Washington: National Gallery of Art, 1982. Hundreds of black and white photo illustrations plus 8 full page color plates. 225pp., 4to, stiff pictorial wrappers; lightly rubbed, frayed at spine ends and with some soiling on the rear cover. Washington, D.C.: National Gallery of Art, 1982. Very good copy.
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New York: Catherine Viviano Gallery, 1962. Illustrated in black and white. 16 pages, very very slim square 8vo, pictorial wrappers (light all over surface rubbing). New York: Catherine Viviano Gallery, 1962. A near fine copy. Exhibition catalog with excerpts from the lectures On My Painting" and "Three Letters to a Woman Painter" by Max Beckman.
Paris: Echo, 1992. Illustrated, mostly in color. Unpaginated exhibition catalogue comprised of square sheets, loose as issued, and housed in an etched metal box with magnetic lid closure; outer board slipcase. [Paris]: Echo International, 1992. A fine copy of this elaborate and unusual catalogue. First edition from the exhibition du 19 Juin au 2 Aout, 1992. A la Grande Halle - La Villette.
Middlesex: Private Libraries Association, 1985. With an introductory memoir by Joan Hassall and an appreciation of her technique by George Mackley. 469 black & white illustrations by Joan Hassall. 160pp. Tall 8vo, black cloth. Middlesex: Private Libraries Assocaition, (1985). A near fine copy without a dust wrapper.
New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2000. Preface by Pierre Rosenberg. 99 color reproductions. 355 pages. 4to, stiff printed wrappers. London: Royal Academy of Arts & New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2000. First American edition. A near fine copy. Published on the occasion of the exhibition "Chardin," with chapters by Pierre Rosenberg, Marie-Laure De Rochebrune, Antoine Schnapper, Katie Scott, Colin B. Bailey, and Rene Demoris.
Paris: Ministere de la Culture, 1985. Text in French. Illustrated throughout in color and black & white. 302pp. Short & square 4to, stiff pictorial boards. (Paris: Ministere de la Culture / Editions de la Reunion des musees nationaux, 1985). Slightly edge-worn, still a very good(+) copy. Catalog for an exhibition at the Musee du Luxembourg in Paris, November 29, 1985 - February 2, 1986.
Dallas: Meadows Museum, 2015. Well-illustrated throughout, mostly in color. 363 pages. Thick square 4to, red cloth, d.w., red cloth clamshell case with pictorial mounted label. Dallas Texas: Meadows Museum, (2015). First edition, A fine copy in a fine dust wrapper and box. Published in conjunction with the exhibition at Meadows Museum, SMU & The Frist Center for the Visual Arts, Nashville. An special copy, not usually seen in a slipcase.
New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1988. Color frontispiece and 315 illustrations, 100 in full color. 385 pages. Large square 4to, brown cloth, d.w. New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art/Abrams, (1988). Faint dampstain at bottom of cloth on rear cover, pages un-effected, otherwise near fine. A very good copy in a near fine dust wrapper.
New York: Christie's, 1998. 3 volumes. The famous auction catalogue of this massive collection. Illustrated throughout in color & b/w. Short 4to, blue glossy pictorial boards. New York: Christie's, 1998. A fine set of this important reference. Volume I: The Middle Ages and The Renaissance. Volume II: The Age of Reason. Volume III: The Modern Age.
Youngstown: Butler Institute, 1989. Illustrated with 55 black & white images.  pages cataloue prepared to accompany the 1989 exhibition at the Butler Institute for American Art. Includes a selected bibliography. A very good(+) copy, with the ownership signature of Nan Rosenthal, the curator of modern art the Metropolitan Museum and National Gallery.
New York: Pacewildenstein, 2000. Color & b/w illustrations throughout. Slim folio, white wrappers with glossy color illustrated dust wrapper. New York: Pacewildenstein, 2000. First edition. A fine copy with ownership signature of Nan Rosenthal, the curator of modern art the Metropolitan Museum and National Gallery.