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(LADUKE A10574)
LADUKE, BETTY. Women Against Hunger: A Sketchbook Journey. 118 pp., illus. throughout. 4to, wraps. Trenton, Africa World Press, 1997. As new. $18.00 [Order]

(LAURENCIN A17357)
CARROLL, LEWIS with MARIE LAURENCIN (lithographs). Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. 6 full page color lithographs by Marie Laurencin, finely printed on Rives, each signed in the stone. Numbered limited edition of 350 copies on Rives printed for America (total edition of 790). One of the most notable productions of Black Sun Press and the most important of Laurencin's illustrated books. This copy from the collection of graphic designer Paul Rand. [Minkoff A-39. Ransom, 112], Oblong 4to, wraps, papered card sleeve and silver edged papered box. First Laurencin illustrated edition. Paris, Black Sun Press, 1930. Near fine (clean bright copy with none of the usual foxing, one weak gathering); tissue protector intact but yellowed, in original pink cardboard protective sleeve and slipcase. Papered sleeve faded. Box faded, with light wear, in sound usable condition. $2,250.00 [Order]
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(LERNER A15836)
New York. June Kelly Gallery. SANDRA LERNER: Paintings. 12 pp., 4 full-page color plates, checklist of 8 works, biog., exhibs., honors, colls., bibliog. Text by Donald Kuspit. Beautiful earth and stone colored abstractions with textured surfaces and archaic overtones. Small sq. 4to, wraps. First ed. March 13-April 14, 1992. Fine. $25.00 [Order]

(LOFTIN A15169)
LOFTIN, ELOUISE. Barefoot Necklace. 40 pp., sepia cover photo. Lyric poems. The very scarce volume by this African American poet. 12mo, stapled pictorial wraps. First ed. Brooklyn, Jamima House Press, 1975. V.G.+ (faint spotting to covers; interior fine and bright). $40.00 [Order]

(MACIVER A10623)
New York. Pierre Matisse Gallery. LOREN MACIVER: Recent Paintings. 24 pp. exhib. cat., 33 illus., 1 tipped-in color plate, checklist of 32 semi-abstractions, biog., exhibs., awards, colls. Text by Pierre deLigny Boudreau. One of the most highly regarded women painters of the 1940's-50's. 4to, stapled pictorial stapled wraps. 1970. As new. $25.00 [Order]

(MANGOLD, SYLVIA A5213)
Middletown. Davison Art Center. SYLVIA PLIMACK MANGOLD: Works on Paper 1968-1991. With a Catalogue Raisonne of the Prints. 144 pp., 49 color, 48 b&w illus., exhibs., bibliog. Descriptive catalogue of 73 works. Text by Ellen G. D'Oench and Hilarie Faberman. Important publication on Mangold. Oblong 4to, stiff wraps. 1992. Fine. $18.00 [Order]

(MARISOL A11100)
Creeley, Robert and MARISOL. Presences A Text for MARISOL. Unpag. (148 pp.), 60 full-page b&w illus. of Marisol's work, list of illus. Book design by William Katz. This is not a text about Marisol's work, but rather a series of texts inspired by her work. Venezuelan-born sculptress Marisol Escobar's work occupies a unique intersection of American style Pop art and 70's feminism. 8vo, cloth, d.j. First ed. New York, Scribner's, 1976. Fine/Fine. $25.00 [Order]

(MARTIN, YOUNGHEE CHOI A19004)
New York. Nabi Gallery. YOUNGHEE CHOI MARTIN: Oil Paintings, An Artistic Odyssey Through the Wasteland. 64 pp., 52 color plates, exhibs., bibliog., glossary. Texts by Joel Silverstein, Carol Heft, John Bradford, Nicholas Carone, Louis Finkelstein. A contemporary expressionist figure painter educated at RISD whose work embraces the history of painterly European figuration from Titian to Cezanne. 4to, wraps. First ed. New York, Nabi Press, 2001. Fine. $27.00 [Order]

(MARTIN, YOUNGHEE CHOI A10422)
Seoul. Jeongsong Gallery. YOUNGHEE CHOI MARTIN: Multi-figure Compositions. Unpag. (44 pp.) exhib. catalogue, 16 full-page color plates, biog., exhibs., colls., bibliog. Texts in English and Korean. Expressionistic highly colored figure compostitions inspired by opera and poetry. Contemporary Korean-American painter, currently working in New York. Small sq, 4to, wraps. 1995. Fine. $18.50 [Order]

