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American Graphic Art.
American Graphic Art.
F. Weitenkampf.
The Macmillan Company. New York. MCMXXIV.
8vo, original green cloth gilt, top edge gilt; pp. xiii + 328, with 52 illustrations. Library stamps on title and some pages. Slightly damaged cover.
A comprehensive account of American graphic art.
[Ref: 59772]   £60.00  
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Edward Ardizzone's World. The Etchings and Lithographs.
Edward Ardizzone's World. The Etchings and Lithographs. An Introduction and Catalogue Raissoné.
Nicholas Ardizzone.
University Press and Wolseley Fine Arts. London. [2000.]
4to, red cloth gilt and illust. d/w; pp. 144, profusely illustrated. Tear on d/w.
A catalogue raisonné of the work of the english artist Edward Ardizzone.
[Ref: 59926]   £45.00  
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Ariadne Florentina. Six Lectures on Wood and Metal Engraving. With Appendix. Given before the University of Oxford, in Michaelmas Term 1872.
Ariadne Florentina. Six Lectures on Wood and Metal Engraving. With Appendix. Given before the University of Oxford, in Michaelmas Term 1872. Second Edition.
by John Ruskin, LL.D., Honorary Student of Christ Church, and Slade Professor of Fine Art.
George Allen, Sunnyside, Orpington, Kent. 1891. Printed by Hazell, Watson, & Viney, Ld., London and Aylesbury.
8vo (230 x 158mm. 9 x 6¼"), with green calf cover, gilt title on spine. Scratched Bartolozzi dedication inside front cover. Scuffed and marked covers.
John Ruskin (1819-1900) was the leading English art critic of the Victorian era. In 1869 he became the first Slade Professor of Fine Art at the Universtiy of Oxford, where he established the Ruskin School of Drawing. This book is made up of six lectures with illustrations on: 'the definition of the art of engraving', 'the relation of engraving to other arts in Florence', 'the technics of wood engraving', 'the technics of metal engraving', 'design in the German schools of engraving (Holbein and Durer)', and 'design in the Florentine schools of engraving (Sandro Botticelli)'.
[Ref: 22083]   £60.00  
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Arthur Boyd. Etchings and Lithographs.
Arthur Boyd. Etchings and Lithographs.
Introduction by Imre von Maltzahn.
Maltzahn Gallery Limited London. First edition 1971. Published by Lund Humphries Publishers Limited 12 Bedford Square London WC1.
Limited editionof 2000 copies. 4to, red cloth clover with printed title on spine, also with original dust jacket. pp.16. 6 coloured images and 114 b/w. Some scuffing and soiling to dust jacket.
This book is devoted to the entire graphic work of Arthur Boyd (1920-1999) (with the exception of the St Francis lithographs) produced between 1962 and 1969 -etchings, aquatints and drypoints
[Ref: 21991]   £70.00  
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Etchings of D.Y.Cameron and A Catalogue of his Etched Work
Etchings of D.Y.Cameron and A Catalogue of his Etched Work
with an Introduction Essay by Frank Rinder.
Otto Schulze and Company. 20 South Frederick Street, Edinburgh 1908.
Book: 4to (279 x 215mm). Board binding with gilt title stamped onto frontcover and spine. A 90 page catalogue - 60 of which are illustrations. Binding rubbed and scuffed. Some spotting. Dirty.
A catalogue raisonné of the work of Sir David Young Cameron.
[Ref: 10370]   £70.00  
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The Etchings of D.Y. Cameron.
The Etchings of D.Y. Cameron.
Arthur M. Hind.
London. Halton and Truscott Smith, Ltd. 1924.
4to, orginal cloth gilt; pp. vii + 43, with 95 b/w plates. Good condition.
An account of the etchings of Sir David Young Cameron.
[Ref: 59909]   £60.00  
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Creating Art from Anything. Ideas. Materials. Techniques.
Creating Art from Anything. Ideas. Materials. Techniques.
Donz Z. Meilach.
Pitman Publishing. First Published in Great Britain 1971. Copyright 1968 by Reilly & Lee, Division of Henry Regnery Co.
4to (285 x 215mm. 11¼ x 8½".), with green cloth covers and gilt title on spine; also with original dustjacket. pp. iii-v + 119. 250 b/w illustrations. Dustjacket soiled.
