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ART, PRESS & ILLUSTRATED BOOKSPlatinum House
367 lots | 208 with images
October 11, 2012Live Auction
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Description: DALÍ, SALVADOR. Dalí Illustre Casanova. 14 color engravings with aquatint; 7 engraved vignettes on sheets measuring 378x282 mm; 14 7/8x11 1/4 inches, sheets. Folio, contents loose as issued in color printed wrappers; original silver linen chemise and folding box with decorative embroidery panel on front cover, some light rubbing and toning. number 322 of of 365 copies on rives signed by dalí/span from a total edition of 390. Field 67-4. Paris: Cercle du Livre Précieux, (1967)View additional info »
Description: DALÍ, SALVADOR. The 3rd Dimension: The 1st World Exposition of Holograms Conceived by Dalí. 4to, pictorial wrappers, stapled. signed/span on verso of front cover into title page. New York and London: M. Knoedler & Co., 1972View additional info »
Description: DALÍ, SALVADOR. The Jerusalem Bible. Color plates throughout by Dalí. 4to, thick red leatherette stamped in gold; all edges trimmed and gilt, silk markers; publisher's box, slightly age worn. Garden City: Doubleday, 1970View additional info »
Description: DE BOSSCHÈRE, JEAN. 12 Occupations. De Bosschère's original mock-up and a copy of the published trade edition. Together, 2 volumes. Anonymous English translation by Ezra Pound. 12 illustrations each. The trade copy in publisher's original heavy orange illustrated wrappers, wire-stitched and sewn with yellow thread, edges toned and chipped. London: Elkin Matthews, 1916View additional info »
Description: (DE STIJL.) Zwart, Piet, et al. Wij Nu. Exhibition announcement broadside printed in orange and black on recto and verso (290mm x 420mm). Four folds, two of which are perforated as issued, small puncture hole at upper margin not affecting text with a few very faint spots adjacent. Matted and framed. The Hague, 1926View additional info »
Description: (DE STIJL.) Zwart, Piet. Het Boek van PTT. Photomontage color illustrations for the Netherlands post, telephone and telegraph company. 8vo, original wrappers, backstrip extremities rubbed, minor creasing and finger-soiling. scarce first edition./span Promotional booklet published on the occasion of the opening of the new building of the publishing house De Arbeiderspers at Hekelveld Amsterdam. Leiden, 1938View additional info »
Description: (DE STIJL.) Zwart, Piet. Serie Monografieen over Filmkunst. Issues 1-8 and 10 (lacking number 9, from a complete set of 10). Duplicates of Numbers 5, 6, and 10. Together, 12 volumes. llustrated with numerous montages of photographs, graphic elements, and film stills by Zwart. Small 4to, printed photo-montage wrappers (that on Number 4 is a color photocopy of the original), lightly worn overall with spines variously worn and a few covers becoming loose. Rotterdam: W.L. & J. Brusse's Uitgeversmaatschappij N.V., 1931-33View additional info »
Description: FRENCH AVANT-GARDE COLLABORATION (DELAUNAY, SONIA.) Tzara, Tristan. Juste Présent. 8 hors texte color etchings by Delaunay, 380 x 280 mm; 15x11 inches (sheets), a separate suite of initialed plates, seven of which are signed in pencil, and one plate hand-colored by delaunay/span, plus 3 duplicate etchings initialed in the plate (some creasing and toning to their margins). 19 prints in total. Folio, text and plates (the suite in a separate chemise) loose as issued in printed wrappers of Japon Nacré; original illustrated board chemise and slipcase, some uneven toning. [Paris]: (La Rose des Vents), 1961View additional info »
Description: DELAUNAY, SONIA. Maquette for cover of "Robes Poèmes" by Jacques Damase. 285x210 mm; 11 1/2x8 1/2 inches, in red, blue, black, and white gouache, with pencil, on board. [Np, likely Paris or Milan, 1969]View additional info »
Description: DERRIÈRE LE MIROIR. Group of 4 volumes for 1956. Dix Ans d'Edition 1946-1956 * 82-83-84 (Tal Coat) * 85-86 (Braque) * 87-88-89 (Miró, Artigas) * 90-91 (Chillida). Lithographed plates by Braque, Miró, Tal-Coat, Chagall, Giacometti, and others, many double-page. Folio, original lithographed wrappers, very good condition; plates bright but with some minor creasing to very outer lower margins; laid into publisher's pictorial board portfolio with cloth ties. Paris: Maeght, 1956View additional info »
Description: (DESIGN--FURNITURE.) Knoll. Edited and Produced by Hockaday Associates, Inc. Graphic design by Herbert Matter. Photographic plates and designs for chairs, sofas, tables, office furniture, textiles, and more, but Mies van der Rohe, Eero Saarinen, Florence Knoll, Pierre Jeanneret, George Nakashima, Isamu Noguchi, Abel Sorensen, and others. 4to, metal spiral-backed decorated stiff metallic silver paper, few faint and soft creases to cover, very minor rubbing to edges, some light surface loss to areas of rear cover. New York: Knoll Associates, 1950View additional info »
Lot 112: (DESIGN--GELDPRINTS.) Decorative Geldrints. A Collection of Over 100 Attractively Designed Official Colored Geldprints.
