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New York: Shelter Research, 1939. Various articles, including "Housing in Washington" by John Ihlder. Illustrated in b/w. 40 pages. Slim quarto, pictorial wrappers, staple-bound (a bit rubbed and with minor insect etching damage along backstrip). New York: Shelter Research, 1939. First edition. A very good copy of this interesting modernist periodical, now rather scarce. Contributing Editors were Simon Breines, Frederick Kiesler and Richard J. Neutra. In 1932, a progressive group of architects formed an umbrella group called Shelter Research devoted.....
Stockholm: Nationalmuseum, 2006. Well-illustrated, much in color, showing Lindberg's whimsical and unique designs. 121 pages with text in Swedish (1 page summary in English at rear). Slim 4to, glossy pictorial wrappers. Stockholm: Nationalmuseum, 2006. First edition. Published on the occasion of the 2006-2007 exhibition.
London: Phaidon, 1999. Packed with 535 illustrations, mostly color. 512 pages. Very thick square 4to, softcover with glossy printed wrappers. London: Phaidon Press, (1999). First softcover edition. A fine copy. Well-organized, informative, authoritative and challenging, Art Today is the ideal introduction for anyone wishing to confront contemporary art.
New York: Atlantic Monthly, 1995. 48 full-page color plates, other black-and-white illustrations. xiii + 400pp., large 4to, cloth-backed blue boards, d.w. New York: Atlantic Monthly Press, (1995). First edition. A very good (+) copy in a very good (+) dust wrapper. Signed by Norman mailer on the half-title page.
A.L.S., 8vo. 1 page, no place/no date, in French, translated, c. early 1883, at a time when he suffered from a host of ailments and was unable to complete even the most rudimentary commission without difficulty, in full: "I will implore you to delay until later the visit you promised to make me Thursday in my workshop. I am not yet advanced enough with my painting. 'Til next Thursday therefore...Please convey to Mademoiselle the assurance of my regards." *By early.....
New York: Mathew Marks Gallery, 2004. With essay by Richard Shiff. Color and black and white illustrated exhibition catalogue. 96 pages, small slim 4to, brown pictorial cloth. New York: Mathew Marks, 2004. A near fine copy. Letter presenting the book to Nan Rosenthal (curator of Modern Art at National Gallery) from Mathew Marks laid in.