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Lot: 1 - ALECHINSKY, PIERRE. Comme à la Maison.

ALECHINSKY, PIERRE. Comme à la Maison. 8 double-page prints combining vintage erotic photographs printed in collotype, overlapped with etchings and color lithographed calligraphy by Alechinsky, incorporating a miniature view of the photograph,

Lot: 2 - (ALMA-TADEMA, LAWRENCE.) Swanson, Vern G. The

(ALMA-TADEMA, LAWRENCE.) Swanson, Vern G. The Biography and Catalogue Raisonné of the Paintings of Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema. Over 400 color and black-and-white reproductions of his work,s with full catalogue descriptions. Thick small folio,

Lot: 3 - (AMERICAN ART.) Stieglitz, Alfred; et al. The

(AMERICAN ART.) Stieglitz, Alfred; et al. The Forum Exhibition of Modern American Painters. March Thirteenth to March Twenty-Fifth, 1916. 16 tipped-in reproductions and facing explanatory notes by Oscar Bluemner, Arthur Dove, Marsden Hartley, John

Lot: 4 - (AMERICAN ART.) First Annual Year Book of the

(AMERICAN ART.) First Annual Year Book of the Painter-Gravers of America. Frontispiece etching by Eugene Higgins titled "Transferring the Pup." 152x121 mm; 6x4 3/4 inches), Signed and dated 1917. Introductory note by Albert Sterner. 4to, publisher's

Lot: 5 - (AMERICAN ABSTRACT ART.) Lion, Stephan C. and

(AMERICAN ABSTRACT ART.) Lion, Stephan C. and Charmion Wiegand; editor Masters of Abstract Art: An Exhibition for the Benefit of The American Red Cross. April 1st to May 15th, 1942 at Helena Rubinstein's New Art Center 715 Fifth Avenue, New York

Lot: 6 - APPEL, KAREL; and BERT SCHIERBEEK / CONTEMPORARY

APPEL, KAREL; and BERT SCHIERBEEK / CONTEMPORARY ART. A Beast-Drawn Man. 7 color lithographs on Arches paper: five measure 500x400 mm; 19 3/4x15 3/4 inches, and two double-page sheets measure 495x800 mm; 19 1/2x31 1/2 inches, each signed by appel

Lot: 7 - (ARCHITECTURE / MARCEL BREUER.) Archive from a

(ARCHITECTURE / MARCEL BREUER.) Archive from a late office of the architectural team of Marcel Breuer and Hamilton Smith. Roughly 3 large boxes containing a wide array of material including photographs by Ezra Stoller, Ben Schnall, Shin Koyama,

Lot: 8 - (ARCHITECTURE.) Barozzi, Giacomo; called Vignola.

(ARCHITECTURE.) Barozzi, Giacomo; called Vignola. Regles des Cinq Ordres D'Architecture . . . Nouvelle Edition. Engraved frontispiece, title, and 67 plates (6 of which are folding). xvi, 72 pages. Bound with: Discours sur Architecture. 8vo, mottled

Lot: 9 - (ARCHITECTURE.) Sheldon, George William. Artistic

(ARCHITECTURE.) Sheldon, George William. Artistic Country-Seats: types of recent American villa and cottage architecture with instances of country club houses. Printed for the subscribers. 2 volumes in 5 parts. 98 (of 100) photogravure plates on

Lot: 10 - ARNOUX, GUY / COSTUME. Les Caractères,

ARNOUX, GUY / COSTUME. Les Caractères, observés par un vieux philosophe du haut de sa fenêtre. Title-page vignette and 12 printed illustrations of amusing 18th-century court characters, with watercoloring applied. Oblong 4to,

Lot: 11 - ARP, JEAN (HANS). Onze Peintres.

ARP, JEAN (HANS). Onze Peintres. Three color woodcuts, one each by Arp and Leuppi (both Signed), and one by Kandinsky; numerous reproductions. 4to, pictorial wrappers; lettered dust jacket, light soiling, spine ends chipped with residual bump to

Lot: 12 - ARP, JEAN (HANS). Le soleil recerclé.