Description: (DESIGN--GELDPRINTS.) Decorative Geldrints. A Collection of Over 100 Attractively Designed Official Colored Geldprints. Volume 1 [all published?]. Mounted samples on recto and verso. 8vo, plates and booklet with explanatory text and advertisements laid into publisher's green board folder with ties, separated at spine, a bit worn. New York: A. Broun, circa 1931View additional info »
Lot 113: (DESIGN--GRAPHIC.) Briggs, Ernest L.; and Victor H.; editors and publishers. Twentieth Century Cover Designs.
Description: (DESIGN--GRAPHIC.) Briggs, Ernest L.; and Victor H.; editors and publishers. Twentieth Century Cover Designs. Photographic plates and numerous color specimen sheets of magazine and book covers with lettered tissue guards. Large 4to, publisher's cloth over boards with design by E. B. Bird, worn; contents slightly shaken, a few leaves loose; hinges cracked, book reviews mounted to rear pastedown; laid in are a prospectus and a Typed Letter Signed by Ernest Briggs thanking W. G. Bowdoin for his review of the book in the New York Times. Plymouth, Mass., 1902View additional info »
Description: (DESIGN.) Lurçat, André; et al. Répertoire du Goût Moderne. Volumes 1, 4, and 5 (only, of 5). 120 brightly-colored pochoir plates of Art Deco interiors and decorative arts and design by Lurçat, Matet, Moreux, Ruhlmann, Legrain, and others, colored by Saudé. Text leaf, contents leaf, and plates loose as issued in publisher's cloth-backed board folders with ties, worn; internally bright with only minor toning to most margins; ex-library, with stamps on spines, numbers, bookplates, and internal stamps, plates unmarked. Paris: Éditions Albert Lévy, (1929)View additional info »
Description: SIGNED BY DISNEY, TAYLOR, AND STOKOWSKI (DISNEY STUDIOS.) Taylor, Deems. Walt Disney's Fantasia. Foreword and music by Leopold Stokowski. Color illustrations throughout. Folio, tan cloth lettered in blue, some moderate toning and rubbing to edges; light finger soiling to preliminaries; scarce original dust jacket, edgeworn and rear cover heavily scuffed but only small chips at spine ends, flaps a bit soiled at ends. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1940View additional info »
Description: (DOVES PRESS.) Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von. Faust. I and II (Erster und Zweiter Theilen). 2 volumes. Printed in black and red; initial letters in Volume II designed by Edward Johnston and engraved by Eric Gill. 4to, publisher's vellum with gilt-lettered spines, natural discoloration with pores visible and a few blond spots on Volume II; occasional and very light foxing, some light soiling to endpapers of Volume II; owner's inscription on front blank of Volume I (discreet, in German, 60 years to the date of this auction.) Printed by T. J. Cobden Sanderson and Emery Walker. one of 300 and 250 unnumbered volumes,/span respectively. Tomkinson 55. (Hammersmith, 1906-10)View additional info »
Description: (DOVES PRESS.) Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von. Faust I (Erster Theil) only, of 2. Printed in red and black. 4to, publisher's vellum with gilt-lettered spine, some natural discoloration and rubbing; scattered light toning and mild foxing, mostly to later signatures. one of 300 unnumbered copies./span Tomkinson 55. (Hammersmith, 1906)View additional info »
Description: (DOVES PRESS.) Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von. Torquato Tasso. Ein Schauspiel. Printed in red, black, and gold on vellum. 8vo, publisher's orange morocco with gold borders and central rectangles on covers and spine compartments, title lettered in gilt, spine quite worn with loss at bands, tips, and separation along joints; some toning to signatures d and e with visible marginal spotting to e1-4, endpapers toned and with visible repair on front endpaper; bookplate. (Hammersmith), 1913View additional info »
Description: DUBUFFET, JEAN. Banque de l'Hourloupe cartes a jouer et a tirer. 53 color screenprints on stiff card stock measuring 250x165 mm; 9 7/8x6 1/2 inches, all edges gilt, slightly burnished. 8vo, cards, paper tissue dividers, and title sheet loose as issued in original decorated printed paste board portfolio, corners with slight fraying, mild surface rubbing; title sheet and several tissue separations gently creased. number 208 of 350 sets./span Printed by Kelpra Studios. Webel 993-1047. London: Editions Alecto, 1967View additional info »
