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    • Arts Connus et Arts Meconnus de L'Afrique Noire


    • [TISCHMAN Collection]. Paris. Musee de L'Homme. Arts Connus et Arts Meconnus de l'Afrique Noire. Collection Paul Tishman. Exhibition catalogue of 135 items, with detailed descriptions in French and English, and many superb illustrations. 4to, wraps. 1966.



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    • RAYMOND DUCHAMP-VILLON

    • Les 3 Duchamps.


    • Tokyo. Galerie Tokoro. Les 3 Duchamps: JACQUES VILLON, RAYMOND DUCHAMP-VILLON, MARCEL DUCHAMP. 106 pp., illustrated in colour and b&w. 4to, wraps. 1984.
      Text in Japanese and English.


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    • German Drawings of the 60s


    • NEW HAVEN. Yale University Art Gallery / Toronto. Art Gallery of Ontario. German Drawings of the 60s. 92 pages, fully illustrated in b&w. 4to, wraps. 1982.


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    • THEO VAN DOESBURG

    • The Antagonistic Link.


    • TORRES-GARCIA, Joaquin and Theo van Doesburg. The Antagonistic Link. 195 pp. with 67 color and 83 b&w illustrations. Small 4to, cloth. Amsterdam, Institute of Contemporary Art, 1991.



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    • WILLIAM GLACKENS

    • Life's Pleasures: The Ashcan Artists' Brush with Leisure, 1895-1925


    • TOTTIS, JAMES W. et al. Life's Pleasures: The Ashcan Artists' Brush with Leisure, 1895-1925. 216 pp., fully illustrated in color and b&w. 4to, cloth. Detroit, Detroit Institute of Arts, and London and New York, Merrell Publishing, 2007.
      Published to accompany a touring exhibition.


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    • GEORGES LEROUX.


    • Toulet, Jean. GEORGES LEROUX. 125 pp. include approx. 100 plates, many in color, illustrating the poet's work as presented in special edition books crafted by various artists. Folio, cloth. Paris, Filipacchi / Bibliotheque Nationale, 1990.


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    • On the Future of Art.


    • TOYNBEE, ARNOLD J. et al. On the Future of Art. 134 pp. with 37 b&w illustrations. 8vo, cloth. New York, Viking Press, 1970.


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    • The Railway: Art in the Age of Steam


    • KENNEDY, IAN and Julian Treuherz, with Matthew Beaumont and Michael Freeman. The Railway: Art in the Age of Steam. 288 pp., roughly 200 illustrations, most in color. Large oblong 4to, cloth. Kansas City, Nelson-Atkins Musuem of Art and Liverpool, Walker Art Gallery in association with New Haven and London, Yale University Press, 2008.


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    • Land Art


    • TUFNELL, BEN. Land Art. 144 pp., 66 color and b&w figures. 4to, wraps. London, Tate Publishing, 2006.


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    • Realism/Photorealism.


    • TULSA. Philbrook Art Center. Realism/Photorealism. With essays by John Arthur. 123 pp. with 30 large-format color and 30 b&w plates, plus photographs of the artists. Large 4to, cloth. 1980.


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    • Ouverture / Arte Contemporanea.


    • TURIN. Castello di Rivoli. Ouverture / Arte Contemporanea. By Rudi Fuchs. 136 pp. include over 100 plates and illustrations, most of which are in color. Large 4to, wraps. 1985.


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    • JOAN MIRO

    • CALDER/MIRO


    • Turner, Elizabeth Hutton and Oliver Wick (editors). CALDER/MIRO. 312 pp., fully illustrated in color and b&w. 4to, cloth. London, Philip Wilson Publishers, in collaboration with Washington, The Phillips Collection, and Riehen/Basel, Fondation Beyeler, 2004.
      This exhibition catalogue looks at the mutually influential friendship that began in 1928 and continued for 40 years betwen these two pioneering modernists.



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