ARP, JEAN (HANS). Le soleil recerclé. 18 hors texte woodcuts by Arp, including 9 in color and ONE SIGNED AND NUMBERED 82/150 in pencil, lower margin. 470x365 mm; 18 1/2x14 1/2 inches, sheets. Text set by Marthe Fauquier and Pierre Baudier.

Lot: 13 - (ART NOUVEAU.) La Maison Lefèvre-Utile. Album

(ART NOUVEAU.) La Maison Lefèvre-Utile. Album des Célébrités Contemporaines. 56 chromolithographed cards of various French celebrities of the day including Anatole France, Yvette Guilbert, François Coppée, Sarah

Lot: 14 - (ART NOUVEAU.) La Maison Lefèvre-Utile. Les

(ART NOUVEAU.) La Maison Lefèvre-Utile. Les Contemporains Célèbres. Album Lefevre-Utile. First and Second series; together, 2 volumes. Chromolithographed and photographic portraits, illustrations, manuscript facsimiles, and color

Lot: 15 - (ARTS & CRAFTS / GUSTAV STICKLEY; editor /

(ARTS & CRAFTS / GUSTAV STICKLEY; editor / DESIGN.) The Craftsman: Illustrated Monthly Magazine. Group of over 125 issues. Rich with photographic illustrations, plans, color plates, and reproductions. 8vo, original illustrated wrappers.

Lot: 16 - (ASHENDENE PRESS.) Thucydides. History of the

(ASHENDENE PRESS.) Thucydides. History of the Peloponnesian War. Translated into English by Benjamin Jowett, M.A. Late Master of Balliol College and Regius, Professor of Greek in the University of Oxford. Printed in red and black from Ptolemy and

Lot: 17 - (BAKST, LÉON.) Réau, Louis; et al.

(BAKST, LÉON.) Réau, Louis; et al. Inedited Works of Bakst. 30 full-page plates of costume and set designs, many vibrantly hand-colored and heightened in gold and silver, with lettered tissue guards; tipped-in color illustrations and

Lot: 18 - BAKST, LEON (after). Pair of silk screen

BAKST, LEON (after). Pair of silk screen reproductions of costume designs. "Ephebe" in Narcissus. Silk screened by Frank Davidson after the 1916 costume * "The Faun" from "l'après-midi d'un faune." Silk screened by Leonard Pytlak after Bakst's

Lot: 19 - (BARBARIAN PRESS.) Ainslie, Patricia and Ritscher,

(BARBARIAN PRESS.) Ainslie, Patricia and Ritscher, Paul. Endgrain: Contemporary Wood Engraving in North America. Printed in blue and black. 121 wood engravings by American and Canadian illustrators, captioned in lower margins. 4to, 1/4 navy cloth

Lot: 20 - (BARBIER, GEORGE / POCHOIR.) La Guirlande Des

(BARBIER, GEORGE / POCHOIR.) La Guirlande Des Mois. 1917-1921 [complete]. 5 volumes, each containing 6-7 pochoir illustrations by Barbier. 12mo (4 3/4x3 1/4 inches), publisher's decorated silk bindings; all edges trimmed and gilt; dust jackets, some

Lot: 21 - BARBIER, GEORGE / POCHOIR / FASHION. Panorama

BARBIER, GEORGE. Panorama Dramatique. Casanova Décors et Costumes. 24 color pochoir plates. Small 4to, original pictorial board portfolio, browned, ties lacking; contents loose as issued, some marginal toning, otherwise clean. Paris: Lucien

Lot: 22 - BARBIER, GEORGE / POCHOIR. Vingt-Cinq Costumes

BARBIER, GEORGE / POCHOIR. 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

Lot: 23 - BASKIN, LEONARD. Laus Pictorum: Portraits of

BASKIN, LEONARD. Laus Pictorum: Portraits of Nineteenth Century Artists. Complete set of 10 wood engravings and 5 etchings on various papers. 355x280 mm; 14x11 inches (sheets). Each print signed and numbered LXVII/C in pencil, lower margin. Loose as

Lot: 24 - BASKIN, LEONARD. Two prints: "Self-portrait at 59"

BASKIN, LEONARD. Two prints: "Self-portrait at 59" and "Portrait of a German Woman Artist [Kathe Kollwitz]." Lithograph on off-white Arches paper. 356x279 mm; 14x11 inches, on 17x14-inch sheet. Titled, marked "trial proof," and Inscribed, Signed,

Lot: 25 - BASQUIAT, JEAN-MICHEL / CONTEMPORARY ART.

