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Changing Hands : Art without Reservation 1 : Contemporary Native North American Art from the Southwest
by McFadden, David Revere and Ellen Napiura Taubman (editors)
New York: American Craft Museum / Merrell Publishers Limited, 2002. Softcover. VG- (Ex-art library, with i.d. marks on book block edges and outermost pages; spine has slight crease; interior is clean.). Burgundy, black and illus. wraps, French flaps. 224 pp. , 200+ color illus. The first of a three-part series that explores the creativity and productivity of Native American artists. This volume "focuses on the work of nearly ninety of the most exciting and innovative artists of the region, working in a... Read more about this item
One Hundred Years: A Centennial Celebration of The National Association of Women Artists
by Pisano, Ronald G
Roslyn Harbor, NY: Nassau County Museum of Fine Art, 1988. Softcover. VG- light wear. White and color-illustrated wraps. 95 pp. 7 color, 66 bw plates. Catalogue of an exhibition held Octobert 16 to December 31, 1988. Ron Pisano acted as both the guest curator and the essayist for this exhibition, writing a detailed history of the NAWA, complete with notes. Includes detailed biographical essays on 94 women artists who were members. Contains a Centennial Roster of the NAWA at the end listing what must be... Read more about this item
The World of Art Deco
by Hillier, Bevis
New York: E. P. Dutton, 1971. Softcover. VG-. Minor general cover wear. May have owner's writing inside front cover or stain on FFEP.. Color wraps with black lettering. 224 pp. 18 color, 100's bw repros. An exhibition held at The Minneapolis Institute of Arts, July - September 1971. Catalogue divided into sections on Furniture; Silver; Stone/Wood/Metal/Enamels; Ceramics; Glass; Paintings/Drawings; Books/Bindings; Posters; Costumes; Textiles; Jewelry; Architecture/Interior Design; Plastics; Art Deco... Read more about this item
1936-1946 : 10th anniversary retrospective exhibition, November 1-December 15
Boston: Institute of Modern Art, 1946. Ephemera. Good. Small tear at one fold; December 15 date has been crossed out with 29 written over the 15.. Red/black tri-fold with 6 panels. Catalogue from the exhibition of works by artists from the world over, listed by artist's name, title of the work, and the lending person or institution. Works by all sorts of major artists, plus some classical pieces. Scarce.
New York Dada, 1915-23
by aumann, Francis M
New York: Abrams, 1994. Hardcover. As new in shrinkwrap. Orange cloth with color pictorial glossy dustjacket. 255 pp., 42 color and 178 bw plates. "For about ten years, beginning with the Armory Show in 1913, New York City was host to the odd-sounding accents and queerer-looking paintings and constructions of a mixed bag of European and American avant-gardists. Besides the inscrutable figure of artist Marcel Duchamp, the European contingent included such iconoclastic visitors as the playboy painter... Read more about this item
The Twenty-Ninth Biennial Exhibition of Contemporary American Painting
by Williams, Hermann Warner
Washington DC: Corcoran Gallery, 1965. Softcover. VG- (minor fading at spine, minimal wear to edges). Gray wraps with black and brown design and black lettering. 35 pp. BW illustrations. Catalogue of an exhibition from February 26 to April 18, 1965 at the Corcoran Gallery of Art.
Andrew Wyeth: The Helga Pictures
by Wilmerding, John
NY: Harry N. Abrams, Inc, 1987. Softbound. VG. Owner's writing on first page, otherwise clean and tight.. Color-illustrated wraps with pink lettering on spine. 208 pp. Numerous color and bw plates. Lists 238 works which were in the exhibition. List of exhibitions, selected bibliography. The story and the presentation of one of the most widely reported art "discoveries" of the 20th century. Lovely plates.
Exhibition of American Eighteenth Century Art Owned in and Near Worcester
by Gage, Thomas Hovey
Worcester, MA: Worcester Art Museum, 1929. Softcover. VG-. Covers appear aged and slightly worn, but overall clean and tight, with only a couple foxing spots on first page.. Off-white stapled wraps with black lettering. 26 pp. BW plate tipped in as frontispiece. Catalogue of an exhibition held March 10-31, 1929. Short introduction by the author. A catalogue of art and deocrative arts on display.
