ArtBusiness.com

Search this site:
Art Business The Web

ART BOOKS FOR SALE FROM ARTBUSINESS.COM

RARE, OUT-OF-PRINT, COLLECTIBLE BOOK LIST



No Author, Brick and Tile as Utilized in Modern American Architecture Structural Clay Products Institute, Washington DC, 1947. Quarto, pictorial boards, unpaged (approximately 100 pages), illustrated with photographs of residential, industrial, commercial buildings along with churches, hospitals constructed primarily with brick. Exterior good with areas of wear along the spine, rubbing to covers. Interior very good, tight, clean overall. One of an unspecified limited edition apparently published for commercial purposes. Architects and photographers identified. $450.00

Ray Di Palma, MATAK Possibly self-published by Ray Di Palma circa 1981. Folded blue paper cover, string tie, octavo, title page plus 8 rubber stamped images, SIGNED by Ray Di Palma and dated 1981 on inside rear cover. Appears to be a UNIQUE BOOK consisting of a double stamped title page and stamped images of a bear falling on a car, a bar of soap falling on a horse and rider, a child falling on a barn, a cow falling on a locomotive, a plane falling on a baseball player, a pig falling on a street car, a chair falling on a steamship, a house falling on a tractor. Light folds to cover edges, interior NF. $450.00

Mary Stewart Quelle, A VISIT TO STANFORD UNIVERSITY University Press, Stanford University, California, 1903. Flexible burgundy cloth covered boards, octavo, 40 pages, deckle-edge pages, illustrated with photographs. A comprehensive tour of Stanford University, it's buildings, architecture, train station, history, etc. Good overall, interior good, binding and pages tight, inscription on FEP, inked date of April 9, 1904 under title on title page. Light spine fade. $225.00

Ettore Sottsass, Jr., Mildred S. Friedman (Introduction), SUPER-STUDIO MINDSCAPES, DESIGN QUARTERLY (DQ) 89 Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1973. Softbound, quarto, 36 pages, illustrated. VG/NF with only light signs of wear, interior almost like new. Scarce. $325.00

Janet Bishop, 1996 SECA Award, D-L Alvarez, Anne Appleby, Barry McGee San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, SF, California, 1996. Softbound, octavo, illustrated, 20 pages, two staple binding. Very good overall with light signs of wear and price erasure on title page. Barry McGee's first major exposure to a mainstream audience. Scarce. $185.00

No Author, Picturesque Venice of America, Ocean Park, California Venice Book and Stationery Company, Venice, California, circa 1905. Softbound, 12mo (3 1/2 by 6 3/4 inches), string tie, unpaged (approximately 50 pages). G/VG condition overall with only light signs of wear. Contains images and captions of the Venice, California area including main buildings, the pier, homes of note, a fold-out plate of the bathing pool and Venitian villas, bathhouse interior and exterior, more. No copies located online or on WorldCat. Rare. $600.00

Tom Marioni, The Sound of Flight M.H. de Young Memorial Museum, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, San Francisco, California, 1977, Softbound, illustrated, unpaged (approximately 50 pages), limited to 1000 copies, 32mo (3 1/2x5 inches). Very good condition overall with light signs of wear, 2 slight lines down the spine indicating that the book might have been opened a time or two, but still appears basically unopened. Scarce. $300.00

No author, Picturesque Oregon as Portrayed on Canvas by an Oregon Artist, No Publisher, Lewis and Clark Exposition, Portland, Oregon, 1905. Softbound, 12mo, 16 pages, illustrated. Illustrations include a portrait photo of the artist Eliza R Barchus and 8 of her paintings. Price list for her paintings on the back cover. Short essays and descriptions of the paintings. This promotional piece was possibly published by the artist, Eliza Barchus, and "freely offered to all visitors of the Lewis and Clark Exposition 1905. Near fine condition. $150.00

No author, Vanishing India, One Hundred and Fifty Paintings of Indian Types, Arts and Crafts And Portraits of Princes by Hubert Stowitts, California Palace of the Legion of Honor, San Francisco, California, 1931. Softbound, octavo, 16pp, one color plate tipped onto front cover. 2-page essay followed by an itemization of all 150 paintings in the show, all titled, most with short descriptions. Fair-good condition overall with minor discoloration and bends to cover and a fold line in the lower left corner of the tipped-on cover illustration. $200.00

Alicia Weber, Kathryn Erickson, WPA Artwork in Non-Federal Repositories, Edition II, December 1999, United States General Services Administration, Washington DC, 1999. Oblong quarto, softbound, over 500 pages. This extensive reference inventories over 17,000 WPA works of art in non-federal repositories like art institutes and museums. An invaluable reference for anyone researching Depression Era art. Listings include artist, title of art, date of art, medium, dimensions, inventory numbers, more. Condition very good with a corner bend, lower back cover. Interior very clean; book appears to have been used very lightly if at all. $700.00

Nancy Moure, introduction by Edward Goldfield, EDGAR PAYNE, 1882-1947, Goldfield Publishing Company, Los Angeles, California, 1987. Hardbound, octavo, unpaged (approximately 100 pages, 74 illustrations. Illustrations are almost entirely in color, almost all of paintings by Early California Impressionist artist, Edgar Payne. Illustrations include titles and dimensions. INSCRIBED BY GOLDFIELD. Very good condition overall with a light bump to the lower left corner of the back cover. $160.00

No Author, NEO-CLASSICAL ART MODERNE FURNITURE BY T.H. ROBSJOHN-GIBBINGS, PART ONE AND PART TWO, Sotheby Parke Bernet, Inc., New York, NY, 1980. Softbound, square octavo, 2 volumes, list of sale price results included in each part. Good/very good condition with light signs of wear. Two-part sale of furnishings from the estate of Conrad Hilton, Bel Air, California. Part One took place on December 18, 1980; Part Two on February 5, 1981. $485.00

Douglas Steakley, Introduction, WOVEN GOLD, Concepts Gallery, Carmel, California, 1987. Softbound, octavo, 24 pages, illustrated. Catalog of the jewelry of Arline Fisch. Illustrations include dimensions, descriptions. Includes chronology and exhibition history. This exhibition travelled to six galleries in the US and Europe. Very good condition. $110.00

No Author, SAN FRANCISCO ART INSTITUTE, A CATALOG OF THE ART BANK, 1962/63, San Francisco Art Institute, SF, California, 1963. Oblong octavo, 132 pages, illustrated, over 210 artists listed in alphabetical order with basic biographical information included and one black & white illustration of the art of each artist. $220.00

No Author, ROBERT HUOT AT PAULA COOPER, Paula Cooper Gallery, New York, New York, 1969. Square octavo, 16 pages, illustrated. Fair-good condition overall with fade lines and stain on cover, and a dampstain at the upper inner corner of the first five pages and inside front cover, not affecting text, slightly affecting one image. Show includes two blue walls, sanded floor, shadows cast by architectural detail and fixtures using available light. Also includes photographs of works at various other locations from 1968-1969. $170.00

Teo Ducci, MACFAYDEN AND KNOWLES - ARCHITECTS, MacFayden and Knowles, New York, 1965. Oblong quarto, spiral bound, approximately 20 pages, illustrated. Good condition overall with typical signs of wear. Interior clean. Photographs and drawings of buildings by John H. MacFayden and Edward F. Knowles including two beach houses on Fire Island, several private homes, commercial projects. $150.00

Teo Ducci, FORME NUOVE IN ITALIA, ITALIENISCHER STIL VOM KUNSTHANDWERK ZUR INDUSTRIE, Kunstgewerbemuseum, Zurich, Switzerland, 1954. Small quarto, approximately 50 pages, illustrated. Good condition overall except for foxing along two edges of the front cover. Interior very nice, clean. Juried show of modern Italian decorative arts. Sampling of artists, designers-- Alfredo Barbini, Venini, Carlo Barbasetti, Fantoni, Guido Gamboni, Gino Sarfatti, Luigi Fontana, more. $145.00

No Author, STENDIG, SWISS DESIGN, 1, Stendig, Inc., New York, circa 1972. Softbound, quarto, illustrated, approximately 40 pages. Good condition overall with typical signs of wear. Interior clean. Rubber stamp on back cover indicating that the catalog was received on June 12, 1972. Trade catalogue of Stendig furniture designed by Hans Eichenberger, Robert Haussmann, Kurt Thut. Includes stock numbers, dimensions, style names, photographs of furniture, schematic diagrams. First catalogue published by the company. $180.00

No Author, JANET ROSENBLUM INCORPORATED, Janet Rosenblum, New York, 1960. Oblong quarto, illustrated, 10 pages, no date (circa 1960). Fair - good condition with typical signs of wear. Three punch holes along lower edge, possibly added later. Contemporary furniture trade catalogue showing about 30 pieces of modern furniture including stock numbers, dimensions; some schematic drawings also included. Relatively obscure company, catalog with showroom located on Madison Avenue, NYC. $145.00

No Author, THE ALBANO COLLECTION, Albano Company, Inc., New York, New York, 1957. Oblong quarto, gold cloth binding, illustrated mainly in black and white, some color. 96 pages. No date, likely circa 1950s or early 1960s. VG overall with only light indications of wear. Trade catalogue of mainly contemporary furniture including tables, chairs, desks, chests, more. Product names, models, stock numbers, dimensions included. Approximately 150-200 pieces illustrated. General price and shipping information included at rear. $275.00

No Author, FURNITURE FOR THE BEDROOM, Herman Miller Inc., Zeeland, Michigan, 1960. Tall quarto, illustrated, one sheet folded into thirds, illustrated. Very good condition. Illustrations include Thin Edge Case group, storage headboard by George Nelson, Steel Frame Case group by Nelson, day bed. Stock numbers included. $60.00

No Author, HERMAN MILLER TEXTILES, Herman Miller Inc., Zeeland, Michigan, 1960. Tall quarto, single sheet folded into thirds, illustrated. Very good condition. 14 fabric patterns by Alexander Girard illustrated and titled. $60.00

No Author, THE C. PARDEE WORKS, INC., EXCLUSIVE UNITED STATES AGENTS FOR ROYAL DELFT FAIENCE AND TILE AND MANUFACTURERS OF WHITE WALL TILE, CERAMICS, AND GRUEBY-FAIENCE, C. Pardee Works, Perth Amboy, New Jersey, 1924. Trade catalogue, quarto, 20 pages, illustrated in color and black and white. Good condition overall with typical signs of wear. Includes a History of the works, standard colors of the Royal Delft Faience, sorting & setting procedures for the various tiles, page of trims available, caps, mouldings and cornices in ornate forms, color illustration of Exhibition Rooms-New York City, a "Typical Hallway Treatment" also in brilliant color tiling; Cloisonne Decorative tiles, approximately 150 illustrations of decorative tiles including Stations of the Cross, Moorish Tiles in "attractive Moorish designs"; plus Mauro Floor Tiles and showing combinatory patterns, color wainscots; and several black and white illustrations of installed tile applications and one large building interior design. $285.00

No Author, FURNISHINGS BY GEORGE M. NIEDECKEN FOR RESIDENCE OF MR. E.P. IRVING, DECATUR, ILLINOIS, FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT ARCHITECT, Phillips, New York, 1986. oftbound, quarto, illustrated in color and black and white, 28 pages. Very good with a light upper left corner bend and other light signs of wear. Interior crisp and clean. Catalogue of furniture designed circa 1913 auctioned by Phillips in NYC on December 12, 1986. $125.00

No Author, REAL PEN-WORK SELF-INSTRUCTOR IN PENMANSHIP, A.W. Knowles & Company, Detroit, Michigan, 1882. Oblong 4to, illustrated, unpaged (approximately 100 pages), printed boards, leatherette spine, good condition overall with light scuffing to covers particularly at extremities of spine, light foxing and/or yellowing to endpapers. Interior very nice and clean. $270.00

Rob (Robert) Mallet-Stevens, VITRAUX MODERNES, Editions d'Art Charles Moreau, Paris, France, 1937. Portfolio, boards with cloth spine, string ties, contents include 48 collotype platess of examples of modern stained glass, title page, preface, list of plates. Good overall with several bends to the portfolio covers not affecting contents. Plates and printed contents fresh and clean and in very good condition. Previous owner's name in ink on inside front portfolio cover. The portfolio was published in conjunction with the Paris International Exposition of 1937. $750.00

No author, PARALLEL BY DREXEL, Drexel (Heritage) Furniture Company, no location, no date (circa 1960). Three-fold leatherette portfolio containing 28 ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPHS of modern furnishings from the Parallel design line manufactured by Drexel (later to become Drexel Heritage) furniture company-- table, chair, bed, dresser, credenza, mirror, buffet, etc. Each plate includes names, model numbers, dimentions. Two additional Parallel plates not in the same format are also included as is one original photograph of a fully furnished interior. Contents and portfolio are in very good condition. Unusual and scarce. $750.00

No Author, MODERN INDUSTRY OF JAPAN, Nippon Superior Products Association, Tokyo, 1938. Hardbound, pictorial red cloth boards, 8vo, 209 pages, illustrated. Good to very good condition overall with only very light wear. Small rubber stamp of previous owner inside fep; several spots of foxing on title page. Interior very fresh, clean. Companies listed alphabetically. Each listing includes location, capitalization, photograph of owner (when available), year established, contact information including phone, products manufactured, a brief history of the company, and other details. $550.00

Henry Maldiney, others, JEAN BAZAINE, DERRIERE LE MIROIR, NOS. 23, 55-56, 96-97, Maeght Editeur, Paris, 1949-1957. Three separate issues of Derriere Le Miroir bound in a blue cloth Maeght binding, including original lithographs as published by Derriere Le Miroir. Fade lines and several small paint spots on front cover, contents very crisp and clean. Cover good; contents very good. One fold-out lithograph is larger in size and folded into four as originally bound into issue 55-56. $575.00

No author, SONY (products catalogue), Sony Corporation, Japan (no location), 1962. Oblong 12mo, 2 3/4 by 5 7/8 inches, 48 pages. Softbound, illustrated, text almost entirely in Japanese except for product models and model numbers. Good condition overall with only light signs of wear. The catalogue shows Sony's complete line of electronics at the time-- dozens of items. Products include television, tape recorder, transistor radio, tv, batteries, battery, editing equipment, possibly also computer equipment or computers. Prices, models, catalogue product tables at rear. Uncommon. $125.00

Merle E. Raber and Robert M. Wright, DESIGN BY LIGHT, 98 STUDIES IN PATTERN, J. H. Jansen, Cleveland, Ohio, 1939. Portfolio, stiff boards, cloth spine, sm folio, string ties. Contains 16 plates, title page, 8 pages of explanatory text, and list of plates. Portfolio in good condition with typical signs of wear, contents in very good condition, very clean, fresh. Uncommon with text and list of plates. $345.00

Cheryl A. Brutvan, Stella Paul, TONY BERLANT: RECENT WORK, Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, Texas, 1982. Catalogue, stiff paper folded into quarters, quarto, 2 illustrations. Essay, bio, list of works in show. Shown also at the Los Angeles County Museum of Contemporary Art. Good condition overall with light bends along the edge of one page. $45.00

Fred Hocks, FRED HOCKS, Fine Arts Gallery of San Diego, California, 1976. Stiff glossy paper catalogue folded into thirds, quarto, illustrated, one-page essay, list of collectors. $45.00

Sidney Janis, introduction, ABSTRACT AND SURREALIST ART IN THE UNITED STATES, San Francisco Museum of Art, San Francisco, California, 1944. Softbound, illustrated, 36 pages, octavo. Very good condition overall with only light signs of wear. Artists include William (Willem) de Kooning, Hans Hofmann, Ray Eames, Jackson Pollock, Walter Quirt, Ad Reinhardt, a selection of works by "American Artists in Exile," and more. $225.00

Carl S. Dentzel, Tom K. Enman, others, SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ARTISTS, 1890-1940, Laguna Beach Museum of Art, Laguna Beach, California, 1979. Softbound, oblong 4to, illustrated, 216 pages. Very good condition overall with only light signs of wear. Interior very clean, fresh. The first major exhibition of Southern California art and artists of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Very important catalogue historically as it influenced the course of art collecting in Southern California. Artists include William Wendt, Edgar Payne, Joseph Kleitsch, Benjamin Brown, Edward Borein, Elmer & Marion Wachtel, Guy Rose, Hanson Puthuff, Granville Redmond, Colin Campbell Cooper, many many more. $345.00

No author, LINES, COLOURS, SHAPES, SIXTEEN ENGRAVED AND COMPOSED COLOUR PRINTS BY EMILE LAHNER, Adrien Maeght in association with Laky Gallery, Carmel, California, 1973. Green cloth portfolio, 4to, containing title page, 2 essays in English, 16 ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPHS printed by Adrien Maeght, colophon, list of prints, all printed on heavy paper. This copy is #172 of 250 copies printed in English. Very good plus condition overall. $350.00

No author, GERALD F. BROMMER, ARTIST, AUTHOR, TEACHER, Fireside Gallery, Carmel, California, No Date (circa mid 1970's / early 1980's. Softbound, illustrated, full color, 14 pages, octavo. Very good condition overall. Uncommon. $55.00

No author, KONRAD KLAPHECK - PAINTINGS, Robert Fraser Gallery, London, 1964. Softbound, square 4to, illustrated, 8 pages (including covers which are part of the catalogue). Good overall with typical signs of wear. Small rubber stamp "Elliott" on upper left corner of front cover (previous owner's name). $110.00

No author, KEITH FINCH, Felix Landau Gallery, Los Angeles, California, 1964. Softbound, sm square 4to, 12 pages, illustrated. Very good condition overall, previous owner's name on top left corner of back cover. $45.00

Raymond L. Wilson, OTIS OLDFIELD EXHIBIT, Jan Holloway Gallery, San Francisco, CA, 1995. One page folded in thirds, quarto, 7 illustrations, essay, chronology, 25 pieces in show (titles, dimensions, dates, mediums). VG overall. $50.00

Van Deren Coke, FREDERICK HAMMERSLEY - A RETROSPECTIVE EXHIBITION, Art Museum, University of New Mexico, 1975. Softbound, illustrated, 4to, 16 pages. Good condition overall. Interior very clean. Museum stamp on rear cover. $80.00

Jules Langsner, introduction, NICK (NICHOLAS) BRIGANTE, American Art Review Press (privately printed), Los Angeles, California, 1975. Softbound, oblong 4to, illustrated, 10 pages. Good condition overall with typical signs of wear, light diagonal fold along right edge. $80.00

Various Authors, NICHOLAS BRIGANTE, Silvan Simone Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, 1974. Softbound, illustrated, sm quarto, 32 pages, 2 tipped-in color plates, rest of illustrations b&w. Published on the occasion of the artist's 80th birthday in LIMITED EDITION OF ONLY 250 COPIES. Contents include reprints of old exhibition catalogues, articles about the artist, bibliography, exhibition notes, more. Several lines of light pencil underlining on one page, otherwise VG condition overall. Rare. $250.00

Frank L. Horton & Carolyn J. Weekly, THE SWISEGOOD SCHOOL OF CABINETMAKING, Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, 1973. Softbound, quarto, illustrated, approximately 50 pages. G-VG condition overall. Small closed tear top edge front cover, light line of yellowing along top inch of cover, light cover bend to lower right corner of front cover. Other light signs of wear. Interior very clean, bright. Nice copy overall. $235.00

John Entenza, editor, ARTS & ARCHITECTURE MAGAZINE, 12 ISSUES, COMPLETE YEAR, JANUARY-DECEMBER 1961, John D. Entenza, Los Angeles, California, 1961. 12 separate consecutive issues loosely held in a black notebook-style binder (they can be easily removed) with Arts & Architecture embossed in gold on the front cover and spine. Issues average about 30-35 pages each. Illustrated. Condition is fair+ to good overall. Mild mildew odor, and other typical signs of wear. $675.00

Lester Beall, A GUIDE TO LESTER BEALL, A-D Gallery, New York, NY, 1945. Softbound, sm 8vo, 16 pages, illustrated. VG condition overall with only light wear. Catalogue likely also designed by Beall includes survey of work, list of awards. Rare. $185.00

Dorothy Lamoureaux, THE ARTS & CRAFTS STUDIO OF DIRK VAN ERP, San Francisco Craft & Folk Art Museum, SF, California, 1989. Softbound, illustrated, 4to, 64 pages. Near fine condition overall. Best reference on this important arts & crafts movement artist and craftsman. $150.00

No author, JAPAN DESIGN ANNUAL, Japan Design House, Tokyo, 1962. Softbound, illustrated, 16 pages (including covers). Softbound, stiff red covers, interesting metal/plastic spiral binding, 83 pages (numbered and printed only on one side), illustrated. Good condition overall with typical signs of wear. Survey of Japanese industrial design and decorative arts available for import to America. Items include ceramics, cars, scooters, transistor radio, electric appliances, more. Folding page index at rear. Listings include prices, dimensions, manufacturers. From the introductory text, it is possible that this is the first appearance of this publication. $135.00

No author, MORTON DIMONDSTEIN - RECENT SCULPTURE, Fleischer Anhalt Gallery, Los Angeles, California, 1968. Softbound, illustrated, 16 pages (including covers). Good condition overall with light bends, date stamp on front cover. Uncommon. $80.00

No author, LADD & KELSEY, ARCHITECTS, ENGINEERS AND PLANNERS, PASADENA, CALIFORNIA, Ladd & Kelsey, Pasadena, CA, circa early 1970's. Square 4to, illustrated, hardbound (beige cloth), unpaged (approximately 100 pages. G-VG condition overall with only light wear, one small spot on front cover. Projects illustrated include the Norton Simon Museum, Busch Gardens in Van Nuys, CA; 2 May Company Department Stores, Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, California Institute of the Arts. Also includes a Summary of Projects and costs of those projects. $335.00

Clarence L. Holte, editor, THE NUBIAN BABY BOOK, OUR BABY'S FIRST SEVEN YEARS, Nubian Press, Inc., New York, NY, 1971. Quarto, 64 pages, illustrated by Robert S. Pious. Very good or better condition overall. The white cover has been protected with plastic, so is in almost perfect condition. The first two pages have been sparsely filled out, but the remainder of the book is blank. Interior very clean, almost like new. $375.00

Ellen Paul Denker, THE KIRKPATRICKS' POTTERY AT ANNA, ILLINOIS, Krannert Art Museum, University of Illinois, Champagne-Urbana, IL, 1986. Oblong 4to, 32 pages, illustrated. VG overall with only light signs of wear. Interior like new. Excellently documented survey of this 19th century pottery company. $185.00

James Elliott, editor, EXPLORATIONS, NUMBER 2, SPECIAL ISSUE ON LSD, Explorations Publishing Company, Berkeley, California, 1965. Softbound, 32 pages, octavo. Articles by Myron Stolaroff, Robert E. Mogar, Frank Barron, John Aiken, Paul Kurtz. VG condition overall with only light signs of wear. Scarce early text on LSD and its effects. $300.00

John Coplans, introduction, WEST COAST, 1945-1969, Pasadena Art Museum, Pasadena, California, 1969. Portfolio, sq 4to, illustrated, containing title page, 2 page intro by Coplans, 1 page catalogue of the exhibition, contents page, and one page for each of the 25 artists in the exhibition. Modest wear to portfolio covers, particularly at corners (good condition overall). Interior pages fresh, clean, VG+. Artists include John Altoon, Billy Al Bengston, Wallace Berman, Frank Lobdell, Richard Diebenkorn, Wayne Thiebaud, Peter Voulkos, Bruce Nauman, Ed (Edward) Moses, Lorser Feitelson, Kenneth Price, Hassel Smith, Ed (Edward) Ruscha, more. $285.00

Various Authors, ARTFORUM MAGAZINE - SPECIAL ISSUE, SEPTEMBER 1966, SURREALISM, Charles Cowles, Los Angeles, CA, 1966. Softbound, illustrated, square quarto, 100 pages. Good condition overall, 2 neatly closed tears, one at left top corner of front cover, and the other at center edge of back cover. Light cover bends at corners. Interior crisp clean. The issue features a cover design by Ed Ruscha. Articles by Lucy Lippard, Max Kozloff, more. $395.00

Van Deren Coke, FREDERICK HAMMERSLEY, LA Louver Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, 1978. Wraps, sq 8vo, 12 pages, illustrated. Good-very good condition overall with only light signs of wear. Show includes paintings from 1970-78, essay by Van Deren Coke, abbreviated chronology and list of exhibitions. $90.00

Lawrence Alloway, SIX PAINTERS AND THE OBJECT, Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, New York, 1963. Softbound, tall octavo, 28 pages, illustrated. Good condition overall with light to moderate spine fade and minor rubbing mainly to rear cover. Interior clean. Limited to 3000 copies. Important early Pop Art catalogue from the Guggenheim Museum. Six artists in the show are Andy Warhol, Jim Dine, Jasper Johns, James Rosenquist, Robert Rauschenberg, Roy Lichtenstein. $385.00

Richard H. Randall Jr., AMERICAN FURNITURE IN THE MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS BOSTON, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA, 1965 Hardbound, 4to, illustrated, 276 pages,original clear plastic cover protector, slipcase. SIGNED BY AUTHOR ON FEP. Book is in fine condition, plastic protector near fine, slipcase very good. Bookplate of James Curtis Zipprich inside front cover. $285.00

No author, ROGER KUNTZ - NEW PAINTINGS AND SCULPTURE, Felix Landau Gallery, Los Angeles, California, 1964. Wraps, sm. sq. octavo, 12 pages, illustrated. Good condition overall. Figurative sculpture and paintings. $55.00

Arthur Dandelot, Maurice Emmanuel; CONCERT DE GALA AVEC LE CONCOURS DE I (IGNACE, IGNACY) PADEREWSKI, FEVRIER 23 ET 25, 1929 plus ORIGINAL PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPH OF PADEREWSKI (2 items total), Theatre des Champs-Elysees, Paris, 1929. Stiff wraps, quarto, 16 pages, illustrated, art deco style advertisements. Good overall. ORIGINAL PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPH OF PADEREWSKI LAID IN. Photograph measures approximately 8 1/4 by 6 inches. Photo is not signed or stamped. $750.00

Evangeline J. Montgomery, SARGENT JOHNSON: RETROSPECTIVE, The Oakland Museum, Oakland, California, 1971. Wraps, illustrated, 35 pages, square octavo. Very good condition overall. Interior very clean. Rare exhibition catalogue on the important African-American sculptor Sargent Johnson. Includes illustrations, essay, bibliography, list of exhibitions. $225.00

Walter A. Nelson-Rees, PAINTINGS BY SELDEN CONNOR GILE (1982) - AND - PAINTINGS BY SELDEN CONNOR GILE, VOLUME II (1983), WIM Fine Arts, Oakland, California, 1982, 1983. TWO VOLUMES, wrappers, illustrated, oblong octavo, 71 & 36 pages respectively. Very good condition overall. These are BOTH VOLUMES of the original Selden Connor Gile shows at Sohlman Art Gallery in Oakland, CA. These are RARE, and together represent the most complete reference on the art of Selden Connor Gile, the two volumes combined illustrating over 150 works of art by the artist IN COLOR. SOLD

Wanda M. Corn, THE COLOR OF MOOD, AMERICAN TONALISM, 1880-1910, M.H. de Young Memorial Museum, San Francisco, California, 1972. Wraps, square octavo, illustrated, 46 pages plus 14 pages of illustrations. Catalogue is in good condition overall however with substantial underlining on the first 9 pages, then sporadically after that, particularly toward the end. Some comments written in ink periodically, particularly toward the end of the catalogue. Neither comments or underlining affect the usability of the catalogue-- all information remains readily accessible. $185.00

Linda L. Cathcart, EDWARD RUSCHA, Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York, 1976. Wraps, oblong octavo, 40 pages, illustrated. Rubbing to front cover, interior very nice, clean. Other light signs of wear. Good-very good overall. $125.00

Joseph Albers, essay by Sheldon Nodelman, JOSEPH ALBERS, EMBOSSED LINEAR CONSTRUCTIONS, Gemini G.E.L., Los Angeles, California, 1969. Portfolio, oblong octavo. Contents include 4-page essay, order form, and maquettes (small versions), all embossed, of the eight prints in the series. Portfolio good; contents very good or better. $160.00

Yotis Skinas, VICTOR BRAUNER, Alexander Iolas, Paris, 1971. Stiff wraps, square octavo, approximately 95 pages, illustrated. Very good condition overall with only light signs of wear. No text except for dates and titles of paintings. Blindstamped colophon. #84 of 1000 copies. Printed on heavy paper. $185.00

Gordon Onslow-Ford, TOWARDS A NEW SUBJECT IN PAINTING , San Francisco Museum of Art, SF, California, 1948. Soft bound, quarto, 54 pages, illustrated. Fair to good condition overall, interior clean, nice; covers yellowed, top 3/4 inch of spine missing, small tear to bottom edge of front cover, several minor bends to cover. Limited to 1000 copies. $225.00

John Meighen, Felix Bonfils, ORIGINAL PHOTO ALBUM OF HOLY LAND, 56 PHOTOGRAPHS BY FELIX BONFILS, Likely hand assembled by John Meighen in 1913. Oblong large quarto photo album containing 56 mounted photographs by Felix Bonfils, many contemporary impressions dating from approximately 1913, some earlier albumen prints. Good condition overall. The album was likely either purchased or assembled by John Meighen to commemorate his trip to the Holy Land. Photographs are mounted to back and front of each page. Between those pages are mounted sheets of paper, about half of them containing narratives hand-written by John Meighan detailing his trip to the Holy Land, often relating to the subject matters of the individual photographs. Most photographs are in good or better condition. Some of the albumen photographs are faded. Email with any questions you might have. $1800.00

John Muir, editor, PICTURESQUE CALIFORNIA AND THE REGION WEST OF THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS FROM ALASKA TO MEXICO (VOLUME 1 ONLY), J. Dewing Publishing Company, New York and San Francisco, 1887. Folio, hard bound, 192 pages plus numerous unpaginated plates. Covers detached but in restorable condition, spine not present. Interior complete, generally clean, and in good condition considering the state of the binding. There are occasional smudges and fingerprints at page corners particularly at the front of the book, pretty much ending by the first third of the book. All plates present. Plates include numerous photogravures (photo-gravure) and SIX ORIGINAL ETCHINGS. The etchings are Half Dome View from Moran Point by Thomas Moran; Interior of California Forest by Mary Nimmo Moran; Cathedral Rocks, Yosemite by James Fagan; University of California, Berkeley by George Spiel, After a Good Day's Sport by Stephen J. Ferris; Head Waters (headwaters) of the Sacramento by James Fagan; Trinity Peaks by Julian Rix. $1750.00

No author, BLOCK PRINT CALENDAR 1943, Chicago Society of Artists, Illinois, 1943. Oblong quarto, board covers, spiral bound, 55 pages, illustrated. Good condition overall with extremity wear to front cover, isolated small check marks next to certain dates, modest pencilled math calculation on inside back cover. Artists include Emil Armin, Fritzi Brod, Ethel Spears, A. Raymond Katz, Todros Geller, Frances Foy, others. $400.00

Oskar Fischinger, FILM-FLIP, A 3-SECOND PART OF MUTOSCOPE REEL NO. 1, Elfreide Fischinger, Los Angeles, California, 1970. 12mo, approximately 150 pages, stapled stiff wrap binding, illustrated. Interior good, cover fair (one bend and a small corner chip). This is a flip book of a portion of an abstract film created by Oskar Fischinger. The book is inscribed and signed by the publisher and artist's wife, Elfriede. Certainly published in a small edition. $300.00

Robert H. Johnston, HANS CHRISTENSEN, Bevier Gallery, Rochester Institute of Technology, New York, circa 1970. Wraps, quarto, 18 pages, illustrated. Very good with light signs of wear. Christensen worked under Georg Jensen in the mid- 1940's/mid- 1950's (10 years) and came to America in 1954. $85.00

Tony Shafrazi, MOOGAMBO, Tony Shafrazi, No location (New York City), 1976. Wraps, 19 pages. Softbound, large quarto, approximately 50 pages, illustrated. Good condition overall; covers lightly rubbed. Limited to 1000 copies. $275.00

R.N. DeArmond, Editor, THE ALASKA JOURNAL, HISTORY AND ARTS OF THE NORTH - QUARTERLY, VOLUME 1, NUMBER 1 THROUGH VOLUME 2, NUMBER 2 (FIRST SIX ISSUES), Softbound, quarto, approximately 65 pages per issue. Good condition overall with typical signs of wear. (Also available are Volume 3, Nos. 1 & 2; Volume 4, Nos. 1, 2 &4; Volume 5, No. 1. Odd issues are $15 each except for Volume 4, No. 1 which is $50. This issue contains a feature titled "The Billiken" and one on Fred Machetanz, both well illustrated.) $120.00

Jermayne MacAgy, CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN PAINTING, California Palace of the Legion of Honor, San Francisco, 1945. Wraps, 19 pages. Fair/good condition overall with typical signs of wear, ex-library, several library stamps. Significant show of contemporary American art with decent participation by California artists. $110.00

Thomas Carr Howe, Jr., Jermayne MacAgy, 2ND (SECOND) ANNUAL EXHIBITION OF PAINTING, California Palace of the Legion of Honor, San Francisco, 1948. Stiff wraps, illustrated, 47 pages. Stiff wraps, illustrated, 47 pages. Good/very good condition overall with light wear, previous owner's name (SF artist Clyde Seavey) inside front cover. Significant show of contemporary American art, heavy on California artists. $125.00

Alfred Frankenstein, FIRST SPRING ANNUAL EXHIBITION, California Palace of the Legion of Honor, San Francisco, 1946. Wraps, illustrated, 36 pages. Good/very good condition overall with light wear, several pencil marks on back cover. Significant show of contemporary American art, heavy on California artists. $125.00

Various authors, INDIAN PAINTING TODAY 1981, Jehangir Art Gallery, Bombay (Mumbai), India, 1981. Hardbound, octavo, dust jacket, illustrated (color plates of art tipped-in), 77 pages. Very good overall with light signs of wear. SIGNED AND DATED BY M.F. HUSAIN, POSTCARD-SIZE PHOTOGRAPH OF HUSAIN LAID IN. Artists include Paritosh Sen, M.F. Husain, Shanti Dave, Sunil Das, V.S. Gaitonde, Ram Kumar, N.S. Bendre, Paramjit Singh, Jehangir Sabavala, Bikash Bhattacharjee, more. Each entry includes brief bio, essay, portrait of artist, one tipped-in illustration in color of art. $375.00

Zetti E. Spreafico, OREFICERIA, METALLI, PIETRE, MARMI, LEGNI, PELLI, MATERIE PLASTICHE A LA 9TH TRIENNALE DI MILANO, Editoriale Domus, Milan, Italy, 1952. Softbound, octavo, illustrated, 122 pages. Good/very good condition overall with light signs of wear. Survey of contemporary decorative arts including clay, metal sculpture, jewelers arts, wood carving, bas relief, more. $210.00

Zetti E. Spreafico, AMBIENTI ARREDATI A LA 9TH TRIENNALE DI MILANO, Editoriale Domus, Milan, Italy, 1954. Softbound, octavo, illustrated, 114 pages. Very good condition overall with only light signs of wear. International survey of modern interiors and interior environments with designers often noted. Names include Finn Juhl, Hans Wegner, Borge Mogensen, Robin Day, Max Bill, Molgaard Nielsen, many more. $235.00

Cini Boeri & Carlo Pagani, QUADERNI DI DOMUS - LE TENDE NELLA CASA, Editoriale Domus, Milan (Milano), Italy, 1952. Stiff wraps, dust jacket, 100 pages, illustrated. Good condition overall, typical signs of wear. Interior clean, light fraying to edges of dust jacket. Pencil monogram on title page, ink architectural sketch on inside back cover. Curtain and curtain wall design, from interior and exterior perspectives; some traditional, most modern. $175.00

Hilde Reiss, editor, EVERYDAY ART QUARTERLY, A GUIDE TO WELL DESIGNED PRODUCTS, NUMBER 14, SPRING 1950, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Issue Number 14. Softbound, illustrated, 16 pages. Good condition overall with typical signs of wear. Feature on useful objects like glass, ceramic, metal; feature on Alvin Lustig; also product review. $65.00

Multiple authors, ARTS OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA - III: ART IN FILM, Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, CA, 1958. Softbound, illustrated, 45 pages. Good condition overall with typical signs of wear. Interior clean. Artists include Preston Ames, Malcom Brown, Ed Carfagno, Randall duell, Mel Kaplan, Merle Pie, Maurice Ransford, more. $90.00

