Mit Einigen Beiträgen aus Anderem Süddeutschen Besitz.
Berlin: Paul Cassirer, 1917. 4to. stiff paper wrappers. viii, 71 pages and 36 pages of plates. Mit Einigen Beiträgen aus Anderem Süddeutschen Besitz. Written in German. An auction catalogue of the art and illustrations collected by Aumüller. Contains 900 entries. Laid-in is a copy of pages v-viii. With 36 pages of black-and-white plates. With the bookplate of Oak Knoll designating this as from the library of H.P. Kraus. Corners bumped and creased with some paper... READ MORE
Mit Einigen Beiträgen aus Anderem Süddeutschen Besitz.
23 issues of the superb periodical devoted to the graphic arts.
Zurich: Graphis Press, 1946 to 1951. 4to. stiff paper wrappers. 23 issues of the superb periodical devoted to the graphic arts. The run starts with issue 14 (lacks covers) and goes through issue 37 lacking only issue 18. Some covers detached and spine coverings worn. Filled with graphic art illustrations in color. Price is for the run. READ MORE
(Houston, TX): University of Houston, Special Collections, 1969. 8vo. self paper wrappers. (12) pages. Limited to 1000 copies. Foreword by Edward G. Holley, then Director of Libraries. Description of a small 13th century Bible. Includes comments on the illustrations by Art Department Chair Peter W. Guenther. Endnotes. Two color tipped in photographs and black and white illustrations. READ MORE
Stockholm: Nationalmuseum, 1987. square 8vo. decorated cloth. 79+(1) pages. Text in Swedish. Catalogue of an exhibition at the National Museum in Stockholm, 1987-8 of illuminated manuscripts. Foreword by Per Bjurström. Three introductory essays with endnotes. 93 entries with black and white illustrations of many and a few color illustrations. Index and list of photographic credits. Ex-library with markings. READ MORE
London: Sotheby, Wilkinson & Hodge, 1921. tall 8vo. later cloth-backed boards with original paper wrappers bound-in. (ii),62; (ii),62; (ii),39 pages. Two copies of this catalogue are bound-in; the first is the un-illustrated version which has been completely priced and contains the names of the buyers; the second copy is the illustrated version of the catalogue. Bound in at the end is the illustrated version of the auction sale of Bruton's old engravings. With a two... READ MORE
Princeton: Princton University Library, 1958. 8vo. stiff paper wrappers. 62 pages. Being the entire issue of the Princeton University Library Chronicle, Vol. XX, No.1, 1958. Well-illustrated look at this famous collection of American illustrated books formed by Sinclair Hamilton. Covers wrinkled. READ MORE
Hamburg: Dr. Jörn Günther Antiquariat, 1997. large 4to. cloth, dust jacket, slipcase. 288 pages. Catalogue No.5 from the bookseller, specialising in medieval and Renaissance illuminated manuscripts and miniatures, incunabula and early printed works. Beautifully produced with vivid detail, this volume treats German-language manuscripts and miniatures from the 9th to 18th centuries. Contains 58 entries, depicted for the most part with full-page illustrations in rich color. In-depth descriptions; brief English summary provided. Entry no. 3 is... READ MORE
Basel: Kunstmuseum, 1971. square 8vo. stiff paper wrappers. not paginated. First edition. This 1971-72 exhibition at the Basel Art Museum featured modern books with original graphic art. Many of the most important moden artists were on display here, including Man Ray, Paul Klee, Marc Chagall and Salvador Dali. Dieter Koepplin supplies an introductory essay. Illustrated in black-and-white. In German. READ MORE
Nice: Musée Matisse, 1986. 4to. stiff paper wrappers. 143+(1) pages. Text in French. Catalogue of Matisse's book art at the museum. Preface by Xavier Girard; introduction by Youri Roussakov. Calendar of published works. Catalogue includes full description of published work, with comments. Color and black and white illustrations throughout. Bibliography. READ MORE
New York: Kelly-Winterton Press, 2015. obllong 12mo. cloth, paper spine label. Not paginated. Limited to 1000 copies. Designed by Jerry Kelly and set in Palatino Nova. This facsimile edition reproduces three early sketchbooks of Hermann Zapf that he produced during his war time service. Reproduced in actual size and, printed in full-color from scans made directly from the originals, a total of seventy-one compositions. Includes watercolor paintings, pen and pencil sketches, beautiful examples of calligraphic... READ MORE
(München): Rudolf Schneider Verlag, (1988). 4to. paper-covered boards, dust jacket. 208 pages. First edition. Johannes Lebek, a distinguished printmaker, is honored through several essays that touch on his importance as an independant artist and book illustrator. The artist's life work is pictured and described here. His subjects range from social commentary, images of war and work to images of the German landscape. A chronological Catalogue of his woodcuts follows. Thoroughly illustrated in black-and-white. In German... READ MORE
Bristol: Frost & Reed, 1934. 4to. cloth-backed decorated paper covered boards, color cover label. 168 pages. The 22nd edition. A priced trade catalogue of prints for sale. Full of illustrations including many in color. Covers rubbed and worn along edges. Ink ownership inscription on front cover. Light foxing. With the pencil signature of Gavin Bridson. READ MORE
Bristol: Frost & Reed, 1934. 4to. cloth-backed decorated paper covered boards, color cover label. 168 pages. The 22nd edition. A priced trade catalogue of prints for sale. Full of illustrations including many in color. With letter from publisher and credit form for purchase from publisher loosely inserted. Spine faded and covers rubbed along edges. READ MORE
Bristol: Frost & Reed, n.d. (circa 1935). 4to. cloth, color cover label. 168 pages. The 23rd edition. A priced trade catalogue of prints for sale. Full of illustrations including many in color. With publisher's label of C. Dingley on title page. Spine shows some fading. Label on free endpaper bearing ink inscription. READ MORE
Providence, RI: The John Carter Brown Library, 1996. 4to. quarter cloth with paper-covered boards. xix, (i),147+(1) pages. Published on the occasion of the Sesquicentennial Celebration of the Founding of the John Carter Brown Library, an independently funded institution for advanced research in history and the humanities at Brown University. Contents include more than fifty authors discussing titles in the libraries holdings. Illustrated with numerous facsimiles of title pages, maps, etc. READ MORE