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Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press, 2002. Extensively illustrated in color and black & white. 251 pages. Square 4to, red cloth, dust wrapper. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press, (2002). Gift inscription on half-title (not the author's hand, see below), else a near fine copy. Signed by Herbert on title page.
Cambridge: Hougton Libary, 1990. Facsimile reproduction of the black and white drawings by Frederick Rehberg of Emma Hamilton. Pamphlet, pictorial russet colored wrappers, 20 pages (some foxing, mostly on wrappers), large 8vo. The Houghton Library, Cambridge, 1990. A near fine copy. Emma Hamilton (1765 - 1815) was an English model and actress, best known as a muse for the painter George Romney.
1968. Poster. Offset lithograph. 45 x 29 inches. Iconic and playful Village Voice poster. Ungerer did a series of posters for The Voice, this one being as hard to find as the rest. Small repairs to margins otherwise in good condition. The Village Voice, was the nation's first alternative weekly newspaper, covering the counter-culture from 1955 to 2018. Tomi Ungerer (1931-2019), was born in Alsace, France. He was an acclaimed illustrator and author who brought a scampish style to children's.....
New York: Viking, 1994. Illustrated with numerous color paintings by Rodrigue. Thin square 4to, blue pictorial boards, matching board slipcase with die-cut eyes (a bit scuffed at edges). New York: Viking Studio Book, (1994). First trade edition. A fine copy in a very good slipcase, signed by both Rodrigue and Freundlich on front endpaper.
New York: Aperture, 2000. Profusely illustrated with hundreds of duotone photographic plates, printed in Switzerland. 431 pages. Tall thick 4to, gray cloth, slightly edgeworn dust wrapper. (New York: Aperture, 2000). First edition in English. A fine copy in a near fine dust wrapper. Pamphlet included in pocket at rear.
Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1943. Illustrated. 601 pages. Short thick 4to, dark blue cloth (shelfworn and a bit bumped at corners). Cambridge: Harvard UP, (1943). Fourth printing. Internally clean; a very good(-) copy, lacking the dust wrapper The Charles Eliot Norton Lectures for 1938-1939.
Philadelphia: Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, 1985. Frontispiece portrait, and 170 plates, many in color. 38 pages of text. Slim square 4to, pictorial wrappers. Philadelphia: Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, (1985). First softcover edition. A near fine copy, signed by Grooms in red ink on the frontispiece portrait, along with a sticker, also in red ink, reading "seeing red"