior is clean and tight; 48 full color plates of Safer's sculptures. Art - Sculpture. ART/7033. Near Fine.
Boston: The Atlantic Monthly Press, 1986. Hardcover. First Edition. 4to. Red cloth covered boards with blue title to spine. Beautiful interior filled with full-page black and white as well as color plates of Picasso's sketchbook work. A beautiful book in lovely condition. Narrow strip of paper w/title, originally around the book, is laid-inside. Illustrated dust jacket with dark blue and black title to front panel and white title to black spine panel. Light rubbing to rear panel of dust jacket. Catalogue Raisonne, 349 pages. Art. ART/12023. Near Fine in Near Fine Dust Jacket.
New York: Hugh Lauter Levin Associates, Inc., 1990. Hardcover. 4to. An excellent collection of American art. Blue/grey cloth covered board with gilt title to front board and to spine. Clean, bright interior with 305 beautiful full color illustrations. Tight binding. Illustrated blye dust jacket with white title to front and spine panels. ART/061506. Fine in Fine dj.
Lawrence, KS: Spencer Museum of Art, University of Kansas, 1992. Paperback. FIRST EDITION. Thick stock paperback 4to., green illustrated cover; very good condition w/some creasing to spine. Interior is clean and bright, mostly tight (one textblock crack). Frontispiece + 159 b/w plates; decorative endpapers as well. 400 pp. Art. ART/10153. Very Good + in Wraps.
England: Scolar Press, 1996. Hardcover. An important survey of thirty-one artists from "The Sixties" (1855-1880), the period that saw some of the finest and most signifcant wood-engraved illustrations done for British books and magazines. Goldman provides a critical commentary on every artist, followed by a checklist of the books they illustrated or to which they contributed. There is also more detailed bibliographic information in an index of illustrated books arranged by author. With over 230 b&w illustrations. An invaluable reference for scholars in the field. Bound in grey cloth with gilt title to spine. In a pictorial dust jacket with a drawing taken from Rossetti illustration for Goblin Market. Title in red on spine and front cover. In fine condition in near fine dustjacket. Quarto. 391 pages including index. PRERAPH/033115. Fine.
Brussels: G. Van Oest, 1912. Hardcover. Folio. Bellini (c.1400-c.1470) was a key figure in the development of Renaissance painting in northern Italy. He also founded something of a dynasty, with his sons and son-in-law, Andrea Mantegna, all becoming famous painters in their own right. Most of Bellini’s paintings have disappeared, and his two surviving sketchbooks, one at the Louvre and one at the British Museum, are how he is best remembered. These two oversized folio volumes lavishly reproduce the masterful drawings from each sketch book along with a facing description of each. Volume I has 134 plates and Volume II has 100. Many are on double pages and fold out. Very good in the original half vellum with brown paper boards and gilt title to spine and front boards. As with most heavy books, the joints show some splitting but have been repaired and are holding tight. The vellum has some soiling and spotting, and there is minor scuffing to the paper boards. The interior is bound tightly and is very clean. ART/8122. Very Good.
New York: Abbeville Press, 1981. Hardcover. Folio. Brown cloth covered boards with gilt title to front board and to spine. Slight fading to edges of boards. Interior is clean and bright with illustrations throughout, many of which are in full color. Blue illustrated dust jacket with black title to front panel and to white spine panel. Slight fading to edge of front panel. 228 pp. Art. ART511231. Near Fine in Near Fine Dust Jacket.
New York: Watson-Guptill Publications, (1980). Hardcover. 8vo. Blue paper covered boards with silver title to spine. Stamp to front free end page. Else is clean and bright. Filled with illustrations, several of which are in color. Blue illustrated dust jacket with white title to front and spine panels. Minor wear to spine ends of jacket as well as one closed tear to edge of rear panel. Index, 152. Art How To. ART/100609. Near Fine in Near Fine DJ.
