Milan: Leonardo Arte, 1994. Nearly 200 color illustrations, 100 black-and-white photographs. 400pp., folio, stiff, glossy pictorial wrappers. Milan: Leonardo Arte in association with the National Gallery of Art and The Museum of Modern Art, (1994). Internally fine, a near fine copy. Essays by Yve-Alain Bois, Joop Joosten, Angelica Zander Rudenstine, and Hans Janssen.
London: Phaidon, 1971. With 347 illustrations, of which 170 are in color. 320 pages. Short 4to, brown cloth, dust wrapper (wrapper edgeworn and chipped, some foxing at top of page edges; some toning on inside covers and three small stains on half title page). London: Phaidon in association with The Los Angeles County Museum of Art & The Metropolitan Museum of Art, (1971). A very good copy in a very good(-) dust wrapper.
PICASSO, Pablo & MATISSE, Henr: Tate Publishing, 2002. Profusely color-illustrated. Catalogue by Anne Baldassari, Elizabeth Cowlong, John Elderfield, John Golding, Isabelle Monod-Fontaine, Kirk Varnedoe. Introduction by John Golding. 400pp. Thick 4to, yellow cloth, d.w.; dust wrapper rubbed. London: Tate Publishing, (2002). A fine copy in a very good dust wrapper. Published to accompany the exhibition at The Museum of Modern Art, New York 13 February - 19 May 2003.
London: Thames & Hudson, 1956. A Study of his Work by Elgar. A Biographical Study by Maillard. Translated by Francis Scarfe. 398 illustrations 75 in color. 315 pages, 8vo, light blue cloth (some subtle soiling), dust wrapper (worn and torn). London: Thames & Hudson, 1956. A very good copy in a good dust wrapper. Definitive full biography. Complete appraisal.
London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1913. Illustrated at rear with 25 b/w plates on coated paper, featuring works by Cezanne, Picasso, Derain, Metzinger, Laurencin, Gleizes, Leger; Duchamp; Gris & Picabia. 64pp of text; 1 ad leaf at rear for Galerie Clovis Sagot. Slim wide 8vo, gilt-lettered black cloth (head chipped and joints repaired; internally clean). London: T. Fisher Unwin, (1913). Translated from the French, this is the first edition in English with author's name [Metzinger] misspelled on the cover. Overall a....
New York: Scribner, 1988. 325 pages, 8vo, orange cloth backed orange boards. New York: Sribner's Sons, 1988. Blurb from d.w. pasted on endpaper, else a near fine copy. "The Armory Show and the Pageant, Martin Green shows so brilliantly, were the last manifestations of a pre World War I radicalism -- in art and in the ranks of the proletariat, of the old Interanational Workers of the World.
Paris: Moreau, 1929. Theories et Realistions. Etude Critique. 34 black & white plates, (out of 48). 4to, pictorial wrappers, with colored pouchoir illustration; ends of spine torn. Paris: Editions D'Art Charles Moreau, (1929). Limited Edition. Very good First edition of this important study. Unfortunately, all the color plates have been removed. Ownership signature of art historian Meyer Schapiro, who has noted some missing plates.