Ceroni, Angela. MODIGLIANI: Les Nus. 96 pp. with 42 tipped-in plates, of which 31 are color. Large square 4to, cloth. Paris, Bibliotheque des Arts, 1989.+
Item nr. 24012
DEMEYER, JEAN-PHILIPPE. Fearless Living. 224 pages, illustrated throughout. Folio, cloth. Bruges, Rooigem bvba, 2018. (#167151) $200.00
From the author:
"This is a book about discovery.
This is a book about design.
This is a book about emotion, creativity and the unpredictability of discovery.
This is a book about making curious, unlikely and surprising connections.
Item nr. 167151
Darwent, Charles. JOSEF ALBERS: Life and Work. 400 pp. New York, Thames & Hudson, 2018.
Drawing on extensive unpublished archival writings, documents, and illustrations, this is the first full-scale biography of one of the 20th-century's great artists.
In his accessible study of the "whole" Albers, Charles Darwent combats the fables while telling...
Item nr. 167030
Dervaux, Isabelle. WAYNE THIEBAUD: Draftsman. 160 pages with 116 color and b&w plates. 4to, boards. New York, Thames & Hudson, 2018.
Accompanies an exhibition at the Morgan Library.
Item nr. 165614
Baldacci, Paolo. DE CHIRICO The Metaphysical Period 1888-1919. 446 pp., with 150 color and 450 b&w illustrations. Folio, cloth. Boston, Bulfinch, 1997.
Renowned de Chirico scholar Paolo Baldacci's extensive monograph explores devotes particular attention to de Chirico's most productive period period between 1908-1919 and reveals many biographical details embedded within the...
Item nr. 52193
MCCOLLUM, ALLAN and Matt Mullican. Your Fate. 30 pages, 28 b&w plates. 4to, stapled wraps. [New York,] Christine Burgin, 2004.
Accompanied an exhibition of the same name; this artists' book is the manual mentioned below.
"Your Fate is a system for answering unanswerable questions, or perhaps divining your future. In the exhibition...
Item nr. 167141
Bernardi, Claire. PICASSO: Bleu et rose (exhibition album). 48 pp., with 38 color plates. 4to, wraps. Vanves, Hazan, 2018. (#167075) $25.00
The Musée d'Orsay, associated with the Musée Picasso-Paris, presents the first exhibition on the blue and pink period of Pablo Picasso in France. This exhibition offers an unprecedented gathering of...
Item nr. 167075
O'Connor, Francis Valentine, ed. JACKSON POLLOCK: A Catalogue Raisonné of Paintings, Drawings, and Other Works. Supplement Number One. 89 pp., illustrated throughout in color and b&w. Square folio, publisher's cloth. New York, The Pollock-Krasner Foundation, 1994.
Item nr. 40632
Kuhl, Isabel. ANDY WARHOL. 128 pages, with color plates throughout. 4to, wraps. New York, Prestel, 2007.
Item nr. 167138
Fremont, Vincent. ANDY WARHOL: Man's Best Friend. 60 pages, with numerous color plates. 4to, wraps. St. Louis, Lococo Fine Art, 2006.
Item nr. 167136
Istanbul. Pera Museum. ANDY WARHOL: Pop Art for Everyone. 111 pages, with color plates throughout. 4to, wraps. 2014.
Text in English and Turkish.
Item nr. 167132
Beyeler, Ernst, Georg Frei, Peter Gidal and Edward Sanders. ANDY WARHOL: Series and Singles. 216 pp., 106 color plates. 4to, wraps. Riehen/Basel, Fondation Beyeler 2000.
This book consists of an overview of Warhol's serial works, plus an essay on a single work ("Saturday's Disaster") and film ("Blow Job"). A concluding chapter...
Item nr. 93653
Nochlin, Linda (essay). ANDY WARHOL: Nudes. Unpaginated text, followed by 53 color plates. Large 4to, boards. New York, Robert Miller Gallery, 1995.
Published on the occassion of an exhibition at the Robert Miller Gallery, this book represents a selection of Andy Warhol's nudes; drawings and polaroids from the 50s, 70s and...
Item nr. 42477
Schellmann, Jorg (ed). ANDY WARHOL Art from Art. Text by Laszlo Glozer. 96 pp with 110 color illustrations. 4to, cloth. Munich, Edition Schellmann with Schirmer/Mosel, 1994.
This slim volume examines the theme of Warhol's art based on other art, making visual comparisons between original source works and Warhol's versions. Text in...
Item nr. 39566
RUBIN, WILLIAM. Picasso and Braque: Pioneering Cubism. 460 pp. exhibition catalogue includes more than 400 plates, approximately 300 of which are in color. Large 4to, cloth. New York, MOMA, 1989.
Item nr. 159341
WEBER, BRUCE, Nan Bush and Nathaniel Kilcer (editors). All-American VIII: Nature's Way. Text by numerous contributors; unpaginated, fully illustrated in color and b&w. 4to, cloth-backed wraps. 2008.
This year's edition of All-American includes chapters on Oatsie Charles, the Washington D.C. hostess and Newport socialite; Pr. Henry W. Kendall, a Nobel-prize winning...
Item nr. 135345
Weinberg, Adam D. and Sheryl Conkelton (texts). LEWIS BALTZ. 3 Volumes. The Prototype Works/Die Prototyp-Studien: unpaginated, 57 b&w plates; The Tract Houses/Die Siedlungshauser: 68 pp., 25 b&w plates; The New Industrial Parks Near Irvine, California/Das neue Industriegelande in der Nahe von Irvine, Kalifornien: unpaginated, 51 b&w plates. 4to's, boards in...
Item nr. 117428
WEBER, BRUCE (editor). All-American: Short Stories. Unpaginated, illustrated in color and b&w. 4to, wraps. New York, Little Bear, 2002.
A collection of stories about family, illustrated by various well-known artists, photographers, and writers. Bruce Weber has contributed photographs of the Clemente twins
Item nr. 104430