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ART, PRESS & ILLUSTRATED BOOKSPlatinum House
367 lots | 208 with images
October 11, 2012Live Auction
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Description: ALBERS, JOSEF. Formulation: Articulation. 2 volumes. 127 color screenprints, 380x510 mm; 15x20 inches (sheets), full margins, each printed on folding numbered folio sheets. Large oblong folio, booklet with preface and descriptive text and plates laid into publisher's grey cloth-covered folding portfolios; slipcases. New York: Harry N. Abrams; and New Haven: Ives-Sillman, Inc., 1972View additional info »
Description: ALBERS, JOSEF. The Interaction of Color. 80 color screenprints. 330x255 mm; 12 7/8x9 3/4 inches (sheets), full margins, laid into individual folders. Folio, plates and accompanying booklet laid into brown cloth folding box, gentle separation at corners of box; text volume is bound in cloth; slipcase, light usual fraying. Danilowitz page 20. New Haven, 1963View additional info »
Description: (ALLEN PRESS.) Allen, Lewis and Dorothy. The Allen Press Bibliography. Printed in vermilion, blue and green. Illustrated with tipped-in samples from past printings, woodcuts, etc.; title-page with vine design by Mallette Dean hand-colored by Dorothy Allen. Folio, beige fabric hand-blocked with Lion device by Fortuny, Venice; slipcase; prospectus laid in. Greenbrae, 1981View additional info »
Description: (ALLEN PRESS.) Cott, Hobart; editor. Dialogues of Creatures Moralised. 122 woodcuts after the first edition of 1480. Folio, pictorial cloth; slipcase, very mild fraying; prospectus in mailing envelope laid in; Norman J. Sondheim bookplate. Kentfield, 1967View additional info »
Description: (ALLEN PRESS.) Dryden, John. All for Love: Antony-Cleopatra, a Romantic Tragedy. Frontispiece portrait of Cleopatra, hand-painted on papyrus in the style of ancient Egypt by artists in Cairo using gold and colors; hand-colored woodcut chapter heads by Dorothy Allen; text pages decorated in the margin with Egyptian hieroglyphs and symbols. Folio, ecru silk; slipcase. one of 140 unnumbered copies./span Kentfield, 1976View additional info »
Description: (ALLEN PRESS.) Four Fictions. Color illustrations by Blair Hughes-Stanton, Michele Forgeois, Joseph Low, and Paolo Carasone. Folio, publisher's cream and brown boards, faint soiling and wear to spine tips; glassine dust jacket. limited edition, one of 137 copies./span Works by Joseph Conrad, Gustave Flaubert, Henry James and Luigi Pirandello. Kentfield, 1973View additional info »
Description: (ALLEN PRESS.) Hyginus, Gaius Julius. The Poeticon Astronomicon. Translated into English by Mark Livingston and D. Neel Smith. Printed in orange, blue, and black. 48 woodcut illustrations reproducing those in Ratdolt's edition of 1482; title-page and initials hand-colored. Printed damp on handmade paper by the Barcham Green Mill. 4to, blue slubbed linen pictorially stamped in blue and red; linen slipcase; prospectus leaf laid in. one of 140 unnumbered copies./span Greenbrae, 1985View additional info »
Description: (ALLEN PRESS.) Kazantzakis, Nikos. Christopher Columbus. Printed in orange, black, grey, and yellow. Woodcut of 1472 world map. Printed on handmade rag paper made at the Wookey Hole Mill in England, with the Allen Press watermark. Folio, contents loose as issued in printed yellow wrappers; blue cloth clamshell box with cover label. one of 142 unnumbered copies./span Kentfield, 1972View additional info »
Description: (ALLEN PRESS.) Group of 4 volumes. Illustrated. Various sizes, original bindings. Each a limited edition. Kentfield or Greenbrae, vdView additional info »
Description: (ALLEN PRESS.) Group of 7 volumes. Illustrated by John De Pol and others. Folio and 4to, original bindings. Each a limited edition. Norman J. Sondheim bookplates. Kentfield or Greenbrae, vdView additional info »
Description: (ALLEN PRESS.) Group of 7 titles in 8. Illustrated by John De Pol and others. 4to, original bindings. Each a limited edition as noted; prospectuses laid into all volumes; Norman J. Sondheim bookplates. Kentfield or Greenbrae, Calif., vdView additional info »
Description: (ALPHABET.) D'Ariane à Zoé: Alphabet Galant et Sentimental. 26 lithographed plates by Dunoyer de Segonzac, Dufy, Laurencin, Legrand, Lydis, and others. Small folio, contents loose as issued in original wrappers; contents clean; glassine dust jacket; board chemise and slipcase, chemise backstrip soiled. Paris: Librairie de France, 1930View additional info »
