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."
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1921. First edition. Hardcover. [VII] 3 pages in text. 29 x 23 cm. 183 plates with an introductory comment preceding the plates. A pictorial survey: photographs and drawings, some of the latter with details to scale. Co-authors are Henry M. Polhemus and Addison F. Worthington. Small nicks at backstrip foot.
Balmes: Ediciones Poligrafa, 1967. First edition. Hardcover. 267 pp. Illustrated with 133 photographs and reproductions in black and white and in color. Text in Spanish, English, French and German. Asturias still maintains, almost intact, a series of pre-Romanesque buildings, with slight restorations; thus, they have recovered their primitive state.
NY: Architectural Book, 1917. First edition. Hardcover. 5 pages in text. 28.5 x 21 cm. Ninety-three black and white plates, most of them containing at least two illustrations per plate. Two world wars obliterated many of the buildings described herein. Sharp, bright copy, nicks to backstrip extremities.
London: Thames and Hudson, 1977. First edition. Hardcover. 253 pp. 132 text figures and forty-five plates with many of the former large fold-outs. Bibliographies. Index. Reports of the Research Committee of the Society of Antiquaries of London No. XXXIV. The author describes the defences and buildings of the outer bailey...
London: B.T. Batsford, 1949. First edition. Hardcover. 40 pages in text. 4to, ninety-one pages of illustrations. Bibliography. Index. The volume deals with the art of monumental sculpture, as illustrated in the monuments of York Minster, and in the parish churches of the City and nieghborhood -- from Gothic to Victorian. Ex-library.
NY: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1971. First edition. Hardcover. 104 pages in text : Vol. II, and approx 100 pages in plate Vol.I. 31 x 23 cm. Voluminously illustrated with full-color and black and white illustrations. Foreword by Thomas Hoving. Commentary on the Pages of the Facsimile by Jeffrey M. Hoffeld. Bibliography.
Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1929. 1st American edition. Hardcover. 450 pp. Illustrations. This copy contains the contents of all three previously published volumes, published in England. There are no textual differences in the two editions. Signed presentation copy "To Paul Bigelow from his friend Sacheverill Sitwell New York 26 January." Corners worn.