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Milan: Carlo Canadelli, 1843. 4to, original white boards heavily decorated in gilt (boards are well-worn at all edges, spines a bit chipped; very slight internal foxing). Beautiful extra illustrated title pages printed in blue, green, red, and gold. Text within decorative borders. Illustrated with 23 very high quality engravings and aquatints after paintings and statuary by Mauri, Ricci, Rovida, Sacchi, Cantu, Ciabianca, Villani and others. Tissue guards. Milano: Carlo Canadelli, (1844). Very good. Scarce.
New York: Cassell, 2001. Many beautiful color reproduction of botanical paintings. 264 pages. 4to, turquoise cloth, d.w. New York: Cassell & Co., (2001). First edition. Cloth has faint but large dampstains to front and rear covers but wrapper and interior pages appear fine. Overall a very good copy of this uncommon book.
Boston: David R. Godine, 1990. Frontispiece portrait, and replete with over 1000 engravings described and illustrated, a few in color. 478 pages. Thick 4to, green cloth, d.w. (corners of cloth are lightly dampstained from close contact with steam radiator with pages somewhat effected in margins; dust wrapper spine is mis-aligned). Boston: Godine, (1990). First American edition. Very sturdy and usable but overall a very good(-) copy.
Paris: Conquet, 1882. Illustrated with 19 vignettes by Sahib (a pseudonym of Louis-Ernest Lesage) and beautifully engraved by Nargeot. Historical and literary notes by Ludovic Halevy. [vi], xix, 170, pp. Short 8vo, superbly bound by Chambolle-Duru in full burgundy morocco with ornate gilt-stamped spine and cover; blue & tan leather doublures; original lavender wrappers bound-in; lower rear corner dented. Paris: Librairie L. Conquet, 1882. Nouvelle edition. Near fine. Limited edition. From a total of 500 copies, this is number 14.....
Paris: Henri Floury, 1907. With approximately 100 illustrations throughout, many in color or tinted; including an original lithographic portrait of Riviere by Steinlen, and a fine heliogravure reproduction of of an etching tited "L'Enterrement aux Parapluies." 176pp. Short thick 4to, wrappers, cover is an original blind stamped illustration by George Auriol (light foxing and small paper damage on cover; neat repairs to spine and joints; contents quite clean with minimal foxing). Paris: Henri Floury, 1907. Limited edition - number 722.....
Paris: Guerin, 1760. Copper engraved title and frontispiece, 2 plates , engraved tailpieces and 14 fine engravings 3"x5" heading each chapter, occasional foxing. 144 pages, xiiii. Small 4to, 3/4 green morocco, marbled boards. Paris: H.L. Guerin, 1760. Very good (+). With the small ownership signature of art historian Meyer Schapiro on the fly-leaf.
London: Wilkinson, 1819. Volume one only, but bound in 2 parts. Engraved title pages and illustrated throughout with 125 fine large engravings; foxing throughout but not on every plate. Folio, early 3/4 red morocco; some edgwear; hinges and spine ends mended; no title in second part London: Robt. Wilkinson, 1819. First edition. Overall a very good copy of this uncommon book.
London: Bell and SOns, 1930. New Edition, Revised and Enlarged. 5 volumes. With numerous illustrations throughout. Short very thick 4tos, two-tones cloth (some edgewear). London: G. Bell and Sons, 1926-34 Mixed but matching printings of the fourth edition. A very good set. "Still the standard universal dictionary of artists in English. Longer articles are signed and include lists of artists' works." Arntzen/Rainwater E38.