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SMITH, Thomas. The Art of Drawing in its Various Branches,
London : 1825First edition of this richly illustrated guide to drawing and painting, part of the expansion of popular manuals for artistry which occurred in the early 19th century. This expansion reflected the fact that drawing and painting, which had once been considered a supplement to a general education for the genteel, had by the Regency Period become regarded... Learn More£1,750.00
Stock Code: 125566
PENN, Irving. The Astronomers plan a Voyage to Earth.
Rhode Island : 1999First edition, first printed, inscribed by the artist on the front free endpaper, "For Emese and Jim, I.", with two drawn hearts, and signed below "Irving Penn". This work pairs a collection of Penn's pencil sketches, drawn between 1939 and 1942, with a fable written by Penn in 1997. Learn More£275.00
Stock Code: 131355
CARTER, John, & Percy H. Muir (eds.) Printing and the Mind of Man.
Munich : 1983Second edition, revised and enlarged, of this major reference work for book collectors, which was originally published in 1967. With a new bibliography and introduction by Percy H. Muir. PMM, as it is usually abbreviated, is regarded as a standard bibliographical reference, and offers a survey of the impact of printed books on the development of western... Learn More£75.00
Stock Code: 111397
STEADMAN, Ralph (illus.); O'NOLAN, Brian, as Flann O'Brien. The Poor Mouth (An Béal Bacht). A bad story about the hard life.
London : 1975First edition in English, number 109 of 130 copies signed in pencil by the artist at the head of the title page.
"This celebrated satirical work, An Béal Bocht, first published in Gaelic in 1941, is here translated for the first time under the title of The Poor Mouth O'Brien comments mercilessly on Irish life The key-words in this work are... Learn More£600.00
Stock Code: 135872
YARDE, Richard. The Savoy Ballroom.
Boston : 1986First and sole edition, limited to 400 copies, of this beautifully produced tribute to the famed Harlem ballroom; this copy unusual in being accompanied by an original watercolour signed "Yarde 83", showing one of the most renowned Savoy dancers of the 40s, the celebrated lindy hopper Willa Mae Ricker.
Richard Yarde (1939-2011) studied art at... Learn More£5,000.00
Stock Code: 132377
FASHION. History of the Textile Art.
Milan : [1980s?]First and only edition of this visually beguiling and historically informative collection. The title leaf reports that "this photographic publication, composed of pictures of original fabrics from 1903 up to 1925, taken from private files, has been created to offer a proof of art and culture in the evolution of costume". We have been unable to trace... Learn More£1,750.00
Stock Code: 140454
CHAGALL, Marc. The Jerusalem Windows.
New York : 1962First edition in English, with two original lithographs prepared by Chagall for this edition, and with numerous beautiful chromolithographic reproductions of the artist's work. It was issued the same year as the first edition in French, entitled Vitraux pour Jerusalem, and features various stages of Chagall's 12 stained glass window designs for the... Learn More£1,250.00
Stock Code: 142362
SHAKESPEARE, William - WIVELL, Abraham. An Inquiry into the History, Authenticity, & Characteristics of the Shakspeare Portraits,
London : 1827First edition, published three years after James Boaden's work on the same subject. Wivell had risen from impoverished beginnings and an apprenticeship to a wigmaker and hairdresser, before reaching public notice as an artist with portraits of the Cato Street conspirators awaiting trial. This led to a commission to draw portraits of the participants... Learn More£2,000.00
Stock Code: 84953
YARDE, Richard. The Savoy Ballroom.
Boston : 1986First and sole edition, limited to 400 copies, of this beautifully produced tribute to the famed Harlem ballroom, reproducing Yarde's vibrant original watercolours, drawing on many of the renowned photographic images of dancers - largely the work of Life photographers Gjon Mili and Cornell Capa - at what was known to the cognoscenti as "The Track".... Learn More£1,500.00
Stock Code: 132940
WINSOR, W. & H. C. Newton. Instructions for the Practice of Fresco Painting;
London : 1843First edition. Presentation copy, inscribed by the authors on the front free endpaper, "To C. Stanfield Esq. R. A., respectfully presented by his obedient humble servants, W. Winsor & H. Newton."
