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Washington D.C. Smithsonian, 1977. 96pp. Small, thin, 8vo, paper wrappers (spine hinge very slightly loose on front flyleaf, first few pages have very small chip on bottom edge near spine). City of Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1976. A very good(+) copy, signed by artist with a personal message. Catalogue from an exhibition which took place at the National Collection of Fine Arts, Smithsonian Institution from November 19 - January 16.
Boston: Museum of Fine Arts, 1962. 2 volumes. Introduction by Henry P. Rossiter. With 24 color plates, and 407 black & white illustrations. 4to, brown cloth-backed boards, in board slipcase. Boston: Museum of Fine Arts, 1962. First edition. Fine copies in a very good(+) slipcase. "Contains useful information for the study of 19th century American draughtsmen and watercolorists." - Arntzen/Rainwater L80. Printed at the Stinehour Press.
New York: 1999. The Meyer Schapiro Artist Award, No. 1. With a critical essay by David Rubin. Frontispiece portrait and 30 illustrations. 47pp. Thin 4to, pictorial wrappers. New York: Meyer Schapiro Program, 1999. A very good(+) copy of this exhibition catalogue. Fine. Inscribed by the artist to Lillian (Schapiro), along with a separate handwritten letter to her.
New York: Abrams, 1961. With 16 color plates in detachable mats (two extra mats in pocket at rear); some other b/w illustrations. Slim square 4to, black and white cloth with large pictorial label on cover, lettered mylar wrapper (a few chips and tears). New York: Abrams, (1961). Second edition. As usual, the white cloth is a bit sun-darkened at edges, otherwise a very good(+) copy in very good(-) dust wrapper.
New York: Museum of Modern Art, 2001. With 255 illustrations, including 112 color and 90 duotone. 296 pages. 4to, gray silk cloth, d.w. New York: Museum of Modern Art, distributed by Harry Abrams, (2001). First American edition. A fine copy. Published on the occasion of the 2001-2 exhibition at Kunsthaus, Zurich and MOMA, New York.
Berlin: Vormals Euphorion, 1977. Introduction by Ernest Rathenau. Tipped-in original lithographic sketch of a goat signed in pencil by Kokoschka, 141 black and white plates, 17pp. of text, 4to, gilt-lettered burgundy cloth, board slipcase. Berlin: Vormals Euphorion, (1977). Near Fine. Limited Edition, number 45 out of 100 copies with an original signed Kokoschka lithograph on Japan paper.
Boston: New York Graphic Society, 1988. Beautifully illustrated with 95 color and 157 black-and-white illustrations. 278pp., thick 4to, cloth, d.w. Boston: A New York Graphic Society Book, (1988). First American edition. A fine copy in a near fine price clipped dust wrapper. This book was published in connection with the 306th exhibition of the Graphische Sammlung Albertina in Vienna: Albrecht Durer and the Plant Studies of the Renaissance, April 18 to June 30, 1985.