Lot 13: (ANDERSON, ALEXANDER.) Burr, Frederic M. Life and Works of Alexander Anderson, M.D., the First American Wood Engraver. 1893. One of 25
Description: (ANDERSON, ALEXANDER.) Burr, Frederic M. Life and Works of Alexander Anderson, M.D., the First American Wood Engraver. Frontispiece portrait of Anderson; numerous reproductions. Large 8vo, original gilt-lettered vellum with a few spots of natural discoloration, covers slightly warped; contents clean. first edition. number 24 of only 25 copies/span on Crane's parchment vellum paper, signed by burr./span New York: Burr Brothers, 1893View additional info »
Description: ANDERSON, PER. Olle: Doce Estudios del Mismo Modelo. 12 lithographs, 490x400 mm; 19 1/4x15 3/4 inches, mounted to accordion-folded board that unfolds to more than ten feet in length; last lithograph Signed by Anderson; marbled slipcase. Mexico, privately published, 2004View additional info »
Description: (ANVIL PRESS / VICTOR HAMMER.) Chapters on Writing and Printing. Text by Hammer, Paul Standard, R. Hunter Middleton, and Carolyn R. Hammer. Printed in black and brown. Illustrations and specimens of the press bound in. 8vo, publisher's tan-grey boards with printed paper spine label, slightly soiled; Norman J. Sondheim bookplate. number 95 of 134 copies/span and among the scarcer works of the press. Lexington, KY, 1963View additional info »
Description: (ANVIL PRESS / VICTOR HAMMER.) Hall, Joseph. Samson. Printed in black, red, and blue on handmade Magnani paper. With 8 illustrations by Fritz Kredel after the Biblia Pauperum. 4to, 1/4 morroco over marbled boards, light wear; binder's ticket of L. Crump; two folded specimen leaves laid in. Norman J. Sondheim bookplate. number 8 of only 60 copies, signed by the illustrator./span Lexington, KY: Stamperia Del Santuccio, 1972View additional info »
Lot 17: (ANVIL PRESS / VICTOR HAMMER.) Hölderlin, Johann Christian Friedrich. Gedichte . . . CXCVI-MDCCCIV.
Description: (ANVIL PRESS / VICTOR HAMMER.) Hölderlin, Johann Christian Friedrich. Gedichte . . . CXCVI-MDCCCIV. Printed in brown and black. Engraved title-page portrait. Folio, plain stiff boards, later gatherings a trifle loose, printed spine label, sunned; uncut; lined slipcase, cracked along one edge, toned, spine faded; Louis E. Goodman and Norman J. Sondheim bookplates on front pastedown. [Lexington, KY], 1949View additional info »
Description: (ANVIL PRESS / VICTOR HAMMER.) The Newe Testamente. 4 volumes comprising the Four Gospels of Saints Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. Printed in red and black. Woodcut illustrations. Small 8vo, publisher's grey boards with printed spine labels; Norman J. Sondheim bookplates. Each a limited edition of 300 unnumbered copies. Printed by Victor and Jacob Hammer. (Lexington, 1955)View additional info »
Description: (AQUARIUS PRESS.) Avati. Noah's Ark. 10 mezzotints by Avati, each signed in pencil. Folio, contents loose as issued in zebra-striped cloth folding box. number 60 of only 75 copies./span (New York, 1971)View additional info »
Description: (AQUARIUS PRESS.) Colescott, Warrington. Death in Venice: Ten Etchings. 10 color etchings, each signed, titled, and dated by Colescott, in pencil; accompanied by a copy of Thomas Mann's Death in Venice printed by Alfred Knopf in New York in 1965; prints and book laid into gilt-stamped blue and black slipcase, lightly rubbed and a few spots of fading. copy letter g of only eight portfolios reserved for collaborators./span From a total edition of 122. Baltimore, 1971View additional info »
Description: (AQUARIUS PRESS.) Erasmus, Desiderius. In Praise of Folly (Encomium moriae). 10 woodcuts on Japanese mulberry paper by Eichenberg, each signed in pencil. 509x369 mm; 20x14 1/2 inches (sheets), printed by James Lanier. Folio, contents loose as issued in original wrappers, lightly soiled; red cloth clamshell box. number 4 of 150 copies./span From a total edition of 160. New York, 1972View additional info »
Description: (AQUARIUS PRESS.) James, Henry. The Jolly Corner. 21 etchings by Peter Milton, each Signed in pencil, lower right. Folio, contents loose as issued in black cloth folding portfolio. Baltimore, 1971View additional info »
