New York: Abrams, 1970. First edition. INSCRIBED BY ROCKWELL TO KEN STUART. Inscribed to his art editor and... Read More about Norman Rockwell
Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1924. First edition. Presentation copy. From the library of Mrs. William Merritt Chase. Inscribed on the front free endpaper“the first copy for Alice Chase (“Mrs. Toady”) Whom Clyde Fitch loved–and we do too! V[irginia] G[erson] November 17th 1924. ” Virginia Gerson was the sister-in-law of..... Read More about Clyde Fitch and His Letters
March-April 24,1920. Includes: the Camel's Back by F. Scott Fitzgerald , p. 16-17, 157, 161, 165 of the April 24, 1920 issue (Bruccoli C85); alson March 20, 1920 Myra Meets the Family pp. 40-42, 44, 46, 49-50, 53 (`Bruccoli C84). Read More about Saturday Everning Post Vol. 192 Part V. March-April
James Montgomery Flagg. Charcoal Portrait by James Montgomery Flagg. A strong portrait, a little larger than life size, of a dark haired young woman, in profile looking right, her shoulders bare, wearing an ornament on a ribbon around her neck. The subject is attractive, but the artist has not idealized..... Read More about A FINE BLACK AND RED CHARCOAL RENDERING OF THE HEAD AND SHOULDERS OF A YOUNG WOMAN, signed...
Lausanne, Switzerland: Edition Fœtisch, . With Hand-painted Fraktur. Read More about Unsere Schweizerlieder. 104 Volks- und National-Lieder für Klavier allein oder für Gesang und...
London: J. Debrett, 1797. Fifth edition. A British view of the conflict which brought tensions and a split between the United States and France in an "undeclared war." Erskine spends some time comparing the French and American revolutions, pointing out the differences with respect to the British perspective. This work..... Read More about A View of the Causes and Consequences of the Present War with France
New York: Abrams, . Motherwell, Robert, designer. INSCRIBED TO CHARLES MOFFETT BY FRANKENTHALER. Designed by Frankenthaler's husband, the great abstract expressionist, Robert Motherwell. This copy inscribed to the art historian and curator Charles Moffett: "For Charles and Jane, Congratulations! Happy days, Fond thoughts, Sincerely, Helen Frankenthaler, Sept '79" with a...... Read More about Frankenthaler
January 25, 1939. American Magic Realist Painter, (1905-1988). Read More about Portrait Photograph of Jared French
Tampa, Florida: Graphicstudio; New York: Haywire Press, 1975 [printed December 1974 and January 1975]. No. 63/70 from a total edition of 100, each image signed and numbered by Friedlander. The plates are as follows: Wall of Potted Plants, and Trees / Putney, Vermont 1972 Roses in Vase / New York..... Read More about Photographs of Flowers
Covent, Morris County, New Jersey: 17 June 189. TO WILLIAM DOXEY. A reply to Mr. Doxey, describing his son’s illness and surgery, “Tho it was successful and my boy is getting over it very well, my work piled up on me in the mean time and I may be too..... Read More about Autograph Letter, signed, to William Doxey, San Francisco Publisher of THE LARK
New York: P.F. Collier & Son, 1904. First Edition. A. B. Frost Set to Verse. Each of Frost's plates is accompanied by a facing page containing Irwin's verse, much of it in the manner of James Whitcomb Riley, and the combination is an effective one. Cotains a number of sporting..... Read More about A Book of Drawings by A.B. Frost, with an introduction by Joel Chandler Harris and verse by...
N.p: N.d. [ca. 1885?]. Frost, A.B. A Frost Drawing, Modelled by His Wife. A delicate, lightly-inked drawing of a young woman, standing at a kitchen table, stirring the ingredients of a large bowl, beside which sit a jug and an opened bag. She is dressed simply, in a blouse and..... Read More about Pen-and-ink Drawing, captioned “Caleb’s courtship / Eunice Stout”, signed (“A.B. Frost”
New York: The Derrydale Press, 1936. Published in an edition of 150 (unnumbered). Colorist’s Model for ‘Maryland Marsh’. The original watercolor model prepared by the artist the use of the colorist of the Derrydale sporting aquatint of a rail bird shooting scene. John Frost (1890-1937) was the son of American..... Read More about Maryland Marsh] Original Colorist’s Model of the Derrydale Press Sporting Print
Richmond: Published by Leonard and Virginia Woolf The Hogarth Press, 1923. First edition, no. 265 of 550 copies. One of 550 Copies. A scarce Hogarth production, and a delightfully personal portrait of Spain from Fry. Read More about A Sampler of Castile
Philadelphia: Moses Thomas, 1816. First American edition. First biography of this American who became the first American President of the R.A. Read More about The Life and Studies of Benjamin West, Esq. President of the Royal Academy of London. Prior to...
1884. Edmund Henry Garrett was born in Albany, New York on October 19,1853 and died in Nedham, Mass. on April 2, 1929. There is no reference to his initial art education, which for a young artist, in the United States, was limited. He did receive some training while a member..... Read More about Watercolor en grisaille on board of man and woman
New York: R. H. Russell, 1899. Limited Edition, No. 3 of 100 copies, signed by illustrator C.D. Gibson and publisher R.H. Russell. ONE OF 100 ON JAPAN. Suite of proof illustrations on Japan paper for Charles Dana Gibson’s Education of Mr. Pipp. Tipped-on limitation sheet signed by Gibson and Russell..... Read More about The Education of Mr. Pipp. Twenty-Five Proofs on Japan Paper printed for the Special Limited...
New York: May 31, 1888. Beneath the text of his letter (“I shall not be in the City ths afternoon or would be delighted to view your “Tail of Woa”), Gilliam has drawn a cartoon depicting a cat whose tail whose tail is caught n the closed door. Read More about Pen and ink drawing captioned “A Tail of Whoa!” included in an Autograph Letter, signed, to...
1915. "Alfred M. Githens was born in Philadelphia and attended the Episcopal Academy before receiving his B.S. in Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania in 1896. He then attended the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts while working as a draftsman for Cope & Stewardson during the years 1896-1901. In..... Read More about 3 pen and ink drawings of Interiors for House & Garden, 1915
New York: Harper & Row, 1987. First edition, limited to 250 copies, signed by Glass and numbered, this 165. Signed, Limited edition. Includes facsimile of the composer's original score of the Prelude to Akhnaten (4 pp.), as well as librettos of Einstein on the Beach, Satyagraha, and Akhnaten. Read More about Music by Philip Glass. Edited and with Supplementary Material by Robert T. Jones
Original Golfing Cartoon Presented to Photographer Alfred Eisenstaedt. The pipe-smoking artist is shown in caricature, adressing the ball, while an athletic figure labeled “Alfred” snaps him from afar. Read More about Original cartoon of golfer being photographed, signed and inscribed “To Alfred Eisenstaedt from...
London: William Heinemann, 1931. Gooden, Stephen. Original Proof Engraving by Gooden for Fontaine's Fables. A fine proof of the vignette appearing in Volume II, page 174. Stephen Gooden (1892-1955) was the most accomplished line engraver of his time. He illustrated a number of books, among them the Nonesuch Press Bible..... Read More about The Fables of Jean de la Fontaine: The Shepherd and His Flock
London: 1934. Gooden, Stephen. One of "three or four impressions" (Dodgson). One of 3 or 4 Proofs. Read More about Pekingese
New York: Young Scott Books, 1970. First edition. SIGNED. Signred on title-page. Read More about Why we have Day and Night
New York: Putnam's Sons, . First edition. Inscribed on the title-pager to Douglas Nicholson by Gorey. Read More about Amphigorey