A handbook for students, teachers, artists and enthusiats that explores the use of everyday objects as art materials. The author also includes chapters on working with wood, metal, plastics and mixed materials.
[Ref: 22105]   £30.00  
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Currier & Ives: A Manuel for Collectors.
Currier & Ives: A Manuel for Collectors.
By Jane Cooper Bland.
Publsihed by Double Day, Doran and Company, Inc. Garden City, New York. 1931.
Book. 4to (230 x 300mm). Cloth binding. Title stamped on binding. pp.v + 349. 16 coloured and 14 b/w illustrations.
An alphabetical catalogue of the prints (including auction prices) published by American publishers and lithographers Nathaniel Currier (1813-1888), Charles Currier (1818-1887) and James Merrit Ives (1824-1895).
Ex Collection of the Hon. Christopher Lennox-Boyd.
[Ref: 36437]   £65.00  
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Mr. Currier and Mr. Ives: A Note on Their Lives and Times.
Mr. Currier and Mr. Ives: A Note on Their Lives and Times.
Russel Crouse.
Published by Garden City Publishing Company, Inc. Garden City MCMXXXVI New York.
Book: 4to (230 x 300mm). Cloth binding with title stamped on spine and front cover. pp. 135. 32 illustrations in colour and b/w.
An illustrated narrative dicsussing the lithographic works of American printers Nathaniel Currier (1813-1888) and James Merrit Ives (1824-1895).
Ex Collection of the Hon. Christopher Lennox-Boyd.
[Ref: 36423]   £45.00  
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Currier & Ives. Printmakers to the American People.
Currier & Ives. Printmakers to the American People.
Harry T. Peters.
Published by Doubleday, Doran & Co. Inc. garden City, New York. MCMXLII.
Book 4to (230 x 310mm). pp. vii-xvi + 192. Cloth binding. Gilt title stamped on spine. Printed title and illustration glued to front, stamped decoration. Profusely illustrated in colour and b/w.
Illustrated narrative describing the lithographic works of Nathaniel Currier (1813-1888) and James Merrit Ives (1824-1895) American "Publishers of Cheap and Popular Prints".
Ex Collection of the Hon. Christopher Lennox-Boyd.
[Ref: 36424]   £45.00  
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Daumier
Daumier
by Jacques Lassaigne. Translated from the French by Eveline Byam Shaw.
William Heinemann Ltd. London. Toronto. [n.d. c.1910].
Book: 4to (322 x 242mm). pp. 168 pages including b/w illustrations throughout. First English Edition. Cloth binding with title in gilt stamped onto front cover and spine. . Complete with dustjacket. Dustjacket dirty and slightly torn. Binding worn.
An illustrated catalogue of the works of Honoré Daumier (1808-79), with some narrative on his life and achievements; the critique; description of the plates and the reproductions; and his influence today.
[Ref: 10458]   £80.00  
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Drawing & Engraving. A Brief Exposition of Technical Principles & Practice.
Drawing & Engraving. A Brief Exposition of Technical Principles & Practice. With Numerous Illustrations Selected of Commissioned by the Author.
By Philip Gilbert Hamerton. Honorary Fellow of the Royal Society of Painter-Etchers; Honorary Member of the Burlington Fine Arts Club Author of 'Etching and Etchers,' 'The Graphic Arts' Etc. Etc. Etc.
London and Edinburgh. Adam and Charles Black 1892.
8vo (230 x 172mm. 9 x 6¾"), in grey-green cloth binding with title printed in gilt on cover and spine. Some scuffing to cover.
Philip Gilbert Hamerton (1834-1894), the English artist, art critic and author was involved in the ninth edition of the Encyclopaedia Britannica published between 1875 and 1889. Shortly after he decided to create this sole volume focusing on the art of drawing and engraving. There are ten chapters on drawing with chapters on 'drawing in the middle ages', 'linear drawing in ancient greek', 'landscape design', and 'drawing for photographic processes'; there then follow a further eight chapters on engraving with chapters on 'principal varieties of engraving', 'etching', 'mezzotint', and 'photographic processes of engraving'.
[Ref: 22082]   £65.00  
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The Etcher's Handbook.
The Etcher's Handbook. Giving an Account of the Old Processes, and of Processes recently discovered. Illustrated by the Author. "What, then, is the amount and kind of previous knowledge and skill required by the etcher?...Finally, it is the acumen to perceive the near relationship that expression bears to form, and the skill to draw them - not separately, but together."-Fine Arts Quarterly Review.
