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New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2010. 453 illustrations, including 337 in full color. xii + 484 pages. Very thick 4to, red pictorial boards, d.w. New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, (2010). A fine copy in a near fine dust wrapper. Maryan W. Ainsworth, Stijn Alsteesn and Nadine M. Orenstein with Contributions by Others.
New York: Prestel, 1995. Catalog for exhibitions at the Royal Academy of Arts in London and the Pierpont Morgan Library. Illustrated throughout in color. 272pp. Short 4to, glossy pictorial wrappers. (New York: Prestel, 1995). A near fine copy. With contributions by Jonathan J.G. Alexander, Lilian Armstrong, Giordana Mariani Canova, Federica Toniolo, William M. Voelkle, and Roger S. Wieck.
New York: Artabras, 1988. Principal photography by Takashi Okamura. Exquisitely illustrated with hundreds of photos in color and black & white. 2 volumes, Thick and heavy 4tos, blue cloth, pictorial slipcase. New York: Artabras, Abbeville Press, (1988). A fine copy in a fine slipcase. The art and architecture of Florence throughout the ages.
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.
London: British Museum Press, 2002. Illustrated in black and white and color. 317 pages. 4to, glossy pictorial wrappers. London: British Museum Press, (2002). A near fine copy. With contributions by Gunter Grass, Joseph L. Koerner and Ute Kuhlemann. The illustrations include all Durer's Best-known prints as well as numerous drawings and watercolors.