(MARTINEZ, M A14203)
Marriott, Alice. MARIA: The Potter of San Ildefonso [with Rockwell Kent bookplate]. This copy with the personal engraved BOOKPLATE of Sally and ROCKWELL KENT (designed by Kent) as well as a small charming old Santa Fe bookstore sticker, both on front pastedown. xxi, 294, illus. throughout with b&w line drawings by Margaret Lefranc. The story of Maria Martinez and her husband Julian who revived the ancient Pueblo art of pottery making. 8vo, cloth, d.j. Fifth printing of original 1948 edition. Norman, Univ. of Oklahoma, 1952. Near fine, in v.g d.j. with edgewear and darkened spine. $60.00 [Order]

(MARUKI A16675)
Boston. Massachusetts College of Art. Surviving Visions: The Art of IRI MARUKI and TOSHI MARUKI. 40 pp., 7 illus., including 6 double-page color plates of the artists' anti-war panels, chronology of the artists' lives and complete list of their collaborative projects. Eleven critical commentaries, plus texts by the Marukis. Contributors to the catalogue include: John Berger, Magdalena Abakanowicz, Denise Levertov, Leon Golub, Paul Stopforth, Kenzaburo Oe, Jasminka Udovicki, et al. Beautifully printed. Large sq. 4to, wraps. First ed. 1988. Fine. $35.00 [Order]

(MASON, A A4849)
New York. Brooklyn Museum. ALICE TRUMBELL MASON: Etchings and Woodcuts. 60 pp., 21 b&w, 14 color plates, exhibs., colls., bibliog. Text by Una E. Johnson. Important publication on this geometric abstractionist and founding member of the American Abstract Artists. Sq. 8vo, cloth, d.j. First ed. New York, Taplinger, 1985. Fine, in v.g.+ d.j. (lightly scuffed, rubbing to head of d.j. and spine.) $30.00 [Order]

(MATTHIASDOTTIR A19657)
New York. Tibor de Nagy. LOUISA MATTHIASDOTTIR. 32 pp. exhib. cat., 17 excellent quality full and double-page color plates, chronol., exhibs., bibliog. Intro. by John Yau. Exhibition invitation card laid in. 4to, pictorial stiff wraps. October 11-November 15, 2008. About fine (tiny rear corner tip bump). $22.00 [Order]

(MCIVER, BEVERLY A19594)
Durham (NC). NCCU Art Museum, North Carolina Central University. BEVERLY MCIVER: Raising Renee and Other Themes. 96 pp. exhib. cat., 60 color plates (mostly full-page), text photos, exhib. checklist, biog., exhibs., bibliog. Text by Kenneth G. Rodgers. A substantial retrospective of the artist's figurative paintings, many of family members, McIver's controversial white-face and black-face self-portraits, and still life images. Sq. 4to, orange pictorial wraps. First ed. February 18-April 20, 2007. Fine. $25.00 [Order]

(MENDIETA A17764)
Clearwater, Bonnie. ANA MENDIETA: A Book of Works. 72 pp., 31 illus., chronol. Focus on work which Mendieta had been working on just prior to her death. 4to (10 x 7 in.), cloth, d.j. First ed. Miami Beach, Grassfield Press, 1993. As new. $40.00 [Order]

(MENDIETA A17821)
Helsinki. Helsingin kaupungin taidemuseo. ANA MENDIETA 1948-1985. 72 pp., illus. Texts by Tuula Karjalainen; Mikko Oranen; Maija Tanninen-Mattila; Susanne Lehtinen. In English, Finnish, and Swedish. Scarce and important catalogue. [Traveling exhibition also shown at Uppsala konstmuseum and the Living Art Museum Ny´listasafnid, Reykjavik.] 4to, wraps. April 3-May 19, 1996. Near fine. $150.00 [Order]

(MENDIETA A18264)
New York. New Museum of Contemporary Art. ANA MENDIETA: a retrospective. 86 pp. exhib. cat., 46 illus. (12 full-page color plates), chronol., exhibs., extensive annotated bibliog. by Julie Ewington. Pref. Marcia Tucker; texts by John Perrault and Petra Barreras del Rio. Dual language in Spanish / English. 4to, wraps. November 20, 1987--January 24, 1988. Fine. $55.00 [Order]

(MESSAGER A17799)
New York. Gagosian Gallery. ANNETTE MESSAGER: Penetrations. 80 pp., illus. in color and b&w, list of illus. Text is a conversation between Messager and Jean-Louis Froment. Attractive design, beautifully printed on fine heavy paper. A survey of Messager's recent sculptures and installations. 8vo, stiff pictorial self-wraps. First ed. 1997. Fine. $45.00 [Order]

(MIKUS A2842)
Hobbs, Robert and Judith Bernstock. ELEANORE MIKUS: Shadows of the Real. 147 pp., 120 illus. including 82 duotone, 8 color. Chronol., exhibs., bibliog. 4to, cloth, d.j. First ed. Seattle and London, Univ. of Washington, 1991. Fine/Fine. $30.00 [Order]

