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(African American Photograph A15803)
[Unattributed African American photographs]. Young African American bride and groom in rural setting [Pair of vintage photos ca. 1890-1910]. Wonderful pair of two late 19th-century sepia toned vintage photographs; uncommon outdoor images. The first depicts a bride in her lace-trimmed wedding gown, holding a bouquet, posed next to a simple wood frame house, in front of a horse and wagon. The second photograph depicts the young groom in a dark suit with a cut-off white tie, large pocket handkerchief, silver belt buckle, and watch chain; his hand rests on a whittled walking stick. The surrounding vegetation and the provenance of these images suggest a South Carolina origin. Image size: 3 7/8 x 5 5/8 inches; mounted on stiff card. Circa 1890-1900. Fine clear images, in very good clean condition with only slight surface rubbing. $60.00 [Order]
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(ATGET A13102)
Martinez, Romeo and Ferdinand Sciana. Les Grands Maitres de la Photo 10: EUGENE ATGET. 64 pp., b&w illus. throughout, mostly full-page. 4to, wraps. Milan, Fabbri, 1982. Near fine. $25.00 [Order]

(BAZILLE A2203)
Daulte, Francois. FREDERIC BAZILLE et son temps. Catalogue Raisonne. 216 pp., approx. 55 hors texte b&w illus, 4 tipped-in color plates. Text in French. 8vo, wraps. Geneva, Pierre Cailler, 1952. Interesting association copy. Pencil signature of Wylie Sypher on free endpaper with several dozen marginal annotations in pencil throughout; other jottings on calendar page laid in, else near-fine with slight foxing to upper edge. $80.00 [Order]

(BEWICK A10174)
Borden, John. THOMAS BEWICK & the Fables of Aesop. Biographical sketch by John Borden; history of the fables by Janet S. Krueger. Illustrated, including an ORIGINAL LEAF from the first edition of The Fables of Aesop (1818) tipped-in, and a mounted new impression of "The Boys and the Frogs" from Bewick's original wood engraving, the last image in his Fables. frontis. portrait plus nine additional in-text illus. 4to, papered boards, d.j. Ed. of 518. San Francisco, Book Club of California, 1983. Fine crisp copy, in about fine dustjacket with a very faint bit of soil to rear panel. $60.00 [Order]

(BONHEUR A5907)
Schriver, Rosalia. ROSA BONHEUR. With a Checklist of Works in American Collections. 111 pp., 58 illus., 8 in color. An important contribution to the scholarship on Bonheur's painting. 8vo, cloth. No d.j. London and Toronto, Assoc. Univ. Presses, 1982. Near-fine crisp copy. (Faint sunning to spine with slight wrinkling at head.) $60.00 [Order]

(BUSCH A8769)
Traeger, Jorg and Meinhold Trudzinski. WILHELM BUSCH Als Maler in seinem Zeit. 73 b&w text illus., 24 full-page color plates. Two substantial scholarly texts, footnotes. In German. 4to, green cloth, color coverplate tipped in. 1982. Near-fine. $20.00 [Order]

(BUTLER, S A4113)
Shaffer, Elinor. Erewhons of the Eye: SAMUEL BUTLER as painter, photographer & art critic. 331 pp., over 180 illus., 20 in color, useful notes, bibliog. Groundbreaking study of Butler as artist. The author of Erewhon was also a London art school graduate who exhibited at the Royal Academy, and used photography to debunk high art in ways that would pass as postmodernism. 8vo, cloth, d.j. London, Reaktion Books, 1988. New. $30.00 [Order]

(CAMERON A9392)
Weaver, Mike. JULIA MARGARET CAMERON 1815-1879. 160 pp., 147 illus. plus text illus., contextual chronol., notes, bibliog. Fine monograph written to accompany traveling exhibition under the auspices of the British Arts Council. Small sq. 4to, cloth, d.j. First U.S. ed. Boston, Little, Brown / NYGS, 1984. Fine crisp copy, in fine d.j. $25.00 [Order]

(CASSATT A1417)
Mathews, Nancy Mowll and Barbara Stern Shapiro. MARY CASSATT: The Color Prints. A Catalogue Raisonne. 207 pp., 235 illus., 122 in color. Scholarly study designed to accompany an exhibition at Williams College. Large 4to, cloth, d.j. New York, Abrams in association with Williams College Museum of Art, 1989. Fine/Fine. $30.00 [Order]

(CASSATT A4994)
Watson, Forbes. MARY CASSATT. 21 pp. text plus 61 illus., bio. note by Edmund Archer, bibliog. The author knew Cassatt. Small 4to, cloth, d.j. New York, Whitney Museum of American Art (American Artists Series), 1932. Near-fine, in v.g. + d.j. with very small chip lower spine edge and corner of front flap. A nice copy of this very early monograph, uncommonly found in attractive dustjacket. $27.00 [Order]

