Beijing: Art Publishing House, 1990. Well-illustrated with 204 objects (bronzes, pottery figurines, stone carvings, gold & silverwork), much in color. 232 pages with text entirely in Chinese. Small folio, gold patterned silk cloth; silk cloth box with paper label; the box is a bit dusty and discolored along backstrip but the book is fine. Beijing: Art Publishing House & Kodansha, 1990. First edition, second printing? Very scarce.
New York: Tudor Publishing. Text in English, Spanish, French, and German. Illustrated with mostly black and white photographs. 237 pages, (light toning to page edges), pictorially stamped white cloth, dust wrapper (spine rubbed). New York: Tudor Publishing, No Date. A near fine copy in a very good(+) dust wrapper.
Washington, D.C. 1818. 3 pages (front and back) with each two-page spread measuring 9.75 x 15.75 inches, Washington, D.C., March 14, 1818. Written to his friend at Bowdoin College, Prof. Parker Cleaveland, American geologist, called "The Father of American Mineralogy," pertaining to the marble columns that supported the Capital building prior to the British burning of Washington, D.C. in 1814, in part: "...You seem to suppose that I might have given you some amount of the marble column of the...
London: Yale University Press, 1987. Illustrated with over 280 b/w photographs. 295 pages. 4to, blue cloth, d.w. London & New Haven: Yale University Press, 1987. First edition. A fine copy in a very good(+) dust wrapper. "A comprehensive picture of the Cistercian artistic achievement, covering architecture, stone carving, and metalwork."
Chicago: Center for American Places, 2009. With an essay by Eric Scigliano. Profusely illustrated in color and black & white. 83pp. Tall and oblong 8vo, grey cloth, d.w. Chicago: The Center for American Places at Columbia College Chicago, (2009). First edition. A near fine copy in a near fine dust wrapper.
Princeton Architectural Press, 1995. Illustrated throughout in black and white. 157 pages, 12mo, blindstamped black cloth, dust wrapper. A fine copy in a near fine dust wrapper. Signed in full by the photographer and inscribed to Mildred Schmertz, editor in chief of the Architectural Record on the half title page: "For Mildred Schmertz in friendship and with all the best John Yang 1-14-96."