London: Phaidon Press, 1999. Nigel Spivey sets the formation of the classical style in its proper historical context. He considers how Greek art was inextricably bound up with the social, religious, philosophical and political factors of the period and explains the art not only in terms of those who commissioned and created it, but also with reference to the archaeology of the places which hosted it. 450p. illus bibliography. index. Reprint. French Wraps. New.
Tinos, Greece: Calgary Contemporary Arts Society / Cultural Foundation of Tinos, 2004. Catalogue of a shared exhibit of Canadian and Tinos artists held in Tinos, October 9 -31, 2004 and at the Triangle Gallery of Visual Arts in Calgary, Nov. 12, 2004 - January 25, 2005. English / Greek text. 63p. illus [col] [WorldCat lists only 1 copy in the USA, 2 in Canada]. 1st Greek Edition. Original Wraps. Very Good.
Athens: Dieuthynsis Apodemon Hellenon Hyp. Exoterikon,, 1980. Catalogue of an exhibition of modern Greek artists sponsored by rthe Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs. undates(c 1980?) 10 p, Only 4 copies listed in WorldCat. Reissue. Brochure. Near Fine.
Athens: Rea Media, 2015. Reminiscences of the famous Greek writer, painter and iconographer Photios Apostolelis about his origins in Aivali in Asia Minor. 416p, illus. Originally published in 1962 this is a facsimile of the edition from Ekdoseis Ankyra, Athens in 2009. Error slip laid in on p192 Donor inscription on ffep.. Reissue. French Wraps. Very Good.
Athens: Dieuthynsis Apodemon Hellenon Hyp. Exoterikon,, 1980. Catalogue of an exhibition of modern Greek artists sponsored by rthe Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Bi-lingual noters in Greek & English Undated.(c 1980?) 16 p, Only 4 copies listed in WorldCat. First Thus. Brochure. Near Fine.
Andros : Basil & Elise Goulandris Foundation , 1982. Modern Greek art, includes some biographical information on the artists . 142p. illus . First Thus. French Wraps. Very Good.
Paiania : Vorres Museum, 198. 32p. illus.col. Signed by Author. Soft Cover. As New.
Athens: National Bank of Greece, 1981. English translation of 'He Hellenike zographike 1832-1922' Covers the major artists of16th. and early 20th century Greece.Large format. 56p.of text + 174 pages of coloured plates index. Decorated endpapers. Donor inscription with his business card laid in. Some tears to dj, now protected in a plastic sleeve.. First Thus. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good, Slight Chips & Tear.
New York: Funk & Wagnalls, 1978. Large format softcover 5 pages, 15 tipped in plates (all complete ) in colour.. First Thus. Original Wraps. Near Fine. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall.
London: Fabet & Faber, 1994. "The Exhibition was set up for a memorial to men of Geece, Britain and the Dominions who fought and died for the cause of liberty in Greece and the Greek seas. To their memory, this book is also dedicated". A represtentative display of art from Greece - Ancient Byzantine and Modern. 72p. index + 572 B & W illustrations.. 1st UK Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Jacket.
New York: Kouros Gallery / Foundation for Hellenic Culture Exhibit at the Kouros Gallery November 18-December 30 1998 Curated by Margaret Sheffield 24p. illus . First Thus. Brochure. New.
Athens: Kouros Gallery /Foundation for Hellenic Culture / Idryma Hellenikou Politismou, 1998. Exhibit held at the Kouros Gallery November 18-December 30 1998 Curated by Margaret Sheffield Text in English and Greek. Sponsored by the Hellenic Foundation for Culture & Speros Basil Vryonis Center for the Study of Hellenism. 24p. illus. First Edition. Soft Cover. New.
Athens: Foundation for Hellenic Culture / Idryma Hellenikou Politismou , 1999. Describes the traveling exhibition sponsored by Art Box, The Hellenic Foundation for Culture,and the Speros Vyronis Center for the Study of Hellenism held in New York April 1 -May 1 1999 Unpaginated [38p.]. First Edition. French Wraps. New.
London: Whitechapel Gallery, 1968. Exhibit at the Whitechapel GalleryJuly-August 1968. Frontis (col) 20p.text + 45 pages of plates.. French Wraps. Near Fine.
Boston: Boston Book and Art Shop, 1965. Clean and crisp. Pp 1-45 (text) followed by 111pages of plates , then pp 47-69 (text) Illus. B & W and colour. bibliography.. 1st.US Ed.. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Very Good, Slight Chips & Tear. Illus. by Introduction Christian Zervos.
London: Thames & Hudson, 1967. "The life and work of the artist illustrated with 80 colour plates" 38p. + 80 plates (back flap and edges of last pages slightly damaged, . Original Wraps. Very Good.
New York: Abrams, 1953. Small format survey of the works of Domenicos Theotocopoulos (text identical to the larger format version in the portfolio edition "Library of Great Painters" series . First Thus. Original Wraps. Very Good.
New York: Abrams Large format softcover (french wraps) 24 pages, 9 tipped in plates (all complete ) in colour. Also issued in a smaller format in the "Pocket Libray of Great Art" series.. First Thus. Original Wraps. Very Good. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall.
Garden City NY: Doubleday & Co, 1955. 1st US Ed.. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Jacket.
Athens: Metaichmio, 2008. " A felicitous match of painting and poetry makes an unforgettable introduction to the Greek alphabet in a book that will also appeal to adults. Two-page spreads display paintings by surrealist artist Nikos Engonopoulos (who was also a poet) facing a four-line poem by Haris Vlavianos and a letter. The poems refer to something in the picture that starts with the letter. Alternate spreads illustrate the individual words. Identifying them all takes the reader effortlessly into the alphabet, in the company of striking images by one of Greeces most influential painters. And theres lots of ancient and modern lore and mythology to be gleaned along the way. H shows Heracles sawing his way through a plank of wood; M is for the Minotaur slain by Theseus. Other letters lead into the sailors, mermaids, saints, dragons and contemporary telephones and parasols of Engonopouloss surreal, idiosyncratic but recognizably Greek world." . 1st Greek Edition. Laminated HC. New. Illus. by Nikos Engonopoulos .