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Ernest Berke: Paintings & Sculptures of the Old West
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Ernest Berke: Paintings & Sculptures of the Old West

By Wiggins, Walt

Roswell, NM: Pintores Press. Very Good in Good dust jacket. 1980. First Edition. Hardcover. Pictorial dust jacket over tan cloth boards with gilt lettering. Dust jacket has moderate soiling, two 1/2" tears on spine, minor chipping to edges and is price clipped; boards have light wear to edges; previous owner's bookplate on front endpaper. Western paintings and bronzes, full color and b&w. ; B&W & Color Illustrations; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 143 pp .

$15.00

Escape to Reality: the Western World of Maynard Dixon
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Escape to Reality: the Western World of Maynard Dixon

By Gibbs, Linda Jones; Rasiel, Deborah Brown

Provo, UT: Brigham Young University. Fine in Fine dust jacket. 2001. First Edition. Hardcover. 0842524762 . Black boards with grey text on cover and spine. Illustrated dust jacket wrapped in mylar. Full-color reproductions of Brigham Young University's extensive collection of Maynard Dixon paintings accompanied by some informational text. Jacket, boards and interior are very clean, sharp and tight with no notable flaws. ; Book; 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall .

$45.00

Contemporary Nigerian Art
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Contemporary Nigerian Art

Oakland, CA: Salad Bar. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1991. Pamphlet. Folded paper program with gray decoration and text on front. Interior and exterior are clean and free from wear. A program for an exhibition on Contemporary Nigerian Art at Koncepts Cultural Gallery in Oakland, CA, February 17 - April 13, 1991. Features brief artist bios and a reproduction of a pen and ink drawing by Chief Twins seven Seven. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall .

$10.00

Our History Our Rituals
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Our History Our Rituals

By Henry, Caryl, Curator

California: Salad Bar. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1991. Program. White paper wrapper with black text and decoration. Light soiling to wrapper. Text block is clean and unmarked. No loose pages. A collection of artist statements and black-and-white reproductions of paintings, sculpture, and photography from the "Our History, Our Rituals" exhibition at Sonoma State University Intercultural Gallery. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall .

$10.00

Forbidden Self
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Forbidden Self

San Francisco: Salad Bar. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1991. Program. Folded paper program with black text on front and two black-and-white reproductions of artists' work on back. Interior and exterior are both clean with very light scuffing and very light toning. A program for The Forbidden Self exhibition from February 15 - March 30, 1991, at the Capp Street Project in San Francisco. Features artist statements, curators statement, and statement from Salad Bar. ; 4to 11" - 13" tall .

$10.00

Salad Bar Comes to Bayview Opera House At Hunter's Point October 1990
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Salad Bar Comes to Bayview Opera House At Hunter's Point October 1990

Salad Bar. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1990. Pamphlet. White paper wrapper with black text and gray drawing of the South San Francisco Opera House on front. Includes a poster for the Salad Bar at Bayview Opera House exhibition tucked inside of front wrapper. Poster is neatly folded and in very good condition. Wrapper is exceptionally clean and shows virtually no wear aside from the very faint remnants of some writing in pencil on upper right corner of front cover. Text block is clean and unmarked. No loose pages. A collection of artist statements and black-and-white reproductions of artists' work for the exhibition at Bayview Opera House in October, 1990. Features work by Janet Bogardus, Wendy Cadden, and Cristina Emmanuel, amongst many others. ; 4to 11" - 13" tall .

$15.00

Salad Bar Comes to Bayview Opera House At Hunter's Point October 1990
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Salad Bar Comes to Bayview Opera House At Hunter's Point October 1990

Salad Bar. Good with no dust jacket. 1990. Pamphlet. White paper wrapper with black text and gray drawing of the South San Francisco Opera House on front. Includes a poster for the Salad Bar at Bayview Opera House exhibition tucked inside of front wrapper. Poster is neatly folded and in very good condition. Wrapper has very light toning to fore-edge and a light, ½" smudge on front cover. Faint remnants of some writing in pencil on upper right corner of front cover. Text block is clean and unmarked. No loose pages. A collection of artist statements and black-and-white reproductions of artists' work for the exhibition at Bayview Opera House in October, 1990. Features work by Janet Bogardus, Wendy Cadden, and Cristina Emmanuel, amongst many others. ; 4to 11" - 13" tall .

$15.00

Salad Bar Comes to Bayview Opera House At Hunter's Point October 1990
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Salad Bar Comes to Bayview Opera House At Hunter's Point October 1990

Salad Bar. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1990. Pamphlet. White paper wrapper with black text and gray drawing of the South San Francisco Opera House on front. Wrapper is exceptionally clean and shows virtually no wear aside from the very faint remnants of some writing in pencil on upper right corner of front cover. Text block is clean and unmarked. No loose pages. A collection of artist statements and black-and-white reproductions of artists' work for the exhibition at Bayview Opera House in October, 1990. Features work by Janet Bogardus, Wendy Cadden, and Cristina Emmanuel, amongst many others. ; 4to 11" - 13" tall .

