Paris: Centre Georges Pompidou, 1982. Profusely illustrated, including many full-page color plates. 420 pages with text in French. Square 4to, pictorial wrappers; light wear at spine ends. (Paris: Centre Georges Pompidou, 1982). First edition. A very good(+) copy. Exhibited at Centre Georges Pompidou & Musee National d'Art Moderne.
London: Hayward Gallery, 1995. Foreword by Eric Hobsawm. Afterword by Neal Ascherson. Extensively illustrated in both color and black & white. 360pp., thick 4to, stiff, glossy pictorial wrappers. London Hayward Gallery, (1995). A near fine copy. Compiled and selected by Dawn Ades, Tim Benton, David Elliott and Iain Boyd Whyte.
Paris: Fundacio Antoni Tapies, 1989. 3 volumes. Volume 1: 1943-1960. 548 pages with 983 illustrations, 133 in color. Volume 2: 1961-1968. 512 pages with 1027 illustrations, 189 in color. Volume 3: 1969-1975. 576 pages with 1303 illustrations, 253 in color. Tall, thick square 4tos, gray decorative cloth, d.w., slipcases. Paris: Fundacio Antoni Tapies - Editions Cercle D'Art, 1989-1992. Fine.
Seattle: Farwest Lithograph and Printing Co., 1939. Map. Color Lithograph. 21" x 28". This beautifully colored map of Alaska and the Gulf of Alaska shows the Alaskan boat lines from Seattle and was first drawn by Edward Camy for the Alaska Steamship Company in 1934. A great pictographic map, includes an inset showing the Alaska Railways route from Seward to Fairbanks and the Richardson Automobile Highway. The bottom of the map shows a series of cartoons of events on the...
Detroit: Calvert Lithographing Company, 1903. Original poster. Color lithograph. 42 x 28 inches. This incredible 1903 advertising poster advertises the Satin Skin Powder and the Satin Skin Cream, both products manufactured by the Albert F. Wood Manufacturing Company. The poster features a woman holding a hand fan which reads 'Don't you want a satin skin?' Illustrations of the product packaging are also featured. Available in 4 tints - Flesh, White, Pink and Brunet, the packaging for Satin Skin Powder reads...
New York: Harper, 1931. Illustrated in black and white. 370 pages, 8vo, red cloth (cloth a bit soiled, spine darkened and top lightly frayed). New York: Harper, 1931. Internally a very good copy. Signed in full and dated by the author on the front free endpaper: "Frederick L. Allen, September 28, 1932. [1st textbook edition]"
New York: Harper, 1940. Frontispiece, black and white plates, 362 pages, thick 8vo, red cloth (spine a bit toned). New York and London: Harper, 1940. First Edition. A near fine copy. Signed in full and inscribed on the front free endpaper: "When I write inside every other copy of this book that I write inside, I say "For" so-and-so. In this one and only copy I can say To Letitia Cunningham Rogers February 7, 1940."