New York: Clarkson N. Potter (Stryria Studio), 1979. #68 of 200 signed copies. Read More about Queens of Clubs
Boston: Henry W. Dutton & Son, Printers Nos. 33 & 35 Congress Street, 1856. Homer, Winslow. First edition, large-paper issue (with leaves measuring 10-3/4 by 7-1/4 inches), in deluxe gift binding. WITH SEVEN EARLY LITHOGRAPHS BY WINSLOW HOMER; LARGE-PAPER COPY (PUBLISHED IN 1856). Winslow Homer (1836-1910) was twenty years old..... Read More about Proceedings at the Reception and Dinner in Honor of George Peabody, Esq. of London, By the...
New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc, (1978). Read More about Edward Hopper
New York: Viking, . First American edition. SIGNED BY BASKIN, WITH DRAWING. Signed by the artist, with a signed and dated 1993 drawing of a bird by Basxkin head beneath on the half-title. Read More about Cave Birds. An Alchemical Cave Drama
Boston: April 1885. A fine watercolor of a young girl (possibly the artist's daughter) by the American artist and illustrator, docketed in pencil on the verso "Presented by Miss L.B. Humphrey, Boston, Mass. Rec'd Apr 23/85". [WITH] Autograph Letter Signed from Humphrey ("L.B.H."), Boston March 18 (docketed on rear "rec'd..... Read More about Head of a Young Girl
[New York: The Derrydale Press, 1935]. Read More about American Big Game Fishing]. Five color plates from paintings by Lynn Bogue Hunt: Tarpon, Giant...
[New York: The Derrydale Press, 1936]. Read More about An Artist’s Game Bag] Proof plates of black and white drawings by Lynn Bogue Hunt
New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc, (1969). First edition. Pprofessor Hunter provides an authoritative account of River's life and works, as well as an acute analysis of his artistic development. Includes a memoir by Frank O'Connor. Read More about Larry Rivers
New York: Privately Printed [by William A. Rudge], 1928. One of 200 copies. Long autobiographical letter from American artist George Inness, 1884, reproduced in facsimile. With lengthy presentation inscription from Helen Sargent Hitchcock to New York publisher and bibliophile George A. Plimpton (1855-1936). Read More about A Letter from George Inness to Ripley Hitchcock
n.p: Late 1940s. Art Dealer Kelekian, by Eric Isenburger. A fine portrait of Armenian-born Kelekian (1868-1951), one of the most important art/antiquites dealers of the modern era. Known to his peers as the "dean of antiquities", Kelekian's connoisseurship of the ancient art of the Near East opened the eyes of..... Read More about Portriat of Dikram G. Kelekian: black chalk on gray textured paper; signed in pencil ("Eric...
1879. Johnson, Eastman. The Mentor. Most likely a Nantucket scene, depicting an older man in an explanatory or advisory role with a young girl. The man bears a resemblence to Captain Charles Myrick, a Nantucket man who appears in several of Johnson's paintings and etchings from this period. From a...... Read More about Etching on tissue paper, signed in the plate "E.Johnson 1879" and by the etcher...
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1982. First Edition. Read More about Rockwell Kent. An Anthology of His Work
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1982. First Edition. Read More about Rockwell Kent. An Anthology of His Work. [Foreword by Jamie Wyeth
n.p: Privately printed, . A very early typographic work by Ray Johnson, a birth announcement for the arrival of twins Katherine Covey and Ann Wilson - the children of Johnson's friend William S. Wilson, and the grandchildren of the artist May Wilson. May and Bill Wilson are central to the..... Read More about Birth Announcement for Kate and Ara Ann Wilson
[New York: Vincent Fitzgerald & Co, 1987]. One of 50 numbered copies, from a total edition of 65 (including fifteen artist's proofs), signed by Susan Weil and Marjorie Van Dyke. The Weil - Van Dyke Epiphanies. A stunning visual meditation upon the texts of Joyce's epiphanies, executed in original etchings..... Read More about Epiphanies
Boston: Museum of Fine Arts, 1950. second printing. Read More about Eighteeenth-Century American Arts. The M. and M. Karolik Collection
[San Francisco]: Book Club of California, 1930. Links, Julian A. No 10 of 300 copies printed at the Windsor Press. With TLS of Rockwell Kent, charging plagarism. With a typed letter signed of Rockwell Kent to Oscar Lewis, secretary of the Book Club of California, voicing his strong displeasure with..... Read More about The Book of Thel
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..... Read More about A Northern Christmas Being the Story of a Peaceful Christmas in the Remote and Peaceful...
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