Irvine: Art Gallery, University of California, 1968. More than 30 works illustrated, including several full page color plates. 59pp., thin 8vo, glossy, pictorial wrappers, ink ownership name of Nan Rosenthal on front endpaper; lightly rubbed. Irvine: Art Gallery, University of California, 1968. A very good copy of this scarce exhibition catalog. Works by Wallace Berman, Edward Kienholz, George Herms, Bruce Conner, Fred Mason, and Ben Talbert.
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New York: Associated, 1972. Illustrated profusely in b/w. 88pp, plus 6 pages of extra illustrations. Small thin 4to, paper wrappers (small sticker on top corner of front cover, back cover has some small stains). New York: Associated American Artists, 1972. Catalogue from the exhibition on March 20 - April 15, 1972.
Rome: Associazone Nazionale Per Il Restauro Dei Monumenti Danneggiati Dalla Guerra, 1947. Text by Emilio Lavagnino. Profusely illustrated with black & white photographs. 132 pages with text In Italian. Tall thin 4to, printed wrappers. Wrappers are lightly yellowed with age. Rome: Associazone Nazionale Per Il Restauro Dei Monumenti Danneggiati Dalla Guerra, 1947. A very good (+) copy.
Paris: Robert Delpire, 1956. Profusely illustrated with b/w photogravures and some color images by Inge Morath. Slim 4to, pale gray cloth, with decorated cover designed by Picasso, printed mylar dust wrapper (chipped). Paris: Robert Delpire & London: Photography Magazine, (1956). A very good copy in a poor dust wrapper.
London: Sotheran, 1882. 36 fine chromolithographs, printed by the Firmin-Didot, depicting Mediaeval ornamentation as it applies to various architectural structures, each with unnumbered text pages. viii + 32 pages, slim folio, original brown pebbled cloth with gilt title. The authors were practicing architects and wrote the book to meet the demands of growing interest for the gothic period. London: Henry Sotheran & Co., 1882. First Edition. Small ex-libris stamp at foot of title page and a few small ink numbers.....
New York: Weatherhill, 1970. Profusely illustrated with well-printed b/w gravures and some color photographs by Dana Levy. 215 pages. 4to, green cloth, edgeworn dust wrapper. New York: Weatherhill, (1970). First edition. Ownership signature of artist Gene Moore, still a very good(+) copy in a very good(-) dust wrapper.