By Philip Gilbert Hamerton, Author of "Etching and Etchers."
London: Charles Roberson & Co., 99, Long Acre. 1871. Dryden Press: J. Davy and Sons, 137, Long Acre, London.
8vo. Original cloth covers with gilt lettering.
Twenty-two chapters and five etching and one dry point illustrations on the art and processes of etching, including chapters on dry point, etching from nature, Haden's negative process and Hamerton's negative process. A manual more concerned with the materials than with the grammar of etching, including some of Hamerton's own developments, such as positive white etching ground.
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Etching. Modern Methods of Intaglio Printmaking.
Etching. Modern Methods of Intaglio Printmaking.
Julian Trevelyan.
First Published in 1963 by Studio Books (Longacre Press Ltd). 161, Fleet Street, London, EC4.
Book: 8vo (238 x 177mm). pp. vi-viii + 96. Profusely illustrated with b/w and colour images. Modern printed and laminated board binding. A few marks.
A clear concise narrative with illustrations on the methods of intaglio printmaking.
[Ref: 10346]   £30.00  
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The Art and Practice of Etching; with Directions for Other Methods of Light and Entertaining Engraving.
The Art and Practice of Etching; with Directions for Other Methods of Light and Entertaining Engraving.
By Henry Alken.
London: S. & J. Fuller, 34 & 35, Rathbone Place, Oxford Street. 1849.
8vo. Gilt title on canvas cover, stamped design on covers both sides.
A manual of the art and practice of etching; covering terminology such as: turpentine varnish, biting-in, smoking taper and many other processes and terms. Split into four parts for etching, engraving in soft ground, aqua-tinta etching, and resin-ground etching; images at the back.
Collection: Christopher Dobson.
[Ref: 21980]   £120.00  
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A History of British and American Etching
A History of British and American Etching
by James Laver Assistant in the Department of Engraving Illustration and Design. Victorai & Albert Museum.
Ernest Benn Limited Bouverie House, Fleet Street, London, E.C.4. 1929.
Book: 4to (278 x 217mm). pp. vii-xiv + 363 pages with 84 b/willustrations. Two-tone cloth binding with title in gilt stamped into spine. Binding a little worn around the spine.
An illustrated narrative of the various themes and genres in British and American etching.
[Ref: 10357]   £60.00  
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Etching in England with 50 Illustrations.
Etching in England with 50 Illustrations.
by Frederick Wedmore.
London. George Bell and Sons. 1895.
Book: 8vo (231 x 169mm). pp.184. 50 b/w illustrations. Cloth and board binding with patterning and title stamped onto both the spine and frontcover. Binding torn on spine. Some spotting.
An illustrated narrative of the different classes of etching in England, and prominent British etchers.
[Ref: 10347]   £65.00  
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On the Making of Etchings.
On the Making of Etchings.
by Frank Short.
London. Robert Dunthorne, at the sign of the Rembrandt Head in Vigo Street. W. 1888.
Book: 8vo (212 x 175mm). pp. 34 with 4 b/w plates. Small b/w illustrations throughout. Board binding with cloth spine. Printed title and illustration front and back. Binding worn with some staining. Some spotting across the pages.
An illustrated narrative on the making of etchings. Outlines the methods, techniques and tools required to produce etchings.
[Ref: 10423]   £60.00  
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Etching and Other Graphic Arts. An Illustrated Treatise
Etching and Other Graphic Arts. An Illustrated Treatise with An Original Etching Frontispiece and Twenty-Six Illustrations
by George T. Plowman
London: John Lane, The Bodley Head. New York: John Lane Company MCMXV.
Book: 8vo (204 x 135mm). Original cloth gilt; pp. 148, with etched frontis. and 26 half-tone and wood-engraved plates. Binding worn.
An illustrated reference to etching. Divided into two parts. Part one: outlines the different techniques of print making. Part two: details the production of etching from the preparation to the reworking.
[Ref: 10421]   £25.00  
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Etching Craft. A Guide for Students and Collectors.
Etching Craft. A Guide for Students and Collectors.
by W.P.Robins, R.E. With a Foreward by Martin Hardie, R.E.
