London: Thames & Hudson, 1981. Introduction By Sir Steven Runciman "This is the first book to recreate the reality and myth of Greece as perceived by artists, architects, archaeologists and writers who made their way to Greece, exploring and recording the temples and ancient sites, the landscape and Donor inscription on ffep, else fine . First Thus. Hard Cover. As New/As New.
London: Thames & Hudson, 1957. "Ancient Greece was the fountainhead of Western civilization, and the richness of the legacy handed down to later generations by the Hellenic world is without parallel. Today, only weathered monuments, some little more than ruins, fragments of friezes and isolated sculptures remain to bear tangible witness to this once flourishing pre-Christian culture. But its spirit lives on: in the records of its poets, dramatists and historians, and in the very blood of its inheritors. Dr Hurlimann and Mr Warner, by dint of a singularly happy collaboration, have succeeded in bringing Ancient Greece once more before our eyes. The former has, with his camera, captured all the qualities that make up the perfection of Greek architecture; the milky clarity of the white Attic sunshine on marble, the forlorn dignity of sacred grove and deserted amphitheatre, the opalescent shimmer of Aegean bays. To complement these admirable pictures, the author of Men and Gods and Greeks and Trojans gives us a lucid account of what he considers to be the salient features of Hellenic civilization, incorporating a number of his own entirely new renderings from the works of Ancient Greek writers. Here is a feast for the eye and for the mind. No such authoritative yet readily assimilable record of 'the glory that was Greece' Large format survey of the most important archaeological sites in Greece, printed in a large size type face and with marvellous photographs in B & W and colour.175p. illus. Cover slightly sun faded and soiled.. Reprint. Hard Cover. Good/No Jacket. Illus. by Photographs By Max Hurliman.
Athens: NTOG, 1992. Book about Greece for tourists issued annually by the NTOG - beautifully illustrated with maps and travel information. 224p.. 1st Greek Edition. Printer Wrapper. Fine.
Munich: Ludwig Simon Verlag , 1955. From Germany a book full of vintage (1950's) black and white photographs of Greece - all before the onslaught of mass tourism. 239p. map. Text in English. . First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/No Jacket.
London: Max Parrish, 1956. 127p. plates. (col.).index . 1st UK Ed.. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Very Good, Slight Chips. Illus. by Photographs By Dimitri.
Athens: NTOG, 1992. Book about Greece for tourists issued annually by the NTOG - beautifully illustrated with maps and travel information. 224p.Pages complete but someare loose in paper covers. 1st Greek Edition. French Wraps. Good.
New York: Walker & Company, 1971. Glorious photographs of Greece by Roy Moore illustrating quotations from Kazantzakis. Large coffee table book with 104 pages of full color photographs. A nice volume to send as a gift . NOTE : HEAVY LARGE FORMAT COFFEE TABLE BOOK . 1st.US Ed.. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Near Fine. Illus. by Moore, Roy.
Athens: Apeiron Photos, 2003. Evocative black and white pictures by one of Greece's most famous photographers. Bi-lingual text in Greek and English. Introduction by FinnThrane, Afterword by Aris Marangopoulos.. 1st Greek Ed.. Hard Cover. New/New.
New York: J.J.Augustin, 1946. Sixty-Four black and white photographs by Hoyningen-Huene, with poems and quotations from a selection of authors, classical to modern.143p. Printed by The George Grady Press, New York. . 4th.Ed.. Cloth. Very Good/No Jacket.
Gordonsville,(VA): Aperture Foundation,, 1992. W.J.Stillman was an avid photographer in the 19th. Century, and he took wonderful pictures  of the Acropolis and Athens  and Crete [1865-1868] whilst he served in Greece as the American Consul (His wife was Greek - Maria Spartali, a well known Pre-Raphaelite artist, who died tragically) 126p.. 1st.US Ed.. Hard Cover. Good>Very Good/Good with slight chips & Tear.
San Francisco: Chronicle Books, 2006. Perhaps the most acclaimed photographer of cats in the world, Hans Silvester returns to his beloved Greek isles, the subject of his best-selling Cats in the Sun, for this glorious new collection of deliciously sun-drenched photographs. Cats in Love reveals the full wealth and intensity of feline affection -- from the amorous prowl of a tomcat to the motherly tenderness of a tabby; from the playful nips of tussling kittens to friends caught curled up in a nap; from a pair of young acquaintances shyly rubbing noses to a couple of old friends grooming each other. Set against the idyllic white-washed villages of the Mediterranean, this is love in all its sweet diversity. Sure to delight fans of Silvester's previous work, Cats in Love will certainly charm softies of every stripe. 152p. of wonderful colour photographs. A delightful gift book for fans of felines!. First Pbk.Ed.. Soft Cover. As New.
