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HONOR C. APPLETON (1879-1951)
No author listed. Illustrated by Honor C. Appleton.
Stock no. 1317080
Published by Chris Beetles Ltd.. 1990. Almost very good condition.
Square format. Pictorial cardwraps. Colour illustrations. Catalogue of exhibition of Appleton's work. ISBN: 1871136172. Covers edge rubbed and slightly marked. Light vertical crease to centre of front cover. Light stain affects top edges of covers and pages.
Written by Jacques Caumont; Jennifer Gough-Cooper. Illustrated by Marcel Duchamp.
Stock no. 1815140
Published by Thames and Hudson. 1st 1993. Slightly better than very good condition in a very good dustwrapper.
This book accompanies the major exhibition at the Palazzo Grassi in Venice in 1993. The book has been designed as a double-faced publication: from one direction, entitled 'Work', it contains a catalogue reproducing Duchamp's paintings, sculptures and miscellaneous objects. From the other direction, entitled 'Ephemerides', a day-by day account of the artist's life unfolds, organized according to astrological sign. Large format. Navy blue cloth, gilt title to spine. Colour & b/w illustrations. ISBN: 0500236569. Light browning to text block and page edges. Pictorial dustwrapper is edge-worn with a few small closed tears.
No author listed. Illustrated by Pablo Picasso.
Stock no. 1815125
Published by Electa. 1st 1992. Very good condition.
From the Rose Period to the Ochres of Gosol. An exhibition catalogue 1992. Large format. Cardwraps. Colour & b/w illustrations. 411 pages including index. ISBN: 8488045123.
HENRI MATISSE: A RETROSPECTIVE
Written by John Elderfield. Illustrated by Henri Matisse.
Stock no. 1815085
Published by Thames and Hudson. 1st 1992. Slightly better than very good condition in a nearly fine dustwrapper.
Published to accompany the retrospective exhibition of Henri Matisse's work at The Museum of Modern Art, New York 1992-1993. Large format. Black cloth boards, gilt title to spine and publisher's vignette to front. Colour & b/w illustrations. 479 pages including index. ISBN: 0500092311. One or two minor marks to contents.
HENRI ROUSSEAU: JUNGLES IN PARIS
Written by Frances Morris; Christopher Green. Illustrated by Henri Rousseau.
Stock no. 1815058
Published by Tate Publishing. 1st 2005. Fine condition in a nearly fine dustwrapper.
Produced on the occasion of the exhibition which ran from 2005-2006. Rousseau was a self-taught artist whose unique vision is perhaps best exemplified in his jungle scenes. These dream-like tableaux, based largely on visits to the Jardin des Plantes in Paris, captivate the viewer with the lushness of their colours and the unsettling exoticisim of the imaginary tropical world they portray. Large oblong format. Green boards, light green title to spine and vignette of a big cat to front. Colour illustrations throughout. 232 pages. ISBN: 1854376128.
MAURICE DENIS 1870-1943
Written by Jean-Paul Bouillon; Guy Cogeval; et al. Illustrated by Maurice Denis.
Stock no. 1815054
Published by Snoeck-Ducaju & Zoon. 1st 1994. Nearly fine condition.
Published in conjunction of the exhibition which ran from 1994-1995. Large format. Pictorial cardwraps. Colour & b/w illustrations. 375 pages including index. ISBN: 9053491309.
DEGAS AND THE DANCE
Written by Jill Devonyar; Richard Kendall. Illustrated by Edgar Degas.
Stock no. 1815051
Published by Harry N. Abrams, Inc.. 1st 2002. Fine condition in a nearly fine dustwrapper.
Published in conjunction with the exhibition of the same name running from 2002-2003. A study of Degas' ballet work in its historical context. Large format. Burgundy cloth boards, gilt title to spine and blind title to front. Colour & b/w illustrations. 303 pages including index. ISBN: 0810932822.
Written by Jane Martineau. Illustrated by Andrea Mantegna.
Stock no. 1815018
Published by Thames and Hudson; Electa. 1st 1992. Slightly better than very good condition in a nearly fine dustwrapper.
Edited by Martineau. Andrea Mantegna (c. 1431-1506) was quintessentially the artist of the early Italian Renaissance. Catalogue of her work exhibited in 1992. Large format. Blue cloth boards, silver titles. B/w and colour illustrations. xi and 499 pages including index. ISBN: 0500974004. Slight musty odour present, light browning to page edges.
CEZANNE TO VAN GOGH: THE COLLECTION OF DOCTOR GACHET
Written by Anne Distel; Susan Alyson Stein. Illustrated by Paul Cezanne; Claude Monet; Vincent Van Gogh.
Stock no. 1815017
Published by The Metropolitan Museum of Art. 1st 1999. Nearly fine condition in a very good dustwrapper.
Paul Gachet was a physician and an amateur artist who appreciated at an early date the genius of a number of painters struggling for recognition. This is a catalogue of the works he collected and exhibited in 1999. Large format. Blue/Green cloth boards, silver title to spine. B/w and colour illustrations. xiv and 314 pages. ISBN: 0870999036. A little off-setting to title page from frontispiece. Pictorial dustwrapper is scuffed to rear with a few grubby marks and grubby label.
THE LATE RICHARD DADD 1817-1886
Written by Patricia Aldridge. Illustrated by Richard Dadd.
Stock no. 1814982
Published by Tate Gallery. 1st 1974. Very good condition.
Richard Dadd is known as the artist of 'The Fairy Feller's Master-Stroke' in the Tate Gallery and as the man who murdered his father and was, as a result confined to Bethlem Hospital for life. This exhibition catalogue shows the whole range of Dadd's work in all its variety. Large format. Pictorial cardwraps. B/w and colour illustrations. 172 pages including index. ISBN: 0900874783. Name in red ink to front half-title page. Light page edge-browning. Glue holding covers to contents starting to dry out but still holding firm.
GAUDIER-BRZESKA LIFE AND ART
Written by Evelyn Silber. Illustrated by Henri Gaudier-Brzeska.
Stock no. 1814981
Published by Thames and Hudson. 1st 1996. Very good condition in a very good dustwrapper.
Henri Gaudier-Brzeska, a pioneering direct carver with a bold use of semi-abstract sculptural forms and organic dynamism. Catalogue Raisonne of the Sculpture. Large format. Grey boards, gilt title to spine and publisher's vignette to front. B/w and a few colour illustrations. ISBN: 0500092613. Heavy indentations to front board else contents fine. Pictorial dustwrapper has the remains of a label to front and rear.