Paris: Les Editions Paralleles, 1948. 118p, illustrations. 29cm. Black cloth with yellow titling. Corners bumped, covers rubbed. In very good condition.
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New York: Equinox Cooperative Press, 1936. 14p, 100 plates. 29cm. Cream buckram with red an black titling on the front cover and spine; top edge black. Cloth slightly darkened, more so to the spine, one corner rubbed, slightly soiled. In very good condition.
Paris: L'Autre Musee / Grandes Monographies Aux Editions De La Difference, 1989. 55p, plates, illustrations. 40cm. White card with illustrated jacket. Includes, brief biography, list of exhibitions, and an index ofthe illustrations, which are full page. Arman (1928-2005) was a French born American artist who was influenced by DADA. His work influeneced Pop Art and is held in the collections of major institutions. Slightly soiled. In near fine condition.
Hertfordshire: Mercury Arts Publications, 1987. 231p, illustrations. 31cm. Black cloth with gilt titling; dust jacket. Jacket slightly rubbed. An unread copy, as new.
Sao Paulo: Bolsa de Mercadorias & Futuros, 1992. Frontispiece, 254p, illustrations. 29cm. Revised edition. First published in 1970. Illustrated, laminated covers; dust jaket. A fine copy in a slightly soiled, rubbed, near fine jacket.
Greenwich, CT: New York Graphic Society Ltd., 1971. 158p, , illustrated, bibliography. Soft cover. Minor edge wear to spine and cover. In very good condition.
New York: Abrams, 1983. , plates, . 41x31cm. First trade edition. Gray cloth with white titling; dust jacket. In fine condition.
[Santiago de Chile]: Marlborough Gallery, 1999. 55pp. 30 cm. Soft cover. Minor rubbing of covers. A near fine copy.
Milan: 5 Continents Editions, 2002. 359p, illustrations. 29cm. Black paperboard; dust jacket. Three corners bumped, short crease at the top edge of the jacket front panel. In near fine condition.
Columbia, MO: University of Missouri Press, 1975. 272p, illustrations, indexed. 39cm. Pictorial cloth; red spine label in gilt; dust jacket. Minor edge wear and a near fine copy in a near fine jacket.
New York: National Sculpture Society, . Unpaginated, illustrations. 35cm. Green paper boards; illustration and titling in gilt on the front cover. With a certificate laid in and signed by Leo Friedlander and Adolph Block. Leo Friedlander (1890-1966), past president and fellow of the National Sculpture Society, was an American sculptor whose work appears at the Museum of the City of New York, Valley Forge, National Chamber of Commerce, RCA Building, and the Oregon State Capital Building. He taught at New York University where he headed the sculpture department. Adolf Block (1906-1978) was also a fellow and past president of the National Scupture Society. He taught at the National Academy of Deign, and as a sculptor worked in bronze to create commemorative pieces. Corners slighhtly bumped, skinned, cover faded at edges; certificate torn and creased on one side. In very good condition.
Philadelphia : Thomas Dobson, 1814. Volume 1: xlv, 401p, . volume 2: 394p, , indexed. 22cm. Full calf; morocco spine labels with titling in gilt. Leather is dry; joints are starting; large chip from spine head of volume 2; small chip from spine head of volume 1; piece of spine label from volume one missing; corners skinned; damp stain through out both volumes. Still, in good condition.
Santa Barbara, California: Jeff Greenwald, 1982. Not paginated. Velo binding with illustrated mylar cover. 28cm. Includes original, signed, graphic art work in a variety of techniques. In a limited edition of 140 copies, this is copy 57. Slight damp stain evident in the bottom fore edge corner of a few pages, front cover slightly rubbed, few creases; binding loose at the spine ends. A well preserved copy of this uncommon art magazine in very good condition.
Jersey City, NJ: Time Incorporated. 212p, illusttrations. 36cm. Soft cover with front cover illustration by the artist Fernard Leger. Reproduces artwork from twelve exciled European artists, including Marx Ernst, Chagall and others. Spine creases, corner crease on the front cover. A bright front cover and in very good condition.