$15.00

Talking Drum Connected Vision Native American Artists Addressing  Affinities with the Indigenous People of South Africa
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Talking Drum Connected Vision Native American Artists Addressing Affinities with the Indigenous People of South Africa

By La Marr, Jean, and Mario Martinez and Hulleah Stinhnahjinnie

Oakland, CA: Salad Bar. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1990. Pamphlet. Paper wrapper with text and gray decorative illustration on front cover. Wrapper is exceptionally clean aside from a small pencil note in upper right corner of front cover. Text block is clean and unmarked. No loose pages. A program for an art exhibition at Koncepts Cultural Gallery in Oakland, CA, from October 1st through November 30th, 1990. Program features artist statements and black-and-white reproductions of several of artists' images. ; 4to 11" - 13" tall .

$15.00

Writer's Eye
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Writer's Eye

By Horgan, Paul

New York: Harry N. Abrams. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. 1988. First Edition. Hardcover. Burgundy cloth boards with gilt and blind embossed type on front board and gilt type on spine. Dust jacket with watercolor images on front and back. Light toning to top and bottom edge of boards. Dust jacket is very lightly scuffed. Text block is clean, binding is tight, and images are bright. Inscribed by the author in 1988 on front endpaper. Includes an additional piece of stationary inscribed by the author in 1990, a newspaper article about Horgan cut out from the Entertainment section of The Middletown Press in 1988, and a newspaper cutout of Paul Horgan's obituary in 1995. A beautiful collection of sketches, field notes, and watercolors by Horgan with an introduction by David McCullough. ; Oblong 8vo 8" to 9" tall; 95 pp; Signed by Author .

$28.00

Leading the West - One Hundred Contemporary Painters and Sculptors
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Leading the West - One Hundred Contemporary Painters and Sculptors

By Hagerty, Donald J.

Flagstaff, AZ: Northland Press. New. 1997. Limited Edition. Hardcover. Specially bound and limited edition housed in a cloth-covered slipcase. Brown textured leather binding with color illustration pastedown on front cover and title gilt on spine; green cloth slipcase has title gilt on one side. No wear or soiling present. Produced as part of a limited runoff 500 copies signed by the author and 49 artists; colophon states that there should be 96 artist signatures; this book is missing it's limitation page as well as two pages of artist's signatures. Tom Lovell passed before the book was published, his signature line was left blank and the book was dedicated to him. This limited edition is a beautiful tribute to western art. ; Color and B&W Illustrations; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 214 pp; Signed by Collection of Signatures .

$175.00

100 Years 100 Ranchers
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100 Years 100 Ranchers

By Baxter, Scott T.

Prisma Graphic Corp.. Fine. 2012. First Printing. Hardcover. Full leather binding with title and illustration embossed on front and spine. Housed in a linen slipcase. Leather has natural blemishes but no shelfwear or soiling is present; text block is clean and binding is tight. Linen slipcase is clean and without wear. This book present b&w photographs and commentary surrounding southern Arizona ranch life. As stated in the introduction, "Scott Baxter's work ensures that Arizona's ranching families and traditions are forever etched into our national psyche." ; B&W Photographs; Oblong 4to 11" - 13" tal; 223 pp .

$150.00

Leading the West - One Hundred Contemporary Painters and Sculptors
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Leading the West - One Hundred Contemporary Painters and Sculptors

By Hagerty, Donald J.

Flagstaff, AZ: Northland Press. New. 1997. Limited Edition. Hardcover. Specially bound and limited edition housed in a cloth-covered slipcase. Brown textured leather binding with color illustration pastedown on front cover and title gilt on spine; green cloth slipcase has title gilt on one side. No wear or soiling present. Limited to 500 copies signed by the author and 70 artists; colophon states that there should be 96 artist signatures; book numbers 474, 477, 478, 482, 486, 487, and 490 are available. Some signatures include those of artists, Ed Mell, Clyde Aspevig, George McLean, Bill Owen, Joe Beeler, and Paige Allen. Tom Lovell passed before the book was published, his signature line was left blank and the book was dedicated to him. This limited edition is a beautiful tribute to western art. ; Color and B&W Illustrations; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 214 pp; Signed by Collection of Signatures .

$195.00

Leading the West - One Hundred Contemporary Painters and Sculptors
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Leading the West - One Hundred Contemporary Painters and Sculptors

By Hagerty, Donald J.