(CASSATT A6728)
Wilson, Ellen. American Painter in Paris: A Life of MARY CASSATT. 206 pp. biography, 30 b&w illus., color frontis., index. 8vo, cloth, d.j. First printing. New York, Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1971. V.G. (corner of free endpaper clipped), in near-fine price-clipped d.j. $17.50 [Order]

(CEZANNE A1874)
Lewis, Mary Tompkins. CEZANNE's Early Imagery. 302 pp., 108 b&w illus., 18 color plates. Biographical, cultural, historical chronol. 1839-1874. Bibliog. Large 4to, cloth, d.j. Berkeley, Univ. of California Pr., 1989. NF/NF. Rem. mark top edge. $24.00 [Order]

(CLAUDEL, C A19094)
Fabre-Pellerin, Brigitte. Le Jour et la nuit de CAMILLE CLAUDEL. pp. 255, notes, letters, documents, glossary of psychoanalytic terms, bibliog. Psychoanalytic examination of the case of Camille Claudel. In French. 8vo, card covers. Lachenal & RItter, 1988. About fine. $22.50 [Order]

(CLAUDEL, C A2834)
Schmoll gen Eisenwerth, J.A. AUGUSTE RODIN and CAMILLE CLAUDEL. 128 pp., 83 beautiful duotone illus., including archival photos, biog. notes, bibliog., index. Text in English. Excellent comparative images and important text on this artistic and personal bonds between Rodin and the brilliant young Claudel. Small 4to, cloth, d.j. Munich, Prestel, 1994. Fine/About fine. $24.00 [Order]

(CORBIERE A12909)
CORBIERE, TRISTAN. Les Amours Jaunes. 280 pp. frontis illus. with tissue guard. In French. 8vo, wraps. First printing of this ed. after limited ed. of 500. Paris, Albert Messein, 1931. V.G. (Sound tight clean copy; spine creased with slight paper cracking, tiny chip upper edge). $18.00 [Order]

(COURBET A14699)
Boston. Museum of Fine Arts and Philadelphia Museum of Art. GUSTAVE COURBET 1819-1877. 147 pp. exhib. cat., 86 illus., 6 in color. Essays by Henry Clifford, Rene Huyghe. Extensive cat. entries, chronol., exhibs., bibliog. Small sq. 4to, cloth. No d.j. 1960. Near fine. $35.00 [Order]

(COURBET A4345)
Faunce, Sarah and Linda Nochlin. COURBET Reconsidered. 245 pp., more than 180 illus. many in color, including two fold-outs, extensive bibliog. Important critical texts by S. Faunce, L. Nochlin, M. Fried, P. T.-D. Chu, D.E. Edelson, C.A. Mainzer. Large 4to, cloth, d.j. New York, The Brooklyn Museum, 1988. Fine/Fine. $35.00 [Order]

(COURBET A1314)
Mac Orlan, Pierre. COURBET. Intro., text, illus. of 48 works, some in color. 4to, wraps. Paris, Dimanche, 1951. Glassine wrap worn with tear; upper corner lightly bumped, tear to top of spine repaired, else clean v.g.+. $20.00 [Order]

(COURBET A1895)
Rubin, James Henry. Realism and Social Vision in COURBET & Proudhon. 177 pp. text, addit. 35 b&w plates, one color fold-out. French texts in appendices, bibliog. Small 4to, cloth, d.j. Princeton, Princeton Univ. Press, 1980. Fine/About fine d.j. $19.50 [Order]

(DAVID A4355)
Schnapper, Antoine. DAVID. 311 pp., 191 illus. (including 40 in color), including numerous drawings and studies for the paintings. [Freitag 2583]. English language ed. A major monograph on French painter Jacques-Louis David (1748-1823) who life spans the period from the Old Regime through the French Revolution, and the rise and fall of Napoleon Bonaparte. Sq. 4to, cloth, d.j. New York, Alpine, 1982. Fine/Fine. $42.00 [Order]

(DEGAS A14904)
Armstrong, Carol and David Hockney. A DEGAS Sketchbook. 111 pp., 68 illus. First facsimile publication of 28 pages from the Degas sketchbook of the late 1870's recently acquired by the Getty Museum. Excellent accompanying scholarly text by Armstrong and amusing perceptive observations by Hockney contained in a postscript. Small oblong 4to, cloth, d.j. First ed. Los Angeles, J. Paul Getty Museum, 2000. As new. (Pub. at $39.95). $35.00 [Order]

(DEGAS A1308)
Boggs, Jean Sutherland. Portraits by DEGAS. 142 pp., 146 illus., 9 in color, bibliog., index. Important scholarly monograph on Degas. 4to, cloth, d.j. Berkeley, Univ. of California Press, 1962. Rem. mark lower edge, else nice v.g.+, in edgeworn d.j. with small chips on spine ends and corners, price clipped. $40.00 [Order]

