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Bedford, Faith Andrews. FRANK W. BENSON: American Impressionist. 240 pp., 180 illustrations, 100 in color. Folio, cloth. New York, Rizzoli, 1994.
The first full-scale monograph on this pioneering American impressionist, best known for his outdoor, sunlit portraits, society paintings, and sporting subjects. Numerous previously unpublished paintings, etchings, and drawings are included...
Item nr. 38097
Shapiro, Michael Edward. GEORGE CALEB BINGHAM. 159 pp., 55 color and 6 b&w illustrations. 4to, cloth. New York, Abrams in association with Washington, National Museum of American Art, 1993.
An excellent introduction to this Missouri artist, reproducing paintings of the early American frontier as well as photgraphs from the family's archives.
Item nr. 35290
Dini, Piero. BOLDINI Macchiaiolo. 166 pp. include over 200 b&w illustrations. Folio, cloth. Turin, Allemandi, 1989.
Item nr. 44921
Bartolini, Sigfrido. GIOVANNI BOLDINI. Un Macchiaiolo a Collegigliato. 337 pp. with 332 illustrations in color and b&w. Folio, cloth. Firenze, Il Torchio, 1982.
Text in Italian.
Item nr. 20779
Noon, Patrick. RICHARD PARKES BONINGTON: The Complete Paintings. 480 pages, illustrated throughout in color and b&w. Small folio, cloth. New Haven and London, Yale University Press for the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art, 2008.
Catalogue raisonne of the oil paintings and watercolors.
Item nr. 127449
Bennett, Mary. FORD MADOX BROWN: A Catalogue Raisonné. 2 volumes; volume 1: xii and 366 pages; volumes 2: 274 pages; each volume fully illustrated in color and b&w. 4tos, cloth in slipcase. New Haven and London, Yale University Press for London, Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art, 2010.
Item nr. 141693
Wildman, Stephen and John Christian. EDWARD BURNE-JONES: Victorian Artist-Dreamer. Includes essays by Alan Crawford and Laurence des Cars; 361 pp., with 152 color and 214 b&w illustrations. Large 4to, cloth. New York, Abrams, 1998.
This comprehensive look at the artist's career accompanies an exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum that commemorates the...
Item nr. 53537
Paris. Galeries nationales du Grand Palais. GUSTAVE CAILLEBOTTE 1848-1894. Text by Anne Distel, Douglas Druick, and Gloria Groom. 375 pp with over 100 color and 100 b&w illustrations. 4to, cloth. 1994.
Accompanying an exhibition in Paris organised around the theme of the urban landscape, a subject the artist was notably strong...
Item nr. 38638
Chicago. The Art Institute of Chicago. GUSTAVE CAILLEBOTTE: Urban Impressionist. Text by Kirk Varnedoe, Anne Distel et al. 351 pp with approximately 100 color and 200 b&w illustrations. 4to, cloth. New York, Abbeville Press, 2000.
This exhibition, which began at the Grand Palais in Paris, was organized to commemorate the 100th...
Item nr. 41161