(MILLETT A8199)
O'Dell, Kathy, et al. KATE MILLETT Sculptor: The First 38 Years. 86 pp., 12 illus. of sculptures, installations and performance pieces, checklist of 35 works, biog., bibliog. Foreword by Linda Nochlin; texts by O'Dell, Millet, and Maurice Berger's Timeline on Gender, Sexuality and Culture. Small sq. 4to, wraps. Baltimore, University of Maryland, 1997. As new. $16.00 [Order]

(MISS A17450)
Zapatka, Christian and Mary Miss (photos). MARY MISS: Making Place. 95 pp., over 100 b&w illus., biog., list of works and projects. Text by Christian Zapatka. 4to, pictorial self-wraps. First U.S. printing. Whitney Library of Design, 1997. Fine new condition. $40.00 [Order]

(MITCHELL A19777)
New York. Cheim & Read. JOAN MITCHELL: Sunflowers. 80 pp. exhib. cat., 23 beautiful large color plates and a full-page b&w portrait of the artist. Text by Dave Hickey. Attractive production, printed in Germany. Oblong 4to, cloth, d.j. Limited ed. of 1500 copies. 2008. Mint (still in shrinkwrap.) $80.00 [Order]

(MIYAWAKI A13965)
New York. Bertha Schaefer Gallery. AIKO MIYAWAKI Exhibition [Rear cover title]. Unpag. exhib. cat., 3 full page b&w illus. plus cover illus., sheet with color plate laid in. Typescript introduction by Man Ray with facsimile signature and photo of artist by Man Ray. Miyawaki (b. 1929) began as a painter, travelling to Milan and Paris after university studies in the U.S. and Japan. She was introduced to Man Ray by Hans Richter in 1959 and became a weekly visitor to his studio when living in Paris in 1962 - the date of his photograph of Miyawaki reproduced in this catalogue. Uncommon Man Ray ephemera as well as an early Miyawaki exhibition catalogue. Oblong 8vo, pictorial stapled wraps. September 29-October 17, 1964. Mint. $75.00 [Order]

(MORGAN, M A13521)
Andover. Addison Gallery of American Art. MAUD MORGAN: A Retrospective Exhibition 1927 -1977. Unpag. (58 pp. including text on inside of covers), 19 b&w illus., 1 color coverplate, checklist of 124 paintings, drawings, collages, silkscreens, biog., exhibs., colls. 24 texts from different sources including Hans Hofmann, Carl Andre, Betty Parsons, Walter Kaiser, and brief essays by Morgan, Lucy Lippard, Christopher Cook. Sq. 8vo, pictorial wraps. 1977. V.G. (covers lightly spotted along margins). $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]

(MOSES A5583)
Kallir, Jane. GRANDMA MOSES: The Artist Behind the Myth. 160 pp., 186 illus. in b&w and color, biog., notes, index. Sq. 4to, cloth, d.j. Artline, 1982. Fine/Fine. $16.00 [Order]

(MOSES A5966)
Kallir, Otto. GRANDMA MOSES. 159 pp., 193 illus., 127 in color, biog., bibliog., chronol. Small 4to, cloth, d.j. Concise NAL ed. New York, Abrams, 1975. Fine/About fine (price clipped). $22.00 [Order]

(MOSES, L A15660)
MOSES, LOUISE JANE. Shadow Castings [Inscribed by author]. Book of contemporary African American poetry. Personal inscription from author to the late Dubois Institute historian Richard Newman. Scarce. 8vo, pictorial wraps. Numbered and signed limited first ed. of 1000. Los Angeles, Brockman Gallery, 1983. Near fine. (Bit of faint scratching front cover.) $40.00 [Order]

(MURPHY, CATHERINE A19791)
Washington (DC). The Phillips Collection and Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston. CATHERINE MURPHY. Unpag. (12 pp.) exhib. cat., 11 b&w illus., color cover illus., checklist of 43 works. Text by Judith Hoos. Oblong 4to, pictorial stapled wraps. 1976. Near fine. $20.00 [Order]

(MURRAY, E A6167)
MURRAY, ELIZABETH. Notes for Fire and Rain. 22 pp. Small artist's book with ten colored crayon drawings printed one side only. Attractive. Sq. 12mo, stapled wraps. Ltd. ed. New York, Lapp Princess Press, 1981. Near-fine. (A few touches of faint soiling to covers.) $35.00 [Order]

(NAHER A15170)
Morgan, Stuart. CHRISTA NAHER. Text by Morgan is interspersed with 19 small tipped in color plates, 10 b&w illus. Includes all 9 plates of Naher's Das Hexenbuch as well as an excellent selection of her paintings. Very attractively designed and printed. Text in English and German. Important contemporary German artist. 8vo, blue bds., edges all colored red. First ed. Frankfurt, Galerie Grasslin-Erhardt, 1987. V.G. (extrems. lightly rubbed with small additional tear to paper at head of spine; interior fine fresh condition). $22.00 [Order]

