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    • PAOLO UCCELLO

    • PAOLO UCCELLO. COMPLETE EDITION


    • Pope-Hennessy, John. PAOLO UCCELLO. Complete Edition. 188 pp. with 175 illustrations, 6 in color. 4to, cloth. Second edition. London, Phaidon, 1969.
      The classic study. Freitag 9667.


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    • Fiber Sculpture 1960 - Present


    • PORTER, JENELLE. Fiber Sculpture 1960 - Present. 256 pages, including 180 color plates. 4to, cloth. New York, Prestel Publishing, 2014.
      This catalogue for a show at the ICA Boston examines the development of fiber-based sculpture and installations from the mid-twentieth century to the present. An increasing number of contemporary artists are exploring the medium, in which elements of gravity, heft, color, light, and substance are engaged in creating often monumental pieces. Works by Magdalena Abakanowicz, Eva Hesse, Ernesto Neto, Kay Sekimachi, and Piotr Uklanski are included among the 34 represented artists. Although the visuals are foremost, the book includes four substantial texts on fiber art and an alphabetically organized, illustrated section on each artist in the show.


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    • Art Deco: Coleccao Berardo


    • PORTO. Museu Serralves. Art Deco: Coleccao Berardo. Unpaginated, roughly 200 color illustrations.. 4to, boards. 2006.
      This collection is a well-illustrated survey of art deco objects, broken into the following sections: furniture, glass, ceramics, silver, lighting, wrought-iron, sculpture and paintings. Text in Portuguese and English.


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    • Art of the Garden


    • ALFREY, NICHOLAS, Stephen Daniels, and Martin Postle (editors) et al. Art of the Garden. The Garden in British Art, 1800 to the Present Day. 256 pp., roughly 170 color and 20 b&w plates. 4to, cloth. London, Tate Publishing, 2004.
      The work featured in this exhibition catalogue spans three centuries and ranges in media from traditional watercolors and oils to digitally enhanced photography and installation art.



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    • The Abstract Impulse: Fifty Years of Abstraction at the National Acade


    • PRICE, MARSHALL N. et al.. The Abstract Impulse: Fifty Years of Abstraction at the National Academy, 1956-2006. Includes introduction by Jules Olitski; 88 pp., illustrated in color and b&w. 4to, wraps. New York, National Academy Museum and School of Fine Arts, in association with Manchester, Hudson Hills Press, 2007.
      Published to accompany an exhibition at the National Academy, New York.



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    • much POP, more ART: Art of the 60s in Graphic Works, Multiples, [Delux


    • STUTTGART. AMERIKA HAUS and Olomouc, Muzeum umeni Olomouc. much POP, more ART: Art of the 60s in Graphic Works, Multiples, and Publications [Deluxe Edition]. Text by bv Zdenek Primus; 2 volumes; Stuttgart: 118 pp., illustrated in color and b&w; Olomouc: 120 pp., monochrome illustrations. 4to's wraps in plexiglas holder with 2 full color posters. 1992 and 1994.
      Texts in English, German and Czech.


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    • The Deconstructive Impulse: Women Artists Reconfigure the Signs of Pow


    • PRINCENTHAL, NANCY (editor) et al. The Deconstructive Impulse: Women Artists Reconfigure the Signs of Power, 1973-1991. 176 pages, illustrated in color and b&w. 4to, cloth. Purchase, Neuberger Museum of Art, in association with Munich, Berlin, London, New York, DelMonico Books - Prestel, 2011.
      Exhibition in Purchase, NY, and Durham, NC.


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    • LEE MILLER

    • Man Ray Lee Miller: Partners in Surrealism


    • Prodger, Phillip, with Lynda Roscoe Hartigan and Antony Penrose. MAN RAY LEE MILLER: Partners in Surrealism. 160 pages, roughly 100 color and b&w plates. 4to, boards. Salem, Peabody Essex Museum, in association with London and New York, Merrell, 2011.
      Exhibition in Salem, Montclair and San Francisco.


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    • PETER PAUL RUBENS

    • RUBENISM.


    • PROVIDENCE. Brown University, Department of Art. Rubenism. 278 pp. catalogue with 88 entries, each illustrated in b&w. 4to, wraps. 1975.
      Exhibition at the Bell Gallery.


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    • Catalogue of Italian Maiolica.


    • RACKHAM, BERNARD & J. V. G. Mallet. Catalogue of Italian Maiolica. 2 Volumes: Text, 486 pages; Plates, 1441 b&w images contained in 222 plates. 4to, cloth volumes in slipcase. London, Victoria & Albert Museum, 1977.
      An amended reprint of the original 1940 edition.



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    • Italienische Majolika.


    • RASMUSSEN, JORG. Italienische Majolika. 348 pages, including 16 color plates, and over 200 b&w illustrations. 4to, wraps. Hamburg, Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe, 1984. Text in German.


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    • Latin American Artists of the Twentieth Century.


    • RASMUSSEN, WALDO et al. Latin American Artists of the Twentieth Century. 424 pp., 194 colorplate reproductions of the work of 96 artists, plus an additional 178 monochrome illustrations. Large 4to, cloth. New York, Abrams, 1993.
      A survey catalogue published to accompany an exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art, the largest and most comprehensive show of works on this subject ever assembled.


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    • Impressionists on the Seine: A Celebration of Renoir's "Luncheon o


    • RATHBONE, E. et al. Impressionists on the Seine: A Celebration of Renoir's "Luncheon of the Boating Party". Includes texts by Katherine Rothkopf, Richard R. Brettell and Charles S. Moffett. 264 pp. with 173 illustrations, of which 84 are in full colour. Large 4to, wraps. Washington, Counterpoint in Association with the Phillips Collection, 1996.
      This publication accompanies a special exhibition of works from around the world, with more than 60 riverscape paintings by Renoir, Monet, Manet, Sisley, Pissarro, Morisot, and Caillebotte. The focus of the show is on Renoirs "Luncheon of the Boating Party" (1880-1881), and the recent extensive technical examination of the painting which reveal the changes Renoir made in it's composition. The text explores in separate essays the artistic and historic aspects of the Impressionists' fascination with the Seine.




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