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New York: Wilfred Funk, . Reprint. Inscribed on the half-title with a drawing showing a Covered Bridge. Inscription reading "To Arthur from Dick . Eric Sloane ." Read More about Diary of an Early American Boy. Noah Blake 1805
New York: Wilfred Funk, 1962. Reprint. Reprint, inscribed by Sloane to the McCanns and dated 1963. Read More about Diary of an Early American Boy. Noah Blake 1805
New York: Wilfred Funk, . Reprint. Inscribed on the endpapers with a drawing by Sloane showing a Covered Bridge. Inscription reading "To Arthur from Dick 1962. and below "Eric Sloane Cornwall Bridge Conn." Read More about Our Vanishing Landscape
New York: Wilfred Funk, . First edition. Inscribed on the half-title with a drawing. Inscription reading "To my brother Arthur from Gaby and Dick" . and below Eric Sloane has penned a dog and boy and signed it "Eric Sloane 1966." Read More about A Reverence for Wood
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1903. First Trade edition, one of 50,000 copies. Read More about Colonel Carter's Christmas
New York: nd. A note by the American author, illustrator, and engineer known for building the foundation of the Statue of Liberty and most notably for his best-selling novels, Tom Grogan, and Caleb West. Read More about Autograph note signed ("F. Hopkinson Smith") to ("My Dear Mr. Norton")...
Boston: The Sportsman Magazine, 1934. Scarce Original Drawings for The Sportsman. This work, by an artist who did covers and some other work for the magazine, consists of two full-page drawings with mortised rectangles for the text. It was used to illustrate Gordon Basssett's angling tall tale, “The Big Snake... Read More about The Big Snake of Harwich Swamps: original two-page spread illustration for this story in The...
n.p: n.d. (Ca. 1950). Original Drawing of Soglow's Little King. Drawn with a deceptive simplicity, Otto Sloglow's Little King remains one of the most memorable of American cartoon characters. Appearing for decades in The New Yorker, and other publications, his uncaptioned adventures were the quintessence of gentle humor and engaging..... Read More about The Little King: original drawing of Soglow's famous cartoon monarch, pencil on board, inscribed...
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 many Americans to a heritage hitherto unknown and unappreciated. Kelekian was born in Kayser..... Read More about 4 Head Studies of Dikran G. Kelekian. Pen and ink with watercolor on paper
New York: Da Capo, 1967. First edition. Inscribed by Soyer. Inscribed by Soyer under the original lithograph frontispiec and inscribed on t.p. by the 2 authors. Read More about Raphael Soyer, Fifty Years of Printmaking 1917-1967. Foreword by Jacob Kainen
Washington, D.C: New Republic Books, . First edition. INSCRIBED by Soyer on the flyleaf: "To Renee and Jack Berger in friendship / Raphael Soyer / 1977." Read More about Diary of an Artist
New York: Henry T.Thomas, 1893. One of 1000 copies, unnumbered. ESSEX HUNT, COACHING, ETC. A colorful and celebrated work, in the original four part portfolios, comprising sixteen plates and descriptive text, all that were issued of the projected forty-four plates mentioned on the cover. “A good account of sporting activities... Read More about Sporting Incidents; Being a Collection of Sixteen Plates done in Color with numerous smaller cuts...
New York: The New Yorker, Published 17 November 1951. Original Steig New Yorker Cartoon. “William Steig is the doyen of New Yorker artists, having contributed to the magazine since 1930. He is the author of more than forty books, including many beloved children's books. His drawings and watercolors are in... Read More about “Help! Help!” Original drawing for a New Yorker magazine cartoon, pen and wash, signed “W....
Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1986. First edition. Inscribed "To Steve & Sigrid love Frank 1986." Read More about Working Space
Chicago: Published by The Chicago Society of Etchers for its Members, 1913. First edition. Read More about The Etching of Cities
New York: E.P. Dutton, . Read More about Stobart. The Rediscovery of American Marine Heritage
New York: New York Public Library, 1933. Second edition, Revised. Inscribed. Inscribed by Stokes on the flyleaf. Read More about American Historical Prints, Early Views of Cities, etc. from the Phelps Stokes and Other Collections
New York: New York Public Library, 1933. First edition. Read More about American Historical Prints, Early Views of Cities, etc. from the Phelps Stokes and Other Collections
New York: Rizzoli International Publications in association with The Gagosian Gallery, . First edition. A posthumous survey of Warhol's lesser-known later work, including an essay by art historian Charles Stuckey and extensive reproductions of the artist's late-period drawings and prints. Read More about Andy Warhol: Heaven and Hell Are Just One Breath Away! Late Paintings and Related Works, 1984-1986
Charleston: 2 February, 1846. To Caroline Howard Gilman on Reading "Southern Matron" Interesting association between the American painter and one of the most popular of America's women authors of the 19th century, Caroline Gilman (1794-1888), author of the immensely popular Southern novel, Recollections of a Southern Matron (1838)." ... I.... Read More about Autograph Letter Signed ("Thos Sully") to author Caroline Howard Gilman, upon reading...
New Canaan, Ct: March 3, 1949. Read More about Signed Check Made out to A. George Fasano drawn on the First National Bank & Trust Co. for $2.00
Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1913. First Edition. Number 20 of 30 copies with the illustrations printed by hand on Japanese paper. The artist’s memoirs of Stowe, Vermont, Mt. Mansfield. Rare. The preface has been signed by Florence T. Holt. Read More about Stowe Notes, Letters and Verses [Preface by Florence T. Holt
New York: December 27, 1945. Rufino Tamayo (1899-1991) was a Zapotecan Indian born in the Mexican state of Oaxaca. He moved to México City where he attended the Escuela Nacional de Artes Plasticas "San Carlos." Tamayo was exposed to the cultural wealth of pre-Colombian México as he worked as a...... Read More about Portrait photograph of Rufino Tamayo