(NAYLOR, PENELOPE A16511)
NAYLOR, PENELOPE. Uaso Nyiro. 74 pp., lavish artist's book, printed throughout on Arches, illustrated with seven original brush and India ink drawings, tipped in, an original gravure print and an original double-sided watercolor. The blind embossed cover design represents the Uaso Nyiro river from which the book takes its name. One of only 22 copies with a signed original 4 page watercolor collage on handmade Japanese paper bound in. The artist's fifth book, this is her only fine press livre d'artiste to date. Based on her experiences living in Africa during the 1960s. Extremely scarce. all copies were sold during the original exhibition. No copies listed in World Cat. Sq. folio (18 x 18 inches), bound in black Nigerian leather, with handpainted marbleized endpapers, contained in a gilt stamped linen covered folding box. Total numbered ed. of 44 copies. (Tuxedo Park, NY): Tierra Oscura Arts, 1993. Fine, in about fine box. Original publisher's prospectus laid in. $950.00 [Order]

(NEEL A8410)
Medford. Tufts University Art Gallery. ALICE NEEL: Exterior / Interior. 72 pp. exhib. cat. listing 56 works, 40 illus., 27 full-page color plates, notes. Substantial text by Pamela Allara. Small 4to, wraps. 1991. Fine. $17.50 [Order]

(NEVELSON A16708)
Lipman, Jean. NEVELSON's World. 244 pp., profusely illus, most in color, photos of artist, chronol., bibliog. Intro. by Hilton Kramer, afterword by Nevelson. Lavish and important monograph. Large sq. 4to, gilt-stamped embossed cloth, in original soft plastic dustjacket. First edition. New York, Hudson Hills Press and Whitney Museum of American Art, 1983. Fine, in near fine d.j. with the usual stretch marks from raised design on front covers. $300.00 [Order]

(NEVELSON A13611)
NEVELSON, LOUISE. Dawns + Dusks: taped conversations with Diana MacKown (Inscribed by Nevelson). Association copy with a personal inscription from Nevelson to well-known sculptress Tillie Speyer in ink on half-title page, dated 1978. 214 pp., 141 illus. Essential reference. Small 4to, cloth, d.j. First ed. New York, Scribner's Sons, 1976. About fine, in v.g.- . d.j. (small chips, a few creased tears, puncture front panel, light wrinkling). $80.00 [Order]

(NEVELSON A14079)
New York. Whitney Museum of American Art. LOUISE NEVELSON: Atmospheres and Environments. 191 pp., richly illus., chronol., bibliog., diagrams, checklist with thumbnail photos of works in exhibition. Texts by Richard Marshall and Edward Albee, photos by Pedro E. Guerrero. Tall 4to, cloth, d.j. First edition. New York, Clarkson Potter, 1980. Fine, in about fine d.j. (slight crinkling head an foot of spine). $37.50 [Order]

(NEWCOMB A10545)
New York. Graham Modern. First American Exhibition of MARY NEWCOMB: Paintings and Drawings. 12 pp. exhib. cat., 7 color illus., 4 b&w, photo of artist, exhibs. Text by Christopher Andreae. Mary Newcomb (1922-2008) was a well-known British painter of rural English landscape and its natural denizens; she created substantially abstracted work from careful drawings of nature. Oblong 4to, pictorial card wraps. First ed. December 11, 1985-January 15, 1986. Fine. $27.50 [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]

(OCCHIPINTI A11193)
Ferrara. Comune di Ferrara. ANGELA OCCHIPINTI. 70 pp. retrospective exhib. cat., 43 illus., most full-page color plates, photo frontis. of artist, biog., exhibs., colls., bibliog. Texts in Italian and English by Flaminio Gualdoni and Elena Pontiggia. Contemporary Italian painter and printmaker in the postwar circle of Fontana; expressionist neo-geo. Small sq. 4to, stiff wraps. 1989. Fine. $17.50 [Order]

(O'KEEFFE A1470)
Bry, Doris and Nicholas Callaway, eds. GEORGIA O'KEEFFE: In the West. 7 pp. text, 98 lavish full page color plates and 1 fold-out, list of illus., notes. Oblong folio, cloth, d.j. First ed. New York, Knopf, 1989. Mint condition. $75.00 [Order]

(O'KEEFFE A8827)
Castro, Jan Garden. The Art & Life of GEORGIA O'KEEFFE. ix, 192 pp., over 100 illus., more than 70 fine full-page or double-page color plates, notes, bibliog., index. Presents new biographical information. Small oblong 4to, cloth, d.j. First ed. New York, Crown, 1985. Fine/Fine. (Pub. at $35.00). $27.50 [Order]

