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Auctioneer Swann Auction Galleries 212-254-4710
Auction Date Dec 01 Auction
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New York, NY
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Lot: 1 - (ALLEN PRESS.) Twain, Mark. The Christmas

(ALLEN PRESS.) Twain, Mark. The Christmas Fireside. The Story of a Bad Little Boy that Bore a Charmed Life. Printed in three colors. Two Victorian wood-engraved illustrations. Small, thin 12mo, gilt-lettered marbled boards, extremities lightly

Lot: 2 - (ARION PRESS.) O''Hara, Frank; and Jim Dine.

(ARION PRESS.) O''Hara, Frank; and Jim Dine. Biotherm (For Bill Berkson). Essay and glossary by Bill Berkson. 42 lithographs by Jim Dine. 575x402 mm; 22 5/8x15 inches (sheets), full margins. Folio, contents loose as issued in red cloth portfolio

Lot: 3 - (ART NOUVEAU.) Jérôme Doucet. Contes de

(ART NOUVEAU / JONES, ALFRED GARTH.) Jérôme Doucet. Contes de Haute-Lisse. Illustrated chapter divisions, vignettes, and elaborate text borders by Jones, divided into 6 sections that are printed in black and colors in the following order:

Lot: 4 - (ASHENDENE PRESS.) Malory, Sir Thomas; translator.

(ASHENDENE PRESS.) Malory, Sir Thomas; translator. The Noble and Joyous Book entytled Le Morte d''Arthur. 29 woodcuts: 2 are full-page, 26 by Charles M. Gere, 3 by Margaret Gere; Initials by Graily Hewitt in red and blue; headings to the chapters

Lot: 5 - BARBIER, GEORGE. Vingt-Cinq Costumes pour le

BARBIER, GEORGE. Vingt-Cinq Costumes pour le Théâtre. Preface by Edmond Jaloux. Etched frontispiece portrait of Barbier by Charles Martin, 25 tipped-in pochoir costume plates by Barbier, with lettered tissue guards. 4to, original pictorial

Lot: 6 - (BARBIER, GEORGE.) Gautier, Théophile. Le

(BARBIER, GEORGE.) Gautier, Théophile. Le Roman de la Momie. Color pochoir frontispiece, head- and tailpieces, decorated initials, and color illustrations by Barbier, engraved by Gasperini. 8vo, original color pictorial wrappers. number 42 of

Lot: 7 - (BARBIER, GEORGE.) Guérin, Maurice de.

(BARBIER, GEORGE.) Guérin, Maurice de. Poèmes en Prose. 3 plates, cover design, and 27 text illustrations by Barbier, wood-engraved by Pierre Bouchet, and designed by françois-louis schmied. Introduction by Paul Valéry. 4to,

Lot: 8 - BAUER, JOHN / SWEDEN. John Bauer''s Bästa:

BAUER, JOHN. John Bauer''s Bästa: ett Urval Sagor ur Bland Tomtar Och Troll Aren. Photographic frontispiece, 2 black-and-white vignettes, 19 color plates, captioned in the margins. 4to, white cloth-backed cream boards pictorially stamped in

Lot: 9 - (BEARDSLEY, AUBREY.) Malory, Thomas, Sir. Le Morte

(BEARDSLEY, AUBREY.) Malory, Thomas, Sir. Le Morte d''Arthur. The Birth, Life, and Acts of King Arthur of His Noble Knights of the Round Table . . . 2 volumes. Photogravure frontispieces, 18 wood-engraved illustrations (5 double-page), and over

Lot: 10 - BEARDSLEY, AUBREY. A Portfolio of Aubrey

BEARDSLEY, AUBREY. A Portfolio of Aubrey Beardsley''s Drawings Illustrating "Salome" by Oscar Wilde. 17 plates and contents leaf loose as issued on Japanese vellum, 345x270 mm; 13 1/2x10 3/4 inches. Folio, contents loose as issued in publisher''s

Lot: 11 - (BEARDSLEY, AUBREY.) Point-of-purchase poster for

(BEARDSLEY, AUBREY.) Point-of-purchase poster for the first issue of The Yellow Book. Black printed on yellow paper. 387x292 mm; 15 1/4x11 1/2 inches, sheet. Light soiling, 1/2-inch short clean tear to center of left margin, corner crease upper

Lot: 12 - (BIRNBAUM, URIEL.) Carroll, Lewis. Alice im

(BIRNBAUM, URIEL.) Carroll, Lewis. Alice im Spiegelland. German text translated from the English by Helene Scheu-Riesz. 12 color plates by Birnbaum. 8vo, gilt-lettered blue cloth, unusually bright; contemporary owner''s ink inscription on front

Lot: 13 - (BLAKE, WILLIAM.) Blair, Robert. The Grave, A

(BLAKE, WILLIAM.) Blair, Robert. The Grave, A Poem. Engraved portrait frontispiece of Blake by Louis Schiavonetti after Thomas Phillips; etched additional title and 11 plates by Schiavonetti after Blake. Large 4to, 355x285 mm, 14x11 1/4 inches,

Lot: 14 - BLAKE, WILLIAM; and EDWARD YOUNG. The Complaint,

BLAKE, WILLIAM; and EDWARD YOUNG. The Complaint, and The Consolation; or, Night Thoughts. 4 engraved part titles and 39 etched and engraved pictorial borders by and after Blake. Folio, contemporary straight-grained green calf with Greek borders

Lot: 15 - (BOOK ARTS / FINE BINDINGS.) Hassal, W. O. The

(BOOK ARTS / FINE BINDINGS.) Hassal, W. O. The Holkham Bible Picture Book. 84 collotypes, including some in color. Folio, specially bound by desmond yardley, in full crimson levant morocco with four thick vertical gilt bands along covers, dividing

Lot: 16 - (BOOK ARTS / PRINTING.) Carroll, G. D.; editor.

(BOOK ARTS / PRINTING.) Carroll, G. D.; editor. Love: Compositions of Eminent Persons of Golden Ages. Title-page and 36 pages of printing specimens interleaved between love poems and letters printed in red and black. Oblong folio, robin''s egg blue

Lot: 17 - (BOOK ARTS / PRINTING.) Andrews & Lewerth.

(BOOK ARTS / PRINTING.) Andrews & Lewerth. Antiquarian Covers. Over 50 paper and printing samples of advertisements to showcase various designs and types of engraving, including ads for Brooks Brothers, New York Edison Company, and others. 4to,

Lot: 18 - (BOOK ARTS / PRINTING.) Ives, Frederic Eugene.

(BOOK ARTS / PRINTING.) Ives, Frederic Eugene. Specimens of Color Plates and Printing. Portrait frontispiece of Ives, signed and dated march 29, ''05, title-page illustration, and 16 plates. One page of introductory text. Thin 8vo, original stapled

Lot: 19 - (BOOK ARTS / TYPE / CALLIGRAPHY.) Losenauer,

(BOOK ARTS / TYPE / CALLIGRAPHY.) Losenauer, Johann Jacob. Vorhrifft Teütsch-Lateinisch-und-Französischer Schriften. 25 (of 26) copper plates of elaborate calligraphy engraved by H. G. Hertel. Oblong 4to, late 19th century 1/2 calf over

Lot: 20 - (BOOK ARTS.) Clelland, T. M. Harsh Words: An

(BOOK ARTS.) Clelland, T. M. Harsh Words: An Address Delivered at a Meeting of The American Institute of Graphic Arts in New York City February 5th, 1940 on the Occasion of the Opening of the Eighteenth Annual Exhibition of The Fifty Books of the

Lot: 21 - (BOOK ARTS.) ROGERS, BRUCE and T.E. LAWRENCE.

(BOOK ARTS.) ROGERS, BRUCE and T.E. LAWRENCE. Letters ... to Bruce Rogers. Printed in brown. 8vo, original semi-flexible brown linen covers, gilt-titled spine, inconspicuous stain to front cover; endpaper gutters toned. [Np]: Privately printed at

Lot: 22 - (BOOK ARTS.) The Book-Lover''s Almanac for the

(BOOK ARTS.) The Book-Lover''s Almanac for the Year 1893. Chromolithographed title-page and 12 charming book-related illustrations for each month of the calendar year, by Henriot, some with hand coloring applied. Small 8vo, stiff card wrappers

Lot: 23 - (CARDEW, GLORIA / GUILD OF WOMEN BINDERS.)

(CARDEW, GLORIA / GUILD OF WOMEN BINDERS.) Shelley, Percy Bysshe. The Sensitive Plant. 12 plates, title-page, and 79 decorative initials by Laurence Housman, beautifully hand-colored by gloria cardew. 8vo, crushed cherry morocco with central single

Lot: 24 - (CHELONIIDAE PRESS.) Goodrich, S. G. Cheloniidae:

(CHELONIIDAE PRESS.) Goodrich, S. G. Cheloniidae: Sea Turtles. 7 color etchings and 2 wood engravings of sea turtles by Alan James Robinson, each signed and numbered. Folio, illustrated wrappers; prospectus and single ad sheet laid in; original

Lot: 25 - COBURN, ALVIN LANGDON and G.K. CHESTERTON. London.

COBURN, ALVIN LANGDON and G.K. CHESTERTON. London. 10 tipped-in photogravure plates by Coburn featuring landmark sights including Big Ben, St. Paul''s, Parliament, and Tower Bridge. 8vo, publisher''s cream linen-backed printed tan boards, spine

Lot: 26 - (CURIOSA / EROTICA.) Bragenell, Pierre. Douze

(CURIOSA.) Bragenell, Pierre. Douze Quatrains. 12 brightly colored and detailed erotic pochoirs attributed to Gerda Wegener with her trademark black mask in the foreground of each image. 4to, 20th-century marbled boards with gilt-lettered green calf

Lot: 27 - (CURIOSA / EROTICA.) [Deveria, Achille; and

(CURIOSA.) [Deveria, Achille; and Frederic Bouchot]. Diabolico Foutro Manie. Illustrated title-page and 8 (of 12) lithographed plates. 8vo, rebound in 1920s Art Deco paper-covered boards, leather spine perished; plates trimmed and tipped to pages,

Lot: 28 - (CURIOSA / EROTICA.) Hannon, Theo. La Toison de

(CURIOSA.) Hannon, Theo. La Toison de Phryne. Printed in black with red initials. Etched frontispiece, cover design, and 10 plates, by Henri Thomas. 4to, rebound in 3/4 brown morocco gilt, extremities slightly faded and rubbed; top edges trimmed

Lot: 29 - (CURRY, JOHN STEUART.) Schmeckebier, Laurence E.

(CURRY, JOHN STEUART.) Schmeckebier, Laurence E. John Steuart Curry''s Pageant of America. Numerous color and monochrome reproductions, but with a full-page watercolor by curry of john brown on front endpaper. 8vo, publisher''s cloth stamped in

Lot: 30 - (DANCE OF DEATH.) Sattler, Joseph. Ein moderner

(DANCE OF DEATH.) Sattler, Joseph. Ein moderner Totentanz in 16 Bildern. 16 heliogravures by Sattler, some colored, some tipped-in, captioned in margins, average image size 160x127 mm; 6 1/2x5 1/4 inches. Folio, publisher''s pictorial boards,

Lot: 31 - (DANCE OF DEATH.) Schiestl, Rudolf. Der Tod von

(DANCE OF DEATH.) Schiestl, Rudolf. Der Tod von Basel. 8 woodcut plates by Schiestl, the first signed in pencil below image. Oblong 4to, publisher''s parchment-backed green boards, unevenly faded; contents clean. first edition. number 298 of 600

Lot: 32 - (DERRYDALE PRESS.) Vosburgh, Walter Spencer.