New York: Abradale Press, Harry N Abrams, Inc, (1985). Hardcover. Large 4to. Yellow cloth boards with red title to spine. Pristine interior with many full color illustrations, some of which fold out. Illustrated color dust jacket with beige spine panel and red title to spine. Minor fading to spine panel and edges of rear panel of dust jacket. Index, 304 pages. ART/050406. Fine in Near Fine DJ.
Abradale Press/Harry N Abrams, Inc, 1983. Hardcover. Large 4to. Yellow cloth boards with red title to spine. Pristine interior with many full color illustrations, some of which fold out. Illustrated color dust jacket with beige spine panel and red title to spine. Spine has faded to pink. 304 pages. ART/032210. Fine in Near Fine DJ.
Portland, OR: Anne Greenwood, 2009. Softcover. This book was published in connection with an exhibition called Lost Harmonies in 2009. The exhibit featured art work from several projects conducted in 2008-2009 in collaboration with Anne Greenwood, Rebecca Wild, and students at the Trillium Charter School from the school's intermediate group.With photographs of the students working, the work produced as well as calligraphy and text about the projects. In glossy multicolored pictorial paper covers.In fine condition. 7 x 9 inches. Unpaginated. [27 pages] ART/031919. Fine.
Chicago: Rand, McNally and Company, no date, circa 1910. Hardcover. Dark green cloth boards with gilt title to spine and front board. A few spots of foxing to first and last pages, else clean bright interior illustrated with over 30 photogravures. Closed tear to one page. 104 pages. ART/080108. Near Fine.
circa 1930. Hardcover. A book of 60 caricatures. No stated printer or date. Bound in red cloth with gilt title to front cover. Front endpaper and title page present but detached. These two pages (and the rear free endpage) are printed on a different paper stock than the caricatures and they are a bit brittle and browned. Interior hinges are a little fragile. The illustration pages are clean, but a little browned along the margins. In red dust jacket titled in gilt on front panel. Minor chipping to edges of jacket and few small holes to spine panel. Spine of jacket is a little faded. Unpaginated [60 pages.] Art. ART01/011900. Very Good / Very Good.
Frankfurt: Verlag Ullstein GmbH, (1976). Hardcover. Folio. Beige cloth covered boards with brown title to spine. Pristine interior with 79 beautiful full color plates. Illustrated dust jacket with black and brown title to front panel and to white spine panel. Light rubbing and 2 small light spots of soiling to rear panel of dust jacket. In German and English. With index, 228 pages. Art. ART/2143. Near Fine in Very Good + DJ.
New York: Gramercy Park Book, (1994). Hardcover. Very good+ 4to. Glossy illustrated paper covered boards with white title to blue spine. Light wear to boards. Interior is clean and bright, though inscription on front free end page. Contains 32 lovely color prints, perforated for easy removal and ready for framing. Also includes information on how to frame and arrange pictures. Art - Instruction. ART/10273. Very Good+.
Glenview, IL: Karen Hanmer, 1999. Number 4 of 20 copies. Signed and numbered by the book artist. Karen's artist-made books are physical manifestations of personal essays intertwining history, culture, politics, science and technology. She utilizes both traditional and contemporary book structures, and the work is often playful in content or format. She exhibits widely, and her work is included in collections ranging from Tate Britain and the Library of Congress to UCLA and Graceland (from artist's statement). In this amusing book, Karen utilizes the flag book structure originated by Hedi Kyle to juxtapose and contrast two staples of western art history, "Mona Lisa" and "Waterloo," a poker dogs painting by Cassius Coolidge. Partial images of each work alternate as the flag images are turned. When the book is completely open the full poker dogs picture is seen. The images are reproduced with pigment inkjet prints. The book is 8 x 4.5 inches closed and 8 x 19 inches when open. Housed in archival storage case with Velcro closures. In fine condition. ARTISTSB/070618. Fine.
New York: Grossman Publishers, 1974. Hardcover. 4to. Near fine in brown cloth covered boards with gilt title to spine. Interior is clean and bright and filled with illustrations. Illustrated dust jacket with white title to front panel and to red spine panel. Slight edgewear to jacket. 368 pp. Art. ART2/2132. Near Fine in Very Good + DJ.