London : from the Office of The Bookman's Journal & Print Collector. 173/5 Fleet Street, E.C.4. 1922.
Book: 8vo (252 x 158mm). pp. vii-xvi + 243. Cloth spine with boards. Gilt title stamped into spine. Binding scuffed and rubbed with a small stain. Binding pulling away from book at spine.
An illustrated volume divided into seven sections. Part I: A Brief Outline of the Development of Etching. Part II: The Practical Side of Etching. Part III: The Great Etchers and Their Work. Part IV: Drypoint, Aquatint and Soft-Ground Etching. Part V: Printing, Mounting, and the Care of Prints. Part VI: Conclusion. Part VII: Bibliography of Works on Etching and Etchers.
[Ref: 10244]   £45.00  
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Etching & Etchers.
Etching & Etchers. With etchings by the Author.
by Philip Gilbert Hamerton, Author of the 'Intellectual Life,' etc.
Boston: Little, Brown, and Company. 1902.
Book: 4to (235 x 158mm), gilt illustrated cloth; pp. xxx + 439, twelve etched plates. Binding worn, back board detached, spine loose, inner hinges strained, with prelims loose.
A very comprehensive and illustrated guide to etchings. One volume divided into five books and an appendix. Book I: Powers and Qualities of the Art. Book II: The Dutch and Other Schools. Book III: The French School. Book IV: The English School. Book V: The Interpreters of Painting, and Copying in Facsimile. Appendix: Practical Notes and Catalogue Index.
[Ref: 10252]   £45.00  
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Etchings of Today
Etchings of Today
Introduction by W. Gaunt. Edited by Geoffrey Holme.
London: The Studio Limited. 44 Leicester Square, W.C.2. [n.d. c.1920].
Book: 4to (290 x 210mm). Cloth binding covered in a plastic cover. Complete with see-through plastic dust jacket. Dust-jacket torn and dirty.
A small introduction and detail on etchings by specific nations, plus 120 illustrations.
[Ref: 10457]   £25.00  
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Illustrated Catalogue of Etchings by Hedley Fitton R.E. With Descriptions.
Illustrated Catalogue of Etchings by Hedley Fitton R.E. With Descriptions.
Robert Dunthorne
The Rembrandt Gallery. 5 Vigo, St. London, and 28 Castle St. Liverpool 1911.
Book: 8vo (212 x 172mm). pp. 36. 37 b/w illustrations. Cloth binding with gilt title stamped on front cover. A gilt stamp with "RL" in the centre, stamped on the reverse. Limited edition 350. Binding scuffed, spine very worn.
An illustrated catalogue of the etchings by Hedley Fitton. Born 1857, Elected Member of the Royal Society of Paint Etchers 1902, amongst other prestigious postings.
[Ref: 10237]   £120.00  
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From Manet to Toulouse-Lautrec.
From Manet to Toulouse-Lautrec. French Lithographs 1860-1900.
By Frances Carey and Antony Griffiths.
Published for the Trustees of the British Museum by British Museum Publications Limited. [1978.]
8vo, colour-illustrated soft covers; pp. 104, with 11 colour and 60 b/w illustrations.
An exhibition catalogue published to accompany an exhibition on French Lithograph 1860-1900 at the Department of Prints and Drawings in the British Museums, 1978.
[Ref: 59773]   £20.00  
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Lucien Freud. Acqueforti.
Lucien Freud. Acqueforti. Galleria Arialdo Ceribelli. Arcer. Via S. Tomaso, 92 - 24121 Bergamo.
Craig Hartley.
Alcon Edizioni s.r.l. Viale V. Emanuele, 44 - Bergamo. Copyright Settembre 1994. Stampato in Italia.
4to (280 x 242mm. 11 x 9½".). pp. 130. Profusely illustrated with b/w images. Modern printed card cover with b/w illustration. Covers soiled and marked.
Catalogue Raisonné of the work of Lucien Freud from 1946-1994, with 49 large scale black and white plates of Freud's etching and drawings. Lucien Freud (1982-2011) was a British painter, known for his thickly impasted portrait and figure paintings. His works are noted for their psychological penetration, and for their often discomforting examination of the relationship between artist and model. He was the grandson of Sigmund Freud and elder brother to writer and politician Clement Freud.
