Adelaide, Australia: Rigby, 1963. 4to, pp. not numbered. With 12 color plates tipped in. Ex library, with stamps, bookplate and pocket. VG.
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Canaan, NH: Phoenix, (1977). 4to, pp. 152. Chronology, register of paintings index. Illustrated in color and black-and-white. A nice copy in little scuffed and chipped dj. Signed by the author.
Ottowa Canada: Canadian Museum of Civilization, (1988). First Edition. 4to, pp. 179. In English and French. copiously illustrated in color. A nice copy in little scuffed dj.
Madrid: A. G. Luis Perez, (1977). Square 8vo, pp. 53. Biography, photograph of the sculptor. In Spanish and English. Commentary by Javier Rubio Nomblot. A show catalog with color photographs of the pieces. Paper wraps. A nice copy.
Detroit MI: Gale, (1976). First American edn. 4to, pp. viii, 738. Introduction in English, French, German, Spanish, and Italian. Blue leatherette, stamped in gilt. A nice copy in plastic dj. Notes beside signature samples include full names, place of birth, dates, type of work or media, countries, towns or galleries...
NY: Abrams. Small 4to, 144 plates, one side. Translated by Barbara Luigia La Penta. Foreword by Giacometti, introduction by Carluccio. A nice copy in little soiled dj. Drawings of works by other artists, ancient and contemporary, reproduced in their original colors.
London: Zwemmer, 1925. 4to, pp. 102 plus 192 plates in collotype (black and ivory).Paper over boards, with cloth spine. Slight foxing, o/w VG.
NY: Frederick Warne, (1946). First American edn. Large 8vo, pp. 15. Paper wraps, color illustration on front. Two color plates in text, plus other illustrations. Previous owner has written in a poem by Greenaway on copyright page, and tipped in a magazine article, "Kate Greenaway and Wedgewood" in side rear...
NY: Thames and Hudson, (1989). First American edn. Square 4to, pp. 97. Foreword by John Russell, introduction by Jean Clair. With 65 reproductions, 9 in color and 56 in duotone. A nice copy in slightly scuffed and soiled dj.
Chicago and London: Open Court, 1916. First edn. 8vo, Pp. 182. Little external wear, a vg copy. Carus discusses the statue as an image of woman. He compares Greek texts with those of the Bible, interpreting the imaging of the famous Venus.
NY: Moffat, Yard, 1909. First Edition. 8vo, pp. ix, 176. Illustrated with reproductions in black and white. Ex library; pocket, date slip and bookplate removed. Cover little scuffed at edges, o/w a VG tight copy.
NY: McGraw-Hill, (1962). First Edition. 4to, ppl 362. Notes, index. With 332 black and white illustrations and 52 color plates. A nice copy in worn dj. Very heavy. Third volume of the Council of Europe series, based on an exhibition in Paris.
London: Thames and Hudson, (1963). Horizontal 8vo, pages not numbered. Forty plates, 9 in color.Includes a short biography and an interview with the artist. A nice copy in somewhat soiled dj.
NY: Museum of Modern Art, (1971). First Edition. 4to, pp. 108. A catalog for an exhibition of works printed by the Genini G.E.L. Los Angeles printing shop. With 364 illustrations, twenty in color. Paper wraps. In a plastic box, along with a black-and-white lithograph of a target, signed by Jasper...
New Haven CT: Yale, (1966). Revised edition. Square 8vo, pp. xiv, 246. Biographies, bibliography, index. Illustrated in black-and-white, with several color reproductions. Published to accompany an exhibition. Tan cloth. A nice copy.
Munich: Prestel, (1995). 8vo, pp. 120. Translated from the German by John Brownjohn. Illustrated with photographs and reproductions, most in color.Near fine in slightly scuffed dj. Themes and techniques of the artist's later works, most of which were created on the island.
Boston: Little, Brown, (2000). First American edn. 4to, pp. 224. Notes and index. Illustrated profusely in color and monochrome. A nice copy in little chipped dj. Maar was a successful young photographer and Picasso's lover and muse for seven years.
Cambridge MA: MIT, (1997). First Edition. Large 8vo, pp. 344. Notes, index. Ilustrated in black and white. A nice copy in dj. A study linking surrealism and the baroque.
NY: Farrar Straus and Cudahy, (1958). First edn. 8vo, pp. 232. A vg copy in little worn dj. OP. A biography of the Renaissance artist.
NY: Harrison House, (1982). Chagall, Marc. First printing. Large square 4to, pp. 263. Chronology, bibliography. With 285 illustrations, including 83 in full color. Edited by Charles Sorlier, translated from the French by John Shepley. Blue leatherette over boards. Cover slightly spotted, o/w a nice copy in pictorial dj. Very heavy.
NY: Braziller, (1967). First revised edition. 4to, pp. xix, 111. With 60 color plates and 24 in black and white. Text by Jean Leymarie. Upper edge slightly spotted, o/w a nice copy in chipped dj.
NY: Brazilier, (1975). Second edition. 4to, pp. xix, 81, with 60 color plates and 24 in black and white. Red paper over boards. Cover very slightly bumped at lower outer corners, o/w a nice copy in scuffed, little chipped and soiled dj.
Paris: Weber. 4to, 4pp (single folded sheet). This is the advertising sheet with letter press on page 1, pp 2-3 is a double-page colored lithograph (suitable for framing), page 4 is a monochrome. Couple of minor bends and folds.
Boston MA: Boston Public Library, 1984. One of 1000 copies. 4to, pp. 364. Appendices, indices. Chronology. Foreword by Philip J. McNiff, introduction by David McCord. Frontis portrait. Rust cloth, stamped in gilt. Fine in slightly scuffed dj. Heavy.
Boston MA: Boston Public Library, 1968. Chamberlain, Samuel. 4to, pp. xi. 227. Appendices, index. Introduction by Sunclair H. Hitchings of the Boston Public Library. With 227 illustrations, including photographs, drawings and prints. Green cloth, stamped in gilt. Front endpapers are upside-down, o/w a very nice copy. A memoir by the artist.