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New Haven: Yale University Press, 1996. More than 200 illustrations in both color and black and white. xxi + 265pp., 4to, blue cloth, d.w.; dust wrapper lightly rubbed and with faded spine. New Haven: Yale University Press for The Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art, 1996. A fine copy in a near fine dust wrapper.
London: Pitman, 1933. Three volumes bound together, with separate pagination. Volumes I & II color frontis., each volume extensively illustrated in black and white. Tall, thick 8vo, blue cloth; spine lightly worn and faded, some spotting on inside front and rear covers and endpapers. London: Sir Isaac Pitman & Sons, 1933 & 1934. Internally fine, a very good (+) copy.
New York: Privately Printed, 1922. Many Illus., some in color. Thin 4to, blue cloth with gilt decoration on front cover, spine sunned, front cover sunned near top edge. New York: Privatlely printed for Valentine's Manual, 1922. First Edition. Very good Presentation copy from Henry Collins Brown to an acting Mayor of New York City. Henry Collins Brown was editor of the Valentine's Manuals, author of many books on New York City, and the founder of the Museum of the City.....
Hastings-on-Hudson: Valentine's Manual, 1928. Mr. I. N. Phelps Stokes, Mr. J. Pierpont Morgan, Mr. W. Loring Andrews... and Others. Many plates, some in color. Small folio, original 1/2 blue cloth, boards with some light soiling, spine with small area of light soiling. Hastings-on-Hudson: Valentine's Manual, 1928. First Edition. Very good Mostly views of 19th century New York architecture. Also there are several views of 17th century Dutch and English New York.
Leipzig: Heinrich Keller, 1937. 2 volumes., 653 black & white illustrations throughout the text, tall 4to, brown cloth, (corners bumped), decoratively gilt spine. Leipzig: Heinrich Keller, 1937, 1938. First Edition. Near fine. Veroffentlichung der Kunstwissenschaftlichen Abteilung des Kaiser-Wilhelm-Instituts fur Kunst und Kulturwissenschaft.
Illustrated throughout with detailed photographs of Canova's work in b/w & color, by Paolo Cusenza & Mauro Negro. 79pp. Thin 4to, white boards, d.w. Italy: Vianello Libri, (1987). Ink stamp from Harry Abrams Editorial Library, otherwise a near fine copy of this very uncommon monograph of Antonio Canova's work housed at the Gyspotheca Museum, Possagno.