(DERRYDALE PRESS.) Vosburgh, Walter Spencer. Cherished Portraits of Thoroughbred Horses from the Collection of William Woodward. 68 uncolored heliogravure plates reproducing paintings in Woodward''s collection. Folio, original red morocco gilt by

Lot: 33 - (DETMOLD, EDWARD J.) Aesop. The Fables of Aesop.

(DETMOLD, EDWARD J.) Aesop. The Fables of Aesop. 25 tipped-in color plates by Detmold captioned on previous page. Large 4to, rebound in full green morocco, elaborately gilt; all edges trimmed and gilt. first signed limited edition. number 619 of 750

Lot: 34 - (DETMOLD, EDWARD J.) Aesop. The Fables of Aesop.

(DETMOLD, EDWARD J.) Aesop. The Fables of Aesop. 25 tipped-in color plates by Edward Detmold captioned on previous page. Large 4to, publisher''s original gilt-pictorial cream cloth; top edges trimmed and gilt, endpapers toned as usual; bookplate of

Lot: 35 - (DOVES PRESS / ASHENDENE PRESS.) Milton, John.

(DOVES PRESS / ASHENDENE PRESS.) Milton, John. Paradise Regain''d. Doves type printed in black and red and Greek type designed by Selwyn Image. Small 4to, publisher''s gilt-lettered vellum, usual natural discoloration, small red mark on front cover;

Lot: 36 - (DOVES PRESS.) Wordsworth, William. A Decade of

(DOVES PRESS.) Wordsworth, William. A Decade of Years: Poems by William Wordsworth 1798-1807. Printed in black and red. 8vo, vellum with gilt-lettered spine, some natural discoloration; scattered foxing to deckled edges; calligraphed book label of

Lot: 37 - (DULAC, EDMUND.) Contes des Mille et une Nuits.

(DULAC, EDMUND.) Contes des Mille et une Nuits. Adapted by Hadji-Mazem. 50 mounted color plates by Dulac with lettered tissue guards. Thick 4to, custom binding of red morocco with gilt lettering on spine and simple Arabic design on cover; top edges

Lot: 38 - (DULAC, EDMUND.) Housman, Laurence. Stories from

(DULAC, EDMUND.) Housman, Laurence. Stories from the Arabian Nights * Princess Badoura: A Tale from the Arabian Nights. Together, 2 works retold by Housman and illustrated with tipped-in color plates by Dulac, with lettered tissue guards. Thick

Lot: 39 - ESHERICK, WHARTON; and Amory Hare. Tristram and

ESHERICK, WHARTON; and Amory Hare. Tristram and Iseult. 10 woodcut illustrations by Esherick. Thin 4to, black cloth, spine stamped in gold, edgeworn; internally bright. number 311 of 450 copies signed by hare and esherick [the total edition] and one

Lot: 40 - (FITZGERALD, VINCENT.) Joyce, James. The

(FITZGERALD, VINCENT.) Joyce, James. The Epiphanies. 64 etchings, original watercolors, collages, and hand-cuttings by Susan Weil and Marjorie Van Dyke, based on Joyce''s writings; calligraphy by Jerry Kelly, type by Dan Carr and Julia Ferrarie.

Lot: 41 - GILL, ERIC / GOLDEN COCKEREL PRESS. Id Quod Visum

GILL, ERIC / GOLDEN COCKEREL PRESS. Id Quod Visum Placet: A Practical Test of the Beautiful. Engraved frontispiece, one plate, and title vignette by Gill. Thin tall 12mo, original linen-backed blue boards with cover label (foxed). number 105 of 150

Lot: 42 - GILL, ERIC / GOLDEN COCKEREL PRESS. The Four

GILL, ERIC / GOLDEN COCKEREL PRESS. The Four Gospels of the Lord Jesus Christ according to the authorized version of King James I. 18-point Golden Cockerel Face type. 65 wood-engraved illustrations by Eric Gill, including 4 full-page plates. Folio,

Lot: 43 - (GOLDEN COCKEREL PRESS.) Ovid. The Metamorphoses

(GOLDEN COCKEREL PRESS.) Ovid. The Metamorphoses of Publius Ovidius Naso. 11 illustrations by J. Yunge Bateman with additional suite of plates loose as issued. Folio, brown morocco with gilt-pictorial burgundy calf insets on covers, faintly but

Lot: 44 - (GOBLE, WARWICK.) Owen, Dora; editor. The Book of

(GOBLE, WARWICK.) Owen, Dora; editor. The Book of Fairy Poetry. 16 tipped-in color plates by Goble on captioned mounts, with tissue guards. 4to, recent grey morocco gilt; top edges trimmed, others uncut. first english trade edition. London and New

Lot: 45 - (HART, LEO; printer). Lamb, Charles. A

(HART, LEO; printer). Lamb, Charles. A Dissertation Upon Roasted Pig. Printed in red and black. Color woodcuts by Wilfred Jones. 8vo, vellum-backed rice-paper boards, lettered in red; original metallic paper-covered slipcase, rubbed. Printed on

Lot: 46 - (HIRSCHFELD, AL.) Stern, Yossi. Be-Ohalei Gadna

(HIRSCHFELD, AL.) Stern, Yossi. Be-Ohalei Gadna [In Gadna Tents]. Explanatory text and illustrations by Stern showing the preparations and activities of the Israeli youth corps. Oblong 4to, publisher''s plain mottled green boards with cloth spine,

Lot: 47 - (JAPANESE FAIRY TALES.) Hearn, Lafcadio. Japanese

(JAPANESE FAIRY TALES.) Hearn, Lafcadio. Japanese Fairy Tales. 5 volumes. Color woodblock illustrations printed on crepe paper. 8vo, original sewn crepe paper wrappers; as new in rice paper overslips; publisher''s board Chi-tsu box with faux bone

Lot: 48 - KOEHLER, MELA. Two colored etchings.

KOEHLER, MELA. Two colored etchings. Small bust of a lady with winter coat and muff. Etching with lithograph 76x61 mm; 3x2 1/2 inches, image, on larger sheet, signed in pencil, lower margin * Two girls with flowers. 101x140 mm; 4x5 1/2 inches,

Lot: 49 - (KELMSCOTT PRESS.) Caxton, William. The Golden

(KELMSCOTT PRESS.) Caxton, William. The Golden Legend. 3 volumes. Lettering designed by William Morris; wood-engraved illustrations by Edward Burne-Jones. 3 volumes. Large 4to, original linen-backed blue boards, scattered soiling, spines worn,

Lot: 50 - KENT, ROCKWELL. Original illustration for an

KENT, ROCKWELL. Original illustration for an unrealized business logo. With 2 related letters (1 Autographed, 1 Typed). Illustration is pen and ink with wash, 79x63 mm; 3 1/4x2 1/2 inches on 6 1/2x5 1/2-inch sheet. Letters are each 8vo, with

Lot: 51 - (LEAF BOOKS.) Chaucer, Geoffrey. Two Chaucer

(LEAF BOOKS.) Chaucer, Geoffrey. Two Chaucer Leaves. Two early printed leaves from The Third Book of the Testament of Love, in sixteenth-century black-letter folio sheets tipped into a printed bifolium. Small folio, the first leaf (fol. cccxxv) from

Lot: 52 - (LEFLER, HEINRICH; and URBAN, JOSEF.) Andersen,

(LEFLER, HEINRICH; and URBAN, JOSEF.) Andersen, Hans Christian. Andersen Kalender 1911. Translated by Hugo Salus. 12 color plates by Lefler and Urban, surrounded by platinum grey and gilt borders in different designs. Small folio, original

Lot: 53 - LEGRAND, EDY. Macao et Cosmage ou l''Experience du

LEGRAND, EDY. Macao et Cosmage ou l''Experience du Bonheur. Pochoir illustrations on each page by Legrand. Square folio, original color pictorial paper-covered boards, spine defective, covers soiled; finger soiling and mild creasing to lower outer

Lot: 54 - (LIMITED EDITIONS CLUB.) Ashbery, John.

(LIMITED EDITIONS CLUB.) Ashbery, John. Description of a Masque. Illustrated with 3 watercolor woodblocks by Jane Freilicher printed by Keiji Shinohara on Tosa Hanga paper. Folio, tan cloth with red leather cover label; matching clamshell box with

Lot: 55 - (LIMITED EDITIONS CLUB.) Dumas, Alexandre.

(LIMITED EDITIONS CLUB.) Dumas, Alexandre. Camille. 12 plates after watercolors by Marie Laurencin. 4to, gilt-decorated white cloth; slipcase. number 468 of 1500 copies signed by laurencin. New York, 1937

Lot: 56 - (LIMITED EDITIONS CLUB.) Harrer, Heinrich. The

(LIMITED EDITIONS CLUB.) Harrer, Heinrich. The White Spider. Photographic plates of the ascent of the Eiger by Harrer. Small folio, morocco-backed grey linen with a three-dimensional relief of pebbles scraped from the icy rock surface, laid on a

Lot: 57 - (LIMITED EDITIONS CLUB.) Hemingway, Ernest. The

(LIMITED EDITIONS CLUB.) Hemingway, Ernest. The Old Man and the Sea. Illustrated with 5 photogravures by Alfred Eisenstaedt. Oblong folio, 1/4 blue morocco over grey linen boards, gilt-lettered spine; suede-lined cloth clamshell box with leather,

Lot: 58 - (LIMITED EDITIONS CLUB.) Joyce, James. Ulysses.

(LIMITED EDITIONS CLUB.) Joyce, James. Ulysses. Introduction by Stuart Gilbert. 20 lithographed and etched plates after drawings by Henri Matisse. 4to, brown buckram stamped in gold with bas-relief design by Leroy Appleton, small white spot to foot

Lot: 59 - (LIMITED EDITIONS CLUB.) Maran, René.

(LIMITED EDITIONS CLUB.) Maran, René. Batouala. Translated by Alvah C. Bessie. Color plates by Miguel Covarrubias. Small folio, tan morocco stamped in dark brown, a little natural discoloration; publisher''s board slipcase, light wear. number

Lot: 60 - (LIMITED EDITIONS CLUB.) Paz, Octavio. Sight and

(LIMITED EDITIONS CLUB.) Paz, Octavio. Sight and Touch. 3 color woodcuts by Balthus. Elephant folio, 1/2 beige goatskin over linen; folding box; prospectus laid in. number 111 of 750 copies signed by paz and balthus. New York, 1994

Lot: 61 - (LIMITED EDITIONS CLUB.) Senghor, Leopold Sedar.

(LIMITED EDITIONS CLUB.) Senghor, Leopold Sedar. Poems. 6 original silkscreen prints from paintings commissioned by Lois Mailou Jones, printed on textured Arches paper. Elephant folio, royal purple linen over boards with gilt lettering; black cloth

Lot: 62 - (LIMITED EDITIONS CLUB.) Thoreau, Henry David.

