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Paris: Mazarine, 1926. Biographical introduction by R. Cantinelli. Illustrated with 20 fine engravings, each one tipped-in and with the original mat. Notes on each plate at rear. Thin folio, rebound in 3/4 maroon leather over marbled boards (rubbed, spine ends damaged; internally fine). Text is in French. Paris: Edition Mazarine, 1926. Limited edition, number 316 of 636 copies.
Paris: Editions du Chene, 2012. Illustrated throughout, mostly in color. 205 pages with text in both French & English. Short 4to, glossy pictorial boards, issued without dust wrapper. Paris: Editions du Chene, (2012). First edition. A fine copy, inscribed by the author on the title page. The story of famous Parisian pigment manufacturer, revered throughout the world, and still used by many the greatest artists.
New York: Macmillan, 1980. Edited and with an introduction by Arthur D. Trottenberg. Illustrated throughout with full-page sepia photographs by Eugene Atget, from the Berenice Abbott collection. 211 pages. Square 4to, gilt stamped brown cloth, d.w. New York: Macmillan, (1980). Second edition. A near fine copy in a very good dust wrapper.
Paris: Contet, 1920. 307 black & white plates, loose as issued in original publisher's cloth-backed marbled board portfolios with green cloth spines and ties. Each elephant portfolio of plates has essays by leading specialists on the historic and architectural background of the featured buildings. No plates are missing from the volumes present. Paris: Contet, 1919-1920. The plates are very good, though the bindings are quite rough and partially broken. Monumental photographic survey of the architecture of the grand hotels of.....