Chicago: R. S. Johnson Fine Art, 1999, quarto, pictorial wrappers. 96 pp. R. S. Johnson Fine Art, Art dealer's catalogue offering 59 items, all illustrated, many in full color: Cassatt, Degas, Leger, Magritte, Matisse, Nolde, Picasso, Rouault, Toulouse-Lautrec, Villon and others. Item #25761
Illustrated Catalogue of Paintings, Pastels and Water Colors Collected by the Late David C. Lyall of Brooklyn...
New York: American Art Association, February 10, 1903, Limited to 500 numbered copies. octavo, boards covered in printed wrapper with original glassine. American Art Association, 105 lots including Millet, Courbet, Rousseau, Corot, Daubigny, J. M. W. Turner, Delacroix, Pierre Auguste Cott, and more. Illustrated with 52 full page photogravures. This... Item #21449
(Stuttgart, Germany): Daco Verlag, (1994), First Edition, Limited to 1,400 numbered copies. oblong large quarto, white cloth is inlaid color label on front cover reproducing a Francis monotype, in original cloth slipcase. 346 pp. Daco Verlag, Foreword by Pontus Hulten; Introduction by Garner Tullis. Each of the 150 monotypes is... Item #27067
London: P & D Colnaghi & Co, 1978, large octavo, pictorial wrappers rebound in black buckram. P & D Colnaghi & Co, An exhibition catalogue featuring the work of Millet, Picasso, Bonnard, Braque, Cassatt, Delacroix, Rodin, Toulouse Lautrec and others. 49 prints offered for sale, each illustrated. Item #25519
Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, (1993), First Edition. quarto, blue cloth in dust jacket. xvi, 285 pp. University of New Mexico Press, Presents a detailed, informative, and fascinating account of a "sensitive, opinionated, brilliant, difficult, and very complex man," who became an unequaled craftsman in the art of crayonstone... Item #25706
ARMSTRONG, Richard Reed.
(Chicago: Richard Reed Armstrong, (1989), quarto, rebound in black cloth with printed wrappers bound in. (40) pp. Richard Reed Armstrong, Printed price list bound in at end. Each of the 50 items offered for sale is illustrated. Fine. Item #24990
University Park; New York: Penn State University Press; Morgan Library & Museum, 2015, First Edition. quarto, cloth in dust jacket. 264 pp. Penn State University Press; Morgan Library & Museum, The great painter Henri Matisse was also a great book illustrator. A pioneering member of the Fauves, a supreme colorist... Item #27179
CAMPOS, Alexander and Jen Larson.
New York: Center for Book Arts, 2011, First Edition. octavo, decorated wrappers. 144 pp. Center for Book Arts, Multiple, Limited, Unique is the culmination of the three-year effort by the Center for Book Arts Collections Initiative. It offers an overview of the history and development of book arts over the... Item #22401
New York: Reynal & Hitchcock, (1935), First Edition. octavo, cloth in dust jacket. (xii), 225 pp. Reynal & Hitchcock, Illustrated. Several chips and tears to dust jacket. Item #25179
CHAMBERLAIN, Eric (compiler).
Catalogue of the Pepys Library at Magdalene College, Cambridge. Volume III, Prints and Drawings. Part ii: Portraits.
(Cambridge): D. S. Brewer, (1994), First Edition. large octavo, black cloth with gilt decoration. (xxiv), 259pp. D. S. Brewer, In this volume are described the contents of the three albums (2978-2980) which Pepys entitled 'My Collection of Heads in Taille-Douce . . . put together Anno Domini 1700 .... Item #15305
CHAMBERLAIN, Narcissa Gellatly Chamberlain and Jane Field Kingsland.
Boston: Boston Public Library, 1984, First Edition. quarto, cloth in dust jacket. 356 pp. Boston Public Library, with a foreward by Philip J. McNiff and an introduction by David McCord. From the jacket, "In addition to the artist's own records, including his nearly complete collection of prints and a notebook... Item #25678
(London: Phaidon Press Ltd, 2008), First Edition. large quarto, boards and cloth. (330) pp. Phaidon Press Ltd, Extensively illustrated in full color. Bump along fore-edge of front board with the most minor surface scuffing to back cover. Item #22692
COHEN, Hersh and Fern Cohen.