(LIMITED EDITIONS CLUB.) Thoreau, Henry David. Walden, or Life in the Woods. Photographic plates by Edward Steichen. 8vo, 1/4 cloth over patterned boards, light wear to spine ends; top edges trimmed and stained evergreen; partially unopened;

Lot: 63 - (LIMITED EDITIONS CLUB.) Twain, Mark. The

(LIMITED EDITIONS CLUB.) Twain, Mark. The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn * The Adventures of Tom Sawyer. Together, 2 volumes. Illustrated by Thomas Hart Benton. 8vo, cloth, spine a bit browned on Huck; slipcases, scuffed. numbers 1276 and 1261 of

Lot: 64 - (LIMITED EDITIONS CLUB.) Warren, Robert Penn. All

(LIMITED EDITIONS CLUB.) Warren, Robert Penn. All the King''s Men. 2 volumes. Photogravures by Hank O''Neal. 4to, 1/4 leather gilt; slipcase. Prospectus laid in. number 11 of 600 sets signed by warren and o''neal. New York, (1989)

Lot: 65 - (LIMITED EDITIONS CLUB.) Whitman, Walt. Song of

(LIMITED EDITIONS CLUB.) Whitman, Walt. Song of the Open Road. 6 bound hand-pulled photogravures by Aaron Siskind, of visually textural tar poured onto cracks of light concrete, printed by Clary Nelson at Renaissance Press. Elephant folio, 1/4

Lot: 66 - (MANUSCRIPTS and MANUSCRIPT REFERENCE / AMERICAN

(MANUSCRIPTS and MANUSCRIPT REFERENCE / AMERICAN ART.) Album containing 66 pen-and-ink drawings illustrating 2 poems. Oblong 4to, contemporary green pebbled leather, gilt-lettered and decoratively blindstamped, extremities rubbed, front cover loose.

Lot: 67 - (MANUSCRIPTS and MANUSCRIPT REFERENCE.) Group of

(MANUSCRIPTS and MANUSCRIPT REFERENCE.) Group of five 19th through early 20th century illustrated manuscript books. Hand-drawn titles, illustrations, and borders. 8vo and 4to, variously bound and worn but contents generally complete and sound. Vp,

Lot: 68 - (MANUSCRIPTS and MANUSCRIPT REFERENCE.)

(MANUSCRIPTS and MANUSCRIPT REFERENCE.) Huntington, Archer M. Initials and Miniatures of the IXth, Xth, and XIth Centuries from the Mozarabic Manuscripts of Santo Domingo de Silos in the British Museum. 47 color plates containing numerous

Lot: 69 - (MANUSCRIPTS and MANUSCRIPT REFERENCE.) Mautner,

(MANUSCRIPTS and MANUSCRIPT REFERENCE.) Mautner, Konrad. Steyerisches Rasplwerk, Vierzeiler, Lieder, und Gasslreime aus Goessl am Grundlsee. Color printed facsimile after the original watercolored manuscript. 372 pages. Thick folio, 8vo, original

Lot: 70 - (MANUSCRIPTS and MANUSCRIPT REFERENCE.) The

(MANUSCRIPTS and MANUSCRIPT REFERENCE.) The Rothschild Haggadah. A Passover Compendium from the Rothschild Miscellany. 2 volumes. Small 4to, facsimile in original vellum, commentary volume in original boards; publisher''s marbled board slipcase.

Lot: 71 - MASEREEL, FRANS. La Sirène: Vingt-Huit Bois

MASEREEL, FRANS. La Sirène: Vingt-Huit Bois Gravés. 28 wood-engraved plates of a man and his elusive Lorelei. 4to, original lettered wrappers, toned, spine worn; scattered light foxing. first limited edition. number 123 of 600 copies on

Lot: 72 - MASEREEL, FRANS. Mein Stundenbuch.

MASEREEL, FRANS. Mein Stundenbuch. Introduction by Thomas Mann. 156 woodcut illustrations by Masereel. Small square 8vo, cream boards lettered in black, unevenly browned, lower hinge starting. Signed and dated from Zurich, 11 December, 1958, on

Lot: 73 - (MERRYMOUNT PRESS.) The Book of Common Prayer.

(MERRYMOUNT PRESS.) The Book of Common Prayer and Administration of the Sacraments . . . According to the Use of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America. Together with The Psalter or Psalms of David. Printed in red and black.

Lot: 74 - (MERRYMOUNT PRESS.) The Holy Bible.

(MERRYMOUNT PRESS.) The Holy Bible containing the Old and New Testaments and the Apocrypha. 14 volumes. 72 engravings after paintings by Turner, Michelangelo, Burne-Jones, Reynolds, Rossetti, Doré, Rubens, Lalauze, Raphael, Westall, and many

Lot: 75 - (OUTHWAITE, IDA RENTOUL.) Rentoul, Annie R. and

(OUTHWAITE, IDA RENTOUL.) Rentoul, Annie R. and Grenby Outhwaite. Fairyland. 18 tipped-in color plates with lettered tissue guards, and 32 black-and-white plates tipped to lettered mounts, head- and tailpieces, all by Outhwaite. Folio, publisher''s

Lot: 76 - PARAIN, NATHALIE; and André Beucler. Mon

PARAIN, NATHALIE; and André Beucler. Mon Chat. 9 loose leaves printed on rectos, with pochoir illustrations by Parain. Thin folio, original pictorial pochoir portfolio, browned, extremities and flaps worn; contents slightly toned with scattered

Lot: 77 - (PARRISH, MAXFIELD.) Saunders, Louise. The Knave

(PARRISH, MAXFIELD.) Saunders, Louise. The Knave of Hearts. 11 color plates, 9 illustrations, decorations, and endpapers, by Parrish. Folio, cloth with pictorial cover onlay; publisher''s black board box with printed gold paper cover label, sides and

Lot: 78 - (PERISHABLE PRESS.) Wakoski, Diane. The Wandering

(PERISHABLE PRESS.) Wakoski, Diane. The Wandering Tattler. Fanciful illustrations of birds printed in variously colored inks to match their feathers, by Ellen Lanyon. Tall 4to, publisher''s gilt-lettered 1/4 teal morocco over black boards, spine

Lot: 79 - (POP-UP / MOVABLE BOOKS.) John Pfahl. Piles: A

(POP-UP / MOVABLE BOOKS.) John Pfahl. Piles: A Pop-Up Book by John Pfahl. 5 photographic screenprint pop-up illustrations of various piles of objects (wood, salt, hay, snow, sand) from different locales. Small 8vo, original brown cloth. number 39

Lot: 80 - (PYLE, HOWARD.) Howells, William Dean. Stops of

(PYLE, HOWARD.) Howells, William Dean. Stops of Various Quills. Frontispiece and 2 plates on tissue; headpieces and vignettes in sepia, and historiated initials in black, by Pyle. 4to, publisher''s 1/4 cream cloth over blue boards and printed

Lot: 81 - PYLE, HOWARD. The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood.

PYLE, HOWARD. The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood. Title-page printed in red and black. 4to, blindstamped calf, spine dried with loss to joint and head; endpapers renewed, edges stained red; owner''s folding red cloth case * The Wonder Clock.

Lot: 82 - RACKHAM, ARTHUR. Arthur Rackham''s Book of

RACKHAM, ARTHUR. Arthur Rackham''s Book of Pictures. Introduction by Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch. 44 tipped-in color plates by Rackham with lettered tissue guards. 4to, rebound in modern crushed burgundy morocco with gilt borders and spine stamping, a

Lot: 83 - (RACKHAM, ARTHUR.) Barrie, J. M. Piter Pan: Douze

(RACKHAM, ARTHUR.) Barrie, J. M. Piter Pan: Douze Réproductions en Couleurs des Originaux de A. Rackham. 12 large color plates tipped to mattes with decorative borders. 535x490 mm; 21x19 1/2 inches, sheets, average plate size 305x203mm; 12x8

Lot: 84 - (RACKHAM, ARTHUR.) Carroll, Lewis. Aventures

(RACKHAM, ARTHUR.) Carroll, Lewis. Aventures d''Alice au Pays des Merveilles. Frontispiece and 12 tipped-in color plates with lettered tissue guards. 4to, publisher''s gilt-stamped cream cloth, scattered toning and finger soiling; offsetting to

Lot: 85 - (RACKHAM, ARTHUR.) Evans, C. S. The Sleeping

(RACKHAM, ARTHUR.) Evans, C. S. The Sleeping Beauty. One tipped-in color plate, 19 full-page silhouette plates by Rackham (three are double-page), many with some color, and 41 in-text silhouette illustrations. 4to, original vellum-backed gilt-stamped

Lot: 86 - (RACKHAM, ARTHUR.) Goldsmith, Oliver. The Vicar of

(RACKHAM, ARTHUR.) Goldsmith, Oliver. The Vicar of Wakefield. 12 color plates with lettered mounts and numerous illustrations, by Rackham. 4to, gilt-lettered vellum; top edges trimmed and gilt. first english limited edition. number 191 of 575 copies

Lot: 87 - (RACKHAM, ARTHUR.) Grimm Brothers. The Fairy Tales

(RACKHAM, ARTHUR.) Grimm Brothers. The Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm. Translated by Mrs. Edgar Lucas. 55 black-and-white illustrations and 40 tipped-in color plates with lettered tissue guards, by Rackham. Thick 4to, original gilt-pictorial

Lot: 88 - (RACKHAM, ARTHUR.) Hawthorne, Nathaniel. A Wonder

(RACKHAM, ARTHUR.) Hawthorne, Nathaniel. A Wonder Book. 24 tipped-in color plates with lettered tissue guards, head- and tail-pieces, and color illustrations, by Rackham. Large 4to, rebound in crushed cherry morocco decoratively stamped in gold, by

Lot: 89 - (RACKHAM, ARTHUR.) Irving, Washington. Rip Van

(RACKHAM, ARTHUR.) Irving, Washington. Rip Van Winkle: 50 Aquarelle. German text. 50 color plates tipped to numbered mattes. Text volume is 8vo, green wrappers; color plates loose as issued; both laid into publisher''s pictorial linen folding case,

Lot: 90 - (RACKHAM, ARTHUR.) Moore, Clement C. The Night

(RACKHAM, ARTHUR.) Moore, Clement C. The Night Before Christmas. Printing in red and black. 4 color plates by Rackham, as well as pink and white silhouette designs on endpapers, 17 black-and-white illustrations. Thin 8vo, publisher''s gilt-lettered

Lot: 91 - (RACKHAM, ARTHUR.) Shakespeare, William. A

(RACKHAM, ARTHUR.) Shakespeare, William. A Midsummer Night''s Dream. 40 tipped-in color plates by Rackham with lettered tissue guards; illustrations. 4to, rebound in crushed green morocco with gilt-decorated spine and a color reproduction of the

Lot: 92 - (RACKHAM, ARTHUR.) Shakespeare, William. A

(RACKHAM, ARTHUR.) Shakespeare, William. A Midsummer Night''s Dream. 40 tipped-in plates with lettered tissue guards, and decorations by Rackham. 8vo, publisher''s cream boards with grey floral design backed in gilt-lettered green cloth; top edges

Lot: 93 - (RACKHAM, ARTHUR.) Swift, Jonathan. Gulliver''s

(RACKHAM, ARTHUR.) Swift, Jonathan. Gulliver''s Travels. 13 tipped-in color plates by Rackham, with captions; numerous black-and-white illustrations. Thick 4to, gilt-pictorial white cloth, spine toned and a few soil marks to top of front cover,

Lot: 94 - (RACKHAM, ARTHUR.) Wagner, Richard. Rhinegold and

(RACKHAM, ARTHUR.) Wagner, Richard. Rhinegold and the Valkyrie * Siegfried and the Twilight of the Gods. Together, 2 English Trade Editions. 34 and 30 tipped-in color plates by Arthur Rackham with lettered tissue guards, respectively. 4to, uniformly

Lot: 95 - (REMINGTON, FREDERIC.) Longfellow, Henry

(REMINGTON, FREDERIC.) Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth. The Song of Hiawatha. Illustrated from designs by Remington including 22 photogravure plates with lettered tissue guards. 4to, original full decorated vellum gilt, spine faintly tanned with mild

Lot: 96 - RILKE, RAINER MARIA; and Lotte Pritzel. Puppen.