Lot 23: (ARCHITECTURE.) Campbell, Colin. Vitruvius Britannicus. Vol. 2 only. 1717 + Palladio. Architecture. Parts 1-3 (of 4) in one vol. 1736
Description: (ARCHITECTURE.) Campbell, Colin; et al. Vitruvius Britannicus; or, The British Architect. Volume 2 (of 5) only. 74 engraved plates. , 8 pages, including engraved title * Palladio, Andrea. Andrea Palladio's Architecture, in Four Books. Parts 1-3 (of 4) in one volume. 118 engraved plates on 116 leaves. , 70; -121, ; -177 pages, including engraved frontispiece, general title, and dedication. Together, 2 volumes. Folio, Campbell in contemporary calf, worn, joints cracked, cords intact, marginal foxing throughout, few plates browned; Palladio in 18th-century 1/2 sheep, binding broken, contents relatively clean. London, 1717; 1736View additional info »
Lot 24: (ARCHITECTURE.) École Nationale des Beaux Arts. Les Grands Prix de Rome d'Architecture de 1850 à 1900.
Description: (ARCHITECTURE.) École Nationale des Beaux Arts. Les Grands Prix de Rome d'Architecture de 1850 à 1900. 4 volumes. Over 500 phototype plates reproducing drawings. Folio, original printed board portfolios, spines and covers edgeworn, ties broken; scattered toning to margins; ex-library with stamps and bookplates, internally unmarked. Paris: Guérinet, circa 1904View additional info »
Lot 25: (ARCHITECTURE.) Gauthier, Martin-Pierre. Les plus beaux Édifices de la Ville de Gênes et de ses Environs.
Description: (ARCHITECTURE.) Gauthier, Martin-Pierre. Les plus beaux Édifices de la Ville de Gênes et de ses Environs. 2 volumes. Part One with 102 numbered plates engraved by Thierry or Hibon showing plans, interior views, architectural elevations and cross-sections (some double-page), and 6 expansive views engraved by Bence and Thierry (most bi- and tri-fold). Part Two with 72 plates and plans (69 numbered and three additional plates). Folio, 19th-century 1/2 purple morocco-backed boards, spines dry and rubbed, scuffing, bump to fore edge of Vol. 1 affecting very outer edge of some leaves; hinges professionally reinforced, scattered foxing. Paris: Chez l'Auteur, 1818; 1832View additional info »
Description: (ARCHITECTURE.) Hejduk, John. Three Projects. Introduction by George Sadek. Designed by Galen Harley. 35 plates (457x457 mm; 18x18 inches), 24 illustrations, including 2 color plates (one of which is a screenprint). Square folio, contents loose as issued in printed styrene box, light surface wear. New York: Cooper Union, 1969View additional info »
Description: (ARCHITECTURE.) Humphries, John S. Bermuda Houses. Photographic plates and plans of early shops, villas, cottages, and other dwellings in Bermuda, captioned in lower margins. 4to, gilt-stamped red cloth, edgeworn, slightly mildewed and foxed along edges. scarce first and only edition./span Boston: Marshall Jones Co., (1923)View additional info »
Lot 28: (ARCHITECTURE.) Le Cottage: Revue Internationale de l'Habitation a bon Marche et de l'Art Pour Tous.
Description: (ARCHITECTURE.) Le Cottage: Revue Internationale de l'Habitation a bon Marche et de l'Art Pour Tous. 2me Année, 1904- first two months of 3me Année, 1905. Title-page designed by Henri Meunier, hundreds of color and black-and-white illustrations of domestic architecture and interior design including projects by Leopold Bauer, Wunivald Deininger, D. Willaert, and many others. Thick 4to, original pictorial boards backed in cloth; hinges cracked, a bit shaken with a few leaves at end loose from binding. Brussels: Librarie des Arts Décoratifs & Industriels, 1904-05View additional info »
Lot 29: (ARCHITECTURE.) LeTarouilly, Paul. Édifices de Rome moderne ou recueil des palais, maisons, eglises, couvents . . . de la ville de Rome
Description: (ARCHITECTURE.) LeTarouilly, Paul. Édifices de Rome moderne ou recueil des palais, maisons, eglises, couvents . . . de la ville de Rome. 4 volumes, including text volume. Additional engraved title, engraved portrait, 354 engraved plates, double-page engraved map. Plates volumes large folio, text is smaller folio, contemporary red half morocco over marbled boards, top edges gilt, scuffed, Volume 1 loose from text block; ex-library, with stamps and bookplates, internally unmarked. Paris, Morel, 1857-68View additional info »
Lot 30: (ARCHITECTURE.) Lissitzky El. Russland: Die Rekonstruktion der Architektur in der Sowjetunion.
