London: Arts Council of Britain, 1978. Profusely illustrated in black & white and color. 506pp., folio, stiff pictorial gray wrappers (edges slightly rubbed). (London): Arts Council of Great Britain, 1978. First Edition. Very good (+). Published in association with the exhibition held at the Hayward Gallery, London from 11 January to 27 March 1978.
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New York: Rizzoli, 2004. With the assistance of Montse Aguer. More than 200 full page color plates, many other illustrations in both color and black & white. 607 pages. Thick 4to, glossy pictorial wrappers. New York: Rizzoli, in Association with the Philadelphia Museum of Art, (2005). First softcover edition. A very near fine copy.
New York: Braziller, 1995. Introduction by John Russell. 214 color plates. Thick square 4to, orange cloth, d.w.; publisher's blue cloth slipcase. New York: Braziller, (1995). First Edition. The first comprehensive overview of this important American artist. Presentation copy, signed in red, orange green and blue ink.
Warsaw: M. M. Art Books, 1994. Signed. Illustrated throughout in color. 142pp. Tall & slim 4to, stiff wrappers, scuffed d.w. Warsaw: M. M. Art Books, (1994). Edges slightly sunned, still a near fine copy in a very good(+) dust wrapper. A scarce book. Signed and dated by Ryszard Horowitz on the title page.
Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1969. Translations by Edouard Roditi. 2 drawings by Arshile Gorky. Text in French & English on facing pages, printed on pale blue paper. Slim 8vo, gilt-stamped green cloth, graphic pictorial dust wrapper in green/red/black designed by Quentin Fiore (some light toning and faint ghost of old cellotape, now removed). Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, . First American trade edition, originally published in 1946 as a limited edition. Cute gift inscription on front endpaper.....
New York: Gemor, 1942. Including the cover, there are 3 mounted plates by Andre Masson. Unpaginated. Tall slim 8vo, original black wrappers with paper spine label (rubbed; head of spine chipped; partial loss to spine label). New York: Gemor Press, 1942. First A very good copy of this scarce book featuring the prose & poetic work of American surrealist Hugh Chishom . Limited edition of 500 copies, set by Hand. The Gemor Press was founded by Anais Nin, and very.....
Milan: Ciranna, 1969. 12 page introduction by Cesare Vivaldi. 174 black and white illustartions. Folio, green cloth (rear cover and top edge of front cover dampstained, slightly effecting first blank page and the fore-edges). Milano: Alfonso Ciranna & Rome: Edizioni La Medusa, (1969). Limited edition -- number 641 of 1500 numbered copies. Overall a good usable copy.