The recipient was Clarkson Stanfield, elected as a Royal Academician in February 1835, who "between 1820 and his last submission in 1867 showed 135... Learn More£750.00
Stock Code: 118578
OLIVIER, Jean. Fencing familiarized: or a New Treatise on the Art of Small Sword.
London : 1780Second edition, first published in 1771, of this fine work on the use of the short sword, most attractively illustrated with a new set of plates; the dedication is also new (dated 18 February 1780) and the dedicatee is Charles Stanhope, third earl of Harrington, army officer, who concluded his career with the colonelcy of the first Life Guards. Olivier... Learn More£1,750.00
Stock Code: 135146
GRAY, Milner. Four papers on packaging and industrial design from the Journal of the Royal Society of Arts.
London, : 1939-59Attractively bound volume comprising four articles by Gray extracted from the journal of the RSA over a twenty year period. Inscribed by the author to his wife on the front free endpaper, "To Gnade with all my love, Milner 1959". The papers are; "The History and Development of Packaging"(26 pages with illustrations, 5 May, 1939); "The Industrial Designer... Learn More£450.00
Stock Code: 81478
WILSON, Maria. The Workwoman's Guide,
London & Birmingham : 1838First edition of one of the most important needlework manuals of the nineteenth century. Early editions are uncommon, with just four copies of the first on Library Hub, together with four of the second edition of 1840; only two copies traced at auction. An excellent copy of this elusive and highly desirable guidebook, offered here in publisher's attractive... Learn More£2,250.00
Stock Code: 108261
PEACHEY, Emma. The Little Flower Maker.
London : 1869First edition. A rare, beautifully produced work designed by 'Mrs Peachey, a first rate artist in her department... favourably known to the public, by a former work on Modelling Wax Flowers to enable her youthful friends, who have often admired specimens of her skill, to become adepts in the charming art of paper flower making'. The techniques of paper... Learn More£1,500.00
Stock Code: 136827
BLAKE, William. The Gates of Paradise.
Clairvaux : 1968First facsimile edition, number 40 of 50 special copies with an additional volume (containing an original negative - here showing The Earth engraving - a copperplate, and collotypes without plate-mark) and the first three bound in full morocco, from a total edition of 726 copies. The engravings for Blake's visionary allegory of human life and death... Learn More£2,250.00
Stock Code: 115013
CAHUN, Claude. Two autograph postcards signed to Surrealist poet Robert Desnos, the second also signed by Marcel Moore.
Paris & Jersey : 1932 & 1938Two exceptionally rare autograph postcards signed from the French photographer and mixed-media artist Claude Cahun to Surrealist poet Robert Desnos, one written from Paris, the other from Jersey in exile; in the first thanking him for a gift of flowers, and in the second reporting on her reclusive life in Jersey with her collaborator, lover, and step-sister... Learn More£6,500.00
Stock Code: 131539
BLAKE, William - GRAY, Thomas. William Blake's Water-Colour Designs for the Poems of Thomas Gray.
London : 1972First edition thus, first impression, number 467 of 100 copies reserved for Paul Mellon, from a total edition of 518 copies issued in a range of formats (of which the present copy is one of those "unbound in the French style"), all printed on Arches pure rag paper made specially to match that used by Blake. In this extravagant tour de force Blake used... Learn More£1,250.00
Stock Code: 141250
HOBSON, Robert Lockhart. The Later Ceramic Wares of China.
London : 1925First edition, deluxe issue, number 135 of 250 copies signed by the author on the limitation page, and containing a suite of five extra plates not found in the trade issue ("ordinary edition"). Hobson (1872-1941) was keeper of ceramics and ethnographer at the British Museum from 1921, and keeper of oriental antiquities from 1934 to 1938. This work was... Learn More£2,500.00
Stock Code: 121474
WILLIS, Browne. An History of the Mitred Parliamentary Abbeys, and Conventual Cathedral Churches.
