Trans. by Francois Hirsch and John Ross. 76 mounted color plates. 126pp. Large 4to, cloth, d.w.; dust wrapper torn. New York: Abrams, 1964. The enamels in the Georgian National Museum of Fine Arts in Tiflis, with descriptions of the processes of cloisonne, champleve, and repousse as well as the history, iconography and execution of each piece dating from the 7th through 12th century. "Treats Georgian enamels as a development of local tradition, distinct from that of Byzantium and the art...
London: National Gallery of Art, 1996. Profusely illustrated, much in color, with over 2200 entries, arranged alphabetically by artist. Very thick 4to, silver-lettered black cloth, d.w. London: National Gallery of Art, (1996). Reprint. Small private library stamp on front endpaper, otherwise a fine copy in a fine dust wrapper.
London: Goupil, 1904. Many illustrations, rubricated title, 302pp. folio, green cloth. London: Goupil & Co., 1904. Very good. A collection, chiefly of paintings, particularly strong in the 18th century French masters, but with representatives of English, Flemish and Italian schools, furniture, porcelain, and sculpture.
London: Goupil, 1904. Many b/w illustrations, 302pp. 4to, beautifully rebound in full green morocco with floral gilt-decorated covers and spines, raised bands, inner and outer dentelles, a.e.g. London: Goupil & Co., 1904. Near fine. A collection, chiefly of paintings, particularly strong in the 18th century French masters, but with representatives of English, Flemish and Italian schools, furniture, porcelain, and sculpture.
New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 2009. With contributions by Susan Yelavich, Jonathan Rosen, and Mark Strand. Illustrated throughout in striking color and b/w photographs. Slim, oblong 4to, pictorial boards, d.w. New York: Princeton Architectural Press, (2009). First edition. Slightly bumped corner, otherwise a near fine copy in a near fine dust wrapper.
New York: 1951. Fine content T.L.S. 8vo. 1 page, New York, October 15, 1951, pertaining to his explosive expose in a series of articles in The New Yorker about art dealer Joseph Duveen, in full: "Thank you very much for your kind note about Duveen. I am delighted that you like it. I hope you continue to like it, I regret to inform you that there will be six parts, so if you are faithful you will have a bust...
Budapest: Corvina, 1964. 48 color plates, 31 monochrome illus. 147pp. of text. 4to, blind-stamped maroon silk. Budapest: Corvina Press, (1964). Near Fine. 43 manuscripts and 2 incunabula of the original Bibliotheca Corviniana, comprised primarily of 15th century illuminated manuscripts of Italian origin.