(DEGAS A1995)
Richard, Kendall and Griselda Pollock, eds. Dealing with DEGAS: Representations of Women and the Politics of Vision. 224 pp., 52 b&w illus., 8 full-page color plates, list of illus., notes, bibliog., index. Important compilation of scholarly texts by Kendall, Pollock, Deborah Bershad, Anthea Callen, Hollis Clayson, Heather Dawkins, John House, Linda Nochlin, Richard Thomson; readings of Degas's representations of women, the family, prostitution, urban life, and leisure. Large 8vo, wraps. London, Pandora, 1991. As new. $17.50 [Order]

(DELACROIX A11490)
Rudrauf, Lucien. DELACROIX et le probleme du romantisme artistique. 382 pp., 16 plates. Classic scholarly study of Romanticism through the person of the greatest French exemplar. In French. 4to, wraps. Paris, Laurens, 1942. Last inch of spine paper mildly torn, else clean fresh unopened copy. $45.00 [Order]

(DELACROIX A11574)
Spector, Jack J. The Murals of EUGENE DELACROIX at Saint-Sulpice. 171 pp., 77 b&w text illus, 1 color plate. Excellent scholarly study of Delacroix's late masterworks. Sq. 4to, cloth. First ed. New York, College Art Association of America, 1967. Fine. $30.00 [Order]

(DELACROIX A14738)
Zurich. Kunsthaus. EUGENE DELACROIX: Zeichnungen, Aquarelle, Graphik [Cover title: Arbeiten auf papier]. 49 pp., 29 nice large color plates, numerous b&w illus. An exhibition of important drawings, prints and watercolors. In German. 4to, wraps. 1987. Near fine (corner crease rear cover). $18.00 [Order]

(DENIS A11249)
Albi. Musee Toulouse-Lautrec. Exposition MAURICE DENIS. 93 pp. exhib. cat., 12 b&w illus., plus frontis photo of Denis, checklist of 179 works exhibited, biog. Text by Agnes Humbert. 12mo, wraps. 1963. Mint copy. $22.50 [Order]

(DOMENECH A9397)
Borras, Maria Lluisa. DOMENECH I MONTANER: An Art Nouveau Architect / Architecto del Modernismo. 82 pp. plus 244 full-page illus. (approx. 50 in color), notes, biog., list of illus. Text in English, French, German & Spanish. Excellent monograph on one of the three great architects of Catalan modernismo. Stout sq. 8vo, cloth, d.j. New York, Tudor, 1971. About fine, in fine d.j. $49.50 [Order]

(DUNCANSON, R A18511)
Ketner, Joseph D. The Emergence of the African American Artist: ROBERT S. DUNCANSON 1821-1872. 235 pp., 16 pp. color plates, 115 b&w illus., notes, bibliog., index, index of illus. The best known 19th-century African American painter of Western landscapes. An important first major monograph. 8vo, wraps. Columbia, University of Missouri Press, 1994. As new. $8.85 [Order]

(DUNCANSON, R A15619)
Ketner, Joseph D. The Emergence of the African-American Artist ROBERT S. DUNCANSON 1821-1872. 235 pp., 16 pp. color plates, 115 b&w illus., notes, bibliog., index, index of illus. The best known 19th-century African American painter of Western landscapes. An important first major monograph. 8vo, cloth, d.j. First ed. Columbia, University of Missouri Press, 1994. As new. $60.00 [Order]

(EAKINS A11656)
Rosenzweig, Phyllis. The THOMAS EAKINS Collection of the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden. 240 pp., over 250 illus. (5 in color), index. Definitive reference work to a major Eakins collection. 4to, cloth, d.j. Washington, D.C., Smithsonian, 1977. Fine, in near-fine d.j. (bit of rubbing upper edge). $30.00 [Order]

(EIFFEL A4070)
SIMMEN, JEANNOT, THOMAS HORNEMANN and JADEGAR ASISI. Hommage a Gustave Eiffel: Cent Mille Fois, Orbitarium 100'000. Unpag. (24 pp.), numerous b&w diagrams and illus., 3 full page color illus., color cover illus. A futuristic conceptual artists' piece in celebration of the centenary of Eiffel's tower. Texts in German and French. Folio, sewn wraps. Ed. of 1000. Inscribed by JEANNOT SIMMEN. Koln / Berlin, 1987. Fine. $30.00 [Order]

(FORAIN A12858)
FORAIN, JEAN-LOUIS. Palais de l'Industrie: Exposition des Arts de la Femme 1899 original chromolithograph print from Maitres de l'affiche. Plate 186 from Maitres de l'affiche. Image of poster advertising Women Artists' exhibition at the Palais de l'Industrie 1899. A charming image by an important turn-of-the-century French printmaker Jean-Louis Forain. Chromolithograph. Image size: 11 1/4 x 8 inches (sheet size 15 1/2 x 11 1/2 inches). 1899. About fine $170.00 [Order]
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(FRIEDRICH A2634)
Dresden. Gemaldegalerie Neue Meister. CASPAR DAVID FRIEDRICH und sein Kreis. 255 pp. exh. cat. of 243 works illus. in b&w, 16 color plates, bibliog. Texts by P. Feist, I. Emmrich, H.J. Neidhardt, S. Hinz. Incl: Carus, Dahl, Kersting, Oehme, Heinrich. Text in German. Small square 4to, laminated pictorial boards. 1974. Some wear to edges and extremities, else near-fine. $37.50 [Order]

