Paris: Pierre Didot, 1812. 2 volumes (only) out of 4, volume 2 parts 1 & 2. Profusely illustrated with spectacular copper engravings showing a wide range of subjects including detailed records of architecture, antiquities, interiors, landscapes, town views and decorative arts. Volume 2 part I has 86 plates on 75 leaves, plus 2 full page maps. 50 pages of text (XIV + 36 pp). LACKS the following 5 plates: Frontispiece; V. Vue General de Cordove; XIV. Salle ou se Conservoit.....
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Paris: Jombert, 1744. Copper engraved title page vignette by Cochin, 2 head and tail pieces by Cochin and 45 engraved fold out plates, 10 by Cochin and 35 by Chedel. xvi, 231, 1pp. + 8 page catalogue of Jombert. 8vo, original mottled calf, spine chipped and very worn. Paris: Ch. A. Jombert, 1744. A very good clean copy in a worn binding. This book reproduces the Le Clerc(1637-1714) plates which were geometric designs placed above charming vignette landscapes or genre.....
London: The Studio, 1932. Illustrated throughout in b/w, including some mounted photographs demonstrating technique. 96 pages. Short slim 4to, black cloth-backed decorative boards with paper label (spine a bit worn and lettering darkened; foxing on front and rear endpapers). London & New York: The Studio, 1932. A very good copy, signed on the front endpaper by Clare Leighton at a later date.
Paris: Societe pour l'Etude de la Gravure Francaise, 1913. Frontispiece portrait and 43 other plates, showing 205 smaller illustrations. 166 pages with text in French. Small 4to, original dark green printed wrappers, neatly repaired with at spine ends with matching paper; uncut edges. Paris: Secretariat/Societe pour l'Etude de la Gravure Francaise, 1913. Limited edition - one of 475 copies on Arches paper (total edition of 550).
Paris: Societe pour l'Etude de la Gravure Francaise, 1913. Frontispiece portrait and 43 other plates, showing 205 smaller illustrations. 166 pages with text in French. Small 4to, original dark green printed wrappers, neatly repaired with at spine ends and corner of cover with matching paper; uncut edges. Paris: Secretariat/Societe pour l'Etude de la Gravure Francaise, 1913. Limited edition - number 43 of 75 copies on Japan paper (total edition of 550). Overall a very good(+) copy with un-opened pages.
Paris: Mazarine, 1926. Biographical introduction by R. Cantinelli. Illustrated with 20 fine engravings, each one tipped-in and with the original mat. Notes on each plate at rear. Thin folio, rebound in 3/4 maroon leather over marbled boards (rubbed, spine ends damaged; internally fine). Text is in French. Paris: Edition Mazarine, 1926. Limited edition, number 316 of 636 copies.
1997. Illustrated with 40 color plates and many more in b/w. 144pp with text in French. Slim oblong 4to, pictorial wrappers (only very lightly worn at extremities). Chassieu: Imprimerie Delta for Musee de Brou, 1997. First edition. A near fine copy of this very scarce catalogue. Ce catalogue accompagne l'exposition "Adolphe Appian (1818 - 1898), Peintre et Graveur de l'Ecole Lyonnaise", presentee au Musee de Brou, Bourg-en-Bresse, 20 Juin au 21 Septembre 1997.
Amsterdam: Wetsteins and Smith, 1732. Translated by the Most Eminent Hands [Dryden, Addison, Pope, et al]. With Historical Explications of the Fables, written in French by the Abbot Banier... Adorned with sculptures by B. Picart, and other able Masters. 2 volumes with continuous pagination. Title pages printed in red & black with engraved vignettes. Superb allegorical frontispiece and 103 stunning half-page copper engraved plates. Decorative woodcut initials and devices throughout. , 247, , 249-524, pp. Latin and English in facing.....
Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1921. Frontispiece and numerous illustrations. 315pp., 8vo, brown cloth-backed marbled boards, board slipcase; (inscription by previous owner on flyleaf, slipcase worn). Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1921. Very good (+). One of 150 copies signed by author. The Scammon Lectures of 1920.
Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1955. Maso Finiguerra, Baccio Baldini, Antonio Pollaiuolo, Sandro Botticelli, Francesco Rosselli. A comparative analysis of Early Florentine Nielli, Intarsias, Drawings, and Copperplate Engravings. 112 black & white plates, 96pp., slim 4to, red cloth, d.w. Cambridge: Harvard UP, 1955. First Edition. A fine copy in a near fine dust wrapper.
Paris: Les Yeux Ouverts, 1970. More than 400 reproductions of 15th century woodcuts and engravings, a few in color. 4to, rust cloth with black lettering and illustrations; minor rubbing at spine ends and bumping at the corners. Paris: Editions les Yeux Ouverts, (1970). Internally fine, a very good (+) copy.