Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1983. Many illustrations, some in color. 228pp. 4to, maroon cloth, d.w. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, (1983). First edition. A fine copy in a near fine dust wrapper.
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New York: Associated, 1972. Illustrated profusely in b/w. 88pp, plus 6 pages of extra illustrations. Small thin 4to, paper wrappers (small sticker on top corner of front cover, back cover has some small stains). New York: Associated American Artists, 1972. Catalogue from the exhibition on March 20 - April 15, 1972.
London: Day & Son, 1859. Color lithograph. Image measures 6.25" x 8.5". From Atkinson's satirical book "Curry and Rice (on Forty Plates), or the Ingredients of Social Life at "Our" Station in India" about a fictional village called Kabob. Scene shows an open carriage with two men drawn by a horse.
London: Day & Son, 1859. Color lithograph. Image measures 6.25" x 8.5". From Atkinson's satirical book "Curry and Rice (on Forty Plates), or the Ingredients of Social Life at "Our" Station in India" about a fictional village called Kabob. Scene shows a carriage of women and children drawn by a camel.
London: Day & Son, 1859. Color lithograph. Image measures 6.25" x 8.5". From Atkinson's satirical book "Curry and Rice (on Forty Plates), or the Ingredients of Social Life at "Our" Station in India" about a fictional village called Kabob. Scene shows several open carriages passing each other.
London: Day & Son, 1859. Color lithograph. Image measures 6.25" x 8.5". From Atkinson's satirical book "Curry and Rice (on Forty Plates), or the Ingredients of Social Life at "Our" Station in India" about a fictional village called Kabob. Scene shows streets in the village lined with houses and horses.
Koln: J.P. Bachem, 1972. Illustrated. 49 page. Oblong 4to., blue boards, shows light wear at spine, cardboard slipcase. Koln: J.P. Bachem, (1972). A very good(+) copy.
Paris: G. Boudet and C. Tallandier, 1897. Illustrated with 65 full-page color plates and 2 double-page color plates, all protected with tissue; 24 full-page black and white plates, 1 double-page black and white, and numerous other in-text illustrations. , iii, 206 pages. Large 4to, contemporary half red leather over marbled boards; gilt-stamped spine with raised bands; original yellow pictorial wrappers bound-in. Paris: G. Boudet and C. Tallandier, 1897. Limited edition -- from a total of 1,050 copies, this is number...
1990. Signed lithograph titled "True Colours," 11 x 8.5 inches, 100% pure rag neutral PH paper, No. 79 in an edition of 750, February 2, 1990, issued by the World Federation of United Nations Associates (WFUNA). Very good condition with a certificate of authenticity from the United Nations. American artist, portraitist and protégé of Andy Warhol who was a part of the original Factory scene. He is best known for the exceptional and unique covers he created for Interview Magazine.
Paris: Chez Hedborn. Beautiful accordion style large fold out lithograph, over-all size 11 1/2"x 85"; 2" tear along first fold. Abrasion on title affecting several words. Includes 16 pages of text. Folio, cloth-backed printed boards, soiled. Nice map of Stockholm on the back of the binding. Stockholm: Chez Hedbom, 1830. Carl Johan Billmark (1804-1870) was a Swedish painter and lithographer.
New York: Stewart Tabori & Chang, 1996. Text by Fabio Bourbon. Photos by Antonio Attini. Illustrated in color. 272 pages. Folio, ocher cloth, dust wrapper (light edgewear to dust wrapper). New York: Stewart, Tabori & Chang, (1996). A near fine copy in a very good dust wrapper.
New York: American Lithographic Company, 1918. Poster. Lithograph mounted on linen (two sheets have been joined). Image measures 60" x 77". Dramatic wall sized World War I recruitment poster featuring a lifeboat of sailors crashing through the waves after a U-boat attack. Sir Frank Brangwyn (1867-1956) was a British artist and illustrator. His loose and lively style lends itself well to such a riveting scene. One of two war posters Brangwyn made in America. A few creases and abrasions. Professional...
Paris: Maeght, 1967. Illustrated with 7 color lithographs after Braque (including cover), three double-page and several b/w photographs. Thin folio, loose as issued in pictorial wrappers. Paris: Maeght, 1967. A near fine copy.
London: Studio Limited, 1953. Illustrated in black & white. 240pp. Tall 8vo, beige cloth. London: Studio Limited, (1953). Sunned spine, still a very good(+) copy.