[Ref: 22106]   £45.00  
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The Inscriptional Work of Eric Gill
The Inscriptional Work of Eric Gill
Evan R. Gill
Cassell & Co Ltd. London. 35 Red Lion Square. London WCI. 1964.
Book: 8vo (249 x 172mm). Cloth binding with title stamped along spine in gilt. Complete with lamenated dust jacket. An illustrated catalogue of 158 pages. Dust jacket dirty and worn.
Arthur Eric Rowton Gill (22 February 1882 - 17 November 1940) was a British sculptor, typeface designer, stonecutter and printmaker.
[Ref: 10352]   £60.00  
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The Graphic Arts. Modern Men and Modern Methods
The Graphic Arts. Modern Men and Modern Methods
by Joseph Pennell N.A. Author of the Graphic Arts Series, Modern Illustration The Illustrations of Books.
The Cammon Lectures for 1920 Published for the Art Institute of Chicago by the University of Chicago Press. Chicago, Illinois.
Book: 4to (235 x160mm). Cloth binding with gilt title stamped in spine and front cover. Binding worn, tear in the spine.
An illustrated narrative on etching, lithography and wood engraving - examining the methods and the artists themselves.
[Ref: 10215]   £45.00  
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A Gothic Vision: F.L. Griggs and His Works
A Gothic Vision: F.L. Griggs and His Works
by Francis Adams Comstock.
Boston Public Library. Ashmolean Museum, Oxford MCMLXVI [1966].
Book: 4to (279 x 217mm). Cloth binding with gilt title stamped onto spine. No 424 of a Limited Edition of 600. An illustrated catalogue of 364 pages. Very fine condition.
A comprehensive catalogue with an index, technical notes, a bibliography, and separate catalogues of Griggs's engravings, watercolors, drawings, furniture and other designs, and architectural work.
Library of Congress Catalogue Card Number: 66 - 12131.
[Ref: 10371]   £350.00  
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Axel Haig and the Victorian Vision of the Middle Ages.
Axel Haig and the Victorian Vision of the Middle Ages.
J. Mordaunt Crook & C.A. Lennox-Boyd.
London. George Allen & Unwin. [1984.]
8vo, illustrated soft covers; pp. 73, with 64 b/w plates. Slightly scuffed cover.
A complete list of Axel Haig's etchings, summing up the Victorian vision of medival architecture.
[Ref: 59856]   £60.00  
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David Hockney.
David Hockney.
Marco Livingstone.
Prima edizione ottobre 1988. Rusconi Libri S.p.A., via Livraghi 1/b, 20126 Milano Traduzione dall'Inglese di Massimo Parizzi.
4to with illustrations.
First edition translation of Livingstone's 1981 English copy of David Hockney. Here Marco Livingstone traces those connections from the beginnings of the artist's career in the early 1960s through to the more recent works that have contributed to Hockney's international reputation. These include his photocollages and highly acclaimed stage designs for the opera, not to mention his embrace of technology - namely the fax drawings and colour laser prints - which show the continuing preoccupation with invention and artifice that has made the artist's work at once popular and enduring.
[Ref: 21986]   £40.00  
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The Graphic Art of Winslow Homer.
The Graphic Art of Winslow Homer.
By Lloyd Goodrich.
Published for The Museum of Graphic Art by the Smithsonian Institution Press. 1968.
Book. 4to (220 x 255mm). pp. 136. 123 b/w images. Cloth binding, gilt title stamped on spine. In original dust cover. Dirty dust cover.
An illustrated narrative of the printed work of American artist Winslow Homer (1836-1910).
Ex Collection of the Hon. Christopher Lennox-Boyd.
[Ref: 36436]   £50.00  
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The Impressionist Print.
The Impressionist Print.
Michel Melot.
Yale University Press. New Haven and London. [1996.]
4to, green cloth gilt and illust. d/w; pp. 296, profusely illustrated. Good condition.
An account of the Impressionist printmaking techniques.
[Ref: 59904]   £70.00  
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Charles Keene. Etcher, Draughtsman and Illustrator 1823-1891. Being a Lecture delivered to the Print Collectors' Club on Friday, November 25th, 1932
Charles Keene. Etcher, Draughtsman and Illustrator 1823-1891. Being a Lecture delivered to the Print Collectors' Club on Friday, November 25th, 1932
by Frank l. Emanuel.