Flagstaff, AZ: Northland Press. New. 1997. Limited Edition. Hardcover. Specially bound and limited edition housed in a cloth-covered slipcase. Brown textured leather binding with color illustration pastedown on front cover and title gilt on spine; green cloth slipcase has title gilt on one side. No wear or soiling present. Limited to 500 copies signed by the author and 91 artists with an extra leaf bound in duplicating the first signed leaf of signatures (a total of 22 signatures are duplicates) ; colophon states that there should be 96 artist signatures; book numbers 466, 467, 470 and 472 available. Some signatures include those of artists, Ed Mell, Clyde Aspevig, George McLean, Bill Owen, Joe Beeler, and Paige Allen. Tom Lovell passed before the book was published, his signature line was left blank and the book was dedicated to him. This limited edition is a beautiful tribute to western art. ; Color and B&W Illustrations; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 214 pp; Signed by Collection of Signatures .

$215.00

Color and Light: The Southwest Canvases of Louis Akin
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Color and Light: The Southwest Canvases of Louis Akin

By Babbitt, Bruce E.

Flagstaff, AZ: Northland Press. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1973. First Edition. Hardcover. 0873581113 . No dust jacket. Olive green boards with black and gilt imprint. Archive copy stamp on first free endpaper. Signed by Bruce Babbitt on the title page. ; Color Illustrations; 10 1/2" x 9 1/2"; 76 pp; Signed by Author(s) .

$35.00

Morning, Signed Etching
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Morning, Signed Etching

By West, Levon (Ivan Dmitri)

Fine. Drawing. A signed etching by Levon West titled "Morning." Image size is 9" x 14 1/2". Depicted are sailing vessels on placid water. Signed Levon West imp. , numbered 24. Circa 1930, with a location of Havana Harbor given in a Harvard record of the print. Levon West (1900-1968) also used the pen name Ivan Dmitri in his photography, but used his real name in his other art. West gained popularity for his etchings and also influenced photography's acceptance as an art. ; 14 1/4" x 19 1/4" .

$350.00

Block Prints, Block Printing Class of University of California At Los  Angeles
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Block Prints, Block Printing Class of University of California At Los Angeles

By Morgan, Barbara (Instructor)

Los Angeles: Webbcraft Printers. Very Good. 1930. Limited/Numbered Edition. Limited edition numberred 371/500 copies. Brown four-fold paper wrappers with red imprints. Creased and torn edges on wrapper. Light soil on wrapper and a few foxed spots on edges of pages. 25 block prints from a UCLA class in block printing led by Barbara Morgan, with many well-known artist contributors. Contributors and Editors: Gertrude Zipser, Mary Feinstein, Ruth Richards, Sue McCulloh, Edythe King, Ann Robison, Alice Fairbanks, Dorothea Thorme, Adella Burner, Jane Giguette, Gayl Hayes, Lucille Picco, Lola Lewis, Faure Rilliet, Dorothy Feldman, Beatrice White. On handmade Japanese paper. ; B&W Illustrations; 15 3/4" x 11 1/2" .

$850.00

Tempus Fugit: Time Flies
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Tempus Fugit: Time Flies

By Schall, Jane

University of Washington Press. New. 2001. Hardcover. 0942614321 . Linen boards. A collection of essays and art about time. ; 11.36 X 8.37 X 1.14 inches; 360 pp .

$10.00

R. Brownell McGrew
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R. Brownell McGrew

By Laguna Beach Museum of Art

Kansas City, MO: Lowell Press. Very Good. 1978. Limited and Numbered. Hardcover. Limited edition, 122/150, inscribed to previous owners with original sketch in turquoise ink. In red cloth slipcase. Some scratches and scuffs to the smooth surface of the boards, marbled paper band shows little wear. Interior clean, binding tight.; Book; 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall; Signed by Illustrator(s) .

$365.00

La Grande Flora de Colorado de Montana y Llanos, Series One

By Walker, Sarah Bennett; Achleitner, Oscar

Denver, CO: Frank S. Thayer. Very Good. 1901. First Edition. No Binding. Twelve beautiful botanical chromolithographs spanning the mountains and plains of Colorado are matted in heavy cardstock with decorative blind stamping around the oval opening, all in olive green clothbound portfolio with snap. The author, Sarah Bennett Walker, was known as "Mrs. Colorado Wildflower." This is #403 of 1000 copies produced. Unbound as issued, with a thick navy satin ribbon to tie the plates in place. Fastener on ribbon is broken, little wear save for some mild foxing to mats. Edges of portfolio are rubbed on edges, corners bumped. Oversized item, may require extra shipping charges.; Book; Atlas Folio - over 23 - 25" tall .

$2200.00

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