No author, ELEVENTH NATIONAL CERAMIC EXHIBITION, Syracuse Museum of Fine Arts, Syracuse, New York, 1946. Softbound, sm. quarto, 32 pages, illustrated. Cover signed by one of the prizewinners of the exhibition, Eileen and Rossi Reynolds. Small clipping of prizewinners laid in. Good overall, interior clean. $125.00

No author, TWELFTH NATIONAL CERAMIC EXHIBITION, Syracuse Museum of Fine Arts, Syracuse, New York, 1947. Softbound, sm. quarto, 40 pages, illustrated. Good overall with typical signs of wear, interior clean. $125.00

No author, THIRTEENTH NATIONAL CERAMIC EXHIBITION, Syracuse Museum of Fine Arts, Syracuse, New York, 1948. Softbound, sm. quarto, 40 pages, illustrated. Good overall with typical signs of wear, interior clean. $125.00

No author, A DECADE OF CALIFORNIA COLOR, 1960-1970, The Pace Gallery, New York, NY, November 7-25, 1970. Illustrated portfolio wraps containing fourteen sheets, one for each artist in the show, each artist pictured on his respective sheet, and a title page. VG overall with light wear. Artists are from Los Angeles area and include Ed Ruscha, Ed Moses, Kenneth Price, Billy Al Bengston, Fred Eversley, Larry Bell, Patrick Hogan, Craig Kauffman, Charles Arnoldi, Robert Irwin, John McCracken, Peter Alexander, Dewain Valentine. $215.00

Sebastian Adler, introduction, JOHN MCLAUGHLIN, RECENT PAINTINGS, Andre Emmerich Gallery, New York, NY, 1974. Oblong quarto, stiff wraps, 6 pages, illustrated, very good condition overall, includes brief bio of the artist. John McLaughlin was one of the four Southern California abstract classicists. $50.00

Merle Schipper, KARL BENJAMIN, PAINTINGS FROM THE FIFTIES, Art Gallery, Seaver College, Pepperdine University, Malibu, California, 1981. Oblong quarto, softbound, 18 pages, illustrated. Very good condition overall. Karl Benjamin was one of the four Southern California abstract classicists. $95.00

No author, PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY, PROPERTIES OWNED AND OPERATED, TERRITORY SERVED; FINANCES, HISTORY, STATISTICS, Pacific Gas and Electric, No city (Probably San Francisco), CA, 1911. Sm. oblong quarto, blue-gray paper covered boards with navy lettering, 270 pages, illustrated, fold-out MAP. VG+ overall, interior NF, boards lightly shaken, fragile paper hinge beginning to separate on front board. Other light signs of wear to covers. Previous owner's bookplate inside front cover. There is a one-inch diagonal tear to the left edge of the map, not affecting image. An exceptionally nice copy of a very fragile and uncommon book. The book contains hundreds of photographs, all identified, of properties owned, operated, and served by PG&E including power houses, substations, warehouses, storage tanks, high rises, building complexes, etc, etc. both urban and rural. $600.00

Paul Vogt, others, SUBJEKTIVE FOTOGRAFIE, IMAGES OF THE 50'S, Fotografische Sammlung im Museum Folkwang, Essen, Germany, 1984. Scarce English edition. 174 pages, 4to, stiff wraps, illustrated. Good condition overall with corner bend far top right front cover, spine slightly cocked, other typical light signs of wear, interior very clean. $285.00

Jules Perahim, Vasile Kazar, Mircea Popescu, Mircea Deac, Dan Baran, editors, MILITANT GRAPHIC ART IN RUMANIA (ROMANIA), Meridiane Publishing House, Bucharest, 1963. Large quarto, 336 pages, illustrated, some tipped-in color plates, dustjacket, slipcase. Survey includes 394 illustrations, brief biographies of artists. Materials illustrated date from 1848 - circa 1961; most from 1921 - circa 1961. An exceptional copy of a book that appears to be rare in the marketplace. OCLC locates 5 copies. $845.00

No author, THE BUEGELEISEN & JACOBSON COUNTER BOOK OF CERTIFIED MUSICAL MERCHANDISE, Buegeleisen & Jacobson, New York, circa 1940's. Stiff wraps, quarto, illustrated, 242 pages plus additional pages offering various sheet music. Very extensive trade catalogue of musical instruments and accessories including a selection of early electric guitars and amplifiers. Good condition overall with light signs of wear. Interior clean. Tip of spine from someone pulling it off a shelf by the top of the spine. $235.00

Basil Taylor, introduction; CHARLES HOWARD, CATALOGUE OF AN EXHIBITION OF PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS, Whitechapel Art Gallery, London, 1956. Wraps, illustrated, 22 pages of text plus about 20 additional pages of illustrations. Very good condition overall with minor signs of wear to cover, several light pencil underlinings. Otherwise, interior very clean; lightly used. Excellent early reference on the artist. $165.00

Various authors, MINOTAURE NO. 5, Editions Albert Skira, Paris, 1934. Wraps, illustrated. Cover illustration by Francisco Bores, dance photographsy by Man Ray, additional photography article by Andre Breton with illustrations by Man Ray and Brassai, etc. Binding very loose, spine only about half present, small chip and several minor scratches to cover, interior clean. $325.00

Various authors, ARTS ET METIERS GRAPHIQUES PARIS, NUMBER 68, May 1939, Arts et Metiers Graphiques, Paris, 1939. Wraps, illustrated. Contains a linoleum cut by Henri Matisse printed on special paper, a fold-out woodcut by G. Lespinasse, a sample plate of a Jacques Makowsky decorative wrapper printed on "metal paper," and a Libis portrait of a woman printed in six colors by Makowsky, done for l'Oreal. Condition of magazine and prints is very good. Other early issues available. Please email with inquiries. $525.00

Various authors, ARTS ET METIERS GRAPHIQUES PARIS, NUMBER 50, December 1935, Arts et Metiers Graphiques, Paris, 1935. Wraps, illustrated. Contains a tipped-in fold out affiche of a Dubonnet A. M. Cassandre, printed by Courbet, tipped-in fold out brochure for Air France designed by Troy (foldout shows a cutaway interior of the plane), a tipped-in Marcel Natkin presentation page, a 4-page metallic Hymne de l'Imprimerie au Roy is laid in (several pages of the hymn are worn at one or two edge extremitiess). Condition is fair to good, chip at base of spine, prints are VG. Other early issues available. Please email with inquiries. $875.00

Various authors, ARTS ET METIERS GRAPHIQUES PARIS, NUMBER 6, July 1928, Arts et Metiers Graphiques, Paris, 1928. Wraps, illustrated. Contains a tipped-in affiche of a poster for LMS Best Way by A. Mouron Cassandre, printed by Courbet, an original aquatint by Alexeieff titled l'Oiseau, a tipped-in page specimen printed in "Futura" type face. Important French fine and commercial arts magazine. Spine reinforced, several rubber stamps of a previous owner, exterior condition fair plus. Condition of prints is VG. Other early issues available. Please email with inquiries. $475.00

No author, JEANNETTE MAXFIELD LEWIS, 1894-1982, Jan Holloway Gallery, San Francisco, CA, 1989. Softbound, illustrated, octavo, 8 pages, VG+ overall, interior very clean. Uncommon. $45.00

Paul Mills, CONTEMPORARY BAY AREA FIGURATIVE PAINTING, Oakland Art Museum, Oakland CA, 1957. Softbound, illustrated, 24 pages, octavo, good overall with minor signs of wear to cover, interior very clean. Limited to 1000 copies. Laid in is a one-page typed letter from UC Berkeley Chancellor Glenn T. Seaborg to Walter Snelgrove asking to purchase a painting (yet to be painted), and stating that he is enclosing payment in advance of $250. Historically significant and desirable Oakland Museum show catalogue with an interesting associated letter. Snelgrove was one of the artists in the show. Very scarce. $300.00

Giuseppe Cantagalli, CANTAGALLI MAJOLICHE PER RIVESTIMENTI E DECORAZIONI EDILIZIE, Instituto Italiano d'Arti Grafiche, Bergamo, circa 1910. Boards, string tie, octavo, 25 color plates, good overall, interior very clean. 25 chromolithographic plates of majolica tile designs, most plates with 6 separate designs, some plates with more. Plates printed on front of each page; back of each page blank. $325.00

Bonny B. Saulnier, JAMES WEEKS, Rose Museum, Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts, 1978. Softbound, illustrated, large octavo, 80 pages, VG+ overall, interior very clean. Superior copy of a scarce catalogue. $165.00

John Humphrey, JAMES WEEKS, San Francisco Museum of Art, SF, CA July 3-August 3, 1965. Softbound, illustrated, octavo, 12 pages, G-VG overall with light signs of wear. Very scarce. $110.00

No author, PAINTINGS, WATERCOLORS, AND DRAWINGS BY GEORGE B. LUKS, PROPERTY OF HIS ESTATE SOLD BY ORDER OF WILLIAM D. LUKS, EXECUTOR, Parke-Bernet Galleries, Inc. New York, NY, April 5, 1950. Softbound, illustrated, 37 pgs, 90 works of art listed. VG overall, interior very clean. Light musty odor. Very scarce. $145.00

Clyde Forsythe (an appreciation), EXHIBITION OF PAINTINGS BY F. (FRANK) TENNEY JOHNSON, N.A., 1874-1939, Biltmore Salon, Biltmore Hotel, Los Angeles, California, 1941. Softbound, sm. octavo, green textured covers, 8 pages, 3 illustrations, 27 paintings listed. VG condition overall. Very scarce. $105.00

Pierre Naville, Benjamin Peret, Directors, LA REVOLUTION SURREALISTE (Arno Reprint Edition), Arno Press, New York, circa 1970. Hardbound, illustrated, approximately 300-400 pages. Very Good condition with only light signs of wear. This is a REPRINT of the complete 12 issue run of La Revolution Surrealiste magazine, originally published from 1924-1929 in Paris, France. This volume is also known as Arno Reprint Series of Contemporary Art No. 3. $500.00

John Entenza, editor, ARTS & ARCHITECTURE, OCTOBER 1949, VOLUME 66 #10, John D. Entenza, Los Angeles, California, 1949. Softbound, illustrated, large quarto, 50 pages. Covers show wear, some fraying to spine, light water stain in lower margin and along lower spine on first page (not affecting text or illustrations), interior otherwise clean. Four page illustrated article Furniture Showroom by Charles Eames -- the Los Angeles showroom, the first Herman Miller showroom on the West Coast. Also articles on Richard Neutra, Craig Ellwood and an article by Claire Falkenstein. Plus other articles. $210.00

Royal Cortissoz, ABBOTT H. THAYER MEMORIAL EXHIBITION (MEMORIAL EXHIBITION OF THE WORK OF ABBOTT HENDERSON THAYER), Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, 1922. Softbound, octavo, approximately 90 pages, illustrated. Fair condition with edgewear to spine and covers, some corner page bends and other minor bends, other typical signs of wear. Interior clean. This copy INSCRIBED on front cover BY THAYER'S SON, Gerald H. Thayer. $325.00

Betty Turnbull, DAVID PARK, 1911-1960, A RETROSPECTIVE EXHIBITION, Newport Harbor Art Museum, Newport Beach, CA, 1977. Quarto, stiff wraps, approximately 60 pages, illustrated. Very good condition overall. First major retrospective on the artist. Perhaps the most important artist affiliated with the Bay Area Figurative school of painting. One-page essay by Terry St. John about the show laid in. $320.00

Wolfgang Paalen, DYNATON 1951, A LONG ESSAY ON A NEW CONCEPT OF REALITY, San Francisco Museum of Art, SF, CA, 1951. THIS IS THE PROMOTIONAL FLIER AND ORDER FORM FOR THE BOOK (NOT THE ACTUAL BOOK). One page folded into three sections and then folded into three sections again-- designed to fit into an envelope. Very good condition. Contains exerpts from the book, three illustrations, table of contents, ordering instructions, and other miscellaneous details. Illustrations by Lee Mullican, Wolfgang Paalen, and Gordon Onslow-Ford. $90.00

Kenneth B. Sawyer, RECENT OILS BY WILLEM DE KOONING, Martha Jackson Gallery, NY, 1955. Wraps, 8 pages, illustrated. 4th one person show at a gallery, the first with Martha Jackson. Showed 14 paintings and 7 drawings-- most of women. Scarce early show catalogue. VG condition with only light signs of wear. $150.00

Rev. H. A. Henry (Rabbi Henry A. Henry), A SYNOPSIS OF JEWISH HISTORY FROM THE RETURN OF THE JEWS FROM THE BABYLONISH CAPTIVITY, TO THE DAYS OF HEROD THE GREAT, Towne & Bacon, San Francisco, CA, 1859, Hardcover. Sm. Octavo, pressed decorative green cloth binding, title and author's last name in pressed gold lettering on front cover; vii, 187 pp. Yellowing to front and rear free endpapers plus several pencilled numerical notations (fep and front pastedown), light bends periodically along edges of covers, other minor cover wear, interior clean, light periodic page bends, overall good. Henry A. Henry was the first Rabbi of San Francisco's first temple, Congregation Sherith Israel. Rare. $2000.00

L. Clarice Davis, PETER VOULKOS SCULPTURE, Los Angeles County Museum, Los Angeles, CA, 1965 Softbound, large square quarto, illustrated, 16 pages. Fair/good overall. Limited to 1000 copies. Corner bends to covers, chip along base of rear cover and also a one-inch tear. Interior clean. $110.00

Clement Greenberg, POST PAINTERLY ABSTRACTION, Los Angeles County Museum, Los Angeles, CA, 1964 Spiral bound, oblong, illustrated, approximately 75 pages. VG overall. Artists include Emerson Woelffer, Mason Wells, Frank Stella, Albert Stadler, Ludwig Sander, Raymond Parker, Jules Olitski, Kenneth Noland, Morris Louis, Ellsworth Kelly, Sam Francis, more. $110.00

David Berreth, Sterling Cook, ANNETTE COVINGTON: PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS, Miami University Art Museum, Oxford, Ohio, 1982 Softbound, illustrated, octavo, 52 pages. Good to very good condition overall. Interior clean. LIMITED TO ONLY 500 COPIES. $100.00

Donald Brewer, Norman L. Rice, EDGAR EWING, University of Southern California Galleries, Los Angeles, 1978 Softbound, illustrated, approximately 60 pages. Good overall with only light signs of wear. Numerous illustrations. Donors list laid in. Best reference on the artist. $90.00

Edgar M. Howell, HARVEY DUNN, PAINTER OF PIONEERS; MONTANA HERITAGE SERIES, NUMBER 15, Montana Historical Society, Helena, circa 1966 Softbound, illustrated, quarto, approximately 20 pages. Good condition. $50.00

Edmond Reuel Smith, THE JOHN D. BARROW ART GALLERY AT SKANEATELES, NEW YORK CATALOGUE, Skaneateles Library Association, Skaneateles, New York, 1908 Sm. octavo, flexible cloth binding, 57 pages, portrait illustration of the artist. Wear to top, bottom extremities of spine, interior clean, pencilled notations on inside front and back covers including previous owner's name (can be erased). Fair-good overall. Book concerns donation of this artist's paintings to the Skaneateles Library. Text includes poetry and quotes from various poems. 318 works of art catalogued. $150.00

Forrest Fenn, RALPH ALBERT (R. A.) BLAKELOCK, Fenn Galleries, Ltd., Santa Fe, New Mexico, 1977 Softbound, octavo, illustrated, approximately 6 pages. Fair to good condition overall with light wear, light bends. Interior clean. $45.00

Gunnar Bratvold, Editor, MOBILIA, MARCH 1957, VOL. 23, NO. 3; JOURNAL OF THE ASSOCIATION OF FURNITURE MANUFACTURERS IN DENMARK, Eriksholm, Snekkersten, Denmark, Dansk, 1957 Softbound, quarto, illustrated, 49 pages plus 40 pages of advertisements. Good minus overall, spine slightly cocked, some rubbing to covers, interior clean. Large illustrated article on the furniture of Poul M. Volther (Poul Volther), chair by Preben Thorsen, Swedish furniture fair review, chair by Peter Hjort. Text in Danish and English. Excellent modern furniture reference. $200.00

Hazel Bray, introduction, CALIFORNIA CERAMICS AND GLASS, 1974, Oakland Museum, Oakland, CA, 1974 Softbound, square octavo, illustrated, approximately 60 pages. Very good condition overall, light wear, interior clean. Minor foxing to white covers. Excellent reference that includes names of exhibitors, street and city addresses, and short biographical summaries of their careers. $85.00

Henry T. Hopkins, FIFTY PAINTINGS BY THIRTY-SEVEN PAINTERS OF THE LOS ANGELES AREA, UCLA Art Galleries, Los Angeles, circa 1960 Softbound, illustrated, approximately 20 pages. Short bios. Artists include Edward Kienholz, Craig Kauffman, John Altoon, Robert Irwin, James Jarvaise, Jack Hooper, Oakar Fischinger, Peter Voulkos, Ary Arlon, more. $80.00

Herman Baron, introduction, DAVID BURLIUK, ACA (A.C.A.) Galleries, New York, circa 1948 Softbound, 12mo, illustrated, approximately 32 pages. Fair to good condition overall with several light bends and extremity wear to cover. Interior clean. Uncommon. $60.00

Inez Robb, ORVILLE BULMAN, RECENT PAINTINGS, Grand Central Art Galleries, New York, 1957 Softbound, octavo, illustrated, approximately 12 pages. Fair to good condition overall with typical signs of wear. Interior clean. Interesting as an American who owned two companies, but also painted, loved Haiti, and painted in Haitian artist style-- during the very formative years of the Haitian art movement. Uncommon. $50.00

John Coplans, others, ASSEMBLAGE IN CALIFORNIA, Art Gallery, University of California, Irvine, 1968 Softbound, illustrated, 59 pages. VG overall. Artists include Wallace Berman, Edward Kienholz, George Herms, Bruce Conner, Fred Mason, Ben Talbert. Limited to 1000 copies. $90.00

John I. H. Baur, THEODORE ROBINSON 1852-1896, The Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, New York, 1946 Softbound, illustrated, octavo, 95 pages. Good condition overall with light soiling to covers, light page bends, and other typical signs of wear. Interior clean. The definitive reference on the artist. Catalogue raisonne. $250.00

John I. H. Baur, THEODORE ROBINSON 1852-1896, The Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, New York, 1946 Softbound, illustrated, octavo, 95 pages. Fair condition overall with light spotting to front cover, light dampstaining and rippling to the top margin of some pages, particularly to several of the illustrations. Interior clean otherwise; other typical signs of wear. The definitive reference on the artist. Catalogue raisonne. $175.00

Kynaston L. McShine Editor, INFORMATION, Museum of Modern Art MOMA, New York, 1970 Softbound, green covers, 207 pages, illustrated, quarto. Good condition overall with light edgewear to covers and edges of sping, other light signs of wear. Interior clean, binding tight, spine solid and intact. Artists include Yoko Ono, Dennis Oppenheim, Adrian Piper, John Baldessari, George Brecht, Joseph Beuys, Mel Bochner, Vito Acconci, Carl Andre, Jan Dibbets, Hans Haacke, Douglas Huebler, Barry Flanagan, Ed Ruscha, Ettore Sottsass, Bernar Venet, Jeff Wall, many more. $335.00

Lawrence Alloway, SIX (6) MORE, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, 1963 Softbound, octavo, illustrated, approximately 20 pages. Very good condition overall, interior clean. Early West Coast Pop Art catalogue. Artists include Mel (Melvin) Ramos, Wayne Thiebaud, Billy Al Bengston, Joe (Joseph) Goode, Edward (Ed) Ruscha, Phillip Hefferton. $95.00

Lorenz Eitner, CURRENT PAINTING AND SCULPTURE OF THE BAY AREA, Stanford University Museum, Stanford, CA, 1964 Softbound, illustrated, approximately 35 pages. Good overall. Artists include Wayne Thiebaud, Stephen de Staebler, Harold Paris, Wally Hedrick, William Wiley, Joan Brown, Elmer Bischoff, Nathan Oliveira, Manuel Neri. $75.00

Margaret Stainer, AGNES PELTON, Ohlone College Art Gallery, Fremont, CA, 1989 Softbound, illustrated, 39 pages. VG overall. SIGNED by Margaret Stainer-- author. $125.00

No author, HANDMADE PAPERS OF JAPAN, Intercontinental Inspection Services Ltd., Tokyo, circa 1960 Softbound, octavo, string ties, 57 tipped-in samples of paper with information about each paper including its origin, price per sheet, sheet size, and name. Cover and pages are lightly bent toward the upper and lower front corners, light spine fade. Good condition overall; binding tight. Paper samples are all in perfect condition. $850.00

Pearl S. Buck, foreward, EXHIBITION OF WATERCOLORS BY CHEN CHI, OCTOBER 16 TO 27, 1956, Grand Central Art Galleries, Inc., New York, 1956 Softbound, illustrated, sm. octavo, approximately 20 pages. Good condition overall with several light bends. Interior clean. Uncommon. $75.00

Porter Butts, THE ART EXPERIENCE OF THE MIDDLE WEST FRONTIER, ART IN WISCONSIN, INCLUDING THE CATALOGUE OF THE 1936 WISCONSIN CENTENNIAL ART EXHIBITION, Madison Art Association, Madison, Wisconsin, 1936 Softbound, octavo, illustrated, 213 pages. Wear to covers, considerable wear to spine which is missing top and bottom extremities. 1/4 inch tear to edge of front cover and fep, other signs of wear including some page corner bends toward the end of the book, none affecting text or illustrations, pages yellowed. Condition fair. Interior is very nice, clean; binding tight. SOLD

Richard J. Boyle, ROBERT F. BLUM, A RETROSPECTIVE EXHIBITION, 1857-1903, The Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1966 Softbound, octavo, illustrated, 28 pages. Very good condition. Interior clean. 180 works listed. $90.00

Van Deren Coke, KENNETH M. ADAMS, 1897-1966, Western Art Gallery, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 1972 Softbound, octavo, illustrated, 38 pages. Very good condition. Interior clean. Good reference on the artist. $90.00

no author, HIGHTON HART & COLLEY GRILLES (GRILLS) & REGISTERS, Wm. Highton & Sons, Division of Hart & Colley Mfg. Co., New Britain, Connecticut, 1929 Softbound, quarto, illustrated, 48 pages. Good condition overall, interior clean. Very nice selection of grilles and grill designs with model names, numbers, prices, sizes, available metals. $150.00

A. Mervyn Davies, SOLON H. BORGLUM, A MAN WHO STANDS ALONE, A BIOGRAPHY, Pequot Press, Chester, Connecticut, 1974 Hardbound, dustjacket, 285 pages, illustrated. List of sculptures by the artist. Best reference on the artist. VG+ in a VG dustjacket with light wear. SIGNED BY AUTHOR. $330.00

Alan S. Bamberger, THE ART OF BUYING ART, Gordon's Art Reference, Phoenix, 2002 Softbound, octavo, 263 pages. New, SIGNED BY AUTHOR. Excellent reference for buying, selling, collecting, appraising, pricing, researching art. $22.95

Alan S. Bamberger, THE ART OF BUYING ART, Gordon's Art Reference, Phoenix, 2002 Softbound, octavo, 263 pages. New, SIGNED BY AUTHOR. Excellent reference for buying, selling, collecting, appraising, pricing, researching art. $22.95

Alan S. Bamberger, THE ART OF BUYING ART, Gordon's Art Reference, Phoenix, 2002 Softbound, octavo, 263 pages. New, SIGNED BY AUTHOR. Excellent reference for buying, selling, collecting, appraising, pricing, researching art. $22.95

Alan S. Bamberger, THE ART OF BUYING ART, Gordon's Art Reference, Phoenix, 2002 Softbound, octavo, 263 pages. New, SIGNED BY AUTHOR. Excellent reference for buying, selling, collecting, appraising, pricing, researching art. $22.95

Alan S. Bamberger, THE ART OF BUYING ART, Gordon's Art Reference, Phoenix, 2002 Softbound, octavo, 263 pages. New, SIGNED BY AUTHOR. Excellent reference for buying, selling, collecting, appraising, pricing, researching art. $22.95

Alfonz Lengyel, THE LIFE AND ART OF ALEXANDER FINTA, HUNGARIAN-AMERICAN SCULPTOR, Hungarian Reformed Federation of America, Washington, D.C., 1964 Softbound, illustrated, 74 pages, octavo. Good overall with light wear. Only monograph on this sculptor. Rare. $150.00

Alfonz Lengyel, THE QUATTROCENTO, A STUDY OF THE PRINCIPLES OF ART AND A CHRONOLOGICAL BIOGRAPHY OF THE ITALIAN 1400'S, Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company, Dubuque, Iowa, 1971 Softbound, octavo, 208 pages. Very good condition with light wear to covers. Good biographic and bibliography reference with biographies of all the major artists and architects of the period. $100.00

Allan Temko, HASSEL SMITH, PAINTINGS, 1954-1975, San Francisco Museum of Art, San Francisco, 1975 Softbound, illustrated, quarto, 16 pages. Good overall with typical signs of wear, light lower front corner bump, shadow of sticker removed from upper right front cover. Interior clean. $80.00

Amanda Jones, editor, ANTIQUES & (AND) FINE ART (MAGAZINE, VARIOUS ISSUES), Fine Arts Publishing, San Jose, November/December 1991 issue Softbound, illustrated, 144 pages. Good with minor signs of wear, interior clean. Numerous issues of this magazine, including complete years, are also in stock, priced at $25 per issue. Please inquire. $25.00

Betty Turnbull, THE LAST TIME I SAW FERUS, 1957-1966, Newport Harbor Art Museum, Newport Beach, 1976 Softbound, illustrated, approximately 70 pages. Good condition with light wear, interior clean, small tear to top edge of front cover (approximately 1/4 inch), other typical minor signs of wear. Best reference on influential Ferus Gallery in Los Angeles. SOLD

Charles Prentiss, Nikki Silva, ART AND ARTISTS IN SANTA CRUZ, A HISTORIC SURVEY, Santa Cruz City Museum, Santa Cruz, California, 1973 Softbound, illustrated, sm. quarto, 28 pages. Good overall with typical signs of wear, minor underlining (artist names) and several check marks, not affecting text or illustrations. Scarce. $80.00

David Berreth, Sterling Cook, ANNETTE COVINGTON: PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS, Miami University Art Museum, Oxford, Ohio, 1982 Softbound, illustrated, octavo, 52 pages. Good to very good condition overall. Interior clean. LIMITED TO ONLY 500 COPIES. $100.00

David Travers, editor, ARTS & ARCHITECTURE (CALIFORNIA ARTS AND ARCHITECTURE); 1966 COMPLETE YEAR; 12 ISSUES BOUND., Arts & Architecture, Los Angeles, 1966 Complete year of 1966, 12 issues, with covers, bound in a red buckram library binding. Ex-library, library stamps on cover of each issue. Fair to good condition overall. Interiors clean. Some light dampstaining along top edge of last pages of last issue. Articles on Fulvio Raboni, Herbert Ohl, Craig Ellwood, Lusk and Wallace, Leonardo Ricci, Frederick Emmons, A. Quincy Jones, Hugh Stubbins, John Follis, etc, etc, etc. $350.00

Dr. Lubos Jerabek, STARY ZIDOVSKY HRBITOV PRAZSKY, Tiskem Edvarda Leschingra, Nakladatel B. Koci, Frantiskovo Nabrezi, Praze, Prague, 1903 Hardbound, quarto, illustrated, 40 pages of text with approximately 20 pages of photographic illustrations, color photography photograph immediately following title page, possibly by Vacslava Jansky. Good condition overall, light spotting to title page, interior clean, other light signs of wear. Rare. $600.00

Edgar M. Howell, HARVEY DUNN, PAINTER OF PIONEERS; MONTANA HERITAGE SERIES, NUMBER 15, Montana Historical Society, Helena, circa 1966 Softbound, illustrated, quarto, approximately 20 pages. Good condition. $50.00

Elizabeth de Veer and Richard J. Boyle, SUNLIGHT AND SHADOW, THE LIFE AND ART OF WILLARD L. METCALF, Abbeville Press for Boston University, NY, 1987 Folio, dustjacket, 280 pages, illustrated. First edition. VG jacket; VG+ book. Light signs of wear, interior fresh, clean. The definitive monograph on Metcalf. Previous owner's rubber stamp on inside front cover. $425.00

Forrest Fenn, RALPH ALBERT (R. A.) BLAKELOCK, Fenn Galleries, Ltd., Santa Fe, New Mexico, 1977 Softbound, octavo, illustrated, approximately 6 pages. Fair to good condition overall with light wear, light bends. Interior clean. $45.00

Frank Perls, DAPHNIS AND CHLOE, A LOVE STORY TOLD IN FORTY-TWO LEGENDS AS ILLUSTRATED BY MARC CHAGALL IN HIS FORTY-TWO SIGNED AND NUMBERED COLOR LITHOGRAPHS, Frank Perls, Art Dealer, Gallery, Beverly Hills, CA, 1966 Softbound, octavo, 18 pages, numbered 88/500 copies. Good overall with typical signs of wear. Catalogue for a show of all 42 of the signed numbered Chagall lithographs at the Perls Gallery. Includes the text explaining each lithograph, and an introduction by Perls. Scarce association item. $100.00

Frederick James Gregg, introduction, INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION OF MODERN ART, NEW YORK, 1913, Association of American Painters and Sculptors, Inc., New York, 1913 Softbound, tall sm. octavo, 105 pages plus several pages of advertising. Good condition overall with light wrinkling to covers, light discoloration. Interior clean. Generally accepted by art historians as the formal introduction of modern art to America. $2450.00

Gerald Nordland, RUTH ASAWA, A RETROSPECTIVE VIEW, San Francisco Museum of Art, San Francisco, 1973 Softbound, illustrated, approximately 30 pages. Good/very good condition with only light wear, interior clean. Includes illustrations of her very collectible wire sculptures. SOLD

Greg Saffell, editor, publisher, ART OF CALIFORNIA (MAGAZINE, VARIOUS ISSUES), Art Institute of California, Napa, July 1991 Issue Softbound, illustrated, 66 pages. Good with minor signs of wear, interior clean. Numerous individual issues of this magazine, including complete years, are also available at the price of $30 per issue. Please inquire. $30.00

Harley Earl introduction, STYLING, THE LOOK OF THINGS, PRODUCED WITH THE COOPERATION AND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE OF THE GENERAL MOTORS STYLING STAFF, General Motors Corporation, Detroit, Michigan, circa 1955 Softbound, illustrated, oblong quarto, approximately 60 pages. Very good overall with only light wear; interior clean. A fine example of graphic design and layout of the period, incorporating not only heyday Detroit automotive design, but design in general. $175.00

Harvey Jones, John Kelsey, CALIFORNIA WOODWORKING, AN EXHIBITION OF CONTEMPORARY HANDCRAFTED FURNITURE, Oakland Museum, Oakland, 1980 Softbound, sm. folio, 16 pages, illustrated. Good overall. Artists include Eric Hansen, Sam Maloof, Don Braden, Garry Bennett, John Nyquist, Alan Marks, Martha Rising, Jim Bacigalupi, John Snidecor, Michael Chinn, Michael Graham, others. $75.00

Herman Baron, introduction, DAVID BURLIUK, ACA (A.C.A.) Galleries, New York, circa 1948 Softbound, 12mo, illustrated, approximately 32 pages. Fair to good condition overall with several light bends and extremity wear to cover. Interior clean. Uncommon. $60.00

Hjalmar Svensson, Albert Engstrom, Herman Seldener, others, MINNESALBUM OVER DODERHULTARN OCH HANS KONST, Oskarshamns, Bladets Boktryckeri, 1928 Hardbound, 112 pages, illustrated. Survey of woodcarvers in Scandanavia. Book is in fair condition only. Several newspaper articles about wood carving glued inside front cover and to front and back of title page. Several pages were stuck together in small places, only very slightly affecting text, several pages have small margin tears, other signs of wear. Book is an excellent reference on wood carving and the wood carvers art with many illustrations of carvings as well as of the artists. $235.00

Inez Robb, ORVILLE BULMAN, RECENT PAINTINGS, Grand Central Art Galleries, New York, 1957 Softbound, octavo, illustrated, approximately 12 pages. Fair to good condition overall with typical signs of wear. Interior clean. Interesting as an American who owned two companies, but also painted, loved Haiti, and painted in Haitian artist style-- during the very formative years of the Haitian art movement. Uncommon. $50.00

Insho Domoto, DOMOTO MUSEUM OF FINE ART, Domoto Art Museum, Kyoto, 1966 Large quarto, stiff silver wraps, approximately 30 pages, illustrated (color and black and white). The innaugural brochure for the museum which opened in 1966, commemorating its completion. Very good condition with light wear, clean interior. Also laid in is the catalogue- 2nd EXHIBITION OF INSHO DOMOTO (1967)- one page folded in thirds. Also laid in is a postcard of an Insho Domoto painting. Also a 1-page typed letter on hand made rice paper, SIGNED BY INSHO DOMOTO, dated 1967, talking about the completion of the museum and gifting a copy of the catalogue to the recipient. 4 pieces in all. All very good. $220.00

J. William Fulbright, Edgar J. Kaufmann, Jr., FULBRIGHT DESIGNERS, AN EXHIBITION DEVELOPED IN COOPERATION WITH THE INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION, Museum of Contemporary Crafts of the American Craftsmen's Council, New York, circa 1959 Softbound, illustrated, 14 pages. Good overall with light wear. Designers include Alice Adams, Emil Antonucci, Arline fisch, Laverne Design Group, Muriel Cooper, others. $50.00

James M. Hansen, EJNAR (ENJAR) HANSEN (1884-1965), James M. Hansen, Santa Barbara, 1984 Softbound, quarto, illustrated, 23 pages. Good overall with light signs of wear, minor cup mark on front cover. Best reference on the artist. $95.00

Jane Livingston, BILLY AL BENGSTON WATERCOLORS, 1974-1980, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, 1981 Softbound, stiff metallic blue wraps, oblong octavo, approximately 36 pages, illustrated. Catalogue designed by Bengston. Very good, interior very clean. $80.00

Karl Blossfeldt, URFORMEN DER KUNST, Ernst Wasmuth A.G., Berlin (circa 1928) Hardbound, gold stamped blue-green cloth binding, illustrated, quarto, photogravure plates. This copy is ex-library, the binding is worn, hinges loose, spine frayed, split at bottom front, the great majority of the plates are clean, in good condition and suitable for framing. 3 plates have been removed, two of which are present (but with cut down margins). One plate has a library stamp in the margin. Total 119 plates present. This copy being sold as a breaker for purposes of framing the prints. SOLD

Paul McCobb, DIRECTIONAL DESIGNS / PAUL MCCOBB, Directional Furniture Showrooms, New York, circa 1957 Softbound, illustrated, 14 pages, sm. octavo. Good condition overall, staple rust, one item checked in pen. On back cover quote: "This brochure is a brief cross-section of the new DIRECTIONAL catalogue- 112 page hard-cover volume..." Very scarce. $100.00

Pearl S. Buck, foreward, EXHIBITION OF WATERCOLORS BY CHEN CHI, OCTOBER 16 TO 27, 1956, Grand Central Art Galleries, Inc., New York, 1956 Softbound, illustrated, sm. octavo, approximately 20 pages. Good condition overall with several light bends. Interior clean. Uncommon. $75.00

Richard J. Boyle, ROBERT F. BLUM, A RETROSPECTIVE EXHIBITION, 1857-1903, The Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1966 Softbound, octavo, illustrated, 28 pages. Very good condition. Interior clean. 180 works listed. $90.00

Sara Machetanz, THE OIL PAINTINGS OF FRED MACHETANZ, PAINTER OF THE ALASKAN SCENE, F. Lewis, Publishers, Ltd., The Tithe House, Leigh-on-Sea, England, 1980 Hardbound, quarto, dustjacket, illustrated, 71 pages of text, 49 pages of plates (a number of those pages containing 2 illustrations each) including some color tipped-on plates. ONE OF ONLY 750 COPIES. Book is very good plus, interior very clean; dustjacket has a chip out of the upper edge of the plain white back, light discoloration and other minor signs of wear. $425.00

