NY: Amilus Inc., (2000). 4to, pp. not numbered, but there are 354 full-color reproductions. Indexed by artists and by art directors, designers, publications and agencies. Illustrated paper over boards, cloth spine. Cover little scuffed, but a nice copy. Very heavy.
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Geneva: Nagel, (1960). First Edition. 4to, pp. 45, 58. Copiously illustrated in color and black-and-white. Black cloth, stamped in gilt. Cover slightly worn in spots on edges, o/w a VG tight copy in scuffed and chipped dj.
Northampton MA: Smith College Museum of Art, 1980. 4to, pp. 68. Bibliography. Published to accompany an exhibition. Paper wraps. Illustrated. Cover and top edge slightly spotted, o/w nice. An exhibition built around the near-deification of George Washington and the art and collectables it produced during the 18th and 19th centuries.
NY: Carroll & Graf, (1995). First American edn. 8vo, pp. xv, 544. Notes, bibliography, index. Illustrated with photographs and color reproductions. A nice copy in slightly scuffed dj. A balanced biography of the controversial artist that show his failures as being almost as interesting as his successes.
Williamsburg VA: Colonial Williamsburg. Small 4to, pp. not numbered. Paper wraps. With 8 color reproductions. Spine fold somewhat scuffed, o/w a VG tight copy.
London: Phaidon, (1966). 4to, pp. 512. Glossary of terms, glossary of artistic movements, directory of museums and galleries. Color illustrations, one for each of 500 artists, arranged alphabetically, with comments. Near fine in slightly chipped and soiled dj. Extremely heavy.
NY: Thames and Hudson, (1982). First American edn. Small 4to, pp. 176. Notes, bibliography, index. With 124 illustrations, 20 in color. Foreword by John Lehman. Paper over boards. Top edge of front cover very slightly bumped, o/w nice copy in dj.
Boston: L. C. Page, (1910). 8vo, pp. 448. Index. Illustrated in black and white. Ex library. TEG. Green cloth, with lettering and decoration in gilt, pale blue, cream and yellow. Cover slittle scuffed, o/w VG.
London: Anthony d'Offay Gallery, (1984). Large 8vo, pp. 23. plus plates and descriptions. Some plates in color. Published to accompany an exhibition. Paper wraps. Bottom of spine and outer bottom corner of cover very slightly bumped, o/w a nice copy.
London: Academy Editions, (1981). Square 8vo, pp. 96. Text in English, French and German. Illustrated with over 125 reproductions of Stern's paintings, 41 in color. A nice copy in little scuffed dj.
NY: Abrams n.d. Large 8vo, pp. 264. Heavily illustrated, much in color.VG in somewhat worn dj. Almost every aspect of aboriginal art in the Western Hemisphere, but with most of the emphasis on cultures of Mexico south through Peru.
Spokane WA: New Media Ventures, (1996). First Edition. 4to, pp. 220. Appendices, bibliography, index. With 210 reproductions, most in color; and a checklist of hundreds of additional works by more than 200 artists. Fine in very slightly soiled dj.
NY: Edition Lafayette, (1990). Small 8vo, pp. 427. Extensively illustrated with photographs. Some articles in German. Edited by Harriet de Visser and Roland Hagenberg, with contributions by Alan Jones, Donald Kuspit, and Carlo McCormick. Paper wraps with attached black paper dj. Near fine.
NY: Dover, (1971). An unabridged republication of the 1950 Scribner's edition. 4to, pp. 277. Over 700 illustrations, a few in color. (The original edition had more of the plates in color.) Paper wraps. Slightly bumped at top of spine, o/w a VG tight copy. Designs from the entire western hemisphere...
NY: Scribner's, (1959). First Edition. 8vo, pp. vi, 120. Bibliography, index. Alphabetically arranged, with the symbols drawn in red. A nice copy in somewhat scratched and little chipped dj.
Tokyo: Aqua Planet, (1990). Book of 100 postcards in color; paintings, graphics, drawings, photographs. Two short comments by Paul Winter and C. W. Nicol. Text in English and Japanese. Cover slightly scuffed, slight soil on edges, o/w a nice copy. The message is respect and love for the natural world.
NYT: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, (1972). First American edn. Two volumes. 4to, pp. 356,365. With 441 illustrations, 155 in full color. Translated by Jean Stewart. Very nice, in djs slightly yellowed and soiled on spines, in red box. Very heavy. Actually a memoir, collected over many years by the poet, who had become Matisse's friend.
NY: Konecky & Konecky, (1998). First American edn. 4to, pp. 543. Includes notes, indexes, bibliography. Illustrated with a "vast range" of examples from the artist's notebooks, drawings and paintings. Translated from the French by Rosetta Translations. Front cover very slightly dented, but a nice copy in little scuffed and chipped dj.
Chicago: Artists, Residents of Chicago, [1973?]. Oblong 8vo, pages not numbered. Illustrated. Paper wraps. Photos of artists and their work, plus sponsors' ads and short artist bios. VG. The ARC Gallery is a non-profit, membership-governed feminist gallery. Interesting that one of the ads is from Hugh Hefner and features the...
Washington DC: U. S. Government Printing Office, 1965. Small 4to, pp. xxiv, 425. Index. Black-and-white illustrations and plans, with commentary. Dark blue cloth, stamped in gilt. Edges slightly soiled, o/w a nice copy.
Chapel Hill NC: University of North Carolina, (1998). First printing. 8vo, pp. 353. Notes, bibliography, index. Illustrated with many photographs, a few in color. Fine in slightly scuffed dj.
NY: Abrams, (1986). 4to, pp. 126. Selected bibliography. Illustrated with reproductions in full color. Published to accompany an exhibition. Illustrated paper over boards. Cover somewhat scuffed, o/w a VG tight copy.
NY: East Woods Press. First printing. Horizontal 8vo, pp. not numbered, with 30 plates and other illustrations. Cover slightly spotted, o/w a nice copy in little scuffed glassine dj. Sculpture.
Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, (1978). Second edition, second printing. 4to, pp. 740. Index, bibliography. Arranged chronologically. 1258 monochrome illustrations, 291 colorplates. Gray cloth, stamped in silver. A VG copy.
NY: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, (1962). First Edition. 4to, pp. 245. Includes bibliography, listing by artist, biographies. Copiously illustrated in monochrome. Published to accompany an exhibition. Foreword by Abram Lerner. Edges and cover somewhat soiled, interior clean, VG overall.