DAS SCHÖNE BUCH, ASIEN IN DER KUNST.
2 volumes bound together.
Written in German. From the fourth international art exhibit of the Frankfurter Kunstmesse. With a foreword, list of lectures, and 1159 entries. The second volume is the Kunstmesse's "Katalog der Versteigerung von Ostasiatischen Kunstwerken im Römer", with a foreword and 403 entries. Covers soiled, wear on extremities. With the laid-in bookplate from Oak Knoll designating this book as from the reference library of H.P. Kraus.
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by Taylor, Maurice.
First edition, limited to 165 numbered copies, this being one of the copies bound in quarter leather rather than cloth. With an introduction by Clark Kimball of The Great Southwest Books, Santa Fe. History of the Seton Village Press from its foundation in 1938 until it closed five years later. During that time, the owner, Ernest Thompson Seton, with the aid of his wife and Maurice and Marceil Taylor had produced twenty titles, of which fifteen were printed and set entirely by hand. Each title receives a through description and is illustrated throughout by black and white photographs and line drawings reproduced from Seton editions. Signed on colophon page by both Taylors. Prospectus loosely inserted.