NY: D. Appleton & Co, 1876. First Edition. 4to, pp. 380. Bound in contemporary black 3/4 leather, some rubbed, some very minor soiling inside, but a very good tight clean copy. AEG. Illustrated throughout. Contains 36 steel-cut full-page engravings on heavyweight paper, by Leighton, Lanseer, Bouguereau, Bertrand, et al, plus...
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Leipzig: Ernst Rowohlt, 1912. First edn. In German. 8vo, pp. 336. Ex lib., spine almost detached, o/w VG. A discussion of the work of the French sculptor, illustrated with photographs.
NY: Garden City, (1930). Reprint of the trade edition. 4to, pp. 162. Bound in brown cloth, a very good tight clean copy. Frontispiece in 6 colors, 16 pages of drawings reproduced in 7 colors, 48 pages in 4 colors, and 80 in black and white. A collection of Russell's letters, nicely interspersed with his artwork.
Bernard Danenberg Galleries, . 4to, pp. 48. Paper wraps. VG. A catalog of a show, held in New York in May, 1970. Plates are in color.
Paris: Edition Lagache. Book of 49 monochrome postcards (there are 8 stubs where others are missing) in paper wraps. Cover worn and little soiled, o/w VG.
Albany: SUNY, (1981). First Edition. 8vo, paper wraps, a very good copy. An exhibition orgainzed by the Plaza Gallery .... October 16 through November 30, 1981. Includes poets Robert Creeley, William Claire,A. Poulin, Jr., Louis Simpson, etc.
Lexington: University of Kentucky Art Museum, 1999. First Edition. 4to, 82. Green pictorial wraps. Freedman B-68. Includes essays and photographic reproductions. A fine copy. Berry's article is on pp. 42 & 43.
Lexington: University of Kentucky Art Museum, 1999. First Edition. 4to, 82. Green pictorial wraps. Signed by Berry on the title-page. Freedman B-68. Includes essays and photographic reproductions. One inch "splotch" on the rear cover, o/w a fine copy. Berry's article is on pp. 42 & 43.
London: 1894. BEARDSLEY, Aubrey, illus. One sheet, folded once to 7 x 9-3/8 inches. Cover illustration, in black, with thin red border, by Aubrey Beardsley. The plays were Arms and the Man, by Bernard Shaw, with The Man in the Street, by Louis N. Parker, for an opener. VG. Rare. Samuels-Lasner 62C.
London: Mathews & Lane, 1894-1897. BEARDSLEY, Aubrey, illus. Periodical. 8vo, yellow cloth, stamped in black. Illustrated. A complete run of the magazine, from April 1894 to April 1897. First 5 volumes have some illustrations by Aubrey Beardsley. (He was fired after Vol. 5.) Vol. 1 stained on back cover, spines...
NY: Acquavella, . 8vo, pp. not numbered. Introduction by John Rewald. With 32 color plates. Paper wraps. Cover soiled, o/w a VG tight copy.
NY: Limited Editions, 1957. Chamberlain, Samuel. No 443 of 1500 copies. Large 8vo, pp. xx, 349. Gray cloth with applied spine label. Signed by Chamberlain on the colophon. Cover little yellowed at edges and spine, edges very slightly soiled, o/w a nice copy. Printed in an edition limited to 1500...
Boston: L. C. Page, (1927). New edition; first published in 1906. 8vo, pp. 455. Bibliography and index. Illustrated with monochrome reproductions of some paintings. Green cloth, printed in red, black and gilt. Ex library, with bookplate and stamps, o/w VG.
Barcelona: Ediciones Poligrafa, (1994). 4to, pp. 128. Bibliography, chronology. One hundred twenty-one illustrations, 116 in color. A nice copy in slightly rumpled dj.
Berlin: Berlage, 1920. Ernest Stern. First Edition. Small 8vo, pp.183. Die Bucher ds Deutschen Theaters. With seven handcolored plates by Ernest Stern. In German by Bollmoeller. Wrappers (moderate wear, but the plates are fine.).
NY: Thames and Hudson, (1993). First paperback edn. 4to, pp. 179. Bibliography, index. Published to accompany an exhibition at the National Museum of American Art, 1993. With 132 illustrations, 100 in color. Paper wraps. Neat half-inch tear at tops of 4 leaves, slight rippling of leaves and cover, o/w a VG tight copy.
Koln, Germany: Konemann, (1997). First English edition. 4to, pp. 546. Includes a biography, 1943-1960, by Miquel Tapies; a bibliography, list of works, and index of titles. First volume of a projected six. With 983 illustrations, including 133 in color. Fine in slipcase.
Koln, Germany: Konemann, (1997). First English edition. 4to, pp. 511. Includes a biography, 1961-1968, by Miquel Tapies; a bibliography, list of works, and index of titles. Second volume of a projected six. With 1027 illustrations, including 189 in color. Fine in slightly torn slipcase.
Koln, Germany: Konemann, (1997). First English edition. 4to, pp. 575. Includes a biography, 1969-1975, by Miquel Tapies; a bibliography, list of works, and index of titles. Third volume of a projected six. With 1303 illustrations, including 253 in color. Fine in slightly bumped slipcase.
Chicago IL: O'Hara, 1972. First printing. 4to, pp. 72. Biography, bibliography. Illustrated in flull color and black and white. Translated by Eleanor Levieux. An overview of the artist's work. A nice copy in somewhat soiled and chipped dj.
Roseville East, Australia: Craftsman House, 1995. First Edition. Large 8vo, pp. 144. Notes, biographies, Index. Illustrated in colora nd black and white. Orange paper over boards. A nice copy in lilttle soiled dj. Roar is an artist-run gallery in Fitzroy, showing the work of young artists who work outside the established system.
London: John Lane, Boston: Roberts, 1895. BEARDSLEY, Aubrey, illus. First American edn. 8vo, pp. 241, plus publisher's catalog. Green cloth, stamped in gray with gilt lettering on spine. Title and cover design by A. B. Owners' bookplate on pastedown. Cover little worn at edges and ends of spine, hinge tender...
NY: Dutton, (1978). First American edn. 4to, pp. 80. Bibliography. With 68 plates, many in color. A nice copy in little scuffed and soiled dj.
NY: Abrams, (1969). Horizontal 8vo, pages not numbered. Mostly illustrations in monochrome. Includes bibliography and list of exhibitions. No dj. Cover slightly yellowed toward spine, o/w a nice copy.
NY: Patheon, (1946). First Edition. 4to, pp. 115, plus 202 plates, a few in color. Index, and ballet index, 1909-1945. Ex library. VG.