BASQUIAT, JEAN-MICHEL / CONTEMPORARY ART. Jean-Michel Basquiat. Book to accompany the exhibition at the Galerie Bruno Bischofberger, Zurich, January 19-February 16, 1985. Full-page color reproductions, some folding. 4to, red cloth; dust jacket,

Lot: 26 - (BEARDSLEY, AUBREY.) Point-of-purchase poster for

(BEARDSLEY, AUBREY.) Point-of-purchase poster for The Yellow Book. The poster advertising the Volume XI October, 1896 volume. Printed in black on yellow paper mounted to linen. 387x292 mm; 15 1/4x11 1/2 inches, sheet. Light uneven fading, lightly

Lot: 27 - BEMELMANS, LUDWIG. "They Went Looking High [and

BEMELMANS, LUDWIG. "They Went Looking High [and Low]" Illustration from the book "Madeline's Rescue" (published April, 1953). Color serigraph. 610x457mm; 24x18 inches, image. numbered 299/300 and signed by bemelmans in pencil, lower margin, and in

Lot: 28 - BEMELMANS, LUDWIG. Now I Lay Me down to Sleep.

BEMELMANS, LUDWIG. Now I Lay Me down to Sleep. 4 color plates created specially for the limited edition. 8vo, grey cloth with pictorial cover label, gilt-lettered leather spine label, few scuffs; publisher's box, separating at folds. New York:

Lot: 29 - BERNARDIN DE SAINT-PIERRE, JACQUES-HENRI. Paul et

BERNARDIN DE SAINT-PIERRE, JACQUES-HENRI. Paul et Virginie. Frontispiece portrait of Saint-Pierre by Lafitte, 6 plates by Lafitte, Girodet, Moreau, Prudhon, and Isabey, engraved by various artists, with additional states of the plates. 4to, dark

Lot: 30 - (BEWICK, THOMAS; illustrator.) The Life and Times

(BEWICK, THOMAS; illustrator.) The Life and Times of James Catnach (Late of Seven Dials), Ballad Monger, by Charles Hindley. 230 woodcuts, of which 42 are by Bewick. 8vo, black cloth with printed pictorial spine label, thin split at joints, spine

Lot: 31 - (BINDINGS / BOOK ARTS.) Hoe III, Robert. One

(BINDINGS / BOOK ARTS.) Hoe III, Robert. One Hundred and Seventy-Six Historic and Artistic Bookbindings . . . from the Library of Robert Hoe. 2 volumes. 176 etched, lithographed, and autotype plates, many in color. Folio, 1/2 red morocco,

Lot: 32 - (BINDINGS / PRINTING.) Dingelstedt, Franz von.

(BINDINGS / PRINTING.) Dingelstedt, Franz von. Jean Gutenberg, Premier Maitre Imprimeur. Translated by Gustave Revilliod. Title printed in red and black. Mounted india proof illustrations. 4to, custom vellum binding with a painted color portrait

Lot: 33 - BLAKE, WILLIAM. Songs of Experience by William

BLAKE, WILLIAM. Songs of Experience by William Blake 1757-1827. Facsimile by Joseph Patrick Trumble, Sophia Elizabeth Muir and William Muir, From the Beaconsfield Original in the British Museum . . . 27 hand-colored facsimile plates. Small folio,

Lot: 34 - (BONNARD, PIERRE.) Longus. Les pastorales & ou

(BONNARD, PIERRE.) Longus. Les pastorales & ou Daphnis et Chloé. 156 lithographs by Bonnard, including head-and tailpieces and title-page vignette, printed by Auguste Clot. 292x242 mm; 11 1/2x9 1/2 inches, sheets. 4to, russet morocco by

Lot: 35 - (BONNARD, PIERRE.) Roger-Marx, Claude. Simili.

