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New York: Abrams, 1993. Packed with 764 illustrations, including 474 in color. 435pp. Thick square 4to, terra cotta cloth. Fort Worth: Amon Carter Museum & New York: Abrams, (1993). First edition. Large ink stamps from Harry Abrams Editorial Library on front & rear endpapers; small stamp on top edge, otherwise a fine copy, lacking the dust wrapper.
Paris: Bernheim, 1924. Illustrated with 41 plates, including several in color, and the original etching "Portrait de Berthe Morisot." 120, pp. Short 4to, handsomely rebound in contemporary 3/4 black morocco over marbled boards; ornate gilt- stamped spine with raised bands; marbled endpapers, uncut edges, t.e.g. With the original pictorial wrappers bound-in. Paris: Bernheim- Jeune, 1924. Very light rubbing to leather at corners; binder's blank flyleaves are discolored and slightly chipped, otherwise a near fine copy with the etching in fine.....
Cologne: Walther Konig, 2006. With essays by Daniel Baumann, Yilmaz Dziowior, Scott Rothkopf, and Janneke de Vries. Well illustrated, including many full page color plates. 128 pages. Small 4to, black cloth, white d.w. (slightly discolored in a few spots). Koln: Walther Konig, (2006). A fine copy in a very good(+) dust wrapper. Presentation copy, to Nan Rosenthal, signed by Scott Rothkopf. Also present is note card with a long and warm message to Nan Rosenthal, signed by Scott Rothkopf...
London: Thames & Hudson, 1956. A Study of his Work by Elgar. A Biographical Study by Maillard. Translated by Francis Scarfe. 398 illustrations 75 in color. 315 pages, 8vo, light blue cloth (some subtle soiling), dust wrapper (worn and torn). London: Thames & Hudson, 1956. A very good copy in a good dust wrapper. Definitive full biography. Complete appraisal.
Cambridge: Havard College Library, 1987. Illustrated with black & white facsimiles. 52pp. Slim 4to, stiff printed wrappers. Cambridge: Harvard College Library, 1987. First edition. Slightly sunned near edges of wrappers, otherwise a near fine copy. Catalog for an exhibition held at the Houghton Library at Harvard.
Munich: Kehayoff, 1999. Illustrated with a profusion of photographs, finely reproduced. 407pp. Short thick folio, gold patterned boards with inset pictorial label (lightly bumped at corners and spine ends; internally fine). Munich: Gina Kehayoff, 1999. First edition in English. A very good(+) copy of this uncommon monograph.
Los Angeles: Cinubia, 1994. Introduction by Farova and edited by Heiting. 73 full-page photographs, handsomely printed. Slim 4to, stiff printed wrappers. (Los Angeles: Cinubia, 1994). First softcover edition. A near fine copy with very slightly roughed corners. A magnificent catalogue, published in conjunction with the touring exhibition.
Milan: Rizzoli, 1969. Profusely illustrated with 122 small hand- tipped plates, mostly in color, plus 50 large color plates, many folding. 164pp of text printed on fine paper. Large heavy folio, green cloth, matching cloth slipcase. (Milano: Rizzoli Editore, 1969). First edition. Text in Italian. A near fine copy in a broken box. Grandi Monografie d'Arte, a cura di Paolo Lecaldano.
Los Angeles: Univ. of California Press. 2015. Profusely illustrated, mostly in color. 286 pages. 4to, orange cloth, d.w. Los Angeles: Univ. of California Press, (2015). Head is slightly bumped, else near fine. Beautifully illustrated catalogue printed to accompany the first major museum retrospective of Lewis, the sole Aftrican American artist of his generation to commit his career to abstraction.
Los Angeles: University of California Press. 2015. Profusely illustrated, mostly in color. 286 pages. 4to, orange cloth, d.w. Los Angeles: University of California Press, (2015). First edition. A fine copy in a fine dust wrapper. Beautifully illustrated catalogue printed to accompany the first major museum retrospective of Lewis, the sole Aftrican American artist of his generation to commit his career to abstraction.