New York: Dia Art Foundation, 2012. 100 drawings, ink on photographic paper. 290 pages. 4to, yellowish printed wrappers, protected with mylar. New York: Dia Art Foundation, (2012). First Edition. A fine copy. Foreword by Phillipe Vergne. Contains 10 critical essays by various authors. Catalogue published in conjunction with the 2010-2011 presentation of Koo Jeong A's work at Dia Beacon and several other sites.
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New South Wales: Craftsman House, 1996. Double-page title page image; illustrated profusely in color and black and white. 226 pages, short 4to, neon orange boards with silver stamping, dust wrapper. New South Whales: Craftsman House in association with G+B Arts International. A near fine copy in a near fine dust wrapper.
Milan: Amilcare Pizzi, 1955. Introductory texts in Italian, French, German & English. Profusely illustrated throughout with 100 plates showing 248 images. The mounted facsimiles are faithfully reproduced in original colors, embellished with gold, and protected with lettered tissue. Massive folio, bound in publishers leather-backed pictorial boards (reproducing the original gilt-decorated covers); worn at spine ends, board slipcase broken, worn. Milan: Amilcare Pizzi, 1955. Limited edition -- un-numbered copy from a run of 2030. Internally fine, a very good (+) copy.....
London: Hamlyn, 1970. Illustrated profusely in black and white with some additional color images. Double-page frontispiece and title-page image, 51 pages of text. 4to, tan boards, d.w. (two large tears near spine, chipped on back, worn at edges). London: Hamlyn, (1970). A very good(+) copy-- minor bump at corner-- in a very good(-) dust wrapper. Albrecht Durer was the first non-Italian able to absorb and make use of the techniques of the Italian Renaissance.
New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2017. 370 color illustrations. 392 pages. Large thick 4to, brown cloth, d.w. New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, (2017). Large dampstain to upper edge of front cover, not effecting text, otherwise near fine in a near fine dust wrapper. With essays by Claire Barry, Francesco Caglioti, Caroline Elam, Marcella Marongiu, and Mauro Mussolin.
London: Encyclopaedic Press, 1953. Black & white drawings and photographic illustrations throughout. 111 pages. 4to, blue cloth with gilt lettering. London: Encyclopaedic Press, (1953). Spine, boards and pages lightly sunned. Hilary Knight's ink stamp on front endpaper. A very good(+) copy lacking the dust wrapper.
North Hollywood: Cythera Press, 1968. Edited by Ludwig von Brunn. Introduction by Wilhelm M. Busch. Numerous black & white erotic illustrations. 238 pages. 2 parts in 1 volume. 4to, stiff green wrappers. North Hollywood: Cythera Press/Brandon House, (1968). Exterior page edges toned, slightly dust-soiled. A very good(+) copy.
Haarlem: De Erven F. Bohn, 1939. Text in Dutch. Veertigste Druk geillustreerd door Jo Spier. Profusely illustrated with full page and text drawings. 462 pages. Tall 4to, gilt decorated red buckram (paper over interior hinges repaired and slightly rumpled, but hinges firm). Haarlem: De Erven F. Bohn, 1939. A very good(+) copy. A collection of tales and sketches of life and manners in Holland, first published in 1839 by the Dutch cleric and professor of theology at Utrecht...
London: Alston Rivers, 1926. Illustrated in black and white with a tipped in portrait of the author. 80 pages. 4to, green cloth with gold stamped lettering. London: Alston Rivers, (1926). Signed at rear of front flyleaf by the author. One of 200 signed copies. Cloth stained and edgeworn but internally clean. Good. Of this Edition two hundred copies have been printed and signed by the Artiste. This is No. 16.