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1900 ART AT THE CROSSROADS
Written by Robert Rosenblum; Mary Anne Stevens; Ann Dumas.
Stock no. 2126831
Published by Royal Academy of Arts. 1st 2000. Slightly better than very good condition.
Large format. Card wraps. Colour and b/w photos. Published on the occasion of the exhibition of the same name at the Royal Academy of Arts, London 16th January - 3rd April 2000 and then at the Guggenheim Museum, New York 18th May - 13th September 2000. Contains essays - 'Art in 1900: Twilight or Dawn? by Rosenblum and 'The Exposition Universelle: This Vast Competition of Effort, Realisation and Victories' by Stevens. Catalogue introduction by Dumas. ISBN: 0900946822. Bumping to corners and spine. Inscription in ink to half-title page. Some page corners are creased.
IMPERIAL AUSTRIA: TREASURES OF ART, ARMS & ARMOUR FROM THE STATE OF STYRIA
Written by Peter Krenn; Walter J. Karcheski.
Stock no. 1816208
Published by Art Exhibitions Australia Ltd. 1st 1998. Nearly fine condition.
Published in conjunction with the exhibition of art, arms and armour from the Landeszeughaus Graz to be held at various museums March 1998 to January 1999. Large format. Pictorial cardwraps. Colour illustrations and photos. ISBN: 187546011X.
KENWOOD PAINTINGS IN THE IVEAGH BEQUEST
Written by Julius Bryant.
Stock no. 2125640
Published by Yale University Press. 1st 2003. Very good condition in a very good dustwrapper.
Large format. Heavy volume! This lovely book is published to mark the 75th anniversary of the opening of the Iveagh Bequest and is the first new catalogue of the collection to be produced for 50 years. ISBN: 0300102062. A few marks and scuffs to covers. Some underlining in pencil. Wrapper is creased.
Written by Jane Martineau; et al. Illustrated by Andrea Mantegna.
Stock no. 2125476
Published by Olivetti; Electa. 1st 1992. Very good condition.
Large format. Card wraps. 499 pages. Colour and b/w illustrations. ISBN: 0900946407. Spine is creased and faded. Bumping/creasing to corners of covers and some pages internally.
ANDREW WYETH AUTOBIOGRAPHY
Written by Andrew Wyeth; Thomas Hoving.
Stock no. 1816012
Published by Bulfinch Press. 2012. Slightly better than very good condition.
Published on the occasion of the 1995 retrospective exhibition. Large oblong format. White pictorial cardwraps. Colour illustrations. Introduction by Hoving, with commentaries by Wyeth, as told to Hoving. 168 pages including index. ISBN: 9780821225691. Eighth printing.
Written by David Starkey; Susan Doran.
Stock no. 1815732
Published by Chatto & Windus. 1st 2003. Fine condition in a nearly fine dustwrapper.
Accompanying a major exhibition at the National Maritime Museum 2003, Greenwich, to commemorate the 400th anniversary of the death of Queen Elizabeth I. Large format. Black boards, gilt title to spine. Colour illustrations throughout. xiii and 287 pages including index. ISBN: 0701174765. Pictorial dustwrapper is lightly scuffed to rear panel.
HONOR C. APPLETON (1879-1951)
No author listed. Illustrated by Honor C. Appleton.
Stock no. 1317080
Published by Chris Beetles Ltd.. 1990. Almost very good condition.
Square format. Pictorial cardwraps. Colour illustrations. Catalogue of exhibition of Appleton's work. ISBN: 1871136172. Covers edge rubbed and slightly marked. Light vertical crease to centre of front cover. Light stain affects top edges of covers and pages.
Written by Jacques Caumont; Jennifer Gough-Cooper. Illustrated by Marcel Duchamp.
Stock no. 1815140
Published by Thames and Hudson. 1st 1993. Slightly better than very good condition in a very good dustwrapper.
This book accompanies the major exhibition at the Palazzo Grassi in Venice in 1993. The book has been designed as a double-faced publication: from one direction, entitled 'Work', it contains a catalogue reproducing Duchamp's paintings, sculptures and miscellaneous objects. From the other direction, entitled 'Ephemerides', a day-by day account of the artist's life unfolds, organized according to astrological sign. Large format. Navy blue cloth, gilt title to spine. Colour & b/w illustrations. ISBN: 0500236569. Light browning to text block and page edges. Pictorial dustwrapper is edge-worn with a few small closed tears.
HENRI ROUSSEAU: JUNGLES IN PARIS
Written by Frances Morris; Christopher Green. Illustrated by Henri Rousseau.
Stock no. 1815058
Published by Tate Publishing. 1st 2005. Fine condition in a nearly fine dustwrapper.
Produced on the occasion of the exhibition which ran from 2005-2006. Rousseau was a self-taught artist whose unique vision is perhaps best exemplified in his jungle scenes. These dream-like tableaux, based largely on visits to the Jardin des Plantes in Paris, captivate the viewer with the lushness of their colours and the unsettling exoticisim of the imaginary tropical world they portray. Large oblong format. Green boards, light green title to spine and vignette of a big cat to front. Colour illustrations throughout. 232 pages. ISBN: 1854376128.
CEZANNE TO VAN GOGH: THE COLLECTION OF DOCTOR GACHET
Written by Anne Distel; Susan Alyson Stein. Illustrated by Paul Cezanne; Claude Monet; Vincent Van Gogh.
Stock no. 1815017
Published by The Metropolitan Museum of Art. 1st 1999. Nearly fine condition in a very good dustwrapper.
Paul Gachet was a physician and an amateur artist who appreciated at an early date the genius of a number of painters struggling for recognition. This is a catalogue of the works he collected and exhibited in 1999. Large format. Blue/Green cloth boards, silver title to spine. B/w and colour illustrations. xiv and 314 pages. ISBN: 0870999036. A little off-setting to title page from frontispiece. Pictorial dustwrapper is scuffed to rear with a few grubby marks and grubby label.
THE LATE RICHARD DADD 1817-1886
Written by Patricia Aldridge. Illustrated by Richard Dadd.
Stock no. 1814982
Published by Tate Gallery. 1st 1974. Very good condition.
Richard Dadd is known as the artist of 'The Fairy Feller's Master-Stroke' in the Tate Gallery and as the man who murdered his father and was, as a result confined to Bethlem Hospital for life. This exhibition catalogue shows the whole range of Dadd's work in all its variety. Large format. Pictorial cardwraps. B/w and colour illustrations. 172 pages including index. ISBN: 0900874783. Name in red ink to front half-title page. Light page edge-browning. Glue holding covers to contents starting to dry out but still holding firm.