Publication Number Fourteen. The Print Collectors' Club. 5A Pall Mall East, London, S.W.I. MCMXXXV [1935].
Book: 8vo (248 x 186mm). pp. 71 including 19 b/w illustrations. Limited edition 50/350. Board and cloth binding with Print Collectors' Club emblem stamped on front. Binding worn. Some spotting. A few pages have become loosened from the binding.
Charles Samuel Keene (10 August 1823-4 January 1891) was an English artist who worked in black and white.
[Ref: 10335]   £60.00  
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Lasansky: Printmaker.
Lasansky: Printmaker.
University of Iowa Press, Iowa City 52242.
1975 by the University of Iowa. All rights reserved. Printed in the United States of America.
Large 4to. pp. 166. Profusely illustrated with colour and b/w images. Blue cloth covers with gilt facsimile signature on front, title on spine, also with original dust jacket. Dirty and slightly torn dust jacket.
A catalogue raisonné of all the prints of Mauricio Lasansky from 1933 through 1973. This book contains 135 black and white reproductions, and 24 of those are also shown in colour. A detailed description of each print prepared by John Thein and Phillip Lasansky under the supervision of the artist is included.
[Ref: 21989]   £130.00  
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Addled Art. "Criticism is the conscience of Art." - Ernest Hello.
by Lional Lindsay.
Hollis and Carter Ltd. 25 Ashley Place, London, S.W.1. First published in England, 1946.
Book: 4to (150 x 188mm). Cloth and board binding with title stamped on cover and along spine. Complete with dustjacket. Dust jacket worn and torn. Binding a worn around edges.
An 'honest debunking of modernism in art' which 'reaches conclusions destructive of much contemporay art criticism', by the Australian printmaker and critic Sir Lionel Lindsay (1874-1961) Chapters: I. Anarchy in Art. II. The Jew in Modern Painting. III. Novelty. IV. Les Fauves. V. Surrealism. VI. Drawing-Bad and Good. VII.. The Cult of Ugliness. VIII. Colour and the Quantum of Good in Modern Work. IV. A Few Words on Art Writers. X. Return to Subject. XI. Into the Breach.
[Ref: 10422]   £70.00  
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150 Years of Artists' Lithographs 1803 - 1953.
150 Years of Artists' Lithographs 1803 - 1953.
Feliz H. Man.
William Heinemann Ltd. London. Melbourne. Toronto. First published 1953.
Book: 4to (291 x 212mm). pp. VII-LXII. Profusely illustrated with colour and b/w images. Cloth binding with title stamped along spine. Binding scuffed, rubbed and dirty. Lightly annotated in 'Notes On Artists And Their Prints'
An illustrated narrative of certain lithographs between 1803 - 1953.
[Ref: 10350]   £130.00  
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Wood Engravings and Drawings of Iain Macnab of Barachastlain
Wood Engravings and Drawings of Iain Macnab of Barachastlain
by Albert Garrett.
Published by Midas Books, 12 Dene Way, Speldhurst, Tunbridge Wells, Kent TN3 0NX.
Book: 4to (298 x 204mm). Cloth binding with gilt title stamped along spine, with dust jacket. pp. iii-ix + 116. Profusely illustrated with b/w images. Dust jacket torn and dirty.
Macnab, Iain, of Barachastlain (1890-1967), painter and wood-engraver. A comprehensive and illustrated reference to a collection of his works.
[Ref: 10369]   £120.00  
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Peter Milton / Complete Etchings 1960-1976.
Peter Milton / Complete Etchings 1960-1976.
Commentary and editing by Kneeland McNulty with essays by the artist.
Published by Impressions Workshop. Boston, Massachusetts 1977.
4to. pp 137. Profusely illustrated with b/wimages. Printed cover with photos front and back.
A catalogue raisonné of Peter Milton's (b.1930) work.
[Ref: 21998]   £85.00  
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Paul Nash Book Designs.
Paul Nash Book Designs.
Researched and Written by Clare Colvin.
A Minories Touring Exhibition. Copyright The Minories and Clare Colvin, 1982. Printed in Essex Telegraph Press Limited, Colchester.
4to (252 x 203mm. 10 x 8".), black covers with gold printed title on cover and spine.