Sidney Janis, ABSTRACT AND SURREALIST ART IN THE UNITED STATES, San Francisco Museum of Art, San Francisco, 1944 Softbound, octavo, 36 pages, illustrated. Good overall, interior clean, minor discoloration to cover, other light signs of wear, wrinkle down the center of one page (printing irregularity-- the text is printed right over the wrinkle). Significant early modernist catalogue. SOLD

Trinidad Simo, J SOROLLA (JOAQUIN SOROLLA Y BASTIDA) (2 VOLUME SET), Vincent Garcia Editores, S.A., Valencia, Spain, 1980 2 volumes, white cloth binding with dark red lettering, large quarto, volume 1 is illustrated with Spanish text (195 pages text, 130 unpaged illustrations-- some double paged and fold-outs), volume 2 is English text supplement (55 pages). Both volumes are in very good condition, hardly ever used. Neat rubber stamp of previous owner on inside front cover of each volume. SOLD

Van Deren Coke, KENNETH M. ADAMS, 1897-1966, Western Art Gallery, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 1972 Softbound, octavo, illustrated, 38 pages. Very good condition. Interior clean. Good reference on the artist. $90.00

Wayne Thiebaud, VISION AND REVISION, HAND COLORED PRINTS BY WAYNE THIEBAUD, Chronicle Books, San Francisco, 1991 Hardbound, dustjacket, slipcased, illustrated, 1 of 100 copies specially signed and numbered in pencil by Thiebaud. This copy #58/100. Book/jacket near fine; slipcase has light rubbing and a light curving dampstain line along one outer edge measuring approximately 6 inches and extending in from the edge approximately 2 1/2 inches at the peak of the curve, NOT affecting either the cloth, the interior, or the book itself. $1200.00

William LaGrille (La Grille), printed by Henry Evans, ASSEMBLAGE; NINE MOTIFS, The Porpoise Bookshop, Henry Evans, San Francisco, 1962 Folio, nine loose abstract woodcuts in color and black and white, title page, limitation page. Very good condition. LIMITED TO 1OO COPIES. Directions on the limitation page instruct the owner to cut the margins off of the prints and to assemble them in a particular order. $500.00

Yona Fischer, intro., THE ARTIST AND THE PHOTOGRAPH (II); CATALOG NUMBER 155 (CAT. NO.); SEPTEMBER-NOVEMBER 1976; 2ND (SECOND) TRIENNALE OF PHOTOGRAPHY, Israel Museum, Jerusalem, 1976 Softbound, illustrated, oblong octavo, approximately 100 pages. Good condition overall, light corner bump to lower spine, light rubbing to covers, other typical signs of wear. Interior clean. Artists include Andy Warhol, William Wegman, Edward (Ed) Ruscha, Arnulf Rainer, Bruce Nauman, Gilbert and George, John Baldessari, Vito Acconci, Edward Keinholz, others. $150.00

no author, TWENTIETH ANNUAL DRAWING AND PRINT EXHIBITION OF THE SAN FRANCISCO ART ASSOCIATION, San Francisco Museum of Art, SF, 1956 Softbound, 8vo, 16 pages, illustrated. VG overall. Superior reference for Bay Area art and artists of the time period. $50.00

no author, TENTH ANNUAL DRAWING AND PRINT EXHIBITION, SAN FRANCISCO ART ASSOCIATION, San Francisco Museum of Art, SF, 1946 Softbound, 8vo, 20 pages, illustrated. VG overall. Previous owner's name on cover. Superior reference for Bay Area art and artists of the time period. $50.00

no author, CONTEMPORARY JAPANESE CERAMIC ART, National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, Japan, circa 1959 Softbound, illustrated, approximately 50 pages. Text in English and Japanese. Fair-good overall with lower spine bump, typical wear, binding tight, interior clean. $85.00

no author, THOMAS EAKINS, Babcock Art Galleries, New York, 1930 Softbound, 8 pages, illustrated, 20 works listed. Good condition. Scarce. $60.00

no author, RAAK LIGHTING ARCHITECTURE CATALOGUE 8, Raak Lighting Architecture, Amsterdam, circa late 1960's Softbound (stiff wraps), illustrated, 162 pages, octavo. Good condition overall with light wear. Interior clean. Contains sections on wall lights, ceiling lights, street and garden lighting, pendants, lustres, spots, floor lamps, table lamps, recessed fixtures. Very extensive. $145.00

no author, HEYWOOD BROTHERS AND WAKEFIELD COMPANY; COCOA MATS, MATTINGS, AND WAKEFIELD PORCH RUGS, Heywood Brothers and Wakefield Company, Gardner, Massachusettes, 1915 Softbound, illustrated, quarto, 16 pages. Good overall with light wear. One chip, not affecting text, out of each cover (approximately 1 inch to a side). Illustrations of mats and mat designs are in FULL COLOR-- unusual for such an early trade catalogue. 1916 price list of rugs and dimensions laid in. Very scarce. $110.00

no author, LE MOULIN DES CORBEAUX; KNOLL INTERNATIONAL (REPRINTED FROM L'OEIL, NO. 138, JUNE, 1966), Knoll Associates International, probably New York, 1966 Softbound, illustrated, quarto, 18 pages. Good overall with light wear, lower cover corner bends, interior clean. Interior featuring Knoll furnishings, decorations and works of art including a Harry Bertoia sculpture, Eero Saarinen chairs, Verner Panton wood units, Florence Knoll bench, etc. $90.00

no author, JANUS, EDWARD WORMLEY DESIGNS FOR DUNBAR, Dunbar Furniture Company, Berne, Indiana, circa 1957 Softbound, illustrated, lg. quarto, 8 pages. Fair-good overall with typical wear, and a fold line about 2 inches from the bottom edge of the brochure. Small photos of Janus pieces with measurements, product numbers, brief descriptions, materials. One page of text and a small photo of Wormley on the back cover. $90.00

no author, DUNBAR, THE JANUS HOUSE IN HOUSE BEAUTIFUL, EDWARD WORMLEY DESIGNS FOR DUNBAR REPRINTED WITH 2 ADDITIONAL PAGES FROM HOUSE BEAUTIFUL, DECEMBER, 1957, Dunbar Furniture Company, Berne, Indiana, 1957 Softbound, illustrated, lg. quarto, 12 pages. Fair-good overall with typical wear, several small cover edge tears, and a fold line about 2 inches from the bottom edge of the brochure. A number of the illustrations are in color. $90.00

no author, DUNBAR TODAY-AND-TOMORROW COLLECTION DESIGNED BY EDWARD WORMLEY, REPRINTED FROM HOUSE BEAUTIFUL, OCTOBER 1960, Dunbar Furniture Company, Berne, Indiana, 1960 Softbound, illustrated, lg. quarto, 6 pages. Fair overall with significant wear, several small cover edge tears, and a horizontal fold line at the center of the brochure. A number of the illustrations are in color. List of Dunbar showrooms on the back cover. $65.00

no author, DUNBAR, THE JANUS HOUSE, REPRINTED FROM INTERIOR DESIGN MAGAZINE, CIRCA 1957, Dunbar Furniture Company, Berne, Indiana, 1957 Softbound, illustrated, lg. quarto, 6 pages. Fair-good overall with typical wear, and a fold line two inches from the bottom edge of the brochure. List of showrooms on the back cover. $75.00

no author, THE DOLL COLLECTORS OF AMERICA, INC. FIRST DOLL EXHIBITION, Winchester Public Library, Winchester, Massachusettes, 1938 Softbound, illustrated, 20 pages, 4to. Good condition overall, light wrinkling, light yellowing to edges of cover; interior clean. Illustrations of dolls in cases and in displays. Collectors noted, dolls identified. Several hundred dolls in the show. Also illustrations of newspaper clippings reviewing the show. Scarce. $145.00

no author, HANDICRAFTS OF JAPAN, 1961, Japan Export Trade Promotion Agency, no location, 1961 Softbound, illustrated, 46 pages, 4to. Good condition overall; interior clean. Items titled, but makers/companies/designers not identified. Scarce. $90.00

no author, CRAFT POTTERY OF JAPAN, 1959, Japan Pottery Design Center, Nagoya, Japan, 1959 Softbound, illustrated, 44 pages, 4to. Good-very good condition overall; interior clean. Kilns and potteries include Arita, Hasami, Koishihara, Bizen, Kyoto, Shigaraki, Kutani, Seto, Mino, Iga, etc. $90.00

no author, CHINESE WOODCUTS - PAPER CUT-OUTS, China Monthly Review, Shanghai, 1953 Softbound, stitched binding, oblong quarto, approximately 50 pages, illustrated. The first part of the book, a little over half, is comprised of woodcuts, many of a political nature, showing workers, and activities relating to the newly formed People's Republic of China. The second part of the book shows contemporary cut-outs. All artists' names are mentioned, all works of art titled. Book is fragile. Interior is clean, fresh. Paper label with title glued to front cover. Two fold-out pages are frayed at the outer fold-out edge and one along the bottom where the page line extends slightly below the body of the book. Fading and chipping to edges of front cover, and particularly along fragile paper spine. Other typical signs of wear. Overall, acceptable condition for a delicate book of this nature. $1250.00

no author, THINGS BEAUTIFUL (LIBBEY CUT GLASS), Libbey Glass Company, Toledo, Ohio, circa 1910's Grey wrappers, approximately 40 pages, octavo, illustrated. Very good condition. The first section of the catalogue talks about the company's history, the benefits of cut glass, and concludes with instructions on how to clean and maintain cut glass. The remainder of the catalogue shows cut glass pieces of all types, including stock numbers, dimensions, and prices. The most expensive piece is the Aztec punch bowl for $200. Most pieces are priced well under $100. $235.00

no author, BRONZES D'ART ET D'AMEUBLEMENT; MARBRE DE CARRARE; ANCIENNE MAISON F. DELARUE; GEORGES BOURGEOIS SR.; EDITEUR-FABRICANT, Georges Bourgeois, Paris, circa 1910 Oblong octavo, grey wrappers, illustrated, tissue guards between most pages. Good condition overall, interior clean, some tissue guards have folds, tears, one has an area of discoloration. The plates are all crisp and clean. Trade catalogue for this foundry. Multiple items per page with titles, stock numbers. Names of some sculptors are noted including Picault, Barye, Debut, Drouot, Moreau, Valton, others. $225.00

no author, ANTONIO FRILLI, ESTABLISHED 1860, MARBLE STATUARY, INTERIOR & GARDEN DECORATIONS, LIGHTING FIXTURES, LARGEST EXPORTERS OF MARBLE IN THE WORLD, MEMBER OF INTERNATIONAL JURY OF AWARDS, P.P.I.E. (PANAMA PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION), Antonio Frilli, Florence, 1915 Softbound, illustrated, octavo, approximately 30 pages. Good condition overall with typical signs of wear. Interior clean. Trade catalogue for the Antonio Frilli company published for the Panama Pacific International Exposition in San Francisco, for the Italian Pavilion, Palace of Manufacturers. Sculptures are titled, priced, with dimensions. Sculptors are noted including E. Ceccarelli, Professor (Prof.) Torelli, A. Gory, A. Frilli, G. Bessi, Prof. Albano, Fattorini, A. Cambi. $165.00

no author, ATELIERS D'ART DE COURTRAI DE COENE FRERES, Ateliers d'Art de Courtrai de Coene Freres, Bruxelles, Brussels, Belgium, circa 1947 Softbound, oblong octavo, approximately 60 pages, illustrated. Trade catalogue for this furniture company showing individual pieces of furniture and complete interiors. Good condition overall with typical signs of wear, some fading to covers. Letter from the company dated 1949 and a three-fold brochure laid in. SOLD

Arnold Genthe, OLD CHINATOWN, A PHOTOGRAPHIC CALENDAR FOR THE YEAR 1946, Mills College, Oakland, CA, 1946 Softbound, spiral binding, unpaged, illustrated. Fair condition with significant dampstaining, particularly towards the rear of the book. Dampstaining is along the lower edge of most pages extending about 1/4 the way up several of the pages at the rear. The Genthe images are unaffected for the most part and the interior of the calendar is very clean and unused. $150.00

Basil Gray, EXHIBITION OF PAINTINGS BY CHANG DAI-CHIEN, Laky Galleries, Ltd., Carmel, California, 1967 Softbound, illustrated, approximately 32 pages. Good/Very good with light wear. SOLD

Betty Turnbull, THE LAST TIME I SAW FERUS, 1957-1966, Newport Harbor Art Museum, Newport Beach, 1976 Softbound, illustrated, approximately 70 pages. Very good condition with only light wear. Best reference on influential Ferus Gallery in Los Angeles. $200.00

Charles Smith, forward by Carl O. Schniewind, ABSTRACTIONS, The Johnson Company, New York, 1939 Hardbound, octavo, illustrated, unpaged (approximately 60 pages). Good overall with light wear, pencil point-sized impression at the lower center margin of some pages. One color woodcut has a small professional repair, barely noticeable, at the point of the impression. Previous owner's name on front pastedown and fep. A bright clean copy overall. The book is notable for six ORIGINAL ABSTRACT COLOR WOODBLOCKS by Smith. Smith was a member of the American Abstract Artists group. Rare. Please inquire if you have any additional questions regarding condition. $1950.00

Daniel Robbins, CONTEMPORARY BOXES AND WALL SCULPTURE, Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, 1965 Softbound, illustrated, approximately 30 pages. Limited to 1000 copies. Good condition. Artists include Joseph Cornell, Roy Lichtenstein, H. C. Westerman, Thomas Morin, Louise Nevelson, Sue Fuller, Robert Rauschenberg, Lucas Samaras, others. $75.00

Daniel Robbins, essay; John Zinsser, interview, LARRY POONS PAINTINGS 1963-1990, Salander-O'Reilly Galleries, Inc., New York, 1990 Oblong quarto, 113 pages, illustrated, several fold-out plates, softbound. Possibly signed by Poons on front cover (but not sure)-- L Poons is written in black marker and underlined. Good condition with light signs of wear. $175.00

David Klein, EDOUARD CORTES, LE POETE PARISIEN DE LA PEINTURE, Klein Art Gallery, Los Angeles, 1999 Hardbound, dustjacket, illustrated, 247 pages. As new. Unused copy. $300.00

Donald S. McNeil, editor, WHO'S WHO IN THE JEWELRY INDUSTRY, Chilton Co., Radnor, PA, 1980 Hardbound, quarto, 230 pages. Who's who directory of jewelers, watchmakers, industry people, etc. Excellent reference for people researching period jewelry makers, designers, and the industry in general. VG+ with only very light wear. Almost like new $325.00

Francis Haar, PICTORIAL JAPAN, Photofinishing Plant, Japan Central Exchange, no location, no date (circa 1940's) 24 original photographs in a fabric-covered portfolio, one page of text. Each photograph is stamped on the back "PHOTO BY FRANCIS HAAR" and numbered corresponding to its title on the text page. The flap hinges of the portfolio are well worn, the top flap is detached, but present. The text page is wrinkled along the inner edge, yellowed, text not affected. The photographs are clean and fresh. Plate 1 has a corner bend, upper right; the next two plates have very light upper right corner bends, barely visible. Plate 2 also has a corner bend, extreme upper left. The photographs are in very nice condition overall with good contrast, very clean, and only very minor signs of wear other than those described. $750.00

Frank O'Hara, H. H. Arnason, ARSHILE GORKY DIBUJOS (DRAWINGS); ROBERT MOTHERWELL OBRAS SOBRE PAPEL (WORKS ON PAPER), Biblioteca Luis-Angel Araango del Banco de la Republica, Bogota, Columbia, 1968 Softbound, octavo, illustrated, approximately 30 pages. Good condition with chip to lower edge of rear cover, not affecting any text or illustrations. Illustrations include several tipped-in color plates. 55 works by Gorky, 94 works by Motherwell. $100.00

George Charles, Frans Masereel, FRANS MASEREEL PEINTRE (PAINTINGS), Pierre Vorms, Editeur, Galerie Billiet, Paris, 1929 Softbound, illlustrated, 16 pages. Fair condition, covers worn, particularly at corners, spine partially split, some wrinkling at edges of pages, interior relatively clean. A rare catalogue of Masereel paintings. $135.00

Herschel B. Chipp, UNITE AGAINST THE WAR, POSTERS FOR PEACE, SPEAK OUT AGAINST CAMBODIA, Western Star Press, Students for Peace, Kentfield, CA, 1970 Ten loose posters in a portfolio, 19 by 12 1/2 inches. Reproductions of protest posters made by Northern California Students, selected from a protest poster exhibition at the University Art Museum, University of California, Berkeley, in May 1970. Very good to near fine condition with only light wear. $500.00

Ivan d'Argence, EXHIBITION OF PAINTINGS BY CHANG DAI-CHIEN, Laky Gallery, Carmel, 1970 Softbound, illustrated, 32 pages. Good with minor wear, small lower corner bends, last two pages. Scarce. SOLD

J.W. Young, THE RISE OF LUNDMARK, MARINE PAINTER, J.W. Young, Chicago, 1924 Softbound, illustrated. 31 pages. F-G, moderate wear particularly where covers overhang text block; interior clean. Coastal scenes by Chicago artist Leon Lundmark. J.W. Young dealt in American art and operated a significant Chicago Gallery through the 1940's. SOLD

Jean Charlot, Lester C. Walker, John Charlot, Lamar Dodd, JEAN CHARLOT, PAINTINGS, DRAWINGS, AND PRINTS (FALL ISSUE, 1976, GEORGIA MUSEUM OF ART BULLETIN), University of Georgia Museum of Art, Athens, 1976 Softbound, illustrated, 96 pages. Very good condition with only light wear. Comprehensive catalogue, excellent reference on the artist. $65.00

Jean Gebser, E. W. (ERNST WILHELM) NAY: ANALYSE EINES BILDES, GEH DURCH DEN SPIEGEL, FOLGE 10, 1957, Liebig, Galerie der Spiegel, Koln, 1957 Folio, approximately 26 pages, illustrated, mit einem doppelseitigen litho gedrukt von Mourlot, Paris. Limited to 150 copies with a double page lithograph printed by Mourlot, Paris. Disbound, but all pages present. Lithograph loose as issued. Light to moderate soiling to covers, rear cover bend, what appear to be tape marks on front and rear endpapers. Interior clean, light corner bump, lithograph is in good to very good condition with light extremity wear, light upper corner bump, signed and dated in the plate, 55 (1955). $600.00

Jean Gordon Lee, introduction, MING BLUE-AND-WHITE; AN EXHIBITION OF BLUE-DECORATED PORCELAIN OF THE MING DYNASTY, Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, 1950 Softbound, illustrated, 72 pages. Fair-good condition with wear, particularly to cover, spine split at bottom, some soling, wrinkling and rubbing to covers. Interior clean with some page corner bends. 153 items in the show, all appear to be illustrated. Many were in private collections at the time. $125.00

Jerry Bywaters, JERRY BYWATERS, A RETROSPECTIVE EXHIBITION, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, 1976 Softbound, illustrated, 48 pages. Very good overall with light signs of wear. $95.00

John d. Underwood Barry (Dubarry), VENUS THROUGH THE LENS, A COLLECTION OF NUDES, Thorson's Publishers Ltd., London, 1942 (second printing 1943) Clothbound, quarto, illustrated, approximately 20 pages of text, 70 pages of photographs. Dustjacket, fair with chips, tape marks at extremities. Book is good or slightly better, interior clean, previous owner's name on FEP. Photo of woman in chains or handcuffs on cover. Nude photographs of women, text section contains some instruction on how photos were taken/developed. $265.00

Kay McEnroe, CALIFORNIA ANTIQUES & FINE ART MAGAZINE, JUNE/JULY 1986, HUBERT J. STOWITTS, AN ARTIST REDISCOVERED (COVER STORY), Fine Arts Publishing, San Jose CA, 1986 Softbound, illustrated, 58 pages. Good condition with typical signs of wear. Cover story about Stowitts, also articles on William Wendt, California watercolors, E. Gene Crain watercolor collector. $55.00

Lejaren Hiller, Underwood and Underwood, S. S. NIEUW AMSTERDAM, HOLLAND-AMERICA LINE; PROUD FLAGSHIP OF N.A.S.M., A FAMOUS FLEET (UNDERWOOD AND UNDERWOOD, LEJAREN HILLER, Holland-America Line, New York, circa 1930's Softbound, oblong quarto, illustrated, 24 pages. Very condition with original mailing envelope (envelope has some yellowing, a bend in the flap, and other minor signs of wear. Elaborate posed color photographs by Hiller, some showing dozens of people, all in cruise settings such as dining, in rooms, dancing, lounging, etc. Clothing for models supplied, in many cases, by Bonwit Teller. $235.00

Leo Lionni, Sante Graziani, LEO LIONNI; PAINTER, DESIGNER, Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, Massachusettes, 1959 Sm. octavo, 3 catalogues, approximately 15 pages each, one showing design and decoration (ceramics, exhibition design), one showing graphics, and one showing paintings; all contained in a folded paper cover with an introductory essay by Graziani. Good condition overall with tip of spine of paper cover missing, the 3 catalogues (apparently all issued) are in very good and clean condition. (4 pieces total) $135.00

Lilly Dache, PAINTING (PAINTINGS) BY TAISUKE HAMADA, Upstairs Gallery, no location, circa 1976 / 1977 Softbound, illustrated, approximately 50 pages, SIGNED BY ARTIST in English and Japanese. Very good condition with only light wear. $100.00

Marjorie Harth Beebe, ART AT POMONA, 1887-1987, A CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION, Galleries of the Claremont Colleges, Pomona, CA, 1987 Softbound, illustrated, 88 pages, illustrated. Very good condition with light wear and rubbing to covers. $85.00

Maurice Dufrene, ENSEMBLES MOBILIERS, VOLUME 1, EXPOSITION INTERNATIONALE DE 1937, Editions d'Art Charles Moreau, Paris, 1937 Large folio (44.5 x 33 cm), illustrated, portfolio, 32 plates plus 4 pages text and list of plates. Light rubbing to portfolio, particularly along edges and at extremities, spine frayed at extremities. Interior very good or better with light yellowing to edges of text. Collotype plates are in superb condition considering the size of the portfolio. Some plates are protected by tissue guards which have yellowed; one plate has discolorations along the edges from contact with the tissue guard, not affecting the image. Designers and furniture makers include Jacques Adnet, Le Bucheron, Rinck, Louis Sognot, Andre Arbus, E. R. Lamy, Jean Dunand, Jean Royere. Sold

Neil Znamierowski, DOROTHY LIEBES RETROSPECTIVE EXHIBITION SPONSORED BY THE TEXTILE FIBERS DEPARTMENT , E. I. DU PONT DE NEMOURS & COMPANY, Museum of Contemporary Crafts, New York, 1970 Softbound, square octavo, 36 pages, illustrated. G-VG overall; previous owner's name on title page. Liebes was commissioned to design fabrics for several Henry Dreyfuss projects including the Main Lounge of the S. S. Constitution and the Persian Room in the Plaza Hotel. Liebes lived and worked in San Francisco for a good portion of her career. $90.00

Rene-Yvon Lefebvre d'Argence, LIU KUP-SUNG, ONE MAN EXHIBITION, Laky Gallery, Carmel, California, 1974 Softbound, illustrated, approximately 6 pages. Very good condition with only light wear. $40.00

Richard Rombach, PREMIER EXHIBITION, AUGUST 1986, HUBERT JULIAN STOWITTS, AMERICAN, 1892-1953, PDA Gallery, Carmel, 1986 Softbound, 5 photocopied pages in a printed folder illustrated with a Stowitts painting. 2 page essay and 3 page price list of paintings and graphics in the show. Rare. Very good condition. $85.00

Robert S. Olpin, ALEXANDER HELWIG WYANT, 1836-1892, Utah Museum of Fine Arts, Salt Lake City, 1968 Softbound, illustrated, approximately 36 pages. Good condition with normal signs of rare. Remains of a thin paper label on the rear cover. $85.00

Sam Hunter, COLLAGES BY ROBERT MOTHERWELL, The Phillips Collection, Washington, D.C., 1965 Softbound, octavo, illustrated, 10 pages. Good condition. Photograph of the artist by Alexander Liberman. 30 items in the show. $95.00

Thomas W. Leavitt introduction, 1949 / 1959 A DECADE IN THE CONTEMPORARY GALLERIES, Pasadena Art Museum, Pasadena, 1959 Softbound, illustrated, 76 pages. Good-Very good. Upper corner bend to last several pages (minor). Superior reference for this time period, particularly for secondary artists. $90.00

V. L. McKernin, editor, JEWELERS' BUYERS GUIDE (JEWELERS) 1960, Sherry Publishing Co., Inc., A McKernin Publication, no location (probably New York), 1959 Hardbound, board covers, 509 pages, illustrated. Fair-good covers, interior good or better, fragile paper spine separated at hinges at several points, but spine all present. Interior clean, some yellowing to pages, rubbing to covers. A fantastic directory of and survey of jewelery of the time including directories of manufacturers, diwstributors, wholesalers, directory of identifying marks of jewelers and companies. An indispensible reference for dealers and collectors of vintage jewelry. Years 1961 and 1950-51 also available. Inquire for details. $385.00

Victor Hammer, FECHIN (NICHOLAI), Hammer Galleries, New York, 1961 Wrappers, oblong octavo, exhibition catalogue, 8 pages, illustrated. Good overall with light wear, traces of fold line where catalogue was once folded down the center. $60.00

no author, AMERICAN MASTER PHOTOGRAPHERS, A CONFIDENTIAL REPORT (ANTON BRUEHL, PHILIPPE HALSMAN, MARTIN MUNKACSI, ETC.), Trigon Press, New York, 1947 Stiff softbound, 20 pages, illustrated, quarto. Very good. This was apparently a prospectus for a series of books on famous photographers; none of which were apparently ever published. Photographers included Anton Bruehl, Louise Dahl-Wolfe, Alfred Eisenstaedt, Andreas Feininger, Toni Frissell, Philippe Halsman, Martin Munkacsi, Hoyningen-Guene, Fritz Henle, Yousuf Karsh, John Rawlings, W. Eugene Smith, and Ylla. All photographers' names and facsimile signatures appear the first page. $135.00

no author, AMERICAN ABSTRACT ARTISTS, SIX PIECES OF EPHEMERA, MOSTLY SHOW ANNOUNCEMENTS, SEVERAL LISTING THE ARTIST PARTICIPANTS, various publishers, mostly New York, 1940-1962 American Abstract Art, Galerie St. Etienne, NY, 1940 (designed by Herbert Bayer, ex lib); American Abstract Artists Annual, Chinese Gallery, Ltd., NY, 1948; AAA Fifteenth Annual Exhibition, 1950, Rose Fried Gallery, The Pinacotheca, 1950; AAA Annual 1953, Hacker Gallery, NY; AAA 14th Exhibition, New School for Social Research, 1950; AAA 26th Annual, IBM Gallery, NY, 1962. $175.00

no author, PAINTINGS BY RICHARD HAINES, Adele Bednarz Galleries, Los Angeles, 1969 Softbound, illlustrated, 4 pages, bio. Good condition. Scarce. $35.00

no author, SALVATORE MELI; L'OBELISCO, Istituto Grafico Tiberino, Roma, Rome, circa 1957 Softbound, 2 illustrations, 1 oblong page folded into thirds, list of one person and group shows, bio in English and Italian. Good condition with edge wear. 22 works listed. $40.00

no author, JOSEPH CORNELL, Pyramid Galleries Ltd., Washington, D.C., 1975 Softbound, illustrated, approximately 15 pages. Very good condition with only light wear. Photograph of the artist by Denise Hare. $50.00

no author, A CATALOGUE OF THE FIRST ANNUAL EXHUMATION (EXECUTION) OF THE SOCIETY OF WASHINGTON FAKIRS, no publisher, Washington, D.C., 1904 Tall octavo, softbound, 24 pages, line drawing illustrations. Small stain at bottom of spine affecting the inner corner of all pages, not affecting text. 84 items in the show by some of America's most famous artists of the time (using fake names), including William Meritt Chase, Mary Cassatt, Arthur Parton, etc. Also includes by-laws, remarks, etc, all very humorous. Very rare. $235.00

no author (Gustave Baumann), GUSTAVE BAUMANN, 1888-1971, The Annex Galleries, Santa Rosa, 1981 Softbound, illustrated, 24 pages, illustrated. This was Annex Galleries first catalogue of prints for sale by Gustave Baumann. Annex represents the estate of Baumann. $50.00

Harvey Jones, John Kelsey, CALIFORNIA WOODWORKING, AN EXHIBITION OF CONTEMPORARY HANDCRAFTED FURNITURE, Oakland Museum, Oakland, 1980 Softbound, sm. folio, 16 pages, illustrated. Good overall. Artists include Eric Hansen, Sam Maloof, Don Braden, Garry Bennett, John Nyquist, Alan Marks, Martha Rising, Jim Bacigalupi, John Snidecor, Michael Chinn, Michael Graham, others. $75.00

Sara Machetanz, THE OIL PAINTINGS OF FRED MACHETANZ, PAINTER OF THE ALASKAN SCENE, F. Lewis, Publishers, Ltd., The Tithe House, Leigh-on-Sea, England, 1980 Hardbound, quarto, dustjacket, illustrated, 71 pages of text, 49 pages of plates (a number of those pages containing 2 illustrations each) including some color tipped-on plates. ONE OF ONLY 750 COPIES. Book is very good plus, interior very clean; dustjacket has a chip out of the upper edge of the plain white back, light discoloration and other minor signs of wear. $425.00

Sidney Janis, ABSTRACT AND SURREALIST ART IN THE UNITED STATES, San Francisco Museum of Art, San Francisco, 1944 Softbound, octavo, 36 pages, illustrated. Good overall, interior clean, minor discoloration to cover, other light signs of wear, wrinkle down the center of one page (printing irregularity-- the text is printed right over the wrinkle). Significant early modernist catalogue. $150.00

no author, CONTEMPORARY JAPANESE CERAMIC ART, National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, Japan, circa 1959 Softbound, illustrated, approximately 50 pages. Text in English and Japanese. Fair-good overall with lower spine bump, typical wear, binding tight, interior clean. $85.00

No author, MONOGRAPHS OF AMERICAN ARCHITECTURE II.; THE STATE CAPITAL, HARTFORD, CONN.; RICHARD M. UPJOHN, ARCHITECT. Ticknor & Company, Boston, 1886.
Portfolio with string ties containing 22 loose plates, folio. Cloth spine worn with splits, top string tie absent, paper board portfolio covers rubbed with some minor spotting, the number 310 is blind stamped in the margin of each plate, not affecting the images, remains of fragile paper flaps. Images are bright and crisp, some finger prints and other discolorations apparent in the margins of a number of the plates. Fair/good condition overall, considering the fragility. Rare.
$1100.00

No author, MONOGRAPHS OF AMERICAN ARCHITECTURE III.; THE AMES MEMORIAL BUILDING (BUILDINGS), NORTH EASTON, MASS.; H. H. RICHARDSON, ARCHITECT. Ticknor & Company, Boston, circa 1886.
Portfolio with string ties containing 23 loose plates, folio. Cloth spine worn, paper board portfolio covers worn with minor spotting, the number 311 is blind stamped in the margin of each plate, not affecting the images, remains of fragile paper flaps. Images are bright and crisp, some minor discolorations apparent in the margins of some plates. Fair/good condition overall, considering the fragility. Rare.
$1350.00

No author, MONOGRAPHS OF AMERICAN ARCHITECTURE IV.; THE MEMORIAL HALL, HARVARD UNIVERSITY, CAMBRIDGE, MASS.; WARE & VAN BRUNT, ARCHITECTS. Ticknor & Company, Boston, 1887.
Portfolio with string ties containing 14 loose plates, folio. Cloth spine worn, some splitting, paper board portfolio covers worn with minor spotting, string ties absent, the number 312 is blind stamped in the margin of each plate, not affecting the images, remains of fragile paper flaps. Images are bright and crisp, some minor discolorations apparent in the margins of some plates, some minor edge wear, one plate has a small margin chip. Fair/good condition overall, considering the fragility. Rare.
$950.00

No author, MONOGRAPHS OF AMERICAN ARCHITECTURE V.; TRINITY CHURCH, BOSTON, MASS.; C. D. GAMBRILL AND H. H. RICHARDSON, ARCHITECT. Ticknor & Company, Boston, 1888.
Portfolio with string ties containing 23 loose plates, folio. Cloth spine worn, some splitting, paper board portfolio covers worn with minor spotting, the number 313 is blind stamped in the margin of each plate, not affecting the images. Images are bright and crisp, two water spots and other minor discolorations apparent in the margins of some plates, not affecting images. Fair/good condition overall, considering the fragility. Rare.
$1100.00

A. Portier and F. Poncetton, LES ARTES SAUVAGES AFRIQUE, Albert Morance, Paris, 1956 Portfolio with string ties containing 50 loose plates, several in color, and text, folio. Binding split on portfolio covers, impressions of paperclips on edges of plates (usually 2 paperclip impressions per image). Images themselves are clean, edgewear and/or soiling to extremities of some plates. Several notes in text section. Fair/good condition overall. $275.00

Adeline Adams, others, THE AMERICAN MAGAZINE OF ART, ART AND PROGRESS, THE ART OF MAXFIELD PARRISH, VOLUME 9, NUMBER 3, JANUARY 1918, American Federation of Arts, New York, 1918 Softbound, octavo, illustrated, approximately 40 pages. Very good overall with light wear, interior clean. This issue contains a major 18 page article on Parrish with 16 illustrations, featured on the cover. Also contains a short article on Thomas Eakins. $90.00

Alain Gruber, WELTLICHES SILBER, Verlag Berichthaus, Zurich, 1977 Hardbound, DJ, Slipcase, 344pages. Near fine. katalog der sammlung des Schweizerischen landesmuseums, Zurich. $190.00

Alan S. Bamberger, THE ART OF BUYING ART, Gordon's Art Reference, Phoenix, 2002 Softbound, octavo, 263 pages. New, SIGNED BY AUTHOR. Excellent reference for buying, selling, collecting, appraising, pricing, researching art. $21.95

Alan S. Bamberger, THE ART OF BUYING ART, Gordon's Art Reference, Phoenix, 2002 Softbound, octavo, 263 pages. New, SIGNED BY AUTHOR. Excellent reference for buying, selling, collecting, appraising, pricing, researching art. $21.95

Alan S. Bamberger, THE ART OF BUYING ART, Gordon's Art Reference, Phoenix, 2002 Softbound, octavo, 263 pages. New, SIGNED BY AUTHOR. Excellent reference for buying, selling, collecting, appraising, pricing, researching art. $21.95

Alan S. Bamberger, THE ART OF BUYING ART, Gordon's Art Reference, Phoenix, 2002 Softbound, octavo, 263 pages. New, SIGNED BY AUTHOR. Excellent reference for buying, selling, collecting, appraising, pricing, researching art. $21.95

Alan S. Bamberger, THE ART OF BUYING ART, Gordon's Art Reference, Phoenix, 2002 Softbound, octavo, 263 pages. New, SIGNED BY AUTHOR. Excellent reference for buying, selling, collecting, appraising, pricing, researching art. $21.95

Albert Dorne and others, ART SCHOOL FOR EVERYONE- EVERYWHERE, Famous Artists Schools, Inc., Westport, CT, 1957 Wraps, quarto, illustrated, 52 pages. Very good condition overall with light corner bumps and other light signs of wear. 2 additional promotional pieces laid in. This is a substantial promotional piece that talks about all Famous Artists Schools courses, has numerous illustrations by and photographs of the artists who participated as instructors. Scarce. $150.00

Albert Gleizes, DU CUBISME ET DES MOYENS DE LE COMPRENDRE, Editions La Cible, Paris, 1921 Stiff wraps, 55 text pages, approximately 15 illustrations. 4th thousand. Cover soiling, wear. Staining to lower right hand corners of first 20 pages. Condition only fair, but considering the fragility and scarcity of the book, not overly disappointing. $125.00

Alessandro Pasquini and Fernando Tempesti, MARTINO MEUCCI, FOTOGRAFO A PRATO, 1868-1931, Palazzo Novellucci, Prato, 1980 Square large octavo, wraps, unpaged, 261 black and white illustrations. Good condition overall. Upper left corner bump, light edge wear, interior clean, other minor signs of wear. $135.00

Alfred Frankenstein, HOWARD HACK, THE WINDOW SERIES, M. H. De Young Memorial Museum, San Francisco, CA 1967. Pictorial wraps, octavo, 19 pages, 6 bw illustrations. Light wear to covers, lower left corner of back cover bent, interior clean. Overall good. $40.00