Description: (ARCHITECTURE.) Lissitzky El. Russland: Die Rekonstruktion der Architektur in der Sowjetunion. 104 plates. Thin 4to, red cloth stamped in blind and deep red, good condition; pictorial dust jacket, spine panel soiled, chips at ends and along folds, 1-inch chip to margin of upper outer corner of rear panel, additional mild chipping and rubbing along edges, cellotape repairs on verso; ex-collection Emiel van Leemputten, with his bookplate. first edition./span Vienna: Anton Schroll & Co., 1930View additional info »
Lot 31: (ARCHITECTURE.) Morance, Albert; publisher. l'Architecture Vivante. Automne/Hiver 1925 * Printemps 1928.
Description: (ARCHITECTURE.) Morance, Albert; publisher. l'Architecture Vivante. Automne/Hiver 1925 * Printemps 1928. Together, 2 volumes. 75 plates, a few colored in pochoir. Contributions and plates by Mies van der Rohe, J J. P. Oud, Van Doesburg, Van Eesteren, Van de Velde, Rietveld, Le Corbusier, A. Raymond, and others. 4to, contents loose as issued in printed boards (1925) and wrappers (1928), hinges starting and scattered toning and creasing; scattered mild foxing, mostly to 1925 volume. Paris: Albert Morancé, 1925; 1928View additional info »
Lot 32: (ARCHITECTURE.) Palladio, Andrea. The First Book of Architecture . . . Twelfth Edition, Corrected and Enlarged, with a New Model of th
Description: (ARCHITECTURE.) Palladio, Andrea. The First Book of Architecture . . . Twelfth Edition, Corrected and Enlarged, with a New Model of the Cathedral of St. Paul, London as it is now Rebuilt. Engraved frontispiece, folding plate of St. Paul's, and 70 engraved plates (3 folding), numerous diagrams. 8vo, late 18th-early 19th century calf with gilt-lettered red calf spine label, general wear; pages browned, a few repairs to short clean tears, "A" and "B" inked in contemporary hand in corners of title-page. London: A. Bettesworth & Hitch, 1733View additional info »
Description: (ARCHITECTURE.) Wright, Frank Lloyd. Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwürfe. 2 portfolios. 32 pages of German text and booklet with English translation. 72 lithographed plates with Wright's raised stamp, many with detailed printed and all 28 captioned tissue overlays, 640x405 mm; 25 1/4x16 inches, sheets. Folio, contents loose as issued, publisher's 1/4 cloth over board portfolio cases, worn, spines defective and with library labeling; plates with scattered light toning, some guards chipped or creased at edges but generally in good condition; ex-library, with labels and bookplate, plates unmarked. Berlin: Ernst Wasmuth, 1910View additional info »
Description: (ARCHITECTURE.) Wright, Frank Lloyd. Group of 6 pamphlets including a copy of "An Autobiography: Book Six, Broadacre City" inscribed and signed by wright/span to Charles Ross, for whom he built a residence in Delavan, Wisconsin in 1902. 8vo, thin printed paper wrappers, variously but only moderately worn. Vp, vdView additional info »
Description: WORLD TRADE CENTER ARCHITECT (ARCHITECTURE.) Yamasaki, Minoru. A Life in Architecture. Illustrated with color photographic plates of his buildings, both interior and exteriors, along with site plans and floor plans. 4to, silver-stamped grey cloth; dust jacket; cloth slipcase with cover label. first edition. inscribed and signed by yamasaki to a friend/span on the half-title. New York and Tokyo, (1979)View additional info »
Description: ARIKHA, AVIGNON; and BECKETT, SAMUEL. Au Loin un Oiseau. Complete set of five etchings on Arches paper, each signed by Arikha, measuring 435x380mm; 17 1/8x15 inches, sheets, wide margins. Folio, contents loose as issued in printed wrappers; publisher's rough linen clamshell box. New York: The Double Elephant Press, 1973View additional info »
Description: ARLINGTON, LEWIS CHARLES. The Chinese Drama from the Earliest Times until Today. 116 color plates, including frontispiece; black-and-white chapter and divisional headpieces throughout. 4to, original cloth-backed patterned boards with peacock feather design (repeated on endpapers), backstrip worn, covers detached; contemporary owner's inscription on front flyleaf. first edition. number 171 of 750 copies, signed by arlington./span Shanghai: Kelly and Walsh, 1930View additional info »
