New York: Abrams, 1965. 368 illustrations, including 54 in full color. 38pp of text. Very thick 4to, orange cloth, d.w. (slightly torn at head of spine). New York: Abrams, . A near fine copy in a very good dust wrapper.
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Berlin: Euphorion Verlag, 1921. Etched title-page by Jan Tischold, and illustrated with 6 original etchings by Klaus Richter, each one signed in pencil. 3 blank leaves, 58,  pages, 3 leaves. Slim 8vo, lacking both covers but still firmly sewn; endpapers discolored but all other pages very clean -- an excellent candidate for rebinding. Berlin: Euphorion Verlag, 1921. Deluxe limited edition Number 75 of only 150 numbered copies of the deluxe edition with the signed etchings by Klaus Richter. The...
Paris: A. Quantin, 1884. Illustrated with two original Manet etchings "L'Odalisque Couchee" and "La Convelescente." 3 etched plates by Henri Guerard after Manet, 6 heliogravure plates after Manet, a facsimile letter, and other illustrations throughout. 150 pages. 8vo, contemporary half black calf over green boards; some scuffing to extremities. Paris: A. Quantin, 1884. First edition, complete with all illustrations. A very good(+) copy of this scarce book with very clean interior. Inscribed by the author to Gustav Geoffrey on a....
Hamburg: Dr. Ernst Hauswedell, 1975. Translated into German by Sabine Solf. 343 illustrations. 560 pages plus table of contents, thick 4to, brown cloth, plain boards slipcase. Hamburg: Dr. Ernst Hauswedell, (1975). A fine copy.
Warsaw: Sztuka, 1956. Illustrated. 63pp., thin 8vo, pictorial wrappers; some repaired damage to foot of spine. Warsaw: Sztuka, 1956. A very good copy.
Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1916. Illustrated in black and white. 107 pages, small 8vo, purple cloth, stamped in silver (spine a bit faded). Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1916. A near fine copy.
London: Studio Limited, 1953. Illustrated in black & white. 240pp. Tall 8vo, beige cloth. London: Studio Limited, (1953). Sunned spine, still a very good(+) copy.
Milan: Toninelli, 1974. 132pp., numerous illustrations in b/w and a few in color. 4to, cloth, d.w. Milano: Toninelli Arte Moderna, (1974). Large ex-library stamp on flyleaf and page edges, else very good. Limited edition of 1500 copies.
Boston: Boston Public Library, 1984. Foreword by Philip J. McNiff, introduction by David McCord. 286 black-and-white etchings, drypoints and lithographs. 364pp., 4to, cloth, d.w.; small hole to lower spine of dust wrapper. Boston: Boston Public Library, 1984. A near fine in very good dust wrapper.
many plates. tall 8vo, cloth. N.Y., (1941).
Boston: Boston Public Library, 1968. Numerous black & white illustrations. 227 pages, small folio, turquoise cloth, d.w. Boston Public Library, 1968. First Edition. Fine.
Winn, 1984. Contributions by Etel Adnan, Jim Fergus, Jim Harrison, Thomas McGuane & Hunter Thompson, & with an autobiographical sketch by R.C. 24 color plates and other illustrations in black & white. Small slim oblong 8vo, white linen, (lightly soiled), brown label on front cover. Seattle: Winn, 1984. With 2 small charming (5 1/2 x 7") original sepia etchings, artists proofs, in a back pocket.
Verona: 1989. Original signed etching by Fabio Zanzotto. 4to, 41p., siff printed wrappers. (Verona), 1989. Limited Edition. Fine. One of 100 numbered copies. Presentation copy from Cima to Meyer Schapiro.
London: Fine Art Society & Gordon Cooke, 1994. 40 Illus. Thin, small 4to, pictorial wrs. (London): Fine Art Society & Gordon Cooke, 1994. Fine Exhibition catalogue.