Artist Explorers of the 1830s: Catlin, Bodmer, Miller
by Omaha, NE: Joslyn Art Museum, May 1 to Sept. 2, 1963
1963. Softcover. VG. Wraps. 35 pp. 6 color, 40 bw plates. Catalogue represents a general overview of the exhibition and the explorers behind the pictures. Includes some early drawings by Native American artists.
Three Centuries of Connecticut Art
by Stebbins, Theodore E. Jr
New Britain, Conn: The New Britain Museum of American Art, 1981. Softcover. VG. Cream & color illus. stapled wraps. 56 pp. 5 color, 45 bw repros. Issued in conjunction with a 1981 exhibition. With an introduction by Theodore E. Stebbins Jr. Catalogue lists 63 artists, works are annotated. Includes useful bibliography.
Catalogue of An Exhibition by the Pennsylvania Academy of The Fine Arts of Choice Paintings Loaned from Private Galleries of Philadelphia, and Hans Makart's Great Picture of "Venice Paying Homage to Caterina Cornaro.
by Philadelphia: PAFA, January 1877
1877. Very Good, but missing outer wraps. Blue printed wraps. 30 pp. Catalogue lists 372 works of art, with an index in rear. Included in this exhibition was Hans Makart's great picture "Venice Paying Homage to Catarina Cornaro", with a page long description of the story behind the painting's subject. A truly international collection drawn from the collections of Harrison Earl, Joseph William Bates, C.H. Clark, A.E. Borie, Henry C. Gibson, William B. Bement, Fairman Rogers, James L. Claghorn, A.J.... Read more about this item
Shooting and Fishing in Art
Baltimore, MD: Baltimore Museum of Art, 1958. Softcover. VG. Dark green wraps. Unpaginated. 5 bw illus. Published to accompany an exhibition held in Baltimore, MD: Baltimore Museum of Art, May 20 to June 22, 1958.
The Chromolithographs of Louis Prang
by McClinton, Katharine M
New York: Clarkson N. Potter, 1973. Hardcover. VG Some fading to cover and minimal corner wear. Black cloth/boards with red spine and black lettering, No dust jacket, 246 pp. 28 color, 247 bw repros. A great study of the topic. Superbly illustrated and well researched. "The story of the man [Louis Prang (1824-1909)] who brought the best of nineteenth-century painting to the public through his color lithography.
The Galleries of Vienna: A Selection of Engravings
by Goerling, Aldolphus
NY: D. Appleton & Company, 1867. Poor, (reading copy/rebinding copy. covers worn, front cover off with ancient clear tape strips upon it. pgs tanned). Embossed brown leather. 336 pp. Appx. 120 Steel engravings. Crisp, clean steel engravings and a wealth of information. Fascinating tales and anecdotes regarding the many pictured works and their artists, as well as reminiscences from the author.
The Julian Academy: Paris 1868-1939
by Fehrer, Catherine and Elisabeth Kashey
New York: Shepherd Gallery, 1989. softcover. VG (scuffs to covers. back cover edge has rubbed section. scratches/abrasions to textblock edges; pgs appear unaffected. smudges/scratches to black endpapers. pgs clean. tight binding). Yellow wraps. 200+ pp. 111 bw plates. Essays written by Catherine Fehrer, Exhibition organized by Robert and Elisabeth Kashey. Table of Contents includes History of The Julian Academy; Rodolphe Julian (1839-1907), Catalogue lists 107 works. A extensively researched and... Read more about this item
The Forty-Eighth Annual Philadelphia Water Color and Print Exhibition, and the Forty-ninth Annual Exhibition of Miniatures
by The Pennsylvania Academy of The Fine Arts
Philadelphia: The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 1950. Paperback. Good- ex-museum library copy with call number label and ink stamps, moderate wear and rubbing to wraps.. Mauve wraps with white lettering. Unpaginated. BW illustrations. Catalogue of an exhibition from October 28 through November 26, 1950 ad the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts.