Description: (ARP, JEAN.) Marriage Announcement for the artist and Marguerite Hagenbach. Designed by Arp. 175x302 mm, printed in yellow and black ink on wove paper in a tri-fold design. Basle: Privately printed, 1959View additional info »
Description: (ART DECO.) Matet, M. M. Tapis Modernes. 40 sheets, most containing two color pochoirs of Art Deco rug designs by such artists as Boberman, Benedictus, Marcoussis, Picasso, Lurçat, Gontcharova, Léger and others, on lettered mounts. Sheets measure 380x275 mm; 15x10 inches, full margins. Folio, contents loose as issued in original pochoir covers, spine heavily worn, few surface imperfections on covers; text leaf a little soiled, pochoirs bright, 36 (Eileen Gray design) has two small marginal chips. stamped exemplaire no. 251. ex-collection sonia delaunay, with her stamp/span on verso of front cover. Paris: M. H. Ernst, circa 1935View additional info »
Lot 40: (ART JOURNALS.) Bloc, André; Pillet, Edgar; and Faucheux, Pierre, Editors. Art d'Aujourd'hui, Revue Mensuelle. July 1949-December 195
Description: (ART JOURNALS.) Bloc, André; Pillet, Edgar; and Faucheux, Pierre, Editors. Art d'Aujourd'hui, Revue Mensuelle. July 1949-December 1954 (complete). 40 issues in 36 (including double issues). Contributions by Bloc, Gris, Leger, Hartung, Arp, Nicholson, Villon, Magnelli, Delaunay, Buffet, Gleizes, and many others, the later issues include hors texte serigraphs, gouaches, and lithographs by Villon, Arcay, Nicholson, Taueber-Arp and others. Thin 4to, original pictorial wrappers with designs by Magnelli, Delaunay, Poliakoff, and Arp as well as occasional works from reader submissions, condition generally very good and retaining wrap-around bands and decorative glassine where issued; hors texte plates and loose advertisements laid in as called for. Boulougne-sur Seine, 1949-54View additional info »
Description: (ART JOURNALS.) Feuillets d'art. Group of disbound issues and loose plates. Contains numbered color pochoir plates /spanby George Barbier, André Domin, d'Erlanger, Georges Lepape, Robert Bonfils, Charles Martin, Ilano Florès, Benito, Mario Simon, and a few others, including an uncolored etching by J. E. Laboureur. Incomplete and not fully collated, but Lacks "Le Rimmel" by Van Dongen and Fenêtre ouverte a Saint-Raphael by Picasso. Each from a limited edition portfolio of 1200 on Holland paper. sold as is./span Paris, 1919-22View additional info »
Description: (ART JOURNALS.) Morancé, Albert; publisher. L'Art d'Aujourd'hui. Group of 3 fascicles comprising Spring 1924, Fall and Winter 1925, and Summer 1925. Numerous separate plates and in-texte reproductions by Braque, Galanis, Utrillo, Laurens, Dunoyer de Segonzac, Picasso, and others, plus 7 pochoir plates including 3 by picasso/span and one each by Utrillo, Braque, and Chagall, and Dufresne (lightly toned and with some minor marginal creasing except for Utrillo which has a small clean triangular tear in right margin). 4to, contents loose as issued in original wrappers, scattered light soiling and wear; plates clean but for occasional toning; collated and complete (but color plates separated into a single group laid into Spring issue); Autumn/Winter plates laid into board folder with cloth ties, large stain on rear cover. Paris, 1924-25View additional info »
Lot 43: (ASHENDENE PRESS.) Saint Francis of Assisi. Un Mazzetto scelto di certi Fioretti del Glorioso Pavorello di Cristo.
Description: RARE VELLUM COPY (ASHENDENE PRESS.) Saint Francis of Assisi. Un Mazzetto scelto di certi Fioretti del Glorioso Pavorello di Cristo. Printed entirely on vellum with red and black text. 10 woodcuts by Charles M. Gere. Initials by Graily Hewitt printed from the blocks. 4to, original gilt-lettered green limp vellum with ties, some mild natural discoloration; scattered light foxing, mostly at end; bookplate. (Chelsea, 1904)View additional info »
Lot 44: (AVANT-GARDE, RUSSIAN.) Iliazd [pseud. of Ilyja Zdanevich]. Natalija Gontcharova and Mikhail Larionov.
