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James Tissot. Catalogue Raisonné of his Prints
James Tissot. Catalogue Raisonné of his Prints
by Michael Justin Wentworth.
The Minneapolise Institute of Arts May 25-July 16, 1978. Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute August5-September 17, 1978. Published by The Minneapolis Institute of Arts. 1978.
Book: 4to (280 x 213mm). Paperback b/w illustrated front and back. pp. 356. Profusely illustrated with b/w images. Cover a little dirty.
James Jacques Joseph Tissot (October 15, 1836 - August 8, 1902) was a French painter. A comprehensive and illustrated catalogue of the works of James Tissot.
[Ref: 10356]   £160.00  
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Etchings & Dry Points.
Etchings & Dry Points.
By S. Tushingham. Notes by P.G. Konody.
James Connell & Sons, Ltd., 47, Old Bond Street, London, W.1. And at 31, Renfield Street, Glasgow. [1928].
Book: 8vo (222 x 162mm). Cloth binding with gilt title stamped into spine and frontcover. Worn binding.
An illustrated and annotated catalogue of the engraved works of Sidney Tushingham (1-39 in Vol.1).
[Ref: 10233]   £50.00  
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Twentieth-Century Prints.
Twentieth-Century Prints.
Jirí Siblík.
The Hamlyn Publishing Group Limited. London. New York. Sydney. Toronto. Hamlyn House, Feltham, Middlesex, England. 1970.
4to (318 x 241mm. 12½ x 9½".), with white cloth covers, image on front and title along spine; also with original dust jacket. pp.154. Profusely illustrated with colour and b/w images. Dust jacket worn, torn and scuffed.
Jirí Siblík has chosen illustrations that show the freedom of the modern printmaker to combine the old techniques and experiment with the new. There is a selection of 64 illustrations, 32 of which are coloured, accompanied by a short text, biographical notes and a photograph of the artist. The book is organised into the following chapters: figurative art; graphic elements; colour; shapes; structures and symbols; and constructivism.
[Ref: 22107]   £30.00  
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Francis Unwin Etcher and Draughtsman With a Memoir by Campbell Dodgson, C.B.E. Seventeen Colltype Press.
Francis Unwin Etcher and Draughtsman With a Memoir by Campbell Dodgson, C.B.E. Seventeen Colltype Press.
edited by John Nash
and published by The Fleuron Limited. 101 Russell Street, London, W.C.1. 1928.
Book: 8vo (258 x 192mm). Board binding with cloth spine. 'Francis Unwin' stamped along spine in gilt. This edition is limited to 300 copies. Most pages stamped by the "Royal Institute British Architects MDCCCXXXIV" [1834]. Binding worn. Some time staining on edges of pages.
A small memoir of the artist Francis Unwin followed by a catalogue of some of his works.
[Ref: 10327]   £130.00  
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The Life of James McNeill Whistler
The Life of James McNeill Whistler (i) in Two Volumes Illustrated. Volume I. (ii) in two Volumes Illustrated. Volume II.
by E.R. and J. Pennell
London : William Heinemann. Philadelphia : J.B. Lippincott Company 1908.
Book: 2 Vols. 4to (253 x 194mm). Board binding with cloth spine. Title stamped in gilt on front cover, and stamped in black on spine. (i) 316 textual pages plus illustrations. (ii) 327 textual pages plus illustrations. (i) Binding worn and pulling away from text. (ii) Binding worn and scuffed.
James Abbott McNeill Whistler (July 11, 1834 - July 17, 1903) was an American-born, British-based artist. Averse to sentimentality and moral allusion in painting, he was a leading proponent of the credo "art for art's sake". These volumes are illustrated narratives of the life and works of James McNeill Whistler.
Ex Leggatts.
[Ref: 10427]   £130.00  
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Pollaiuolo to Picasso.
Pollaiuolo to Picasso. Master Prints in the Whitworth Art Gallery.
[1980.]
4to, illustrated soft covers; pp. 36, profusely illustrated. Slightly scuffed cover.
An exhibition catalogue published to accompany an exhibition of Old Master prints, most of which were donated by G.T. Clough, at the Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester.
[Ref: 59927]   £15.00  
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The Modern Movement in Art
The Modern Movement in Art
by R.H. Wilenski.
London Faber & Gwyer. Second Impression March MCMXXVIII Printed in Great Britain by Butler & Tanner Limited Frome and London.
Book: 8vo (217 x 139mm). Cloth binding with title label stuck onto the spine.pp. ix-xvi + 243. 32 b/w images.
An illustrated narrative of the character, development, techniques and relative values of the modern art movements.
[Ref: 10372]   £50.00  
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The Etched Work of F.L. Griggs R.A., R.E., F.S.A.
The Etched Work of F.L. Griggs R.A., R.E., F.S.A.
by Harold J.L. Wright with a Catalogue by Campbell Dodgson C.B.E., Hon. R.E.
Publication Number Twenty. The Print Collectors' Club 26 Conduit Street, London, W.I. MCMXLI [1941].
Book: 8vo (242 x 183mm). pp. 80, including 16 b/w illustrations. Limited edition 10/400. Cloth binding with Print Collectors' Club emblem stamped on front binding in gilt, and title along spine. Binding worn and scuffed. Some light spotting in first few title pages.
Frederick Landseer Maur Griggs, RA, RE (30 October 1876 - 7 June 1938) was a distinguished English etcher, architectural draughtsman, illustrator, and early conservationist, associated with the late flowering of the Arts and Crafts movement in the Cotswolds. He was one of the first etchers to be elected to full membership of the Royal Academy.
[Ref: 10331]   £120.00  
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