RILKE, RAINER MARIA; and Lotte Pritzel. Puppen. 16 hand-colored plates by Pritzel. 8vo, original cloth-backed patterned boards, gold spine lettering lightly rubbed with some loss; orange board slipcase with cover label. number 197 of 1200 copies.

Lot: 97 - SCHMIED, FRANÇOIS-LOUIS; and Joseph-Charles

SCHMIED, FRANÇOIS-LOUIS; and Joseph-Charles Mardrus. Le Paradis Musulman. 31 color woodblock illustrations on Japan paper, heightened in gold and silver, 8 of which are full-page and 5 of which are signed by Schmied, and numerous intricate

Lot: 98 - SHAHN, BEN / PAUL BONET. The Alphabet of Creation:

SHAHN, BEN / PAUL BONET. The Alphabet of Creation: An Ancient Legend from the Zohar. One original signed ink drawing of the letter daleth by shahn and illustrations throughout the text by him. 4to, rebound in an extraordinary binding by paul bonet

Lot: 99 - SIXTUS, ALBERT, and SÁNDOR BORTNYIK /

SIXTUS, ALBERT, and SÁNDOR BORTNYIK. Die Wunderfahrt. Color illustrated endpapers and 19 plates by Bortnyik. 8vo, green cloth with pictorial onlay; mild and faint dampstaining to very upper outer corners of contents; original dust jacket, toned

Lot: 100 - TIJTGAT, EDGARD. Carrousels et Baraques.

TIJTGAT, EDGARD. Carrousels et Baraques. 6 colored woodcut plates by Tijtgat [Tytgat] with text hand-set by Cyril Beaumont at his press, on handmade paper. Oblong 8vo, contents loose as issued in original cloth-backed pictorial boards with ties (one

Lot: 101 - (VAN DE VELDE, HENRY / HARRY KESSLER.) Nietzsche,

(VAN DE VELDE, HENRY / HARRY KESSLER.) Nietzsche, Friedrich. Also Sprach Zarathustra: Ein Buch für Alle und Keinen. Title-pages and ornamentation by van de Velde in burgundy, bronze, and black on ivory wove paper. Type by G. Lemmen printed under

Lot: 102 - VAN LOON, HENDRIK WILLEM. The History of the Arts.

VAN LOON, HENDRIK WILLEM. The History of the Arts. Lithograph endpapers used in his book The Arts, New York, 1929, depicting a chart showing important events in the history of art from the 13th-early 20th centuries. 482x520 mm; 19x21 1/2 inches,

Lot: 103 - VON BASSEWITZ, GERDT and JOHN JON-AND. Lille

VON BASSEWITZ, GERDT and JOHN JON-AND. Lille Petters resa till Manen. Swedish text translated from the German by Ellinor Goette. Illustrated by John Jon-and. 8vo, rebacked, retaining original pictorial covers. first swedish edition with the

Lot: 104 - (WARD, LYND.) Mann, Thomas. Nocturnes.

(WARD, LYND.) Mann, Thomas. Nocturnes. Lithographic illustrations by Lynd Ward. 8vo, pictorial blue cloth with silver spine label; slipcase. first limited edition. number 640 of 1000 copies signed by mann and ward. * Ward. Song Without Words.

Lot: 105 - (ARCHITECTURE.) Aquaroni, A. Ponti Antichi.

(ARCHITECTURE.) Aquaroni, A. Ponti Antichi. Engraved title and 13 engravings depicting the eight ancient bridges across the Tiber and Aniene rivers in Rome, 295x350 mm; 11x13 3/4 inches, on sheets measuring 424x610 mm; 16 5/8x 24 inches. Folio,

Lot: 106 - (ARCHITECTURE.) Aquino, Carolo De. Vocabularium

(ARCHITECTURE.) Aquino, Carolo De. Vocabularium Architecturae. [8], 217, [35] pages. Engraved historiated initials, title vignette, two indexes, and errata. 4to, cream stiff wrappers with two leather bands, manuscript title in early hand on spine;

Lot: 107 - (ARCHITECTURE.) Biddle, Owen. Biddle''s Young

(ARCHITECTURE.) Biddle, Owen. Biddle''s Young Carpenter''s Assistant . . . Adapted to the Style of Building in the United States. Revised and Corrected . . . by John Haviland. 64 engraved plates including folding plates of the frame of the

Lot: 108 - (ARCHITECTURE.) Chambers, William, Sir. A

(ARCHITECTURE.) Chambers, William, Sir. A Dissertation on Oriental Gardening. [4], 94, [1] pages, including engraved title and dedication leaf, and errata leaf at end. 4to, 294x230 mm, contemporary red morocco gilt, top of spine chipped, lettering

Lot: 109 - (ARCHITECTURE.) Lauro, Giacomo. Splendore

(ARCHITECTURE.) Lauro, Giacomo. Splendore dell''Antica Roma. Text in Latin, Italian, French and German. 126 engraved plates and three engraved title-pages dated 1625, 1612, and 1613. Oblong 4to, 280x210 mm; 8 1/4x11 inches, modern speckled calf

Lot: 110 - (ARCHITECTURE.) Revett, Nicholas, Richard

(ARCHITECTURE.) Revett, Nicholas, Richard Chandler, William Pars. Ionian Antiquities published by Order of The Society of Dilettanti. 8 engraved head- & tail-pieces and 28 engraved plates of Greek ruins of Anatolia. Folio, 18th century calf-backed

Lot: 111 - (ARCHITECTURE / ANTIQUITY.) Sadler, Egidio.

(ARCHITECTURE / ANTIQUITY.) Sadler, Egidio. Vestigi delle antichità di Roma Tivoli Pozzuolo. Engraved allegorical title and 49 [of 50] engraved plates of classical antiquity, with descriptive captions in Italian; lacks dedication to Johann

Lot: 112 - (ARCHITECTURE.) Schmohl et al. Moderne

(ARCHITECTURE.) Schmohl et al. Moderne Bauschreiner-Arbeiten. Neue Vorlagen für die Praxis des Bautischlers. 12 fascicles containing 96 plates and 23 illustrations, many featuring detailed Art Nouveau designs and plans. 8vo, contents loose as

Lot: 113 - (ARCHITECTURE / CONNECTICUT.) Stilson, William W.

(ARCHITECTURE / CONNECTICUT.) Stilson, William W. Designs and Specifications for Shingle-Sydes, Litchfield County, Connecticut. William Walworth Stilson, Architect [cover title]. Hand-calligraphed title, 16 sheets of watercolor and ink architectural

Lot: 114 - (ARCHITECTURE.) Wood, Robert and James Dawkins.

(ARCHITECTURE.) Wood, Robert and James Dawkins. Les Ruines de Palmyre autrement dite Tedmor, au Désert. 57 engraved plates, including a folding plate of Palmyra, plus 3 tables. Folio, 525x340 mm; 20 3/4x13 3/8 inches, rebacked in 20th-century

Lot: 115 - (ARCHITECTURE.) Wright, Frank Lloyd. Buildings,

(ARCHITECTURE.) Wright, Frank Lloyd. Buildings, Plans, and Designs. With 100 plates after architectural designs by Wright. Folio; contents loose as issued with text booklet including plate list, in publisher''s printed cloth portfolio. number 402a

Lot: 116 - (ARCHITECTURE.) Wright, Frank Lloyd. Taliesin

(ARCHITECTURE.) Wright, Frank Lloyd. Taliesin Fellowship Publication Volume 1, number 1 * Application for Fellowship. Printed in red and black. Numerous photographic plates and articles about Broadacre City, the futuristic city that was exhibited

Lot: 117 - (ARCHITECTURE.) Zanotto, François.

(ARCHITECTURE.) Zanotto, François. Édifices et Monuments Remarquables de Venise. 2 volumes in 1. 259 plates by Cicognara, Diedo, and Selva, comprising a near complete study of Venetian buildings, with elevations, and decoration. Thick

Lot: 118 - ACCARDI, CARLA / ABSTRACT ART. Quattro Incisioni.

ACCARDI, CARLA. Quattro Incisioni. Printed in red and black. Four color lithographs, (the first signed and noted "5/5 epreuve d''artiste") with Italian text by Michel Tapiè printed in red on folded folio sheets measuring 492x710 mm; 19/8x28

Lot: 119 - (AFRICAN ART / SOUTH AFRICA.) Chaffin, Alain and

(AFRICAN ART / SOUTH AFRICA.) Chaffin, Alain and Françoise. L''Art Kota: Les Figures de Reliquaire. French and English text. Photographic reproductions of 205 pieces with catalogue entries (some in color), plates of drawings, maps, and photos

Lot: 120 - (AFRICAN ART / SOUTH AFRICA.) STERN, IRMA. Congo.

(AFRICAN ART / SOUTH AFRICA.) STERN, IRMA. Congo. 24 tipped-in black-and-white reproductions and 15 additional illustrated initial letters, illustrations, or full-page reproductions, by Stern. 4to, 1/2 grass cloth over slubbed linen, stamped in

Lot: 121 - ALBERS, JOSEF. The Interaction of Color.

ALBERS, JOSEF. The Interaction of Color. 80 color screenprints. 330x255 mm; 12 7/8x9 3/4 inches (sheets), full margins, laid into individual folders. Folio, plates and accompanying booklet laid into brown cloth folding box, usual cloth fraying at

Lot: 122 - (ARTISTS'' MAGAZINES.) Brunelleschi, Umberto;

(ARTISTS'' MAGAZINES.) Brunelleschi, Umberto; editor. La Guirlande. Album mensuel d''Art et de Littérature. 11 issues bound in 3 [complete]. 407 plates of which 57 are full color pochoirs colored by Saudé, many by Brunelleschi, and

Lot: 123 - (ARTISTS'' MAGAZINES.) Derrière Le Miroir.

(ARTISTS'' MAGAZINES.) Derrière Le Miroir. Dix Ans d''Édition 1946-1956. Lithographed plates by Chagall, Miró, and Bazaine; etched plates by Miró and Giacometti; woodcut design on wrappers by Ubac. Folio, wrappers; original

Lot: 124 - (ARTISTS'' MAGAZINES.) Haas-Heye, Otto; publisher.

(ARTISTS'' MAGAZINES.) Haas-Heye, Otto; publisher. Zeit-Echo: Ein Kriegs-Tagebuch der Künstler. Contains literary contributions and lithographs by Ernst Barlach, Lyonel Feininger, Fritz Huf, Alfred Kubin, Alfred Kerr, Friedrich Feigl, Georg

Lot: 125 - (ARTISTS'' MAGAZINES.) Hansen, Anton; editor.

