n.p: Mirror Enterprises Co, September 19, 1957 - November 12, 1958. Forty original one-panel comics from the early... Read More
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Morgan Hall, Fairford, Gloucestershire: Nov 25, 1905 & March 10, 1906.
n.p. Edwin A. Abbey Sketchbook. Extracts from an early Edwin Abbey sketchbook, containing 19 pencil sketches signed by Abbey. Some are rudimentary sketches of trees and shrubs, others detailed, complete drawings of landscapes and houses This album was given to Abbey Thom Kissel from his grand-uncle Alden Freeman, in appreciation...
1761. An invoice for whitening, ceiling repair, spotting, mending an oven; docketed for Mr. Waine's account on verso.
[New York]: 27 October 1954. Addams to a Little Admirer. The great American cartoonist of the macabre writes:“Dear Robert, Thanks for your very kind letter. I’m glad that you like my pictures and I will try to do more of them. They’re all so special, that it isn’t easy to.....
New York: Simon and Schuster, 1960. First edition. Inscribed. Inscribed to author Nathaniel Benchley and his wife, “For Marg and Nathaniel with love, Chas Addams, New York, 1960.” Addams designed the jacket to Benchley’s children’s book The Visitors (1965).
New York: Simon and Schuster, 1957. First edition. Inscribed with Drawing of Pugsley. With a full-page pen drawing on the fly leaf of Pugsley with a pet lizard, inscribed to author Nathaniel Benchley, “For Nat, Chas Addams, 1957.” Addams designed the jacket to Benchley’s children’s book The Visitors (1965).....
London: published for I. Flaxman Junr. by J. Matthews No. 44 Strand, Januray 12, 1795. Flaxman, John. First edition.
N. P: n.d. [1970's]. Each drawing showing a view of a small farm of an African-American family, probably southern. The first showing a woman in apron and cap churning butter on the porch,h talking to a young boy in a baseball cap while on the front steps a young girl.....
Paris: Marcel Seheur, 1933. Number 684. INSCRIBED BY ARTIST. The artsist was Jewish, Ukrainian 1894-1962). The book is inscribed to the Weslers by the artist in 1950.
London & Paris: Rossange, Barthes and Lowell; Audot, Éditeur, 1829-1834.
Palm Desert, CA: Desert Magazine, 1960. Second printing.
V.p: 1889-90. Record of a Hunting Trip to Alaska, 1889-1890. Album of drawings and photographs by an accomplished amateur artist, Thomas Gilbert Bowick, during a hunting trip in Oregon and Alaska with his brother John Robie Bowick in 1889 and 1890. The brothers, apparently of English extraction, were part owners...
[Alaska]: c. 1905. A collection of photos including images of the U.S. Revenue Cutter (USRC) Manning and her crew. Designed as a cruising cutter for the Revenue Cutter Service, the Manning was commissioned on 8 January, 1898. After service with the U.S. Navy during the Spanish-American War, the Manning returned...
1843. Rare - the plate for this print remained private and was never used for a published edition.
China: Ca. first half of 19th century. Album of 34 Original Chinese Watercolors. A very interesting and engaging collection of genre scenes. The trees, rocks, and landscapes are particularly well rendered, and the figures are full of life. The pictures in many such albums often follow a sequence of events...
[Berlin, Charlottenburg]: [c.1908]. Includes dated drawings of on the Spree River, as seen from the gardens behind the Fredericks Palace, Berlin (May 20, 1908) and King William's Hunting lodge in Grunwald (May 21, 1908), as well as statues, landscapes, and architecture in Charlottenburg and Grunwald.
Munich: Galerie van der Loo, . #28 of 50 with an original lithographic print, signed and numbered. ONE OF 50.
Alexander (1767-1816) was particularly noted for his pencil and watercolor portraits of Chinese people, of which this frontal bust drawing is a fine, typical example. Many of these derive from his lengthy stay in Peking, beginning in 1792; on his return to London he became a professor of art, and...
New York: Crown Publishers, Inc, . First edition, Number 57 of 150 copies, signed by the Author.
N.p: n.d. [c. 1910?].
Nuremberg: Abr. Wagenman, 1617. First edition thus. Hoe copy. Described as "Editio II," this is actually an enlarged edition of a work original published in 1597, documenting prize medals made for students of the Altdorf academy in Nuremberg. "The most remarkable example of [emblems and numismatics coming together] is the...
N. P. [American]: ca. 1850's.
New York: Anson D. F. Randolph [John A. Gray, Printer and Stereotyper], 1857. First edition. Handcolored Plates.
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1957. First Edition. A most important study of Pre-Columbian art from Mexico written by a pioneer of aesthetic appreciation of ancient Native American art.