(O'KEEFFE A7870)
Castro, Jan Garden. The Art & Life of GEORGIA O'KEEFFE. ix, 192 pp., over 100 illus., more than 70 fine full-page or double-page color plates, b&w photos, notes, bibliog., index. Presents new biographical information. Small oblong 4to, wraps. Reprint. New York, Crown, 1995. Near-fine (ink dot upper edge). (Pub. at $24.00). $16.00 [Order]

(O'KEEFFE A10799)
Frazier, Nancy. GEORGIA O'KEEFFE. 112 pp., 70 color plates, 15 b&w illus. Tall 4to, cloth, d.j. New York, Crescent Books, 1990. Fine/Fine. $28.00 [Order]

(O'KEEFFE A4275)
Hogrefe, Jeffrey. O'KEEFFE: The Life of an American Legend. 376 pp. biography, 43 b&w illus. and photos, bibliog., index. Small 4to, cloth, d.j. New York, Bantam Books, 1992. Fine/Fine. $22.50 [Order]

(O'KEEFFE A6489)
Messinger, Lisa Mintz. GEORGIA O'KEEFFE. 95 pp., 64 illus., 29 in color, numerous additional photos of artist, extensive chronol., exhibs., bibliog. 4to, stiff wraps. 1992 reprint. New York, Metropolitan Museum and Thames & Hudson, (1988) 1992. Rem. mark lower edge, else near-fine. $16.00 [Order]

(O'KEEFFE A17163)
O'KEEFFE, GEORGIA and Doris Bry, ed. GEORGIA O'KEEFFE: Some Memories of Drawings. 107 (2) pp., 20 exquisitely produced full-page plates with comments on each of the works by O'Keeffe. 8vo, 1/4 cloth, papered bds. First trade ed. Albuquerque, University of New Mexico Press, 1988. Fine/Fine. $35.00 [Order]

(O'KEEFFE A11867)
Santa Fe. Gerald Peters Gallery. GEORGIA O'KEEFFE: Selected Paintings and Works on Paper. 35 color plates, 6 b&w illus. Text by Robert Pincus-Witten. 4to, stiff wraps. 1986. As new. $25.00 [Order]

(O'KEEFFE A1197)
Washington, D.C. National Gallery of Art. GEORGIA O'KEEFFE: Art and Letters. 306 pp., 120 color plates, photos. Texts by Jack Cowart, Juan Hamilton, artist's letters ed. by Sarah Greenough, chronol, bibliog. One of the most beautiful and important of the many O'Keeffe books. Folio, cloth, d.j. NYGS, 1987. Fine/Fine.. $60.00 [Order]

(O'KEEFFE A4713)
Washington, D.C. National Gallery of Art. GEORGIA O'KEEFFE: Art and Letters. 306 pp., 120 color plates, photos. Texts by Jack Cowart, Juan Hamilton, artist's letters ed. by Sarah Greenough, chronol, bibliog. Folio, wraps. 1987. About fine. $30.00 [Order]

(O'KEEFFE A14696)
Worcester. Worcester Art Museum. GEORGIA O'KEEFFE: Forty Years of her Art. 30 pp., 21 b&w illus.; checklist of 43 works, mostly loaned by the artist. Introductory essay by Daniel Catton Rich. Uncommon in such nice condition. 8vo, wraps. 1960. Fine. $30.00 [Order]

(O'NEAL, MARY LOVELACE A19121)
O'NEAL, MARY LOVELACE. Running Freed More Slaves Than Lincoln Ever Did (Signed Lithograph). from Freedom or Slavery: The Paul Robeson Portfolio. Signed, numbered original lithographic print. 20-color print. 25 x 20 in.; image size: 23.5 x 16.5 in. Limited edition of 100. Printed by Alliance Graphics, 1998. Fine impression, in fine condition. $1,000.00 [Order]
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(ONO A11946)
New York. Whitney Museum of American Art. YOKO ONO: objects, films. 13 pp., 16 b&w illus., bibliog. Text by Barbara Haskell. 4to, stapled wraps. 1989. As new. $16.00 [Order]

(OPPENHEIM, M A16165)
Curiger, Bice. MERET OPPENHEIM: Defiance in the Face of Freedom. 290 pp., 132 illus., 43 in color, plus 1342 reference illus. Catalogue Raisonne. Texts and poems by artist and others, biog., bibliog., exhibs. 4to, cloth, d.j. First English lang. ed. Cambridge and Zurich, MIT Press/Parkett, 1989. Fine/Fine. $60.00 [Order]

(OPPENHEIM, M A10235)
New York. Kent Fine Art. MERET OPPENHEIM. 54 pp. exhib. cat. (checklist of 26 works), 12 color plates, 6 b&w illus. including photo of artist, chronol. Text by Bice Curiger; poems by Oppenheim. 4to, stiff wraps. 1988. As new. $27.00 [Order]