Athens: NTOG, 1991. Book about Greece for tourists issued annually by the NTOG - beautifully illustrated with maps and travel information. Special theme is "Ancient Theatres " Pages 5-65.. 1st Greek Edition. Printer Wrapper. Fine.
Boston, MA: Little Brown & Co, 1998. "Greece is a legendary destination, and anyone who has once fallen under its spell dreams of returning again and again. GREECE: LAND OF LIGHT captures the essence of Greece, its striking sea and landscape, its peoples, its culture and history, and its ancient monuments.In the stark light of the Greek sun, colors become so pure and clear that they are almost audible. From the tip of the Peloponnese to the remote mountain villages of the far north to the islands of the Aegean, Brukoffs brilliant color images and Gage's evocative words delineate the heart of Greece. Included are the great classical ruins, Byzantine monasteries, colorful fishing villages, chairs at outdoor tavernas, octopus drying in the sun like laundry, and the ubiquitous catsthe vivid details that each traveler takes home as a memory." Gages insightful essays on the turbulent history of Greece, its myths and beliefs, life in the villages, the age-old wisdom and spirit of the Greek people, and above all, Greeces unearthly, spiritual, almost holy light are a passionate tribute to an extraordinary country.160p. plates (col) index . 1st US Ed.. French Wraps. Very Good. Illus. by Photographs Barry Brukoff.
London: Thames & Hudson, 1998. From the terracotta and ocher of the Ionian Islands to the brilliant blue and white of the Aegean, the beautiful villages of Greece and its islands are incomparable. The variety of village life and building springs from a multitude of histories and influences, yet these villages are all, in their separate ways, quintessentially Greek. Here, then, are the loveliest villages created by the indomitable Greek spirit, all set in a landscape of overwhelming magnificence. We travel in the mountains of the mainland and the Pelion peninsula, land of the mythical Centaurs. Stone-walls and overhanging wood-framed balconies betray a Turkish influence. In the southern Peloponnese are the Maniot villages and their characteristic tower houses, built by warring families the better to pursue their vendettas. From north to south through the mainland and the Peloponnese, from west to east through the islands, the mixture of intimacy and grandeur continues. The Ionian Islands are home to belfried churches, pitched tile roofs, porticoes and colonnades, testimonies to years of Venetian rule. In contrast the flat-roofed white houses of the Cyclades, startling against the blue Aegean Sea, seem to express the very essence of Greece. Other islands mirror an international trading and shipping tradition such as Chios whose substantial country mansions were left by the Genoese.. 1st UK Ed. Hard Cover. New/Near Fine - Price Clipped.
Burlington, Ontario: South Studio, 2002. Glorious colour photographs of Greece by a professional Greek-Canadian photographer, large format 1320. illus (col) . Signed by Author. 1st.Can Ed.. Original Wraps. New.
New Rochelle. NY: Caratzas, 1981. Introduction By Sir Steven Runciman "This is the first book to recreate the reality and myth of Greece as perceived by artists, architects, archaeologists and writers who made their way to Greece, exploring and recording the temples and ancient sites, the landscape and people of the time. " 208p. plates (some col) bibliography. index Donor inscription on ffep, else fine . 1st.US Ed.. Hard Cover. Near Fine/No Jacket.
Athens: Ekdoseis Psychogios, 2009. Translated. Dominique Sandis & Klio Panourgia. 256p. illus.. 1st Greek Ed.. Hard Cover. New Book from Greece/New. Illus. by Photographs Pinelopi Masouri.
Athens: Gouvoussis Large format locally produced guide for tourists in Greece with many coloured photographs. nd (c.1986-7 ?) Some marks by presious owner. Soft Cover. Near Fine.
Athens: Gouvoussis Large format locally produced guide for tourists in Greece with many coloured photographs. nd (c.1986-7 ?) Some marks by presious owner. Soft Cover. Very Good.
Athens: National gallery/ Alexander Soutzos Museum, 1998. Himerologia 1999 - a large format [unused] desk diary and address book, illustrated with lovely etchings and paintings of Athens by Greek and foreign artists.- a nice gift item. Unpaginated. [WorldCat lists NO copies in the USA]. First Thus. Laminated HC. As New.