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    • Futuristen.


    • MUNICH. Stadtischen Galerie. Futuristen. 23 pp.text including catalogue entries followed by 23 full page reproductions and, finally, some advertising and further text. Square 4to, wraps. 1960.


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    • Rome: l'Invention du Baroque.


    • MUNOZ, ISABEL AND MACE, GERARD. Rome: l'Invention du Baroque. 108 pp. with 26 duotone photographs and 28 additional b&w illustrations. 4to, boards. Rome, Marval, 1997.
      Focusing primarily on the facade and statuery work of Borromi and Bernini, this catalogue offers a series of details highlighting specific elements of early baroque sculpture in Rome. Text in French. (51003)


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    • Little Boy: The Arts of Japan's Exploding Subculture


    • MURAKAMI, TAKASHI (editor). Little Boy: The Arts of Japan's Exploding Subculture. xiv and 298 pp., hundreds of color illustrations. 4to, boards. New York, Japan Society, in association with New Haven and London, Yale University Press, 2005.
      This exhibition catalogue for a show at the Japan Society looks at contemporary Japanese culture from the prespective of one of the country's most celebrated artists.


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    • TAKASHI MURAKAMI

    • Superflat


    • MURAKAMI, TAKASHI. Superflat. 162 pp., illustrated in color. 4to, wraps. Tokyo Madra Publishing, 2000.
      Publishing in association with a touring exhibition. Text in English and Japanese.





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    • A Century of Modern Sculpture. The Patsy and Raymond Collection.


    • [NASHER Collection]. A Century of Modern Sculpture. The Patsy and Raymond Collection. Catalog of the exhibit at the Dallas Museum of Art, edited by Steven A. Nash with essays by Elizabeth Frank et al. 208 pp. include well over 100 color plates and illustrations and 101 b&w illustrations. Small folio, cloth. 1987.


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    • Nude Men: From 1800 to the Present Day


    • NATTER, TOBBIAS and Elisabeth Leopold. Nude Men: From 1800 to the Present Day. 348 pages, including 291 color and 52 b&w plates. 4to, cloth. Munich, Hirmer, 2013.
      This show is traveling from the Leopold Museum in Vienna to the Musée d'Orsay. May not be exactly the same show.


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    • WARREN NEIDICH

    • Blow-Up: Photography, Cinema, and the Brain


    • NEIDICH, WARREN. Blow-Up: Photography, Cinema, and the Brain. 185 pp., 21 color and b&w uillustrations. Small 4to, boards. New York, Distributed Art Publishers, 2003. .


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    • New Delhi, New Wave


    • NEUTRES, JEROME (editor) et al. New Delhi, New Wave. 264 pp., roughly 205 color and 45 b&w plates. 4to, boards. Bologna, Damiani Editore, 2008.
      Text in Italian and English.


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    • Vanguard American Sculpture 1913-1939.


    • NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. Rutgers University Art Gallery. Vanguard American Sculpture 1913-1939. 161 exhibition catalogue well illustrated with b&w figures and 5 color plates. Large 4to, wraps. 1979.


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    • The Camden Town Group.


    • NEW HAVEN. Yale Center for British Art. The Camden Town Group. 72 pp. with 87 b&w illustrations. 4to, wraps. 1980.


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    • Contemporary Art.


    • NEW HAVEN. Yale French Studies. Contemporary Art. 128 pp. quarterly numbers nineteen and twenty. The various articles are well illustrated. 1957.


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    • Richard Brown Baker Collects!


    • NEW HAVEN. Yale University Art Gallery. Richard Brown Baker Collects!. 132 pages, including 60 b&w plates. Oblong 4to, wraps. 1975.


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    • German Painting of the 19th Century.


    • NEW HAVEN. Yale University Art Gallery. German Painting of the 19th Century. 239 pp. with color frontispiece and 104 b&w plates. 4to, wraps. 1970.
      Exhibition in New Haven, Cleveland and Chicago.


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    • PAINTERS OF THE MIND'S EYE.


    • NEW YORK, New York Cultural Center. Painters of the Mind's Eye. 141 pp. exhibition catalogue with 120 illustrations, approximately half in color. Small 4to, wraps. n.d.


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    • Ottocento Painting.


    • NEW YORK. New York Cultural Center. Ottocento Painting. By Annie-Paule Quinsac. 111 pp. catalogue and over 50 b&w plates, color frontispiece. Square 4to, wraps. Columbia Museum of Art, 1972.



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