(FRIEDRICH A17894)
Koerner, Leo. CASPAR DAVID FRIEDRICH and the Subject of Landscape. 256 pp., 140 illus. (65 in color). notes, bibliog., index. Highly important and groundbreaking study of Friedrich in relation to the concerns of German Romanticism. 4to, cloth, d.j. First ed. New Haven, Yale University Press, 1990. Near fine, in fine d.j. $70.00 [Order]

(FRIEDRICH, CASPAR DAVID A1092)
Tokyo. Nationalmuseum, Kyoto and Staatlichen Kunstsammlungen, Dresden. FRIEDRICH und sein Kreis. 241 pp. exhib. catalogue, 147 illus., 24 in color. All texts and cat. entries in German & Japanese. Square 4to, wraps. 1978. Slight rubbing top and bottom edges of spine, else near-fine. $16.00 [Order]

(GAUGUIN A14913)
Auckland. Auckland City Art Gallery. GAUGUIN and Maori Art. 80 pp., 64 illus. (24 in color). Text by Bronwen Nicholson, with contributions by Roger Neich. Uncommon. Small 4to, wraps. 1995. About fine. $70.00 [Order]

(GAUGUIN A1094)
Boudaille, Georges. GAUGUIN. 274 pp., 125 illus., many in color. Small 4to, cloth. New York, Tudor, 1964. No d.j. V.G. $20.00 [Order]

(GERICAULT A18580)
Grumchec, Philippe. Master Drawings by GERICAULT. 210 pp., checklist of 106 works with full catalogue information including literature and provenance of each work, illus., bibliog., exhibs. A substantial publication on this major French Romantic artist. Sq. 4to, wraps. First ed. Washington, D.C., International Exhibitions Foundation, 1985. V.G.+ (brief corner crease rear cover and last page, else fine). $27.50 [Order]

(Goodridge Brothers A16960)
Ann Arbor. University of Michigan. Michigan History LIII, No. 3 (Fall 1969) [Goodridge Bros.]. 91 pp. Contains important article on "The Goodridge Brothers: Saginaw Valley Photographic Historians" (240-246) with 8 b&w illus., plus cover photo Glenalvin, William and Wallace Goodridge were highly successful early African American photographers who opened their first studio in Saginaw in the 1860s, specializing first in daguerreotypes and later in ambrotypes. This issue also contains an illustrated article by Harvard Sitkoff on the Detroit race riot of 1943 (183-206). 8vo, wraps. First ed. 1969. V.G. (cover creased, corners lightly rubbed.) $30.00 [Order]

(GOODWIN, A. E A6546)
Boston. Museum of Fine Arts. A. E. GOODWIN 1864-1929. 22 pp. exhib. cat., 12 b&w, 2 color cover illus., checklist of 87 works, chronol. Texts by Sandra Emerson, Lucretia Giese, Laura C. Lucky. American Impressionist painter who worked in Boston and New York. 4to, stapled wraps. 1974. Near fine (brief spot of rubbing near spine of front cover.) $17.50 [Order]

(GOYA A3811)
Hull, Anthony. GOYA: Man Among Kings. 242 pp., 12 b&w illus., notes, bibliog., index. 8vo, cloth, d.j. New York and London, Hamilton Press, 1987. Slight shelf rubbing lower edge, else crisp fine copy, in fine d.j. $17.50 [Order]

(GRASSET A16857)
GRASSET, EUGENE. Encre L. Marquet (Original chromolithograph) 1896. Small chromolithograph French poster 1896 by Eugene Grasset, one of the renowned graphic artists of French art nouveau. Chromolithograph. Paris, 1896. Fine. $325.00 [Order]
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(HOSMER A18810)
Cronin, Patricia. HARRIET HOSMER: Lost and Found. Catalogue Raisonne. 104 pp., illus. (36 in color). The comprehensive reference to Hosmer's work, the complement to Sherwood's biography. American sculptor Harriet Hosmer (1830-1908) moved to Rome in 1852 to live among a community of British and American artists, writers, and scholars where she rapidly became the foremost American expatriate sculptor. She was a friend of Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Susan B. Anthony. Her work was praised by Henry James and Nathaniel Hawthorne. 4to, papered boards. (As issued.) First ed. Charta, 2009. Fine. $22.50 [Order]

(INGRES A7033)
Cohn, Marjorie B. and Susan L. Siegfried. Works by J.-A.-D. INGRES in the Collection of the Fogg Art Museum. 190 pp. catalogue of 63 major works, all illus. with full descriptive texts, extensive bibliog. Important reference. Large sq. 8vo, wraps. Cambridge, Fogg Art Museum, 1980. Clean tight V.G.+. $25.00 [Order]

