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Tokyo: Pacific Press Service, 1980. 96 pages with all text in Japanese except for a one-page acknowledgment in English at rear by Cornell Capa & Robert Kirschenbaum. Short square 4to, white pictorial wrappers with full-page rear cover portrait of Capa. [Tokyo]: Pacific Press Service, printed under auspices of International Center of Photography in New York, 1980. Light foxing on front cover and fore-edge, still a very good(+) copy of this uncommon catalogue.
Drawing. Ink on heavy paper, with artist's signature in pencil. 15" x 22". In very good condition, light mat burn around image from a previous frame. A peaceful image of a dozing tabby cat. Confident and bold dry brush over wash, circa 1980. Gertrude Freyman (1901-1994) was an American artist, illustrator, educator, and interior designer.
London: Sidgwick & Jackson, 1965. Illustrated throughout with b/w photographs by Martha Swope. Small slim 4to, red boards, d.w (lightly scuffed at extremes). London: Sidgwick & Jackson, 1965. The copyright page has one line blacked out by the puplisher and is stamped "printed in Great Britain", otherwise clean. Near fine in very good(+) dust wrapper. An uncommon book featuring the humorous life of Balanchine's cat Mourka.
London: The British Library, 1999. Two volume set in cloth slipcase. 8vo, burgundy & green leather-backed pictorial boards. London: The British Library, (1999). Limited edition -- from a total of 1000 copies, this is number 215 of only 250 signed copies. Fine in near fine box. The second (limited) printing of O'Brian's first two books, originally published in 1930 and 1938; now with a new foreword by the author.
Etching with hand coloring. Signed in pencil at lower right. Image measures 4 x 6". Folded sheet measures 6.5 x 10". Inscribed inside with orange pencil 'Alberta from Jack' likely the artists' hand. This appealing original print by New York artist Clara Tice features a black panther or jaguar and a jaguar cub. Made in 1921, the image features a black panther on a tree branch reaching for its spotted cub. Tice has depicts the pair beautifully with the only.....