NY: McGraw-Hill, 1964. 1st American edition. Hardcover. 254 pp. 168 plates with nine in color. Bibliography. List of Illustrations. Index. ARNTZEN/RAINWATER N11. "A good general introduction to the principal aspects of18th-century graphic art in Europe."
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Boston: Houghton Miflin, 1978. West, Benjamin. First edition. Hardcover. 525 pages. Illustrated. Extensive Bibliography. Index.
San Francisco: Paul Elder, 1905. First edition. Hardcover. 75 pages. Fourteen illustrations. Index. An early work and critical review of the Japanese colour-print artists. 2nd copy ex-library.
Minneapolis: Burgess Publishers, 1970. Second edition. Hardcover. 342 pp.
NY: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1980. First edition. Hardcover. 535 pp. Volume I: Text, with a note to the catalogue and an Index. Volume II: Illustrations, four on each page, covering Italian, Spanish (including Portuguese), Icons, Russian, British and German (including Austrian, Czech,Danish, Hungarian, Swedish and Swiss) paintings. Volume III...
Paris: Rene Kieffer, 1922. Original Wraps. 4to, with brilliant color illustrations by J. Hamman. Limited edition, copy 450 of 590 on velin de cuve paper. Text in French. Orig. illustrated wrappers flaked at backstrip extremities. Slight embrowning at front cover head. Very good.
Ramat Gan: Massada Press, 1971. First edition. Hardcover. 237 pp. Fifty illustrations. Bibliography. Index.Professor Barasch, founded theDepartment of the History of Art at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. ARNTZEN/RAINWATER K87. "A scholarly study of surviving Crusader sculpture in theHoly Land, some of which have been recently discovered."
Boston: Boston Book & Art, 1970. First edition. Hardcover. 96 pp. 115 color and blackand white plates. One of a series of books based on exhibitions by the Welsh Arts Council. Well illustrated and poignant.
NY: MOMA, 1954. First edition. Hardcover. 188 pp. 208 plates with six in color. Introduction by Rene D'Harnoncourt. Bibliography. Maps. A survey by a leading anthropologist who died prior to the volume'spublication.
Milano: Edizioni Philippe Daviero, 1989. Sironi, Mario. First edition. Paperback. 107 pp. Voluminouslyillustrated. Exhibition May 4-June 10 at the Phillip Daviero Gallery. Biography. Exhibitions.
NY: Abrams, 1961. First edition. Hardcover. 290 pp. More than 150 illustrations, many in full-color. Bibliography. Index. of Names. As Gauguin noted, "Sometimes I went back very far, further than the horses of the Parthenon.... to the wooden rocking horse of my childhood."
Washington, DC: Smithsonian, 1988. First edition. Paperback. 143 pp. Foreword by Douglas Druick. Abundantly illustrated in black and white. Bibliography. A representativeselection of the group's printmaking activities from approximately 1888-1895.
London: Collins, 1950. First edition. Hardcover. 112 pp. Sixteen color plates andsixty-four black and white illustrations. With a Foreword by Eric Newton. Index. CHAMBERLAIN 1248. "Tries to give a chart of 20th century painting inCanada. Not an orthodox history of Canadian Art. Covers the work of 27 artists who are discussed in the text."
NY: Moffat, Yard, 1907. Whistler, James McNeill. First edition. Hardcover. 302 pp. Thirty-nine black and whiteplates. With an incomplete List of Whistler's Paintings in Oil and in Water-Colour, Pastels and Drawings. A List of Whistler's Etchings. A List ofWhistler's Lithographs. Index. Extremities rubbed. Orig. thick tan boards and brown cloth...
London: Oxford Univ. Press, 1929. Second edition. Hardcover. 119 pages in text. Thirty-nine plates. A brief survey of modern sculpture with examples. LUCAS p63.
NY: Abrams, 1980. Braque, Georges. 1st American edition. Hardcover. 168 pp. 121 illustrations; forty-eight tipped-in color plates. Bibliography. Index. Critical commentary on each plate. FREITAG 1027.
London: Harvill Press, 1962. Spencer, Stanley. First edition. Hardcover. 255 pp. Illustrated in black and white. Index. A standard work on Spencer. FREITAG 9093.
NY: Horizon, 1975. First edition. Hardcover. 252 pp. Illustrated in black and white. Bibliography. Index of Names in the text. A narrative guide-map to the key moments of avant-garde art and activity in the20th century, surveying the movements and the intellectual ferment which formed them.
London: Thames & Hudson, 1979. First edition. Hardcover. 209 pp. 154 illustrations,fourteen in color. Bibliography. Index. The author examines buildings and gardens still extant as well as those now gone or which never existed, but more importantly, Conner discusses Western fascination with Oriental architectural ideas.
NY: Phaidon, 1970. First edition. Hardcover. 318 pages. 347 illustrations, more than one third in full-color. Bibliography. Artists and Their Dates. Check List. Index. Cubism in the Cooper's view, aimed to bring reality back to art.
Garden City: Doubleday, Doran, 1930. First edition. Hardcover. 138 pp. Thirty two illustrations in color and black and white.
London: Phaidon, 1969. First edition. Hardcover. 235 pages. 30 x 23 cm.Translated from the Italian by Alison M.Brown. With additional notes on the plates by M. Alison Stones. 145 plates with twenty-four in full-color. Notes on the Plates. Bibliography. List of Collections. A concise and informative survey of the history...
NY: Abrams, 1974. 1st American edition. Hardcover. 156 pp. Translated from the French by Eleanor R. Morse. Illustrated with full-color black and white plates. Dali's verbal pyrotechnics, double-speak, lend arch if not appropriate commentary to the art.
NY: Reinhold, 1956. First edition. Hardcover. 228 pp. Preface by Le Corbusier. Voluminously illustrated in black and white and with color plates. Index. Le Corbusier notes, "Neither architecture nor urbanismhave as yet manifested themselves in terms of decisive and universally accepted realities." (Unlike painting and sculpture). Le Corbusier admires Damaz'sattempt...
NY: Reinhold, 1963. First edition. Hardcover. 232 pp. Preface by Oscar Niemeyer. More than 400 illustrations, including sixteen in full-color. Bibliography. Index. Organized into two sections: partone of the book details the sources of culture; whereas, part two analyzes the finest examples of murals, sculpture, stained glass, tiles and mosaics instructures.