(OPPENHEIM, M A8965)
Stockholm. Moderna Museet. MERET OPPENHEIM. 44 pp. retrospective exhib. cat., 20 illus., color coverplate, exhib. checklist, biog., bibliog., catalogue raisonne of the artist's work. Texts by Max Ernst, Carl Fredrik Reutersward, Benjamin Peret. In French and Swedish. 4to, stapled wraps. 1967. Fine. $32.00 [Order]

(ORLOFF A10596)
Tel Aviv. Musee de Tel-Aviv. CHANA ORLOFF (1888-1968): Exposition Retrospective - 120 Sculptures, 60 Dessins. 64 pp. exhib. cat., 83 b&w illus., excerpts from critical reviews. biog., colls., monuments, bibliog., exhibs., checklist of 120 sculptures. Intro. by Haim Gamzu in English / French / Hebrew. 8vo, wraps. First ed. 1969. V.G. crisp copy (light scuffing to cover, spine bumped). $30.00 [Order]

(PEREIRA A19209)
Coral Gables. Lowe Art Museum, University of Miami. Embarking on an Eastward Journey: IRENE RICE PEREIRA's Early Work. 64 pp exhib. cat., 33 color plates, 14 b&w illus., chronol., bibliog. Text by Karen A. Bearor. Important abstract modernist artist. 4to, wraps. 1994. Fine. $22.00 [Order]

(PETRY A14161)
PETRY, ANN. Miss Muriel & Other Stories. 305 pp. Thirteen short stories by noted African American writer. 8vo, purple cloth, t.e.c., d.j. First ed. New York, Houghton-Mifflin, 1971. Near fine tight clean copy, in v.g. d.j. (light wear along edges, not price-clipped). Small neat owner bookplate on front pastedown. $50.00 [Order]

(PINDELL A13074)
PINDELL, HOWARDENA. The Heart of the Question: The Writings and Paintings of HOWARDENA PINDELL. xii, 139 (2), b&w photos and illus., notes, bibliog., index. Intro. by Lowery Stokes Sims. Includes her text Art World Racism: A Documentation, originally disseminated as a xerox document, published here for the first time. 8vo, wraps. First ed. New York, Midmarch, 1997. Fine. $40.00 [Order]

(PINDELL A16966)
PINDELL, HOWARDENA. The Heart of the Question: The Writings and Paintings of HOWARDENA PINDELL (Signed by Pindell). Signed by Pindell in full in ink. xii, 139 (2), b&w photos and illus., notes, bibliog., index. Intro. by Lowery Stokes Sims. Includes her text Art World Racism: A Documentation, originally disseminated as a xerox document, published here for the first time. 8vo, wraps. First ed. Autograph copy sticker on front cover. (Easily removable if you wish.) New York, Midmarch Arts Press, 1997. Near fine (light partial crease upper corner of cover). $85.00 [Order]

(POLI A3778)
Anzani, Giovanni, ed. TILDE POLI: Lyrismo Astratto. 71 pp., 57 illus., 12 in color, bio-bibliog. Excellent monograph on one of Italy's major abstract painters. Small square 4to, stiff wraps. Milan, Mazzotta, 1986. Near-fine. $18.00 [Order]

(PONDICK A17334)
New York. Jose Freire Fine Art. RONA PONDICK: fiction / nonfiction. 30 pp., 13 color plates, biog., exhibs., bibliog. Feminist sculpture. Sq. 8vo, wraps. Ed. of 1000. 1991. Fine. $18.00 [Order]

(POWERS, H A15045)
Perry, Regenia A. HARRIET POWERS's Bible Quilts. 24 pp., 24 wonderful large color plates, 7 b&w illus., notes, bibliog. Uncommon. Folio, wraps. New York: Rizzoli, 1994. Near fine (lightly rubbed cornertips), clean tight copy. $47.50 [Order]

(PURDUM A13516)
New York. Jack Tilton Gallery. REBECCA PURDUM: Abstract Paintings. Unpag. (24 pp.), 8 large full-page color plates, checklist of 8 works, exhibs., bibliog. Separate printed brochure for the exhibition with essay by Claudia Jolles, laid in. Contemporary abstract paintings. 4to, stiff wraps. and addit. brochure. First ed. 1986. Fine. $16.00 [Order]

(QUEVEDO A14674)
Dresden. Staatliche Kunstsammlungen. NURIA QUEVEDO: Malerei, Zeichnungen, Aquarelle, Grafik. 96 pp. exhib. cat., illus. Text in German. Important post-war Spanish painter and printmaker who has been living and working in Germany for decades. Expressionist figurative subjects. 4to, wraps. First ed. 1986. V.G.+. $30.00 [Order]

