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Leipzig: Heinrich Keller, 1937. 2 volumes., 653 black & white illustrations throughout the text, tall 4to, brown cloth, (corners bumped), decoratively gilt spine. Leipzig: Heinrich Keller, 1937, 1938. First Edition. Near fine. Veroffentlichung der Kunstwissenschaftlichen Abteilung des Kaiser-Wilhelm-Instituts fur Kunst und Kulturwissenschaft.
Illustrated throughout with detailed photographs of Canova's work in b/w & color, by Paolo Cusenza & Mauro Negro. 79pp. Thin 4to, white boards, d.w. Italy: Vianello Libri, (1987). Ink stamp from Harry Abrams Editorial Library, otherwise a near fine copy of this very uncommon monograph of Antonio Canova's work housed at the Gyspotheca Museum, Possagno.
New York: Stringer & Townsend, 1854. 22 plates, and other in-text illustrations. 326pp. Short 8vo, original gilt-stamped green cloth (spine ends slightly worn; rear cover stained, foxing throughout, including plates). New York: Stringer & Townsend, 1854. First edition. A very good(-) copy. Hitchcock, 235.
Aberdeen: Wyllie & Son, 1886. With descriptive and historical notes by Munro. Thin 4to, original dark blue beveled cloth lettered in gilt (spine quite chipped, but neatly repaired; inner hinge repaired), uncut edges, t.e.g. Aberdeen: D. Wyllie & Son, 1886. First edition. Interior fine, overall very good.
Milan: Electa/Rizzoli, 1989. Profusely illustrated. 2 volumes. Small square 4to, glossy pictorial wrappers. Milan & New York: Electa/Rizzolui, (1989). A near fine copy. Volume 1 covers India, Indonesia & Indochina. Volume 2 deals with China, Korea, & Japan. Redesigned paperback of the original Italian edition of 1973.