(INGRES A10932)
New York. Jan Krugier Gallery. The Presence of INGRES. 16 pp. text plus 74 color and b&w illus. Included: Ingres, Chasseriau, Degas, Picasso, Matisse and Balthus. 8vo, navy blue die-cut card wrap-around folder containing plates and catalogues 1988. V.G.+. $20.00 [Order]

(INGRES A18510)
Ockman, Carol. INGRES' Eroticized Bodies: Retracing the Serpentine Line. xi, 179 pp., 8 color plates, 68 b&w illus., notes, index. Excellent recent feminist and scholarly study employing a socio-historical approach to Ingres' eroticization of both male and female nudes.. 8vo, cloth, d.j. First ed. New Haven, Yale Univ. Press, 1995. Fine/Fine. $95.00 [Order]

(JARDINE A16459)
JARDINE, SIR WILLIAM, ed. Buffalo (original hand colored engraving from Naturalist's Library, Mammalia). Plate 20: The African Buffalo c. 1839. Large image of single buffalo in foreground with second animal in distance. 4 1/4 x 6 3/4 inches Edinburgh, c.1839. Very Good condition: Soft creasing along lower edge, well away from image; no foxing. Still nice frameable full image. $22.00 [Order]

(JARDINE A16458)
JARDINE, SIR WILLIAM, ed. Dog (original hand colored engraving from Naturalist's Library: Mammalia Vol. 9 Dogs). Plate 8: Dog of the North American Indians. c.1839. Attractive two-dog image, set in forest scene. 4 1/8 x 6 3/4 inches Edinburgh, c.1839. Good+ condition: Soft creasing along lower margin, no foxing; blank upper margin cut down by approx. 1/16 in. Still nice frameable full image. $20.00 [Order]

(LAUTREAMONT A8822)
BACHELARD, GASTON. Lautreamont. 201 pp. Famous psychoanalytic study of the idol of French surrealism by one of its members. In French. 12mo wraps. First trade edition after limited edition of 25. Paris, Jose Corti, 1939. V.G.+ (mild age-yellowing, light scuffing; owner name stamp). $60.00 [Order]

(LAUTREAMONT A8826)
PIERRE-QUINT, LEON. Le Comte de Lautreamont et Dieu. 167 pp., frontis illus. In French. 8vo, wraps. Marseille, Les Cahiers du Sud, 1930. Short tear lower edge of spine, and rear corner of cover; internally fine bright condition. $25.00 [Order]

(MANET A1867)
Duret, Theodore. MANET. 111 pp. text, 48 b&w, 8 color plates. Eng. trans. J.E. Crawford Fitch. Interesting account by a critic/friend of the artist. Small 4to, cloth. New York, Crown, 1937. No d.j. Some rubbing to corners and edges, else v.g. $20.00 [Order]

(MANET A15891)
Locke, Nancy. MANET and the Family Romance. viii, 223 pp., 97 b&w illus., notes, bibliog., index. Psychoanalytic study based on new information about the artist's family and his personal and social life. Small 4to, cloth, d.j. First ed. Princeton, Princeton Univ. Press, 2001. Fine/Fine. New book. (Pub. at $50.00). $22.00 [Order]

(MANET A3771)
New York. Wildenstein. A Loan Exhibition of MANET. 68 pp. exhib. cat. (88 works), 55 b&w illus., 1 color plate. Interesting text by Georges Wildenstein includes biographical information on Manet, quotes from contemporary criticism (Baudelaire, Castagnary, Zola, et al), brief biogs. of Manet's friends, discussion of influences on his work. 8vo, stapled pictorial wraps. 1948. V.G. $16.00 [Order]

(MANET A1861)
Rand, Harry. MANET's Contemplation at the Gare-St.-Lazare. 158 pp., 46 illus., 3 in color including 1 double-page. Scholarly text by Rand. Sq. 4to, cloth, d.j. Berkeley, Univ. of California Pr., 1987. As new. $25.00 [Order]

(MANET A12519)
Reff, Theodore. MANET and Modern Paris: One Hundred Paintings, Drawings, Prints and Photographs by MANET and his Colleagues. 280 pp., illus., 24 color plates, over 75 b&w illus., chronol., bibliog. Descriptive catalogue with commentary on over 100 works. Important erudite Manet reference. 4to, cloth, d.j. First ed. Washington, National Gallery of Art, 1982. Fine, in V.G.+ dustjacket (light wear to extrems.) $37.50 [Order]

(MILLET A5593)
Pollock, Griselda. MILLET. 96 pp., over 90 illus., 9 full-page color, chronol., bibliog. Intro. text and commentary on each work. 4to, cloth, d.j. London, Oresko, 1978. Fine, in near-fine d.j. (light rubbing extrems.) $22.00 [Order]

(MONET A2582)
New York. Metropolitan Museum of Art. MONET's Years at Giverny: Beyond Impressionism. 181 pp., numerous b&w photos, 80 color plates with several fold-outs, detailed chronol., bibliog. Extensive text by Daniel Wildenstein. Small square 4to, wraps. Rev. edition. N.Y., Abrams, 1982. Near-fine. $20.00 [Order]