Description: (DUBUFFET, JEAN.) Berne, Jacques. Le flux même. 26 color serigraphs by Dubuffet including the cover, title-page, and a folding plate to accompany 16 poems by Berne. 4to, contents loose as issued in serigraphed wrappers; lettered linen chemise and slipcase. number twelve of twenty-two roman numbered copies on arches signed by dubuffet and berne/span but lacking the colored drawing by Dubuffet. Paris: Éditions Saint-Germain-des-Prés, (1976)View additional info »
Description: DUBUFFET, JEAN. Les Assemblages. 17 plates in color and black-and-white by Dubuffet, 330x235 mm; 13x9 1/4 inches, printed by Daniel Jacomet, text printed by Fequet et Baudier. Small folio, printed wrappers after Dubuffet; board chemise and slipcase; minimal wear. roman number 17 of only 20 hors commerce copies/span from a total edition of 770. Paris: XXe Siècle, (1958)View additional info »
Description: DUCHAMP, MARCEL. Group of books, exhibition pamphlets and booklets, monographs, gallery opening invitations, and art journals, all relating to Duchamp. Includes uncommon exhibition catalogues. Various sizes, original bindings; condition generally good but for light wear. Ex-collection Elaine and Arthur Cohen with their bookplates in several volumes. Vp, vdView additional info »
Lot 123: DUCHESNE, JEAN. Musée Français, recueil des plus beaux Tableaux, Statues et Bas Reliefs qui existant au Louvre avant 1815.
Description: DUCHESNE, JEAN. Musée Français, recueil des plus beaux Tableaux, Statues et Bas Reliefs qui existant au Louvre avant 1815. 4 volumes comprising: Statues; Ecole Italienne; Ecole Française; Ecole Allemande. Text in French and English, engraved vignette on titles, 343 richly inked engraved plates. Elephant folios (587 x 445mm), full black calf gilt with Coat of Arms on covers, scuffing; scattered spotting and occasional light marginal dampstaining; ex-library with stamps on binding and endpapers, internally unmarked. Paris: A. and W. Galignani, [1829-1830]View additional info »
Description: (EGYPTOLOGY.) Metropolitan Museum of Art Egyptian Expedition. Group of 20 volumes. Hundreds of color and black-and-white plates, several folding, most with lettered tissue guards. Folio, original printed wrappers; ex-library, with stamps, bookplates, and numbers, plate unmarked. Each a limited edition generally between 500 and 1000 copies. New York, 1920s-30sView additional info »
Lot 125: (ENTARTETE KUNST.) Kaiser, Fritz. Führer durch die Austellung Entartete Kunst . . . zusammengestellt von der Reichspropagandaleitung, A
Description: ORIGINAL CATALOGUE (ENTARTETE KUNST.) Kaiser, Fritz. Führer durch die Austellung Entartete Kunst . . . zusammengestellt von der Reichspropagandaleitung, Amtsleitung Kulture. Sie wird in den großeren Stäadten aller Gaue gezeicht werden. Reproductions. 8vo, original stapled pictorial wrappers, some light creasing, rubbing along spine with slight loss at ends and tips. Second Edition. Berlin: Verlag für Kultur- und Wirtschaftswerbung, (1936)View additional info »
Description: EPOSURA, PATRICIO DE LA. .. España artística y mounmental. 3 volumes. Text in Spanish and French. 143 tinted lithographic plates (lacking frontispiece in Volume 1), with raised title stamp to lower margins. Large folio, 1/4 sheep with gilt extra spines, scattered rubbing and scuffing; occasional spotting and foxing throughout, mostly marginal. Ex-library, with stamps and bookplates. Paris: Albert Hauser, 1842-50View additional info »
Description: (ERNI, HANS.) Senghor, Léopold Sédar. Terre Promise d'Afrique. 17 color lithographs by Erni. Oblong folio, beautiful mulberry morocco with abstract pictorial design based on frontispiece image, with brown, turquoise, gold, black, and white onlays on both front and rear covers, author and artist's names in white along spine, by Legatoria Artistica Ascona; original pictorial wrappers bound in; suede-lined morocco-backed faux bois covered chemise and matching slipcase. number 85 of 123 copies signed by erni/span and the editor, Pierre Gonin, on grand vélin d'arches from a total edition of 180. Cramer 39; Cailler 387-390. Lausanne: André and Pierre Gonin, 1966View additional info »
