New York: Lafayette Parke Gallery, 1987. Introduction by Roy Karlen. Profusely illustrated in black and white. Unpaginated, slim 8vo, printed wrappers (small crease on back cover). New York: Lafayette Parke Gallery, (1987). Near fine. Exhibition catalog from the Lafayette Parke Gallery in New York City -- November 5 to December 19, 1987.
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London: 1931. 1 page, 10 x 8 inches, Campden Hill, London, February 1, 1931. In this letter, Flint complies with a request, in full: "Here at last I am posting you a copy of the book duly autographed. With my kind regards and good wishes. W. Russell Flint." Tiny crease and closed tear in the top margin; very good(+) condition. Scottish artist and illustrator best known for his watercolor paintings of women.
1951. A.L.S., 12 mo. 2 pages, on his personalized card, Peel Cottage, March 10, 1951, in full: "Many thanks for your nice letter - you are very extravagant in buying my [painting] "Molds of Posterity." The life of St. Paul for which I made 4 large watercolors appeared in the American 'Woman's Home Companion' in 1931. I never saw it and only got pull-sheets of two, possibly three, of my companions. Thanks again for your kind appreciation and ... with.....
Milan: Alice Editions, 1974. Original frontispiece lithograph by Max Ernst, and 24 color plates by Folon. Thin oblong folio, stiff black card covers, thick pictorial dust wrapper. (Milan): Alice Editions, (1974). First Edition in English. Surrealistic watercolors. No. 262 of 1740 copies. Fine, in broken cardboard case.
Milan: Alice Editions, 1974. Original frontispiece lithograph by Max Ernst, and 24 color plates by Folon. Thin oblong folio, stiff black card covers, thick pictorial dust wrapper. (Milan): Alice Editions, (1974). First Edition in French. Surrealistic watercolors. One of of 3500 copies. Fine, in cardboard case.
London: National Portrait Gallery, 1984. Illustrated in black & white and color. 148 pages. Short 4to, printed wrappers. London: National Portrait Gallery, (1984). Pages slightly toned at margins, and minor dings and scratches to wrappers, still a very good(+) clean and tight copy of this scarce book.
New York: Abrams, 1967. 30 full-page plates. 103pp., folio, cloth with inlaid plate on front cover, clear, printed dust wrapper; minor wear to lower edge, dust wrapper chipped at head of spine. New York: Harry N. Abrams, (1967). Internally fine, a very good copy in a very good dust wrapper. Works by Schiele, Klee, Nolde, Chagall, Picasso, Ernst, et al.
New York: Watson-Guptill Publication, 1970. Illustrated with 32 color plates. 88pp. Square 4to, gilt-stamped green cloth, d.w. (wrapper edgeworn with a tear). New York: Watson-Guptill in cooperation with The Brooklyn Museum and The Metropolitan Museum of Art, (1970). Light edgewear on cloth and previous owner's pen signature on front free endpaper. A very good(+) copy in a very good dust wrapper.