(MONET A2583)
Rouart, Denis and Jean-Dominique Rey. MONET: Waterlilies or the Mirror of Time. With fully annotated catalogue raisonne by Robert Maillard. 150 pp., 316 illus., approx. 25 beautiful color plates, some double-page. Catalogue Raisonne of Monet's water-lily paintings 1899-1926. 4to, cloth, d.j. New York, Leon Amiel, 1974. Fine in v.g.+ d.j. with one 2" chip and short closed tear. $55.00 [Order]

(MONET A5412)
Seitz, William C. CLAUDE MONET. 160 pp., 132 illus., 48 tipped-in color plates, bibliog. General text and commentary on individual works. 4to, cloth, d.j. New York, Abrams (The Library of Great Painters), n.d. (1960). Fine/Fine. $22.00 [Order]

(MONET A1173)
Tucker, Paul Hayes. MONET in the '90s, The Series Paintings. 307pp., 105 b&w illus., 98 beautiful color plates, 284 pp. text, bibliog. Large 4to, wraps. Boston, Museum of Fine Arts & Yale Univ. Press, 1989. Near-fine crisp copy. $16.00 [Order]

(MONET A2169)
Tucker, Paul Hayes. MONET in the '90s, The Series Paintings. 307pp., 105 b&w illus., 98 beautiful color plates, 284 pp. text, bibliog. Large 4to, cloth, d.j. Boston, Museum of Fine Arts & Yale Univ. Press, 1989. As new. $30.00 [Order]

(MORISOT A8220)
Adler, Kathleen and Tamar Garb. BERTHE MORISOT. 128 pp., 99 illus., 49 in color, bibliog., index. Important monograph. 4to, cloth, d.j. Ithaca, Cornell Univ. Press, 1987. Fine/Fine. $20.00 [Order]

(MORISOT A17010)
Edelstein, T. J., ed. Perspectives on MORISOT. 120 pp., 24 color and 53 b&w illus. Nice production; good quality plates and important essays on different aspects of Morisot's work by seven leading art historians Kathleen Adler, Tamar Garb, Anne Higonnet, Linda Nochlin, Beatrice Farwell, et al. 4to, cloth, d.j. New York, Hudson Hills, 1990. Fine, in fine dustjacket. $50.00 [Order]

(MORISOT A15562)
Stuckey, Charles F. and William P. Scott. BERTHE MORISOT Impressionist. 228 pp., 117 b&w illus., 112 color plates, index. Substantial scholarly exhib. cat. of Mount Holyoke College Art Museum and National Gallery, Wash. D.C. 4to, cloth, d.j. First ed. New York, Hudson Hills Press, 1987. Fine, in fine d.j. $20.00 [Order]

(MORRIS, W A10044)
Melvin, Andrew. WILLIAM MORRIS: Wallpapers and Designs. Intro. plus 52 full-page plates, some in two colors. Wonderful designs. Brief intro. Text. 4to, wraps. London, Academy Editions, 1971. Near-fine. $17.50 [Order]

(MORRIS, W A14781)
Osaka. NHK. WILLIAM MORRIS: the Victoria & Albert exhibition in Japan. 204 pp. exhib. cat., copiously illustrated, mostly in color. Curated by Linda Parry. Japanese text, catalogue for the V&A William Morris Centenary Exhibition, which traveled to Japan. 4to, pictorial wraps. Osaka, 1997. As new. $60.00 [Order]

(MUYBRIDGE A4616)
MUYBRIDGE, EADWEARD. Animals in Motion. 183 plates with over 4000 images from the Muybridge collection. Illus. of horses, dogs, cats, birds in flight, lions, kangaroos, deer, cows, pigs and 26 other animals. Ed. Lewis S. Brown. 4to, cloth, d.j. New York, Dover, 1957. Owner name stamp front pastedown, else fine crisp copy in fine d.j. $24.50 [Order]

(NADAR A15080)
Hambourg, Maria Morris, Francoise Heilbrun, et al. NADAR. xii, 272 pp., richly illus. in text plus 98 full page sepia illus., chronol., bibiliog., index. Texts by Sylvie Aubenas, Andre Jammes, Ulrich Keller, Sophie Rochard and Andre Rouille. Important new study of the most important Parisian portrait photographer of the 1850s-70s and his studio processes. A beautiful book. 4to, cloth, d.j. First ed. New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art and Abrams, 1995. Fine/Fine. $80.00 [Order]

(NADAR A14312)
Paris. Maison de Balzac. NADAR Caricatures Photographies. 159 pp., 15 color and 75 b&w illustrations. Drawings and photographs by one of the most important 19th century French photographers. Text in French. Sq. 8vo, wraps. 1990. About fine. $22.00 [Order]

(NORTH A3857)
Huxley, Anthony, intro. A Vision of Eden: The Life and Work of MARIANNE NORTH. 240 pp., over 150 color illus., index. Biog. note by Brenda Moon.The first collection in book form of North's exotic botanical paintings. Small 4to, boards, d.j. 2nd printing (U.K.), Webb and Bower, 1986. As new. $25.00 [Order]