New York: The Grolier Club, 2011, First Edition. large octavo, pictorial wrappers. Pt 1, 86 pp; Pt 2, 60 pp. The Grolier Club, The catalogue documents a unique husband-wife collecting team: Hersh and Fern Cohen. Hersh collects prints created between 1900 and World War II, with an emphasis on the... Item #25417
CORBETT, David Peters and Lara Perry (editors).
New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, (2001), First American Edition. quarto, pictorial wrappers. (xiv), 274pp. Rutgers University Press, A volume in the Issues in Art History Series. Essays by leading scholars dealing with themes including the new progessionalism in art, the gendered nature of institutions, the rise of Aestheticism, and the... Item #14749
CRUTCHFIELD, Margo A.
Cleveland: Museum of Contemporary Art, (2007), large octavo, printed wrappers. Museum of Contemporary Art, An exhibition on view September 28 through December 30, 2007. Very fine. Inscribed and signed by the artist on the title page, "Dear Dan / all the best, / Diana / Jan 2008." Very fine. Item #23660
DE VESME, Alexandre.
Milan: Ulrico Hoepli, 1906, First Edition. quarto, rebound in early 20th-century three-quarter brown pebbled morocco and marbled boards. (ii), 543 pp. Ulrico Hoepli, Italian engravers from the 16th to the 18th centuries: Etienne Della Bella, Caravaggio, Canaletto, Bernard Bellotto, and others totaling 61 artists. Text in French. Bookplate on verso... Item #21509
New York: Da Capo Press, 1969, Reprint of 1911 edition. large quarto, brown cloth. unpaginated. Da Capo Press, Text in French. Reprint of Loys Delteil's the graphic works of nineteenth and twentieth century artists. Volume VII. A catalog of the works of Paul Huet. With 100 annotated black and white... Item #14400
Rotterdam: Museum Boymans-van Beuningen, (1900), First Edition. large quarto, rebound in black cloth with original wrappers laid in. 414 pp. Museum Boymans-van Beuningen, A selection from the Rotterdam Albums and Landscape Drawings from various Collections. Extensively illustrated in black and white and in color. Errata slip glued to half-title. Item #24984
Privately Printed, (1916), First Edition. tall octavo, brown three-quarter morocco and marbled boards. xii, 149 pp. Privately Printed, A total limitation is not noted but "No. 52" is inked under "Privately Printed" on the title page. Pencil inscription on front endpaper, "E. W. Forks [?] from Mr. Fitzgerald." Spine covering... Item #24022
FRANZ, Erich and Bernd Growe.
(Paris): (1984), First Edition. quarto, pictorial boards in original glassine. (204) pp. Illustrated in black and white and with 12 pages of color plates. Text in French. Book very fine, glassine with a few chips and tears, one of which is repaired with tape. Item #21208
FREEMAN, Arthur and Janet Ing Freeman.
New Haven: Yale University Press, 2004, First Edition. octavo, cloth. 1,532pp. Yale University Press, John Payne Collier (1789–1883), one of the most controversial figures in the history of literary scholarship, pursued a double career. A prolific and highly influential writer on the drama, poetry, and popular prose of Shakespeare’s age... Item #14516
JOHNSON, Una E.
New York: The Museum of Modern Art, (1977), First Edition. square octavo, rebound in black cloth with printed wrappers bound in. 176 pp. The Museum of Modern Art, Illustrated. Bookplate. Very fine. Item #24981
KEPES, Gyorgy (editor).
New York: George Braziller, (1965), Second Printing. quarto, cloth in dust jacket. (xiii), (190)pp. George Braziller, Part of the six volume Vision+Value Series. Each volume in the series is devoted to a broad basic theme. Fourteen essays in this book concern (1) the scientific approach to structuring processes in nature... Item #13989
MACLAY, Elise, text and poems.
Trumbull CT: The Greenwich Workshop, (1990), First Edition. quarto, brown cloth in dust jacket and original printed box. 160 pp. The Greenwich Workshop, Presenting all of the artist's printed work. A beautiful book with stunning color plates. A new copy in a very fine box. Item #23265
New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, (1905), First American Edition. quarto, green cloth stamped in gilt. (xiv),443 pp. (426) pp. G. P. Putnam's Sons, Illustrated. Part of the Connoisseur's Library. Minor wear to top of spine, spine faded. Interior clean, hinges solid. Item #24647