Paris: au Ponts ses Arts (with Boston Book and Art Shop stamp on title-page), . Copy XCVIII of... Read More about Yvette Guilbert vue par Toulouse-Lautrec
Paris: 1928. First edition, one of 100, marked "H.C." Read More about Éloge de Raoul Dufy
New York: October 5, 1937. Published in PORTRAITS: the Photographs of Carl Van Vechten, (1978), edited by Saul Mauriber. Read More about Portrait photograph of Raoul Dufy
Paris: Les Ecrivains Reunis, . First edition, one of 850 copies on vélin teinté d’Annecy. Monograph on fauve artist Maurice de Vlaminck (1876-1958) with more than twenty of his drawings and paintings from 1920-25, and with four original engravings of landscapes. Read More about Maurice de Vlaminck
Paris et Bruxelles: G. Van Oest, 1926. Read More about La Gravure en France au XVIIIe Siècle. La Gravure de Portraits et de Paysages
Paris et Bruxelles: G. Van Oest, 1926. First edition. Read More about La Gravure en France au XVIIIe Siècle. La Gravure de Portraits et de Paysages
Geneva: 14 quai des Eaux Vives, 1882-1898. Showing various mountain towns in Switzerland, including Sion, Valois, Les Agathes, and a number of sketches in Algeria from 1882-1898. Mostly landsacpes, with a few portaits and drawing exercises. All in pencil save 2 in ink. Read More about Sketchbooks
New York: Privately Printed, 1937. First Edition, one of 300 copies. Inscribed on ffep "To Louis V. Ledoux with memories from Mabel La Farge December 1937." Artist and architect nephew and the namesake of a J.P. Morgan partner, a famous collector of Cezanne and an architect. Read More about Egisto Fabbri [Jr.] 1866-1933. With a Memoir by Mabel La Farge
Philadelphia: The Gray Falcon Press. London The Trianon Press, . Number 1426 of 1500 copies. With two colour frontispiece reproduced by hand in the workshop of Daniel Jacomet under the control of Marc Chagall and black and white illustrations in the text. Read More about Le Dur Désir de Durer. The English translation is by Stephen Spender and Frances Cornford
Paris: Editions d'Art Charles Moreau, 1939. The fourth volume in a series of interior design books. This one features room sets from some of the leading designers of 1939, including Jean Royere, Jacques Adnet, Rene Prou, Maurice Dufrene, Jules Leleu, et al. Read More about Ensembles mobiliers. 1939, volume 4
[ca. 1870]. Showing in relief a slender faun, nude except for an animal skin around his shoulders, his brow crowned with vine leaves, holding in his right hand a kylix, the whole of the composition modeled to fit the circular space; probably French, latter half of the 19th Century. In..... Read More about 19th CENTURY EROTIC CLASSICAL PLAQUE, in patinated iron, unsigned
Paris: Charles Moreau, 1927. Contains images of Art Deco interiors from 1927 designed by M. Matet, E. Printz, Leleu, et al. Read More about Intérieurs françcais au salon des artistes décorateurs 1927
Paris: Goupil & Co Art Publishers. Manzt, Joyant & Co, Art Publishers, Successors, 1900. Vellum edition. Read More about Salon of 1900 and the Decennial Exhibition. With the text in English, translated by Clarence Wason
New York: Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Abbeville Press, . First edition. Catalogue accompanying a Los Angeles County Museum of Art exhibition of landscape painting by the Fauves, a group of early-modern French painters that included Henri Matisse and Georges Braque. The reproductions in this catalogue are accompanied by..... Read More about The Fauve Landscape
np: nd. Frémiet was known for his animal and equestrian sculpture, his best known sculpture being a mounted statue of Jeanne d'Arc in the Place des Pyramids. Bartlett was active in Nerw England and New York and known for his Wounded Drummer Boy of Shiloh. Read More about Autograph Letter, Signed. To American Sculptor Theodore H. Bartlett (1835-1922). With: ALS from...
Paris: l'Imprimerie Nationale Exécutive du Louvre, 1793. David's Painting of the Death of Michel Lepelltier. Decree of the National Convention acknowledging the gift from the revolutionary painter David of his painting of Michel Lepelltier, and ordering that an engraving be made at the expense of the Republic. On the eve..... Read More about Décret No. 670 de la Convention Nationale, du 29 Mars 1793, l'an second de la république ... ...
Paris: Imprimerie Francois Bernouard 71, rue des Saints-Pères, . Number 59 of 125 copies sur papier vergé d'Arches à la forme, SIGNED BY DERAIN. Read More about La Cassette de Plomb. Poëmes de monsieur Georges Gabory
[Munchen; Berlin: Marees-Gesellschaft. Verlag R. Piper & Co. Hersteller: Ganymed, 1926]. Number LVI of LXXX copies specially bound (limitation notice on front pastedown). Deluxe issue. The deluxe issue of this beautifully produced facsimile in color of Gauguin's original manuscript of his collaboration with the Symbolist poet Charles Morice. A version..... Read More about Noa Noa, Voyage de Tahiti]. [Edited by Julius Meier-Graeffe
New York: Hammer Galleries, . Number 656 of 1000 copies. Read More about A Sketchbook/Carnet de Croquis. Text by Raymond Coginiat and foreword by John Rewald
Paris: Chez Helleu, 1928. One of 360, #300 signed by Helleu. Read More about Théodore Géricault: cinquante-sept aquarelles, dessins, croquis reproduits par Léon Marotte et...
Paris: aux Dépens d'un Amateur, . #67 of 130 copies on Rives signed by artist and author. WITH DRAWING. With a pencil drawing on the ffep of woman flying on a bird and inscribed by the artiusrt to Marvin Pocker 1965. Read More about Les cris de Paris
N.p. [Paris?]: n.d. Grandville, J.-J. Grandville Drawing. Dancers at a costume ball, all of whom wear cat-masks. Fine little sketch by one of the great illustrators of the nineteenth century. Read More about Bal Masqué
Paris: Editions des Chroniques du Jour, 1928. First edition, issue sur Papier d'Arches, limited to 60 numbered copies copy #59, with an original etching by Marcel Gromaire. WITH ORIGINAL ETCHING BY MARCEL GROMAIRE. Uncommon in this issue, limited to 60 copies 'sur Papier d'Arches' [of the 46 OCLC worldwide holdings..... Read More about Gromaire [par] Waldemar George
Paris: Publie Par Les Soins de Paul Gallimard, 1904. First edition, extra-illustrated "sur Japon" issue, limited to 16 numbered copies (with extra plates), this is copy 21, of 7-22 copies. ONE OF 16. Constantin Guys (1802-1892) was a Dutch-born, French artist and illustrator. OCLC locates 26 worldwide holdings (of the..... Read More about Constantin Guys. L'Historien du Second Empire. Gravures sur bois de Tony et Jacques BELTRAND...
Paris: Goupil, 1903. Number 127 of 200 on Holland paper. Read More about Salons of 1903. Translated by Paul Villars