(BONNARD, PIERRE.) Roger-Marx, Claude. Simili. Illustrated with 7 engravings by Bonnard (4 hors texte). 8vo, publisher's wrappers; glassine dust jacket, light usual toning. number 132 of 225 copies on vélin lafuma. warmly inscribed and signed

Lot: 36 - (BRAQUE, GEORGES.) Paulhan, Jean. Braque le

(BRAQUE, GEORGES.) Paulhan, Jean. Braque le Patron. One color lithograph frontispiece ( La Mandoline, Vallier 27), Signed by Braque and numbered 210/225. 19 richly colored in- and hors-texte plates. 4to, lithographed wrappers by Braque, foot of

Lot: 37 - (BREMER PRESS.) Tacitus, Publius Cornelius.

(BREMER PRESS.) Tacitus, Publius Cornelius. Cornelii Taciti de Situ Moribus et Populis Germaine Qui fertur libellus. Latin text with German translation in type designed by Anna Simons. 8vo, bound in full blue morocco with gilt-ruled covers and spine

Lot: 38 - BRUNELLESCHI, UMBERTO / ART DECO / POCHOIR.

BRUNELLESCHI, UMBERTO / ART DECO / POCHOIR. Lithograph from L'Estampe Moderne. With pochoir and free-hand coloring. 470x311 mm; 18 1/2x12 1/4 inches on 25x18-inch sheet. Imprint in French and English along top edge ('Copyright 1928 by Sté Ame

Lot: 39 - BURNE-JONES, EDWARD COLLEY (after). The Flower

BURNE-JONES, EDWARD COLLEY (after). The Flower Book. Printed in red and green. 38 color reproductions of Burne-Jones's watercolors. Images are circular and generally measure 6 1/2-inch diameter on 13x10-inch leaves; 4-page manuscript facsimile of

Lot: 40 - (CAPPIELLO, LEONETTO; after / EPHEMERA.) Paper

(CAPPIELLO, LEONETTO; after / EPHEMERA.) Paper elephant in-store display for Le Nil. Silver, gold, and red-painted stiff board. Head/trunk and body unattached. Measures 22 inches diagonally with head positioned in place. A little rubbing and hard

Lot: 41 - CAULFIELD, PATRICK / PETERSBURG PRESS /

CAULFIELD, PATRICK / PETERSBURG PRESS / CONTEMPORARY ART. Quelques Poèmes de Jules Laforgue. 22 color screenprints bound in, and a separate suite of 6 color screenprints, all printed on Neobond papier synthétique, 400x355 mm; 15 3/4x14

Lot: 42 - (CEZANNE, PAUL.) Rivière, Georges. Le

(CEZANNE, PAUL.) Rivière, Georges. Le Maître Paul Cezanne. One etching ( Portrait de Guillaumin), a reproduction in color of Les Terres Rouges, 10 pochoir plates, 17 heliogravures, and several reproductions. 4to, gilt-lettered 3/4 blue

Lot: 43 - CHAGALL, MARC. The Bible. Verve, Vol VIII, nos.

CHAGALL, MARC. The Bible. Verve, Vol VIII, nos. 33/34. French text. 16 color and 12 black-and-white lithographs. Folio, pictorial boards by Chagall, front cover detached; foxing to endleaves, bump to upper and lower tips leaving soft crease to

Lot: 44 - (CHAGALL, MARC.) Goll, Claire. Journal d'un

(CHAGALL, MARC.) Goll, Claire. Journal d'un Cheval. 2 etchings and 4 lithographs after Chagall. Printed in red and black. 4to, contents loose as issued in color pictorial wrappers by Chagall; board portfolio cover with ribbons containing a wood

Lot: 45 - CHAGALL, MARC. The Lithographs. Volume I:

CHAGALL, MARC. The Lithographs. Volume I: 1922-1956 (of 6). English text. 9 color and 2 black-and-white lithographs by Chagall; reproductions. 4to, cloth, spotted along edges; dust jacket, moderate edgewear; plates bright and clean. New York, 1960

Lot: 46 - (CHELONIIDAE PRESS.) Block, Laurie. An Odd

(CHELONIIDAE PRESS.) Block, Laurie. An Odd Bestiary. Printed in red and black. Illustrated with 26 wood engravings and 26 smaller initial linecuts by Alan James Robinson; separate suite of Signed plates in accompanying folder. Folio, full burgundy

Lot: 47 - (CHELONIIDAE PRESS.) McPhee, John; et al.