London : 1718-9First editions. Educated Westminster and Christ Church, Oxford, "through his father Willis inherited Whaddon Hall, where he was to live until his death, together with the adjoining manor and advowson of Bletchley. He also owned the manor of Burlton in Burghill, Herefordshire, and his estate was augmented by the dowry of 7000 obtained through his marriage...... Learn More£450.00
Stock Code: 139647
BROWN, Robert Hewitt. Stellar Theology and Masonic Astronomy;
New York : 1882First edition of this rare work on the hidden meanings of Masonic and other esoteric symbols, includes two intriguing colour plates with volvelles.
While not disclosing "any of the essential secrets of the order" (intro.), the author reveals "truths which are... of great importance and interest to the craft" (ibid.). Himself a 32nd degree master... Learn More£2,750.00
Stock Code: 139889
ELWIN, Verrier. The Art of the North-East Frontier of India.
Shillong : 1959First edition, first printing, signed in red at the head of the half-title by the visionary American inventor, designer, and environmentalist Buckminster Fuller (1895-1983), and with his neat library subject label (reading "anthropology") taped to foot of spine. Copies in the jacket are certainly uncommon.
Handsome monograph on the culture and... Learn More£750.00
Stock Code: 137524
BENINGTON, Walter. The Church of England. [St Paul's Cathedral].
A vintage print in exceptionally large format, signed on the mount by the photographer, of St Paul's Cathedral taken from the south bank of the Thames. Benington was part of the Pictorialist school and best known for his portraiture. His friend and associate Alvin Langdon Coburn made very similar images of London a few years after Benington and that... Learn More£1,750.00
Stock Code: 35953
CHROMOLITHOGRAPHY. The Chromolithograph. A journal of Art, Decoration and the Accomplishments.
London : 1867-9First edition. Uncommon, Library Hub locates sets at Oxford, Cambridge, the Universities of London and Nottingham, and the V & A; WorldCat adds the Getty, the Huntington, Yale and McGill. No complete set at auction in the last 40 years, this run, in common with that V & A, lacks the last issue for 27 March 1869. A short-lived periodical, in an already... Learn More£1,275.00
Stock Code: 67422
MORIKAWA, Kozan. Yamato-ryu Kyudo Kyokun no maki. [Precepts for Archery of the Yamato School].
Tokyo : 1928First facsimile edition of a work first published in 1652, and untraceable thus, no copy on WorldCat. The text lays out the philosophical precepts underlying Mokikawa Kozan's (1631-1701) style of Kyudo, created essentially as a fusion between the two most prominent schools of the time, Heki-ryu and Ogasawara-ryu. Morikawa was the first to define the... Learn More£375.00
Stock Code: 107836
GUTHRIE, John. Ten Designs for the Two Gentlemen of Verona.
Flansham : 1925First edition, first impression, number 45 of 50 copies only signed by the designer. Five plates show Guthrie's designs for the stage decor; the others illustrate six characters for a theatre production of Shakespeare's play. John Guthrie was the son of the printer and owner of the press, James Guthrie, whose print-making technique and aesthetic was... Learn More£1,375.00
Stock Code: 140871
BLAKE, William. Jerusalem. The Emanation of The Giant Albion.
