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    • PIETRO ANNIGONI

    • ANNIGONI


    • Paolucci, Antonio (introduction) et al. ANNIGONI. 256 pp., illustrated in colour and b&w. 4to, cloth. Florence, Palazzo Strozzi in association with Florence, Edizioni Pagliai Polistampa, 2000.
      Published to accompany an exhibition. Text in English and Italian.


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    • PIETRO ANNIGONI

    • ANNIGONI


    • Luisi, Luciano. ANNIGONI. 127 pp., roughly 20 color and 35 b&w plates. 4to, wraps. Rome, La Gradiva, 1981.
      Text in Italian.


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    • BENEDETTO ANTELAMI          Catalogue raisonné

    • BENEDETTO ANTELAMI.


    • Quintavalle, Arturo Carlo. BENEDETTO ANTELAMI. 380 pp. with 400 illustrations, b&w and some in color. Folio, cloth. Milan, Electa, 1994.
      A catalogue raisonné.


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    • ELEANOR ANTIN

    • ELEANOR ANTIN: Historical Takes


    • Hertz, Betti-Sue (curator) et al. ELEANOR ANTIN: Historical Takes. 128 pp., fully illustrated in color and b&w. Oblong 4to, boards. San Diego, San Diego Museum of Art in assopciation with Munich, Berlin, London, New York, Prestel, 2008.
      Accompanies an exhibition.


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    • RICHARD ANUSZKIEWICZ

    • ANUSZKIEWICZ.


    • Lunde, Karl. ANUSZKIEWICZ. 207 pp. with 202 illus. including many full-page color plates. Large oblong 4to, cloth. New York, Abrams, 1977.
      Freitag 206


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    • RICHARD ANUSZKIEWICZ

    • New Paintings by ANUSZKIEWICZ


    • New York. Sidney Janis Gallery. New Paintings by ANUSZKIEWICZ. Unpaginated catalogue with numerous illustrations, some in color. 4to, stapled wraps. 1965.


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    • DIETER APPELT

    • DIETER APPELT: Photographie


    • Weyergraf, Bernd. DIETER APPELT. 98 pp., roughly 75 b&w plates. 4to, wraps. Paris, Centre National de la Photographie in association with Berlin, Verlag Dirk Nishen, 1989.


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    • KAREL APPEL

    • Dupe of Being. [KAREL APPEL]


    • Hagenberg, Roland. Dupe of Being. [KAREL APPEL] 607 pp. include text by 20 well-known authors and hundreds of b&w illustrations. Small, stout 4to, wraps. New York, Edition Lafayette, 1989.


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    • KAREL APPEL

    • KAREL APPEL: Work on paper


    • Josephus Jitta, Mariette. KAREL APPEL: Work on paper. 112 pp., roughly 100 color and b&w illustrations. 4to, wraps. Den Haag, Haags Gemeentemuseum, 1984.


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    • KAREL APPEL

    • Karel Appel & Van Gogh


    • den Hartog Jager, Hans, and Donald Kuspit. KAREL APPEL & Van Gogh. 96 pages, roughly 45 color illustrations. 8vo, boards. Schiedam, Scriptum Publishers, 2011.
      Exhibition at the Vincent van GoghHuis, Zundert. Text in Dutch and English.


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    • KAREL APPEL

    • KAREL APPEL: Psychopathologisches Notizbuch. Zeichnungen und Gouachen


    • Kuspit, Donald et al. KAREL APPEL: Psychopathologisches Notizbuch. Zeichnungen und Gouachen 1948-1950. 200 pp., over 100 color illustrations. Folio, cloth. Bern, Gachnang & Springer, 1997.
      One of Europe's foremost post-war painters, Karel Appel's interest in the art of the mentally disturbed pre-dated the current vogue of outsider art by almost 50 years. This interest influenced his work most during the years 1948-1950. Text in German.


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    • KAREL APPEL          Catalogue raisonné

    • KAREL APPEL: Sculpture, A Catalogue Raisonné.


    • Kuspit, Donald. KAREL APPEL: Sculpture, A Catalogue Raisonné. 190 pp. with 232 illustrations, 100 in color. Large 4to, cloth. New York, Abrams, 1994.
      A catalogue raisonne of every work the artist has created from his earliest sculptures of 1947, when the young founder of the CoBrA movement burst onto the scene in Europe, to works of this past year.


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    • KAREL APPEL

    • KAREL APPEL Recent Paintings


    • New York. Marisa del Rey Gallery. KAREL APPEL Recent Paintings. Brief text by Sam Hunter; unpaginated, 13 color and 3 b&w plates. 4to, wraps. 1986.


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    • KAREL APPEL

    • KAREL APPEL.


    • New York. Aberbach Fine Arts. KAREL APPEL. 22 color plates, descriptions and biography. 8vo. boards. 1975.
      Inscribed by Appel.


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    • KAREL APPEL

    • KAREL APPEL: Black & White Paintings


    • New York. Marisa del Re Gallery. KAREL APPEL: Black & White Paintings. Unpaginated, includes text by Rudi Fuchs, illustrated in color and b&w. 4to, spiral-bound wraps. 1991.


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    • KAREL APPEL

    • APPEL


    • New York. Martha Jackson Gallery. APPEL. Unpaginated, includes text by Kenneth B. Sawyer and 18 b&w plates. 4to, wraps. 1960.
      Travelling exhibition.


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    • KAREL APPEL

    • APPEL's Appels


    • New York. The New York Cultural Center. APPEL's Appels. Includes text by Luke Rombaut and interview with the artist, 80 pages with 77 color and b&w plates. 4to, wraps. 1973.
      Text in English and French.


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    • KAREL APPEL

    • KAREL APPEL, The Early Years, 1937 - 1957.


    • Ragon, Michel. KAREL APPEL, The Early Years, 1937 - 1957 [SIGNED]. 548 pp. include 832 color plates and illustrations. Folio, cloth. Paris, Galilee, 1988.
      Boldly signed by Appel in red ink on the title page.


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    • IDA APPLEBROOG

    • IDA APPLEBROOG.


    • Feldman, Ronald et al. IDA APPLEBROOG. Includes texts by Lucy R. Lippard and Carter Ratcliff; 64 pp., illustrated throughout in colour and b&w. 4to, wraps. New York, Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, 1987.


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    • FRANK APPLEGATE

    • FRANK APPLEGATE of Santa Fe


    • Labinsky, Daria and Stan Hieronymus. FRANK APPLEGATE of Santa Fe: Artist and Preservationist. 296 pp., illustrated throughout in colour and b&w. 4to, cloth. Albuquerque, LPD Press, 2001.


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    • RON ARAD

    • RON ARAD: No Discipline


    • Antonelli, Paola, Jonathan Safran Foer, Marie-Laure Jousset, and Ingeborg De Roode. RON ARAD: No Discipline. 216 pages, hundreds of illustrations, most in color. 4to, wraps. New York, Museum of Modern Art, 2009.
      Exhibition in New York, Paris and Amsterdam.


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    • SHUSAKU ARAKAWA

    • The Mechanism of Meaning.


    • Arakawa and Madeline Gins. The Mechanism of Meaning [ARAKAWA]. Includes several illustrations, some are in color, 67 pages are pink. 188 pages. Square 4to, wraps. 1988.
      Text in Japanese and published in Japan.


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    • SHUSAKU ARAKAWA

    • ARAKAWA.


    • Dusseldorf. Stadtische Kunsthalle. ARAKAWA. 111 pp. catalogue, essays by Jurgen Harten, Jurgen Partenheimer, and M.H. Gins, profusely illus., 2 color fold-outs. 4to., wraps. 1977.




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