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Haftmann, Werner et al.
New York: MOMA, 1957.
240 pages. With 178 illustrations, forty-eight in full-color. Bibliography. Index. Edited by Andrew Carduff Ritchie. Examines the most influential esthetic theories and the salient artists more
Art In America (Editors)
New York: W.W. Norton, 1967.
256 pages. Lavishly illustrated with color and black and white plates. A survey of 300 years of American Art with essays by experts. Introduction by more
Lausanne: Skira, 1955.
Translated by James Emmons. Selected Bibliography. Index of Names. fifty-seven tipped-in color plates. Chronological Survey. Volume thirteen of the monograph on artists collection Taste of more
Brooklyn: Brooklyn Museum, 1977.
32 pp. Twelve full-color reproductions. Woodblock prints from a prolific and inventive ukiyo-e artist. His satire remains alive and humane today. more
Taylor, Joshua C.
New York: MOMA, 1961.
153 pp. 141 illustrations, with twenty-two in color. Chronology. Selected Bibliography of Futurism 1905-1961. Index. The Futurist artists, Boccioni, Carra, Russolo, Severini and Balla were more
Crawford, David A.E.L. (Lord Balcarres)
London: John Murray, 1909.
348 pp. 4to, fifty-five plates. Index. CHAMBERLAIN 1044. "A general survey of the field, beginning with Benedetto Antelami." Ex-library, no external marking, backstrip chipped at more
U.S. Congress. 94th Congress
Washington,DC: GPO, 1978.
455 pages. Comprises a total of 744 works of art and other objects as of June 1964. This is an 88th Congress, 2nd Session publication. more
Turner, A. Richard
New York: Knopf, 1993.
268 pages. more
Utica. Munson - Williams - Proctor Institute
Utica: Munson - Williams - Proctor Institute, 1960.
Approximately 150 pages. 111 black andwhite illustrations. Foreword by William C. Murray. Introduction by Howard Mumford Jones. Text by Richard B.K. McLanathan. Catalogue designed by more
New York: McGraw-Hill, 1952.
232 pages. Foreword by R.W.G. Vail, Director, New York Historical Society. Nearly fifty color plates, with approximately 100 black and white plates and text illustrations. more
New York: Abrams, 1961.
290 pp. More than 150 illustrations, many in full-color. Bibliography. Index. of Names. As Gauguin noted, "Sometimes I went back very far, further than the more
Washington, DC: Smithsonian, 1988.
143 pages. Foreword by Douglas Druick. Abundantly illustrated in black and white. Bibliography. A representative selection of the group's printmaking activities from approximately 1888-1895. more
N.Y. Sotheby Parke Bernet
NY: Sotheby Parke Bernet, 1974.
50 pp. Sale December 18-19, 1974. Illustrated in black and white. Printed price estimates laid-in. more
Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institute Press, 1985.
254 pages. Voluminously illustrated in black and white and color. Foreword by Charles C. Eldredge, Director of the National Museum of American Art. Index of more
Boston: New York Graphic Society, 1985.
288 pages. 170 illustrations, more than half in color. Bibliography. Index of Locations. Index. This is thefirst book in English to examine this period comprehensively, more
London: Spring Books, 1972.
320 pages. Small folio, forty color plates and 350 black and white illustrations. Photographs by Ian Graham. Thirty-six houses were selected to represent the best more
Thuillier, Jacques & Albert Chatelet
Geneva: Skira, 1964.
275 pp. 106 full-color, tipped-in plates. Bibliography. Index. ARNTZEN/RAINWATER M195. "A well written survey of French painting from Jean Fouquet (born c.1420) toNicolas Poussin (1594-1665). more
NY: College Art Association, 1964.
85 pages in text. Ninety black and white and two color plates. Index of Manuscripts. Index. The text of theIldefonsus is an impassioned tirade against more
NY: Macmillan, 1901.
212 pp. 8vo, forty-two illustrations. Bibliography. more
Bernheim de Villers, Gaston
Paris: Quatre Chemins, 1949.
106 pp. 4to, illusrated in black and white and with one color lithograph. Limited edition, copy 262 of 1000. Confessions of a painter, art critic, more