Alfred Rohde, introduction, HAMBURGISCHE WERKKUNST DER GEGENWART, HERAUSGEGEBEN VOM KUNSTGEWERBENVEREIN ZU HAMBURG (2 PIECES), Verlagsbuchhandlung Broschek & Co., Hamburg, 1927 Softbound, octavo, illustrated, 133 pages. Good overall with typical cover wear, light cover bends. Interior clean, fresh. Illustrations of modern decorative arts, short bios of artists and craftsmen at rear of book. WITH a 19 page softbound booklet listing some hundreds of Hamburg architects, jewelers, ceramic artists, furniture makers, designers, and other craftsmen. $225.00

Alvin Johnson, NOTES ON THE NEW SCHOOL MURALS, New School for Social Research, New York, circa 1930 Softbound, octavo, illustrated, 20 pages. Fair to good overall, spine worn, glue spot inside front cover, possibly remains of a previous owner's address label, light wrinkling, light soiling to covers, interior clean. $100.00

Amanda Jones, editor, ANTIQUES & (AND) FINE ART (MAGAZINE, VARIOUS ISSUES), Fine Arts Publishing, San Jose, November/December 1991 issue Softbound, illustrated, 144 pages. Good with minor signs of wear, interior clean. We stock numerous issues of this magazine including complete years at the price of $25 per issue. Please contact us for availability at alanb @ artbusiness . com . $25.00

American Artists Group, ORIGINAL ETCHINGS, LITHOGRAPHS AND WOODCUTS BY AMERICAN ARTISTS, CATALOGUE NUMBER ONE, American Artists Group, NY, 1936 Softbound, illustrated, large 8vo, 45 pages. Museum accession markings on front cover, VG+ overall, clean interior. Limited to 5000 copies. Excellent bios of significant American print artists of the time period along with illustrations of their work. $150.00

An Artist, THE THEORY OF EFFECT EMBRACING THE CONTRAST OF LIGHTING AND SHADE OF COLOUR AND HARMONY, J. W. Moore, Philadelphia, 1851 Hardbound, sm. octavo, 144 pages, 10 pages advertisements, illustrated. Good condition, light foxing to a few pages, particularly at end of book, extremities of spine frayed, 1/8 inch missing at top of spine. Previous owner's name front pastedown, interior clean, nice. $325.00

Andre Georges, Jean Badovici, Jacques Greber, and others, L'ARCHITECTURE VIVANTE, SPRING AND SUMMER, 1924, Albert Morance, Paris, 1924 Portfolio, string ties, 36 pages text, 50 loose plates. Ex-lib, covers well worn, top of binding reinforced, plates clean and fresh with no library markings. Several plates in color including a beautiful plate showing a de Stijl architectural drawing in color of a small house by architect C. Van Eesteren and executed by Theo Van Doesburg. Color plates are lithographic or pochoir. SOLD

Andre Verdet, Jean Cocteau, Peggy Guggenheim, LA FUCINA DEGLI ANGELI, VETRI DI ARTISTI CONTEMPORANEI, The J. & B. Weintraub Gallery, New York, circa 1963 Softbound, octavo, illustrated, 58 pages. Very good overall with minor wear, corner bend on cover, several prices written on cover. Interior clean, fresh. Contemporary glass pieces designed by famous artists including Marc Chagall, Pablo Picasso, Max Ernst, Jean Arp, Leger, Lurcat, others. SOLD

Angeli de Carli Olivieri, ARREDAMENTI PER UFFICIO, Sperling e Kupfer, Milan, circa 1950's Stiff wrappers, dustjacket, 23 pages with approximately 35 pages of illustrations. Some yellowing and edgewear to dustjacket. Small bookplate and pencilled initials on FEP, interior clean with minor signs of wear. Good condition overall. Survey of contemporary Italian office furniture. $225.00

Anita J. Ellis and Kenneth R. Trapp, ROOKWOOD POTTERY, THE GLORIOUS GAMBLE, Rizzoli International Publications, Inc., New York, NY, 1992. Softbound, quarto, 164 pages, illustrated in bw plus 97 color plates. Small bend in upper right corner of cover, VG. $150.00

Anna Margaret Sietsema, DAVID PARK, Maxwell Galleries, Ltd., San Francisco, CA, 1976. Gallery invitation, folded into quarters, 8vo, printed both sides, 5 illustrations. VG. Inside includes artist bio. $20.00

Anthony Bolonis, THE SILK-SCREEN PROCESS, A CIRCULAR PRESENTING THE TECHNIQUE OF THE SILK SCREEN AS A MEDIUM FOR THE CREATIVE ARTIST, DESCRIBING THE PRO-FILM AND OTHER METHODS EMPLOYED, ART CIRCULAR NO. 6, JULY 22, 1941, Federal Works Agency, Washington, D. C., 1941 Softbound, stapled mimeographed pages, illustrated, approximately 50 pages. Upper left corner bump, good condition overall, light wear. WPA Art project circular. $135.00

Antoine Schnapper, MIGNARD D'AVIGNON (1606-1668), Palais de Papes, Avignon, 1979 Hardbound, dustjacket, 176 pages, illustrated. One of 1500 copies. Condition is VG+ overall with minor signs of wear and a small piece of clear tape on the dustjacket, previous owner's four-letter name in ink on FEP. Very nice copy overall. $275.00

Arne Karlsen, FURNITURE DESIGNED BY BORGE MOGENSEN (MOBLER TEGNET AF BORGE MOGENSEN), Danish Architectural Press, Copenhagen, 1968 Hardbound, quarto, illustrated, 140 pages. Good overall with normal signs of wear. Definitive monograph on this furniture designer. $300.00

Arrive, Michel, PEINTURES, GRAVURES & DESSINS D'ALFRED JARRY, College de Pataphysique et Cercle Francais du Livre, France, 1968 Softbound, 125 pp. G/VG $135.00

Arthur Nicholas Hosking, THE ARTISTS YEAR BOOK, Art League Publishing Association, Chicago, 1906 Grey boards, cloth spine. Superior biographical dictionary for American artists active at that time. Listings are complete with exhibition histories, career data, addresses and contact information. Waterstaining to upper right corner of most pages not affecting text. A good solid usable copy. $200.00

Arturo Schwarz, HOMAGE TO, HOMMAGE A, OMAGGIO A ANDRE BRETON, Galleria Schwarz, Milan, 1967 Wraps, illustrated, 61 pages. Texts in Italian, French, English. Binding cocked, minor corner bumps and cover soiling, other minor signs of wear. Good condition overall. The bulk of the catalogue consists of an interview with Marcel Duchamp by Andre Parinaud. $60.00

B. H. Chamberlain (translated by), JAPANESE FAIRY TALE SERIES NO. 9, THE SERPENT WITH EIGHT HEADS, T. Hasegawa, 17 Kami Negishi, Tokyo, no date Softbound, crepe paper, silk ties, illustrated, 12 mo. Very good condition with light signs of wear. NO additional titles list on inside back cover. $225.00

Balzarotti, Rodolfo and Stabin, Angelo, THE PRODUCTION OF WILLIAM CONGDON, Jaca Book Publishers, Milan, 1969 Hardbound, dustjacket, some tipped-in color plates, 268 pages. VG/VG+ $125.00

Barbara Noah, Arlene Golant, THE SALVADOR DELI, Barbara Noah and Arlene Golant, no location, 1977 Sm. folio, one page folded into thirds, illustrated. Good overall with upper corner bends and other light signs of wear. Restaurant menu satire of modern art and artists. Dishes include Abstract Eggspressionism, Agnes Martini, Pablum picasso, Diebenkorn Flakes, Wayne Teapot, Spam Richardson, Vija Celmints, Larry Bell Peppers, Tanguy Barbecue Sauce, Ham on Ryman, many more. $100.00

Bernard Champigneulle, LES DEUX ILES, Maurice Darantiere, probably Paris, circa 1950 Softbound, octavo, 69 pages loose in portfolio style binding, illustrated with ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPHS by Jacques Broussard. Cover is in good condition, but with wear to spine. Contents clean and in very good condition. Limited edition numbered 39 of 250 copies. $150.00

Bernard Lamotte, PROUST PORTFOLIO, THE FRANCE OF MARCEL PROUST IN TWENTY-FIVE ETCHINGS SIGNED BY BERNARD LAMOTTE FROM PLATES ENGRAVED IN COPPER BY MR. LAMOTTE AND PRINTED BY HAND IN THE ARTIST'S STUDIO, Bernard Lamotte, no place, no date (circa 1950's) Folio, cloth box with red and gold leather inset title piece, one page folded with portfolio title and list of etchings. Portfolio contains 25 etchings, each in a folder and protected by a loose tissue guard. Each etching is pencil signed by Lamotte and numbered 42/100. Etchings are in fine condition; portfolio and title page are near fine with light signs of wear. Etching titles include Carlus, Odette, Swann, The Boy Marcel, Pairs: Swann in Odette's Salon, Paris: Le Boulevard Haussmann. Balbec (Deauville), The Steeple at Combray. Bernard Lamotte was an artist known for his scenes of life in Paris, born in France in 1903 and died in New York City in 1983 $1500.00

Bertel Hintze, Tapio Wirkkala, AN EXHIBITION OF FINNISH FINE AND APPLIED ARTS, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, 1952 Softbound, octavo, illustrated, 24 pages. VG overall with minor signs of wear. Interior clean. $45.00

Betty Turnbull, THE MOVIE SHOW, SEVEN STAGES OF HOLLYWOOD FROM SILENTS TO CINEMASCOPE, Newport Harbor Art Museum, Balboa, CA, 1969 Softbound, illustrated, approximately 40 pages. Unusual catalogue of loose sheets tied together with a shoe lace. Show contains stills, early equipment, related book and paper memorabilia. Limited to 1000 copies. VG+ $45.00

Bob Thomas and Walt Disney, MARAVILLAS DE LOS DIBUJOS ANIMADOS (THE ART OF ANIMATION), Ediciones Gaisa, S. L., Valencia, Spain, 1968 Hardbound, 188 pages, illustrated, quarto. Attractive pictorial board covers with picture of Walt Disney. VG condition overall with light signs of wear. The scarce spanish edition of THE ART OF ANIMATION. Collector's item. $225.00

Brassai, GRAFFITI, Chr. Belser Verlag, Stuttgart, 1960 Hardbound, dustjacket, 47 pages text, 105 illustrations. Minor yellowing to some pages, wear to extremities of dustjacket and along spine, book cocked slightly forward, white cloth cover clean, interior clean. VG overall. $850.00

Brenda Morrison, BOTKE-MCCOMAS-SEIDENECK (THE BOTKES, THE MCCOMASES, THE SEIDENECKS), Carmel Art Association, Carmel, CA 1988 Softbound, illustrated, sq. octavo, approx. 55 pages. VG/NF, interior clean. Almost like new. $75.00

Bruno Munari, TIC, TAC, AND TOC, World Publishing, Cleveland and NY, 1957 Hardbound, quarto, illustrated, unpaged. First English edition. Very good + condition, edges yellowed, very minor soiling to cover, other light signs of wear. Scarce in this condition. $300.00

Bruno Munari, WHO'S THERE? OPEN THE DOOR, World Publishing, Cleveland and NY, 1957 Hardbound, quarto, illustrated, unpaged. First English edition. Very good + condition, edges yellowed, very minor soiling to cover, other light signs of wear. Scarce in this condition. $300.00

C. G. Holme, DECORATIVE ART 1938, THE STUDIO YEAR BOOK, The Studio Limited, London, 1938 Hardbound, 144 pages, 32 pages of advertisements, quarto, illustrated. Extremity wear and some soiling to covers, foxing inside front cover, binding split between several pages, but solid overall. Interior clean, age yellowing to edges of pages, a good working copy overall. Some tipped-on color plates. $165.00

C.L. Bartholomew, Ed., A ROAD TO BIGGER THINGS, Federal School of Applied Cartooning, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1920. Pictorial wraps, quarto, 48 pages, illustrated. Covers and edges soiled, 2 corners bumped. Overall good. Numerous photos and bios of prominent American cartoonists, illustrators of the time including Clair Briggs, Windsor McCay, John McCutcheon. $70.00

Camille Mauclair, ALFRED JONNIAUX, No publisher, no location, 1943 Softbound, illustrated, 22 pages. SIGNED AND DEDICATED BY JONNIAUX. Exhibition catalogue. Minor spotting on cover, edgwear, overall signs of wear. Interior is good with a minor spot on several pages. Overall condition is good. $85.00

Carlo Mollino (preface), CARLO ENRICO RAVA, ARREDAMENTI, G. G. Gorlich, Milan, 1950 Softbound, square 4to, 131 illustrations of furniture and furniture in interiors. Original glassine cover protector has yellow age spots, cover itself and contents of book are very good with one small scuff to the spine. Very nice copy of a scarce book. Best period monograph on this designer. $400.00

Carlos Merida, ESTAMPAS DEL POPOL VUH, Graphic Art Publications, Mexico, 1943 Portfolio, string ties, folio, ten original color lithographs, ten tissue guards with text, one pertaining to each lithograph, folded title page/text introduction, number 345 of 1000 copies, signed by Merida. Cover has wear with water stain to 3 inch square area, lower right front cover, not affecting interior of cover or contents. Contents VG, clean, with light edgewear to several of the tissue guards, other minor signs of wear. Call for detailed explanation of condition. $2250.00

Carmen Marti de Misse, METODO SISTEMA MARTI CON REAL PRIVILEGIO EXCLUSIVO PARA APRENDER EL CORTE Y CONFECCION DE TODA CLASE DE CORSES PARA SENORAS Y NINAS, Feliu Y Susanna, Barcelona, circa 1900 Hardbound, illustrated, 71 pages, quarto. Pictorial pressed cloth and leatherette boards, art nouveau detailing. Fragile endpapers, front hinge split, but binding solid. Good overall, interior very clean, very nice condition considering the age and fragility. Directions for making 29 corsets, showing line drawing patterns and finished corsets, for women, children, and even a maternity corset for pregnant women. Rare. $485.00

Castor Seibel, A MEME LA PIERRE, FERNAND MOURLOT LITHOGRAPHIE, Pierre Bordas et Fils, Paris, 1982 Quarto, loose as issued in clamshell box, 34 pages, illustrated. Box is near fine, text/illustrations fine condition. Limited to 150 copies on Arches paper signed by Seibel and Mourlot, original Dubuffet cover lithograph printed by Mourlot, original Picasso drawings, not previously published, on title page and at close of book; tributes by many of the artists whose lithographs were printed by Mourlot. SOLD

Charles M. Kurtz, Ed., ACADEMY NOTES, VOL.1 NO. 2, WITH PLATES IN COLOR AND TINT, The Matthews-Northrup Works, Buffalo, NY, July 1905. Pictorial wraps with string tie, 4to, 38 pages, illustrated. Plates showing gallery walls for inaugural loan exhibition at the Albright Art Gallery. VG. $50.00

Charles Simpson, PHOTOGRAPHY OF THE FIGURE, COLOUR AND MONOCHROME, American Photographic Publishing Company, Boston, 1938 Hardbound, octavo, DJ, 208 pages, illustrated in black and white and color. Minor foxing to several front and rear pages, minor wear and yellowing on spine of dustjacket, several markings on blank back of DJ. VG-VG+ overall. Nice copy. $185.00

Charlotte M. Salwey (Birch), FANS OF JAPAN, Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co. Ltd., London, 1894 Large 4to, dustjacket, illustrated, 149 pages, including 10 chromolithographic plates. Front hinge starting, foxing to inside FEP and facing half-title, and inside REP and facing page. Contents and plates remarkably clean and fresh. Some foxing and minor wear to yellow pictorial cloth binding. Significant chips, particularly at spine extremities, and wear to dustjacket, but the illustrated front panel is almost completely intact. VG overall. Rare. $700.00

Christian Brinton, OFFICIAL EXHIBITION CATALOGUE, CONSTANTIN MEUNIER, 1831-1905, Avery Library, Columbia University, New York, 1914 Softbound, small octavo, 80 pages, illustrated. Good condition overall, interior clean, light signs of wear. 144 pieces in the show. Significant early reference on this artist. $250.00

Claire Freches-Thory and Rejane Bargiel-Harry, CAPPIELLO, 1875-1942, CARICATURES, AFFICHES, PEINTURES ET PROJETS DECORATIFS, Grand Palais, Paris, 1981 Softbound, oblong octavo, 191 pages, illustrated. Good condition overall wth light rubbing and wear to covers. Lignt corner bend, top front cover, rear bottom front corner, light wear to spine. Interior clean. Best reference on this important French poster artist. Over 400 illustrations. The closest thing to a catalogue raisonne. $275.00

Claude Roger-Marx, PREMIER EXPOSITION DU GROUPE DES PEINTRES-GRAVEURS INDEPENDANTS, Galerie Barbazanges, Paris, 1923 Softbound, sm. octavo, 23 pages. Good overall with light signs of wear, some prices penciled in. Text in French. 128 pieces in show. Artists include Marie Laurencin, Raoul Dufy, Georges Braque Maurice de Vlaminck, Dunoyer de Segonzac, Jules Pascin, Jean Marchand, Sonia Lewitzka, J. E. Laboureur, Charles Dufresne, others. Historically significant catalogue. $250.00

Clifford Gress-Wright, ROBERT CREMEAN, Esther-Robles Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, 1961. Softbound, small 8vo, 16 pages, 19 B&W illustrations. Light soiling to cover, interior clean. Good overall. $25.00

Clinton Adams as interviewed by Van Deren Coke, CLINTON ADAMS, A RETROSPECTIVE EXHIBITION OF LITHOGRAPHS, University of New Mexico Art Museum, Albuquerque, 1973 Softbound, small 4to, 32 pages, illustrated. VG+ condition. Adams worked with Lynton Kistler early in his career and Tamarind later. $75.00

Cyril G. E. Bunt, TUDOR & STUART FABRICS, F. Lewis Publishers Ltd., Leigh-on-Sea, England, 1961 Hardbound, dustjacket, 12 pages, 56 unpaginated illustrations. Book Near Fine; Dustjacket Near Fine. $250.00

David Malo, HAWAIIAN ANTIQUITIES, Bernice P. Bishop Museum, Honolulu, 1951 Hardbound, dustjacket, illlustrated, 278 pages, first edition. Very good+ overall with light wear and spine fade to dustjacket, chip at the top of the spine. Previous owner's name on FEP. Uncommon in this condition. $125.00

Denman Waldo Ross, THE PAINTER'S PALETTE, Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston, 1919 Hardbound, diagrams, 41 pages. Wear to spine extremities and corners of covers, top 1/8 inch of spine missing, interior very clean. Good condition overall. $145.00

Diane Ghirado, FLETCHER BENTON 1975, Smith Andersen Gallery, San Francisco, CA 1975. Softbound, square 8vo, 12 pages, 5 illustrations, chronology. Covers lightly soiled, interior clean. Good. $30.00

Diane Moran, ASPECTS OF CALIFORNIA MODERNISM, 1920-1950, Federal Reserve Board Building, Washington, D. C., 1986 Softbound, 13 pages, 4to, illustrated. Good overall with light signs of wear. Artists include Knud Merrild, Conrad Buff, Lorser Feitelson, Charles Howard, Paul Landacre, others. $55.00

Diane Waldman, HOMAGE TO JOSEPH CORNELL, 1903-1972, Queens County Art and Cultural Center, New York, 1973 Softbound, octavo, approx 26 pages, illustrated. Good overall with light signs of wear, interior clean, 2 different addenda slips laid in. $65.00

Dieter Roth, DIETER ROTH PICTURES, ZUG (SWITZERLAND), Dieter Roth, Zug, Switzerland, 1973 Softbound, 73 pages, octavo, illustrated. Good overall with minor signs of wear and a small date stamp on the rear cover. #888/3000 copies, SIGNED BY ROTH. Catalogue of Roth's works that are available for sale, printed in Roth's handwriting. The artist was represented at that time by Dr. Philippe Buse of Hamburg, Germany. $150.00

Dode Trip and Sherburne Cook, WASHINGTON STATE ART AND ARTISTS, 1850-1950, Sherburne Antiques and Fine Art, Inc., Olympia, 1992 Hardbound, 185 pages. Fine condition. The best biographical reference for Washington artists. One of an edition of only 500 copies. $275.00

Don Woodford, LOCATIONS, Art Gallery, Cal State College, San Bernardino, 1981 Softbound, illustrated, sm. quarto, 32 pages. Covers rubbed, otherwise VG. Interior clean. Artists include Wade Saunders, Joe Fay, Judy Fiskin, Robert Landau, Leland Rice, Roland Reiss, others. $50.00

Donald Reichert, GERTRUD AND OTTO NATZLER CERAMICS, George Walter Vincent Smith Art Museum, Springfield, MA, 1970 Softbound, quarto, 12 pages, 2 color illustratons showing 5 pieces, 1 black and white illustration of the Natzlers. NF condition overall. 120 pieces listed, titled, serial numbers, dimensions. 107 pieces priced and for sale. $90.00

Donn Brannon, CALIFORNIA COLLAGE, College of the Siskiyous, Weed, California, 1981 Square 8vo, approx. 30 pages, illustrated. VG overall with light signs of wear. Artists include Betye Saar, Raymond Saunders, Joseph Zirker, George Neubert $80.00

Doris Eff, FASHION IN COMBS, Doris Eff, Tucson, Arizona, circa 1979 Softbound, illustrated, quarto, approximately 60 pages. Good overall, sticker removal mark in upper right corner of front cover, interior nice and clean. Good reference. $165.00

Dorothy N. Stewart, HANDBOOK OF INDIAN DANCES, 1, NEW MEXICO PUEBLOS, INDIAN CEREMONIAL DANCES OF THE SOUTHWEST, Pictograph Press by Dorothy N. Stewart, Santa Fe, 1950 Softbound, illustrated, 8vo, first edition. Light wear to covers, interior clean. The rare original edition of this book containing 8 original color block prints illustrating different Indian dances (including the block print in the front cover). $2750.00

Douglas McClellan, WAYNE THIEBAUD, PAINTINGS AND WORKS ON PAPER, Mary Porter Sesnon Art Gallery, Santa Cruz, CA, 1976. Pictorial wraps, quarto, 8 pages, illustrated in bw. Remains of price sticker on back cover. VG. Essay by Douglas McClellan signed by McClellan. $50.00

E. Neville Rolfe, POMPEII PAST AND PRESENT, William Clowes and Sons, London, 1884 Pressed green cloth binding with simple gilt decorations, illustrated, 44 pages of text, numerous unpaginated original photographs. Extremity wear, interior good, spine cocked, overall G. Original contemporary photographs of Pompeii by E. Lauro; also contains photographs of drawings executed by Luigi Fischetti that show what Pompeii looked like before the volcanic interruption. $350.00

Earnest Elmo Calkins and introduction by Meredith Nicholson, FRANKLIN BOOTH, SIXTY REPRODUCTIONS FROM ORIGINAL DRAWINGS, Robert Frank, New York, 1925 Hardbound, illustrated. Condition is VG/NF. Light spine fade, minor markings on binding, contents like new. This is an outstanding copy of a very scarce book and appears to be in virtually unread condition. $500.00

Ebria Feinblatt, PRINTS AND DRAWINGS BY JUNE WAYNE, Los Angeles County Museum, Los Angeles, CA, 1959. Pictorial wraps, small 8vo, 16 pages, B&W illustrations. Cover shows light wear, interior clean. Good. $30.00

Edgar Ewing, EWING, Dalzell Hatfield Galleries, Los Angeles, CA, circa 1954. Pictorical wraps, octavo, 4 pages, illustrated in bw. Light soiling to lower right corner of cover, upper left corner bumped. Overall VG. Includes "Edgar Ewing: His Creed in Art" by the artist. $20.00

Edited by Frank Shay, IRON MEN AND WOODEN SHIPS, Doubleday, Page & Company, Garden City, 1926 Hardbound, illustrated. Minor signs of wear, overall VG. ORIGINAL pen, ink and watercolor dustjacket of a dock scene with a man and a woman signed by Paul Horgan and dated 1933. Also inscribed by Peter Hurd and wife Henriette Wyeth to his father. Great Hurd/Horgan association item. Unique. $1200.00

Edited by Jean Dupuy, COLLECTIVE CONSCIOUSNESS, ART PERFORMANCES IN THE SEVENTIES, Performing Arts Journal Publications, NY, 1980 Hardbound, glassine wrapper, 245 pgs., illustrated. Extensive survey of the performance art scene in New York in the seventies. Dozens of artists and events recorded. Numerous photographs and essays. $200.00

Edited by Luigi Ballerini, ITALIAN VISUAL POETRY, 1912-1972, Finch College Museum, New York, 1972 Softbound, quarto, spiral bound, illustrated, 78 pages. Very good condition overall with light foxing to top of front cover and minor signs of wear. $75.00

Edmundo Desnoes, CUBAANSE AFFICHES, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, 1971 Softbound, illustrated, approximately 80 pages. Very good condition overall with minor signs of wear, abbraisaion to lower inch of spine. Essay in English-- The Poster in the Cuban Revolution, 1959-1970. 316 posters catalogued. Excellent reference. $90.00

Edward Henning, POPULAR IMAGES AND SENSIBILITY, Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, 1968 Wraps, 12mo, illustrated, 16 pages. VG overall with light signs of wear. Uncommon catalogue featuring work of Jasper Johns, Wayne Thiebaud, Claes Oldenburg. $45.00

Edward Kienholz, EDWARD KIENHOLZ, MAIN WORKS FROM 1961 UP TO-DAY (OPERE PRINCIPALI DAL 1961 AD OGGI), Galleria Bocchi, S. A. S., Milan (Milano), 1974 Softbound, approximately 60 pages, illustrated, large oblong octavo. Black paper covers. Good condition overall with light signs of wear. Text in English and Italian. $140.00

Edwin Bower Hesser, William Henningsen, Paul Andrew Broady, LIVING ART MODELS, VOLUME 1, NUMBER 2, Dawn Publishing Company, New York, May-June 1929 Wraps, quarto, illustrated, approximately 50 pages. Good minus overall with minor wear and bends to covers, lower corner bump, wear to extremity of spine. Interior clean. Lower outside corners of two pages missing, not affecting images. Nude erotic photographs of women, most by Hesser, several each by Henningsen and Broady. Sold

Elaine de Kooning, FRANZ KLINE MEMORIAL EXHIBITION, Washingtion Gallery of Modern Art, Washington D.C., 1962 Wraps, illustrated, 60 pages. Light soiling to covers, G-G+. $75.00

Eleanor Green, AL HELD, San Francisco Museum of Art, SF, 1968 Softbound, small quarto, illustrated, 24 pages. VG overall with light signs of wear. $40.00

Elisabeth T. Peters, GERALD COLLINS GLEESON, CALIFORNIA WATERCOLORIST, Montgomery Gallery, San Francisco, 1990 Softbound, oblong octavo, illustrated, 32 pages. Very good overall with rubbing to front cover. Interior clean. $55.00

Elizabeth Ann McCauley, RAYMOND JONSON, THE EARLY YEARS, University of New Mexico Art Museum, Albuquerque, 1980 Softbound, illustrated, 32 pages, oblong quarto. Good overall, interior clean. Musty odor will likely dissipate over time. $75.00

Elizabeth Burris-Meyer, CONTEMPORARY COLOR GUIDE, HOW CONTROLLED COLOR CONTRIBUTES TO MODERN LIVING, William Helburn, New York, 1947 Hardbound, octavo, illustrated, 30 pages plus 30 color plates. Moderate soiling to covers, small chips to top and base of spine, 1/2 inch chips along edges at top of spine. Cover only fair. Interior g-vg crisp, clean. 30 pages of tipped on paint color samples of color combinations for various interiors. $300.00

Erich Preuss, REMEMBER THAT, Philipp Rauscher, Munich, circa 1950 Wraps, 63 pages, illustrated, oblong 8vo. 2 folding maps at rear. Good. "A guide through the memorial sites of the former Concentration Camp Dachau. Pictorial and written reports on the suffering and death of uncounted prisoners from all countries of the world." $250.00

Erin Younger, George C. Longfish, Joan Randall, CONTEMPORARY NATIVE AMERICAN ART, Gardiner Art Gallery, Stillwater, OK, 1983 Softbound, oblong quarto, approximately 50 pages, illustrated. Good condition overall with minor soiling to covers, light corner bends, and other minor signs of wear. Interior clean. $55.00

Ester McCoy, ROOTS OF CALIFORNIA CONTEMPORARY ARCHITECTURE, AN EXHIBITION OF THE WORK OF IRVING GILL, GREENE & GREENE, BERNARD MAYBECK, R. M. SCHINDLER, FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT, The Los Angeles Art Commission, LA, 1956 Softbound, oblong octavo, 20 pages, illustrated. VG overall with minor signs of wear, light spot on back cover, previous owner's name inside front cover. Early retrospective look at the work of these important California architects; possibly the first such show. $80.00

Eudorah M. Moore, DOROTHY S. BENRIMO, Pasadena Art Museum, Pasadena, 1973 Wrappers, quarto, illustrated, 16 pages. Light soiling to white covers, several small paint spots on rear cover, interior clean, good condition overall. 41 items in the show. Portrait photograph of the artist in the catalogue is by Laura Gilpin. $50.00

Eugene Anderson and Stan Newcomb, HANS BURKHARDT, PAINTINGS, DRAWINGS, STUDIES, San Diego Art Institute, San Diego, circa 1966 Softbound, illustrated, 32 pages. G. Burkhardt was a significant Southern California modernist. $50.00

Eugene N. Anderson, JOHN PAUL JONES, Felix Landau Gallery, Los Angeles, 1967 Sm. square 8vo, approx. 36 pages, illustrated. VG overall with light signs of wear and several markings on front and rear cover. Interior clean. $35.00

Eula Harlacker, PLANTS OF THE SOUTHWEST IN BLOCK PRINT, Vocational Print Shop, El Paso, circa 1930's Softbound, quarto, illustrated with 12 original color block prints by students of the 2B art class at El Paso High School. Good condition overall with minor signs of wear, interior clean. Each block print is accompanied by one page of text by the artist. Block prints are initialled by the artists. Laid in is a Christmas postcard from El Paso High School, possibly illustrating a Harlacker drawing, pen-signed "Aunt Eula." $225.00

Eula Harlacker, EL PASO IN BLOCK PRINT, Vocational Print Shop, El Paso, circa 1930's Softbound, quarto, illustrated with 12 original block prints by students of the 2B art class at El Paso High School. Good condition overall with minor signs of wear, interior clean. Each block print is accompanied by one page of text by the artist. Most of the block prints are initialled by the artists. $225.00

F. A. Mercer, W. Gaunt, ART AND INDUSTRY, VOLUME 23, JULY-DECEMBER 1937, The Studio Ltd., London and New York, 1937 Hardbound, quarto, illustrated, 246 pages. Good overall, interior clean. Top right cover corner bump, minor signs of wear, light soiling to covers. Several articles on the Paris Exposition exhibition of 1937. Some color illustrations, mostly b&w. $175.00

Fabrizio Fiumi, Paolo Galli, Giorgio Birelli, Carlo Caldini, FIUMI, GALLI, BIRELLI, CALDINI, RICORDI DI ARCHITETTURA, ARCHITECTURAL MEMOIRS, "9999", Firenze, 1972 Softbound, pressed copper binding, large quarto, illustrated, 273 pages. Good overall with light signs of wear, fading to edges of pink pages, rubbing from copper covers on endpapers. Record of the artists' exhibitions in Italy, New York, Los Angeles, Japan, and other locations between 1966-71. SOLD

Fairburn, THE FAIRBURN SYSTEM OF VISUAL REFERENCES, SET 1, BOOKS 1-3: MALE FULL FIGURE, FEMALE FULL FIGURE, SITUATION POSES & HANDS, Fairburn Publications Limited, Vancouver, Canada, 1979, second edition Stiff blue plastic pictorial covers enclosing spiral bound leaves, small folio. BOOK I: MALE-FULL FIGURE, 200 pages. BOOK 2: FEMALE-FULL FIGURE, 200 pages. BOOK 3: SITUATION POSES & HANDS, 200 pages. Set 1 is THE ONLY one of the three Fairburn visual reference sets that is OUT-OF-PRINT. All three vols. VG with minor soiling to covers; interiors clean; subscription cards removed from front of books 1 and 3, but present in book 2 (this does not affect any content). The set contains thousands of illustrations of nude and clothed people photographed from consistent angles and heights for the use of professional graphic artists and figure painters in their depiction of the human figure. Intent is to provide stock angles that can be recombined into new composites. This second edition is substantially larger than the first edition and has many more pages of illustrations in each volume. SOLD

Felicien Rops, DREIUNDVIERZIG BRIEFE, Georg Muller Verlag, Munich, 1912 Grey boards, 85 pages. Condition VG+. $165.00

Fernand Mourlot and Castor Seibel, BRAQUE-PAULHAN, DEUX LETTRES DE JEAN PAULHAN ET QUATRE REPONSES DE GEORGES BRAQUE, Pierre Bordas et fils, Paris, 1984 Quarto, slipcase, loose as issued, 39 pages, illustrated. Near fine. #59 of 230 copies, initialled by Mourlot, also containing two Braque lithographs printed by Mourlot, signed in the plate by Braque, numbered and initialled in pencil by Mourlot. SOLD

Florence Ludins-Katz and Elias Katz, ART & DISABILITIES, Florence Ludins-Katz and Elias Katz, Berkeley, 1983 235 photocopied pages, bound in clear plastic over wraps, "copy center" type binding, illustrated. Signed by both authors, #19 of 100 copies. Press release and workshop schedule laid in. Folds to plastic covers, triangular portion of rear cover missing. Good. Describes a model for producing art, sometimes referred to as "Creative Growth" or "Creativity Explored" and specifically focusing on "handicapped" artists. The procedures outlined in this book are now used around the country. This is the first publication by the movement's founders, the Katzes. $250.00

Florence N. Levy, AMERICAN ART ANNUAL, 1898, The Macmillan Company, NY, 1899 Hardbound, illustrated, 540 pages, 8vo. Very good condition with light signs of wear and inked name on fep. Volume One of this important reference containing artist biographies, information about art schools, museums, galleries, and more. Also contains photographs of artists, illustrations of American paintings, and more. $250.00

Foreward by Johan Langaard, EDVARD MUNCHS BREV FAMILIEN, Johan Grundt Tanum Forlag, Oslo, 1949 Grey wrappers, 309 pages. Minor wear, yellowing, spotting to covers, yellowing to spine. Interior clean. Good overall. Munch's family letters. Extensive footnotes and index. Text in Norwegian. $250.00

Francesco Clemente, UNTITLED, Francesco Clemente, Genoa, 1978 Orange wraps, illustrated, 18 pages. Good. #131 of 500 copies. The illustrations, including those in color, appear to be photocopies. Text in French and Italian. $150.00

Francisco Da'Antonio, EL ARTE INGENUO EN VENEZUELA, Compania Shell de Venezuela, Caracas, 1974 Hardbound, dustjacket, quarto, illustrated, 161 pages. Text in Spanish, English summary at rear. Folk and naive artists with artist bios. VG. SOLD

Frank O'Hara, Sam Hunter, others, ROBERT MOTHERWELL, A RETROSPECTIVE EXHIBITION, Pasadena Art Museum, Pasadena, 1962 Wraps, illustrated, 32 pages. Minor paint smears on cover. Good-. Essays by Hunter, O'Hara, Motherwell, poem by Barbara Guest. $75.00

Frans Carlgren, RUDOLF STEINER, 1861-1925, The Goetheanum School of Spritual Science, Dornach, 1964 Oblong, wraps, small octavo, illustrated, 56 pages plus 32 unpaginated illustrations, second edition. Spine fade, slightly bent, minor signs of wear. Good overall. Text in English. $85.00

Frans Masereel, CAPITALE, 66 DESSINS, Editions du Sablier, Paris, 1935, First Edition Softbound, glassine protective wrapper, octavo, illustrated, unpaged, #78 of 1560 copies. Fair to good overall, binding intact, but pages sit flat when book is opened, interior clean. Top and bottom of spine missing. Very scarce. $225.00

Franz-Joachim Verspohl, JOSEPH BEUYS, DAS KAPITAL RAUM 1970-77, Fischer Taschenbuch Verlag, GmbH, Frankfurt, 1984 Softbound, octavo, 79 pages plus fold-out, illustrated. Very good overall with minor signs of wear and light foxing to front page and page edges. Interior and covers very clean. $60.00