(CHELONIIDAE PRESS.) McPhee, John; et al. Roadkills: A Collection of Prose and Poetry. 11 Signed wood engravings and 1 etching by Alan James Robinson. Large 4to, 1/4 stamped grey Moroccan goat and Japanese paper by Gray Parrot; suite of plates

Lot: 48 - (CHELONIIDAE PRESS.) Robinson, Alan James. Trout:

(CHELONIIDAE PRESS.) Robinson, Alan James. Trout: Brook, Brown, & Rainbow. Text by Stephen Bodio. One pencil drawing, 12 etchings (9 of trout, 2 of trout flies, and 1 of insects) with hand watercoloring, as well as 2 wood engravings, by

Lot: 49 - (CHINESE PAINTING.) Three Hundred Masterpieces of

(CHINESE PAINTING.) 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: 50 - (CHISWICK PRESS.) The Thoughts of the Emperor

(CHISWICK PRESS.) The Thoughts of the Emperor Marcus Aurelius Antoninus. Translation by George Long. Printed in black and red. 4to, full red morocco, gilt-titled and with three raised bands along spine, with ruled turn-ins, by Otto Schulze and Co.,

Lot: 51 - CIARDI, JOHN / BESTIARY / MILTON HEBALD. An

CIARDI, JOHN / BESTIARY. An Alphabestiary. Illustrations by Milton Hebald. 8vo, blind-stamped zebra design on green cloth, gilt-lettered spine; publisher's slipcase, light edgewear. Philadelphia and New York, (1966)

Lot: 52 - CLEMENTE, FRANCESCO / CONTEMPORARY ART. Francesco

CLEMENTE, FRANCESCO / CONTEMPORARY ART. 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

Lot: 53 - COCTEAU, JEAN / COSTUME / FASHION / THEATER. A

COCTEAU, JEAN / COSTUME / FASHION / THEATER. A Portfolio of Fashion and Costume Designs. 28 reproductions after a portfolio of drawings by Cocteau discovered by Paul Iribe in the House of Chanel. 4to, loose as issued in cloth-backed portfolio with

Lot: 54 - COCTEAU, JEAN. Miséricorde.

COCTEAU, JEAN. Miséricorde. 8 photographic plates, including frontispiece of Cocteau and his view camera. 4to, original photographic wrappers, rubbed with loss on spine and perimeter of covers, dampstained along edges and spine, affects gutter

Lot: 55 - (COLLOT, ANDRÉ / POCHOIR.) Pergaud, Louis. De

(COLLOT, ANDRÉ.) Pergaud, Louis. De Goupil à Margot. Histoires de Bête. 2 volumes. Illustrated with pochoirs by André Collot. 8vo, contents loose as issued in original wrappers; labeled cloth chemises and slipcases. copy

Lot: 56 - (CRANACH PRESS.) Shakespeare, William. Die

(CRANACH PRESS.) Shakespeare, William. Die Tragische Geschichte von Hamlet Prinzen von Daenemark. Text in Latin and German. facsimile of the first german edition of the Cranach Press Hamlet. Woodcuts by Edward Gordon Craig. Folio, stamped 1/2

Lot: 57 - (CRANE, WALTER.) Spenser, Edmund. Spenser's Faerie

(CRANE, WALTER.) Spenser, Edmund. Spenser's Faerie Queene. Edited by Thomas Wise. 19 parts bound in 6 volumes. Plates, headpieces and tailpieces by Crane. 4to, 3/4 green morocco over marbled boards, gilt rose and leaf pattern in four spine

Lot: 58 - CRANE, WALTER /ORIGINAL ILLUSTRATION ART. "An

CRANE, WALTER /ORIGINAL ILLUSTRATION ART. "An Inland Voyage." Pencil study for the frontispiece published in Robert Louis Stevenson's An Inland Voyage (London: C. Keegan Paul and Co., 1878). 165x104 mm; 6 1/2x4 inches, on 8 3/4x6 3/4-inch sheet.

