Rio de Janeiro: Editora Index, 1986. Many color photo Illus. Oblong 4to, pictorial black boards, boards warped. (Rio de Janeiro): Editora Index, (1986). Presentation copy from Jose de Paula Machado, one of the photographers of this work. Text in Portuguese and English.
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Bahia: Imprensa Oficial, 1968. Many illustrations in color & in black & white. Slim 4to, pictorial endpapers, tan linen, d.w. Bahia: Imprensa Oficial Salvador, 1968. First Edition. A fine copy in a rubbed dust jacket. Inscribed by the artist with a pen and ink drawing on the half-title.
Bahia: Imprensa Oficial da Bahia, 1969. Numerous illustrations, some mounted and in color. Slim small folio. Bahia:Imprensa Oficial da Bahia , (1969). First Edition. Large presentation by the artist on the fly-leaf.
Paris: Alexis Eymery, 1815. Folding map of Brazil with hand colored outlines. Two copperplate frontispieces. 3 volumes. 8vo, rebound in modern brown library cloth, ex libris stamps on title pages and the blank side of the map and the two plates, page margins uncut. Paris: Alexis Eymery, 1815. First Edition. With original wrappers and half-titles bound in each volume. Map has two small tears on right margin with no loss of text and that side has a small repair with...
Paris: Didot, 1763. Contenant les Possessions et les Etablissemens des Francois, des Espagnols, des Portugais, des Hollandais dans ces vastes pays. Le Climat, les Productions de la Terre et les Animaux, leurs Habitants, leurs Moeurs, leurs Coutumes et le Commerce qu'on y peut faire. 20 maps, 7 folding. 10 plates, (mixed up pagination). engraved title- page. xiv, (2), 294, (1)pp. 4to, contemporary mottled calf, gilt spine; (front hinge starting, spine ends worn, some edgewear including corners). Paris: Didot, 1763. A....
Paris: Jacques Nicolas Bellin. Map. Uncolored copper plate engraving. Image measures 7 x 8.5 inches. Page measures 12.5 x 9.25 inches. This map shows the island of Saint Catherine located off the southern coast of Brazil. Rendered with an engraved pattern, the land appears fertile, perhaps as a reference to the island's developing agricultural industry during this period in the late 18th century. Standing out against the blank sea, the island's coastline as well as smaller surrounding islands are clearly...
Rio de Janeiro: Centro de Arte Helio Oiticica, 1999. Exhibition catalogue. 63 pp. Color and black & white illustrations. Interviews with Elayne Varian and Charles Stuckey. 53 pages, slim 4to, stiff pictorial wrappers. Centro de Arte Helio Oiticica, Rio de Janeiro, 1999. Fine. Portuguese/English text. inscribed by the artist to Nan Rosenthal, curator of modern art at the Metropolitan Museum of Art & The National Gallery.
illus, 8vo, bds., d.w. N.Y., (1971).
New York: David McKay, 1958. Illus. 8vo, black cloth, d.w. very torn, cloth dampstained, corners of cloth bumped. New York: David McKay, (1958). Author's four year journey in South America with his family. He travelled down the Amazon in Western Brazil to the Rio Negro and on to the Orinoco River.
Amsterdam: Time-Life Books, 1977. Color photo Illus. 4to, pictorial boards. Amsterdam: Time-Life Books, (1977). Near Fine Text in English.
London: Emanuel Bowen. Map. Uncolored Engraving. Sheet measures 13.75 x 16.5 inches. Page measures 15.5 x 18.25 inches. This map of Brazil dates from the mid-18th century, when the Portuguese colony was in the midst of a gold rush. Full of identifying and descriptive detail, it documents the knowledge gained of the region "formerly called the Country of Saint Croix" as new people moved to and explored the region. Notes scattered throughout comment particularly on the rivers and mines, with...
Boston: Ticknor, W.D., 1835. Map. Engraving with original color outline. Image measures 7.75" x 10". Brazil from Guyana and Colombia in the north to Uruguay in the south and from Bolivia in the west to the AtlanticT.G. Bradford (1802-1887) was a Boston based publisher. He worked as assistant editor of the American Encyclopedia before entering the field of map making.
illus. 8vo, cloth, d.w. N.Y.: Weybright and Talley, (1971). vg.
Miami Beach: Whitehaus Media Group, 2013. Introduction by Daniel L. Shapiro. Extravagantly illustrated in bright colors. 4to, black boards; very minor scuffing to covers. Miami Beach: Whitehaus Media Group, (2013). First edition. A near fine copy.
Rio de Janeiro: Grafica, 1984. Profusely illustrated with black-and-white photographs. 183 pages, 4to, black cloth, dust wrapper (worn). Rio de Janeiro: Grafica, 1984. A very good(+) copy in a very good(-) dust wrapper. Boldly inscribed across the half-title page: "To Jacqueline and David, Warmest Wishes, Fernando Bujones."
London: Tinsley Brothers, 1869. Two volumes. , xii, 443; , viii, 478 pages, plus 2 pp of ads. Each volume with a frontispiece plate and an additional title page with decorative vignette. Tall thick 8vos, recently rebound in dark brown morocco; ornate gilt-decorated spines with raised bands and red leather labels; original gilt pictorial cloth covers are preserved and inset on front panel. Tinsley Brothers, London, 1869. First edition. Pages evenly toned throughout with some chipping at fore-edges of first...
Paris: Gallimard, 1997. Many color Illus. 128pp. 12mo, pr. wrs. (Paris): Gallimard, (1997). Very good.
Philadelphia: Carey, Matthew. Map. Engraving with outline hand coloring. Images measures 17.25 x 13.75 inches. Page measures 21.5 x 17.25 inches. This elegant map of Brazil emphasizes the region's terrain and rivers as they fill the space encompassed by the eastern coast. A simple, hand-colored yellow line highlights the point where land meets sea, creating a visual rhythm that complements the stylized hachures indicating elevation. Important rivers, ports, cities, and surrounding states are labeled.The map appeared in Carey's "General Atlas"...
8vo, pr. wrs.; (back wr. chipped). Paris, (1953).
London: Cary, John, 1813. Map. Engraving with hand coloring. Image measures 11.25 x 9.25 inches. Page measures 12.75 x 10.5 inches. In very good condition. Shows some foxing. This map shows Brazil in the early 19th century as it existed as a Portuguese colony. At this time, unrest between Brazilians and their mother country was growing, and the colony would soon declare independence. Capitancies are delineated by hand coloring and relief is shown with hachures. The map includes cities, rivers...
Sao Paulo: Martins, 1962. Illustrated by the author. Introduction by Jorge Amado. 331 pages with Text in Portuguese. Large 8vo, green cloth, stiff pictorial wrappers bound in. Sao Paulo: Martins (1962). First Edition. Pages 23-38 have pencil underlining to the text and extensive pencil annotation in the margins. The pages with illustrations have not been underlined or annotated. Otherwise very good.
Bahia: Instituto Nacional, 1982. Text by Jorge Amado, Peirre Verger & Waldeloir Rego. 128 aquarelles by Carybe. Very thick folio, 3/4 tan linen over pictorial boards (somewhat dust-soiled and with faint stains on top of spine; internally clean). Bahia: Instituto Nacional, 1982. A very good copy. Inscribed by the artist on the half title with 3 original watercolors on the fly-leaf and half-title.
8vo, cloth, d.w. London: Heinemann, (1985). vg.
8vo, cloth. N.Y.: Dodd Mead, 1949. vg.
over 250 color illus. 4to, cloth, d.w.; (ex-lib). N.Y.: Abrams, (1984).