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London: Thames & Hudson, 1974. Text & notes by Anthony Thwaite, Peter Porter & Gore Vidal. Illustrated with photographs by Beny including 174 color plates, 122 duotone plates, and 19 line drawings. Thick square 4to, gilt-stamped orange cloth (slightly darkened at bottom edge, otherwise a fine copy in a worn dust wrapper). London: Thames & Hudson, (1974). First edition.
Milan: Electa, 1961. Profusely illustrated throughout. 3 volumes. Very thick and heavy 4tos, publisher's half brown morocco over cloth (a bit scuffed and with some faint spattering on spines). Milan: Electa Editrice, (1961). First edition in Italian. A very good copy, internally clean. Gift card tipped into the first volume reads: "Merry Christmas and much love, Brooke Astor, Christmas 1963." Volume I: Text, with 73 color plates, some folding. Volume II: Catalogue, with over 3000 descriptions. Volume III: Tables, with.....
Paris: J. Schiffrin, 1926. In French. Four volumes. Extensively illustrated with black and white plates. 99, 114, 148, and 199 pages + indexes. 12mos, paper wrappers with brittle wax protective covers; previous owner's book plates included in three of the four volumes, some notations in pencil throughout. Paris: J. Schiffrin, (1926). A very good copy.
Paris: Ducharte, 1929. Illustrated with 6 single-sided color plates; numerous smaller mounted black & white plates. 105pp of text, 4to, original color pictorial wrappers (spine creased and chipped at ends; internally clean). Paris: Editions Duchartre & van Buggenhoudt, (1929). A very good copy. Small ownership signature of art historian Meyer Schapiro.
Padua: Tre Venezie, 1946. (Origini et Significato). 374p.+ 60 plates. Small 4to, original stiff printed wrappers. (Padova): Le Tre Venezie, (1946). Near fine. Sergio Bettini was an Italian art historian (1905-1986). In 1939 he became Director of the Museum of Padua and in 1942 became the chair of Christian Archeology. Ownership signature of art historian Meyer Schapiro.
Rome: Contrasto Due, 2004. In Italian and English. Text by Giuseppe Montesano. Profusely illustrated in black & white. 107pp. Short and oblong 4to, pictorial boards. Rome: Contrasto Due / Galleria Gottardo, (2004). First edition. A near fine copy. Catalog for an exhibition at Fondazione Galleria Gottardo in Lugano, Switzerland, March 24 - May 29, 2004.