Frederick Wight, THE ARTIST'S ENVIRONMENT: WEST COAST, Amon Carter Museum, Ft. (Fort) Worth, 1962 Softbound, illustrated, octavo, 132 pages. Fair-good overall, binding solid, interior clean. Outer paper covering spine missing at top 1/2 inch, edgewear to spine, gallery stamp inside front cover, other minor bends, signs of wear. $135.00

Gabriel Moulin, photographer, CHARLES CALDWELL DOBIE SITTING IN THE BOHEMIAN GROVE, CALIFORNIA (ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPH), Gabriel Moulin, San Francisco, 1920 Original sepia-toned photograph measuring 8 1/4 by 6 1/4 inches showing Charles Caldwell Dobie seated next to a portrait painting of himself and another person, hanging on what appears to be a large redwood tree, in the Bohemian Club Bohemian Grove near Guerneville, California. Dobie wrote the Grove Play that year-- 1920. Inscribed verso, Charles Caldwell Dobie, Bohemia, July, 1920 and stamped Gabriel Moulin Photo, 153 Kearny, S. F. Cal. Good condition overall with a bend down 2/3 of the right edge, not affecting any significant portion of the image. $175.00

George Hansen, VESPERS BABY ROLAND, Paul Elder & Morgan Shepard, San Francisco, 1902 Softbound, octavo, illustrated, 24 pages, prospectus laid in. Light cover wear, several spots on front cover, interior clean. Good overall. Arts and crafts design on cover, handmade endpapers. Humorous photo essay showing captioned pictures of a baby in various poses. $135.00

George Luks, Introduction, EXHIBITION OF SCULPTURE BY GUTZON BORGLUM, Avery Library, Columbia University, New York, 1914 Softbound, small tall octavo, string tie binding, approximately 40 pages, illustrated. Light and inconspicuous museum stamp on blank backs of illustration pages and back of title page, not affecting contents or illustrations. Fair to good condition overall, moderate cover soiling not affecting contents, typical signs of wear, interior clean. 40 pieces in the show. Significant and uncommon early reference on this artist. $195.00

George Nelson, THE HERMAN MILLER COLLECTION, The Herman Miller Furniture Company, Zeeland Michigan, 1948 Oblong quarto, beige hardbound cloth boards, illustrated, 72 pages. Good overall, boards lightly shaken, binding slightly loose, previous owner's name on FEP. The first significant catalogue published by this important firm. $300.00

George W. Neubert, XAVIER MARTINEZ, Oakland Museum, Oakland, 1974 Softbound, illustrated, 71 pages. Good overall. Light page bends, spine fade. Interior clean. Significant California artist. Major reference on the artist. $200.00

George William Sheldon, RECENT IDEALS OF AMERICAN ART, D. Appleton and Company, New York, 1888, 1889, 1890 Folio, leather bound, gold lettering, illustrated, tooled spine, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt, 150 pages plus 75 unpaginated gravure plates with tissue guards. Tissue guard of frontspiece is folded with a several inch tear. Overall, this book is in exceptional condition with only light wear. The binding is excellent with only light signs of wear. $800.00

Georgianna M. Lagoria, NORTHERN CALIFORNIA ART OF THE SIXTIES, De Saisset Museum, Santa Clara, 1982 Softbound, 57 pages, quarto, illustrated. Good+ condition overall with light soiling to white covers, minor signs of wear. Clean interior. Limited to 2000 copies. $75.00

Gerald Nordland, EDWARD CORBETT, San Francisco Museum of Art, SF, 1969 Softbound, illustrated, sm. quarto, 24 pages. Good overall with light signs of wear. Remains of library sticker, upper left front cover. Interior clean. $55.00

Gerald Nordland, RAY PARKER, Washington Gallery of Modern Art, Washington, D. C., 1966 Softbound, large octavo, illustrated, 24 pages. VG overall with minor signs of wear. Interior clean. $50.00

Gerhard Ruhm, Otto Mauer, Rudolf Klaus, etc., PETER BISCHOF, WERKVERZEICHNIS DER DRUCKGRAPHIKEN, 1956-1982, Verlag A. F. Koska, Vienna, Berlin, 1982 Hardbound, illustrated, 199 pages, catalogue raisonne, limited to 1000 copies $150.00

Gillo Dorfles, FONTANA, Alexander Iolas, NY, Paris, Geneva, circa 1960's Stiff textured wraps, octavo, approximately 20 pages, illustrated. Some soiling to cover with minor signs of wear. Interior fresh, clean. VG overall. Text in French. Photos by Mulas, Wolleh. This catalogue is a Fontana art object in and of itself containing brightly colored pages with areas cut out so that the reader can see through from one page to the next. $125.00

Gillo Dorfles, Guido Ballo, others, I NUOVI ARAZZI DI MISSONI (THE NEW TAPESTRIES BY MISSONI), Galeria del Naviglio, Milan (Milano), 1981 Softbound, 36 pages, illustrated, octavo. VG+ condition overall with only light signs of wear. $90.00

Giorgio Nicodemi, VETTORE ZANETTI ZILLA, PITTORE, Alfieri & Lacroix, Milan, 1949 Hardbound, quarto, illustrated, 199 pages. VG. $125.00

Giorgio Nicodemi, THE FIRST EXHIBITION IN AMERICA OF SCULPTURE BY MEDARDO ROSSO, Peridot Gallery, New York, 1959 Softbound, octavo, 22 pages, illustrated. VG condition overall with light signs of wear, interior clean. Previous owner's name stamped on back cover. New York Times article in the artist laid in at rear. $45.00

Giorgio Soavi, MISSONI 25, Arti grafiche Milanesi, Milan (?), circa 1980 Hardbound, 36 pages, illustrated, square large octavo. VG+ condition overall with only light signs of wear. 25 year survey exhibition of Missoni's work. Text in English and Italian. INSCRIBED BY MISSONI to California museum curator James Elliot in 1981. $160.00

Giovanni Mariacher, I VETRI DI MURANO (GLASSWARE OF MURANO), Carlo Bestetti, Milan, 1967 Hardbound, dustjacket, illustrated, black &white and color with some tipped-in color plates, 231 pages. VG+, VG+ with a minor waterstain visible on the tip interior of the jacket and very slightly visible to the top of the spine. $275.00

Gitz-Johansen, Helge Bangsted, GRONLAENDERINDEN, Simon J. Gullander, Skjern, 1939. Cardboard wraps tied with straw, quarto, [15] pages, illustrated with 10 original block prints. 1/125 copies. Bottom front and back covers bent along edge. Overall VG plus; prints NF. $450.00

Gloria Pena de Jaramillo, PANORAMA ARTISTICO COLOMBIANO, Litografia Arco, Bogota, 1977 Hardbound, large square quarto, illustrated, unpaged, but over 250 pages. #1873 of an edition of 2000. Minor rubbing and soiling to white covers, minor bump to lower front of spine. VG overall. $250.00

Gordon M. Smith, MIXED MEDIA AND POP ART, Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York, 1963 Softbound, illustrated, 12 pages. VG overall with light signs of wear. Artists include Andy Warhol, Wayne Thiebaud, Jasper Johns, Robert Rauschenberg, Mel Ramos, Roy Lichtenstein, others. $100.00

Gordon Washburn, GREAT LAKES EXHIBITION, PAINTINGS BY ARTISTS OF THE GREAT LAKES REGION, Albright Art Gallery, Buffalo, 1938 Softbound, illustrated, approximately 30 pages. Very good+ condition with only the lightest signs of wear. A bright, clean copy overall. Scarce. $110.00

Grace Cohen Grossman, MIRON SIMA WOODCUTS, Maurice Spertus Museum of Judaica, Chicago, 1977 Softbound, illustrated, sm. quarto, approx 36 pages. VG with light wear, interior clean. $60.00

Graham Howe, Patrick Nagatani, Scott Rankin, TWO VIEWS OF MANZANAR, Frederick S. Wight Art Gallery, UCLA, Los Angeles, 1978 Softbound, oblong quarto, illustrated, 53 pages. Good overall with minor signs of wear. $85.00

Greg Saffell, editor, publisher, ART OF CALIFORNIA (MAGAZINE, VARIOUS ISSUES), Art Institute of California, Napa, July 1991 Issue Softbound, illustrated, 66 pages. Good with minor signs of wear, interior clean. We stock numerous issues of this magazine including complete years at the price of $30 per issue. Please contact us for availability at alanb @ artbusiness . com . $30.00

Gregory Corso, GREGORY MASUROVSKY, Alexander Iolas Gallery, New York, 1963 Softbound, large quarto, 6 pages, illustrated. Good condition overall with light bends and other light signs of wear, interior clean. Previous owner's name inked on back cover. $45.00

Gunter Hanisch, FRITZ KUHN IN MEMORIUM, 1910-1967, Evangelische Verlagsanstalt, Berlin, 1970 Hardbound, large square octavo, illustrated, 108 pages. VG overall. $100.00

H. G. Keller, EXHIBITION OF CUBIST PAINTINGS IMPORTED FROM PARIS, William Taylor & Son, Cleveland, 1913 Wraps, 6 pages, 2 illustrations. 10 paintings exhibited the month after the Armory show closed in Chicago. Probably related to that controversial show of modern art that had opened in New York and then travelled to Boston and Chicago. Exhibit "E" is titled Nature Morte and described as being by "Marcel Duchamps, known as 'Jaques Villon'." SOLD

H.R.S., PAINTINGS BY WALTER SNELGROVE, California Palace of the Legion of Honor, San Francisco, 1962 Softbound, illustrated, 8 pages. G. Apparently the first one-man museum exhibition by this significant Bay Area artist. Presented in cooperation with Gumps. $45.00

Harold Kitner, GALLO / PEARLSTEIN / THIEBAUD, Van Deusen Gallery, Kent State University, Kent, Ohio, circa 1965. Paper, quarto, 8 pages, 9 illustrations. Soiled wraps, upper right corner bumped. Good. Examples of early Thiebaud. $25.00

Harry A. Bliss, MODERN TABLETS AND SARCOPHAGI, Harry A. Bliss, Buffalo, New York, 1923 Leatherbound, quarto, illustrated, 208 pages. Good overall with light extremity and edge wear to covers, light corner bumps, and minor wrinkling to one page. 222 illustrations of cemetery monuments, memorials, headstones, gravestones. $300.00

Harry Holtzman, TRANS FORMATION: ARTS, COMMUNICATION, ENVIRONMENT A WORLD REVIEW, Wittenborn, Schulz, Inc., NY, 1950 Wraps, oblong quarto, illustrated, approximately 60 pages. Good condition overall with light corner bumps, rubbed covers, and other light signs of wear. Volume 1, Number 1 $125.00

Hazel Salmi, Rudy Turk, H. John Weeks, RICHMOND ART CENTER, THIRTIETH ANNIVERSARY EXHIBITION, Richmond Art Center, Richmond, California, 1967 Softbound, oblong 8vo, approximately 60 pages, illustrated. VG overall. Historical background of the organization plus works by a variety of Bay Area California artists including Louis and Lundy Siegriest, William Wiley, Glenn Wessels, John Haley, Tom Holland, Bruce Beasley, Robert Arneson, Nathan Oliveira, David Park, etc. $75.00

Henri Dorra, FROM THE LUDINGTON COLLECTION, Dickson Art Center, University of California, Los Angeles, 1964 Softbound, quarto, illustrated, 48 pages. Good condition with light corner bends and other normal signs of wear. Errata slip glued to inner front cover. 194 items catalogued from this major Santa Barbara collection. Also shows illustrations of the collection as installed in the house and grounds. $70.00

Henry Dreyfuss, INDUSTRIAL DESIGN: THE ART OF BEING PRACTICAL, Grant Dahlstrom, The Castle Press, Pasadena, 1954 Wraps, quarto, 15 pages. Minor signs of wear, yellowing to edges of cover, previous owner's name on front cover in pencil, good + condition overall. Transcript of a talk given at Harvard University Graduate School of Business Administration, May 11, 1954. $100.00

Henry Niese, EDWARD CORBETT, University of Maryland Art Gallery, College Park, 1979 Softbound, illustrated, 68 pages. VG/VG+ $55.00

Henry Winslow, THE ETCHING OF LANDSCAPES, Chicago Society of Etchers, Chicago, 1914 Paper covered boards, illustrated. Some wear and cracking to spine. Several minor spots along margins of limitation page. Overall G-G+. One of 250 copies. Two pencil signed original etchings laid in as part of the edition: The Dry Book by Franklin Wood and The Dead Oak by Allen Lewis. Includes list of members of the Chicago Society of Etchers. $325.00

Hermon Alfred Kelley, A GENEALOGICAL HISTORY OF THE KELLEY FAMILY DESCENDED FROM JOSEPH KELLEY OF NORWICH, CONNECTICUT, Privately Printed, Cleveland, 1897 Hardbound, octavo, illustrated, 122, xv pages. Gilt edges, minor cover wear, minor discoloration spots to first several pages. Typed errata sheet laid in dated 6/2/1898, Cleveland written by Hermon Kelley. Offset photo of Reverand Edward Abbott laid in. Good condition overall. Early Cleveland area family. Alfred Kelley was first "president" or mayor of Cleveland in 1815, followed by his father in 1816. $400.00

Herve Alphand, THE PRESTIGIOUS COLLECTION, BIJOUX DE BRAQUE, EXECUTED BY HEGER DE LOWENFELD, Wally F Galleries, NY, circa 1963 Softbound, illustrated. Light soiling to covers, other minor signs of wear, interior clean. Good condition overall. Beautiful color illustrations, 159 pieces described. SOLD

Hilde Reiss, editor, EVERYDAY ART QUARTERLY, A GUIDE TO WELL DESIGNED PRODUCTS, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Issue Number 2, Fall, 1946 Softbound, quarto, 16 pages, illustrated. Good overall. Previous owner's name inked on cover. Introductory article by Eva Zeisel; issue features contemporary American ceramics. Artists include Gertrud and Otto Natzler, Zeisel, Russel Wright, F. Carlton Ball, others. $50.00

Hilde Reiss, editor, EVERYDAY ART QUARTERLY, A GUIDE TO WELL DESIGNED PRODUCTS, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Issue Number 7, Spring, 1948 Softbound, quarto, 16 pages, illustrated. Fair-good overall. Postage due stamp on rear cover. 2 main articles on modern furniture and modern jewelry under $50. Artists and designers mentioned and illustrated include Alexander Girard, Claire Falkenstein, Fred Farr, Margaret de Patta, numerous others. SOLD

Hilde Reiss, editor, EVERYDAY ART QUARTERLY, A GUIDE TO WELL DESIGNED PRODUCTS, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Issue Number 14, Spring, 1950 Softbound, quarto, 16 pages, illustrated. Good overall. Article on work of Alvin Lustig. Main article shows examples of useful objects including bowls, glass, crystal, dinnerware. Manufacturers/Designers include Eva Zeisel, Revere, Arzberg, Coors, Karhula. $50.00

Hilde Reiss, editor, EVERYDAY ART QUARTERLY, A GUIDE TO WELL DESIGNED PRODUCTS, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Issue Number 15, Summer, 1950 Softbound, quarto, 16 pages, illustrated. Good overall. Featuring "The Tradition in Good Design: 1940 to 1950." Designers include Alvar Aalto, Bruno Matthson, Eero Saarinen, Knoll, Walter Von Nessen, Charles Eames. $50.00

Hilde Reiss, editor, EVERYDAY ART QUARTERLY, A GUIDE TO WELL DESIGNED PRODUCTS, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Issue Number 17, Winter, 1950-51 Softbound, quarto, 16 pages, illustrated. Good overall. Featuring "Useful Gifts 1950." Designers include Charles Eames, Edith and Brian Heath, James Prestini, Leerdam. $50.00

Hubert P. Buel, THE WEST COAST WATERCOLOR SOCIETY, Wortsman Stewart Galleries Inc., San Francisco, CA, 1977 White wraps, 8vo, 30 pages, 48 bw illustrations. NF. Includes work of Millard Sheets, Dong Kingman, Maurice Logan, George Post, Douglass Parshall, many others. $80.00

Huldah Curl, PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS BY EDWARD CORBETT, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, 1961 Softbound, octavo, illustrated, 4 pages, back cover fold-out. Good overall with minor signs of wear. Interior clean. $45.00

Imaizumi, Atsuo and Goodrich, Lloyd, KUNIYOSHI, National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, 1954 Hardbound, catalogue of Kuniyoshi's Posthumous Exhibition. VG $175.00

J&J, Norman Reid, Michael Compton, YVES KLEIN, 1928-1964, SELECTED WRITINGS, The Tate Gallery, London, 1974. Softbound, square quarto, 95 pages, illustrated. Includes detailed chronology. Covers lightly soiled, top corners bumped, interior clean. Good. $75.00

J. H. Bender, SIXTEEN ETCHINGS OF THE THAMES (THE THAMES SET, JAMES MCNEILL WHISTLER), Alden Galleries, Kansas City, 1933 Softbound, sm. octavo, illustrated, 40 pages. Very good overall, interior near fine, light corner bends to covers where they extend over the edges of the text pages. ORIGINAL ETCHING OF WHISTLER by John de Martelly (deMartelly) bound in opposite the title page. $225.00

J. H. Raycroft and Minnie Cron Wheeler, PROGRESSIVE ART GUIDE WITHOUT A TEACHER, AN ENTIRELY NEW METHOD..., J. B. Young, & Co., Buffalo, New York, 1891 Stiff cloth-covered wraps, illustrated, 105 pages, large quarto. Good overall with typical signs of wear. Illustrated with line drawings and chromolithographs. $450.00

J. Lamont Langworthy and Katherine McNeil, HILLSIDE HOMES, 12 IN LAGUNA BEACH, CA., Io Publishing Company, Santa Rosa, California, 1982 Square octavo, wraps, unpaginated (approx 80 pp), illustrated. VG overall with light wear. Clean. Nice copy. Striking modern design homes on the sides of steep hills of Laguna Beach. $165.00

J. M. Morris, THE FRANKLIN & (AND) JAMES DECADE REVIEW, AMERICAN ARTISTS AT AUCTION, 5/88-7/98, Franklin & James Publishing, Mansfield, OH, 1998 hardbound, quarto, 1391 pages; 95,000 auction records. Excellent condition. $80.00

J. M. Morris, FRANKLIN AND (&) JAMES DECADE REVIEW OF AMERICAN ARTISTS AT AUCTION, 1/86-1/96, Franklin & James Publishing, Mansfield, OH, 1996 hardbound, quarto, 1246 pages; 85,000 auction records. Excellent condition. $60.00

James A. Porter, THE NEGRO IN AMERICAN ART, AN EXHIBITION CO-SPONSORED BY THE CALIFORNIA ARTS COMMISSION, UCLA Art Galleries, Los Angeles, 1966 Softbound, quarto, illustrated, 63 pages. VG+ overall, very clean. $90.00

James B. Byrnes, ARTISTS OF LOS ANGELES AND VICINITY, 1953 ANNUAL EXHIBITION, Los Angeles County Museum, Los Angeles, CA, 1953. Softbound quarto, 84 pages, illustrated in bw. Spine edges rubbed bare, light bends to cover near spine, interior clean. Overall good. One of the most comprehensive references for Southern California artists of this time period. $85.00

James Birrell, WALTER BURLEY GRIFFIN, University of Queensland Press, Brisbane, 1964 Hardbound, dustjacket, large octavo, illustrated, 203 pages. Dustjacket is chipped at extremities and worn along edges of spine. Book is clean and VG overall with minor yellowing to edges of pages. $285.00

James M. Hansen, EJNAR (ENJAR) HANSEN (1884-1965), James M. Hansen, Santa Barbara, 1984 Softbound, quarto, illustrated, 23 pages. Good overall with light signs of wear, minor cup mark on front cover. Best reference on the artist. $80.00

James V. McDonough, Foreward, NEW DIRECTIONS IN PAINTING, Florida State University, Tallahassee, 1959 Softbound, illustrated, sm. quarto, 24 pages. Good with corner bumps and light wear, interior clean. Artists: Elmer Bischoff, Richard Diebenkorn, David Park, Rico Lebrun, Adja Yunkers, Larry Rivers. Limited to 2000 copies, uncommon. $90.00

Jan Butterfield, HELEN LUNDEBERG SINCE 1970, Palm Springs Desert Museum, Palm Springs, 1983 Softbound, oblong 4o, approximately 40 pages, illustrated. VG overall with light signs of wear. $40.00

Jan-Topass, LA PENSEE EN REVOLTE, ESSAI SUR LE SURREALISME, Rene Henriquez, Brussels, 1935 Stiff red wrappers, faded spine, many pages uncut, one of 250 copies. Chapters on Surrealist poetry, philosophy, etc. VG/NF. $225.00

Jaques Dupin and Joan Miro, L'ISSUE DEROBEE, Maeght Editeur, Paris, 1974 Oblong folio, clamshell box, loose portfolio as issued, illustrated. VG/NF. Limited to 200 copies plus 20 copies hors-commerce, COLOPHON SIGNED BY MIRO AND DUPIN. This copy was one of 15 special portfolios that each contained a monotype and 5 loose color etchings signed and numbered by the artist in addition to the portfolio-- THESE HAVE BEEN REMOVED. The portfolio, printed on velin-d'Arches, contains all TEN unsigned COLOR DRYPOINT ETCHINGS BY MIRO, PRINTED BY MAEGHT EDITEUR and is exactly like copies numbered #51-#200 (originally issued with no signed etchings or monotype). Sold

Jarvis Barlow, 32ND ANNUAL EXHIBITION, CALIFORNIA WATER COLOR SOCIETY, 1952-3, California Water Color Society, San Francisco, CA 1952. Softbound, octavo, 12 pages, illustrated in bw. Light soiling to back cover. Overall VG. $45.00

Jay Belloli, Betty Asher, Howard and Gwen Laurie Smits, CONTEMPORARY CERAMIC VESSELS, TWO LOS ANGELES COLLECTIONS, Baxter Art Gallery, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, 1984 Softbound, quarto, 16 pages, illustrated. VG overall with light signs of wear. Previous owner's in ink on cover. $40.00

Jean Arp, ALBERTO VIANI, Galleria Odyssia, New York, 1964 Softbound, quarto, 14 pages including one fold-out, illustrated. Good condition overall with moderate signs of wear, several minor bends, interior clean. $40.00

Jean Arp, Enrico Crispolti, ALBERTO VIANI, SCULTURE IN BRONZO, Galleria Odyssia, Rome, 1961 Softbound, octavo, 20 pages, illustrated. VG condition overall with light signs of wear, interior clean. $40.00

Jean Badovici, Adolph Loos, L'ARCHITECTURE VIVANTE, SPRING AND SUMMER 1926, Albert Morance, Paris, 1926 Portfolio, string ties, 52 pages text, 50 loose plates. Ex-lib, covers well worn, top of binding reinforced, plates clean and with minor soiling, one plate with library stamp, the rest clean. SOLD

Jean Badovici, Fernand Leger, L'ARCHITECTURE VIVANTE, FALL AND WINTER, 1924, Albert Morance, Paris, 1924 Portfolio, string ties, 32 pages text, 50 loose plates. Ex-lib, covers well worn, plates clean and fresh, one FLW plate with library markings, the rest clean. Several plates in color including a double plate showing three views of a de Stijl interior by V. Huszar and a single plate with two full color designs by Fernand Leger. Color plates are lithographic or pochoir. SOLD

Jean Cassou, preface, CALDER, Musee National d'Art Moderne, Paris, 1965 Quarto, softbound, 56 pages, illustrated, including 4 lithographic plates, bound in, three of which are in color, on special paper. Light soiling to front cover, other light signs of wear, light page bends, good overall, interior clean. Photographs by Gallerie Maeght, Ugo Mulas, Andre Kertesz, others. $200.00

Jean Planque, KOSTA ALEX, Galerie Claude Bernard, Paris, 1964 Softbound, octavo, 54 pages, illustrated. Good overall with light signs of wear particularly at extremities of spine. Text in French and English. Artist's first show. $50.00

Jean Stern, AMERICAN IMPRESSIONISM, CALIFORNIA SCHOOL, Fleischer Museum, Scottsdale, 1989 Softbound, square octavo, illustrated, 111 pages. Good overall with minor signs of wear. Biographical information about significant CA artists including Guy Rose, William Wendt, Edgar Payne, Maurice Braun, Armin Hansen, etch. $85.00

Jean-Clarence Lambert, KUMI SUGAI, Stadtisches Museum, Leverkusen Schloss Morsbroich, Germany, 1960 Softbound, quarto, illustrated, 36 pages. Good overall with light signs of wear. Previous owner's name inked on rear cover. $50.00

Jean-Clarence Lambert, DIAMANTS, La Rouviere, Marcel Cornu, Paris, 1974 Small folio, loose as issued in a clamshell box, fine Japan paper, unpaged, illustrated with twelve original color lithographs by Jacques Herold, each initialled in pencil by the artist, printed by Mourlot freres; colophon signed by artist and author. Fine in VG slipcase. Number 11 out of 15 HC copies of a total edition of 65 copies. $550.00

Jeff Perone, A DECADE OF BILLY AL BENGSTON: THE SEVENTIES, San Diego State University, San Diego, CA, 1981. Paper with spiral binding and cut-out cover, small oblong octavo, 35 pages, 12 color plates. VG. Essay by Jeff Perone. $50.00

Jeffrey Herr, CALIFORNIA ART POTTERY, 1895-1920, California State University, Northridge, 1988 Softbound, quarto, 40 pages, illustrated, errata slip laid in. Good overall with light signs of wear, tape removal mark at top of spine. Limited to 2000 copies. $110.00

Jermayne MacAgy, CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN PAINTING, California Palace of the Legion of Honor, SF, 1945 Softbound, 19 pages. Fair condition overall with fade and several chips to the cover. Interior clean. This was the first in a series of 5 exhibitions of Contemporary American painting held in San Francisco. Notable for its focus on California art and artists. $50.00

Jermayne MacAgy, MORRIS GRAVES RETROSPECTIVE EXHIBITION, California Palace of the Legion of Honor, San Francisco, 1948 Softbound, octavo, illustrated, 20 pages. Fair to good overall with light water staining along the front margins of several pages, and other minor signs of wear. Interior clean. Early retrospective for this artist. $55.00

Jerry Szymanski, CLAIRE FALKENSTEIN, TOPOLOGICAL INVESTIGATIONS, Grossmont Callege Art Gallery, San Diego, 1977 Wraps, oblong octavo, illustrated, 14 pages. VG+ overall with light signs of wear. $50.00

Joan M. Marter, Dore Ashton introduction, JOSE DE RIVERA CONSTRUCTIONS, Taller Ediciones, JB, Madrid, circa 1979 Hardbound, dustjacket, illustrated, 254 pages. VG+/VG+ Near new condition with very light signs of wear. Complete catalogue of the artist's work. $500.00

John Alan Walker, Pub. & Ed., AVENUES TO ART, A FINE ART BUYER'S & SELLER'S BULLETIN, VOL.1, NO. 2, Avenues to Art, Big Pine, CA, September 1985. Softbound, quarto, 32 pages illustrated. Minor signs of wear. VG. John Alan Walker's attempt to publish an art magazine of particular interest for collectors of California and American art. $40.00

John Alan Walker, Pub. & Ed., AVENUES TO ART, A FINE ART BUYER'S & SELLER'S BULLETIN, VOL.1, NO. 3, Avenues to Art, Big Pine, CA, April 1986. Softbound, quarto, 32 pages illustrated. Minor signs of wear. VG. John Alan Walker's attempt to publish an art magazine of particular interest for collectors of California and American art. $40.00

John Alan Walker, Pub. & Ed., AVENUES TO ART, ART HISTORY'S UNIQUE TRADE JOURNAL, VOLUME 1, NO. 5, Avenues to Art, Big Pine, CA, September 1986. Softbound, quarto, 32 pages illustrated. Minor signs of wear. VG. John Alan Walker's attempt to publish an art magazine of particular interest for collectors of California and American art. $40.00

John Beach, ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS BY JULIA MORGAN: BEAUX-ARTS ASSIGNMENTS AND OTHER BUILDINGS, Oakland Museum, Oakland, 1976 Softbound, tall slim quarto, 14 pages, illustrated. Good overall with minor signs of wear and bends (due to its unusual dimensions). Interior clean. $90.00

John Brandon-Jones and others, C. F. A. VOYSEY, ARCHITECT & DESIGNER, 1857-1941, Lund Humphries, London, 1978 Square octavo, wraps, illustrated, 139 pages. G-VG with minor signs of wear. Contains list of extant architectural works plus sections on metalwork, furniture, pattern design. $165.00

John Chase, TODAY'S CARTOON, Hauser Press, New Orleans, 1962 Hardbound, DJ, illustrated. VG+. Shows the work of 140 American editorial cartoonists of that time period. Every entry includes bio, photo of the artist, examples of their work. $225.00

John Coplans, POP ART USA (U. S. A.), Oakland Art Museum, Oakland, CA, 1963 Softbound, small octavo, 63 pages, illustrated. Small abraded area on front cover where price sticker was removed. Interior clean. Very good condition overall. Early Pop Art Show; first significant show of Pop Art in California. Catalogue heavy with California artists, but also major American Pop artists. $65.00

John Coplans, JOHN MASON, SCULPTURE, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, LA, 1966. Softbound, 8vo, illustrated, approximately 24 pages, center fold-out. Very good overall with only light signs of wear. Designed by Ed Ruscha. Limited to 1,000 copies. $200.00

John S. du Mont, CUSTER BATTLE GUNS, Phoenix Publishing, Canaan, New Hampshire, Revised and Expanded Edition, 1988 Hardbound, illustrated, oblong quarto, 106 pages. Light bump upper right corners, otherwise VG. Limited to 1500 copies. Inscribed to friend, Benjamin Rush of Philadelphia. $325.00

John Tallis, THE GREAT EXHIBITION OF THE WORLD'S INDUSTRY HELD IN LONDON IN 1851 DESCRIBED AND ILLUSTRATED BY BEAUTIFUL STEEL ENGRAVINGS FROM DAGUERREOTYPES BY BEARD, MAYALL, ETC., John Tallis and Company (Vol. I); The London Printing and Publishing Company (Vols. II-IV), London, circa 1852 Hardbound, 4 volumes, marbled endpapers and edges, tooled leather spines, board covers, leather corners, octavo, illustrated with numerous steel engravings and fold out plates. Volume I, 320 pages; Volume II, 320 pages; Volume III, 320 pages; Volume IV, 304 pages. Fair to good overall, bindings solid, corner wear, infrequent light foxing to a few pages/plates, other normal signs of wear. $850.00

John Wilmerding, 19TH CENTURY AMERICAN TOPOGRAPHIC PAINTERS, Lowe Art Museum, Miami, 1975 Wraps, octavo, illustrated, 95 pages. Spine fade, lower front cover corner bent, interior clean, good condition overall. $125.00

Jon Whyte and E.J. Hart, CARL RUNGIUS, PAINTER OF THE WESTERN WILDERNESS, Glenbow-Alberta Institute, Calgary, 1985 Hardbound, dustjacket, illustrated, 184 pages. Minor spine fade to dustjacket, neatly closed tear to bottom front of jacket. The glossy pages with color illustrations have a bit of a perfume-like scent. A very good copy overall. $275.00

Jorge Luis Borges, FICCIONES, Limited Editions Club, NY, 1984 Leatherbound, octavo, slipcase. Illustrated with silkscreens of original silkscreens by Sol Lewitt. Fine condition, minor wear to slipcase. Limited to 1500 copies. Signed by Lewitt. Text in English. $450.00

Jose Manuel Perez Cabrera, EL MAESTRO FRAY GERONIMO DE VALDES, OBISPO DE CUBA, La Revista Bimestre Cubana, Vol. XXXV, No. 2, La Habana, Marzo-Abril, 1935. Softbound, 8vo, 16 pages. Inscribed by the author on the half-title. Covers faintly discolored, marked with pencil. Interior clean. Good. $50.00

Joseph Delaney, PALMER HAYDEN (1890-1973), SOUTHERN SCENES AND CITY STREETS, The Studio Museum of Harlem, New York, 1974 Softbound, square octavo, 16 pages, illustrated. VG overall with light wear. $75.00

Joseph E. Young, LAURENCE DREIBAND, PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS, David Stuart Galleries, Los Angeles, CA, circa 1971. Softbound, square 8vo, 28 pages, illustrated in bw & color. Cover shows light signs of wear, interior clean. Good. $25.00

Joseph F. Morris, JULIAN HOKE HARRIS, University of Georgia Press, Athens, 1955 Softbound, illustrated. Ex-lib. Library markings, cards in rear, spine reinforced, other markings. Good condition in spite of the markings. Volume 1 in the American Sculptors series. SIGNED by Harris. $50.00

Judith Bettelheim, Amalia Mesa-Bains, 1991 ADALINE KENT AWARD EXHIBITION, MILDRED HOWARD, TEN LITTLE CHILDREN STANDING IN A LINE (ONE GOT SHOT, AND THEN THERE WERE NINE), San Francisco Art Institute, SF, 1991 Softbound, quarto, illustrated, 32 pages. Good overall with light signs of wear. $50.00

Jules Langsner, KNUD MERRILD, 1894-1954, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, LA, 1965 Softbound, illustrated, 32 pages. Limited to 1000 copies. VG; interior nice, clean. Text by Langsner; statement on flux painting by Merrild. $110.00

Juliana Force, MEMORIAL EXHIBITION, GERTRUDE VANDERBILT WHITNEY, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, 1943 Softbound, illustrated, approximately 50 pages, octavo. VG overall, interior clean. $125.00

June Harwood, CARMEAN (HARRY), Harry Carmean, Los Angeles, 1974 Hardbound, quarto, dust jacket, 143 pages, illustrated. Chips and tears to dustjacket, book is in good condition, interior clean. Major monograph on this artist. $135.00

Kate James, JAPANESE FAIRY TALE SERIES NO. 1, MOMOTARO OR LITTLE PEACHLING, T. Hasegawa, 17 Kami Negishi, Tokyo, no date Softbound, crepe paper, silk ties, illustrated. List of series titles on rear inside cover. Very good + condition with only minor signs of wear and several minor corner folds. $250.00

Kate James, JAPANESE FAIRY TALE SERIES NO. 20, THE ENCHANTED WATERFALL, T. Hasegawa, 17 Kami Negishi, Tokyo, no date Softbound, crepe paper, silk ties, illustrated, 12 mo. Very good + condition with only light signs of wear. Additional series titles listed inside rear cover. $250.00

Kate Pond, A B C X Y Z, Black Stone Press, San Francisco, 1980 Wraps, oblong 12mo, Oriental-style string binding, clear plastic slipcase, unpaged. Type and illustration hand-picked from the Black Stone Press Collection, printed by Shelley Hoyt-Koch. Number 20 of 50 copies, signed by Pond and Hoyt-Koch. NF. Each page shows one block letter printed in red, one sentence "rhyme" by pond, and one illustration. $150.00

Kathan Brown, CROWN POINT PRESS POCKET CALENDAR FOR 1978, Crown Point Press, San Francisco, 1977 Plastic covered pocket calendar with glue downs on front and rear pages and inserts in front and rear pockets. Fine condition. Gold lettering on front says "The value of a work of art is not in its material but in its symbolic meaning." "Blue Book 1977" catalogue of prints inserted in front pocket. Illustrated pamphlet "Crown Point Press 1977" by Kathan Brown inserted in rear pocket. Unusual. $145.00

Kathan Brown, CROWN POINT PRESS POCKET CALENDAR FOR 1979, Crown Point Press, San Francisco, 1978 Plastic covered pocket calendar with glue downs on front and rear pages and insert in front pockets. Fine condition. Gold lettering on front says "What you see as an art object is only a step that leads to other things." Pamphlet "A Discussion of Value" by Kathan Brown inserted in front pocket. Rear page glue-down lists all prints with prices published in 1978. Unusual. $135.00

Kathan Brown, CROWN POINT PRESS POCKET CALENDAR FOR 1980, Crown Point Press, San Francisco, 1979 Plastic covered pocket calendar with glue down on front page and insert in front pocket. Fine condition. Gold lettering on front says "The artist recounts his vision of history in metaphors." Pamphlet "A Discussion of Meaning" by Kathan Brown inserted in front pocket. Unusual. $125.00