New York: Spencer Hutson, 1929. Introduction by Elizabeth Whitmore. 12 tipped-in black-and-white plates. Slim 4to, gray boards with paper label on spine and front cover; spine and edges worn, hinges starting. New York: T. Spencer Hutson, (1929). Plates fine, butr overall a very good(-) copy.
New York: Spencer Hutson, 1929. Introduction by Elizabeth Whitmore. 12 tipped-in black-and-white plates. Slim 4to, red cloth, d.w. New York: Crafton Collection, (1929). Third printing. A near fine copy in a very good(-) dust wrapper.
Zurich: Manesse, 1947. With 215 black & white illustrations. Square 4to, white cloth-backed brown boards. Zurich: Manesse Verlag, (1947). A very good copy.
Paris: Editions du Delta, 1935. Illustrated with 5 original etchings by Lydis, tissue guards. Title page printed in red and black. 45pp. Short thin square 4to, original printed wrappers (worn and clumsily taped along spine; new plain white outer wrapper), interior is fine, uncut edges. Paris: Editions du Delta, (no date, circa 1935). A very good copy. Scarce. Number 92 of only 300 copies printed. Inscribed by both author and artist on the front endpaper.
New York: Viking, 1967. Profusely illustrated with mounted color plates; other black and white photos, and facsimiles. 283pp. Large 4to, green silk cloth, edgeworn d.w. New York: Viking, 1967. First edition. A near fine copy in a very good dust wrapper. Includes many of Rodin's little-known paintings, drawings, and etchings.
London: The Studio, 1922. 96 plates. 4to, vellum-backed gray boards, gilt top. London: The Studio, 1922. First Edition. There is a large chip at the head of the spine, not affecting the lettering, and the covers are dusty; otherwise a sound, internally clean copy.
Etching with aquatint. Image measures 10" x 8", sheet measures 16" x 12". "A/P" and artist's signature in pencil at bottom. No date, c. 1925. In very good condition. A beautiful image of midtown Manhattan showing a view looking west towards Radio City Music Hall from the back of St. Patrick's Cathedral, a perspective that would today be obscured by Rockefeller Plaza. Leon Dolice (1892-1960) was an Austrian-American painter and printmaker best remembered for his scenes of early 20th Century New York City.
Paris: Bernheim, 1924. Illustrated with 41 plates, including several in color, and the original etching "Portrait de Berthe Morisot." 120, pp. Short 4to, handsomely rebound in contemporary 3/4 black morocco over marbled boards; ornate gilt- stamped spine with raised bands; marbled endpapers, uncut edges, t.e.g. With the original pictorial wrappers bound-in. Paris: Bernheim- Jeune, 1924. Very light rubbing to leather at corners; binder's blank flyleaves are discolored and slightly chipped, otherwise a near fine copy with the etching in fine condition.
Paris: Jouaust, 1876. Illustrated with 25 large gravure plates on laid paper. 49 pages. Thin 4to, rebound in pale cloth with leather spine label (cloth rubbed and darkened; scattered foxing throughout); original wrappers bound-in. Paris: Imprimerie de D. Jouaust, 1876. Text in French. Very good.
New York: ACA Gallery, 1946. In addition to 58 b/w images, there are 2 mounted color plates and 1 full-page color etching signed in pencil. 108 pages. Tall slim 8vo, blue printed boards (dust soiled and a bit worn at spine ends; internally clean and fine) New York: ACA Gallery Publication/Simon & Schuster, (1946). Limited edition - number 134 of 150 copies, this one with an additional lengthy personal inscription.
Budapest: George Vajna, 1935. Translated by Frances Shires. Ten original colored etchings by Lidia Farkas and Zoltan Poharnok. Thin 8vo, unpaged, bound in linen with an embroidered decoration. Budapest: Dr. George Vajna & Co., n.d. (ca.1935). Limited Edition. Number 103 of 250 copies signed by both artists. The etchings are printed by hand-press and are hand-colored. Small damp-stain on the upper corner of the binding, otherwise a fine copy of this exquisite and quite rare book, printed in Hungary.