Paris: Imprimerie Chaix, 1900. Poster. Color lithograph. Page measures 15" x 11". Printed between 1895 and 1900, "Les Maitres de l'Affiche" ("Masters of the Poster") was a lithographed series of 256 plates that reproduces the best American and European posters of the time. Under the artistic direction of Jules Cheret (1836-1932), the prints were published as a monthly subscription. In addition to the four prints disseminated every month, there were 16 bonus plates each originally designed by noted artists including...
1973. Lithograph. Image measures 25.5" x 19.25", sheet measures 29.75" x 21", in 33.5" x 26.75" archival mat. Signed and editioned at bottom: "109/150" "Cassigneul". Shows some mat burn (from previous mat). In very good condition. Jean-Pierre Cassigneul (1935 - ) is a French painter and illustrator best known for his portraits of women in the style of the Post-Impressionist avant-garde. Listed as number 65 in his catalogue raisonne.
Paris: Musee des Arts Decoratifs, 1961. Illustrated in black and white and in color, and with an original black-and-white lithograph as the frontispiece. 88 pages with text in French featuring commentary from the Bible, curators, art historians, and the artist himself. Tall slim 8vo, original color printed self-wrapper. Paris: Musee des Arts Decoratifs, 1961. Limited first edition. A fine copy. Printed to coincide with an exhibition of Chagall's stained glass windows, this is number 267 of 300 copies, signed and...
Monte Carlo: Andre Sauret, 1962. Text by Jean Leymarie. Beautifully illustrated with 2 original color lithographs, and numerous other color and black and white plates throughout. 210 pages with text in French. Large 4to, pale gray cloth, d.w. Monte Carlo: Andre Sauret, (1962). First edition. A near fine copy in a very good(+) wrapper with a light wear at spine ends. Ownership signature of art historian Meyer Schapiro.
Boston: Boston Public Library, 1984. Foreword by Philip J. McNiff, introduction by David McCord. 286 black-and-white etchings, drypoints and lithographs. 364pp., 4to, cloth, d.w.; small hole to lower spine of dust wrapper. Boston: Boston Public Library, 1984. A near fine in very good dust wrapper.
New York: Shorewood, 1966. Introduction by John Davis Hatch. 63 facsimile plates, including 18 color and 45 duotones. Large 4to, brown cloth, tattered d.w. New York: Shorewood Press, 1966. A very good(+) copy in a poor dust wrapper. Special edition with a b/w lithograph "Nude" printed by Mourlot and signed in pencil. Additional inscription on the title page.
New York: City Directory Office, 1864. Map. Uncolored lithograph. Image measures 19" x 33.25". This unusual map depicts New York City from the Battery to 119th St. and includes parts of Brooklyn, Queens, Hoboken and Jersey City in New Jersey. Ward's Island and Roosevelt Island (then Blackwells Island) are also included. Includes the city's street grid plan along with squares, parks, the Harlem Rail Road and the Hudson River Rail Road lines. Central Park is beautifully depicted. Ferry lines are...
Paris: Imp. Champenois, 1921. Poster. Color lithograph. Page measures 41" x 29". Beautifully lithographed travel poster for the Chemin de Fer d'Orleans a Rouen railroad company. Chaumont, originally built in the 10th century as a military fortress, was razed in the mid-15th century in a fit of vengeance by Louis XI and then immediately rebuilt in part with funds provided by him. The new building was primarily a renaissance castle like the others in the area with white walls and...
Paris: Librairie Armand Colin, 1922. Text in French. Illustrated throughout in black & white. 149pp. Tall 4to, stiff pictorial wrappers, slip-case. Paris: Librairie Armand Colin, (1922). Tear along edge of spine and wear along hinges, still a very good copy.
Paris: Librairie Armand Colin, 1922. Text in French. Illustrated throughout in black & white. 149pp. Tall 4to, stiff pictorial wrappers; spine ends chipped. Paris: Librairie Armand Colin, (1922). A very good copy.
London: Washbourne, 1847. Illustrated with 31 tinted lithographic plates; numerous in-text woodcuts, 2 folding maps, xxii, 402pp. Thick 8vo, 3/4 leather (corners and edges rubbed, some light foxing, inner hinge a bit weak). London: Washbourne, 1847. Third edition, enlarged. A very good(-) copy.