Lot 128: (EXHIBITIONS.) Norton, Charles Benjamin; editor. Treasures of Art, Industry and Manufacture Represented in the American Centennial Exhi
Description: (EXHIBITIONS.) Norton, Charles Benjamin; editor. Treasures of Art, Industry and Manufacture Represented in the American Centennial Exhibition at Philadelphia, 1876. French and English text. 50 chromolithograph plates captioned in lower margin. Folio, publisher's 3/4 gilt-lettered morocco, heavily worn; scattered light foxing; ex-library, with stamps, bookplate, and numbers, internally unmarked. First Edition. Buffalo: Cosack & Co., 1876View additional info »
Lot 129: (EXPOSITIONS--WORLD'S FAIR.) Monaghan, Frank; editor. Official Souvenir Book. New York World's Fair 1939.
Description: (EXPOSITIONS--WORLD'S FAIR.) Monaghan, Frank; editor. Official Souvenir Book. New York World's Fair 1939. Designed by Donald Deskey. Photographic plates, illustrations, and creative graphic design employing montage and mise-en-page. Oblong folio, publisher's orange cloth stamped in blue. uncommon first cloth edition./span New York: Exposition Publications, Inc., 1939View additional info »
Description: NOVELTY BINDING FORMAT (FAN-SHAPED BOOK.) Georges-Anquetil. L'Homme et la Marionnette ou la Revanche du Pantin. Printed in red and black. 304 pages. 8vo, fan-shaped covers and text block, pictorially illustrated wrappers to resemble a fan, printed spine, folds and edges slightly rubbed with cover beginning to separate from spine. Printed by Etablissements Busson, Paris. scarce. first edition with three-line inscription by georges-anquetil across half-title./span Paris: Les Éditions du Roseau, 1930View additional info »
Description: FINI, LEONOR. Sultanes et Magiciennes des mille et une nuits. 9 color serigraphs, 540x740 mm; 21 1/4x29 inches (sheets), each Signed and numbered 219/275 in pencil, lower margin, and embossed with Fini's cat seal. Oblong folio; contents loose as issued in original vari-colored cloth portfolio case lettered in gilt. Paris: Edition Galerie Carpenter, 1976View additional info »
Description: FLAMMARION, ERNEST; publisher. Nuits Series. Kessel, J. Les Nuits de Sibérie. Etchings by Alexeieff. * Harry, Myriam. La Nuit de Jérusalem. Lithographs by Drouart * Maurras, Charles. Quatre Nuits de Provence. Lithographs by Renefer. Together, 3 volumes. 4to, uniform 3/4 gilt-lettered navy morocco with center panel of marbled paper, top edges gilt; original wrappers bound in, striped cloth book marks; slipcase, worn along joints. each one of only 50 copies on holland van gelder/span from a total edition of 900. Paris, 1928; 1928; 1930View additional info »
Description: (FOLIO SOCIETY). Beardsley, Aubrey and Malory, Sir Thomas. Le Morte d'Arthur. Illustrated by Beardsley from his designs. Thick 4to, full black morocco, spine and front cover decorated with gilt floral motif, all edges gilt; housed in black buckram solander box with gilt morocco lettering label on spine. Includes 14 page sewn pamphlet by Anthony Edwards as issued. number 233 of 1000 copies from a total edition of 1025 copies./span A clean, bright copy. The beautifully realized facsimile edition of the third (1927) Dent edition. London, 2003View additional info »
Description: (FOUJITA, TSUGUHARU.) Rouveyre, André. Le Gynécée. Preface by Remy de Gourmont. 76 reproductions of drawings by Rouveyre. 4to, original printed wrappers, moderate rubbing and soiling; a few foxed areas internally but generally very clean; early inked ownership signature on front free endpaper of Gershon Legman, erotic folklore specialist, and a with a laid-in slip of paper with an unauthored Spanish translation about a description of this work by Catalan writer of erotica Joaquín López Barbadillo, with the dates 1921 and "seen NY 1944" (clearly by another person as Barbadillo died in 1922). Paris: Société du Mercure de France, 1909View additional info »
Description: FRASCONI, ANTONIO. Known Fables. Printed in red and black. Illustrated by Frasconi. Thin small 8vo, marbled boards with printed cover label. number 209 of 500 copies signed by frasconi/span and printed on Goyu paper from the original blocks. New York: Spiral Press, 1964View additional info »
