1971. Poster. 41 x 27 inches. This original movie poster is a bright yellow with an image of a girl swimming in the water. The retro red font is eye-catching and the poster as a whole is thoughtfully composed. The cult classic film about two stranded siblings who survive the Australian outback. Walkabout was a 1971 film directed by Nicolas Roeg and starring Jenny Agutter, Luc Roeg (credited as Lucien John) and David Gulpilil (credited as David Gumpilil). Screenplay by...
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.
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."