(NORTH A14081)
NORTH, MARIANNE. Some Further Recollections of a Happy Life Selected from the Journals of Marianne North chiefly between the years 1859 and 1869. Edited by her sister Mrs. John Addington Symonds. 316 pp., 3 illus. Much of this volume is an account of the author-artist's extensive 19th-century style travels in Egypt, Palestine, and Syra and throughout the countries bordering the Mediterranean. Chapters on Spain, Syracuse, Sicily, Mentone. with accounts of Athens, Smyrna, Damascus and dozens of other cities. 8vo, original green cloth, gilt lettered spine, with delicate gilt-stamped papyrus image on front board. New York and London, MacMillan, 1894. V.G.+. (Pages age-toned; brief rubbing to cloth corners, else a very clean nice copy. ) $30.00 [Order]

(RENOIR A14309)
New York. Sotheby's. Pierre Auguste RENOIR Au Moulin de la Galette. Sales catalogue. A landmark auction of a great masterpiece with a worthy scholoarly catalogue. An extensive art historical text, color illustrations of the painting including a full fold-out plate and details, as well as reproductions of studies for the work from the collections of major museums. Large 8vo, cloth, d.j. May 17, 1990. Fine/About Fine. $25.00 [Order]

(RENOIR A7393)
Pach, Walter. PIERRE AUGUSTE RENOIR. 127 pp., 50 tipped-in color plates and b&w illus. 4to, cloth, d.j. New York, Abrams (Library of Great Painters), 1950. V.G., in worn chipped d.j. $16.00 [Order]

(RENOIR A1247)
White, Barbara Ehrlich. RENOIR. His life, art and letters. 311 pp., 391 illus., 125 exceptionally fine color plates, notes, chronol., bibliog., index. Text includes numerous unpublished letters and documents. Stout folio, cloth, d.j. First ed. New York, Abrams, 1984. About fine, in fine d.j. (Very heavy book - SHIPPING AT COST) $30.00 [Order]

(ROBINSON, T A7006)
New York. Kennedy Galleries. THEODORE ROBINSON American Impressionist (1832-1896). Exhibition of Paintings, Pastels, Watercolors and Drawings. 32 pp. exhib. cat., 42 illus. (4 in color). Text by Maria Naylor. The exhibition included major museum loans as well as works for sale. 8vo, blue paper covers. Winter, 1966. Fine. $25.00 [Order]

(RODIN A11280)
Elsen, Albert E. RODIN's Gates of Hell. xvi, 160 pp., over 110 b&w illus. of the sculptures and drawings, notes, bibliog., index. A study of Rodin's masterwork by the eminent Rodin scholar. Small 4to, cloth, d.j. Minneapolis, Univ. of Minnesota Press, 1960. About fine, in v.g.- d.j. with extrems. worn, and chipped rear panel. $20.00 [Order]

(RODIN A17157)
Guse, Ernst Gerhard. AUGUSTE RODIN: Drawings & Watercolors. 357 pp., 380 illus., 48 in excellent color, extensive biog., bibliog., index. Texts by E.-G. Guse, Kirk Varnedoe, Claudie Judrin, Eliz. Chase Geissbuhler, J.A. Schmoll gen. Eisenwerth, Rodin, Rilke. Beautiful and important book on this frequently overlooked aspect of Rodin's accomplishments that profoundly influenced a generation of young artists from Matisse to the early American modernists. Stout 4to, cloth, d.j. First ed. New York, Rizzoli, 1985. Fine/Fine. $100.00 [Order]

(RODIN A9901)
Levkoff, Mary L. RODIN in his Time: the Cantor Gifts to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. 232 pp., mostly color illus., index. Forty-one important works by Rodin along with work by Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux, Albert-Ernest Carrier-Belleuse, Francois Rude, and others. [Overseas customers, please note: this book will weigh more than 4 lbs and is very expensive to ship overseas.] 4to, cloth, d.j. New York, Rizzoli, 1994. As new. $17.50 [Order]

(RODIN A1252)
RODIN, AUGUSTE. L'Art, Entretiens reunis par Paul Gsell. 318 pp., over 100 b&w illus. Good heavy paperstock. Thick 4to, wraps. Paris, Bernard Grasset, 1912 (Huitieme Údition). Please note: considerable wear and some chipping, crinkling to spine of cover which has come unglued. Front and back covers some soiling. Inside the book is in very good condition: pages uncut (and unread). Needs a home. $20.00 [Order]

(SCRIBE A16356)
SCRIBE, E. Oeuvres choisies de E. Scribe (5 vols.). A substantial gathering of more than 3 dozen of Scribe's popular one-act Parisian vaudeville plays from the early decades of the 19th century, as well as his more substantial theater works performed at the Theatre-Francais between 1827-1840. Scribe was eventually elected to the Academy in acknowledgment of his cultural importance. An engaging cultural backdrop to the better-known outpourings of the French Romantic avant-garde. 12mo, leather spines, with five gilt stamped and decorated leather insets, marbled papered boards and endpapers. Paris, F. Didot, 1845. Attractive-looking V.G.+ set (internally tight and clean, corners of covers rubbed and occasional mild rubbing to spines. Name of former owner written in fine old hand along the upper edge of title page in each volume, dated 1851.) $120.00 [Order]