(QUEVEDO A14677)
Frankfurt. Galerie Junge Kunst. NURIA QUEVEDO: Grafik, Zeichnungen, Aquarelle, Gouachen. 45 pp., mostly color illus. Text by Brigitte Jahner. Mid-career retrospective of contemporary East German woman painter and printmaker (born in Barcelona). Powerful sculptural-expressionist new figuration style. In German. Sq. 8vo, pictorial wraps. First ed. 1985. Fine. $25.00 [Order]

(QUEVEDO A14471)
QUEVEDO, NURIA. Das Leben ist Traum [Signed lithograph portfolio]. Large print portfolio with titlepage and 9 large full page lithographs, each sheet individually signed and numbered by the artist, illustrating poems by Pedro Calderon de la Barca, Antonio Machado and Volker Braun. Nuria Quevedo who was born in Barcelona (1938- ) has lived and worked in Germany for many decades. The German translations from the Spanish are by Quevedo and Fritz Rudolf Fries. Signed in the colophon by Quevedo, Fries and Braun. One of the artist's most important works of the 80's. Royal folio (63 x 40 cm.), clothbound, sheets loose (as issued). Number 9 of the limited numbered edition of 80. Berlin, Pirckheimer-Gesellschaft, 1989. Fine bright condition. $850.00 [Order]
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(RAMA A12740)
Vallora, Marco. CAROL RAMA. 78 pp. exhib. cat., 29 illus. (mostly full-page color plates), including photo of artist and of her studio, biog., checklist of 26 works. Text in Italian and English. Well-known contemporary Italian artist whose work parallels that of Ida Applebroog. 4to, stiff pictorial wraps. Numbered ed. of 500 copies. Torino, Franco Masoero, 1998. Fine new copy. $29.50 [Order]

(RAMA A12031)
Vergine, Lea, ed. CAROL RAMA. Book and Video: 82 pp. retrospective catalogue, 69 b&w illus., 18 color plates, biog., bibliog. Critical texts by C. Levi, M. Vallora, P. Fossati, L. Berio, G. Manganelli, M. Mila, E. Sanguineti, artist's statement, interview by Vergine. Contemporary feminist artist. Text in Italian. Large sq. 8vo, wraps. Milan, Mazzotta, 1985. Fine. $25.00 [Order]

(RAMSARAN A18696)
Norfolk. Chrysler Museum. Parameters Exhibition Brochure: HELEN EVANS RAMSARAN. Unpag. (7 pp.), 6 color plates, bibliog. Text by Trinkett Clark. Bronze cast sculpture influenced by the rituals and imagery of traditional African ceremonies. Large 8-sided folded card sheet, printed on both sides. April 10-June 19, 1994. Fine. $7.50 [Order]

(REID, SHEILA A19686)
REID, SHEILA. Uncensored: An Installation by Sheila Reid. Promotional catalogue for an installation by American-born artist Sheila Reid consisting of a closet-full of artists' dossiers, with diaristic-style chronol., exhibs. Texts by artist, Alexandra Tuttle, Michel Giroud. In English, French, German. diaristic rather self-promoting chronol., exhibs. Laid in: interesting signed letter from artist to David Ross (then Director of the ICA, Boston) proposing to install this piece and then donate it to the museum. 12mo, heavy cardboard covers, printed dustjacket. (Self-published) Vence: Fiat Luxe Editions, 1993. Fine in about fine d.j. (slight creasing along overlapping upper edge of dustjacket.) $20.00 [Order]

(RICHIER A12671)
Paris. Galerie Maeght. Derriere le Miroir 13 (1948) GERMAINE RICHIER. 6 pp., 1 original two-color lithograph by Richier, 5 b&w photo llus. Texts by Francis Ponge (Sculpture), Georges Limbour (Revues a un sculpteur), and Rene de Solier (L'oeuvre est un rendez-vous.) Folio (12 3/4 x 9 5/8 inches), loose wraps. (as issued). Second ed. 1948. Mint. $50.00 [Order]

(RINGGOLD A19103)
Hampstead. Fine Arts Museum of Long Island. FAITH RINGGOLD: A 25 Year Survey (Signed by artist). Full signature by Ringgold. 65 pp., 35 illus. (some in color). Excellent survey exhibition of Ringgold's varied multi-media art production. 4to, wraps. First ed. 1990. Fine. $40.00 [Order]

(RINGGOLD A17655)
New York. Studio Museum in Harlem. FAITH RINGGOLD: Twenty Years of Painting, Sculpture and Performance (1963-1983). 48 pp. exhib. cat. of 112 works, 16 illus., 5 full-page color plates, chronol., bibliog. (including Ringgold's writings), exhibs. Texts by Terrie S. Rouse, Moira Roth, Frieda High-Wasikhongo, Eleanor Munro, Lucy Lippard, Michele Wallace. 4to, wraps. First ed. 1984. Mint. $15.00 [Order]

