NY: Architectural Book, 1923. First edition. Hardcover. 9 pages in text, 32 x 24.5 cm. Seventy plates with 1880 examples." A collection of architectural compositions and grouped in convenient reference form with the express purpose of furnishing suggestions and inspiration to those interested with the solution of architectural problems." A....
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Boston: New York Graphic Society, 1976. First edition. Hardcover. 201 pp. 284 illustrations. Bibliography. Index. Based on the collections of The Cooper-Hewitt Museum of Design, the author presents eight categories of motifs --animals, enigmas, figures, florals, geometrics, novelties, scenics and textures -- as nearly as possible from their historical beginnings.
Boston: NY, 1976. First edition. Hardcover. 320 pp. Prefaces by Roy Strong and Alan Shestak. With forty-four color and 280 black and white illustrations. Fiveessays by specialists in American Art at Yale University. Exhibition April 3 - September 26, 1976. Index.
NY: MOMA, 1946. First edition. Hardcover. 474 pp. 407 plates with twenty-two in full-color. Spine sunned. Orig. crimson cloth.ARNTZEN/RAINWATER M161. "The definitive history of the Impressionist movement from 1855-86." CHAMBERLAIN 1244. LUCAS p73. Signed presentation copy dated Oct. 30, 1946, Spine faded.
Leningrad: Aurora ArtPublishers, 1980. First edition. Hardcover. 46 pages in text, 123 plates, many in full-color with the technical quality of the latter quite good. Essays by Yuri Vasilyev, TatjanaPavele, Lidija Rendele and Karina Vitola. Notes on the plates. Bibliography. The Dom was estimated to have been completed around 1270.