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Haarlem: De Erven F. Bohn, 1939. Text in Dutch. Veertigste Druk geillustreerd door Jo Spier. Profusely illustrated with full page and text drawings. 462 pages. Tall 4to, gilt decorated red buckram (paper over interior hinges repaired and slightly rumpled, but hinges firm). Haarlem: De Erven F. Bohn, 1939. A very good(+) copy. A collection of tales and sketches of life and manners in Holland, first published in 1839 by the Dutch cleric and professor of theology at Utrecht...
New York: Estate of Stuart Davis, 1991. Short 2 page introduction by Earl Davis. Illustrated in color. Slim square 8vo, black cloth-backed patterned boards, cardboard slipcase with paper label. New York: Estate of Stuart Davis, 1991. Limited first edition - one of 1000 copies, though the laid-in limitation card is absent. Printed in conjunction with the retrospective exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art by Stamperia Valdonega in Verona Italy.
Munich: Albert Langen, 1906. Text in German. Patterned endpapers. Profusely illustrated with 60 plates, many in color, some folding, & 446 text reproductions of rare caricatures of women. 487 pages. Thick 4to, lovely grey pictorial cloth (corners lightly rubbed, spine sunned). Munich: Albert Langen, 1906. A very good copy. Original edition of this iconographic survey.
London: The British Libarary, 2005. Profusely illustrated in black and white. 337 pages, very tall 8vo, green cloth, dust wrapper. London: The British Library, (2005). A near fine copy in a near fine dust wrapper. First book to present faithful reproductions of all of Millais's published illustrations.
New York: Alpine Fine Arts Collection, 1984. Illustrated with over 140 photographs of black and white sketches by various artists from the Roman Baroque period. Not paginated. Thick 4to, dark green boards, dust wrapper, small tear on bottom edge. New York: Alpine Fine Arts Collection, (1984). Reprint edition. A near fine copy in a near fine dust wrapper.
Canada: Hancock House, 1978. Illustrated with black and white drawings and photographs. 408 pages, thick square 8vo, red cloth, dust wrapper. Canada: Hancock House, 1978. A near fine copy in a very good(+) dust wrapper. Portions of Emily Carr's sketch books collected in this volume for the first time.
1881. View. Pen drawing on paper, signed and dated; mounted on larger sheet with title in pencil. Some foxing. Image measures 5" x 7", Sheet measures 7" x 9 3/8". Charming landscape sketch shows a scene of cattle ranchers in New Zealand. Mountains are faintly depicted in the distance. Three men are seen resting near a fire. Some cattle surround a covered wagon. In the distance, a dozen oxen pull a cart along a road, while their ranchers hold a......
View. Pen drawing on paper, signed and dated, T.J. Jay circa 1881. Image measures 5 7/8" x 7 5/8", sheet measures 7" x 9 3/8". This accomplished sketch depicts two men on horseback holding stock whips, herding cattle through a field. A mountain is depicted in the distance, with the field filled with tall shrubbery. The caption reads 'Fern in places 9 ft high'.
View. Pen drawing on paper. Image measures 5 7/8" x 7 5/8", sheet measures 7" x 9 3/8". This skillful sketch depicts two men horseback riding in New Zealand. One man holds a lasso above his head, while the other has been knocked off his horse. Wild horses are seen in the distance. The print is unsigned but part of a series of sketches signed and dated, T.J. Jay circa 1881.
Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1988. Profusely illustrated throughout. 384 pages, 4to, glossy pictorial boards, dust wrapper, slightly darkened at foot. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1988. Corners are just a bit bumped and wrappers a bit edgeworn, still a very good clean copy with a signed inscription from the author along with a small original sketch of a woolly mammoth.
Milan: Christian Stein, 1990. Drawings and sketches. 78pp., 8vo, printed boards with inlaid illustration on front cover. Milano: Christian Stein and Firenze: Hopeful Monster, (1990). A fine copy. Presentation copy to Nan Rosenthal, signed "Claes" by Oldenburg on title page, the inscription is written backwards.