Clairvaux : 1974First edition thus, limited issue, publisher Arnold Fawcus's copy. Copy A of 26 lettered copies reserved for the trustees of the William Blake Trust and the publishers, from a total edition of 558 copies on Arches pure rag paper made to match that used by Blake, each page being watermarked with Blake's monogram. This copy derives from the Trianon Press... Learn More£1,250.00
Stock Code: 115056
LOWRY, L. S. Get Well card with an original drawing by Lowry, together with Three Portraits of the Lowrys.A "get well" card, featuring an original drawing by Lowry for his friend the sculptor Leopold "Leo" Solomon (19191976), also jokingly signed by their mutual friend and fellow artist Martin Levy as "L. S. Levy"; it is acccompanied by the Lowry Commemorative Portfolio, containing three offset lithographs, each signed by Lowry, and the bronze medallion... Learn More£8,750.00
Stock Code: 111652
MUNNINGS, Sir Alfred. An Artist's Life; The Second Burst; The Finish [together with] Ballads and Poems or, A Rhyming succession of Rhyming digression.
London : 1950-57First editions, first impressions. Volumes I and III of The Autobiography and Ballads and Poems signed by Alfred and Violet Munnings. With a manuscript letter by Violet Munnings, dated 30 January 1962, giving opening times for Beldon House and studio, alongside other ephemera related to the book and Alfred Munnings, constituting newspaper clippings,... Learn More£1,250.00
Stock Code: 121829
ROBERTS, Henry. The Dwellings of the Labouring Classes,
London : 1867First collected edition, the fourth overall, later printing (sixth thousand on title page). This is a compilation of three titles: The Dwellings of the Labouring Classes, published in 1850, The Essentials of a Healthy Dwelling, published in 1862, and The Benefits of a Healthy Dwelling, also of 1862. Roberts was best known as the influential architect... Learn More£450.00
Stock Code: 129175
CHURCHILL, Winston S. Two-page typed letter signed to the artist Walter Sickert.
Chartwell Manor : 1927A wonderfully characterful pair of letters from Winston and Clementine relating to their long-term friendships with the great British painter Walter Sickert (18601942) and his artist wife, Thérèse (née Lessore, 1884-1945), strongly suggestive of Churchill's very real emotional and intellectual investment in the practice of painting.
While... Learn More£17,500.00
Stock Code: 135858
BEARDSLEY, Aubrey (illus.); JONSON, Ben. Volpone: or the Fox.
London : 1898First Beardsley edition, deluxe issue copy, being number 29 of 100 copies printed on japon and specially bound in full vellum, with a further 1,000 copies on art paper also issued and bound in blue cloth. In November 1897 Beardsley was commissioned to produce the artwork for a deluxe edition of Volpone, with 24 illustrations including a frontispiece,... Learn More£2,000.00
Stock Code: 137872
(SILK WEAVING) SIMMONDS, S. Théorie du Tissage [Theory of Weaving]
?Lyon : c.1900Exceptional French course workbook in superb, fresh condition, concentrating entirely on silk production and weaving and containing a spectacular array of fabric samples from simple taffetas and serges to pekins, fantasies, and royales, in a range of superb colours and patterns. Most likely generated at the École de Tissage in Lyons, the French silk... Learn More£2,500.00
Stock Code: 139189
(QUEEN ELIZABETH II.) HARTNELL, Norman. Bespoke souvenir album containing Hartnell sketches for the Queen's wardrobe for her State Visit to Paris, 1957.
London : 1957A likely unique souvenir of Queen Elizabeth's state visit to Paris in 1957, still spectacular, although sadly now in somewhat tired condition. This album collects original design sketches, fabric swatches, photographs, and calligraphic captions for several of the outfits Hartnell produced for the visit.
Undertaken in the aftermath of the Suez... Learn More£4,000.00
Stock Code: 131143
HEPPLEWHITE, Alice. The Cabinet-Maker and Upholsterer's Guide;
London : 1789Second edition, revised, of one of the great pattern books of the 18th century, first published in the preceding year, this printing adding an extra plate.
"In 1788 Isaac and Josiah Taylor published The cabinet-maker and upholsterer's guide... In publishing the Hepplewhite Guide the Taylors were filling a yawning gap. The plates were issued in... Learn More£8,750.00
Stock Code: 33768
WILLIAMS, Robert. Jerusalem: The City of Many Sieges.