Kathan Brown, CROWN POINT PRESS POCKET CALENDAR FOR 1981, Crown Point Press, San Francisco, 1980 Plastic covered pocket calendar with glue down on front page and insert in rear pocket. Fine condition. Gold lettering on front says "The artist can't invent a style because he's living in it." Pamphlet "A Discussion of Beauty" by Kathan Brown inserted in rear pocket. Unusual. $125.00

Kathryn Stedman, Wallace Stegner, SKYLINE LANDSCAPE, A LOOK AT ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY, Council for Foothill Planning and Research, Palo Alto, 1966 Oblong 8vo, wrappers, 36 pp., illustrated. G-VG overall with light staining to right edge of front cover. Last text page is called "Hillside Decalogue" by Wallace Stegner which consists of ten points to conserving the environmental integrity of the Bay Area foothills. Early environmental piece. $80.00

Kenneth B. Sawyer, RECENT OILS BY WILLEM DE KOONING, Martha Jackson Gallery, NY, 1955 Wraps, 8 pages, illustrated. 4th one person show at a gallery, the first with Martha Jackson. Showed 14 paintings and 7 drawings-- most of women. Scarce early show catalogue. G-G+. Light soiling to cover, minor bend lower right corner. $125.00

Kenneth Sawyer, ADJA YUNKERS, RECENT PAINTINGS, Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, 1960 Softbound, octavo, 23 pages, illustrated, one tipped-on color plate. VG overall with light signs of wear. Andre Emmerich calling card laid in. $30.00

Kenneth Sawyer, YUNKERS, PASTEL PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS, 1956-1957, Rose Fried Gallery, New York, 1957 Softbound, illustrated, octavo, 11 pages. VG overall with light signs of wear. Previous owner's name in ink inside front cover. $35.00

Kenneth Sawyer and Frank Lobdell, POEMS & DRAWINGS, Ben Kennedy for Bern Porter, no place (probably San Francisco), 1949 Softbound portfolio, 18 loose pages. Fade line and spot on cover. Overall VG. Interior very fresh, clean. Early example of abstract expressionism in the Bay Area. One of 500 copies. SOLD

Kent L. Seavey, ARTIST-TEACHERS & PUPILS, SAN FRANCISCO ART ASSOCIATION AND CALIFORNIA SCHOOL OF DESIGN, THE FIRST FIFTY YEARS, 1871-1921, California Historical Society, San Francisco, 1971 Softbound, 8vo, 14 pages, illustrated. Minor signs of wear, interior clean, good overall. Artists include Maynard Dixon, Thomas Hill, Armin Hansen, Anne Bremer, Albert Bierstadt, many others. SOLD

Kristian Sotriffer, KARL ROSSING, DIE LINOLSCHNITTE MIT EINEM VOLLSTANDIGEN WERKKATALOG, 1939-1974 VON ELISABETH RUCKER, Edition Tusch, Vienna, 1974 Softbound, illustrated, 132 pages. #279 of an unspecified edition. Very good condition overall with slight signs of wear, some soiling and corner wear to slipcase. 300 prints catalogued. $150.00

L. E., NATHAN OLIVEIRA, RECENT PAINTINGS, Felix Landau Gallery, Los Angeles, 1968 Sm. square 8vo, 14 pages, illustrated. VG overall with light signs of wear. $35.00

Laura M. Bickerstaff, PIONEER ARTISTS OF TAOS, Sage Books, Denver, 1955 Hardbound, dustjacket, illustrated, 93 pages, first edition. Book is near fine in a very good plus, price-clipped dustjacket with no tears or abrasions and only minor signs of soiling. A small address label appears to have been removed from the FEP leaving a rough rectangular area measuring about 3/4 by 2 1/4 inches. $200.00

Laurie Lee, ELISABETH FRINK, RECENT SCULPTURE, Felix Landau Gallery, Los Angeles, 1961 Softbound, small octavo, illustrated, 12 pages. Good overall with minor signs of wear. Previous owner's name inked on rear cover. Interior clean. $40.00

Lawrence Alloway, ASGER JORN, LUXURY PAINTINGS, Arthur Tooth & Sons, London, 1962 Softbound, octavo, illustrated, 24 pages. Good overall with minor signs of wear. Cover is an ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPH. Previous owner's name inked on upper left rear cover, not affecting image (previous owner was James Elliot, former curator of the Los Angeles County Museum and the University Art Museum, Berkeley). Interior clean. SOLD

Lawrence Alloway, ELLSWORTH KELLY, Arthur Tooth & Sons, London, 1962 Softbound, octavo, 16 pages, illustrated. VG condition overall with light signs of wear, interior clean. Nicely printed lithographic color plate illustrations by Graphis Press, London SOLD

Lawrence Alloway, PHILLIP HEFFERTON, PAINTINGS, Galeria Bonino, Ltd., New York, 1964 Softbound, octavo, 12 pages, illustrated. Good overall with cover rubbing, minor corner bumps, light signs of wear. $45.00

Lefcadio Hearn (translated by), JAPANESE FAIRY TALE SERIES NO. 25, CHIN CHIN KOBAKAMA, T. Hasegawa, 38 Yotsuya, Tokyo, no date Softbound, crepe paper, silk ties, illustrated, sm. octavo. Very good condition with light signs of wear. NO additional titles list on inside back cover. $250.00

Leon Kroll, edited by Fredson Bowers, Nancy Hale, LEON KROLL, A SPOKEN MEMOIR, University Press of Virginia, Charlottesville, 1983 Hardbound, illustrated, 289 pages, dustjacket. Brand new in original shrink wrap. $275.00

Linda Chase, DER NEUE REALISMUS IN AMERIKA, Rembrandt Verlag, Berlin, 1973 Quarto, pictorial cloth, 80 pages, illustrated. Text in German. Upper front corners bumped, minor signs of wear, interior clean, good overall. $150.00

Loretta Yarlow, JEWELRY AS SCULPTURE AS JEWELRY, Museum of Contemporary Art, Boston, 1973 Softbound, oblong quarto, illustrated, 24 pages. VG overall with light signs of wear. Exhibition of jewelry by major modern artists including Jean (Hans) Arp, Alexander Calder, Hans Richter, Lucio Fontana, Gio Pomodoro, Pablo Picasso, Beverly Pepper, Roy Lichtenstein, Max Ernst, others. SOLD

Lorne E. Render, AN ARTIST'S VIEW OF NATURE, CARL RUNGIUS, Provincial Museum and Archives of Alberta, Edmonton, 1969 Softbound, illustrated, 24 pages. VG+. Listed as "Publication No. 1." Render was curator of the art department of the Glenbow-Alberta Institute. $45.00

Louis Lerman, WINTER SOLDIERS, THE STORY OF A CONSPIRACY AGAINST THE SCHOOLS, Committee for Defense of Public Education, NY, 1941 Stiff wraps, unusual red and white spiral binding, 3 of 4 spirals separated on cover, 1st page separated entirely, remaining pages intact with only a few separations. Illustrations by Gellert, Lozowick, Gottleib, Soyer, etc. Overall condition good for such a fragile book. $175.00

Louise Bargelt (introduction), CHICAGO TRIBUNE BOOK OF HOMES CONTAINING NINETEEN PRIZE WINNING PLANS AND EIGHTY OTHER PLANS SUBMITTED TO....., Chicago Tribune, Chicago, 1927 Boards with cloth spine, large quarto, 110 pages, illustrated. Significant spotting, fade lines, and one minor gouge to rear board, spine good, binding solid, interior very good, clean, tight. These are designs for small homes, a number of which were eventually built in the Chicago area. $350.00

Ludwig Bemelmans, ROSEBUD, Random House, New York, 1942 Octavo, pictorial boards, paper spine, illustrated, dustjacket. Significant foxing throughout, wear to top and bottom of spine, dustjacket chipped and foxed. Other light signs of wear, binding solid. $145.00

Lynn S. Berman, ELMER STANLEY HADER, 1889-1973, PAINTER REDISCOVERED, A RETROSPECTIVE EXHIBITION, The Bergen Museum of Art and Science, Paramus, NJ, 1989 Softbound, oblong octavo, illustrated, 24 pages. Near fine, like new. $50.00

M. Avniel, P. K. Hoenich, M. B. Pomrock, FIFTY ARTISTS, Massadah Publishing, Haifa, circa 1955 Hardbound, chipped DJ, illustrated, 37 pp. text, 49 illus. VG. Painters and sculptors Association, Public Committee, Chagall's House, Haifa. Intro by Chagall. $135.00

Mabel and Helen Hyde, JINGLES FROM JAPAN AS SET FORTH BY THE GHINKS, A. M. Robertson, San Francisco, 1901 Scarce and fragile first edition. Stiff wraps, traditional Japanese string-tie binding, 43 pages, illustrated. Cover chips, professional tape repair, some spotting on front and back covers, typical yellowing of pages, edge wrinkling on fep, interior good. Woodcut illustrations are by collectible California artist Helen Hyde. $500.00

Madame Blanche Rousseau and others, JAMES ENSOR, PEINTRE & GRAVEUR, Librairie de la Societe Anonyme, Paris, 1899 Wraps, 111 illustrations, 2 in color (including cover), 100 pages. Original glassine cover protector almost entirely intact, small tear to fep. All in all, a remarkably fine copy of a very fragile item. $500.00

Madeleine Jarry, JUNE WAYNE, TAPISSERIES, LITHOGRAPHIES, June Wayne, no location, 1978 4to, 12 pages, illustrated. VG overall with light signs of wear. Illustrations include 4 strips of 35mm film negatives containing images of Wayne's art. These are tipped onto two pages of the catalogue and can be removed and photographically printed. Unusual. $45.00

Madeleine Jarry, THE CARPETS OF THE MANUFACTURE DE LA SAVONNERIE, F. Lewis, Publishers, Limited, Leigh-on-Sea, England, 1966 Hardbound, dustjacket, illustrated, 47 pages text, 97 black and white illustrations. Fine copy in near fine dustjacket with light wear and several very slight tears to lower edge. One of a limited edition of 500 copies. $300.00

Man Ray, AIKO MIYAWAKI EXHIBITION, Bertha Schaefer Gallery, New York, 1964 Softbound, small quarto, illustrated, 8 pages. Good overall with minor signs of wear. Interior clean. Loose color illustration of a painting laid in. Photograph of the artist in the catalogue is by Man Ray. $75.00

Marilyn Marsh, SAUTTER HOUSE FIVE, WALLPAPERS OF A GERMAN-AMERICAN FARMSTEAD, Papillon Area Historical Society, Omaha, 1983 Softbound, quarto, illustrated, 33 pages. Good overall with minor signs of wear. $85.00

Marilyn McCray, William R. Ptaszynski, Howard Warshaw, RICO LEBRUN, DRAWINGS AND SCULPTURE, APRIL 20-JUNE 1, 1975, University Art Collections, Matthews Center, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ,1975 Softbound, 8vo, 32 pages, illustrated, 1 of 1000 copies. VG/NF. $50.00

Marion Holden, THE AMERICAN MAGAZINE OF ART, VOLUME 17, NO. 1, JANUARY 1926, American Federation of Arts, New York, 1926 Wraps, 52 pages, illustrated, large 8vo. Good overall with typical signs of wear, light folding particularly at edges, etc. Interior clean. Articles on Pewabic pottery, William S. Horton, John Elliott-- all illustrated. $40.00

Mark Levy, SQUEAK CARNWATH, Dorothy Goldeen Gallery, SF, 1991 Softbound, small octavo, 8 pages (stapled and fold-out), illustrated. VG overall. Stamps and address label on rear cover. $30.00

Martin E. Petersen, THE JOURNAL OF SAN DIEGO HISTORY (INCLUDING THE ARTICLE "MAURICE BRAUN: MASTER OF THE CALIFORNIA LANDSCAPE"), San Diego Historical Society, San Diego, Summer 1977 Issue Softbound, octavo, illustrated, 104 pages. Good overall, light signs of wear, interior clean. Contains a 21 page article on Maurice Braun including a selected list of known works by the artist and extensive bibliographic footnote references. $135.00

Mary Francey, DEPRESSION PRINTMAKERS AS WORKERS, RE-DEFINING TRADITIONAL INTERPRETATIONS, Utah Museum of Fine Arts, Salt Lake City, 1988 Quarto, softbound, illustrated, 84 pages. Very good condition overall, interior very clean. $110.00

Mary Fuller McChesney, A PERIOD OF EXPLORATION, SAN FRANCISCO, 1945-1950, Oakland Museum, Oakland, 1973 Softbound in beige burlap, oblong quarto, illustrated, 103 pages. VG. Best reference on this period of art in the San Francisco Bay Area. SOLD

Mary Jean Smith Madigan introduction, EASTLAKE-INFLUENCED AMERICAN FURNITURE, 1870-1890, Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, 1973 Quarto, wraps, approximately 65 pages, illustrated. G-VG overall. Two lines down back of spine which indicate cracking, although all pages are still attached. Interior clean, minor signs of wear. $165.00

Maudette Ball, NATHAN OLIVEIRA, PRINT RETROSPECTIVE: 1949-1980, California State University, Long Beach, 1980 Softbound, illustrated, 69 pages. Good condition overall. Catalogue raisonne. $90.00

Maurice Collet, PHOTO 49, SPECIAL NUMBER OF ADVERTISING AND GRAPHIC ART, Publicite et Arts Graphiques, Geneva, circa 1949 Softbound, quarto, illustrated, 168 pages. Front cover rubbed, wear to extremities of spine. Interior clean. Good overall. Text in French, German, English. Good period survey of photography in Switzerland. $125.00

Maurice Frink, EDWIN W. DEMING, Thomas Gilcrease Institute, Tulsa, 1971 Softbound, 4to, approximately 20 pages, illustrated. VG overall. $50.00

Maurits Smeyers, FLAMISCHE BUCHMALEREI, VOM 8. BIZ ZUR MITTE DES 16. JAHRHUNDERTS, Verlag Urachhaus, Leuven, Belgium, 1999 Hardbound, dustjacket, slipcase, large quarto, illustrated, 528 pages, text in German. Very good/near fine condition overall. Extensive survey of early Flemish book arts from the the eighth century through the 1600's. All color illustrations. $225.00

Max-Pol Fouchet, JOHNNY FRIEDLAENDER, OEUVRE, 1961-1965, Touchstone, NY, circa 1966 Catalogue raisonne. Original litho laid in. Plastic wrapper over cloth binding. VG-NF in good slipcase. $175.00

Maxfield Parrish, CALENDAR OF SUNSHINE, Dodge Publishing Company, New York, 1919 Softbound, ribbon tie, 53 pages, illustrated. Fair condition with chips, bends and small tears to front cover, sporadic pencil notes in the calender which can easily be erased or just left alone. Cover illustration by Maxfield Parrish $150.00

Maximillian Vox, A. M. CASSANDRE POSTERS, Zollikofer and Company, St. Gall, Switzerland, 1948 Hardbound, dustjacket and original glassine protector, 118 pages, illustrated. Several chips along top edge of jacket; light soiling along spine. Light signs of wear to book, interior clean. Very good overall. Rare in dustjacket. $450.00

Maxwell Armfield, THE HANGING GARDEN AND OTHER VERSE (POEMS), Simkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co., London, 1914 Blue grey boards, beige cloth spine, small quarto, illustrated, 75 pages. Light soiling to boards, fade line across top of front cover, light extremity wear at corners and spine, lower rear corner bump, other minor signs of wear. Interior clean; binding solid. Good overall. SIGNED by Armfield. $225.00

Mel Bochner, MEL BOCHNER: TWENTY-FIVE DRAWINGS, 1973-1980, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, 1981 Softbound, octavo, illustrated, 11 pages. VG overall with minor signs of wear. Museum stamp on rear cover. Interior clean. $40.00

Mel Scott, CITIES ARE FOR PEOPLE, THE LOS ANGELES REGION PLANS FOR LIVING, Pacific Southwest Academy, Los Angeles, 1942 Publication XXI of the Pacific Southwest Academy. Softbound, quarto, illustrated, 111 pages. Good to very good overall, previous owner's name on title page, light lower right corner bump, interior clean. Designed by Alvin Lustig, illustrated by Bob Holdeman, and with photographs of the Los Angeles area showing good and bad design (or what was considered as such at that time). $225.00

Melinda Wortz, UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA IRVINE, 1965-75, La Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art, La Jolla, 1975. Wraps, octavo, illustrated, 95 pages. G overall with minor signs of wear and rubbing to covers. Errata slip laid in. Interior clean. Extensive 10 year survey of art at the University, artist statements. Artists include Joe Goode, Ron Davis, John Paul Jones, Vija Celmins. $90.00

Merle Armitage, Arthur Millier, Jean Charlot, Edward Weston, others, THE ART OF EDWARD WESTON, E. Weyhe, New York, 1932 Large quarto, hardbound, illustrated, unpaged (approximately 100 pages). White section of spine moderately soiled with a small professional repair to the lower rear edge, black cover moderately scratched, interior generally clean except for light spots of foxing to edges of half title, one inch circular spot on lower left of page one where it was stuck to the adjacent page, prints clean, interior good. Book is protected in a black and white fabric clamshell box (vg/nf condition). Book is number 27 of 550, signed by Weston. Additionally inscribed by Weston to a Bertha Blakeley on the back of the title page. $4000.00

Meyrle Evans, Lorna Sass, others, FOR THE TABLETOP (TABLE TOP), American Craft Museum, New York, 1980 Softbound, square 4to, illustrated, 64 pages. Light wear to covers, interior clean. VG overall. Catalogue listing of objects in the show laid in. Designers include Alvar Aalto, Arne Jacobsen, Walter Gropius, Russel Wright, many others. 249 items in show. $80.00

Michael Benedikt, Donald Judd, Robert Smithson, Lawrence Alloway, Stephanie Rose, William Berkson, Gerald Nordland, 7 SCULPTORS, ANTHONY CARO, JOHN CHAMBERLAIN, DONALD JUDD, ALEXANDER LIEBERMAN, TINA MATKOVIC, DAVID SMITH, ANNE TRUITT, Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, circa 1965 Softbound, square octavo, illustrated, 44 pages. VG with small tear to upper edge rear cover and smaller tear to upper edge last page, not affecting text, illustrations; other light signs of wear. $185.00

Michael Ivankovich, THE ALPHABETICAL AND (&) NUMERICAL INDEX TO WALLACE NUTTING PICTURES, Diamond Press, Doylestown, PA, 1988 Softbound, octavo, several illustrations, 312 pages. VG+ with very minor signs of wear. Two page press release from author, signed by author, laid in. $185.00

Michel Butor, Harold Rosenberg, Saul Steinberg (illustrator), Inge Morath (photographer), LE MASQUE, Maeght Editeur, Paris, 1966 Hardbound, dustjacket, plastic jacket protector, illustrated, oblong quarto. Fraying to extremities of spine, significant pieces missing from clear plastic jacket protector, minor spotting and discoloration to dustjacket where plastic is missing, some tears at spine extremities and wear to front corner. This copy is #169 of a special limited edition of 300 containing an ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPH, laid in, and PENCIL SIGNED AND NUMBERED BY STEINBERG. $450.00

Montague Marks, editor, THE ART AMATEUR, A MONTHLY JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE CULTIVATION OF ART IN THE HOME, Montague Marks, NY, 1886 Folio, paper boards, cloth spine, approximately 300 pages, fold-outs, illustrated. Volumes XV and XVI, 12 issues, June 1886-May 1887, bound in publisher's binding with cumulative index including extra plates and fold-out supplements. Edgewear and rubbing to covers, wear to spine with several holes to outer cloth. Interior clean. Good overall. $450.00

Mortimer J. Cohen, BETH SHOLOM SYNAGOGUE, No publisher (probably Beth Sholom Synagogue), no location (probably Elkins Park, PA), 1959 Hardbound, illustrated, 34 pages. POSTCARD of synagogue laid in. G-VG. Very light signs of wear. Building designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. $250.00

Mrs. C. C. Filkins, THE CHINA PAINTERS A B C, A PRIMER FOR BEGINNERS, Mrs. C. C. Filkins, Buffalo, 1915 Softbound, illustrated, 147 pages. 1/4 inch missing from top of spine, minor cover bend, small piece missing at bottom corner of first page, good condition overall. Illustrations include chromolithographic color plates of surface designs and black and white examples of finished pieces credited to the artists who made them including Robineau, Cherry, Wilson, Clements, etc. $150.00

Nancy Dustin Wall Moure, WILLIAM WENDT, Laguna Beach Museum of Art, Laguna Beach, 1977 Softbound, illustrated, approximately 64 pages. Limited to 1000 copies. VG with minor signs of wear, occasional neat pencil check marks next to text or illustrations, and a minor cover stain. $150.00

Nancy Dustin Wall Moure, PERCY GRAY (1869-1952), Stewart Galleries, Palm Springs, 1991 Softbound, quarto, 22 pages, illustrated. VG overall with light signs of wear. Sale of 30 paintings by Gray, all illustrated in color, 2 oils, 28 watercolors. $110.00

Nancy McClelland, WALL-PAPERS, OLD AND NEW; EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS, Nancy McClelland, Inc., NY, circa 1920's Wraps, illustrated, 68 pages including advertisements. Wallpaper catalogue put out by this significant author and interior decorator. Illustrations of available patterns with prices per roll. $90.00

Nat Cowan, THE SPRINGBOK ANNUAL OF PHOTOGRAPHY, Africa House, Johannesburg, 1947 Wraps, 79 pages, illustrated. 4to, VG+, even has remains of the original glassine protector. Catalogue of the Tenth South African Salon of International Photography. Includes photographers from around the world with particular emphasis on those from South Africa. $145.00

Nicholas A. Calcagno, NEW DEAL MURALS IN OKLAHOMA, Oklahoma Humanities Commission, Miami, OK, 1975. Softcover, oblong quarto, 52 pages, bw & color illustrations. Light signs of wear to cover. Overall Good with a taped one inch tear on front cover. Includes 2 paged typed letter and one page written letter to WPA artist Lloyd Goff, regarding WPA research and thanks for assistance. Catalogue inscribed to Goff by Calgano. SOLD

Nicholas Roerich, HIMALAYAS, ADOBE OF LIGHT, Nalanda Publications, Bombay; David Marlowe Ltd., London, 1947 Board covers, cloth spine with paper title/author pastedown, 180 pages, illustrated, tipped-on plates. Good overall, spine fade, covers fair only with bends to front cover (one possibly cracked on the inside, neatly repaired with rice-paper). Interior very good, clean. Bio of Roerich laid in, as is the original purchase receipt from The Atlantis Bookshop in London. $300.00

Nicolas Calas, BLOODFLAMES, Hugo Gallery, New York, 1947 Wraps, octavo, illustrated, 16 pages plus 6 pages of illustrations. VG overall with light signs of wear. Cover illustration by Frederick Kiesler. SOLD

Nicolas Schoffer, LE SPATIODYNAMISME, Editions "AA", Paris, circa 1955 Stiff wrappers, small 8vo, approximately 30 pages, illustrated. Essay by Schoffer. Possibly the manifesto of the movement. Condition very good, some pages uncut. $350.00

No Author, INTERNATIONAL DIRECTORY OF ARTS, 23RD EDITION, 1997/98, K. G. Saur, Munich, 1997 Hardbound, 2 volumes, 1465 pages total. Ex-Lib. Very good condition with minor signs of wear. This is a major art reference set and contains contact information for tens of thousands of art museums, art galleries, art restorers, art publishers, art dealers, art periodicals, antiquarian art booksellers, and more. $110.00

No Author, 1944 SAN FRANCISCO INTERNATIONAL SALON OF PHOTOGRAPHY, M. H. deYoung Museum, SF, 1944 Softbound, octavo, 32 pages, illustrated. Good overall with minor signs of wear and some foxing to front and rear pages. 275 photographs by American photographers listed. $65.00

No author, JUTE, CULTIVATION AND PREPARATION (VOL.1); JUTE, ASSORTING & BAILING (VOL. 2); JUTE, ITS MANUFACTURE (VOL. 3); JUTE, BAILING FOR EXPORT (VOL. 4), Johnston & Hoffmann, Calcutta, circa 1900 Four volumes, cloth bound, each consisting of approximately original photographs mounted on stiff board, captioned sequentially, showing how jute is manufactured from planting through loading onto ships for export. Every detail of the process is documented. Superb photo essay. Condition of photograps G-VG+. Water spotting to the covers of 2 volumes. $1600.00

No author, WILLIAM KLEIN, SCHILDERIJEN, FOTO'S, FILMS, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, 1967 Wraps, illustrated, 20 pages. Vintage exhibition on the work of this important photographer. VG/VG+ $60.00

No author, 1963 ILLUSTRATED DIRECTORY OF THE MONTEREY PENINSULA, CALIFORNIA, Auxiliary of the Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula, Monterey, 1963 Wraps, spiral binding, 224 pages, illustrated. Minor cover wear, rubbing. Overall good. Contains names, addresses of individuals in the area; names addresses and phone numbers of advertisers. The most interesting aspect of the directory is that it's illustrated with photographs by area photographers including Wynn Bullock, Edward Weston, Henry Gilpin, Morley Baer, George Siedeneck, Cole Weston, Ansel Adams, and others. $100.00

No author, JAPANESE AND CHINESE ART TREASURES SELECTED BY MIMOTO CHOJIRO AND OTHERS, A. A. Vantine & Company, NY, 1878 Wraps, 54 pages. Asian art auction held in Baltimore on March 4-6, 1878. Minor chips and tears. Good overall considering the fragility of the item. 24 pages of text discussing different categories of artifacts, 600 lots offered for sale. $90.00

No author, HANS BELLMER, 25 YEARS OF GRAPHIC WORK, DRAWINGS & PRINTS, 1942-1967, Lerner-Misrachi Gallery, NY, 1972 Wraps, small 8vo, 16 pages, illustrated. Good. Lists 79 prints done between 1944-67. Includes corrections and annotations to Bellmer, Oeuvre Grave, Denoel, Paris, 1969. $70.00

No author, ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE OF THE POST-EXPOSITION EXHIBITION IN THE DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS, PANAMA-PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION, SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA, JANUARY FIRST TO MAY FIRST, NINETEEN HUNDRED & SIXTEEN, San Francisco Art Association, San Francisco, 1916 Wrappers, 112 pages, illustrated. Minor pencil notations here and there throughout the book. Major art exhibition held the year following the Panama-Pacific Exposition. 7025 works of art listed. Good condition overall. $275.00

No author, PARIS MODERNE ET SES ENVIRONS, No publisher, Paris, circa 1860's Oblong octavo, no text, 30 original lithographs in black, white and sepia. Art by Hautecoeur Freres, impressions by Lemercier, Rue de Seine 57, Paris. Nice clean copy with minor signs of wear, G-VG overall. $300.00

No author, THE GAMBLE HOUSE; ARCHITECTS, GREENE AND GREENE, City of Pasadena and the University of Southern California, Pasadena, circa 1966 One page folded into 3 sections, one illustration. VG+ Announcement of the presentation of the Gamble house to the City of Pasadena and USC in 1966 by the Gamble family. The announcement also contains basic information about the house, its location, hours of operation, and the Greene and Greene Endowment Fund. Scarce. $25.00

No author, PERMANENT COLLECTION CATALOGUE, SPRINGVILLE MUSEUM OF ART, Springville Museum of Art, Springville, Utah, 1972 Oblong, wrappers, 75 pages, illustrated. Minor soiling and signs of wear to white paper covers. Interior clean. Catalogue of this American art collection includes dimensions, titles, mediums of all pieces, and bios of artists. $125.00

No author, A COLLECTION OF OBJETS D'ART AND JEWELS DESIGNED BY SALVADOR DALI AND PRESENTED BY THE CATHERWOOD FOUNDATION OF BRYN MAWR, PA., Catherwood Foundation, Bryn Mawr, circa 1960 Softbound, large square 8vo, 16 pages, illustrated. Good overall with signs of wear, small stamp on title page, several light pencil markings. Photographs by C. Egerton Warburton. Text in French, Spanish, English, German. $60.00

No author, LANGLEY'S SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY FOR THE YEAR COMMENCING 1880, Francis Valentine & Co., San Francisco, 1880 Hardbound, original boards with advertisements, 8vo, 1147 pages, lvi pages of advertisements. Covers detached but present, wear to spine, interior clean, lacks map. Good condition overall. One color lithographed advertisement for A. L. Bancroft & Co., Printers. $250.00

No author, THE CHRIST AND ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST, A RUBBING MADE BY PAUL LANDACRE DIRECTLY FROM A FIFTEENTH CENTUY FLEMISH WOODBLOCK, Jake Zeitlin, No location (probably Los Angeles), probably 1931 Paper portfolio containing a folded coversheet and a matted print, quarto. Minor wear to cover, darkening to edges of cover and front edge of folded coversheet. Print is in excellent condition, pencil signed by Landacre, and numbered 73/80. $385.00

No author, A BUSINESS BOOKLET FOR INDIAN ARTISTS AND CRAFTSMEN, Indian Arts and Crafts Board, U.S. Department of the Interior, Washington, D.C., 1956 Softbound, illustrated, 48 pages. VG+ overall with light signs of wear. Government publication teaching American Indians how to do basic business, accounting, sales forms, getting new customers, buying supplies etc. State by state list of arts and crafts organizations at rear. Unusual item. $125.00

No author, CALIFORNIA BLACK CRAFTSMEN, Mills College Art Gallery, Oakland, 1970 Softbound, illustrated, 8vo. 3 words penned o back cover, VG/NF overall. "An Exhibition of Nineteen Black Craftsmen living and working in California." Women were also in this exhibition. Bios of artists, examples of their work, and photographs of all the participants. $75.00

No author, SECOND BIENNIAL INVITATIONAL DRAWING EXHIBITION 2, Otis Art Institute, Los Angeles, 1966 Softbound, 8vo, approximately 40 pages, illustrated. VG overall. Exhibition heavy with works by California artists, although the show is national in nature. Artists include Charles White, Jan Stussy, Emil Kosa Jr., William Brice. $50.00

No author, ARTISTS OF LOS ANGELES AND VICINITY, 1958 ANNUAL EXHIBITION, Los Angeles County Museum, Los Angeles, 1958 Softbound, oblong 8vo, 36 pages, illustrated. VG overall. Best survey of Southern California artists of the time period. sold

No author, EXHIBITION OF PAINTINGS BY BEN MESSICK, M. H. DeYoung Memorial Museum, San Francisco, 1947 One page folded, one illustration, 34 works of art listed. VG condition. $25.00

No author, JOHN F. KENNEDY UNIVERSITY ART COLLECTION, John F. Kennedy University, Orinda, California, circa 1979 Softbound, oblong 8vo, approximately 70 pages, illustrated. VG overall with light signs of wear and rubbing to covers. This collection was auctioned of in its entirety in the 1980's; this is the only surviving record of the collection. $100.00

No author, WATERCOLORS AND RELATED MEDIA BY CONTEMPORARY CALIFORNIANS, Baxter Art Gallery, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, 1977 Looseleaf 3-ring binder with approximately 30 looseleaf pages, illustrated. VG overall with light signs of wear. Artists include Richard Diebenkorn, Kenneth Price, Bruce Nauman, Nathan Oliveira, Edward Ruscha, William Wiley, Billy Al Bengston, others. Unusual. $80.00

No author, ACADEMY NOTES, GOLDEN JUBILEE NUMBER, The Buffalo Fine Arts Academy, Buffalo, NY, 1912. Pictorial wraps with string tie, 4to, [44] pages, 26 illustrations. Covers worn and bent where edges overlap pages, interior clean. Good overall. Photographers include Karl Strauss, Augustus Thibaudeau, George Hare, Oscar Anthony. $100.00

No author, JOSEPH GOLDYNE, RECENT WORKS, MONOPRINTS, WATERCOLORS, PAINTINGS, Quay Gallery, San Francisco, CA, circa 1974. Pictorial wraps, quarto, 34 pages, 6 bw plates & 8 color plates. Upper left corner bent. Interior clean. Good. $24.00

No author, 66TH ANNUAL EXHIBITION OF WESTERN ART, Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO, Summer 1960. Softbound, oblong octavo, 12 pages, illustrated in bw. VG. $45.00

No author, THE 64TH ANNUAL FOR WESTERN ARTISTS, Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO, Summer 1958. Softbound, oblong octavo, 12 pages, illustrated in bw. Light bending to cover near spine. VG overall. $45.00

No author, PAUL WONNER, ILLUSTRATIONS FOR AN IMAGINARY BOOK OF POEMS CALLED "LUNACY" AND OTHER ILLUSTRATIONS, Charles Campbell Gallery, San Francisco, CA 1974. Softbound, octavo, 16 pages, 13 bw plates. VG. $45.00

No author, SELECTIONS FROM THE WORK OF CALIFORNIA ARTISTS, San Antonio Art League, San Antonio, CA, 1965. Pictorial wraps, quarto, 16 pages, illustrated in bw. Minor stains to edges of front cover and page edges, light soiling to back. Good overall. Pictures works by Wayne Thiebaud, David Park, Richard Diebenkorn, Stanton MacDonald-Wright, Robert Cremean, Karl Benjamin, Elmer Bischoff, Claire Falkenstein and others. $50.00

No author, SPEAKING OF HOUSES, HAMILTON BEATTY, ALLEN JOHN STRANG, ARCHITECTS, Hamilton Beatty, Allen John Strang, Architects, Madison, Wisconsin, circa 1940. Spiral bound pictorial wraps, oblong octavo, 40 pages, b/w illustrations. Front cover lightly worn at edges, inch-long abrasion near upper left corner, interior clean. Overall good. Each page shows photo of a modern interior or exterior captioned with a brief explanation. Monograph on Madison architects Hamilton Beatty and Allen John Strang. $325.00

No author, BYLINE, VOLUME 2, NUMBER 2, Knapp & Tubbs Inc., Chicago, IL, circa 1958. Pictorial wraps, octavo, 12 pages, illustrated. Light bend along top of front cover and first few pages. Overall VG. Two pages containing illustrations and short essay on George Nakashima furniture. $60.00

No author, BULLETIN OF THE MILLS COLLEGE ART GALLERY, NUMBER TWO, MARCH 1942, Mills College, Oakland, CA, March 1942. Softbound, octavo, 40 mimeographed pages, 11 bw illustrations tipped in. Summaries of exhibitions 1940-41 each with an illustration. Bends to front and back covers and corners of some pages. Overall good. Artists exhibited include Roi Partridge, Orozco, Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, Lyonel Feininger. $40.00

No author, ART AT THE EDGE, RAY SMITH, High Museum of Art, Atlanta, 1993 Broadside, large folio, folded, illustrated, text in English and Spanish. Checklist of the exhibition laid in, text in Spanish and English. VG+ overall. $45.00

No author, CHASE ARCHITECTURAL BRONZE EXTRUDED SHAPES, Chase Brass & (and) Copper Company, Waterbury, CT, circa 1930's Stiff bronze colored cardboard covers, red plastic spiral binding, 155 pages, illustrated. Good condition overall with rear cover bend and other light signs of wear. Interior clean. Hundreds of line drawings of cornices, hand rails, door jambs, glass frames, grille bars, mouldings, ceiling and indirect light fixtures, and more-- all with dimensions. Also includes some photographed examples of the bronzework installed in interiors and exteriors of buildings, and several photographs of the Chase factory. Good period example of modern catalogue design. $245.00

No author, CATALOGUE OF CAPRONI CASTS, SUBJECTS FOR DRAWING AND MODELING CLASSES, P.P. Caproni and Brother, Boston, 1911 Quarto, softbound, cloth tape spine, illustrated, 80 pages. Good condition overall, two cover spots, previous owner's name on cover/title page, several rubber stamps from the Caproni company. Hundreds of illustrations including pictures of the company interior and exterior. $300.00

No author, FROM THE COLLECTIONS OF GEORG JENSEN INC., Georg Jensen, Inc., New York, 1940 Softbound, illustrated, large quarto, 64 pages. Good overall with light cover soiling, interior clean. Large catalog of Georg Jensen Inc. including linens, toys, silver, glass, jewelry, ceramics, dinnerware, and other decorative arts and gifts. Karl Drerup enamels, Carl Sorensen bronze pieces, Haviland, etc, etc. $175.00

Nya Stromningar (editor?), FRANSK SURREALISM, Spektrum, Stockholm, 1933 Illustrations by Dali, Duchamp, Man Ray, others. Texts by Dali, Breton, Tzara, Rimbaud, others. Minor soiling to spine, interior very nice and clean, several slightly wrinkled pages, pages solidly bound but beginning to separate from cover (nothing a little glue can't fix). Good condition overall. $150.00

