London: Bachman & Turner, 1976. Introduction by Richard Walker. 88pp, illustarted with linocuts printed in dark blue, shades of brown, green, red, or several colors, and with 8 tipped-in, full-color reproductions of paintings. deckle edge paper, 4to, beige linen, slipcase (worn). Bachman & Turner: (Whittington Press, 1976). Fine. One of 200 signed copies printed on heavy mould-made paper.
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Saint Petersburg: Mai Levin, 1978. Portfolio (8 page booklet, 12 unbound prints). Folio, lightly soiled boards bumped at top edge; print 1 ('Portrait of A.S. Pushkin') is creased at bottom left corner, image unaffected. Saint Petersburg: Mai Levin, 1978. Very good(+). Scarce portfolio of work by the Estonian artist. Text in Estonian, Russian, English, and German.
London: Thames & Hudson, 1978. With 391 illustrations, including the complete Vedute di Roma and Carceri d'Invenzione in full-page reproductions. 304 pages. Thick 4to, brown cloth, d.w. London: Thames & Hudson, (1978). First edition. Rear paper hinge a bit weak, ans faint stains at foot of cover, still a very good copy in a near fine dust wrapper.
New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1988. Foreword by Richard E. Oldenburg. 301 color illustrations, 263 pages, thick square 4to, gray pictorial wrappers. New York: The Museum of Modern Art, (1988). First softcover edition. A near fine copy. Published in conjunction with the MOMA exhibition The Modern Poster, a comprehensive selection from the museum's poster collection.
New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1988. Foreword by Richard E. Oldenburg. 301 color illustrations, 263pp. Thick square 4to, gray cloth, d.w. New York: The Museum of Modern Art, (1988). A near fine copy in a near fine dust wrapper. Published in conjunction with the MOMA exhibition The Modern Poster, a comprehensive selection from the museum's poster collection.
Tokyo: Meiji-Shobo, 1952. viii, 77pp with text in English. Slim folio, original printed wrappers with glassine (torn). Tokyo: Meiji-Shobo, 1952. A near fine copy. This is the text volume only, with descriptions of the work of 18th century artist Toshusai Sharaku. Lacking the two volumes of magnificent plates.