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    • The Arts in Latin America, 1492-1820


    • RISHEL, JOSEPH J. et al.. The Arts in Latin America, 1492-1820. xxiv and 568 pp., 431 color and 45 b&w illustrations. 4to, cloth. Philadelphia, Museum of Art in association with New Haven and London, Yale University Press, 2006
      Written by a team of distinguished scholars, this exhibition catalogue for a traveling show explores the confluence of styles, materials, and techniques among Europe, Africa, Asia, and the Americas through the end of the colonial period. Beautifully illustrated with many previously unpublished paintings and objects, the book presents a beautiful selection of decorative arts, textiles, silver, scuplture, painting and furniture.


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    • MASTERS OF BRITISH PAINTING 1800-1950.


    • RITCHIE, ANDREW CARNDUFF. Masters of British Painting 1800-1950. 160 pp. with over 100 plates, 16 in color, small 4to, boards. New York, M.O.M.A., 1956.
      Lucas p. 81.


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    • GERMAN ART OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY


    • RITCHIE, ANDREW CARNDUFF (ed.). German Art of the Twentieth Century. 240 pp., incl. text by Werner Haftmann, Alfred Hentzen & William S. Lieberman, & numerous illus., many in color, small 4to, cloth. New York, M.O.M.A., 1957.


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    • Sculpture of the Twentieth Century.


    • RITCHIE, ANDREW CARNDUFF. Sculpture of the Twentieth Century. 48 pages, illustrated throughout in b&w. Small 4to, wraps. New York, M.O.M.A., 1952.
      Exhibition in Philadelphia, Chicago and New York.


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    • The Kirk Varnedoe Collection


    • ROBBINS, KADEE. The Kirk Varnedoe Collection. 80 pp., 22 color and b&w illustrations. Small 4to, cloth. Savannah, Telfair Museum of Art, 2006.
      This collection of paintings, drawings and prints was donated by twenty-two artists either friendly with, or admired by, Kirk Varnedoe in order to create a permanent gallery in his honor. Prefaces by curator Kadee Robbins and writer Adam Gopnik give a nuanced, personal insight into his achievements and influence, and each piece is reproduced alongside an interview with the artist.


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    • Bearing Witness: Contemporary Works by African American Women Artists.


    • ROBINSON, JONTYLE et al. Bearing Witness: Contemporary Works by African American Women Artists. 176 pp., with approximately 60 color and 10 b&w illustrations. 4to, cloth. New York, Rizzoli International, 1996.
      A unique document representing the work of 25 African American women artists, gathered for the inaugural exhibition of the Spelman College Museum. Paintings, scultures, fiber art, mixed media, and prints are included here in works by Lorna Simpson, Faith Ringgold, Carrie Mae Weems, Betye Saar, among others. The text explores the history of African American women in the arts, going beyond aesthetics to the political and social context of the work.


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    • New Realisms: 1957-1962. Object Strategies Between Readymade and Spect


    • ROBINSON, JULIA (editor) et al. New Realisms: 1957-1962. Object Strategies Between Readymade and Spectacle. 304 pages, roughly 250 color and 50 b&w illustrations. 4to, wraps. Madrid, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, and Cambridge (MA) and London, The MIT Press, 2010.
      Accompanies an exhibition.


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    • The Glory of Venice: Art in the Eighteenth Century.


    • MARTINEAU, JANE and Andrew Robison (editors). The Glory of Venice: Art in the Eighteenth Century. 528 pp., 292 colour illustrations and 70 b&w text figures. Large 4to, wraps. New Haven, Yale University Press, 1995.
      Serving as catalogue for an exhibition to be held at the London Royal Academy in September, this volume considers the range of arts which flourished in Venice, an influential art center in 18th century Italy. Paintings, sculpture, drawings, prints, watercolors, illustrated books and other decorative arts are discussed and illustrated. Announced for January.


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    • ANTONIO QUATRONNE

    • Italian Frescoes: The Early Renaissance.


    • ROETTGEN, STEFFI. Italian Frescoes: The Early Renaissance 1400 - 1470. Photography by Antonio Quattrone; 464 pp., 258 color plates, and numerous color and b&w text illustrations. Folio, cloth. New York/London/Paris, Abbeville Press, 1996.
      This volume examines 20 fresco cycles from the early Renaissance including those of Masaccio and Masolino in the Brancacci chapel, Piero dell Francesca's at Arezzo as well as other, lesser-known works. Divided into two sections, this book covers both the historical and technical aspects of fresco painting in this period and it contains an essay on each of the fresco cycles reproduced herein. This is the first study to offer a comparative overview of fresco painting in Quattrocento italy.


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    • IL CUBISMO


    • ROME. Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Moderna. Il Cubismo. Text by Jacques Lassaigne. 141 pp. catalogue & numerous illus., some in color, 4to, wraps. 1973-74.


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    • La Scuola Di New York


    • ROME. Marlborough Galleria. La Scuola Di New York. Unpaginated, illustrated in color and b&w. 4to, wraps. 1972.
      Text in Italian.


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    • 8 Pittori, 6 Scultori


    • ROME. Marlborough Galleria. 8 Pittori, 6 Scultori. Unpaginated, illustrated in b&w. Small 4to, wraps. 1966.


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    • Scultura Internazionale


    • ROME. Marlborough Galleria D'Arte. Scultura Internazionale. Unpaginated, illustrated in b&w. Small 4to, wraps. 1968.
      Text in Italian.


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    • MICHELANGELO MERISI CARAVAGGIO

    • La Natura Morta al Tempo di Caravaggio


    • ROME. Musei Capitolini. La Natura Morta al Tempo di Caravaggio. Text by Alberto Cottino, Mina Gregori et al. 200 pp. with 108 illustrations in color and b&w. 4to, wraps. Napoli, Electa Napoli, 1996.
      A beautifully illustrated catalogue of 16th century still life paintings, representing a variety of subjects including floral, fruit, fish and game motifs from both Italian and Flemish painters of the period. Some well-known artists are here, such as Jan Breughel, Archimboldo, and Caravaggio, but the majority of these exquisite paintings were executed by artists either unnamed or unknown. Text in Italian.



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    • Contemporanea.


    • ROME. Parcheggio di Villa Borghese. Contemporanea. 574 pages, illustrated throughout with hundreds of b&w plates. Square 4to, wraps. Florence, Centro Di, 1973.



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