(ARTISTS'' MAGAZINES.) Hansen, Anton; editor. Social Kunst 1-8 only (of 9; lacking Grosz issue). Illustrated throughout. Comprising #1: Aksel Jorgensen; #2: Anton Hansen; #3: Käthe Kollwitz; #4: Drawings from the U.S.A.; #5: Robert Storm

Lot: 126 - (ARTISTS'' MAGAZINES.) Johnson, Phyllis; et al.

(ARTISTS'' MAGAZINES.) Johnson, Phyllis; et al. Aspen 5/6 and 7. Together, 2 issues. Numerous loose works and multiples (see note). Issue 5/6 lacks Donald Judd cut-out but contains the scarce reel-to-reel film included only in subscription issues

Lot: 127 - (ARTISTS'' MAGAZINES / CONCEPTUAL ART.) Lippert,

(ARTISTS'' MAGAZINES / CONCEPTUAL ART.) Lippert, Walter; editor. Extra: Ein Kunstmagazin - An Art Magazine. Complete run of 5 issues. Literary and artistic contributions by Hans Haacke (Manet-Projek), Daniel Buren, Sol LeWitt, Hanne Darboven, Lynda

Lot: 128 - (ARTISTS'' MAGAZINES.) Méndez, Leopoldo.

(ARTISTS'' MAGAZINES.) Méndez, Leopoldo. Horizonte. Vol 1, Nos 1-4, 6-10. Together, 9 issues (of 10). Edited by Leopoldo Méndez and Ramón Alva de la Canal. With the rare supplements in volumes 2, 4 (containing 2 supplements), 6 and

Lot: 129 - (ARTISTS'' MAGAZINES.) Ozenfant, Amédée;

(ARTISTS'' MAGAZINES.) Ozenfant, Amédée; editor. L''Élan. Volumes 1-6; 7-9 (of 10). Literary contributions by Ozenfant, Fort, Apollinaire, Lhote, Canudo, Jacob, Gide, Reverdy, Magre, etc. Illustrations, some in color and pochoir (by

Lot: 130 - (ARTISTS'' MAGAZINES / COMICS.) Spiegelman, Art

(ARTISTS'' MAGAZINES / COMICS.) Spiegelman, Art and Françoise Mouly. Raw. Volume 1, Number 1 - Number 8 (complete). Illustrated throughout by Spiegelman, Charles Burns, Sue Coe, Robert Crumb, Jerry Moriarty, Elwood Smith, and a host of others;

Lot: 131 - (ARTISTS'' MAGAZINES.) Verve. Volume 1, numbers 2,

(ARTISTS'' MAGAZINES.) Verve. Volume 1, numbers 2, 3, and 4. Lithographed plates by Chagall, Klee, Miró (The Four Elements), Klee, Derain, Kandinsky, Masson, Matisse (The Dance), and The Four Seasons by Chagall, Miró, Rattner, and Klee;

Lot: 132 - (ARTISTS'' MAGAZINES.) Verve. Mixed group of 27

(ARTISTS'' MAGAZINES.) Verve. Mixed group of 27 volumes from the first issues in the 1930s through the 1950s, includes duplicates. Color lithographs and other reproductions by Chagall, Miró, Kandinsky, Leger, Picasso, Matisse, Braque, Derain,

Lot: 133 - (ARTISTS'' MAGAZINES.) Vingtième Siècle

(ARTISTS'' MAGAZINES.) Vingtième Siècle (XXe Siècle). First Series, Numbers 1-6 [complete in 5 volumes]. Over 15 lithographs, linocuts, woodcuts, and engravings by Matisse, Kandinsky, Miró, Arp, Duchamp, Ernst, Pascin, Zadkine,

Lot: 134 - (ARTISTS'' MAGAZINES.) Vingtième Siècle

(ARTISTS'' MAGAZINES.) Vingtième Siècle (XXe Siècle). Mixed group of 59 issues. Lithographed plates and reproductions by Arp, Braque, Chagall, Delaunay, De Stael, Dubuffet, Ernst, Giacometti, Indiana, Johns, Kandinsky, Lam, Laurens,

Lot: 135 - (ARTISTS'' MANUAL / DARTMOUTH.) Two

(ARTISTS'' MANUAL / DARTMOUTH.) Two late-19th-century student drawing books by a James A. Howe of Dartmouth College. "Mechanical Drawing" * "Free Drawing." Both volumes 4to, 1/4 calf gilt over boards and with calligraphed title-pages. The first

Lot: 136 - (ARTISTS'' MANUALS.) Bartoli, Pietro Santi and

(ARTISTS'' MANUALS.) Bartoli, Pietro Santi and Giovanni Pietro Bellori. Le Antiche Lucerne sepolcrali figurate. Three parts in one. Engraved titles in each part, 116 engraved plates. Folio, 20th-century spotted calf, spine stamped in gold with red

Lot: 137 - (ARTISTS'' MANUALS.) Piazzetta, Giambatista

(ARTISTS'' MANUALS.) Piazzetta, Giambatista [Giovanni Battista]. Studi di Pittura gia dissegnati da . . . Piazzetta ed con ora l''intalgio di Marco Pitteri. Title-page printed in red and black with engraved vignette; engraved portrait frontispiece

Lot: 138 - (ARTISTS'' MANUAL.) Piazzetta, Giambatista

(ARTISTS'' MANUAL.) Piazzetta, Giambatista [Giovanni Battista] (after) Manuscript copy of Facillima methodus delineandi omnes humani corporis partes [1760]. An original Italian manuscript with detailed title-page, 23 original drawings of nude males,

Lot: 139 - (BAKST, LÉON.) Arsène, Alexandre. L''Art

(BAKST, LÉON.) Arsène, Alexandre. L''Art Decorative de Léon Bakst. Printed in orange and black. Notes by Jean Cocteau. Portrait frontispiece and 77 mounted plates including 50 color and 27 plain. Folio, publisher''s 3/4 vellum gilt

Lot: 140 - (BAKST, LÉON.) Levinsohn, André.

(BAKST, LÉON.) Levinsohn, André. Léon Bakst. German text. 68 mounted color plates by Bakst with lettered tissue guards; numerous black-and-white and color plates throughout text. Folio, gilt-stamped vellum, worn; contents and plates

Lot: 141 - BELLOWS, GEORGE. The New Society Dinner of 1923.

BELLOWS, GEORGE. The New Society Dinner of 1923. Seat card for Jerome Myers. 297x205 mm; 11 3/4x8 inches, sheet. Initialed in the plate, lower left; Myers''s name written in black ink in another hand; soft crease in left side of image, some toning

Lot: 142 - BEMELMANS, LUDWIG. Horse and Cart on the Brooklyn

BEMELMANS, LUDWIG. Horse and Cart on the Brooklyn Bridge. Color lithograph. 737x433 mm; 29x21 inches, sheet, full margins, signed in pencil, lower right. Some faint matte burn, one short clean tear to right outer margin. [New York, 1950]

Lot: 143 - BOSSCHÈRE, JEAN DE / FORTUNE PRESS. The World

BOSSCHÈRE, JEAN DE. The World of Jean de Bosschère. one color etching, signed and numbered,woodcut self-portrait, and numerous black-and-white, tinted, and photographic illustrations. 8vo, gilt-lettered vellum over white cloth. number 89

Lot: 144 - BRULLER, JEAN. Hypothèses sur les Amateurs de

BRULLER, JEAN. Hypothèses sur les Amateurs de Peinture a l''État Latent. 16 hand-colored lithographs printed by Mourlot. 4to, plum morocco gilt-backed purple cloth. number 120 of 175 copies on arches of this charming work depicting

Lot: 145 - BURNE-JONES, EDWARD COLLEY (after.) The Flower

BURNE-JONES, EDWARD COLLEY (after.) The Flower Book. 31 ( of 38) color reproductions of Burne-Jones''s watercolors, each printed on folding folio sheet with captions inside, mounted to bordered window mattes, variously toned, a few with visible

Lot: 146 - (CALDER, ALEXANDER.) Jacques Dupin. Fits and

(CALDER, ALEXANDER.) Jacques Dupin. Fits and Starts: Selected Poems. Translated by Paul Auster. one original color lithograph signed and numbered 64/100 by calder, in pencil. Lithograph measures 279x222 mm; 11x8 3/4 inches and is bound in as

Lot: 147 - CHAGALL, MARC. Dessins pour la Bible.

CHAGALL, MARC. Dessins pour la Bible. French text. 24 color lithographs and 96 black-and-white illustrations by Chagall. Folio, pictorial boards by Chagall, extremities a bit scuffed; internally fine. French Edition of Verve Volume 10, number 37/38.

Lot: 148 - (CHAGALL, MARC.) Lassaigne, Jacques. Dessins et

(CHAGALL, MARC.) Lassaigne, Jacques. Dessins et Aquarelles pour Le Ballet. Lithographed frontispiece and 68 color plates. Folio, gilt-lettered cloth; dust jacket, minor edgewear; slipcase, faded, and with writing on one side. signed and dated "st.

Lot: 149 - CHAGALL, MARC. The Jerusalem Windows.

CHAGALL, MARC. The Jerusalem Windows. Text by Jean Leymarie. Two lithographed plates by Chagall based on his designs of the stained glass windows of the synagogue at Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center in Jerusalem. 4to, cloth, a bit faded;

Lot: 150 - CHAGALL, MARC. The Lithographs. Volumes 1-3 (of

CHAGALL, MARC. The Lithographs. Volumes 1-3 (of 6). English text. 23 lithographed plates by Chagall (11 each in Vols 1 and 2; frontispiece only in Vol. 3); numerous reproductions. 4to, cloth; lithographed dust jackets, light edgewear and toning to

Lot: 151 - (CHINESE ART / DESIGN.) Fung, H. K. The Shop Signs

(CHINESE ART / DESIGN.) Fung, H. K. The Shop Signs of Peking. 101 hand-colored illustrations of shopkeepers'' signs advertising various trades, with silver and gold highlighting, each with Chinese and English captions, on 18 leaves. Small oblong

Lot: 152 - (CHINESE ART /PORCELAIN.) Yüan-Pien, Hsiang.

(CHINESE ART.) Yüan-Pien, Hsiang. Noted Porcelains of Successive Dynasties. Revised and annotated by Kuo Pao-Ch''ang and John C. Ferguson. Japanese and English text. 83 color plates on China paper. Folio, gilt-stamped string-bound yellow mustard

Lot: 153 - (CHINESE ART.) Paintings by Madame Chiang

(CHINESE ART.) Paintings by Madame Chiang Kai-Shek. Volume 1. Chinese and English text. 32 reproductions of her paintings. Folio, Chinese sewn cloth wrappers with paper cover label; folding portfolio with faux bone clasps, some light dampstaining.

Lot: 154 - (CHINESE ART.) Sirén, Osvald. Early Chinese

(CHINESE ART.) Sirén, Osvald. Early Chinese Paintings from the A. W. Bahr Collection. 25 tipped-in plates, several in color. Tall 4to, gilt-lettered cloth, very mild surface rubbing, slightly cocked, else near fine. first edition. one of 750

Lot: 155 - (CHINESE ART.) Three Hundred Masterpieces of

(CHINESE ART.) Three Hundred Masterpieces of Chinese Painting in the Palace Museum. 6 volumes in 2 portfolios. Chinese and English text. Hundreds of tipped-in color plates and printed collotypes from the former Imperial Palace of the Ch''ing

Lot: 156 - CLEMENTE, FRANCESCO. Francesco Clemente:

CLEMENTE, FRANCESCO. Francesco Clemente: Watercolours. Text by Rainer Crone in German and English. 24 reproductions. Oblong small folio, gilt-pictorial orange cloth; few separations between gatherings. signed and numbered xli / c by clemente from

Lot: 157 - COCTEAU, JEAN and LÉOPOLD SURVAGE.

