New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1925. Parrish, Maxfield. First edition. A lavishly illustrated work, characteristic of Parrish’s style... Read More about The Knave of Hearts
Morgan Hall, Fairford, Gloucestershire: Nov 25, 1905 & March 10, 1906. Read More about Two Autograph Letters, Signed, One to Miss Luff (autograph request)and another to Mr. Harris...
Abbey, Edwin Austin. Abbey was a prominent American illustrator, noted for his period drawings for Harper's and numerous literary volumes in the style of Hugh Thomson. "He was an important link with American drawing for British artists and was influential in introducing the taste for 18th century subjects and themes"..... Read More about Original pen, ink and pencil drawing, 8-3/4 by 5-3/4 inches, mounted to 10 by 7 1/2 inch leaf,...
Boston: Lothrop Publishing Co, nd. Read More about The ABC Surprises
[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..... Read More about Autograph Letter, Signed (Chas Addams), to Robert Black (sic Block
New York: Published by Windmill Books, Inc Distributed by Harper & Row, . Addams, Charles. First edition. Addams' first book aimed at children and the first publication of Windmill Books. Read More about The Mother Goose
Boston: Houghton, Mifflin & Company, 1882. First edition. Inscribed to the Translator. Presentation copy inscribed "Madame Thérese Blanc from her friend T.B. Aldrich" on fhe half-title.Together with a 2 pp. A.L.S. to Auguste Allion , May 9, 1899 mentioning the success of his book and its translation by Madame Blanc..... Read More about Poems
New York: Dodd, Mead & Comapny, 1934. Kent, Rockwell. First edition. Read More about Candy
Kentfield, California: The L-D Allen Press, 1954. Dean, Malette. One of 175 copies. The typeface is Romanée, set by hand: the paper is Crown & Sceptre, hand-made in England. Printed on an Acorn Press. Read More about The Private Journals of Stendahl, 1811-1817. Selected & Newly Translated by Francis Carmody
Published in New York: by Viking Press, 1940. Read More about Suite of 8 signed lithographs for his own book PARADISE VALLEY
San Francisco: Random House, 1928. Angelo, Valenti. Copy No. 909 of 980 copies printed by the Grabhorn Press. Read More about The Scarlet Letter
[published New York: Limited Editions Club, printed by Edmund Thompson at Hawthorn House in Windham, Conn, 1935]. The complete set of Angelo's fine, oval miniature drawings for the fine LEC edition Hawthorne's classic, comprising his original illustrations for the cover, the title page, and the 21 chapter headpieces. Quite as..... Read More about 23 original drawings, mostly signed ("Valenti Angelo"), for Nathaniel Hawthorne's THE...
Bronxville, New York: nd. Read More about Valenti Angelo Author, Illustrator Printer. An Autobiographical Story
New York: Macmillan, 1930. First editon, Deluxe Issue, Number 202 of 300 copies, signed by the author and artist. Read More about Creatures
Garden City, New York: Doubleday, Doran & Company, 1929. Artzybasheff, Boris. First edition. Read More about Herodotus. Edited by Gordon King
New York: The Viking Press, 1937. First Published April 1937. Winner of the First Caldecott Prize. Read More about Seven Simeons: a Russian tale retold and illustrated by Boris Artzybasheff , (Text in English
New York: Robert McBridge, . Bacon, Peggy. Third printing. SIGNED. Signed by Bacon on the flyleaf. A brilliant display of nearly fifty sketches of public figures, along with her sharp and funny verbal portraits. Read More about Off With Their Heads!
N.p: n.d. [1900s]. Read More about Portrait of Horse "Tobbey."
London: Arthur Hall, Virtue & Co. [R. Clay, Printer. Bread Street Hill], 1853. First edition. Engravings by Bartlett (1809-1854), as superb as those for his famous AMERICAN SCENERY (1840). Read More about The Pilgrim Fathers; or, The Founders of New England in the Reign of James the First
. An original illustration from one of Bemelmans' earliest books, Noodle, written by Munro Leaf. The illustration shows the dachshund Noodle hiding beneath a long sofa, peering sideways at the reader. It appears as the last of three pictures illustrating the first sentence of the book: "This is the story..... Read More about Original illustration of the title character from "Noodle"
Ludwig Bemelmans (1898-1962) was born in a part of Austria-Hungary that is now Italy. His first language was French, and his second German, and he emigrated to the United States before WWI, where he joined the Army, then worked in hotels. His early attempts at a career as a professional..... Read More about Portrait of Madeline
n.p. Original Bemelmans Watercolor Studies. Ludwig Bemelmans (1892-1962), Austrian-born American painter and writer, drew on his hotel and restaurant experiences for many of his stories and novels, which he often illustrated with his own sophisticated drawings and watercolors. Although he also wrote for adults, he is perhaps best known for..... Read More about Watercolor studies of Madeline and Pepito and the head of a young woman
[Brooklandville, Maryland: Privately published by John T. Ordeman, 1983]. Number 9 of 50 copies numbered, signed by Ordeman, Ernest Hickok and specially bound in a limited edition of 1000, privately printed. Read More about Frank W. Benson. Master of the Sporting Print
Garden City, New York: Doubleday Doran, 1925. benton, Thomas hart. Number 506 of 1000 copies signed by the Artist. Caslon Linotype, designed by A.P. Tedesco. Read More about The Oregon Trail. Sketches of Prairie and Rocky-Mountain Life
Ca. mid 1930s. Original 1930s Magazine Artwork. Read More about Painting: Couple skating beneath Saturday Evening Post masthead