Oliver Statler, introduction, WOOD CUT (WOODCUT) PRINTS, KIYOSHI SAITO, Kiyoshi Saito Studio, Tokyo, 1957 Softbound, approximately 46 pages, illustrated. Good condition overall with light wrinkling to cover. Interior crisp, clean. Approximately 100 prints illustrated, some color, mostly black and white, with dimensions, titles, dates. Text on back cover states that out-of-print editions (as of April 1, 1957) are denoted with asterisks. $225.00

Oliver Tonks, Nicholas Martinovitch, M. Riefstahl, THE KEVORKIAN COLLECTION: PERSIAN & EGYPTIAN ART, ORIENTAL RUGS, CLASSIC & MEDIAEVAL SCULPTURES, American Art Association, NY, 1928 Wraps, small quarto, illustrated, 271 pages. Significant spotting to front cover, chip and tears to edges of cover, chip in lower front corner, spine chip at lower edge, lower front corners of first few pages bent, cocked slightly forward. Clean interior. Otherwise good. Major auction of this significant collection, 474 items. $185.00

Palazzeschi, Aldo and others, PRIMO CONTI, Silvana Editoriale d'Arte, Milan, circa 1974 Hardbound, glassine wrapper, 191 pages, square octavo, Inscribed by Conti in 1981. VG $100.00

Pamela Quinn, Michael O'Connor, various authors, NEW PERFORMANCE MAGAZINE, 5 EARLY ISSUES; VOLUME1, NUMBERS 1, 3, 4; VOLUME 2, NUMBERS 1, 2, Oberlin Dance Collective, San Francisco, 1977-1981 Softbound, illustrated, 50-90 pages each, oblong quarto. Good condition overall with typical signs of wear. Subscription envelopes and correction sheets laid in to several issues. Cover illustrations appear to be early color photocopies and tipped onto each cover, Volume 1, #4 appears to lack color cover illustration. Articles and interviews on Winston Tong, George Coates, Mangrove, Snake Theater, Livia blankman , Naomi Gruen, Deborah Jowitt, Senta Driver, Studio Scarabee, Herb Blau, Kraken, etc. $250.00

Paul Mills, WESTERN PAINTERS' ANNUAL EXHIBITION, Oakland Art Museum, Oakland, 1955 Wraps, illustrated, 14 pages, 98 works of art catalogued. Art is supposedly from 11 Western states, but it's almost exclusively by CA artists. Richard Diebenkorn won the Gold Medal and a one-man "Guest of Honor" exhibition. His winning painting is illustrated. $50.00

Paul Swiridoff, IM PARADIES ZUHAUS, RUDOLF FRANK BAUT IM TESSIN, Verlag Paul Swiridoff Schwabisch Hall, West Germany, 1977 Hardbound, quarto, illustrated, dustjacket, 152 pages. VG+/VG. Several tears to dustjacket, but they're covered by a jacket protector. Illustrations and plans of large homes by Rudolf Frank, particularly on hillsides, country mountain settings, in warm climates. Stucco, tile roofs. $350.00

Pedro J. Lemos, MODERN ART BUILDING EXTERIORS, The School Arts Magazine, Worcester, MA, 1930. 32 loose B&W plates in pictorial folder showing examples of deco style architecture including store fronts, public buildings, dwellings, gardens. Photographs and illustrations. Some plates appear to be of buildings at the Paris Exposition of 1925. Several additional plates included; plates 5, 7, 17 of a series called INTERIORS AND FURNITURE; 3 color plates of exteriors, possibly from another series of building exteriors. Cover worn and taped, tears on 3 plates professionally repaired. Several plates with folds. Good overall. $200.00

Perry Peterson, THE TECHNIQUE OF PERRY PETERSON, Art Instruction, Inc., Minneapolis, 1952 Folio, wraps, 47 pages, illustrated. Good overall with minor signs of wear. $175.00

Peter Clothier, BETYE SAAR, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, 1984 Softbound, fold-over cover, octavo, illustrated, 59 pages. VG overall with light bend to cover and first several pages, interior clean, other minor signs of wear. Limited to 2500 copies. Loosely inserted at the end of the catalogue is a translucent envelope with the words "You can make art out of anything. Betye Saar" and containing a "fortune teller fish," made in Taiwan, that you place in the palm of your hand and tell your fortune according to which parts move when skin contact is made. $135.00

Peter Olufsen, others, SCANDINAVIAN ADVERTISING ART, ADVERTISING ART IN NORWAY, FINLAND, SWEDEN, AND DENMARK, Frederick A. Praeger, New York, 1967 Hardbound, quarto, illustrated, 117 pages plus advertisements. Good to Very good overall, interior clean. Light signs of wear, particularly to front corners of board covers. SOLD

Pierre Boogaerts, ROBOT, ROBOTS ET AUTRES FUSEES D'AVANT LA LUNE, Futuropolis, Paris, 1978 Softbound, unpaged (approx. 200-250 pages), illustrated. Good condition overall with minor signs of wear. Corner bends on covers, cellophane is beginning to separate from paper. Interior is clean. 296 robots illustrated in color and black and white. Additional illustrations in the text-- text is in French. Index lists titles, basic details, and names of owners of each robot. $240.00

Pierre Descargues, ROBERT MULLER, La Connaissance, Brussels, 1971 Catalogue raisonne. G-VG. $150.00

Pierre Restany, L'ALTRA FACCIA DELL'ARTE, THE OTHER FACE OF ART, Editoriale Domus, Milan, 1979 Unusual thick masonite pictorial covers, 72 pages, illustrated, cloth spine. Survey of postwar art. VG+. Text in French, English, Italian. $200.00

Priscilla Colt, EDGAR TOLSON, KENTUCKY GOTHIC, University of Kentucky Art Museum, Lexington, 1981 Softbound, illustrated, 64 pages, sm. square quarto. VG overall, interior clean. Limited to 1500 copies. $90.00

Rachael Griffin, A RETROSPECTIVE EXHIBITION OF PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS BY CHARLES HOWARD VOORHIES, 1901-1970, Portland Art Museum, Portland, Oregon, 1972 Softbound, oblong octavo, 30 pages, illustrated. Good overall with cover rubbing, other normal signs of wear, light bend and small tear to rear cover. Interior clean. 175 pieces listed. Best reference on the artist. $55.00

Randell L. Makinson, THE PRAIRIE SCHOOL REVIEW, VOLUME V, NUMBER 4; GREENE AND GREENE: THE GAMBLE HOUSE AND AN ACADEMIC PAPER: THE GAMBLE HOUSE, Prairie School Press, Palos Park, IL, fourth quarter, 1968 Wrappers, 31 pages, illustrated. Light spotting, soiling and wear to covers, interior very good. Two early articles on Greene and Greene's Gamble house in Pasadena, CA by noted expert and its curator at the time, Randell Makinson. The Gamble house was presented to the City of Pasadena and the University of California by the Gamble family in 1966. $50.00

Ray Di Palma, METAK, Ray Di Palma, no location, 1981 Wraps, octavo, illustrated, 18 pages. VG overall with minor bends and edgewear and one 1/2 inch tear (rear) to covers. Each page consists of two rubber stamps, one of a stationary object and the other of an object that appears to be in motion and falling on the stationary object. Signed and dated 1981 by Di Palma, inside rear cover. $185.00

Reginald Fisher, Lez Haas, A RETROSPECTIVE EXHIBITION OF PAINTING BY RAYMOND JONSON, University of New Mexico Art Gallery, Santa Fe, 1956 Softbound, illustrated, 22 pages, octavo. Good overall, interior clean. Musty odor will likely dissipate over time. $75.00

Rene Gabriel, ENSEMBLES MOBILIERS, VOLUME 7, 1946, Editions d'Art Charles Moreau, Paris, 1946 Portfolio, string ties, text introcuction and plate descriptions, 48 loose gravure plates. Portfolio covers worn, top 2 inches of cloth binding cover missing from top of spine, bottom of spine has tears. Good condition overall with light spotting on title page of text and yellowing to edges of gravure illustrations. Excellent reference for contemporary furnishings of the time. SOLD

Rene-Yvon Lefebvre d'Argence, CHANG DAI-CHIEN, A RETROSPECTIVE, Center of Asian Art and Culture, San Francisco, 1972 Stiff wrappers, octavo, illustrated, 130 pages. VG overall with minor signs of wear. Interior clean. SOLD

Rhoda E. A. Hackler, KOA FURNITURE OF HAWAII, University of Hawaii Art Gallery, Honolulu, 1981 Stiff wraps, 68 pages, illustrated. VG overall with lower right corner bump. Promotional materials laid in. $175.00

Richard Buncher, TRETCHIKOFF, Howard Timmins, Cape Town, South Africa, 1950 Folio, beige textured boards, spiral bound, illustrated, some tipped-in color plates, unpaginated. Top and bottom bump to spine, minor signs of wear, aging; interior fresh, clean; overal G-VG. $185.00

Richard Herre, UECHT GRUPPE, Druck von Carl & August Ulshofer, Stuttgart, circa 1919 Wrappers, small 8vo, approximately 26 pages, illustrated. Text in German. Loosely translates that this group, consisting of Baumeister, Graf, Kinzinger, A. Muller, Schlemmer, and Spiegel is separating from traditions such as Impressionism and breaking from Italian and Russian modernists to stand distinctly as Germans. Several folds to cover, overall condition g/vg for this fragile and scarce exhibition catalogue. $325.00

Richard N. Gregg, JOHN E. COSTIGAN, A RETROSPECTIVE EXHIBITION, Paine Art Center and Arboretum, Oshkosh, WI, 1968. Pictorial wraps, quarto, 36 pages, 13 b&w and 13 color illustrations, 1/5,000 copies. NF. $110.00

Richard W. Longstreth, JULIA MORGAN, ARCHITECT, Berkeley Architectural Heritage Association, Berkeley, 1977 Softbound, oblong octavo, 36 pages, illustrated. Cover and page bends, interior clean, fair-good overall. Julia Morgan designed Hearst Castle. The first significant catalogue to focus on the work of this important California architect. $45.00

Rico Lebrun, RICO LEBRUN, PAINTINGS & DRAWINGS, Boston University Art Gallery, Boston, MA, 1959 Softbound, 8vo, 8 pages, 3 B&W illustrations, VG. Text by Lebrun. $40.00

Rikki Streicher, Introduction, MAUD'S, THE FIRST TWENTY YEARS, 1966-1986, no publisher, no location (probably San Francisco, California), no date (circa 1986) Softbound, illustrated, 44 pages, quarto. Good condition overall with light spotting to rear cover. Interior clean. Pictorial history (numerious photos with people identified) and essays about this celebrated San Francisco lesbian bar. Topics include sports, freshman, sophomore, and senior classes. $125.00

Robert A. Ewing, HENRY C. BALINK, A RETROSPECTIVE EXHIBITION, Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe, 1966 Softbound, square octavo, 16 pages, illustrated. Good overall with typical signs of light wear. Interior clean. $75.00

Robert Irwin, ROBERT IRWIN (NOTES TOWARD A MODEL), Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, 1977 Wrappers, spiral bound, 56 pages, illustrated, oblong octavo. G/VG overall with light wear, interior clean. $125.00

Robert S. Olpin, DICTIONARY OF UTAH ART, Salt Lake Art Center, Salt Lake City, 1980 Softbound, octavo, 311 pages. Very good overall. Scarce. Best biographical reference dictionary of Utah art and artists. $150.00

Roberto Carra, Oliviero Toscani, Tamotsu Yagi, ESPRIT'S GRAPHIC WORK, 1984-1986, Esprit de Corp, San Francisco, 1987 Softbound, illustrated, unpaginated, small folio, colored plastic slipcase. Near fine condition with very minor soiling to white covers of the book. Original price sticker on outside of slipcase. $275.00

Roberto Fasola, 2 GIUGNO 1946, LA COSTITUENTE, 22 LITOGRAFIE, Casa Editrice, La Tavolozza, Rome, Italy, 1946. Clothbound, folio, 2 pages of text, 22 original lithographs, each pencil signed and numbered 9 of 49 by the artist, plus index of titles. Cloth binding frayed at extremeties of spine and at several other locations, binding loose, but contents clean. Fair binding with lithographs clean and VG overall, several with light foxing and/or yellowing at margins. Rare. $1250.00

Ronald G. Pisano, LYRICAL COLORIST, ALICE SCHILLE, 1869-1955, Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, 1988 Softbound, illustrated, sq. octavo, 160 pages. VG, interior clean, light signs of wear. $160.00

Rudolfo Pallucchini, translated by C. E. Barns, THE ART OF GIOVANNI BATTISTA PIAZZETTA, Pacific Science Press, Morgan Hill, California, 1935 Hardbound, vellum spine, gold lettering, green cloth, octavo, 102 pages, illlustrated. VG overall with light signs of wear, interior very clean. 15 tipped-in illustrations, frontspiece fold line along inner margin. Catalogue of paintings by the artist. $175.00

Ruth K. Beesch, FLORIDA VISIONARIES: 1870-1930, University Gallery, University of Florida, Gainesville, 1989 Softbound, illustrated, octavo, 80 pages. VG/NF, interior clean. SOLD

S. R. Koehler, ORIGINAL ETCHINGS BY AMERICAN ARTISTS, Cassell and Company, Limited, New York, 1883 Large folio, illustrated with 20 full-page original etchings, unpaged. Pages measure 17 3/4 by 13 3/4 inches. This is one of the best and earliest books published during the American Painter-Etcher movement of the third quarter of the nineteenth century. It contains twenty original etchings by some of America's most important artists of the time, all signed in the plates, and produced at the time that the book was published (unlike some of the later painter-etcher books that contained later impressions of earlier etchings). All etchings are fine early impressions, on heavy paper, with full margins, and in great condition. A few have minor light soiling in the margins, but nothing to be concerned about. The covers of the book are in fair condition only and the book is basically disbound. Finding the book complete with all twenty etchings and text is rare. Most have been cut up for the etchings. Each etching is accompanied by text and is protected by a tissue guard. The titles and artists are as follows: "Winter Evening" by Henry Farrer. "His Own Doctor" by Thomas Waterman Wood. "The Inner Harbor, Gloucester" by Stephen Parrish. "A Tower of Cortes" by Thomas Moran. "The Lion in Love" by S. F. Church. "The Ponte Vecchio" by Joseph Pennell. "An Old New England Orchard" by George H. Smillie. "'Tween the Gloamin' and the Mirk, When the Kye Come Home" by Mary Nimmo Moran. "The Three Cows" by Joseph Foxcroft Cole. "Canal Boats on the Thames" by Charles A. Platt. "And Drive Dull Care Away" by I. M. Gaugengigl. "The Deserted Mill" by Kruseman Van Elten. "Harvest at San Juan New Mexico" by Peter Moran. "A Cloudy Day in Venice" by Samuel Coleman. "The Mora Players" by Frederick Dielman. "The Mouth of the Aponigansett" by R. Swain Gifford. "Fishing Boats on the Beach at Scheveningen" by M. F. H. de Haas. At "Marblehead Neck" by James D. Smillie. "The Smugglers' Landing Place" by J. C. Nicoll. "Twilight" by J. A. S. Monks. SOLD

S. S. Frackelton, TRIED BY FIRE, A WORK ON CHINA-PAINTING, D. Appleton and Company, New York, (1885) 1892 Hardbound, illustrated, quarto, 113 pages (including advertisements). VG condition with only light signs of wear (superior condition). Chromolithographic, chromolithograph illustrations. Previous owner's name impressed in gold on lower center front cover, 2 period newspaper articles on Frackelton neatly glued to inside front cover. $350.00

Sachar, Howard Morley, MOSHE CASTEL, Editions du Griffon, Neuchatel, 1968 Hardbound, dustjacket, minor wear to jacket, light foxing to top edges of pages (not visible on the pages themselves), contains original double-page foldout lithograph $175.00

Sakori Saarikivi, Kerttu Niilonen, Hilding Ekelund, ART IN FINLAND, Kustannusosakeyhtio Otava, Helsinki, 1961, Fourth Edition, Revised Softbound, 157 pages, illustrated, text in English, German, French. Good overall with light extremity wear to covers; interior clean, VG. $75.00

Salvador Dali , photographs by Meli, LA CASA DE LOS, DALI EN PORT-LLIGAT (CADAQUES), Hospital de Cadaques, Spain, circa 1960 Set of ten accordian-folding postcard views of Dali and his home, inside and out. Dali is shown in four of the views, he is seated with his wife in one of these. Front cover faded; edge wear to front and back covers; last of the folding cards has a light corner bend. The cards themselves are bright, fresh, and vibrant in color. Scarce. $135.00

Sam Hunter, COLLAGES DE MOTHERWELL, Galleria Odyssia, Rome, 1962 Softbound, octavo, illustrated, 8 pages. Good overall with minor signs of wear. Previous owner's name inked on upper left rear cover. Interior clean. $45.00

Samuel J. Wagstaff, Jr., MULTIPLES GALLERY, INC., Multiples Galler, Inc., New York, 1966 Softbound, oblong quarto, illustrated, 20 pages. VG overall with light cover bend, light cover yellowing, and other minor signs of wear. Interior clean. Cover is a "restrike" of an inkless intaglio print, "Solo V," by Josef Albers. Mailing envelope with price list, addendum for Spring 1967, and gretting card order form laid in. Multiples offered include cloisonne enamel jewelry by Wayne Thiebaud, Mel Ramos, Roy Lichtensten, and others; banners by Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, and others; graphics by Jim dine, Jack Youngerman, Josef Albers, and others; objects and sculpture by Man Ray, Robert Indiana, Larry Rivers, Andy Warhol, and others; and plexiglass works by Oldenburg, Barnett Newman, Phillip Guston, and Rivers. $235.00

Samuel W. Heavenrich, 33RD NATIONAL EXHIBITION OF THE CALIFORNIA WATER COLOR SOCIETY, Long Beach Municipal Art Center, Long Beach, CA, 1953. Softbound, oblong octavo, 16 pages, illustrated in bw. Light rubbing to cover along spine. VG. $35.00

Sean H. Thackrey, THE R. E. LEWIS COLLECTION OF PRINTS IN CLICHE-VERRE, Thackrey & Robertson, San Francisco, 1977 Softbound, oblong octavo, illustrated, 32 pages. VG overall. Price list laid in. 41 prints total. $55.00

Shelley Hoyt, THE CIRCUS OF MOST INVENTIONS, Shelley Hoyt, San Francisco, 1985 Beige boards with pages that fold out in accordion style. No text. Signed by Hoyt and numberd 54/90. Fine. Color graphics showing figures, animals, abstract shapes and several in a linear composition. $150.00

Shirley Reiff Howarth, C. PAUL JENNEWEIN, SCULPTOR, The Tampa Museum, Tampa, FL, 1980 Wrappers, quarto, 145 pages, illustrated. Includes list of major works. Best reference on the artist. VG+ $150.00

Sikker Hansen, DANISH SUMMER, Politikens Forlag, no location, no date (circa 1950) Large quarto, illustrated, approximately 30 pages, color lithographic illustrations. VG+ with light wear to extremities of spine and corners of beige and pastel boards. An exceptional copy of a very fragile book. $350.00

Stacey Moss, THE HOWARDS: FIRST FAMILY OF BAY AREA MODERNISM, The Oakland Museum, Oakland, CA, 1988. Softbound, oblong quarto, 120 pages, 60 illustrations including 7 color plates. Comprehensive bibliographies and chronologies. Front cover slightly bent. VG/NF. Signed on half-title by John Langley Howard and Emmy Lou Packard. Laid in: addendum slip and invitation to the show's opening addressed to Emmy Lou Packard. Packard was a San Francisco WPA artist active from the 30's to the 50's. Book covers the works of John Galen Howard, Henry Temple Howard, Robert Boardman Howard, Charles Houghton Howard, John Langley Howard, Adaline Kent, Madge Knight, Blanche Phillips and Jane Berlandina. $90.00

Stacey Moss, KEITH BOYLE, PAINTINGS, Pepperdine University Art Gallery, Malibu, 1982 Wraps, octavo, illustrated, 16 pages. G overall with minor signs of wear and soiling to covers. Interior clean. $45.00

Stanton Macdonald-Wright intervied by Frederick Wight, STANTON MACDONALD-WRIGHT, A RETROSPECTIVE EXHIBITION, 1911-1970, UCLA Art Galleries, LA, 1970 Softbound, illustrated, oblong 4to, 34 pages. VG overall. 80pieces in the show. $90.00

Stephen Antonakos, STEPHEN ANTONAKOS, CALIFORNIA SHOW, Fresno State College Art Gallery, Fresno, 1972 Softbound, octavo, 20 pages, one illustration, remaining pages are blank where illustrations should, with text captions only. VG overall with light signs of wear, corner bend on cover. This catalogue numbered 58 of 500 copies, SIGNED by Antonakos, and additionally inscribed to "Jim" (James Elliot, former curator LACMA and University Art Museum, Berkeley). $75.00

Susan Larson, THE LANGUAGE OF ABSTRACTION, American Abstract Artists, Betty Parsons Gallery, NY, 1979 Wraps, approximately 60 pages, illustrated, survey material and contemporary abstracts. Also showed at Marylin Pearl Gallery. NF $50.00

Susan Roether, REFLECTIONS ON COLOR, Black Stone Press, San Francisco, 1982 Wraps, sm 8vo, errata slip laid in, red cloth slipcase. Limited to 170 copies. Designed by Shelley Hoyt-Koch in collaboration with the author. Fine. $100.00

Suzanne Delehanty, CY TWOMBLY; PAINTINGS, DRAWINGS, CONSTRUCTIONS; 1951-1974, Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 1975 Softbound, oblong lg. octavo, illustrated, 63 pages. VG overall with light wear; interior very clean. $100.00

Suzanne Foley, UNITARY FORMS: MINIMAL SCULPTURE BY CARL ANDRE, DON JUDD, JOHN MCCRACKEN, TONY SMITH, San Francisco Museum of Art, SF, 1970 Softbound, lg. octavo, 12 pages. Good overall with signs of wear, museum stamps inside front and rear covers, sticker removed from upper left front cover, interior clean, checklist of the exhibition laid in (shows sculpture layout in the gallery, glossy orange paper). $75.00

Sylvester R. Koehler, editor, AMERICAN ART REVIEW, A JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE PRACTICE, THEORY, HISTORY, AND ARCHEOLOGY OF ART; 2 VOLUMES, Dana Estes and Charles E. Lauriat, Boston, 1880-1881 Two volumes, quarto, hardbound, illustrated. Volume I: xi, 556 pages; Volume II: ix, 262 pages (first division); ix, 270 pages (second division). Dozens of ORIGINAL ETCHINGS by important American artists of the time. Volume I bound in full gold-tooled leather; volume 2 bound in heavy boards with leather corners, spine; both with marbled endpapers, aeg. Good condition overall, cover wear with scuffing that can be polished out, bindings solid, interiors clean, one etching with moderate foxing in volume one, some of the other etchings have light to very light foxing, clean overall. Volume 2 is very clean throughout. SOLD

Terry St. John, LOUIS SIEGRIEST, SELECTED PAINTINGS, San Francisco Art Commission, San Francisco, CA 1975. One page folded, quarto, 3 bw illustrations. Light bends and signs of wear to covers. Good. Interior illustrations show artist at work in 1922 and 1975. $35.00

Thomas B. Robertson, 34TH NATIONAL EXHIBITION OF THE CALIFORNIA WATERCOLOR SOCIETY, The Fine Arts Gallery of San Diego, San Diego, CA 1954. Softbound, oblong octavo, 14 pages, illustrated in bw. Light rubbing to cover along spine. VG. $35.00

Thomas Heaton Cooper, PROFESSIONAL PERSPECTIVE, A CORRELATION OF FREEHAND AND SCIENTIFIC PERSPECTIVE, Art Extension Department, The Cleveland School of Art, Cleveland, Ohio, 1914 Cloth covers, two-ring binding, 60 pages (consisting of 30 folded pages, printed on one side only, left side being a perspective drawing by the author, right side being text). Minor soiling to covers, interior clean, light pencil notes on several pages, previous owner's name on title page and last blank page, good overall. Unusual, comprehensive. $200.00

Thomas R. Anderson and Bruce Kamerling, SUNLIGHT AND SHADOW, THE ART OF ALFRED R. MITCHELL, 1888-1972, Museum of San Diego History, San Diego, 1988 Softbound, 4to, 83 pages, illustrated. Light waterstaining to upper corners of most pages, some small abraded areas where pages were separated from each other, no text or illustrations affected. Previous owner's name and short inscription on FEP, other minor signs of wear, good clean working copy. Definitive reference on the artist. $100.00

Thornton Oakley, CECILIA BEAUX, Howard Biddle, Philadelphia, 1943 Grey paper covered boards, beige spine, illustrated, 28 pages. Signed by Oakley and previous owner's name on front flyleaf. Pencil line on front cover, extremities of spine missing. Interior very nice, clean, bright. Overall good. $125.00

Timothy App, KARL BENJAMIN, RECENT PAINTINGS, Tortue Gallery, Santa Monica, 1978 Wraps, illustrated, 16 pages, oblong. Condition very good with minor cover bends and minimal signs of wear. $45.00

Tom Albright, SAM RICHARDSON: COORDINATE LINE - MOTION BROKEN BY BOULDER, The Art Gallery, California State University, Fullerton, CA, 1977. Pictorial wraps, square quarto, 48 pages, illustrated. Laid in: Poster advertising preview opening and small presentation slip from gallery. Back cover lightly soiled, interior clean. VG. $50.00

Tom K. Enman, SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA 100, Laguna Beach Museum of Art, Laguna Beach, 1977 Softbound, oblong 4to, approximately 90 pages, illustrated. VG overall. Artists include Jack Zajac, Robert Wood, Millard Sheets, Dan Lutz, Richard Haines, Leonard Edmondson, Edgar Ewing, Keith Crown, others. $50.00

Tony Berlant, TONY BERLANT: THE MARRIAGE OF NEW YORK AND ATHENS, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, 1974 Square 8vo, 6 pages, illustrated. VG overall with light signs of wear. $30.00

Torben Eriksson, TRAESNITTERNE, Torben Eriksson, Copenhagen (Kobenhavn), 1960 Hardbound, small folio, illustrated with original prints. Very good overall. Limited to 200 copies; this copy not numbered. Artists included: Frede Christoffersen, Henry Heerup, Hans J. Lauenborg, Vincent Lerche, Seppo Mattinen, Albert Mertz, Palle Nielsen, Knud Victor, Richard Winther. $400.00

Umberto Morucchio, CLAIRE FALKENSTEIN, Esther Robles Gallery, Los Angeles, 1965 Softbound, oblong 4vo, 20 pages, illustrated. Good overall with light wear. $45.00

Unsure of author, KOTARO MIGISHI (1902-1934), Unsure of publisher, Japan, circa 1935 Stiff wrappers, quarto, illustrated, 74 pages. Text is entirely in Japanese. Possibly a limited edition, this copy being #280/300 copies. Covers yellowed with minor extremity wear, interior very clean. A very good copy of a relatively fragile book. Two of the illustrations are COLOR LITHOGRAPHS, a number are tipped-on color plates, the remainder are black and white. Migishi was an important Japanese modernist painter. $400.00

Various Authors, ARTS ET METIERS GRAPHIQUES PARIS, NUMBER 4, APRIL 1928, Arts et Metiers Graphiques, Paris, 1928 Wraps, illustrated. Contains an original lithograph by Vertes, a lithograph after a Vertes pastel printed by Mourlot, a tipped-in cover of a Bugatti automobile brochure printed in lithography on heavy stock printed by Draeger and folded in three, a tipped-in wood engraving by Pierre Gandon. Important French fine and commercial arts magazine. Partially disbound, spine reinforced, several rubber stamps of a previous owner, exterior condition only fair. Condition of prints is VG. $400.00

Various Authors, THE ARCHITECTURAL FORUM, INDUSTRIAL BUILDINGS, ALBERT KAHN, AUGUST 1938, The Architectural Forum (Time, Inc.), New York, August, 1938 Quarto, softbound, spiral binding, illustrated. Good overall with corner bumps, lower right corner of front cover missing, interior clean. This issue features the work of Albert Kahn in a nearly 60 page article. Many of the advertisements also dedicated to and applaud the accomplishments of Albert Kahn. $335.00

Various authors, L'IMAGE EROTIQUE, BIBLI OPUS, Editions Georges Fall, Paris, 1970 Wraps, illustrated, 112 pages. Spine fade, light corner bumps, overall condition good. $60.00

Various authors, ANDERSEN'S AND OTHER FAIRY TALES, Whitman Publishing Co, Racine and Chicago, no date (circa 1920) Pictorial boards, chipped DJ, illustrated by Ella Dolbear Lee. Octavo, 61 pages. Ink inscription on front free endpaper and blank page immediately following introductory illustration. Overall condition good. $175.00

Various authors, LA PHOTO POUR TOUS, Julien Frazier, Paris, 1926 Complete year, 12 issues of this photography magazine, bound in publisher's boards, cloth spine, with annual index at rear. Hand written white lettering on spine showing title. VG overall. Articles by various authors, photographs illustrated are primarily by contemporary French photographers. $150.00

Various authors, HALI, VOLUME 7, Hali Publishers, London, 1985 Complete volume containing four issues, numbers 25, 26, 27, 28 in red cloth Hali slipcase. Near fine condition. $325.00

Various authors, HALI, VOLUME 6, Hali Publishers, London, 1984 Complete volume containing four issues, numbers 21, 22, 23, 24 in red cloth Hali slipcase. Near fine condition with minor signs of wear to slipcase. $325.00

Various authors, THE GRAPHIC ART OF CHARLES SCHULZ, The Oakland Museum, Oakland, CA, 1985. Softbound, square quarto, 128 pages, illustrated including 44 figures & 25 plates, chronology, selected bibliography. Light soiling to cover near spine and minor rubbing, small tear to upper left corner front cover, interior clean. VG overall. Catalogue of Charles Shulz's first major museum retrospective, including essays by Joan Roebuck, Thomas Inge, Elliott Oring and Umberto Eco. Superior scholarly reference on the artist. Scarce. $175.00

Various authors, ART ET DECORATION, REVUE MENSUELLE D'ART MODERNE, TOME III ET IV, JAN-DEC, 1898, Librairie Centrale des Beaux Arts, Paris, 1898 Quarto, hardbound, illustrated, twelve issues bound in a single volume, with supplements, only one actual magazine cover is bound in. Volume III, 200 pages, supplements, index; Volume IV, 196 pages, supplements, index. Good overall, typical signs of wear to red cloth binding, interior clean. $300.00

Various authors, ART ET DECORATION, REVUE MENSUELLE D'ART MODERNE, TOMES XI-XII, 1902, Librarie Centrale des beaux Arts, Paris, 1902 Hardbound, quarto, illustrated, volume XI, 196 pages, index, supplements; volume XII, 208 pages, supplements, index. Twelve issues bound in a single volume, two individual issue covers bound in. Good overall with typical signs of wear to red cloth binding, some minor corner bumps, interior clean. $225.00

Various authors, ART ET DECORATION, REVUE MENSUELLE D'ART MODERNE, TOMES XIII-XIV, 1903, Librarie Centrale des beaux Arts, Paris, 1903 Hardbound, quarto, illustrated, 400 pages, supplements, index. Twelve issues bound in a single volume, one individual issue cover bound in. Good overall with minor signs of wear to red cloth binding, interior clean. $225.00

Various authors, ART ET DECORATION, REVUE MENSUELLE D'ART MODERNE, TOMES XV-XVI, 1904, Librarie Centrale des beaux Arts, Paris, 1904 Hardbound, quarto, illustrated, volume XV, 196 pages, supplements, index; volume XVI, 212 pages, supplements, index. Twelve issues bound in a single volume, one individual issue cover bound in. Good overall with minor signs of wear to red cloth binding, lower front right corner bump, interior clean. $225.00

Various authors, ART ET DECORATION, REVUE MENSUELLE D'ART MODERNE, TOMES XVII-XVIII, 1905, Librarie Centrale des beaux Arts, Paris, 1905 Hardbound, quarto, illustrated, volume XVII, 204 pages, supplements, index; volume XVIII, 212 pages, supplements, index. Twelve issues bound in a single volume, one individual issue cover bound in. Good overall with minor signs of wear to red cloth binding, interior clean. $200.00

Victor Hammer, FECHIN (NICHOLAI), Hammer Galleries, New York, 1961 Wrappers, oblong octavo, exhibition catalogue, 8 pages, illustrated. Good overall with light wear, traces of fold line where catalogue was once folded down the center. $60.00

Vincent McHugh (Mc Hugh) poems, Tate Adams (wood engravings), ALPHA: THE MUTABILITIES, POEMS AND PICTURES, PUBLICATION NUMBER 11 (ELEVEN), Porpoise Bookshop, Henry Evans, Peregrine Press, San Francisco, 1958 Folio, string tie, illustrated, 22 pages. VG overall with light signs of wear, light wrinkling to edges of pages, interior clean. $500.00

Virginia E. Pennoyer, RODARI, SCULPTOR, A STORY OF PISA, D. Paul Elder and Morgan shepard, San Francisco, 1901 Octavo, wraps, 43 pages, one illustration. Good overall with very clean interior. Cover faded, and showing signes of wear especially where it extends beyond the edges of the text portion, particularly at base of spine, along lower edge, and along top of spine. $125.00

Walasse Ting, 1 CENT LIFE, Kornfeld und Klipstein, Bern, February 20-March 20, 1965 Softbound, illustrated, 32 pages, octavo. Very good condition with little sign of wear. Exhibition catalogue and prospectus for the book 1 Life. Introductory text in German. Lists all illustrations, page numbers, text entries for the book and shows representative illustrations. All black and white. Laid in is an order form for the book in fine condition. Very scarce. $135.00

Walasse Ting, WALASSE TING, INK SCROLLS, Lefebre Gallery, New York, 1965 Wrappers, octavo, stiff paper, illustrated, 8 pages, fold-out rear cover. Good overall with light wear, previous owner's name inked on back cover. Text of catalogue is in Ting's handwriting. $30.00

Walter Ulbricht, SACHSENHAUSEN, Kongress-Verlag, Berlin, circa 1962 Hardbound, dustjacket, illustrated, 192 pp, large quarto. VG/VG. Book commemorates the Sachsenhausen National Monument and documents the history of this concentration camp. Text in German, Russian, French, English $275.00

Walter Van Tilburg Clark, ROBERT COLE CAPLES, A RETROSPECTIVE EXHIBITION, 1927-1963, Church Fine Arts Building, University of Nevada, Reno, 1964 Softbound, illustrated, octavo, approximately 30 pages. Good overall with typical signs of wear. $75.00

Werner Hegemann, WERNER MARCH, Frederich Ernst Hubsch Verlag, Berlin, 1930 Hardbound, illustrated, XVIII page essay plus 28 pages of plates. VG/NF with only minor signs of wear. $175.00

Wilhelm Knapp, DIE PHOTOGRAPHISCHE KUNST IM JAHRE 1911, Verlag der Photographischen Verlagsgesellschaft, no location, 1911 Beige wraps, illustrated, 162 pages plus advertisements. Good overall, cover wear, lower extremity of paper spine missing, other minor signs of wear. Interior VG, clean. Contemporary survey of world photography from an artistic standpoint. Some gravure plates on heavier paper, and numerous half-tone illustrations. Promotional materials laid in. $150.00

Wilhelm Knapp, DIE PHOTOGRAPHISCHE KUNST IM JAHRE 1910, Verlag Von Wilhelm Knapp, Halle Salle, no location, 1910 Burgundy wraps, illustrated, 162 pages plus advertisements. Good overall, cover fade, lower extremity to paper spine, other minor signs of wear. Interior VG, clean. Contemporary survey of world photography from an artistic standpoint. Some gravure plates on heavier paper, and numerous half-tone illustrations. Promotional materials laid in. $150.00

William Burroughs, Marcel Duchamp, TAKIS, TELESCULPTURES, TELEPHOTA, TELEMAGNETS, Alexander Iolas Gallery, New York, 1963 Large oblong quarto, one sheet of heavy arches-type paper folded, portfolio-style, with a two paragraph essay by Burroughs, and one sentence in French by Duchamp on the inside back half. This folded sheet contains an onion skin-type paper folded, containing two loose illustrations of Takis sculptures. Condition is fair to good. The portfolio was once folded down the center, the white front cover is yellowed along the fold and with some spotting. Interior and contents are clean with minor signs of wear. $150.00

