London: Chelsea House, (1969). First Edition. 4to, pp. 274. Catalogs of drawings and prints, chronology. Reproductions of more than 100 drawings and prints, with commentary. Fine in little chipped and soiled dj. Heavy.
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NY: Museum of Modern Art, (1958). Third edition, revised. Square 4to, pp. 239. 356 plates in color and black and white. Top edge slightly soiled, o/w a nice copy in little chipped dj. Works from the collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York City.
Garden City NY: Doubleday, (1958). Third edition, revised. 4to, pp. 239. Bibliography, index. Copiously illustrated. A VG tight copy. Heavy. Includes some photographs and movie stills.
NY: Museum of Modern Art. Third edn. 4to, pp. 52, plus 98 plates in black and white. Paper wraps with cloth spine. Cover little worn, o/w VG.
NY: Museum of Modern Art, (1946). Large 8vo, pp. 314. Notes, ndex, bibliography. Tan cloth, stamped in black. Copiously illustrated in black-and-white and color. Edges slightly soiled, cover little scuffed at corners and ends of spine, o/w a VG tight copy.
NY: Museum of Modern Art, (1957). Square 8vo, pp. 115. Additions and corrections sheet laid in. Illustrated mostly in monochrome; a few in color. The exhibition catalog. Paper wraps. VG.
NY: Abrams, (1997). First Edition. 4to, pp. 432. Bibliography, index. Copiously illustrated with photographs and reproductions, many of the latter in color. Essays by many contributors. Published to accompany an exhibition at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 1997. Paper wraps. One small chip on cover, o/w fine. Heavy.
Princeton, NJ: Princeton University, (1974). 4to, pp. 150. [Bollingen series XXXV - 22] A nice copy in slightly chipped dj.
Princeton NJ: Princeton, (1974). Small 4to, pp. 150. [Bollingen Series XXXV.] Ex library with stamps; pocket removed. A nice copy, iwth little scuffed dj (some tape remainders on dj).
NY: Abrams. Horizontal 8vo, pp. 99. Bibliography, lists of works, exhibitions. Illustrated; a few in color.A nice copy; no dj. Paintings and lithographs.
NY: Abrams, (1969). First Edition. Horizontal 8vo, pp. 99. Bibliography, lists of works, exhibitions. Illustrated, with 14 plates in color aand 47 in black and white. A nice copy in slightly chipped dj. Paintings and lithographs.
NY: Abrams, [1969?]. Oblong 8vo, pp. 99. Illustrated in color and black-and-white. Red cloth. A nice copy. Wayne was primarily a lithographer; Baskett was Curator of Prints at the Cincinnati Art Museum.
(Amherst, MA): University of Massachusetts, 1968. First Trade Edition. Large 8vo, pages not numbered. Preface by Archibald Macleish, photographs by Hyman Edelstein. Paper over boards, cloth spine. Corners slightly bumped, o/w a nice copy. Illustrations of Baskin sculpture.
(Amherst, MA): University of Massachusetts, 1968. First Trade Edition. Large 8vo, pages not numbered. Preface by Archibald Macleish, photographs by Hyman Edelstein. Paper over boards, cloth spine. Corners slightly bumped, o/w a nice copy in price clipped dj. Illustrations of Baskin sculpture.
NY: Far Gallery, 1970. First Edition. 4to, pp not numbered, but with 74 plates. Paper wraps. Cover soiled, o/w a VG tight copy. A catalog for an exhibition.
NY: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, . Baskin. First Edition. 4to, pp.219. Illustrated throughout with woodcuts and engravings. Old price ticket on e.p. Book is a little bowed, but a very good copy in dj. From the dj: "This powerful book is a series of portraits-in-homage by a contemporary artist to artists...
NY: Braziller, 1970. First Edition. 4to, pp. 170. Introductory essay by the artist. Bibliography. 136 plates. Small spot on cover, o/w a very nice copy in little chipped dj. Freitag 453.
NY: Braziller, 1970. First Edition. 4to, pp. 170. Introductory essay by the artist. Bibliography. 136 plates. A very nice copy in little chipped dj. Signed by Baskin on the end paper. Freitag 453.
NY: Spiral Press, 1965. 12mo, pp. not numbered. Paper wraps, stapled at fold. A nice copy. Colophon reads: "This speech has been made into a booklet for the Bowdoin College Museum of Art, for the "Typophiles" (monograph no. 78) and for the friends of Leonard Baskin and the Spiral Press...
1 page. asking that an article about his early days not be used. Signed "Leonard." Very good. Leonard Baskin (August 15, 1922 – June 3, 2000) was an American sculptor, book-illustrator, wood-engraver, printmaker, graphic artist, writer and teacher. His public commissions include a bas relief for the Franklin Delano Roosevelt...
NY: Pantheon, (1976). First Edition. 4to, pp. 159. Heavily illustrated with reproductions, many in color. Hinges tender, cover somewhat worn at edges, ow VG. Arranged in chronological order, beginning with Native American arts. Includes an introduction by Tom Armstrong, then Director of the Whitney Museum of American Art.
London: "The Studio" 1924. 4to, pp. xxiv, 76, plus lxxxiv of adverts. Notes, bibliography. Plates titled in French and English, and interspersed with text; several in color or sepia, the rest (430) in monotone. Red cloth, blind-stamped and lettered in gilt. TEG. Ex library with bookplate and stamps, pocket removed...
Basel: Galerie Beyeler, (1978). 4to, pages not numbered. In German. A catalog for a show at the Galerie, February to March, 1978. Paper wraps. Frontis portrait. Illustrated in color. A nice copy in scuffed acrylic dj.
London: Frederick Muller, 1946. First edn. 12mo, pp. 95. 16 plates. Cover slightly soiled at edges, o/w a nice copy, uncut. Women as seen in art, from Egypt to the 20th century.
Chicago: Theobold, 1961. Square 4to, 4 leaf booklet and 42 drawings loose in a folder, in a slip case. Foreword by Otto Karl Bach, introduction by Herbert Bayer. Folder and case slightly soiled, o/w a nice set.