RECENT ARRIVALS in Decorative Arts From Exquisite Corpse, Booksellers
By Tanenhaus, Ruth Amdur
Museum of Contemporary Crafts, New York, 1975. 24 pages. Slim softcover, staple bound with stiff illustrated paper covers and a brown paper bag affixed to the front cover. Text in English, illustrations in black and white. Slight tanning to the covers, with a slight bit of wear and rubbing from shelving. Else, the binding is tight and secure with an interior that is clean and clear of markings. Published in conjunction with the exhibition held from October 10, 1975-January 4, 1976. Exhibition checklist included at back.. Wrappers. Near Fine.
By Wilk, Christopher
The Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1981. 189 pages with 201 black and white illustrations. Introduction by J. Steward Johnson. Illustrated wraps. Bibliography. . Wrappers. Fine Condition.
By Wardwell, Anne E
The Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland OH, 1984. Slim volume, 47 pages with 31 black and white illustrations. Illustrated wraps. Published on the occasion of the exhibition from The Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland OH 21 November-30 December 1984. Glossary. Bibliography. . Staple-bound Wrappers. Fine Condition.
By McDeVitt, Janet
The Museum of Contemporary Crafts of the American Craftsmen's Council , 1967. Slim volume, 76 pages with 55 illustrations 27 in color. Some soiling and rubbing to the white covers. Introduction by Paul J. Smith, Director of the The Museum of Contemporary Crafts. Square format. List of Works. . Wrappers. Near Fine.
By Dinkle, Söke; Rolf Pfeifer, Christian Theo Steiner, and Peter Weibel
Kunsthaus Graz am Landesmuseum Joanneum, 2004. 287 pages with 137 illustrations in color. A bump to the bottom edge center, affecting more the back of the publication than front. Illustrated wrap with plastic dustcover. Text is in German and English. Foreword by Guido Magnaguapno. Introduction by Peter Pakesch. Published on the occasion of the exhibition from the Kunsthaus Graz am Landesmuseum Joanneum 9 October 2004-16 January 2005 and the Museum Tinguely, Basel 8 March-26 June, 2005. Appendix. . Wrappers. Near Fine/Near Fine.
By Newman, Bruce M.; Alastair Duncan
Rizzoli International Publications, New York, 1989. 199 pages 151 illustrations in color. Foreword by Thomas Hoving. Afterword by Leo Lerman. Bibliography. Additional Introductions by Bruce M. Newman, Mrs. Henry Parish II, Erté, Stanley Marcus, Marvin D. Schwartz, John Loring, and John L. Marion. Bibliography. . Cloth. Fine Condition/Fine Condition.
By Camard, Florence
Harry N. Abrams, Inc. New York, 1984. 312 pages 487 illustrations of which 67 in full color. Minor rubbing and wear otherwise fine. Chronology. Glossary and Bibliography. Index. . Cloth. Fine Condition/Fine Condition.
The Estate and Collection of Works by Charles Rennie Mackintosh at the Hunterian Art Gallery, University of Glasgow
By McLeod, M. D
Hunterian Art Gallery, University of Glasgow Scotland, 1991. 56 pages. Softcover, bound in stiff illustrated paper covers. Text in English and well illustrated. Crisp, tight, sharp and clean condition. Includes a sampling of all facets of the multitalented artist/designer/architect's career. Selected bibliography.. Wrappers. Fine Condition.
By Joseph, Peter T. ; Cobb, Emma
Peter Joseph Gallery, New York, 1991. 36 pages. Softcover, bound in stiff printed paper covers. Slight shelfwear rubbing to the covers, but still a tight binding, with sharp corners and a clean interior free of markings. About 20 illustrations, most in full color, and some detail images in full double page spreads. Text in English. . Wrappers. Fine Condition.
By Constantine, Mildred; Laurel Reuter
The Monacelli Press, New York, 1997. 257 pages 235 illustrations 97 in color. Introduction and Afterword by Mildred Constantine. Biographies and Bibliography Index of Names. . Cloth. Fine Condition/No Jacket, As Issued.
By Adriani, Gotz
Thames & Hudson, Inc. New York & London, 1988. 436 pages with 421 illustrations 78 in color. Softcover, bound in illustrated stiff paper covers. Some wear to the edges, rubbing to the covers, and mild soiling to the edges associated with shelving. Slight sunning to the top edge of the rear panel. Light vertical creasing to the spine, but still a solid, tight binding and clean interior free of markings. Foreword by Gotz Adriani. Translated from the German by Eileen Martin. Bibliography. Index of Persons. . Wrappers. Near Fine.