(SIGNAC A19330)
New York. Charles E. Slatkin Galleries. PAUL SIGNAC: An Exhibition of Drawings, Watercolors and Pastels. Unpag. (12 pp.), 33 b&w illus., checklist of 56 works loaned to the exhibition by Signac's daughter. Interesting unattributed essay. 4to, wraps. February 10-March 9, 1968. V.G. Clean tight copy with light denting at spine corners. $17.50 [Order]

(TOULOUSE-LAUTREC A4557)
Castleman, Riva and Wolfgang Wittrock, eds. HENRI DE TOULOUSE-LAUTREC: Images of the 1890's. 262 pp., 84 color plates, 207 b&w illus. Four scholarly texts. Attractive and important book published to accompany a major exhibition. The uncommon hardcover. 4to, cloth, d.j. First ed. New York, MOMA, 1985. As new. $50.00 [Order]

(TURNER A9072)
London. Tate Gallery. TURNER, 1775-1851. 200 pp. retrospective exhib. cat., 24 color plates, 130 b&w illus.,chronol., bibliog. Extensive catalogue entries for each work, with texts by Martin Butlin and Andrew Wilton. Important scholarly reference. 4to, cloth, d.j. First ed. 1974. Owner signature on flyleaf else about fine crisp copy with very faint shelf rubbing lower edge, in fine d.j. $16.00 [Order]

(VALLOTTON A13035)
Brodskaya, Nathalia. FELIX VALLOTTON: The Nabi from Switzerland. 176 pp., over 100 color and b&w illus. throughout. 4to, cloth, d.j. Bournemouth, Parkstone Aurora, 1997. As new. $20.00 [Order]

(VAN GOGH A6865)
Paris. Musee d'Orsay. VAN GOGH a Paris. 401 pp., 358 illus., 105 in excellent quality color, full chronol., facsimiles of letters and other documents. Texts in French by Bogomila Welch-Ovcharov, Monique Nonne, Ronald de Leeuw; Fieke Pabst. Important reference work on this period of Van Gogh's transition to avant-garde art-making and his contact with Louis Anquetin, Armand Guillaumin, Monet, Pissarro, Renoir, Paul Signac, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec and many others. 4to, wraps. 1988. Fine. $30.00 [Order]

(VIGEE-LEBRUN A18792)
Sheriff, Mary D. The Exceptional Woman: ELISABETH VIGEE-LEBRUN and the Cultural Politics of Art. 368 pp., 45 illus., notes, color dustjacket plate not in the text. Outstanding monograph on Vigee-Lebrun with detailed readings of selected works in well-researched cultural context. Scarce hardcover edition. 8vo, cloth, pictorial d.j. First ed. Chicago and London, Univ. of Chicago, 1996. Fine, in near fine d.j. $40.00 [Order]

(VIGEE-LEBRUN A14068)
VIGEE LE BRUN, LOUISE ELISABETH. Souvenirs of Madame VIGEE LE BRUN, with a steel portrait from an original painting by the author. 398, illus. English translation by Lionel Strachey. The memoirs of a renowned French painter (1755-1842), self-portraitist and portraitist of nobility. Vigee-LeBrun survived the French Revolution largely due to her talent, charm and political acumen while traveling from European court to court. A contemporary and friend of Joseph Vernet, Benjamin West, and Sir Joshua Reynolds, among others. 8vo, red cloth, d.j., pictorial endpapers. First ed. New York, R. Worthington, 1879. V.G. (spine sunned with tanned label; cloth crinkled and lightly rubbed at head and tail of spine; very brief ink inscription from original owner dated 1879 on second blank. A clean attractive copy.) $70.00 [Order]

(WHISTLER A5784)
Pennell, E.R. [Elizabeth Robins] and J. {Joseph]. The Life of JAMES McNEILL WHISTLER. 2 Vols.. 315 + 328 pp., 71 b&w illus., appendices, index. The classic biographical reference work. Stout 4to, cloth. Philadelphia, Lippincott and London, Heineman, 1909. G++ (covers rubbed, corners and edges worn, spine extrems. lightly frayed, back strip on Vol.1 reglued; interiors very nice, clean and tight). Solid serviceable copies. $25.00 [Order]

(WILSON POTTERS A19640)
Brown, Michael K.. The Wilson Potters: An African-American enterprise in 19th-Century Texas. 32 pp., 21 color illus. and details, 3 b&w illus., map. Text by Michael K. Brown. Catalogue issued in 2002 but published to accompany the exhibition at MFA Houston in 2003. 12mo, pictorial stiff wraps. First ed. Houston: Bayou Bend Collection and Gardens, 2002. Mint condition. $25.00 [Order]


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