Alexandria : 1918First edition. Scarce with Library Hub showing only two copies, at the National Library of Wales and UCL, WorldCat adds only one at the University of Pisa. The last book published by Williams, an architect who had written several books on slums and working class housing in Britain. He was working as as a consultant for the Egyptian Government when he... Learn More£500.00
Stock Code: 127768
RUSKIN, John. The Stones of Venice.
London : 1905A handsomely bound copy. One of the key texts of the aesthetic movements, The Stones of Venice was first published from 1851 to 1853 and was "a revolutionary success" (PMM). Its importance lies "in its celebration of the Byzantine and the Gothic, which had an immediate effect on Victorian architects, who began to introduce Romanesque forms and Venetian... Learn More£500.00
Stock Code: 136701
RUSKIN, John. The Stones of Venice.
London : 1873-4Signed edition, one of 1,500 copies signed by the author at the end of the preface. One of the key texts of the aesthetic movements, The Stones of Venice was first published from 1851 to 1853 and was "a revolutionary success" (PMM). Its importance lies "in its celebration of the Byzantine and the Gothic, which had an immediate effect on Victorian architects,... Learn More£1,500.00
Stock Code: 139444
FREUD, Lucian. Recent Work.
London : 1968First edition, first impression, presentation copy inscribed "Dear Binky, You missed it and I missed you. Are you angry about the vanishing act? 'I went see sic a man about a dog'... A Borzoi in fact that looked like you. Lots of Love, Lucian" to title page, with the address "227 Gloucester Terrace W.2 (Until Friday)" penned above.
The recipient,... Learn More£2,500.00
Stock Code: 138200
(BACON, Francis.) HARRISON, Martin (ed.) Catalogue Raisonné.
[London] : 2016First edition, first impression, of this magnificent publication of Bacon's entire oeuvre, including many works which were never published or publicly exhibited. The only previous catalogue raisonné of Bacon's works (published in 1964) was incomplete, featuring only a third of Bacon's work and just 27 colour reproductions. Learn More£1,250.00
Stock Code: 116274
MORRIS, William. [A finely bound collection of his lectures:]
London : 1898-1900First editions, printed in the Golden type Morris designed for the Kelmscott Press, each hand bound in beautiful arts and crafts bindings by Arthur E. Holloway (b. 1875) of the Birmingham School of Art, each signed, with his monogram to Some Hints on Pattern-Designing. The School was closely associated with Morris's design aesthetic, which is well reflected... Learn More£4,500.00
Stock Code: 143282
HIRST, Damien. Beautiful Inside My Head Forever.
London : 2008First and only edition, signed and dated "Damien Hirst '08" on the title page of the first volume, also signed in both supplements which cover lot 213, The Kingdom, and lot 237, The Golden Calf. Published for the two-day sale in three parts of new work by Hirst held at Sotheby's, London on 15 and 16 September 2008. Hirst bypassed traditional galleries... Learn More£600.00
Stock Code: 134003
COOK, Millicent Whiteside. How to Dress on £15 a year, as a Lady. By a Lady;
London : 1873 & 1874First editions, both uncommon, the second particularly so with just seven copies traced institutionally (two at the BL, NLS, TCD, Cambridge, Oxford, and Duke). Little is known of the author beyond her publication of practical household manuals, however her style exhibits all the confidence and bearing of a real life Lady Bracknell. Besides the present... Learn More£625.00
Stock Code: 115579
HIRST, Damien. Damien Hirst.
London : 1991Signed limited edition, number 155 of 250 signed by Damien Hirst. Interweaving Hirst's art works with a transcription of his discussion with French artist Sophie Calle, this catalogue was published to accompany one of the solo exhibition held at the ICA between 13 December 1991 and 2 February 1992. Learn More£2,250.00
Stock Code: 93036
FOUJITA, Tsuguharu. Légendes japonaises recueillies et illustrées.
