NY: Ink, Inc, 1994. First edition. Hardcover. 271 pp. 272 illustrations: color and black and white plates, photographs, drawings, plans. Bibliography. Index. This is the first comprehensive narrative of Vaux's work to show the entire range of his creativity.
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NY: Summit, 1983. First edition. Hardcover. 288 pp.
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.
Greenwich: New York GraphicSociety, 1955. 1st American edition. Hardcover. Folio, 24 pages in text. Six text illustrations, forty-five tipped-in plates with thirty-nine in color. FREITAG 253.
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...
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."
NY: Macmillan, 1950. First edition. Hardcover. 717 pp. One hundred black and white plates. Notes. Index. Owner inscription. ARNTZEN/RAINWATER M489. CHAMBERLAIN 1456. "A good survey of American Painting." LUCAS p89.
NY: Hudson Hills, 1981. 1st American edition. Hardcover. 321 pp. 159 plates, most in color. Foreword by John Held. Translated by R.E. Wolf. Index of Names. Limited edition, copy 560 of 2500.Ex-library with no interior marking.
Toronto: McClellandand Stewart, 1973. First edition. Hardcover. 224 pp. Over 200 illustrations with more than half in color. Bibliography. Index. A panorama of Canadian art complemented with descriptions fromcontemporary travel literature, diaries and letters. A good survey of the topic.
NY: Bennett Book Studio, 1949. First edition. Hardcover. 140 pp. 8vo, includes American books having at least three colored plates (including frontispiece) when and as issued by the publisher, dated not earlier than 1800 or later than 1900. Children's books and books with tinted plates are omitted. Chronological Index.
Paris: Quatre Chemins, 1949. First edition. Paperback. 106 pp. 4to, illusrated in black and white and with one color lithograph. Limited edition, copy 262 of 1000. Confessions of a painter, art critic, collector and dealer.
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."
London: George Bell & Sons, 1921. Hardcover. 219 & 233 pages. 28 x 19.5 cm. Total of 200 plates, most with plans and drawings to scale. Bibliography. Index. ARNTZEN/RAINWATER J167. "A standard work of French classical architecture." CHAMBERLAIN 846. LUCAS p53. Printed by the Chiswick Press, small owner label and...
Boston: Boston Book and Art Shop, 1957. 1st American edition. Hardcover. 174 pp. Voluminously illustrated, mostly in black and white with five full-page color, and two-tonedplates. Original German version printed by Urs-Graf Verlag; Bern, Switzerland. A survey and history of the Japanese color woodcut by a prominent, if now infamous...
NY: Oxford Univ. Press, 1947. First edition. Hardcover. 54 pages in text. With 134 plates in black and white.Notes. Orig. navy linen cloth. CHAMBERLAIN 1458. "A general history of still-life painting in America written by a competent scholar." LUCAS p89.
Boston: Museum of Fine Arts, 1962. First edition. Hardcover. More than 400 illustrations. Foreword by Perry T. Rathbone. Introduction by Henry T. Rossiter. ARNTZEN/RAINWATER L79. "Contains useful information for the study of 19th century American draughtsmen and watercolorists. Both volumes contain appendixes listing known artists represented, known sitters, places represented...
Greenwich: New York Graphic Society, 1956. Antonello Da Messina. First edition. Hardcover. Folio, 24 pages in text, six test illustrations and 51 tipped-in color plates of good technical fidelity. FREITAG 201.
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: Lutterworth Press, 1946. First edition. Hardcover. 91 pp. Small 8vo,twenty-two plates and twenty-one line drawings in the text. Index. A plea for the rebuilding of bombed Puritan churches.
NY: McBride, Nast, 1914. 1st American edition. Hardcover. 238 pp. Royal 8vo, 109 illustrations. Index. CHAMBERLAIN 835. "One of the first of the limited number of books on this subject in English." LUCAS p.50. Ex-library with no external markings, slight nicks to backstrip extremities.
London: Sir Isaac Pitman & Sons, 1933. Hardcover. Three volumes in one, each with itsown Index and a list of illustrations in black and white. Approximately 300 pages in text total. Backstrip worn at joints and extremities with small tear at head. Orig. blue cloth. Very good.
Philadelphia: Univ. of Pennsylvania Press, 1986. First edition. Hardcover. 163 pp. 246 illustrations some in color. Catalogue of Selected Drawings. Checklist of the Weinbrenner Collection at the Univ. of Pennsylvania.Bibliography. Concordance of Inventory Numbers. Weinbrenner was the first internationally important German architect of the 19th Century.
NY: Dodd, Mead, 1914. Hardcover. 359 pp. 8vo, 143 illustrations. Glossary. Index. Ex-library.
NewHaven: Yale Univ. Press, 1976. Hardcover. 410 pp. Thirty-sixblack and white plates and fifty text figures, many are drawings to scale. Bibliography. Index. An in depth study of stone circles which flourished betweenthe middle of the Neolithic and Late Bronze Age from approximately 2500 to 1000 bc.
Np: Gage, 1976. Cockburn, James. First edition. Hardcover. 176 pp. 154 black and white plates. Bibliography. Index. A British officer, Cockburn was stationed in Quebec during the 1830's. He loved the city. No other artist working before the age of photography has left as systematic and faithful a description of a Canadian city.