(RINGGOLD A14089)
New York. Studio Museum in Harlem. FAITH RINGGOLD: Twenty Years of Painting, Sculpture and Performance (1963-1983) (Signed). 48 pp. exhib. cat., 6 full page color plates (including cover), 9 full-page b&w illus., checklist of 117 works in all media. Intro. by Mary Schmidt Campbell; texts by Michele Wallace, Terry S. Rouse, Moira Roth, Freida High-Wasikhongo, Eleanor Munro, Lucy Lippard. An important reference. This copy bears a personal INSCRIPTION from RINGGOLD, signed Faith. SOLD WITH: the color poster announcement of the exhibition. 4to, stapled wraps. First ed. 1984. Catalogue fine; poster fine (folded as issued). $55.00 [Order]

(RINGGOLD A14090)
RINGGOLD, FAITH. The French Collection Part 1 by FAITH RINGGOLD. 40 pp., 11 b&w illus. (mostly full-page) Texts by Ringgold, Michele Wallace and Moira Roth. Oblong 4to, stapled wraps. First ed. New York, B Mow (Being My Own Woman) Press, 1992. Fine. $22.50 [Order]

(RINGGOLD A15575)
RINGGOLD, FAITH. The French Collection Part 1 by FAITH RINGGOLD (Signed). Boldly signed by artist in black marker across front cover. 40 pp., text and images by Ringgold; intro. by Michele Wallace. A surprisingly rich text which adds a great deal to the images. Oblong 4to, stapled wraps. First ed. New York, B Mow (Being My Own Woman) Press, 1992. Fine. $60.00 [Order]

(ROSE-SEGEBRECHT A11874)
Lubeck. Museum fur Kunst und Kulturgeschichte. ROSE-SEGEBRECHT. 52 pp. exhib. cat., color frontis, plus 21 full-page color plates, 3 b&w text illus., biog., exhibs. Text by Gerhard Gerkens. Striking contemporary expressionist paintings, focusing on images of women. 4to, self-wraps. 1992. V.G. (Lib. of Congress stamp on verso of title page, minor tears to paper at head and foot of spine, else clean crisp copy). $22.00 [Order]

(ROTHENBERG, E A7275)
Medford. Aidekman Arts Center. ELLEN ROTHENBERG. 80 pp. exhib. cat., 67 illus., 38 in color, biog., exhibs., performances, colls., bibliog. Interview with artist by Johanna Branson (12 pp.); texts by Dan Eisenberg, Cindi Katz, Lynne Cook, Whitney Chadwick. Important catalogue on this artist. Small sq. 4to, stiff wraps. 1994. Fine. $16.50 [Order]

(ROTHENBERG, S A9403)
Basel. Kunsthalle. SUSAN ROTHENBERG. 27 pp., 16 illus., 3 in color, biog., exhibs., bibliog., checklist of 21 works. Text by Peter Blum. In German / English. Small 4to, wraps. 1981. About fine. $28.00 [Order]

(ROTHENBERG, S A2845)
Simon, Joan. SUSAN ROTHENBERG. 198 pp., 161 illus., 87 full-page color plates, several fold-outs, chronol., exhibs., bibliog., index. Very comprehensive monograph. Sq. 4to, pictorial cloth, d.j. New York, Abrams, 1991. Mint. $70.00 [Order]

(ROTHSCHILD A2928)
Axsom, Richard H. Beyond the Plane: The Relief Paintings of JUDITH ROTHSCHILD. 101 pp., 19 b&w illus., 58 full-page color plates, biog., exhibs., colls., index. Square 4to, cloth, d.j. New York, Hudson Hills Press, 1991. Mint. (Pub. at $45.) $30.00 [Order]

(RUNYON, CORNELIA A19902)
Pasadena. Pasadena Art Museum. CORNELIA RUNYON. (8 pp.) exhib. cat., 6 b&w illus., photo of artist, exhibs., awards, colls. Texts by Jules Langsner and Rico Lebrun. Carved stone sculptor who came late to art, featured in Agnes De Mille's Portrait Gallery, acquaintance of Anais Nin, friend of Beatrice Wood. Scarce. 12mo, stapled wraps. March 16-April 15, 1956. Small museum lib. stamp upper margin of one page, else bright fine condition. $17.50 [Order]

(RYAN A16048)
New York. Andre Emmerich. ANNE RYAN: Collages 1948-1954. Unpag. (28 pp.) exhib. cat., 7 illus., 6 in color. Text by Eric Gibson. One of the very few publications on this important abstract expressionist collage artist, member of Atelier XVII and friend of Hans Hofmann. Sq. 8vo, pictorial wraps. First ed. 1979. Fine copy of an uncommon catalogue. $35.00 [Order]


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