Paris : 1923A most fittingly presented copy of the first edition of this collection of Japanese folk tales, number 455 of 2,000 copies on vélin alfa (total edition of 2,104), both translated and colourfully illustrated by the artist Tsuguharu Foujita (1886-1968), a flamboyant, popular and highly successful figure on the bohemian art scene in Montparnasse. Best... Learn More£1,250.00
Stock Code: 142353
(MANET, Edouard.) ROUART, Denis, & Daniel Wildenstein. Edouard Manet: Catalogue raisonné. Tome I: Peintures. Tome II: Pastels, aquarelles et dessins.
Lausanne - Paris : 1975First editions, first printings. These two works on Edouard Manet by Rouart and Wildenstein form a very concise raisonne including 430 paintings, 88 pastels and 677 drawings and watercolours, with extensive notes, a list of exhibitions, a bibliography, an index of titles and proper names, and a topographical index. Learn More£750.00
Stock Code: 124932
GOLL, Yvan; BRAUNER, Victor (illus.) Le Char triomphal de l'antimoine.
Paris : 1949First and limited edition, pre-publication presentation copy, inscribed on the half-title, "à Adolphe de Milly avec mon trés amical souvenir, Yvan Goll, Paris 11 avril 1949"; number 90 of 300 copies on Rives (from a total edition of 333). The colophon notes that "cet ouvrage a été achevé d'imprimeur le 15 Mai 1949". The recipient was a French-born... Learn More£5,750.00
Stock Code: 122170
FONTANA, Lucio - CRISPOLTI, Enrico. Lucio Fontana: catalogo ragionato di sculture, dipinti, ambientazioni.
Geneva : 2006First edition, first printing, of this catalogue of works by Argentine-Italian artist, Lucio Fontana (1899-1968), best known as the founder of spatialism. Learn More£450.00
Stock Code: 143103
MAILER, Norman. Gargoyle, Guignol, False Closet.
Dublin : 1964First separate edition, one of 100 copies. Presentation copy, inscribed by Mailer on the front cover to Herb Yellin (1935-2014) the American book collector and founder of the Lord John Press in 1976 to publish signed limited editions of significant American authors: "For Herb Yellin, cheers, cheers. Norman Mailer, March 1992." Yellin published two of... Learn More£1,750.00
Stock Code: 109702
(DADA.) SCHWARZ, Arturo (ed.) Dada Germanico.
Milan : 1970Limited edition, one of 500 copies, a portfolio from the unnumbered series Documenti e periodici Dada (five portfolios in total, including Dada Svizzero, Dada Americano, Dada Francese, and Dada Italiano). This portfolio of seven facsimile pamphlets, predominately in German and originally published in Berlin,... Learn More£1,250.00
Stock Code: 116922
CALDER, Alexander. Autobiographie.
Paris : 1972First edition, first impression. Presentation copy, inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper: "To John Curtis, in his doghouse, greetings, & good wishes, Sandy Calder. 16 Mar 1973. Saché." Although Calder specialised in abstract hanging wire construction, often connected to motors, he is best known for his unpowered works that relied on currents... Learn More£2,250.00
Stock Code: 119733
(MATISSE, Henri.) ROUVEYRE, André. Apollinaire.
Paris : 1952First edition thus, first printing, number 233 of 300 on vélin d'arches, from a total edition of 350, with the chemise and slipcase in unusually nice condition.
The friendship between the caricaturist and writer André Rouveyre (1879-1962) and the artist Henri Matisse (1869-1954) left a trail of art works and a correspondence of over 1 100 letters.... Learn More£3,250.00
Stock Code: 132731
REPTON, Humphry. Sketches and Hints on Landscape Gardening.
London : First edition of Repton's first book and the work in which he laid out "his claim to the position of a national authority" on landscape gardening (Rogger, p. 12). Handsomely printed by the finest London printer of the age, William Bulmer, the delightful aquatints employ clever overslips to show the transformation of the landscape under Repton's guiding... Learn More£19,500.00
Stock Code: 138558
RIVERA, Diego - WOLFE, Bertram D. Diego Rivera. His Life and Times.
