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Monte Carlo: Sauret, 1962. First edition. Signed. Signed on ffep "Marc Chagall Vence 1962." Read More about Vitraux pour Jerusalem. Introduction et notes de Jean Leymarie
January 18, 1955. Read More about Photograph of study for "U.S.A" by Elwyn Chamberlain
New York: May 21st, 1954. Provenance: The estate of Saul Mauriber, Van Vechten's assistant and executor of Van Vechten's photography estate and the compiler of PORTRAITS: THE PHOTOGRAPHY OF CARL VAN VECHTEN(1978). Read More about Portrait photograph of Elwyn Chamberlain
London: Bell and Daldy, 1873. First edition. Read More about Two Centuries of Ceramic Art in Bristol. Being a History of the Manufacture of “The True...
New York: Charles Scribner's and Sons, 1887. Read More about Cyclopedia of Painters and Paintings
New York: Thomas Y. Crowell & Co. Publishers, . William Merritt Chase's Copy from His Students. WILLIAM MERRITT CHASE'S COPY. With a presentation on the front endpaper “To Mr. Wm. Chase from his Students. Lydia B. Floreth, Millard McGee, Doris E. Kimbauer, Helen A. Fleck, Mary Elizabeth Parker, Daisy Mortman..... Read More about Famous Painters of America
1908. American Painter William Merritt Chase. William Merritt Chase (1849-1916) was born in Indiana and worked there for a time as a portrait painter, but came east to study in New York, and subsequently in Munich, beginning a lifetime habit of travel and study abroad. He developed into a famous..... Read More about Card signed in ink: “Wm M. Chase”
London: John Lane; New York: Dodd, Mead and Company, . First edition. Read More about Old Ship Prints
[ca. 1910]. Caffyn, W. H. G.K. Chesterton (1874-1936) was a writer for the Speaker and the Daily News whose first novel, The Napoleon of Notting Hill, was published in 1904, and he is best known for his Father Brown novels. W.H. Caffyn (1870-1958) trained as a lithographer and worked in..... Read More about G. K. Chesterton
London: G. Bell, 1913. First edition. Read More about Old English China
Taipei, Taiwan: Insitute of Chinese Culture, (1961-2). A series issued in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the founding of the Republic of China, with the art of China from roughly 3000 BC to the end of the Ch'ing dynasty in 1912. Read More about Chinese Art Treasures. Series A
[London: Geo. W. Jones], 1912. Catalogue of an exhibition held at L'Hôtel Astoria in Paris, 1912. Text in French and English. Read More about Collection d'Anciennes Porcelaines de Chine et Pierres Dures par Gorer
New York: (The De Vinne Press) for Parish-Watson, 1917. First Edition. An annotated catalogue of 162 items mostly from the collection of H. A. E. Jaehne, with some peices from Adolphe Grosjean's collection. There is also an introduction that gives historical context along with information about the art itself... Read More about Chinese Pottery of the Han, Tang and Sung Dynasties. Owned and Exhibited by Parish-Watson &...
Japanese text along right margin. Read More about Nineteenth Century Chinese Water-Color Drawing on Rice Paper of a Food Vendor dressed in Blue...
Japanese text along right margin. Read More about Nineteenth Century Chinese Water-Color Drawing on Rice Paper of a Man dressed in a blue tunic nd...
Hong Kong: South China Morning Post, 1975. First edition. Read More about Chinnery: The Man and the Legend. With a Chapter on Chinnery's shorthand by Geoffrey W. Bonsall
Chicago: Museum of Contemporary Art, . Inscribed. A box set of postcards documenting Christo's "Wrapped" installation at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago in 1969. With an inscription from Christo to Mrs Weitzen on the inside of the box's cover."The Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago was the first..... Read More about Wrapped
New York: Whittlesey House McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc, . First American edition. Read More about Painting as a Pastime
London: Odhams Press Limited / Ernest Benn Limited, (1948). First edition. Read More about Painting as a Pastime
Chicago: Art Institute of Chicago, 1955 & 1965. First editions of each Volume. Vol I is limited to 500 copies and Vol. II has 1000 copies. Read More about The Clarence Buckingham Collection of Japanese Prints. Volume I : The Primitives. Voume .II:...
New York: The Derrydale Press, 1927-1939. Each print of a small limitation, as noted. A beautiful presentation of Roland Clark prints from the personal collection of Eugene V. Connett, III, publisher of the Derrydale Press. Comprising:1) “Home Waters” Drypoint etching, first proof impression of a scene of nine ducks in..... Read More about Album of 6 etchings and aquatint engravings from the personal collection of Eugene V. Connett, 3d
New York: The Derrydale Press, 1938. Clark, Roland. First edition, number 149 of 800 copies. Read More about Roland Clark's Etchings