New York: Reynal & Hitchcock, 1946. 40p, illustrations. 28cm. First edition. Yellow cloth; dust jacket. Cloth slightly soiled, darkened at bottom edge, corners bumped; jacket chipped and creased; neat gift inscription on front free endpaper A very good copy in good jacket.
New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 1996. Frontispiece, 510p, illustrations, index of printers, publishers, proper names, titles, bibliography, exhibition history. 30cm. Stamped blue cloth with dust jacket. Jacket torn at the head of the spine. A fine, unread copy in a near fine jacket.
London: A. H. Payne and Company, 1864. Title page, 100 pages of engravings. 27 cm. Quarter green morocco with decorative rule to the corners and spine edge; raised bands and spine in gilt; all edges gilt; marbled endpapers. Prior owner's contemporary bookplate on the front cover pastedown; edges rubbed; wear to spine ends; some plates foxed; slight tobacco odor. In better than good condition.
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1991. 150p, , plates. 42x35cm. Gray cloth with silver titling on the spine; dust jacket. In fine condition.
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1929. Frontis, 68p of text, plates, index. 31cm. Black cloth with gilt tilting on the spine, gilt illustration on the front cover. Slight wear to the spine ends; prior owner's neat signature on the front free endpaper. In very good condition.
Baltimore: The Baltimore Museum of Art & the Walters Art Gallery, 1939. 89p, illustrations. 27cm. Soft cover. Faded at edges, lightly soiled. In very good condition.
Paris: Vve. Jules Renouard, Librairie-Editeur, 1868. Biographies of painters, individually paged, many with portrait and facsimile signature, most with representative work. 35cm. Three quarter red morocco, raised bands and titling in gilt on the spine; top edge gilt. Edges rubbed, spine darkened; dormer library copy with older, inked, call number on spine; Library of Congress surplus stamp. In very good condition. From the library of Sarah Cooper Hewitt, presented in memory of her father and sister. Sarah and her sister Eleanor founded what is now the Cooper Hewitt Museum in New York City. A biographical sketch can be found on the web site of the Museum.
New York: Advertising Arts, 1933. 47p, illustrations. Gray cloth with red and blue paper title labels on front cover and spine. Corners bumped, one frayed, somewhat soiled; front hinge almost cracked; spine label chipped. In good condition.
Teufen: Arthur Niggli, Ltd, 1957. 146p, illustrations. 30cm. Black cloth: dust jacket. One corner slightly bumped; jacket chipped, torn, pieces missing. A near fine copy in a fair jacket.
New York: John Lane Company, 1908. cxxv-cxxxv, p. 265-346,cxxxvii-clx, ads, index for volume xxxiv, illustrations. 30cm. Original wraps. Some chipping to the spine, slightly soiled. In very good condition. Contains Leila Mechlin's "Winslow Homer."
New York: Walker & Company, 2004. 203p. 21cm. Soft cover. Advance reading copy (ARC). Inscribed and signed by Matthew Hart. An unread copy, as new.
Berkeley: University Art Museum, 1975. 232pp. 22 x 28 cm. Soft cover. An ex library copy with spine label only; edges faded; bottom edge bumped. A very good copy.
Landsdowne: Australian Art Library, 1971. 112p, illustrations, tipped in plates. 31cm. First edition. Brown cloth; dust jacket. Presentation copy signed by John Perceval on the title page. Signed by Margaret Plant on the title page. Corners slightly bumped; one corner of the jacket chipped; long gift inscription on the front free endpaper. In near fine condition.
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1989. 210p, illustrations, index. 26cm. First edition. Black cloth; dust jacket. Inscribed and signed by John Updike. In fine condition.
Paris: C. Moreau, . , 32 plates. 41cm. Plates are loose in portfolio with ribbon ties.First volume in the series. Plates are in very good condition, the spine of the portfolio is fraying and torn near the top.
Boston: Little, Brown and Co., 1898. Frontispiece, title page in red and black, xvi, 558p, plates; frontispiece, title page in red and black, vii, , 536p, plates. 21cm. Maroon cloth bindings with titling and decorations in gilt on the front cover and spine of each volume; top edges gilt; maroon cloth jackets with titling in gilt on the spine; maroon cloth slipcase. All tissue guards present. Non detracting stains on the jackets; spotting on the fore edges. A fine set.