Detroit: Detroit Institute of Arts, 1983. Illustrated throughout in color and black & white. 411pp. Thick & wide 4to, stiff pictorial wrappers. Detroit: Detroit Institute of Arts, 1983. Slightly worn near spine, still a very good copy. Catalog for a traveling exhibition at The Detroit Institute of Arts (October 3 - November 22, 1981), The National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa (December 4, 1981 - January 31, 1982), and Kunstammlungen der Veste Coburg (July 18 - August 5, 1982)...
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New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1977. Illustrated with woodcuts by Raoul Dufy. 30 full-page woodcuts & other vignettes. Unpaginated. Thin folio, cream-colored linen, in board slipcase with pictorial paper label (some sunning to case). New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1977. A fine copy in a very good(+) slipcase. Reprint of the 1911 edition with new English translations and foreword. These woodcuts are considered among Dufy's best work.
New York: Associated, 1972. Illustrated profusely in b/w. 88pp, plus 6 pages of extra illustrations. Small thin 4to, paper wrappers (small sticker on top corner of front cover, back cover has some small stains). New York: Associated American Artists, 1972. Catalogue from the exhibition on March 20 - April 15, 1972.
New York: Colophon, 1932. Various high-quality illustrations and text throughout. Unpaginated. Short 4to, pictorial boards, remnants of onionskin overwrapper. New York: Colophon/Pynson Printers, 1932. Limited first edition -- one of 3000 copies printed. A near fine copy. A notable part of this venerable publication, as it contains the original color woodcut "A Eagle Ceremony at Tesuque Pueblo" by German artist Gustave Baumann, known for his work of the American Southwest.
Sussex: Dominic's Press, 1920. With an Introduction, Appendix and Illustrations by Eric Gill. 31 in-text woodcut figures. viii, 40pp. Short slim 8vo, 1/4 cloth over brown printed boards (a little edgeworn and dusty; front endpaper toned and with ghost of old inscription, otherwise quite clean). Ditchling, Sussex: S. Dominic's Press, 1920. A very good(+) copy of this scarce book.
New York: Limited Editions Club, 1986. Introduction by Robert Coles. Illustrated with full-page black & white wood engravings by Fritz Eichenberg. 262pp. Large 4to, brown morocco-backed natural cloth, board slipcase. New York: The Limited Editions Club, 1986. A fine copy in a fine box. Limited edition. One of 1000 copies, signed by the artist.
Chicago: Cherryburn Press, 1943. Containing 24 loose impressions with individually titled mats, printed directly from the original wood blacks engraved by Thomas Bewick. The first vignette is neatly signed in pencil by R. Hunter Middleton who published the book. 12mo, portfolio, cloth backed patterned boards, black leather spine label, black slipcase. Chicago: Cherryburn Press, 1943. Near Fine. Previous owners ex-libris.
Bloomington: Indiana University Art Museum, 1979. Written in collaboration with James T. Kenny and Fumiko Togasaki. Illustrated throughout in black & white. 184pp. Wide 4to, stiff pictorial wrappers. Bloomington: Indiana University Art Museum, 1979. Slightly sunned, still a very good(+) copy. Published in conjunction with an exhibition coordinated by Pamela Buell at the Indiana University Art Museum from February 25 - March 25, 1979.
New York: Pioneer Associates, 1935. Illustrated with 19 reproductions of wood engravings. Tall slim 8vo, blue cloth (spine darkened and a bit worn at head; internally clean). New York: Pioneer Associates, 1935. Limited first edition. A very good copy. Limited edition - number 742 of 750 numbered copies signed by both authors.