The Northwest Kitchen: A Seasonal Cookbook.
by TSUTAKAWA, George, Sumi drawings. Text by Judie Geise. Signed with chop by George Tsutakawa, also signed by Judie Geise
Seattle: B. Wright & Co., 1978. Signed on the front-free endpaper by George Tsutakawa with a hand drawn chop. Additionally signed by author Judie Geise. First edition / First printing. Tan cloth spine, off-white cloth boards. Very fine in near fine dust jacket with toning to the spine.
by Gatling, Eva Ingersoll
Huntington, New York: Heckscher Museum, 1966. Softcover. VG- (only slight scuffs or soiling to covers; otherwise aged a bit but otherwise clean.). Black and white and stapled wraps. 12 pp. 7 bw plates. Issued in conjunction with anexhibition of examples of Op Art. With an essay by E. I. G. (Eva Ingersoll Gatling). The catalogue cites 34 pieces by various artists, such as Josef Albers, Hannes Beckmann, Ben Cunningham, Marcel Duchamp, Sue Fuller, Fritz Glarner, Frantisek Kupka, I. Rice Pereira, Paul... Read more about this item
The Arcadian Landscape: Nineteenth-Century American Painters in Italy
Lawrence, Kansas: University of Kansas Museum of Art, 1972. Softcover. VG (one copy may have more wear to wraps, with sticker on spine and stamps from previous owner - no other marks. Inside is clean and tight). White wraps with color illus and black lettering. appx. 100 pp. 1 color, 45 bw plates. Introduction and catalogue by Charles C. Eldredge, main essay by Barbara Novak. University of Kansas, Nov. 4 to Dec. 3, 1972. Text notes conveniently located in margins. General bibliography and artist... Read more about this item
The Image Of The Black In Western Art, Volume II: From The Early Christian Era To The "Age of Discovery", Part I, From The Demonic Threatto The Incarnation Of Sainthood
by Devisse, Jean
Cambridge / London: Harvard University Press, 1979. Hardcover. VG/VG (light rubbing to corners; creasing to spine ends. light foxing to textblock edges. dustjacket has creasing at corners, spine edges; may have to lower back corner & upper spine edge w/ scoring to back, crease to upper edge; light foxing to edges). square, tan cloth boards w/ brown spine printing. 287 pgs w/ bw & color illustrations. glossy pictorial & white dustjacket w/ black printing. A nice, bright copy. Wonderfully illustrated.
Painters of Rhode Island: Eighteenth to the Twentieth Centuries
by Workman, Robert G. and Abbot Williams Vose
Newport, RI: Newport Art Museum and Art Association, 1986. Softcover. VG. Wraps. 32 pp. 19 color plates. Includes essays by Robert G. Workman (Three Hundred Years of Rhode Island Art) and Abbot Williams Vose (Painters of Rhode Island). Includes a list of 48 works by over 40 artists and an index to artists whose works are in the exhibition. Brief essay on each work that is illustrated. Published to accompany the exhibition held in Newport, RI: Newport Art Museum and Art Association, June 20 to Aug. 17,... Read more about this item
23rd Annual Exhibition, National Academy of Design, 1848
by NY: NAD, 1848
NY: Israel Sackett, 1848. Softcover. VG, some soiling, chipping with minor loss on front cover, rear cover off, pencil notes on front cover upper left, other minor writing, soiling. Pages bound out-of-order for last 4 sheets. Very light dampstaining. Green sewn wraps. 28 pp. Catalogue lists 373 paintings and sculptures. In addition to listing the works in the exhibition, there is a list of contributing members with addresses.
The Old Print Gallery Showcase [Volume VII, Number 2, March-April 1980]
by Blakely, Judith [ed]
Washington, DC: The Old Print Gallery, Inc, 1980. Paperback. Fair. General wear. Foxing on front cover, but mostly clean throughout. Tanning around edges.. Small, white and gray stapled wraps with black lettering, BW illustrations. Pages labeled 26-48. Approx 55 BW illustrations, including on covers. A catalogue of works including paintings of university views, portraits, J.C. Wild's views of Philadelphia, Edwin Whitefield North American scenery, Thomas L McKenney & James all History of the Indian... Read more about this item
Impressionism and Its Roots
by Seiberling, Frank
Iowa City, Iowa: The University of Iowa Gallery of Art, 1960. Softcover. G- (Well worn yet quite intact; outer spine is slightly faded and has a label remnant on its rear side; whole book has been bent; covers are slightly aged or soiled; few pencil marks on one page; pages themselves, with text and illus., are nice and clean.). Apricot & illus. wraps, 64 pp., BW illus. Issued in conjunction with an exhibition of impressionist paintings from a variety of artists. With an opening essay by Frank... Read more about this item