Richardson, Edgar Preston
Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press, 1948.
234 pages in text. Fifty-seven black and white plates. Catalogue of the Existing and Recorded Paintings of Washington Allston by E.P.Richardson and H.W.L. Dana. Bibliography. more
Pittsburgh: Univ. of Pittsburgh Press, 1971.
343 pp. 135 plates, eight in color. Catalogue Raisonne compiled by Leon Anthony Arkus. Includes" Sky Hooks," the autobiography of John Kane as told toMarie more
NY: American Artists Group, 1946.
87 pp. Forty-four black and white plates. Catalog. Chronology. Bibliography. FREITAG 4567. KARPEL I990. "McCausland's fine commentary relates to the mainstream of American painting and more
WestIslip: Ulae Inc, 1981.
Approx.90 pages in text. Forty-five full-page photographs by Rauschenberg printed recto only. Introduction by Richard Ackley. more
Geneva: Gerald Cramer, 1969.
25 pages. Oblong 4to, 21 x 29. Eight tipped-in plates. Limited edition, copy 1325 of 1650. The cover is an original color lithograph executed for more
NY: Pierre Mattise Gallery, 1972.
26 pages. 32 x 23 cm. Seventeen color and twenty-two black and white illustrations. Exhibition March 21 to April 15 1972. Cover is a colored more
Charlottesville: Univ. of Virginia Press, 1988.
142 pages. 31 x 23 cm. Complete catalogue raisonne of Freeman's 146 etchings and lithographs. Contributions by John Beaufort, Marjorie P. Balge and Al Hirschfield. more
Shannon, Martha H.
Boston: Marshall Jones, 1923.
165 pp. 20 illustrations in black and white. Limited edition, copy 1080 of 1500. Hunt painted and taught in Boston, and was a vital force more
Miller, Alfred Jacob
Fort Worth: Amon Carter Museum, 1982.
480 pp. Edited by Ron Tyler. With a catalogue raisonne by Karen Dewees Reynolds and William R. Johnston. Preface by Peter H. Hassrick. Voluminously illustrated more
Chahine, Edgar; Gabriel P. Weisberg (essay); Ivo Kirschen, Donald McClelland, Peggy A. Loar (contributors)
Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES), 1984.
First Edition. Near Fine in perfect-bound pictorial wrappers, with light creasing and rubbing at the extremities. Internally Fine. Illustrated essay by Gabriel Weisberg, including 25 more
Stuttgart: N.p, 1945.
First Edition. Oblong small quarto. Quarter-bound in black with olive paper-covered boards, paper title label on the front board. A collection of charcoal sketches of more
Curiger, Bice, Carter Ratcliff, Peter J. Schneemann
Zurich: Kunsthaus / Hatje Cantz, 2003.
First Edition. Near Fine with a smaller bump to the lower front corner, lacking dust jacket. more
Tokyo: New Art Seibu, 1995.
First Editions, first printings. Published in Japan with text in Japanese. All 3 volumes Fine in Near Fine dust jackets with light soiling to the more
[Shahn, Ben] Pratt, Davis (editor); Archibald MacLeish (foreword)
Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1975.
First Edition. Fine and unread in a Near Fine dust jacket. Single closed tear and a touch of edge wrinkling to the jacket, else a more
Gonzalez Palma, Luis; Maria Christina Orive (introduction)
Buenos Aires: La Azotea, 1993.
First Edition, a paperback original. Glue residue from the binding along the edge of the front endpaper, else about Fine in wrappers with french flaps. more
New York: Perigee Books / Putnam, 1980.
First Edition. Small quarto. Near Fine and unread in illustrated wrappers. Light toning and light rubbing overall. Collects some of the best work from the more
Kruger, Sebastian; Michael Lang (foreword)
Beverly Hills, CA: Morpheus International, 1997.
First US Edition. Folio. A collection of the portrait artist's work, combining cultural icons of music, film, literature, and art. Near Fine in a Near more
Bravo, Manuel Alvarez; Katrien Gottlieb (text)
Rotterdam, Netherlands: Kunsthal Rotterdam, 2001.
First Edition. Publisher's photo illustrated boards, silver titles. Published to coincide with an exhibition held at the Kunsthal Rotterdam in the Netherlands: "Manuel Alvarez Bravo: more
New York: Doubleday, 1973.
First Edition. Quarto. REVIEW COPY, with slip laid in. Also laid in are two original black-and-white photographs (4.5 x 6.5 inches) taken by Balzer, with more
[Kounellis, Jannis] Moure, Gloria; Bruno Cora, Jeans-Louis Froment
New York: Rizzoli, 1990.
First Edition. Fine and unread in an about Fine, lightly scuffed, dust jacket. An attractive edition, illustrated profusely in black and white and color throughout. more