Description: FRIEDLAENDER, JOHNNY. Six Pallettes. Six aquatints, each Signed by Friedlaender, numbered 10/135, one copper plate of one of the images, and 6 progressive color states of that image, signed and titled in pencil, lower margins, all plates 660x505 mm; 26x19 7/8 inches, sheets, full margins. Title sheet with quote by Paul Éluard about Friedlaender, colophon, plates, and copper sheet laid into cloth chemise, laid into large cloth clamshell portfolio case with cover image, edgewear, few scufs across image. Printed at Atelier Leblanc. Typography by Fequet et Baudier. one of only twelve sets on arches with the original copper plate./span Schmuecking 547-552. Paris, 1976View additional info »
Description: (FUTURISM.) Farfa, Vittorio Osvaldo Tommasini. Il Miliardario della Fantasia. Preface by F. T. Marinetti. 6 illustrations by Bruno Munari in silver on colored backgrounds. 8vo, spiral bound aluminum covers and leaves, 8x6 1/2 inches, a few little common scuffs and rubbed areas, but bright; still in the shipping cardboard box. Savona: Marco Sabatelli, 1986View additional info »
Description: IN A LOVELY LANOË BINDING GEBHART, ÉMILE. Le Mariage de Panurge. 18 colored illustrations by Jacques Touchet reproduced by Jean Saudé, extra-illustrated with a suite of the illustrations in black-and-white and two original Signed watercolors. 8vo, beautifully bound by charles lanoë/span in crushed brown levant with elaborate borders and spine inlaid with gold, green, and purple, and gilt; repeating design on turn-ins, with rose-patterned watered silk endleaves, all edges gilt; several plates at beginning and end of contents including watercolors foxed; 1/4 morocco gilt chemise and matching slipcase, some light edgewear. number 7 of only 9 copies on imperial japan/span with the extra suite and watercolors. Paris: André Plique, View additional info »
Description: (GEHENNA PRESS.) Tennyson, Alfred, Lord. Tiresias. Frontispiece and 4 etchings by Leonard Baskin, all signed. Printed in red and black. Small 8vo, gilt-lettered vellum with yapp edges; publisher's 1/4 gilt-lettered vellum cloth folding box, very light minor spotting. number 42 of only 50 copies signed by baskin./span (Northampton, 1970)View additional info »
Description: (GERMAN EXPRESSIONISM.) Walden, Herwarth; editor. Der Sturm. 2 bound volumes containing vierter (4th) bis fünfter (5th) jahrgang; the first containing Vierter Jahrgang Numbers 154/155 (1913) through 202/203 (1914); the second containing Fünfter Jahrgang, Number 1 (1914) through 23/24 (1915). Black-and-white reproductions and original woodcuts and linocuts including Kandinsky, Kokoschka, Schmidt-Rottluff, Marc, Rosenkranz, Mense, van Heemskerck, Campenndonk, Paul Klee, and many others. Folio, buckram-backed boards, a bit of rubbing and fraying, but sound. Berlin, 1913-15View additional info »
Description: GIACOMETTI, ALBERTO. Alberto Giacometti. German text. One original etching, Sculptures dans l'Atelier (Lust 185) as frontispiece, 289x225mm; 11 3/8x8 7/8 inches (sheet), signed and numbered 70/150 by Giacometti, slightly toned along edges; numerous photographic plates and reproductions throughout. 4to, publisher's linen, slubbed and stamped in gilt; dust jacket with original mylar cover. Basel: Galerie Beyeler, (1964)View additional info »
Description: GLASER, CURT. Die Graphik der Neuzeit vom Anfang des XIX. Jahrhunderts biz zur Gegenwart. with 5 (of 6) original prints/span with lettered tissue guards and a profusion of reproductions. 4to, original red morocco gilt; 2 small smudges on title, contents otherwise clean. Berlin: Bruno Cassirer, 1922View additional info »
Description: (GOERG, EDOUARD.) Boutet, Frederic. Tableau De L'au-Dela. Illustrated with 14 full-page etchings by Goerg. 4to, later full brown crushed morocco, lettering piece on spine, raised bands; top edges gilt; gilt ruled turn-ins with Officina Bodoni binder's ticket. one of 20 hors-commerce copies from a total edition of 347; autograph initials and "h.c." on the limitation. /span Number 7 of the Tableaux Contemporains series issued from 1912-1929. Paris, 1927View additional info »
Lot 144: (GOLDEN COCKEREL PRESS.) [Sandford, Christopher]. Heart's Desire. Inscribed by Me: Chrysilla von Dansdorf.