COCTEAU, JEAN and LÉOPOLD SURVAGE. Pégase. 10 engravings by Survage. 444x343 mm; 17 1/2x13 1/2 inches (sheets), full margins. Folio, contents loose as issued in pictorial wrappers, lightly toned and spotted; light marginal foxing, plates

Lot: 158 - COCTEAU, JEAN; and DE CHIRICO, GIORGIO.

COCTEAU, JEAN; and DE CHIRICO, GIORGIO. Mythologie. 10 lithographs signed by de chirico and numbered in pencil, lower margins. 11x8 inches; 280x220mm, sheets. 4to, contents loose as issued in original printed 1/4 plain cream board folder with cloth

Lot: 159 - (COLLECTIONS.) Vanderbilt, Cornelius. Mr.

(COLLECTIONS.) Vanderbilt, Cornelius. Mr. Vanderbilt''s House and Collection. 2 volumes: The House and Paintings * Water-Colors. Text by Edward Strahan. Over 150 photogravures, chromolithographs, photochromes, and engraved plates, with captioned

Lot: 160 - COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION / BANCROFT, HUBERT HOWE.

COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION / BANCROFT, HUBERT HOWE. Achievements of Civilization. The Book of Wealth. Wealth in Relation to Material and Intellectual Progress and Achievement. 10 volumes. Photographic illustrations and reproductions. Large folio, 550x425

Lot: 161 - (COSTUME.) Shaw, Henry. Dresses and Decorations of

(COSTUME.) Shaw, Henry. Dresses and Decorations of the Middle Ages. 2 volumes. 94 color printed plates showing English and European kings and queens, their clothing and objects, as well as clerical and related scenes, some finished by hand and

Lot: 162 - (COSTUME.) Stuart, John Sobieski Stolberg &

(COSTUME.) Stuart, John Sobieski Stolberg & Stuart, Charles Edward. The Costume of the Clans. Chromolithographed title and 36 plates, with varying degrees of hand coloring. Large folio, publisher''s red cloth with black spine reinforced at an early

Lot: 163 - (DALÍ, SALVADOR.) Carroll, Lewis. Alice''s

(DALÍ, SALVADOR.) Carroll, Lewis. Alice''s Adventures in Wonderland. Etched colored frontispiece and 12 color heliogravures printed with remarques by Dalí. Folio, contents loose as issued in publisher''s gilt-lettered cloth chemise;

Lot: 164 - (DALÍ, SALVADOR.) Dalí: A Study of his

(DALÍ, SALVADOR.) Dalí: A Study of his Art-in-Jewels: The Collection of the Owen Cheatham Foundation. Edited by Lida Livingston. 28 tipped-in photographic color plates by Philip Roedel with captions by Dalí. 4to, gilt-lettered black

Lot: 165 - DESIGN / DELAUNAY, SONIA. Compositions Couleurs

DELAUNAY, SONIA. Compositions Couleurs Idées. 40 pochoir plates for textiles, wallpapers, and other decorative uses. 4to, contents loose as issued in publisher''s cloth-backed board portfolio with ties, soiled and worn; ex-library copy: plates

Lot: 166 - (DESIGN.) Benedictus, [Édouard]. Relais 1930.

(DESIGN.) Benedictus, [Édouard]. Relais 1930. 15 vivid pochoir plates printed by Jean Saudé, featuring 42 graphic designs, 478x375mm; 14 3/4x18 3/4 inches, sheets, full margins. Folio, title, text leaf by Yvanhoe Rambosson and plates loose

Lot: 167 - (DESIGN.) Bo, Lina; and Carlo Pagani; editors.

(DESIGN.) Bo, Lina; and Carlo Pagani; editors. Quaderni di Domus. Group of 6 volumes. (1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 9). Numerous photographic plates of mid-century modern interiors. Thin 4to, original plain wrappers with photographic dust jackets, moderate wear

Lot: 168 - (DESIGN.) Cohen, Arthur; editor. The Avant-Garde

(DESIGN.) Cohen, Arthur; editor. The Avant-Garde in Print. 5 volumes: Futurism * Lissitzky * Dada,* Typography/Master Designers in Print #1 & #2. Hundreds of photographic plates and reproductions on single square folio sheets. Folio, contents

Lot: 169 - (DESIGN.) Ephemera. Collection of 40 Swiss mono

(DESIGN.) Collection of 40 Swiss mono cards. Graphic illustrations advertising Swiss products and everyday scenes on rectos, with printing on versos. Illustrators include Richard Schaupp, Christoph Conradin, August Schmid, Victor Baumgartner, Fritz

Lot: 170 - (DESIGN.) Gillet, Henri. Nouvelles Fantaisies

(DESIGN.) Gillet, Henri. Nouvelles Fantaisies Decoratives. 20 plates displaying 36 compositions in brilliant colors and gold. Tall folio, 445x330 mm; 17 1/2x13 inches, contents loose as issued in pictorial board folder, soiled, lacks ties; marginal

Lot: 171 - (DESIGN.) FRÖBEL, WILHELM A. (after) /

(DESIGN.) FRÖBEL, WILHELM A. (after) / PEDAGOGICAL ART. Classroom workbook for Fröbel''s "System of Gifts." Double accordion-folded book containing 90 pages of needlework, pin dot, paper shape & weaving quilting, color theory, and

Lot: 172 - (DESIGN.) Koch, Alexander. Einzelmöbel und

(DESIGN.) Koch, Alexander. Einzelmöbel und Neuzeitliche Raumkunst. One color rendering of a sketch and 183 pages containing photographic plates of various furniture and case goods by European designers including Hans Buser, Ruth Hildegard, Fritz

Lot: 173 - (DESIGN.) Le Corbusier (Charles-Édouard

(DESIGN.) Le Corbusier (Charles-Édouard Jeanneret). Die Farbenklaviaturen von Le Corbusier. 62 wallpaper samples, 12 leaves with stenciled color range scales, two paper templates, based on his principles of "color concepts" (complete).

Lot: 174 - (DESIGN / FASHION.) Lopez, Antonio. Antonio''s

(DESIGN / FASHION.) Lopez, Antonio. Antonio''s View of the 1979 Coty American Fashion Critics Award Winners and Nominees. 14 lithographed portraits of fashion designers by Antonio with accompanying biographies on separate sheets of mottled ochre

Lot: 175 - (DESIGN.) Maes, Karel. Group of 3 linocut proofs.

(DESIGN.) Maes, Karel. Group of 3 linocut proofs. Proof for composition published in Het Overzicht: 296x260 mm; 11 3/4x10 1/4 inches, initialed and dated 1922 in pencil and signed in plate * Untitled composition on pink paper, 279x223 mm; 11x8 3/4

Lot: 176 - (DESIGN.) Matet, M. M. Tapies Modernes.

(DESIGN.) Matet, M. M. Tapies Modernes. 40 sheets, most containing two color pochoirs of Art Deco carpet designs by such artists as Boberman, Benedictus, Marcoussis, Picasso, Lurçat, Gontcharova, Léger and others, colored by Saudé

Lot: 177 - (DESIGN.) Moholy-Nagy, László. Group of

(DESIGN.) Moholy-Nagy, László. Group of 5 postcards for exhibitions at Der Sturm gallery. 4 printed in red on white, one printed in black on light blue. 102x165 mm; 4x6 1/4 inches. Light finger soiling, two with ink notations (gallery

Lot: 178 - (DESIGN.) Moholy-Nagy, László.

(DESIGN.) Moholy-Nagy, László. Composition [for Het Overzicht.] Linocut proof. 150x150 mm; 5 7/8x5 7/8 inches on an 11 3/4x10-inch sheet, signed in pencil, lower right. Np, [1924]

Lot: 179 - (DESIGN.) Peeters, Joszef. 2 untitled Linocuts.

(DESIGN.) Peeters, Joszef. 2 untitled Linocuts. Linocut proof for the Belgian periodical "Ruimte" ("Space"), 1920, on orange paper, 295x273 mm; 11 3/4x10 3/4 inches, signed with artist''s monogram in pencil and stamp of Emile Maeyens in lower

Lot: 180 - (DESIGN.) Péri, László. Group of 4

(DESIGN.) Péri, László. Group of 4 linocuts from his Space Construction series. 2 different designs on 4 papers. Space Construction #8. 2 linocut proofs. 325x270 mm; 12 3/4x10 5/8 inches, faint creasing. One on copper metallic

Lot: 181 - (DESIGN / POSTERS.) Posters of the Russian

(DESIGN / POSTERS.) Posters of the Russian Revolution 1917-1929 from the Lenin Library Moscow. 40 posters (complete) measuring 686x483 mm; 27x19 inches, photographed at the Lenin Library in Moscow in 1966 by Italian photographer Caio Garruba and

Lot: 182 - (DESIGN.) Sutnar, Ladislav. Package Design: The

(DESIGN.) Sutnar, Ladislav. Package Design: The Force of Visual Selling. Illustrated throughout with black-and-white photographic illustrations; layout by Sutnar. Oblong 4to, boards of 1/4 silver cloth over orange stamped grid pattern with

Lot: 183 - (DESIGN.) Teige, Karel. Group of 15 volumes with

(DESIGN / CZECH MODERNIST AVANT-GARDE.) Teige, Karel. Group of 15 volumes with designs by Teige. Mostly novels and poetry by Vitezslav Nezval, Karel Schulz, Vladislav Vancura, two volumes of MSA (Moderni Architektura), and others. Illustrated with

Lot: 184 - (DESIGN.) Milwaukee WPA Handicraft Project.

(DESIGN.) Milwaukee WPA Handicraft Project. Applied Design: Block Printed Textiles. 6 volumes. 73 vibrantly colored woodcut prints on linen, taped on heavy card stock with paper frame overlays, includes multiples. First three volumes, 457x355 mm,

Lot: 185 - DINE, JIM. Glyptotek.

DINE, JIM. Glyptotek. 40 intaglio prints from copper plates by Dine, plus one title-page print. Preface by Dine with a poem by him after Sappho. Letterpress by Alan Kitching (Omnific, London). Elephant folio, 680x530 mm; 26 3/4x21 inches (sheets),

Lot: 186 - DUBUFFET, JEAN. La Fleur de Barbe.

DUBUFFET, JEAN. La Fleur de Barbe. 5 black-and-white plates by Dubuffet, 490x320 mm; 19 1/4x12 5/8 inches (sheets). Folio, original printed paper wrappers; glassine dust jacket; original board box, sides worn; book near fine. number 355 of 500 copies

Lot: 187 - DUNCAN, RAYMOND; and MARCEL ROUX. Gestes.