By Lovenheim, Barbara; Ramljak, Suzanne; Smith, Paul J
Memorial Art Gallery, University of Rochester, Rochester NY, 2010. 157 pages color illustrations throughout. Still in the publisher's shrinkwrap. Edited by Barbara Lovenheim. Illustrated wraps. Published on the occasion of the exhibition from the Memorial Art Gallery, University of Rochester, Rochester NY March 15, 2010-May 4, 2010.. Wrappers. New.
By Ottomeyer, Hans; Klaus Albrecht SchrÃ¶der, and Laurie Winters
Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee WI, 2006. 400 pages 409 illustrations in color. Some minor rubbing and wear to the covers and edge. Stiff Illustrated wraps. Published on the occasion of the exhibition from the Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee WI September 16, 2006-January 1, 2007. Selected Bibliography by Mary Weaver Chapin. . Stiff Wrappers. Near Fine.
By No Author Noted
Marlborough Monaco, 2009. 43 pages 23 illustrations in color. Minor wear and rubbing to the covers and edge. A small bruise to the head of the spine. Stiff Illustrated wraps. Oblong. Published on the occasion of the exhibition from the Marlborough Gallery, Monaco 23 September-20 November 2009. Select Biography.. Wrappers. Near Fine.
By Jefferies, Susan; Michael R. Cunningham, Yoshiaki Inui, and Jack Lenor Larsen
Arnoldsche Verlagsanstalt, Stuttgart, 2012. 112 pages 58 illustrations in color. Illustrated boards. Foreword by Jack Lenor Larsen. Biography. Bibliography. . Cloth. New/No Jacket, As Issued.
By Beard, Geoffrey
Yale University Press, New Haven, 1997. 346 pages. Hardcover, bound in maroon cloth covered boards and wrapped in an illustrated paper dustjacket. Light bumps to the corners from shelving, with associated rubbing to the dustjacket covers and wear to the edges. The previous owner's bookplate is affixed neatly to the front free endpaper. Otherwise, the interior is clean and clear of markings. Awarded the 1996 prize by the Confederation of International Antique Dealers (CINOA) and is the first title in a series of books published in association with the Bard Graduate Center for Studies in the Decorative Arts, New York.. Cloth. Near Fine/Near Fine.
By Batkin, Maureen
Richard Dennis Publications, London, 2006. 244 pages with 631 illlustrations 51 in color. Illustrated boards. Includes an alphabetical list of selected artists, designers, modellers, painters, and gilders associated with Wedgwood. Selected Bibliography. List of Marks.. Cloth. Fine Condition/No Jacket, As Issued.
By Hulten, Pontus ; with Essays By Numerous Other Authors
Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, 1981. 528 pages. Softcover, bound in printed stiff paper covers. Significant sunning to the covers, with rubbing to the covers and wear to the edges of the covers. Still, the binding is solid and tight, with a barely creased spine and clean unmarked interior. Texts are in French, with a huge amount of photographs--both black and white vintage images of the artists and their environments, and color images of the artworks presented in the exhibition for which this was published, displayed in Paris from May 28-November 2, 1981.. Wrappers. Very Good.
By de Jaegere, Jozef
Interieur Stichting / Fondation, 1988. 536 pages. Softcover, bound with stiff paper, French fold covers. Some light handling creases to the covers, but otherwise a tightly bound copy, with an uncreased spine and clean interior free of markings. Text in Dutch, French, English, and German. Heavily illustrated, with extensive details on the exhibiting designers selected by a jury that included Andrea Branzi, Michele de Lucchi, Axel Enthoven, Thierry Gaudin, Jack Lenor Larsen, Ingo Maurer, Philippe Neerman, Andree Putman, and Meinhard van Gerkan.. Wrappers. Near Fine.
By Helft, Jacques; Yves Bottineau and Olivier Lefuel
Hachette, Paris, 1965. 332 pages over four hundred black and white illustrations. Some soiling found on the first few pages. A few minor tears from a half inch to one inch, chipping and wear to the edge of the dustjacket cover now protected with a Mylar cover. Text is in French. Introduction by Jean Babelon. Preface by Jacques Helft. Table of Contents. . Cloth. Very Good/Very Good.