Paris: G. Van Oest, 1928. 55, pp followed by LX finely printed collotype plates. Small folio, original green gilt-lettered cloth (a bit bumped at spine ends and corners; several signatures loose or starting, otherwise a very good clean and complete copy); uncut edges, t.e.g. Paris & Brussels: Editions G. Van Oest, 1928. Small ownership signature of art historian Meyer Schapiro.
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New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1968. Illustrated with black & white photographic illustrations. 216 pages. Short square 4to, embossed and painted metal covers. New York: M.O.M.A., 1968. A bright copy in near fine condition. The 1968-69 exhibition of "comments on technology by artists of the Western world" from Leonardo Da Vinci to the present. From the library of Nan Rosenthal, curator of modern art at the Metropolitan Museum of Art & The National Gallery with her name on the...
Berlin: Jewish Museum Berlin, 2001. Foreword by Julian Nida-Rumerlin. Other introductory writings by W. Michael Blumenthal and Ken Gorbey. Illustrated profusely in color and black-and-white. 221pages, square 4to, pictorial boards (tiny bumps to bottom back edge and Berlin: Jewish Museum Berlin, (2001). A fine copy.
Boston: Museum of Fine Arts, 1962. 2 volumes. Introduction by Henry P. Rossiter. With 24 color plates, and 407 black & white illustrations. 4to, brown cloth-backed boards, in board slipcase. Boston: Museum of Fine Arts, 1962. First edition. Fine copies in a very good(+) slipcase. "Contains useful information for the study of 19th century American draughtsmen and watercolorists." - Arntzen/Rainwater L80. Printed at the Stinehour Press.
Boston: Museum of Fine Arts, 1961. Two 4to booklets of descriptive texts; one in English and one in Japanese. Illustrated with 178 plates, including some mounted color plates, printed on folio sheets, loose as issued. All laid into a massive tri-fold linen portfolio with bone clasps. Boston: Museum of Fine Arts, 1961. First edition. A fine copy, as new in the original printed cardboard mailing box. Very scarce. A sequel to the original issued in 1933.