New York: New York Chapter, the American Institute of Architects, 1988. Many photo Illustrations. Square, small 8vo, printed wrappers; very minor scuffing to front cover. New York: New York Chapter, the American Institute of Architects, (1988). Near Fine Exhibition catalogue of New York architecture.
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London: Methuen, 1904. THREE VOLUMES. 32 color illustrations by Pugin and Rowlandson. xiv + 231pp., xiv + 239pp., 288pp., large 8vo, vellum-backed original boards; some corners damaged, heads of spines chipped, one label missing, covers lightly soiled and worn. London: Methuen & Co., 1904. Internally clean and tight, overall, a very good(-) set.
London: Methuen, 1904. 3 volumes. 32 color illustrations by Pugin and Rowlandson. xiv + 231; xiv + 239; 288 pages. Large 8vo, original vellum-backed pale blue boards; some corners rubbed, labels chipped, covers lightly toned. London: Methuen & Co., 1904. Internally clean and tight, overall, a very good set.
London: R. Ackermann, 1808. Beautifully illustrated with 104 brilliantly hand-colored aquatint plates after Thomas Rowlandson and A.C. Pugin [Pugin engraved the architectural details & Rowlandson the figures]. 3 volumes. Illustrated woodcut titles and engraved dedication page to the Prince of Wales in each volume. , iv, , 231; , vi, 239; , iv, 280,  pages. Large 4tos, bound in contemporary 3/4 red calf over marbled boards with gilt spines; marbled endpapers; all edges yellow. London: R. Ackermann, 1808-1810. First.....
New York: Pace Gallery, 2021. Illustrated profusely in black and white throughout. 266 pages. 4to, grey cloth boards with black embossed lettering, all edges black. New York: Pace Gallery, (2021). A fine copy. This new volume, designed in collaboration with American artist Adam Pendleton (born 1984) and Ghanaian British artist and architect David Adjaye (born 1966), explores the blurred boundary between art and architecture. Featuring new silkscreen canvases by Pendleton and marble sculptures by Adjaye, this publication brings the artists.....
Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 1932. 20 in text images and 64 pages of black & white illustrations at rear. xiii, (iii), 96 pages plus index. Tall slim 8vo, red cloth. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 1932. First edition. A very good(+) copy. Ownership label of art historian Meyer Schapiro on the pastedown endpaper. Series: Grundriss der slavischen Philologie und Kulturgeschichte.
Chicago: The Reuben H. Donnelley Corporation, 1933. Vibrant color illustrations throughout. Slim oblong 8vo, blue printed boards, edgeworn. Chicago: The Reuben H. Donnelley Corporation, (1933). Paperclip impression on first several pages and small discoloration on front endpaper, still a very good copy.
New York: Braziller, 1960. Complete 11 individual monographs, housed in 2 slipcases: Alvar Aalto by Frederick Gutheim, Frank lloyd Wright by Vincent Scully, Pier Luigi Nervi by Ada Louise Huxtable, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe by Arthur Drexler, Le Corbusier by Francoise Choay, Antonio Gaudi by George Collins, Walter Gropius by James Marston Fitch, Richard Neutra by Esther McCoy, Louis Sullivan by Albert Bush-Brown, Oscar Niemeyer by Stamos Papadaki, Eric Mendelsohn by Wolf Von Eckardt. Short thin 4tos, pale blue.....