Paul Nash (1889-1946) was a British landscape painter, surrealist and war artist, as well as a book-illustrator, writer and designer of applied art. This illustrated catalogue includes a small biography of his life and then focuses on five sections: book illustrations; bookjackets and illustrations for periodicals; bookbindings; wood engravings not publised as book illustrations; and bookplates.
[Ref: 22097]   £35.00  
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The History of the Royal Society of Painter-Etchers and Engravers 1880-1930 by Sir Francis Newbolt K.C., A.R.E.
The History of the Royal Society of Painter-Etchers and Engravers 1880-1930 by Sir Francis Newbolt K.C., A.R.E.
Publication No. 9 The Print Collectors' Club. 5a Pall Mall East, London, S.W.1. 1930.
Book: 8vo (246 x 184mm). Cloth binding with gilt title and emblem stamped onto the front cover and spine. Top gilt edge. pp. 271. Profusely illustrated with b/w images. This edition, printed at The Baynard Press, is limited to 600 Copies, of which 300 are for presentation to the Members of the Print Collectors' Club. This is No. 496.
An illustrated history of the Royal Society of Painter-Etchers & Engravers.
[Ref: 10326]   £120.00  
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A Catalogue of the Etchings of Samuel Palmer
A Catalogue of the Etchings of Samuel Palmer
with Introduction, Notes, etc. by R.G. Alexander.
Publication Number Sixteen. The Print Collectors' Club. 5A Pall Mall East, London, S.W.I. MCMXXXVII. [1937].
Book: 8vo (249 x 186mm). pp. 107 including 22 b/w illustrations. Limited edition 355/375. Cloth binding with Print Collectors' Club emblem stamped on front binding in gilt, and title along spine. Binding worn. Some sporadic spotting.
Samuel Palmer (January 27, 1805 - May 24, 1881) was an English landscape painter, etcher and printmaker. He was also a prolific writer. Palmer was a key figure in English Romanticism and produced visionary pastoral paintings.
[Ref: 10332]   £120.00  
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The Appeal of Prints.
The Appeal of Prints.
by Carl Zigrosser.
1970 by Carl Zigrosser. Printed in U.S.A. KNA Press Inc. Kennett Square, Pa. Leary's Book Co. A division of Geo. S. MacManus Co.
Small 4to with grey cloth covers, title imprinted on spine, also with original dust jacket. pp.151. Profusely illustrated with b/w images. Dust jacket slighlty scuffed around edges.
[Ref: 21994]   £30.00  
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Fantasien. Umrisse zum Erstenmal von den Original-Platten Abgedruckt.
Fantasien. Umrisse zum Erstenmal von den Original-Platten Abgedruckt.
Gezeichnet von Moritz Retzsch.
London im verlag von Saunders und Otley, Conduit Street; Black, Young und Young, Tavistock Street; Rittner und Goupil, Paris. 1834.
Book: 8vo (281 x 211mm). Cloth and marble board binding. Binding a little worn.
Friedrich August Moritz Retzsch (December 9, 1779 - June 11, 1857) was a German painter, draughtsman, and etcher. A wonderful collection of line engravings and a few separate drawings and etchings.
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Fine Prints of the Year. An Annual Review of Contemporary Etching and Engraving.
Fine Prints of the Year. An Annual Review of Contemporary Etching and Engraving. Volume One. Containing reproductions of etchings, etc., issued or made during the year ending October, 1923.
Edited by Malcolm C. Salaman. Hon. Fellow, Royal Society of Painter-Etchers and Engravers.
London: Halton & Truscott Smith, Limited. 1924.
Book: 4to (289 x 222mm). Cloth binding with gilt title stamped onto spine and front cover. pp. v-viii + 208. Profusely illustrated with b/w and colour images. Binding worn and scratched. Some sporadic spotting.
An illustrated catalogue of the finest prints of 1923.
[Ref: 10456]   £120.00  
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Fine Prints of the Year. An Annual Review of Contemporary Etching and Engraving.
Fine Prints of the Year. An Annual Review of Contemporary Etching and Engraving. Volume Seven. Containing reproductions of Etchings and Engravings issued or made during the year ending October, 1929.
Edited by Malcolm C. Salaman. Hon. Fellow, Royal Society of Painter-Etchers and Engravers. American Section by Helen Fagg.
London: Halton & Truscott Smith, Ltd. New York: Minton, Balch & Company.