William C. Agee, DON JUDD WITH NOTES BY DAN FLAVIN AND SELECTED WRITINGS BY THE ARTIST, Whitney Museum of American Art, NY, 1968 Softbound, illustrated, wraps, 40 pages, oblong lg octavo. VG+ overall with spine fade and other light signs of wear. $125.00

William E. Mahan, RALPH STACKPOLE'S (STACKPOLE) FRESCO AT SACRAMENTO CITY COLLEGE, Sacramento City College, Sacramento, 1984 Oblong quarto, illustrated, 25 pages. Good overall with light signs of wear and rubbing to white covers. $75.00

William Faulkner, GO DOWN MOSES AND OTHER STORIES, Random House, NY, 1942 Octavo, black cloth, red along top page edges, first printing on back of title page. Clean with slight spine fade, minor signs of wear, very good overall. $225.00

William Friedman, 20TH CENTURY DESIGN: U. S. A., Albright Art Gallery, Buffalo, 1959 Softbound, quarto, illustrated, 96 pages. Very good condition overall with minor signs of wear and the words 'director's office' inked in small letters on the FEP. A wealth of design and designer information on objects from the late '50's and early '60's. Nearly 1100 items documented with title, designer, maker, cost, materials, etc. $150.00

William H. Gerdts and others, THE LOST PAINTINGS OF TUNIS PONSEN (1891-1968), Muskegon Museum of Art, Muskegon Michigan, 1994 Hardbound, illustrated, sm. quarto, 115 pages. VG, light corner bumps, interior clean. $100.00

William Ivins, Jr. and Harry B. Wehle, BRYSON BURROUGHS, CATALOGUE OF A MEMORIAL EXHIBITION OF HIS WORKS, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, 1935 Wrappers, xxvi pp intro, 13 pp catalogue and index, 80 illustrations (40 pp). Several small spots on cover, other typical signs of wear, a good copy overall of a fragile catalogue, binding firm, interior clean. Limited to 1000 copies. $145.00

William Macbeth, ART NOTES, FEBRUARY-MARCH 1921, The Macbeth Gallery, NY, 1921 Softbound, illustrated, sm octavo, 20 pages. VG with light signs of wear. Illustrations of paintings by Charles Hawthorne, Charles H. Davis, W. Elmer Schofield, Emil Carlsen, T. W. Dewing, Carl Rungius. $45.00

William Macbeth, BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES, PAINTINGS BY AMERICAN ARTISTS, COLONIAL PORTRAITS, The Macbeth Gallery, New York, circa 1914 Softbound, illustrated, small octavo, 105 pages. Light wear to edges of covers, a nice clean copy overall, very good+. Excellent reference for American artists of the time period. One page comprehensive bios on approximately 50 artists with a painting by each illustrated on the opposite page. $100.00

William Morris, THE EARTHLY PARADISE. VOLUME VI. NOVEMBER: THE STORY OF RHODOPE. THE LOVERS OF GUDRUN., The Trustees of William Morris, The Kelmscott Press, London, 1897 Bound in full limp vellum, string ties, octavo. Ex-lib with one minor library stamp on verso of title page over which is superimposed a 'withdrawn' stamp, museum bookplate, original owner's bookplate, near fine with very light soiling to binding. $500.00

William Rotch Ware, Editor, THE GEORGIAN PERIOD, A COLLECTION OF PAPERS DEALING WITH COLONIAL OR XVIII-CENTURY ARCHITECTURE IN THE UNITED STATES TOGETHER WITH REFERENCES TO EARLIER PROVINCIAL AND TRUE COLONIAL WORK, American Architect and Building News, Boston, 1898-1902 Hardbound, sm. folio, twelve parts in three volumes, complete, illustrated, unpaged. Good condition overall with normal light signs of wear. This set is formerly of the library of architect Robert Stanton of Pebble Beach, California. Massive treatise, hundreds of pages, illustrated with hundreds of collotype, half-tone, and line-drawn plates; each volume is indexed with chronology of buildings. SOLD

William S. Rice, BLOCK PRINTING IN THE SCHOOL, Bruce Publishing Company, Milwaukee, 1930 Stiff wraps, large octavo, illustrated, 44 pages. Good overall with minor signs of wear and light soiling. Board of education stamp on cover and half title. William Rice was a significant California printmaker. $145.00

William S. Rice, BLOCK PRINTS, HOW TO MAKE THEM, Bruce Publishing Company, Milwaukee, Third printing, 1948 Hardbound, quarto, 69 pages, illustrated. G-VG overall with light dampstaining along top edges of last few and front few pages, and along inner margin of back of fep. Interior clean. Light staining does not affect text or images. $150.00

William S. Rubin, CHRISTO WRAPS THE MUSEUM, SCALE MODELS, PHOTOMONTAGES, AND DRAWINGS FOR A NON-EVENT, Museum of Modern Art, NY, 1968 Stiff paper folded containing an accordian-folded 10-page illustrated catalogue of the show. Photos by Ferdinand Boesch except for one by G. Hartwell. Very good + condition. Scarce. $125.00

William voss elder, III, BALTIMORE PAINTED FURNITURE, 1800-1840, Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, 1972 Softbound, oblong quarto, illustrated, 132 pages. Fair-good condition overall, interior clean, old paper clip marks in top margin on several pages (not affecting text, illus.), lower right corner bump, other minor signs of wear. Alphabetical directory of makers at rear of catalogue. $150.00

Wm. (William) Ham. (Hammond) Hall, IRRIGATION IN CALIFORNIA (SOUTHERN), THE FIELD, WATER SUPPLY, AND WORKS, ORGANIZATION AND OPERATION IN SAN DIEGO, SAN BERNARDINO, AND LOS ANGELES COUNTIES, State Office, Sacramento, 1888 Hardbound, 672 pages, illustrated. 3 fold-out maps in color at rear of book, in good condition, but with small tears where they are attached to the book, Southern California irrigation map, California rainfall map, California drainage area map, and twelve folding plates of reservoirs, dams, masonry. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY from Governor R. W. Waterman. Good overall with typical signs of wear. Interior clean. $550.00

Wolfgang Paalen, editor, DYN, NUMBER 6, Talleras Graphicos, Coyoacan, Mexico, 1944 Quarto, wraps, 64 pages, illustrated. Significant wear, stain to lower right corner of front cover, some corner chips, significant spine wear, yellowing to page edges, fair condition only, but a good working copy nonetheless. $90.00

Wolo, FRIENDSHIP VALLEY, William Morrow, 1946, no location Lg. octavo, pictorial boards, paper spine, illustrated. G/VG overall copy of this fragile book with previous owner's bookplate on inside fep. Extremity wear to top and bottom of spine, light soiling to covers, interior clean. Very nice copy of a fragile book. $200.00

Xam (Pedro Quetglas), XAM, Museo Guasp, Mallorca, no date (circa 1940's) Portfolio containing eleven loose prints, apparently hand colored by the artist, each pencil signed and numbered 43/50. Wear to portfolio cover. Prints in very nice condition. Text to the portfolio reads: Esta Carpeta contiene 11 xilografias originales y grabados por Xam, grabador de la Imprenta guasp fundada el ano 1579. Museo Guasp, Palma de Mallorca, Baleares, Espana. $900.00

Zaner and Bloser, THE MADARASZ BOOK CONTAINING A COLLECTION OF THE WORK OF L. MADARASZ, Zaner and Bloser, Columbus, Ohio, 1911 Hardbound, illustrated, 80 pages, quarto. Good overall, interior clean. Small area at upper outer edge where a number of pages were lightly stuck together, now separated, not affecting text or images, light wear to extremities of spine, minor cover spotting, a couple of pages have minor margin tears, not affecting text. Overall, a nice copy of a scarce book. $325.00

forward by Bernard Frazier, AMERICAN INDIAN PAINTING, SECOND ANNUAL EXHIBTION, Philbrook Art Center, Tulsa, 1947 Softbound, illustrated, 28 pages. Library stamp on cover, minor wrinkling, good condition overall. The most important show of American Indian painting during that time period. $80.00

forward by Robert M. Church, EIGHTH ANNUAL AMERICAN INDIAN PAINTING EXHIBITION, Philbrook Art Center, Tulsa, 1953 Softbound, illustrated, 8 pages. Library stamp on cover, good condition overall. The most important show of American Indian painting during that time period. $45.00

no author, CATALOGUE DES LITHOGRAPHIES ET EAUX-FORTES ORIGINALES, 1, Maeght Editeur, Paris, 1971 Wraps, 300 pages, hundreds of lithographs listed, illustrated, 1972 price list laid in. $110.00

no author, XXXIV. AUSSTELLUNG DER VEREINIGUNG BILDENER KUNSTLER OSTERREICHS SECESSION, No publisher, Vienna, 1909, Josef Engelhart Secessionist art exhibition with focus on artist and professor Josef Engelhart. 120 illustrations, a few in color. List of exhibitiors, names and addresses, 233 pieces in show. Stiff wrappers, fabric spine. Minor soiling, minor foxing on edges of some pages, square 8vo, good. $100.00

no author, PUBLIC WORKS IN JAPAN, Bureau of Public Works, Tokyo, 1915 Pictorial wrappers, orange silk ties, 37 pages. Souvenir of the Pan Pacific Exposition in San Francisco in 1915 detailing public works in Japan. Good/Very good. $50.00

no author, A RETROSPECTIVE EXHIBITION OF PAINTINGS, DRAWINGS, ETCHINGS, LITHOGRAPHS BY HOWARD WARSHAW, Pasadena Art Museum, Pasadena, circa 1955 Softbound, illustrated, 8 pages. G. Early retrospective for this artist. Uncommon. $25.00

no author, CATALOGUE OF THE SOUTHWEST EXHIBITION, California Palace of the Legion of Honor, San Francisco, 1928 Softbound, illustrated, 23 pages. Museum markings on cover. G. Prefatory consists mainly of quotes from Blumenschein. Artists include Nash, Bakos, Blumenschein, Schuster, Sloan, Couse, Dasburg, others. All art was for sale. $110.00

no author, SELECTIONS 1934-1961, AMERICAN ARTISTS FROM THE COLLECTION OF MARTHA JACKSON, Martha Jackson Gallery, NY, 1962 Wraps, illustrated, 32 pages. VG. Influential New York art dealer. Artists include De Kooning, Diebenkorn, Lobdell, Kline, Gorky, Hofmann. $50.00

no author, AQUITANIA LOG BOOK, CUNARD LINE, Gaines Thurman, NY, circa 1920 12mo, wraps, approximately 20 pages, illustrated. Overall signs of wear, soiling on covers, interior relatively clean. Fair-good overall. Illustrations of interiors of ship, size comparison with Eiffel tower, Woolworth building, etc. Personal day-by-day trip diary of Sir James Charles from New York to Southampton, June 13-20, 1922 noting weather, mileage, sea conditions, etc. $90.00

no author, ERTE, ART DECO - 1920'S, SET AND COSTUME DESIGNS, GOUACHE AND METALLIC PAINT, Grosvenor Gallery, New York, 1967 Softbound, illustrated, 7 pages. Good overall with cover rubbing and traces of a fold down the middle. The artist was present for this opening preview. This is most likely the first major show in America following the revival of public interest in Erte's work which began in France in 1966. 178 original pieces from the 1920's were on display at this show. $85.00

no author, TWENTIETH ANNUAL DRAWING AND PRINT EXHIBITION OF THE SAN FRANCISCO ART ASSOCIATION, San Francisco Museum of Art, SF, 1956 Softbound, 8vo, 16 pages, illustrated. VG overall. Superior reference for Bay Area art and artists of the time period. $50.00

no author, ANNUAL EXHIBITION OF DRAWINGS AND PRINTS, SAN FRANCISCO ART ASSOCIATION, San Francisco Museum of Art, SF, 1942 Softbound, 8vo, 16 pages. VG overall. Superior reference for Bay Area art and artists of the time period. $50.00

no author, ART WORK OF LA SALLE COUNTY, ILLINOIS, Gravure Illustration Co., Chicago, 1916 Small folio sized portfolio with string ties containing nine individually bound parts, each approximately 20-25 pages, illustrated. Portfolio is worn, particularly at the extremities of the spine, top of spine taped. The 9 bound parts are in VG+ condition overall. Part 9 staples of binding have rusted and several pages are loose. Illustrations are collotypes with tissue guards of homes, buildings, parks, rivers, bodies of water in the La Salle county area. SOLD

no author, LEE MULLICAN, PAINTING, DRAWING, SCULPTURE, Willard Gallery, New York, 1959 Sm. 8vo, 6 pages, illustrated, softbound. Very good overall. $25.00

no author, 3D HAWAII NATIONAL PRINT EXHIBITION, Honolulu Academy of Arts, Honolulu, 1975 Softbound, illustrated, quarto, 28 pages. VG+ overall with light pencil circling here and there, easily erasable. Brochure about Misch Kohn, the show's juror of selection, laid in. $65.00

no author, DIESEL-HYDRAULIC LOCOMOTIVES, Krauss-Maffei, Munich, circa 1940's Stiff wraps, spiral bound, oblong quarto, illustrated, fold-outs, approximately 40 pages. Good overall with minor signs of wear. One break to plastic spiral binding. Trade catalogue for this locomotive company, beautifully designed. A superior period example of modern catalogue design. $145.00

no author, LOKOMOTIVEN, Simmering-Graz-Pauker A. G., Vienna, circa 1940's Stiff wraps, spiral bound, oblong quarto, illustrated, 49 pages. Fair-good overall with several cover bends signs of wear. Remains of tape inside cover-corners; page numbers marked in ink. Trade catalogue for this locomotive company, nicely designed. A good period example of modern catalogue design. $125.00

no author, JOSE LUIS ZORRILLA DE SAN MARTIN, ESCULTURAS, PINTURAS, DIBUJOS, 100 FOTOGRABADOS DE SUS OBRAS, Casa A. Barreiro Y Ramos, S. A., Montevideo, Uruguay, 1941 Softbound, sm. octavo, illustrated, 64 pages. Very good overall with minor wear and bends to front cover. Interior clean. Inscribed by the artist to actress Helen Hayes. $100.00

no author, THE WATERCOLORS OF WILLIAM KEITH, 1838-1911, Hearst Art Gallery, Saint Mary's College, Moraga, California, 1979 Softbound, octavo, illustrated, 30 pages. Very good overall with light signs of wear and very minor lower front corner bump. Interior clean. Errata slip laid in. $50.00

no author, PAUL DELVAUX, DESSINS ET GRAVURES, 1966-1969, CAHIER NO. 2, Le Bateau Lavoir, Paris, 1969 Softbound, small octavo, illustrated, 46 pages. VG+ overall with light signs of wear, light upper right corner bump, and light yellowing to spine. Original lithograph cover printed by Mourlot. Phototype and pochoir interior illustrations by Jacomet. $145.00

no author, 81ST ANNUAL PAINTING EXHIBITION OF THE SAN FRANCISCO ART INSTITUTE, San Francisco Museum of Art, SF, 1962 Softbound, thin quarto, 16 pages, illustrated. Good condition overall. Date stamp on title page. $50.00

no author, EIGHTIETH ANNUAL PAINTING EXHIBITION OF THE SAN FRANCISCO ART INSTITUTE, San Francisco Museum of Art, SF, 1961 Softbound, octavo, 16 pages, illustrated. Good condition overall. Clean. $55.00

no author, ASIA, AN EXHIBITION BY FRED MARTIN, San Francisco Art Institute, SF, 1972 Softbound, small octavo, illustrated, 18 pages. Good overall with small indentation through rear cover and denting most pages, not affecting text or illustrations, other minor signs of wear. Interior clean. $35.00

no author, PAINTINGS BY CECIL BEATON, The Lefevre Gallery, London, 1966 Softbound, octavo, illustrated, 8 pages. VG overall with minor signs of wear. Interior clean. $60.00

no author, RECENT SCULPTURE BY H. C. WESTERMANN, Allan Frumkin Gallery, New York, 1963 Softbound, quarto, illustrated, 16 pages. Good overall with minor signs of wear. Interior clean. $50.00

no author, WILLIAM DUBIN, Dilexi Gallery, San Francisco, circa 1960 Soft cover portfolio containing one plate of a sculpture and a plain onion-skin protective paper cover. Good overall with light signs of wear. $35.00

no author, JAN VAN DER VAART CERAMIEK, Museum Boymans-van Beuningen, Rotterdam, 1967 Softbound, quarto, 19 pages, illustrated. VG overall, corner bump, light signs of wear, interior clean. $55.00

no author, PAINTINGS AND A SCULPTURE BY JOHN KOCH, Kraushaar Galleries, New York, 1965 Softbound, octavo, 8 pages, illustrated. Good overall, light signs of wear, interior clean. Previous owner's name inked on rear cover. $25.00

no author, PHOTOGRAPHS, WILLIAM MAGUIRE, Florida International University, Miami, 1983 Softbound, oblong quarto, 30 pages, illustrated. VG overall, light signs of wear, interior clean. Museum accession stamp inside rear cover. $50.00

no author, JAMES BROOKS, Kootz Gallery, New York, 1960 Softbound, quarto, one large page folded into thirds, illustrated. Good overall, moderate signs of wear, fraying to top of spine, interior clean. $30.00

no author, KUMI SUGAI: NEW PAINTINGS, Kootz Gallery, New York, 1961 Softbound, quarto, one large page folded into thirds, illustrated. Good overall, moderate signs of wear, interior clean. $30.00

no author, RECENT WORKS BY PAUL HORIUCHI, Felix Landau Gallery, Los Angeles, 1966 Softbound, sm. octavo, 18 pages, illustrated. Good condition overall with light signs of wear, several minor bends, interior clean. $35.00

no author, CHANG DAI-CHIEN'S PAINTINGS, CHANG DAI-CHIEN, National Museum of History, China, circa 1974 Hardbound, quarto, illustrated, 120 pages. VG overall in a good slipcase with minor signs of wear. Book has original clear plastic cover protector. SOLD

no author, NORTH GERMAN LLOYD BREMEN, S. S. COLUMBUS, WEST INDIES RAYMOND &WHITCOMB CO. CRUISE, JANUARY 30TH TO FEBRUARY 23D, 1926, Raymond & Whitcomb Co., no location, 1926 Elaborate gold and black textured leather, quarto, leatherette and satin portfolio with metallic braided string ties, containing eleven loose ORIGINAL ETCHINGS (an introductory page and 10 illustrations). Near fine condition. Etchings are separated by tissue guards. Most etchings are signed in the plate by artist Osso Goetze (?). All etchings blind-stamped with the North German Lines insignia. One etching shows the S. S. Columbus at sea, the others show scenes in Martinique, Havana, and Puerto Rico. This was apparently produced as a keepsake for the trip's passengers. $375.00

no author, EXPOSITION DE PEINTURE MODERNE, GROUPE II (2), Chez Mm. Bernheim-Jeune, Paris, 1922 Softbound, sm. octavo, 8 pages. Good overall with light signs of wear. 66 pieces in show. Artists include Henri Matisse, Alice Halicka, Auguste Herbin, Pierre Hode, Marie Laurencin, Henri Lebasque, Fernand Leger, Moise Kisling, Max-Jacob, Maximilien Luce, Henri Manguin, James-Wilson Morrice, others. $125.00

no author, DETREMPE FINE DECORATION, Linel, Paris, no date (circa 1920's) Stiff boards, 4 page fold-out design, VG overall with one light corner bump and other light signs of wear. Sample book of gouache/pochoir colors containing over two hundred available colors. $175.00

no author, MISSISSIPPI VALLEY SALON OF PHOTOGRAPHY SPONSORED BY THE SAINT ST. LOUIS CAMERA CLUB, City Art Museum, St. Louis, 1947 Softbound, octavo, 36 pages, illustrated. Good overall with minor signs of wear. Show is national in nature, includes photographers from across the U.S.A. One tipped-on color plate, remainder of the illus. are black and white. $50.00

no author, NINTH ANNUAL SAN FRANCISCO INTERNATIONAL COLOR SLIDE EXHIBIT, Museum of Art, San Francisco, California, 1953 Softbound, sm. octavo, 18 pages. VG overall with light signs of wear. One item circled, one item x'd in ink, interior clean otherwise. Includes nearly 300 pieces by approximately 150 photographers. $45.00

no author, FOURTH 4TH ALL COLOR INTERNATIONAL EXHIBIT OF PHOTOGRAPHY SPONSORED BY THE NATURAL COLOR CAMERAL CLUB OF PITTSBURGH, Arts and Crafts Center, Pittsburgh, 1952 Softbound, octavo, 28 pages, illustrated. VG overall with light signs of wear. Interior clean. $50.00

no author, HERMAN MILLER, PRODUCTS/SPECIFICATIONS, Herman Miller Inc., Zeeland, MI, 1979 Spiral bound, large quarto, 300-400 pages, illustrated. VG overall with light signs of wear. Interior clean. Shows all products in color and with specs, including action office, tubular chairs, rollback chairs; Eames aluminum group, executive seating, chairs, and soft pad group; Chadwick modular seating, tables, sofas, more. $240.00

no author, HERMAN MILLER STANDARD LIST PRICES, CONTRACT LIST PRICES, ALONG WITH 11 ISSUES OF THE PERIODICAL "IDEAS FROM HERMAN MILLER," ALL CONTAINED IN A HERMAN MILLER LOOSE-LEAF BINDER, Herman Miller Inc., Zeeland, MI, 1979 (magazines date from 1976-79) Spiral bound, large quarto, 200-300 pages total, illustrated. Good overall with light signs of wear. Interior clean. IDEAS magazine include issues Volume I, #1- Vol IV, #1; missing Vol. II, #4 and Vol. III, #1. Price lists include dimensions, schematics, photos for products including action office, tubular chairs, rollback chairs; Eames aluminum group, executive seating, chairs, and soft pad group; Chadwick modular seating, tables, sofas, more. $300.00

no author, BLOCK PRINT CALENDAR 1943 PUBLISHED BY THE CHICAGO SOCIETY OF ARTISTS, Chicago Society of Artists, Chicago, 1943 Oblong quarto, spiral bound, board covers, illustrated. Good condition overall with minor signs of wear, interior clean. Pencil markings on inside rear cover. Original block prints by artists including A. Raymond Katz, Beatrice Levy, Fritzi Brod, Emil Armin, Todros Geller, Alice Mason. $300.00

no author, COLLECTOR'S OPPORTUNITY SALE, FAMOUS NATZLER CERAMICS, Dalzell Hatfield Gallery, Los Angeles, 1956 Wrappers, octavo, illustrated, 4 pages (one sheet folded). VG+ overall. Unusual Natzler item focused on moving the merchandise, special price reductions, and come early while the selection is still good. $30.00

no author, FACON TAILLEUR, TAILOR MADE COATS AND COSTUMES, FRENCH AND ENGLISH STYLE, Le Grand Chic, Winter, 1941, France Softbound, textured green paper, raised lettering, large quarto, 4 pages text plus black and white illustrations, 20 color lithographic plates of women in full high fashion dress, showing coats and winter weight suits. VG overall, very clean plates and interior, minor light corner bumps. $200.00

no author, LOAN EXHIBITION OF EIGHTEENTH AND EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURY FURNITURE & (AND) GLASS USED IN AMERICA DURING THESE PERIODS FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE NATIONAL COUNCIL OF GIRL SCOUTS, INC., American Art Galleries, New York, 1929; reprinted by Antique Classic Reprints, England, 1977 Hardbound, quarto, blue cloth binding, illustrated, unapaginated, 926 items listed. VG+ overall with light signs of wear. Interior fresh, clean. This is the reprint edition; solid, tight, excellent for use as a reference if you own the original and don't wish to subject it to excessive wear (or you don't want to spend the extra money for the original). $175.00

no author, TOTS' TOYS, Dean's Rag Book Company, London, no date (circa 1930's?) 12mo, printed entirely on cloth fabric, 8 pages including front and back covers, illustrated. VG overall with light spotting to front cover. Interior clean. Also stamped The Platt & Munk Company, Inc., New York on rear cover. Publisher's book number B 356 on rear cover. $125.00

no author, WILLIAM & (AND) GEOFFREY PLATT, ARCHITECTS, no publisher, no location, 1937 Softbound, large quarto, illustrated, approximately 50 pages. Good overall with light soiling to covers and other minor signs of wear. These architects built large homes in places like Grosse Pointe, Long Island, New York City (townhouses, brownstones), Rumson, NJ, Greenwich, CT, Radnor, PA, Seattle, Virginia, etc. $165.00

no author, ART METAL WORK, CATALOGUE NO. 16, JULY 1897, The Yale and Towne Manufacturing Company, New York, 1897 Hardbound, illustrated, sm. octavo, 233 pages (including supplement that has been glued in at rear). Binding well work, but present, quite loose, missing about one inch at top, bottom of spine separated but present. Interior clean. Superior reference for doorknobs, face plates, key holes, door handles, beautiful examples of metalwork of the time period. $250.00

no author, THE YALE AND TOWNE MANUFACTURING COMPANY, CATALOGUE NO. 15 SUPPLEMENT TO CATALOGUE 14, LOCKS AND HARDWARE, The Yale and Towne Manufacturing Company, Stamford, CT, 1894 Hardbound, illustrated, sm. octavo, 140 pages. Binding worn and partially separated at spine, but solid overall. Interior clean. Superior reference for doorknobs, face plates, key holes, door knockers, handles, drawer pulls, trim, sash lifts, cabinet trim, ornamentation, beautiful examples of metalwork of the time period. $250.00

no author, HIGHLIGHTS OF PEWABIC POTTERY, Ars Ceramica, Ltd., Ann Arbor, 1977 Softbound, quarto, illustrated, 32 pages. VG overall with light signs of wear. Previous owner's name on title page. Published on occasion of 70th anniversary of the company. $110.00

no author, WECHSLER - BELLEVUE SCALE FORM II (2), PICTURE ARRANGEMENT, The Psychological Corporation, New York, circa 1940's stiff wraps, 12mo, spiral bound, 8 envelopes, each containing varying numbers of pictorial cards, from 3 to 6, to be arranged by test subjects into chronological order. Each envelope is a separate test, titled with titles like 'burglar,' 'king,' 'sleeper,' and so on. Good overall with minor signs of wear and several small spots on the first envelope. $150.00

no author, EIGHTH ANNUAL WATERCOLOR EXHIBITION, WATERCOLORS, PASTELS AND TEMPERA ON PAPER, SAN FRANCISCO ART ASSOCIATION, San Francisco Museum of Art, San Francisco, 1944 Softbound, illustrated, octavo, 16 pages, 96 pieces in show. Good overall with light signs of wear, small museum stamp on cover, minor soiling to cover, interior clean. $60.00

no author, ANNUAL EXHIBITION OF DRAWINGS AND PRINTS, SAN FRANCISCO ART ASSOCIATION, San Francisco Museum of Art, San Francisco, 1944 Softbound, illustrated, octavo, 16 pages, 122 pieces in show. Good overall with light signs of wear, interior clean. $60.00

no author, EXHIBITION OF PAINTINGS BY WENDELL JONES, Woodstock Artists Association, Woodstock, New York, 1957 Softbound, illustrated, 8 pages (including covers), quarto. Fair condition, several check marks, 67 works listed, short essay. Musty odor will likely dissipate over time. $50.00

no author, THE LENA AND HARRY KENIN COLLECTION OF WORKS BY HILDA AND CARL MORRIS, probably Reed College, Portland, Oregon, circa 1968 Softbound, illustrated, 24 pages, oblong octavo. Good overall, interior clean. Mild musty odor will likely dissipate over time. $50.00

no author, SELECTED CALIFORNIA PAINTINGS (VARIOUS AUCTION CATALOGUES), Butterfield & (and) Butterfield, San Francisco and Los Angeles, February, 1989 Softbound, illustrated, approximately 100 pages, price list laid in. Good with minor signs of wear, interior clean. We stock numerous Butterfield and Butterfield California and American painting auction catalogues (many with prices realized) available at 50 per issue. Please contact us for availability at alanb @ artbusiness . com . $50.00

no author, THE BLUE & (AND) GOLD, PUBLISHED BY THE JUNIOR CLASS, VOLUME XIII (13), University of California, Berkeley, 1886 Hardbound, illustrated, 310 pages, 78 pages of advertisements. Fair to good overall, binding shaken, several splits, spine fade, wear to extremities of covers, interior clean. Contains an ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPH on heavy card stock by ISAIAH WEST TABER, San Francisco photographer, bound in opposite the title page, titled Presidents of the University of California, showing portraits of 5 presidents, arranged with one in the center, and one at each corner of the image. Image quality is good. $340.00

no author, WIDDICOMB DISTINGUISHED CONTEMPORARY FURNITURE, Widdicomb-Mueller Corporation, Grand Rapids, Michigan, circa 1960 Softbound, octavo, illustrated, 36 pages. Good overall with light wrinkling along inner page edges at spine, staples rusted, interior nice, clean. Numerous illustrations of Widdicomb furniture with dimensions, style numbers. George Nakashima mentioned in the intro as a designer of the Origins Group, a new line of furniture. Furniture was distributed by Knapp and Tubbs, Inc. $250.00

no author, THE MCDONNELL DOUGLAS DC-10, A NEW DIMENSION IN AIR TRAVEL, McDonnell Douglas Corporation, Long Beach, California, 1968 Square quarto, slipcase, hardbound, illustrated, 92 pages. Very good overall, slight wrinkling to margin of last page, light soiling to off-white boards, minor wear to slipcase. A deluxe publication with fold-out plates, tabbed page edges, addendum sheet laid into loose pocket at rear of book. $250.00

no author, ALLESTIMENTI MODERNI, PUBBLICITARI PER FIERE, MOSTRE, ESPOSIZIONI, Gorlich Editore, Milano, Milan, Italy, 1961 Oblong quarto, illustrated, 144 pages, hardbound. VG with light signs of wear, small chip to bottom of spine. Superior survey of contemporary exhibition design, designers noted, some color illustrations. $175.00

no author, JANUARY 5-31, 1969, Seth Siegelaub Gallery, New York, 1969 Spiral bound, board covers, approximately 20 pages, illustrated. Good overall with light lower corner bends on covers, minor soiling (covers are plain white). Important early conceptual art show featuring Robert Barry, Doughas Huebler, Joseph Kosuth, Lawrence Weiner. $150.00

no author, SELECTIONS FROM THE XX (TWENTIETH) CERAMIC INTERNATIONAL, Syracuse Museum of Fine Arts, Syracuse, New York, 1958 Softbound, illustrated, octavo, approximately 34 pages. Good overall with typical signs of wear. $90.00

no author, CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN CERAMICS SELECTED FROM THE ELEVENTH NATIONAL CERAMIC EXHIBITION SPONSORED BY THE SYRACUSE MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS, University of Pittsburgh Art Gallery, Pittsburgh, 1947 Softbound, 1 illustration, octavo, 20 pages. Fair overall with significant cover wear and other typical signs of wear. 247 pieces listed. $65.00

no author, A BOOK OF PORTRAITS CONTAINING PHOTOGRAPHS OF 564 OF THE 1500 CONTRIBUTORS TO THE ENCYCLOPAEDIA (ENCYCLOPEDIA) BRITANNICA, Cambridge University Press, New York, circa 1911 Softbound, string tie, quarto, approx 70 pages. Good overall with signs of wear, cover only fair with tears and chips at edges (where cover extends over text block), interior clean. Hundreds of portraits of scholars of the time, photographers noted on many of the portraits. This promotional piece was published on the occasion of the 11th edition publication of the Encyclopedia Britannica. $255.00

statements by Robert Ryman, Robert Mangold, John Ashbury, Lucy Lippard, Sol Lewitt, Elizabeth Baker, others, STEPHEN ANTONAKOS, NEONS, Allen Priebe Art Gallery, Wisconsin State University, Oshkosh, 1971 Softbound, oblong octavo, 26 pages, illustrated. VG overall with light signs of wear. $60.00

various authors, QUADRUM 3, INTERNATIONAL MAGAZINE OF MODERN ART, L'Association Pour la Diffusion Artistique et Cuturelle, Brussels, 1957 Quarto, stiff wraps, illustrated, 207 pages plus advertisements. Light soiling and yellowing to covers, minor extremity wear, interior clean. Good+ overall. Articles on Vasarely (with plastic insert and nicely lithographed plates), Appel, Lam, Bill, Lucien Clergue, Klee, Bertrand, etc. Authors include Michaux, Partick Waldberg, Max Bill, Cocteau, etc. $100.00

various authors, IRREGULAR BULLETIN #13, Immaculate Heart College, Department of Fine Arts, Los Angeles, 1958 Softbound, 4to, 97 pages, illustrated. A couple of cover tears, cup impressions on front cover, a couple of small stains, interior clean. Good overall. Exerpts from Lectures in America by Gertrude Stein scattered throughout the catalogue, information and photos of Charles Eames who made furniture for the college and also lectured there, illustration by Ben Shahn, numerous other articles having to do with art and artists of Los Angeles in general and at Immaculate Heart College in particular. A very interesting and unusual compilation-type item. $150.00

various authors, INDUSTRIAL DESIGN IN AMERICA, 1954, Farrar, Straus & Young, Inc., New York, 1954 Hardbound, quarto, 224 pages plus advertisements, illustrated. Good overall with lower front corner bump and light fraying, other minor signs of wear. Interior clean except for several underlined words and several inked words in introduction. $100.00

various authors, FINE WOODWORKING (BIMONTHLY MAGAZINE), The Taunton Press, Newtown, CT, March/April 1980 issue Softbound, 83 pages, illustrated, quarto. Good condition overall with minor signs of wear. Cover and feature article on the furniture of Hans Wegner; also contains cumulative index for the first 20 issues. $35.00

various authors, THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF DECORATORS 1942 ANNUAL, American Institute of Decorators, New York, 1942 Hardbound, quarto, illustrated, 159 pages. Clean ex-library copy, good overall, with remains of bookplate inside front cover, card removed from back of rear cover. Essays, photographs of interiors, advertisements, good reference for American furniture and decoration of the time period. Essay by Walter Dorwin Teague entitled "Design for Peace." $150.00

various authors, DOMUS NUMBER 456, NOVEMBER 1967, Editoriale Domus, Milan, 1967 Softbound, illustrated, 56 pages, large quarto. Fair-good overall with rubbing to covers, interior clean, one of the three perforated subscription cards has been removed, all text clean, intact. Large feature article with numerous illustrations on the 7th Milan Furniture Salon (Salone del Mobile). $60.00

various authors, DOMUS NUMBER 480, NOVEMBER 1969, Editoriale Domus, Milan, 1969 Softbound, illustrated, 56 pages, large quarto. Good overall with minor wear, interior clean. Large feature article with numerous illustrations on the 9th Milan Furniture Salon (Salone del Mobile). $60.00

various authors, MUSIC OF THE GOLD RUSH ERA AND A SAN FANCISCO SONGSTER, 1849-1939, TWO VOLUMES, HISTORY OF MUSIC IN SAN FANCISCO SERIES, VOLUME ONE, JANUARY 1939, VOLUME TWO, MARCH 1939, Works Progress Administration, Northern California, San Francisco, 1941 Softbound, quarto string-tied and bound mimeographed pages, 212 and 210 pages respectively. Front cover of Gold Rush volume neatly reinforced. Good condition overall with yellowing to edges of covers, extremity wear to bindings, some wrinkling. "Federal Writers Projects" stamp on title page of each volume. Gold Rush volume illustrated with several tipped on photographs of early sheet music covers. A publication of the local federal writers project. $275.00

various authors, ART PRESS INTERNATIONAL, NOUVELLE SERIE, #9, JUILLET, 1977, Art Press International, Paris, 1977 Softbound, quarto, illustrated, 46 pages. Good overall with minor signs of wear, interior clean. Contains an interview with Andy Warhol by Nancy Blake, article on Virginia Woolf by Viviane forrester, interview with Robert Motherwell by Guy Scarpetta. $75.00

various authors, LIVING BLUES, A JOURNAL OF THE BLACK AMERICAN BLUES TRADITION, NUMBER TWENTY-FIVE 25, JANUARY FEBRUARY 1976, Living Blues Publications, Chicago, 1977 Softbound, quarto, illustrated, 50 pages. Good overall with minor signs of wear, interior clean. Contains a special supplement, SURREALISM & BLUES, 14 pages in length, "entirely edited and designed by members of the Surrealist Movement." $75.00