Boston: David R. Godine, 1973. With 48 full page plates. Introductions by Virginia Woolf & Roger Fry. Tall 4to, burgundy cloth (slightly edgeworn), d.w. Boston: David R. Godine Publishers, (1973). A very good copy in a very good(+) dust wrapper. Preface and notes by Tristram Powell. Revised and Expanded from the 1926 edition.
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New York: Abrams, 2008. Foreword by Graydon Carter. Hundreds of exquisite photographs. 383 pages. Large 4to, white cloth, d.w., in a white cloth slipcase and still in the original shipping cardboard marked "special edition". New York: Harry N. Abrams, (2008). A fine untouched copy. Essays by Christopher Hitecns, David Friend and Terence Pepper.
New York: Lucien Clergue, 2002. Two photographs. Gelatin silver prints. Image measures 15 1/8" x 11", in a 23 1/8" x 19" mat. Stunning photographs by acclaimed French photographer Lucien Clergue. A set of two gelatin silver prints, copyrighted 1997 and signed by the artist, marked A-P on verso with additional notations. Minor handling creases.
Munich: Prestel, 2014. Preface by Ronald S. Lauder; foreword by Renee Price; Essays by Christian Bauer, Alessandra Comini, Lori Felton, et al. Extensively illustrated in color. 295 pages, 4to, green cloth, d.w. (one small tear on rear panel). Munich: Prestel, (2014). A fine copy in a very good(+) dust wrapper.
New York: Quantuck Lane Press, 2005. Introduction by Mark Strand. Illustrated with 104 duotone photographs. 224pp. Wide 4to, grey cloth, slightly edge worn d.w. New York: Quantuck Lane Press, (2005). First edition. Very slight rippling along top edges, otherwise a near fine copy in a very good(+) dust wrapper.
1930. Circular bronze medallion in high relief. Medallion measures 5" in diameter. This fine bronze medallion features a left-facing bust portrait of Christian Bäumler (1836-1933), a German cardiologist based in Frankfurt. Bäumler is depicted at the age of 70. Engraved text on the back reads "Viro Doctissimo Alumno suo atque sodali Artis Medicinae Investigatori Filio Frankoniae Illustrissimo Doctoris Nomine ante LXX Annos Appellato Piis Votis Congratulatur." Karl Dautert was an established German sculptor of portraits and medallions whose work was.....
1930. Circular bronze medallion in high relief. Medallion measures 9 cm in diameter. This fine bronze medallion features a left-facing bust portrait of Eduard Dietrich, a German doctor, at the age of 70. Hook repaired but otherwise in good condition. Engraved text on the back reads "Dem Verdienstvollen Forderer der Baderwissenschaft die Vlneoogische Gesellschaft in Berlin 10.Okt.1930." Karl Dautert was an established German sculptor of portraits and medallions whose work was often copied for stamps and other ephemera...
Paris. Portrait. Lithograph. Page measures 16.5" x 12.5". Lithograph by Francois Seraphin Delpech (1778-1825), French lithographer, after a painting by Antoine Maurin (1793-1860). Delpech's portrait lithographs are in the collections of Britain's National Portrait Gallery and the Louvre. Two small tears to right edge, light abrasion to the left side of Lafayette's mouth. Light scattered foxing. From our large collection of portraits of Lafayette.
Portland: Portland Museum of Art, 2009. Essays by Gail Marcus, Anne Wilkes Tucker, Laura Levine, Glenn O'Brien, and Kate Simon. Illustrated profusely in color and black & white. Wide 4to, stiff pictorial wrappers. Portland: Portland Museum of Art, (2009). Slightly edge worn, but still near fine copy. Catalog for an exhibition at the Portland Museum of Art.
Paris: Verve, 1939. An original full color lithograph after Derain. Sheet measures 13.75 x 10.375 inches, image measuring 9.5 x 7 inches. On reverse is a lithograph after Leger -b/w on pink background, measuring 12.5 x 8.25 inches. Published in Paris for Verve, and printed by Mourlot Freres. Paris: Verve, 1939. A near fine bright copy. Verve was founded in 1937 as a showcase for work by the day's best artists, produced by the finest printers. These pieces were printed.....