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.
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London: Fine Art Society, 1905. descriptive catalogue of his etched works. 45 plates, (26 etchings, 4 watercolors and 16 pencil drawings) portrait of Haig and 1 original etching signed in pencil of the Burgos Cathedral, lettered tissue guards throughout. Rubricated title, t.e.g.. Scattered foxing on the first few pages. Very thick tall 4to, 3/4 green morocco. London: Fine Art Society, 1905.
Sussex: Dominic's Press, 1920. With an Introduction, Appendix and Illustrations by Eric Gill. 31 in-text woodcut figures. viii, 40pp. Short slim 8vo, 1/4 cloth over brown printed boards (a little edgeworn and dusty; front endpaper toned and with ghost of old inscription, otherwise quite clean). Ditchling, Sussex: S. Dominic's Press, 1920. A very good(+) copy of this scarce book.
Paris: Ambroise Vollard, 1904. No text save the title page. This is a suite of 213 woodcut engravings by Armand Seguin, printed on thin China paper before lettering; loose as issued in printed wrappers. Paris: Ambroise Vollard, 1904. Minimal foxing on a handful of plates, still a very good(+) copy of this scarce limited edition -- number 8 [of only 20]. The total edition was 350 and this suite was intended to accompany the 20 special copies printed on Japan.....
Newcastle-Upon-Tyne: Andrew Reid, 1886. 53 plates and numerous text engravings, + two portraits of Bewick. Large thick 4to, pebbled black morocco with gilt dentelles & stamping; beveled edges; armorial bookplate. Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Andrew Reid, 1886. Limited Edition. Some light scuffing and wear at extremities, still a near fine copy. Large Paper Edition, limited to 250 copies. Laid in is a prospectus for the book, stating that each copy will be carefully printed by hand on paper especially made for this work.....
Middlesex: Private Libraries Association, 1985. With an introductory memoir by Joan Hassall and an appreciation of her technique by George Mackley. 469 black & white illustrations by Joan Hassall. 160pp. Tall 8vo, black cloth. Middlesex: Private Libraries Assocaition, (1985). A near fine copy without a dust wrapper.
Paris: Delagrave, 1923. Color frontispiece and 7 other color plates; 204 b/w reproductions. 258pp. Large 4to, morocco-backed marbled boards with raised bands and red leather labels on spine, t.e.g. (corners bumped; labels chipped and spine ends repaired; internally clean). Paris: Librairie Delagrave, 1923. Very good. Small ownership signature of art historian Meyer Schapiro.