Description: SCARCE WORK (GOLDEN COCKEREL PRESS.) [Sandford, Christopher]. Heart's Desire. Inscribed by Me: Chrysilla von Dansdorf. 41, , pages. 7 erotic copper engravings and title illustration by John Buckland Wright. 4to, 1/4 gilt-lettered vellum over sky blue cloth, only mild natural discoloration to vellum, otherwise near fine. Paris: Privately printed, View additional info »
Description: INCLUDES PROCREANT HYMN (GOLDEN COCKEREL PRESS.) Group of 8 volumes. Illustrated. 8vo and 4to, original bindings. Condition varies but quite good overall. Norman J. Sondheim booklates on endpapers. London, vdView additional info »
Description: GONCHAROVA, NATALIA. Le Poisson d'Or. Poeme et Musique de Lord Berners. Title-page printed in red. Cover, frontispiece, and a vignette by Goncharova. Thin folio, 350x270 mm, pochoir wrappers, moderately creased along edges and with a few short clean tears, separation beginning at spine ends, archival tape reinforcements on verso. Hellyer 33. London: J. & W. Chester, 1919View additional info »
Description: GONCOURT, EDMOND and JULES de. L'Art du Dix-Huitième Siècle. 2 volumes bound from separate fascicles. Illustrated. 4to, full red French levant morocco, gilt fillet borders on covers, gilt paneled backs, inner red borders, richly gilt; doublures of deep green crushed levant with ornamental borders in gilt, endleaves of green silk moiré, gilt top edges, others uncut, by pomey/span; light occasional foxing, red morocco-edged board slipcases, edgeworn and soiled. Paris: E. Dentu, 1859-75View additional info »
Description: (GOYA, FRANCISCO.) Harris, Tomás. Goya Engravings and Lithographs. 2 volumes. Hundreds of tipped-in collotype reproductions of Goya's works. Small folio, gilt-lettered red buckram, hinges a bit discolored, light foxing to edges; publisher's protective board boxes. The definitive catalogue raisonné. Oxford, (1964)View additional info »
Lot 149: GOYA, FRANCISCO. Late Caprichos: Fragments from a Series. Commentary and notes by Eleanor Sayre.
Description: GOYA, FRANCISCO. Late Caprichos: Fragments from a Series. Commentary and notes by Eleanor Sayre. 12 etchings from the original plates (2 suites of 6) and 32 reproductions. 4to, 1/4 gilt-lettered russet morocco, book and separate folder of plates laid into 1/4 morocco folding box. Prospectus laid in. number 18 of 150 copies containing an extra suite of plates/span in their first and only published edition. New York: Philip Hofer, 1971View additional info »
Lot 150: GOYA, FRANCISCO. Late Caprichos: Fragments from a Series. Commentary and notes by Eleanor Sayre.
Description: GOYA, FRANCISCO. Late Caprichos: Fragments from a Series. Commentary and notes by Eleanor Sayre. 12 etchings from the original plates (2 suites of 6) and 32 reproductions. 4to, full gilt-lettered russet morocco, book and separate folder of plates laid into 1/4 morocco folding box. Prospectus laid in. New York: Philip Hofer, 1971View additional info »