New York & London : 1939First edition. This copy inscribed on the half-title, in translation, "With my very kindest remembrances, Diego Rivera, Nov. 28 1942". The recipient was Bernard "Barney" Collins, a New Mexico-born industrialist and philanthropist with interests in textiles and mining, who divided his time between California and Mexico City, and who was a keen collector... Learn More£950.00
Stock Code: 106022
GIBRAN, Kahlil. Twenty Drawings.
New York : 1919First edition, first printing, inscribed by Gibran on the front free endpaper, "To Margarrite Marguerite? Harrison Day, with kindest thoughts from Kahlil Gibran, 1923". The recipient has proved unidentifiable, though it is tempting to think her some relation of Gibran's early creative mentor the Boston photographer Fred Holland Day.
Twenty... Learn More£12,500.00
Stock Code: 137819
KLIMT, Gustav. Secession XVIII. Ausstellung der Vereinigung bildender Künster Österreichs Secession Wien Nov. = Dez. 1903.
Vienna : 1903First edition, first printing. Only two Secession exhibitions during the period between 1897 and 1905 concentrated exclusively on one artist: Johann Victor Kramer, in the eleventh exhibition (1901) and Klimt in the eighteenth. This catalogue was published to coincide with Klimt's exhibition containing 80 works. Learn More£1,000.00
Stock Code: 141827
GIBRAN, Kahlil. Twenty Drawings.
New York : 1919First edition, trade issue, of Gibran's first and only collection of drawings, retaining some parts of the rare dust jacket laid in. "For Gibran the canvas represented another form in which his poetry could be expressed... the pieces included in Twenty Drawings clearly demonstrate the mystical qualities Gibran imbued in all his works, whatever... Learn More£2,000.00
Stock Code: 137326
(HARING, Keith.) PINCUS-WITTEN, Robert; Jeffrey Deitch; David Shapiro. Keith Haring.
New York : 1982First and limited edition, first printing, one of 2,000 copies of the Tony Shafrazi Gallery's exhibition catalogue for one of Keith Haring's early exhibitions with the gallery, which took place in 1982. It includes excerpts from "Questions for Keith Haring" as well as essays upon the artist and his works by Jeffrey Deitch, Robert Pincus-Witten and David... Learn More£2,000.00
Stock Code: 123544
[DEPEW, Wally, ed.] PN2 experiment flipbook, nos 2 & 5.
Scranton, PA : [c.1964-1966]Two rare flipbooks of avant-garde mimeo-art/concrete poetry issued by the Poetry Newsletter, which was published by Pennsylvania native Wally Depew in the mid-1960s and ran through 12 issues. The somewhat tongue-in-cheek "Bibliography" for each flipbook includes the Works of Rabelais, "Eadweard" Muybridge's Human Figure in Motion, John Cage's Silence,... Learn More£500.00
Stock Code: 135171
HURET, Gregoire. Optique de portraiture et peinture, en deux parties,
Paris : 1670First edition, with an appealing near-contemporary French provenance: bookplate and ownership inscription of Hieronimus (Jérôme) Beausire. The Beausires were a famous French architectural dynasty - our Beausire may be Jérôme (1708-1761) architect and son of Jean Beausire, chief of public works in Paris under the Sun King and Louis XV. "The draughtsman... Learn More£5,000.00
Stock Code: 96431
GIBRAN, Kahlil. Twenty Drawings.
New York : 1919First edition, first printing, presentation copy from Alice Raphael Eckstein, author of the introductory essay, inscribed on the front free endpaper, "With friendliest associations of the ? collection and all good wishes from Alice Raphael Eckstein, Nov. 12 1931". Eckstein (1887-1975) was a leading art critic and Goethe scholar, whose recognition of... Learn More£2,500.00
Stock Code: 140096