DUNCAN, RAYMOND; and MARCEL ROUX. Gestes. Color wood engravings by Marcel Roux comprising cover illustration, 15 plates, and text with color added to select letters. 4to, original sewn wood-engraved wrappers, corners creased, few minor short clean

Lot: 188 - GOETZ, HENRI.; and GUILLÉN, J. Nocturnos e

GOETZ, HENRI.; and GUILLÉN, J. Nocturnos e altre poesie. 4 aquatints by Goetz (including 2 in color), each signed and numbered; 381x280 mm; 15x11 inches, sheets. Folio, contents loose as issued in thick blind-stamped wrappers; tan cloth folder

Lot: 189 - (GRANT, DUNCAN / HOGARTH PRESS.) Fry, Roger.

(GRANT, DUNCAN / HOGARTH PRESS.) Fry, Roger. Duncan Grant. Introduction by Fry. 24 black-and-white reproductions. 4to, 1/4 cloth over boards with pictorial cover by Grant, toned, scattered soiling and spine label browned; lacks dust jacket.

Lot: 190 - HAYTER, STANLEY WILLIAM; and SAMUEL BECKETT.

HAYTER, STANLEY WILLIAM; and SAMUEL BECKETT. Still. 3 color aquatints by Hayter, each signed and numbered 16/133, measuring 305x216 mm; 12x8 1/2 inches on 15x11-inch sheets; additional suite of the plates in black and grey, signed and numbered 16/30,

Lot: 191 - HELD, JR., JOHN. Group of 12 woodcuts.

HELD, JR., JOHN. Group of 12 woodcuts. Most published in The New Yorker. On paper of varying thickness, laid loose in plain paper folder. Approximately 230x330 mm; 9x13 inches, image. Edgewear with occasional mild soiling or spotting, one duplicate.

Lot: 192 - HOCKNEY, DAVID. Hockney''s Alphabet.

HOCKNEY, DAVID. Hockney''s Alphabet. Edited by Stephen Spender. Each letter of the alphabet illustrated by Hockney with descriptive prose by writers. 4to, gilt-lettered vellum-backed blue boards; publisher''s slipcase. London: Faber and Faber, [1991]

Lot: 193 - (JAPANESE ART.) Late-19th Century album.

(JAPANESE ART.) Late-19th Century album. 136 images (105x170 mm; 4 1/8x6 5/8 inches) printed on 7 1/2x10 3/4-inch tissue paper (some with hand-applied details), corner-tipped recto and verso on Dutch paper mounts, each hand-captioned in ink. Oblong

Lot: 194 - KANDINSKY, WASILY. Regards sur le Passé.

KANDINSKY, WASILY. Regards sur le Passé. 10 woodcuts, including 5 in color, on Arches, plus an additional suite on Japon Nacré laid in rear. Folio, contents loose as issued in printed wrappers; publisher''s teal cloth clamshell box.

Lot: 195 - KANDINSKY, WASILY. 2 woodcut proofs from Les

KANDINSKY, WASILY. 2 woodcut proofs from Les Tendances Nouvelles. 2 images printed on a single sheet measuring 384x260mm; 15 1/4x10 3/4 inches. Stamped E. M. M and marked "epreuve" in lower margin, lightly foxed. Provenance: Alexis

Lot: 196 - (KLIMT, GUSTAV / VIENNA SECESSION.) Ver Sacrum. 12

(KLIMT, GUSTAV / VIENNA SECESSION.) Ver Sacrum. 12 issues (including Sonderheft) for 1898. Lithographs, color and black-and-white plates, and illustrations by Gustav Klimt, Koloman Moser, Josef Hoffmann, Max Liebermann, Alfred Roller, and numerous

Lot: 197 - KLIMT, GUSTAV. Das Werk von Gustav Klimt.

KLIMT, GUSTAV. Das Werk von Gustav Klimt. Text by Hermann Bahr and Peter Altenberg. 50 richly printed collotype plates including 10 printed in color and heightened in gold and silver, all with specially designed unique intaglio signets printed in

Lot: 198 - (KOKOSCHKA, OSKAR.) Siebert, J. G. The War as Seen

(KOKOSCHKA, OSKAR.) Siebert, J. G. The War as Seen By Children. Introduction by Siebert and transcription of a speech by Kokoschka. 20 photographic illustrations of artwork by refugee children. Thin 8vo, original illustrated stapled wrappers,

Lot: 199 - LE CORBUSIER (Charles-Édouard

LE CORBUSIER (Charles-Édouard Jeanneret-Gris). Entre-Deux ou propos toujours reliés. Printed in various colors. 17 lithographs. 430x355 mm; 17x14 inches (sheets), full margins. Folio, contents loose as issued in original pictorial

Lot: 200 - LE CORBUSIER (Charles-Édouard

LE CORBUSIER (Charles-Édouard Jeanneret-Gris). La mer est toujours présente. 10 black and white lithographs. 560x490 mm; 22x19 1/4 inches (sheets), full margins as issued, plus duplicate impression of plates number two and eight: "Bonsoir"

Lot: 201 - (LETTRISM.) SPACAGNA, JACQUES. The Darrelly Song.

(LETTRISM.) SPACAGNA, JACQUES. The Darrelly Song. 5 mixed media compositions on Japon Nacré; in-text illustrations, hand-calligraphed text by Spacagna. Folio, specially bound in full morocco with color onlays; original cover with a further

Lot: 202 - (LÉGER, FERNAND.) Cooper, Douglas. Fernand

(LÉGER, FERNAND.) Cooper, Douglas. Fernand Léger Dessins de Guerre 1915-1916. 44 reproductions by Léger (one in color and 43 monochrome) printed by Daniel Jacomet. Essay by Blaise Cendrars (La Grande Copine). 4to, contents loose as

Lot: 203 - LYALL, MARY MILLS; and EARL HARVEY LYALL. The

LYALL, MARY MILLS; and EARL HARVEY LYALL. The Cubies'' ABC. 7 line drawings and 29 color plates including title-page, dedication, and end-page, with color borders, all by Earl Harvey Lyall to accompany rhyming verse on facing page by Mary Mills

Lot: 204 - MAN RAY. Alphabet pour Adultes.

MAN RAY. Alphabet pour Adultes. 36 lithographed plates by Man Ray on Arches, plus an original rayograph on wood veneer, numbered 118/150 and signed by man ray, in pencil, lower margin, laid in, 381x267 mm; 15x11 1/2 inches. Folio, contents loose as

Lot: 205 - MATISSE, HENRI. Cinquante Dessins.

MATISSE, HENRI. Cinquante Dessins. Frontispiece etching on chine collé, signed by matisse in ink, lower right ("Mlle M.M.," Duthuit Books 2), 323x250 mm; 12 3/4x9 inches (sheet), full margins; 50 reproductions,with numbered tissue guards. Small

Lot: 206 - (MATTA, ROBERTO SEBASTIÁN.) Jarry, Alfred.

(MATTA, ROBERTO SEBASTIÁN.) Jarry, Alfred. Ubu Roi. 8 color etchings signed and numbered "ea 18/30" by Matta, one folding cut-out plate, and numerous illustrations throughout the text. 403x251 mm; 15 7/8x9 inches (sheets), full margins. Folio,

Lot: 207 - MATTA, ROBERTO SEBASTIÁN; and

MATTA, ROBERTO SEBASTIÁN; and FARDOULIS-LAGRANGE, MICHEL. Les Voix. 10 color etchings by Matta, with an extra suite printed on Auvergne paper, each signed and numbered 24/24 by matta, 325x252 mm; 12 7/8x9 7/8 inches, sheets, full margins. Folio,

Lot: 208 - MIRÓ, JOAN. Je Travaille Comme un Jardinier.

MIRÓ, JOAN. Je Travaille Comme un Jardinier. 7 hors-texte color lithographs and lithographed text illustrations by Joan Miró. 60, [5] pages. Folio, 406x330 mm; 16x13 inches, contents loose as issued in original lithographed wrappers and

Lot: 209 - (MIRÓ, JOAN.) Llausas, A. López; editor.

(MIRÓ, JOAN.) Llausas, A. López; editor. D''Aci i d''Alla. Vol. XXII, No. 179. One color pochoir plate by Joan Miró ("Figures davant el mar"), printed in yellow, red, and black, soft creases to top and bottom, one repair to chipped

Lot: 210 - MIRÓ, JOAN. Miró Engravings.

MIRÓ, JOAN. Miró Engravings. Volumes 1-IV (complete). Edited by Daniel Lelong. 10 color engravings and numerous reproductions of the artist''s graphic work from 1928-83. Volumes I and II are the English Editions; III and IV are in French.

Lot: 211 - MIRÓ, JOAN. Miró Lithographs I-IV

MIRÓ, JOAN. Miró Lithographs I-IV (complete). 32 lithographs by Miró printed by Mourlot plus hundreds of color plates and other illustrations and full catalogue entries. 4to, original cloth; dust jackets. English language issues.

Lot: 212 - MIRÓ, JOAN. Group of 4 Limited Editions

MIRÓ, JOAN. Group of 4 Limited Editions published by the Pierre Matisse Gallery. Lithographed plates, color and monochrome reproductions, as noted. 4to, original pictorial lithographed wrappers by Miró. Near fine condition. Each a

Lot: 213 - (MOORE, HENRY.) Auden, W. H. Auden Poems: Moore

(MOORE, HENRY.) Auden, W. H. Auden Poems: Moore Lithographs. Lithographed plates by Moore. Folio, red cloth lettered in black; publisher''s black clamshell box. roman numbered 32 of 150 copies of edition "a" signed by moore and with a separate

Lot: 214 - (MOURLOT PRESS.) Prints From The Mourlot Press.

(MOURLOT PRESS.) Prints From The Mourlot Press. Exhibition catalogue from the Smithsonian Institution. 18 lithographed plates after Chagall, Picasso, Miro, Calder, Matisse, Cocteau, Kito, Villon, and others; reproductions. 8vo, lithographed wrappers

Lot: 215 - (MUNCH, EDVARD.) Linde, Max. Edvard Munch . . .

(MUNCH, EDVARD.) Linde, Max. Edvard Munch . . . Neue Ausgabe. 2 black-and-white plates, 1 in color, 1 plate in copper-engraved gravure, 1 toned engraved plate, and one original woodcut titled "Encounter in Space" (Woll 136). Thin 4to, original

Lot: 216 - (NEVELSON, LOUISE.) Lipman, Jean. Nevelson''s

(NEVELSON, LOUISE.) Lipman, Jean. Nevelson''s World. Seven-color silkscreen print signed and numbered 34/100 by Nevelson, measuring 330x305 mm; 13x12 inches. Book with Introduction by Hilton Kramer. Hundreds of illustrations. Folio, gilt-lettered

Lot: 217 - OAKLEY, VIOLET. The Holy Experiment: A Message to

OAKLEY, VIOLET. The Holy Experiment: A Message to the World from Pennsylvania. Printed in red and black after Oakley''s calligraphy. 22 tipped-in color plates by Oakley reproducing her murals in the Pennsylvania State Capitol. Elephant folio (570 x

Lot: 218 - OAKLEY, VIOLET. Small archive of designs and 1

OAKLEY, VIOLET. Small archive of designs and 1 Autograph Letter Signed. Various sizes, good condition. Mostly New Jersey, 1920s-40s

Lot: 219 - (PERFORMING ARTS.) Craig, Edward Gordon. Henry

(PERFORMING ARTS.) Craig, Edward Gordon. Henry Irving, Ellen Terry, Etc. A Book of Portraits. Title-page and 19 tipped-in plates of English stage actors Irving and Terry in a number of their well-known roles including those from Dickens''s works.

