Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1976-1982. First edition; First edition, no. 141 of 200 copies, signed by both Wyeths on... Read More about Wyeth at Kuerners boxed with Christina's World
New York: April 18, 1933. Published in PORTRAITS: the Photographs of Carl Van Vechten, (1978). Read More about Portrait photograph of Rockwell Kent
New York: American Artists Group, . Most of this appeared in "Wilderness" Illustrated Christmas 1941 Inscription, Just after Pearl Harbor. Book Number One in the series of the American Artists Group Gift Books, inscribed by Kent on the flyleaf to his friends, Jessie and Norman Barr:"To Jessie and Norman [pen-and-ink..... Read More about A Northern Christmas Being the Story of a Peaceful Christmas in the Remote and Peaceful...
New York: Derrydale Press, 1930. Kirmse, Marguerite. First edition, one of 750 copies. British-born Marguerite Kirmse (1866-1954) trained in London as a harpist and artist. Arriving in New York in 1910, she found herself unable to perform because oftroubles with the musicians’ union. She worked as an artist, and began..... Read More about Marguerite Kirmse's Dogs. Introduction by Reginald T. Townsend
London: Victoria Miro, 1989. Number 44 of 300 copies signed by Kitaj and Atik. Read More about Drancy
[New York: C&M Arts, 2004]. First edition. Catalogue accompanying a retrospective exhibition of the provocative neo-pop artist's work, featuring an essay by art historian Rainer Crone. Read More about Jeff Koons: Highlights of 25 Years
Chilmark, Mass: 1 October 1956. “Here you have rung the bell again, Eisie. … And where are the pictures of Max kissing Kathie?”Note from the Russian-born artist Eliena Krylenko, wife of Max Eastman to photographer Alfred Eisenstaedt. Read More about Typed Note, Signed (“Eliena”) to Martha’s Vineyard neighbor Alfred Eisenstaedt
New York: Studio, . First Edition. Inscibed on ffep "To Louis Saf--- Walt Kuhn 1946."With laid in The Story of the Armory Show by Walt Kuhn, 1938. Wrappers. Fine. Kuhn was one of the 3 organizers of the Armory Show. Read More about Fifty Paintings by Walt Kuhn
[Long Island: summer 1920]. Witty caricatures of summer life at Canoe Place, Little Shinnecock Bay, Long Island, with a recurrent theme of mosquitoes, including a pointillist picture of the mosquitoes surrounding the artist’s dog and a small watercolor nocturne, “landscape of Canoe place, evening - sorry that the Darkness obscures..... Read More about Autograph letter, signed (“W.K.”), illustrated with ink, pencil and watercolor drawings,...
n.p: 1903. As an artist, John La Farge (1835-1910) was highly influential lin the development of American mural-painting, as well as stained glass design--in 1876 he was called upon to decorate Trinity Church, Boston, and among other important commissions did the altarpiece “The Ascension” for the Church of the Ascension..... Read More about Card inscribed in ink, “For Harry Porter Kuhn Jr / with good wishes of / Jno La Farge”
2010-11. One of 60 copies. "This book reproduces all 193 drawings from the album Corpus. Executed in 2010-11 as part of the ongoing project, Buildings Entered by Charles LaBelle." - back cover "Corpus contains drawings of buildings somehow related to the body—barbershops, nail salons, brothels, funeral homes, tattoo parlors—executed on..... Read More about Corpus
Barre, Mass: Barre Publishers, 1970. Firts Trade edition. On flyleaf "Inscribed for my friend, Emile Albert Berol with happy meories of his home, his family, his plantation and the dogs. Dana S. lamb 1970." Read More about A. Lassell Ripley. Sporting Etchings. Comentary by Dana S. Lamb. Introduction by Guido Perera
1953. One of 100 signed. Read More about Copper engraving: "Penthouse Roof"
1948. One of 100 signed. Read More about Engraving: "Alleyway"
Ca. 1870. Original New England Pencil Landscapes, Ca. 1870. An interesting scrapbook, annotated on front flyleaf: “Helen W. Avery / 19 Chester Park / Sketches from Nature”. A few of the drawings show buildings, but most depict the beauties of the landscape--mountains, lakes, woods, falls, a few distant villages. All..... Read More about Sketchbook of 28 full-page captioned pencil landscape renderings of New England locations
C.1880. RESTIGOUCHE. Charles Lanman (1819-1895) trained under Asher B. Durand and at 28 became an elected associate of the National Academy of Design in 1846.Lanman made sketching trips to every state east of the Rockies, many of which were published in American magazines. Washington Irving called him "the picturesque explorer..... Read More about Pencil drawing of "View of the Restigouche River."
Boston and Toronto: Little, Brown, . First edition. Read More about A Picture Gallery. Paintings and Drawings by...with text by the artist
[Austin]: The Encino Press, . From an edition limited to 850 numbered copies, this copy being number 113. With the pamphlet published for the original exhibition at the Dallas Museum of Fine Art in 1950. Read More about Western Beef Cattle. A Series of Eleven Paintings...Depicting the Origin and Development of the...
New York: Mitchell Press, . No. 115 of 1500 copies, signed by Levine. Inscribed on the ffep from Peter Wick, who wrote the Foreword, to his children. Read More about A Summer Sketchbook. Forerward by Peter A. Wick
New York: Mitchell Press, . No. 115 of 1500 copies, signed by Levine. Read More about A Summer Sketchbook. Forerward by Peter A. Wick
[Paris: 1932]. Number 2 of 25 copies containing each a series of eight final proofs on Montval paper and eight final proofs on vert de jade specially made for this deluxe edition. Printed by Braun & Co, imprimeurs d'art, Mulhouse (Haut-Rhin). ONE OF 25 COPIES. Read More about A Reproduction of a Statue by Boris Lovet-Lorski. Text by John Erskine
New York: c. 1910. Lowell, Orson. Original Drawing by Orson Lowell. Orson Byron Lowell [1871-1956], son of landscape artist Milton Lowell, entered classes of the Chicago Art Institute at age 16, remaining there as a student and instructor until 1893 when he moved to New York and became a professional..... Read More about Original drawing of a tavern scene depicting seven men, an eighth just entering
London: The Studio Limited, 1925. First edition, no. 868 of 1750 copies. Read More about Adventures by Sea From Art of Old Time. Preface by John Masefield
nd. Oil by Clare Boothe Luce. Clare Boothe Luce (1903-1987), one of the most celebrated women of her time, had an early career in fashion magazine editing, then went on to write several successful plays, notably The Women (1936) and Kiss the Boys Goodbye (1938). She married Time co-founder Henry..... Read More about Oil Painting: Still-Life of Rose in Vase
One of 250 copies. Luigi Lucioni created some of the most appealing images of Vermont in his oils and watercolors, and was named “painter lauriate” of Vermont by Life magazine. His etched images are sophisticated and complex executions consisting of multiple acid baths and micro tonal layering of textures and..... Read More about Etching: “Two Silos”
[Milan: Gruppo Editoriale Electa, 1982]. One of 1000. Read More about Man Ray. Edited by Daniela Palazzoli