London: Phaidon, 1974. Full-page color frontispiece and illustrated with 204 smaller b/w images. 194 pages. Thin 4to, gilt-lettered brown cloth. (London & New York: Phaidon, 1974). First edition. Top edge foxed, else a near fine copy. Very good in very good(+) dust wrapper. The 3rd and final volume of the Dutch portraitist's monograph which contains an extensive critical catalogue, in chronological order, of his paintings. National Gallery of Art: Kress Foundation Studies in the History of European Art...
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Tuscany: Leo S. Olschki Editore, 1983. Illustrated with black and white and color paintings and sketches throughout. 213 pages. 4to, red boards, dust wrapper. Tuscany: Leo S. Olschki Editore, (1983). Foxing on outer page edges and at top margins of first & last several pages, along with inside of wrapper, otherwise a near fine copy of this uncommon book. Arte e Archeologia, Studi e Documenti no. 20.
Paris: Galerie de France, 1985. Includes essay " L'Atelier 1946" by Atanasiu. Well-illustrated, some in color. 94 pages with text in French & English. Slim 4to, printed wrappers, pictorial d.w. Paris: Galerie de France/Galeria Pieter Coray, (1985). A fine copy of this uncommon exhibition uncatalogue. Exhibition: Gallerie de France June-July 1985. Galleria Pieter Coray, September-October 1985.
Oxford: Phaidon, 1978. Illustrated in black and white throughout. 141 pages. 4to, orange boards, dust wrapper. Oxford: Phaidon, (1978). A very good(+) copy in a very good(+) dust wrapper. This handsome and scholarly book, the result of ten years of research by Roger Cole and the most complete study of Gaudier's work yet published, is a critical appraisal of both the man and his achievement. It is also the first comprehensive catalog of Gaudier's entire sculptural output and includes photographs.....
New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2008. Illustrated in color throughout. 472 pages. Thick 4to, pictorial glossy paper wrappers. New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, (2008). A near fine copy. Published in conjunction with the exhibition, Gustave Courbet, at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. With essays by Dominique De Font-Reaulx, Laurence Des Cars, Michel Hilaire, Bruno Mottin, Bertrand Tillier. "When I'm no longer controversial I will no longer be important." - Gustave Courbet, 1852.