Softcover published by Trinity Repertory Company, Rhode Island. Like new condition. Retrospective essays by various artists illustrated with black & white stills. Binding is tight and text is clean. 128 pgs.
Published by Viking in 1947, Kingsport Press. The original dust jacket shows minor wear. A nice tight Book Club edition.
Second Printing (1976). A hard cover with dust jacket edited by Jacqueline Onassis with the cooperation of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Published by Viking Press. Numerous B&W and color illustrations. Light wear on the jacket otherwise in fine condition.
A coffee table reference book of fine art, jewelry and decorative arts including clocks and sculpture.Lots from both Sotheby's (London) and Park-Bernet(NY) are noted. Excellent condition.
Possibly an unstated first edition published by Judson Press in 1972. The author is the founder of OIC and states a case for Black Economic Development. A highly collectible book that is in very good condition with the exception of the original dustjacket which shows some signs of wear.
Twelfth printing in 1946 by E.P. Dutton & Co. A blue hard cover- the boards shows some wear- the dustjacket is missing. Light staining on the inside free paper and textblock otherwise fine. 384 pages.
A lovely little book written by Booth Tarkington and with colored illustrations by Ruth Sypherd Clements. The cover features a blind stamped holly design and gilt lettering. Published by Harper & Brothers 1909. Copyright page indicates October 1909 (possibly a first edition). The illustrations are crisp and the booth is in fine condition.
Author- Helen Cody Wetmore. Hard cover with dustjacket published in 1918 by Grosset & Dunlap.Foreword by Zane Grey. The jacket shows signs of wear,the front orange board has a light stain in the lower right corner and the text block is slightly darkened.
Highly collectible first edition softcover published in 1998 by Aaron Galleries, Chicago, IL. The book features the collection of WPA artist, Thomas Hart Benton and his wife. 34 color illustrations. Text by Berardi.Near fine condition.
An oversized soft cover catalog that features ceramics, ivories, fine and decorative arts. Published in association with Julius Bohler and Brimo de Laroussilhe. 128+ full color plates. 250 pgs. A small tear is on front cover ( see photo) otherwise in fine condition.
A sumptuous coffee table book published in 1988 by Oxmoor. Harcover with dustjacket. Mint condition. 256pp.
"The Porcelain Collection of Augustus the Strong: Porcelain Art from China/ Famille Rose." A highly collectible softcover book with German text. Published by Klinkhardt & Biermann 1993. Includes 165 illustrations (52 are colored.) 136 pgs. Very good condition.
A large coffee table book in good condition. Published in 1976 by Oxmoor House. Stated first edition.
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Highlights from the Gillett G. Griffin Collection with an essay written by Laura J. Mueller. Published by Princeton University 2009. The catalog notes 56 prints - 16 are featured in color. Soft cover.
Written by George Lyman Kittredge and published in 1904 by William Ware, Boston. Red boards with gilt lettering. The boards are stained and worn at the corners, the pages are uncut(just a few have minor loss at the edges),there is light foxing, and a water stain on the back of the frontispiece runs thru it. Illustrated. 403pgs.
First edition hardcover published by Doubleday in 1963.A major retrospective of Steichen's work, designed by Kathleen Haven and produced in collaboration with MOMA. Dustjacket a bit worn - interior in good condition. Slightly musty. 234 full page reproductions.
A small blue cloth hardcover published in 1950 by Whittlesey House McGraw-Hill NY London Toronto. Featured in the back are 18 colored plates of Churchill's works.The dustjacket is a bit tattered and has tape over the tears. There is an inscription crossed out on the front free paper. Facsimilie Churchill signature on the frontispiece. Sold as is.
1985 A large coffee table book with numerous illustrations written by Siegfried Wichmann and published by Parker Lane.