Description: (AVANT-GARDE, RUSSIAN.) Iliazd [pseud. of Ilyja Zdanevich]. Natalija Gontcharova and Mikhail Larionov. 4 lithographs by Gontcharova and 4 by Larionov, tipped to mounts, numerous reproductions by both. 4to, rebound in crude linen and boards, worn; scattered mostly marginal foxing, small soft crease to corner of one Larionov lithograph. first edition. one of 525 unnumbered copies./span Hellyer 85. Moscow: (Izdanie C. A. Mjunster), 1913View additional info »
Description: (BAJ, ENRICO). Carroll, Lewis. La Caccia allo Snark. Translated by Roberto Sanesi. 5 etchings with aquatint by Baj, each numbered and signed in pencil, lower margin; numerous in-text illustrations by Baj. Folio, contents loose as issued in original blue-green marbled paper-covered lettered stiff wrappers; original decorated calf drop-back box, joints and tips a bit rubbed. number 11 of only 25 copies reserved for the collaborators, signed by baj and sanesi./span Milan: Grafica Uno, 1986View additional info »
Description: (BAKST, LÉON.) Réau, Louis; et al. Inedited Works of Bakst. 30 full-page plates, many vibrantly hand-colored heightened in gold and silver, with lettered tissue guards; tipped-in color illustrations and numerous printed black-and-white illustrations, of costume and set designs. Folio, original cloth-backed color pictorial boards; foxing to gutters of preliminaries, heaviest on title and facing page, scattered, light, and mostly marginal elsewhere; hand-colored pictorial dust jacket, unevenly toned, few chips and light edgewear; patterned board chemise. first american edition. number 26 of 600 copies./span (New York: Brentano's, 1927)View additional info »
Lot 47: BARBIER, GEORGE. Falbalas et Fanfreluches. Almanach des modes présentes, passées, et futures.
Description: BARBIER, GEORGE. Falbalas et Fanfreluches. Almanach des modes présentes, passées, et futures. 4 volumes (of 5; lacks 1925). 4 hand-colored pictorial titles and 47 pochoir colored plates (12 per issue) by Barbier. 8vo, 254x171 mm; 10x6 3/4 inches, unbound as issued in original wrappers, moderate wear (some browning and spine wear); scattered mild toning and occasional finger soiling to contents; lacks last plate in 1922 volume. Paris: Menial, 1922-24; 1926View additional info »
Description: (BARBIER, GEORGE.) Régnier, Henri de. La Double Maîtresse. Color pochoir illustrations and historiated chapter initials by Barbier throughout. Half-title. 8vo, contemporary red morocco gilt, original wrappers bound in; contents clean. number 840 on rives,/span from a total edition of 1000. Paris: A. & G. Mornay, 1928View additional info »
Lot 49: BASAN, PIERRE FRANÇOIS. Collection de cent-vingt Estampes gravées d'après les tableaux & dessins qui composoient le cabinet de M. Poul
Description: BASAN, PIERRE FRANÇOIS. Collection de cent-vingt Estampes gravées d'après les tableaux & dessins qui composoient le cabinet de M. Poullain. 119 (of 120; lacks plate 61) engraved plates (including two engraved titles) on 116 sheets after paintings by Brueghel, Blanchard, Veronese, Claude Lorrain, van Everdingen, Gerard Dou, Houbraken, Lairesse, Rembrandt, Rubens, and Van Dyck. 4to, early calf, worn and needs rebinding; scattered toning and marginal foxing; plates are good, strong impressions. Brunet I, 686; Cohen-de-Ricci 116. Paris: Basan et Poignant, 1781View additional info »
Description: BASKIN, LEONARD. Fifteen Woodcuts. Title-page and colophon printed in red and black. One original woodcut printed from the block on Japan paper, numbered 72 and Signed by Baskin in pencil, lower margin; 15 reproductions of woodcut prints by Baskin with captions giving title, year, and actual measurements, 560x405 mm, sheets, wide margins. Folio, contents loose as issued in publisher's linen folder with printed cover label. roman numbered 72 of 100 copies signed by baskin and with the woodcut/span from a total edition of 500. Printed at the Gehenna Press and Meriden Gravure Co. for The Friends of Art at Boston University. Boston, 1962View additional info »