Lot: 220 - (PERFORMING ARTS.) Craig, Edward Gordon. Scene . .

(PERFORMING ARTS.) Craig, Edward Gordon. Scene . . . With a Foreword and Introductory Poem by John Masefield. 21 plates after etchings by Craig, each exploring his ideas of moving stage sets to create various scenes. 4to, publisher''s gilt-ruled

Lot: 221 - (PERFORMING ARTS / RUSSIA.) Grigorieff, Boris.

(PERFORMING ARTS.) Grigorieff, Boris. Visages de Russie. Text by Louis Réau, André Levinson, André Antoine and Clare Sheridan. 30 plates, including 8 in color, by Grigorieff. Folio, original 3/4 vellum gilt, moderate wear; fore

Lot: 222 - (PERFORMING ARTS / RUSSIA / THEATER.) Gozzi,

(PERFORMING ARTS.) Gozzi, Carlo. Printsessa Turandot. Teatral''no-tragicheskaii kitaiskaia skazka v 5 aktakh. [Princess Turandot. A Dramatic Tragic Chinese Tale in 5 Acts]. 2 full-page photographic portraits of Vakhtangov, 22 black-and-white and 12

Lot: 223 - (PERFORMING ARTS.) Siddons, Henry. Rhetorical

(PERFORMING ARTS.) Siddons, Henry. Rhetorical Gesture and Action, Adapted to the English Drama. From a Work on the Same Subject by M. Engel, Member of the Royal Academy of Berlin. 66 engravings throughout. Thick 8vo, contemporary boards, spine

Lot: 224 - (PICASSO, PABLO.) Boeck, Wilhelm. Pablo Picasso:

(PICASSO, PABLO.) Boeck, Wilhelm. Pablo Picasso: Linogravures. French text. 45 colorful linogravures by Picasso. Oblong folio, pictorial linen; complete, but some plates loose, margins with usual light buckling and spotting along edges; publisher''s

Lot: 225 - (PICASSO, PABLO.) Mourlot, Fernand. Picasso

(PICASSO, PABLO.) Mourlot, Fernand. Picasso Lithographe III and IV [1949-1963]. Lithographed covers and frontispieces. 4to, wrappers, toned; lithographs bright with only a bit of toning to edges. Cramer 77; Mourlot 28081; Bloch 795-96. Monte

Lot: 226 - (PICASSO, PABLO.) Sabartes, Jaime. A Los Toros mit

(PICASSO, PABLO.) Sabartes, Jaime. A Los Toros mit Picasso. First German Edition. 4 bound-in lithographs by Picasso, including one in color (Le Picador II); numerous illustrations. Oblong 4to, pictorial cloth; lacks dust jacket; slipcase. Includes

Lot: 227 - (PICASSO, PABLO.) Sabartés, Jaime. A Los

(PICASSO, PABLO.) Sabartés, Jaime. A Los Toros avec Picasso. First French Edition. 4 bound-in lithographs by Picasso, including one in color (Le Picador). Oblong 4to, pictorial grey cloth; prints bright; pictorial slipcase. Includes the

Lot: 228 - (PICASSO, PABLO.) Zervos, Christian. Picasso

(PICASSO, PABLO.) Zervos, Christian. Picasso Oeuvres de 1895-1972. 34 volumes (with Vol. 2 in 2 parts). Hundreds of photographic reproductions of Picasso''s works with full catalogue. Ex-library set, uniformly bound in blue buckram with

Lot: 229 - (POP ART.) Ford, Charles Henri. Spare Parts.

(POP ART.) Ford, Charles Henri. Spare Parts. Illustrated throughout in multi-colored collage pages of poetry and imagery by Ford; illustrated endpapers. Folio, publisher''s illustrated boards; custom orange cloth chemise and slipcase. Laid in are

Lot: 230 - (PRINT PORTFOLIO.) Erb, Christopher. Dead Birds.

(PRINT PORTFOLIO.) Erb, Christopher. Dead Birds. 24 broadsides containing a hand-printed and signed print by various artists including Will Barnet,Robert Blackburn, Joe Lee, George Nama, and others, accompanying a poem by Erb. Verona typeface hand

Lot: 231 - (PRINT PORTFOLIO.) The Art Students League. The

(PRINT PORTFOLIO.) The Art Students League. The Twenty-First Century Print Portfolio. Silk-screen printed text by Ira Goldberg and 9 prints. 571x387 mm; 22 1/2x15 1/4 inches, sheets, full margins, each signed by the artists and marked HP. Contents

Lot: 232 - RYMAN, ROBERT. Prints 1969-1993.

RYMAN, ROBERT. Prints 1969-1993. 5 etchings by Ryman printed by Maurice Payne. 368x362 mm; 14 1/2x14 1/2 inches. Folio, contents loose as issued in blindstamped tan portfolio.number 74 of 250 copies of this comprehensive catalogue raisonné,

Lot: 233 - SCHWITTERS, KURT. Die Silbergäule. Merz 8.

SCHWITTERS, KURT. Die Silbergäule. Merz 8. Die Kathedrale. 7 lithographs plus lithographed cover by Schwitters. 8vo, wrappers, staples lacking, leaving contents loose and small rust stains to plates in gutter area, diagonal crease to rear cover,

Lot: 234 - SULTAN, DONALD; and DAVID MAMET. Warm and Cold.

SULTAN, DONALD; and DAVID MAMET. Warm and Cold. 2 color photographs and 9 lithographs by Sultan, some with hand coloring by Cinda Sparling; letterpress by Carol Bundy. Large folio, contents loose as issued in lettered wrappers; blue linen folding

Lot: 235 - (SURREALISM.) Duchamp, Marcel. Chess Board.

(SURREALISM.) Duchamp, Marcel. Chess Board. Edited by R. Van de Velde and J. Ceuleers. Contains numerous reproductions with objects. Various sizes, all housed within a wooden box, the top and bottom of which are reproductions of Duchamp''s

Lot: 236 - (SURREALISM.) Carrington, Leonora. Una Vida

(SURREALISM.) Carrington, Leonora. Una Vida Surrealista. 9 etchings and aquatints in sepia, each signed and marked p/a. 407x305 mm; 16x12 inches, on Fabriano sheets, with wide margins. Title sheet with text by Carrington, essay by Angélica

Lot: 237 - (SURREALISM.) Celan, Paul. Edgar Jené: Der

(SURREALISM.) Celan, Paul. Edgar Jené: Der Traum vom Traume. Foreword by O. Basil. 8 lithographs (including 2 double-page plates, 1 loose triple-page plate, and 2 hand-colored plates); 18 black-and-white reproductions; and 4 text

Lot: 238 - (SURREALISM.) Ernst, Max and Eluard, Paul.

(SURREALISM.) Ernst, Max and Eluard, Paul. Répétitions. Dessins de Max Ernst. Color frontispiece and 9 black and white illustrations by Ernst. 8vo, original dark pink wrappers with pictorial onlay to front cover, backstrip lightly faded

Lot: 239 - (SURREALISM.) Ford, Charles Henri; editor. View:

(SURREALISM.) Ford, Charles Henri; editor. View: The Modern Magazine. Group of 16 issues containing those from the Second through Eleventh series (with one duplicate). Contributions by Duchamp, Ernst, Cornell, Leger, Masson, Magritte, Tanguy,

Lot: 240 - (SURREALISM.) Ford, Charles Henri; editor. View:

(SURREALISM.) Ford, Charles Henri; editor. View: The Modern Magazine. Bound volume containing 28 issues from the First through Seventh series. Literary and artistic contributions by Calder, Duchamp, Ernst, Cornell, Klee, Man Ray, Masson, Magritte,

Lot: 241 - SURVAGE, LÉOPOLD Rhythm in Color / Rhythmes

SURVAGE, LÉOPOLD Rhythm in Color / Rhythmes Colorés. Preface by Jean Cassou and edited by Christopher Czwiklitzer. 5 color lithographs by Survage printed by Mourlot, 651x514 mm; 25 5/8x20 1/4, signed and numbered AN12/175 by Survage, with

Lot: 242 - (TANGUY, YVES.) Kay Sage; et al. Un Recueil de ses

(TANGUY, YVES.) Kay Sage; et al. Un Recueil de ses oeuvres / A Summary of his Works. Text in French and English. 8 plates (7 in color with applied stencil by Jacomet and Augustin); 428 illustrations. 4to, cloth; plain dust jacket. catalogue

Lot: 243 - (VUILLARD, ÉDOUARD.) Laroche, Henry Jean.

(VUILLARD, ÉDOUARD.) Laroche, Henry Jean. Cuisine: Recueil de 117 Recettes. 6 lithographs by Vuillard, 6 etchings by André Dunoyer de Segonzac, and 6 etchings by André Villeboeuf, celebrating the foods and cuisines of the world. Text

Lot: 244 - WALKER, KARA; and TONI MORRISON. Five Poems.

WALKER, KARA; and TONI MORRISON. Five Poems. 5 silhouette illustrations by Walker. Folio, linen-backed decorated boards; slipcase. Designed by Peter Koch. first limited edition. number 20 of 399 copies signed by walker, morrison, and koch. A

Lot: 245 - WARHOL, ANDY. Andy Warhol''s Exposures.

WARHOL, ANDY. Andy Warhol''s Exposures. Text by Andy Warhol and Bob Colacello. Art Direction by Christopher Makos. Illustrated with 360 reproductions of Warhol''s famous friends. Large 4to, black cloth lettered in silver, lightly soiled; dust jacket,

Lot: 246 - (WARHOL, ANDY.) Antin, David; and Rothenberg,

(WARHOL, ANDY.) Antin, David; and Rothenberg, Jerome. Some / Thing. Volume II, No. 1, Winter 1966. Illustrated throughout with artistic collages from photographs, drawings, and more, ghosted behind text. 8vo, original color offset lithographed

Lot: 247 - WARHOL, ANDY. Group of Signed books and one Signed

WARHOL, ANDY. Group of Signed books and one Signed postcard. All signed to Suzy Mandel Carter in the 1980s. Books are 8vo, cloth; dust jackets, edgeworn. The Ratcliff book is signed 4 times by warhol. New York: Abbeville Press, 1983; 1985

Lot: 248 - WHISTLER, JAMES McNEILL. Mr. Whistler''s "Ten

WHISTLER, JAMES McNEILL. Mr. Whistler''s "Ten O''Clock." 29, [2] pages. Thin, small 8vo, tan wrappers printed in black; custom gilt-lettered tan pigskin folding case. first edition. inscribed by whistler and signed with his butterfly monogram on

Lot: 249 - (ZADKINE, OSSIP / SCULPTURE.) Jianou, Ionel.

(ZADKINE, OSSIP / SCULPTURE.) Jianou, Ionel. Zadkine. One original drypoint etching "Combat Antique" (Czwiklitzer 47), which is a 4-panel folding print with a diamond die-cut window, numbered and signed by Zadkine, and 98 photographic reproductions.

Lot: 250 - ZALCE, ALFREDO / MEXICO. 8 Aguafuertes a Color.

ZALCE, ALFREDO. 8 Aguafuertes a Color. Prologue (in Spanish) by Carlos Alvarado Lang. 8 color etchings, 283x365 mm; 11 1/4x14 1/4 inches, sheets, wide margins, each signed in pencil by Zalce. Loose as issued in original portfolio of cloth-backed




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