Book: 4to (281 x 220mm). 20 pages of narrative. 100 plates. 24 pages for 'Directory of Etchers and Engravers'. Cloth binding with gilt title stamped onto spine and front cover. Top edge gilt. Binding worn and torn slightly. Slightly dirty covers.
An illustrated catalogue of the finest prints of 1929.
[Ref: 10455]   £120.00  
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Royal Society of Painter-Etchers and Engravers.  Etchings and Engravings. What they, and are not, with some notes on the care of prints
Royal Society of Painter-Etchers and Engravers. Etchings and Engravings. What they, and are not, with some notes on the care of prints
by Sir Frank Short, R.A. President of the Society.
Published by the Society, at the Gallery. 5A, Pall Mall East, London, S.W. 1912.
Book: 8vo (222 x 174mm). pp. 40. 17 b/w illustrations icluding back cover. Board binding with cloth spine. Edition of 500. Binding scuffed and rubbed with edgewear. Some gentle spotting on the first few pages.
An illustrated narrative outlining the different techniques of engraving, the various states and proofs, and the printing methods.
[Ref: 10425]   £45.00  
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On the Making of Etchings.
On the Making of Etchings.
by Frank Short.
London. Robert Dunthorne, at the sign of the Rembrandt Head in Vigo Street. W. 1888.
Book: 8vo (212 x 175mm). pp. 34 with 4 b/w plates. Small b/w illustrations throughout. Board binding with cloth spine. Printed title and illustration front and back. Binding scuffed and rubbed with some staining. Spotting across the pages.
An illustrated narrative on the making of etchings. Outlines the methods, techniques and tools required to produce etchings.
[Ref: 10424]   £60.00  
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The Etched and Engraved Work of Sir Frank Short Vol. II. The Mezzotints and Aquatints of Sir Frank Short, R.A., P.P.R.E. other than those for the Liber Studiorum.
The Etched and Engraved Work of Sir Frank Short Vol. II. The Mezzotints and Aquatints of Sir Frank Short, R.A., P.P.R.E. other than those for the Liber Studiorum.
Catalogue & Introduction by Martin Hardie C.B.E., R.E.
Publication Number Seventeen. The Print Collectors' Club 26 Conduit Street, London, W.1. MCMXXXIX [1939].
Book: 8vo (247 x 185mm). Limited edition 52/400. pp. 75. 16 b/w illustrations. Cloth binding with Print Collectors' Club emblem stamped on front binding in gilt, and title along spine. Binding worn and peeling away from text at spine.
An illustrated catalogue of the mezzotints and aquatints of Sir Frank Short.
[Ref: 10329]   £90.00  
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The Etched and Engraved Work of Sir Frank Short. Vol. III. Etchings, Dry-Points, Lithographs by Sir Frank Short, R.A., P.P.R.E.
The Etched and Engraved Work of Sir Frank Short. Vol. III. Etchings, Dry-Points, Lithographs by Sir Frank Short, R.A., P.P.R.E.
Catalogue & Introduction by Martin Hardie C.B.E., R.E.
Publication Number Nineteen. The Print Collectors' Club 26 Conduit Street, London, W.1. MCMXL. [1940].
Book: 8vo (247 x 187mm). pp. 90 including 16 b/w illustrations. Limited edition 142/400. Cloth binding with Print Collectors' Club emblem stamped on front binding in gilt, and title along spine. Binding worn and scuffed.
An illustrated catalogue of Sir Frank Short's etching, drypoints and lithographs. Sir Frank Short (1857-1945) painter and engraver, Master of the Art Workers Guild in 1901, 1902.
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The Etchings of William Strang & Sir Charles Holroyd being a Lecture delivered to the Print Collector's Club on Wednesday 5th April 1933
The Etchings of William Strang & Sir Charles Holroyd being a Lecture delivered to the Print Collector's Club on Wednesday 5th April 1933
by Campbell Dodgson C.B.E., Hon. R.E.
Publication Number Twelve. The Print Collectors' Club. 5A Pall Mall East, London, S.W.I. MCMXXXIII [1933].
Book: 8vo (249 x 185mm). Limited edition 212/500. Illustrated catalogue of 61 pages. Board and cloth binding with Print Collectors' Club emblem stamped on front. Binding worn. Some spotting.
William Strang [1859-1921 and Sir Charles Holroyd [1861-1917].
[Ref: 10333]   £25.00  
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