Lot: 59 - (CURIOSA / CORINTH, LOVIS.) Schiller, Friedrich.

(CURIOSA / CORINTH, LOVIS.) Schiller, Friedrich. Der Venuswagen. Ein Gedichte. Band I. 8 erotic color lithographs by Corinth. 4to, original parchment-backed rose silk-covered boards with faux bone clasps and gilt-pictorial front cover, worn;

Lot: 60 - (CURIOSA / ICART, LOUIS.) Crébillon (Fils).

(CURIOSA / ICART, LOUIS.) Crébillon (Fils). Le Sopha. Printed in sea green and black. 23 erotic color etchings by Icart. 4to, 3/4 gilt-lettered red calf over marbled boards; top edges trimmed and gilt; original wrappers bound in. number

Lot: 61 - (CURIOSA / VON BAYROS, FRANZ.) Piron, Alexis.

(CURIOSA / VON BAYROS, FRANZ.) Piron, Alexis. L'Amour et la Folie: Poèmes Satiriques. 20 erotic black-and-white illustrations and decorative borders, by Venu de Bonestoc (pseud. of von Bayros). Large 4to, 3/4 red morocco gilt with repeating

Lot: 62 - (CURIOSA / WEGENER, GERDA.) Allatini, Eric. Sur

(CURIOSA / WEGENER, GERDA.) Allatini, Eric. Sur Talons Rouges. Contes. 25 engraved hors-texte plates by Wegener comprised of two suites of 12 illustrations, one in black-and-white, the other colored, and with an original watercolor. 4to, 3/4

Lot: 63 - (CURIOSA.) Piron, Alexis. Oeuvres Badines

(CURIOSA.) Piron, Alexis. Oeuvres Badines Complètes. Engraved frontispiece portrait, additional title, and 6 erotic plates. 179 pages, including half-title. 12mo, contemporary wrappers; some foxing, mainly on opening leaves, generally not

Lot: 64 - (CURIOSA.) [Valotaire] Nelly et Jean. Nous Deux,

(CURIOSA.) [Valotaire] Nelly et Jean. Nous Deux, Simples papiers du tiroir secret. 2 volumes. 46 erotic watercolor illustrations and vignettes of a couple's amorous adventures. 8vo, contents loose as issued in colored pictorial wrappers; deckled

Lot: 65 - (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: 66 - DALÍ, SALVADOR. The Secret Life of Salvador

DALÍ, SALVADOR. The Secret Life of Salvador Dalí. Translated by Haakon M. Chevalier. Color double-page frontispiece, numerous black-and-white illustrations and photographic plates throughout, and an original drawing by dalí.. 8vo,

Lot: 67 - (DANCE OF DEATH.) Wiegand, Carl Friedrich.

(DANCE OF DEATH.) Wiegand, Carl Friedrich. Totentanz 1914-1918. Lithographed title-page illustration and 11 tipped-in plates of WWI-related Dance of Death images by Hanz Witzig. 4to, publisher's gilt-stamped boards, slightly bowed. Zürich: Art

Lot: 68 - (DEGAS, EDGAR.) Halévy, Ludovic. La Famille

(DEGAS, EDGAR.) Halévy, Ludovic. La Famille Cardinal. Portrait frontispiece of Halévy an 32 intaglio prints after monotypes in black and colors by Degas, printed by Maurice Potin. Printed in red and black. Folio, beautifully bound in full

Lot: 69 - (DERRYDALE PRESS.) Annabel, Russell. Tales of a

(DERRYDALE PRESS.) Annabel, Russell. Tales of a Big Game Guide. Photographic plates. 8vo, 1/2 linen over gilt-pictorial maroon boards; hinges cracked. number 9 of 950 copies. inscribed and signed by annabel in the year of publication from Goose

Lot: 70 - (DESIGN / PRINTING / BANKING HISTORY / TRADE

(DESIGN / PRINTING / BANKING HISTORY / TRADE CATALOGUE.) Sharp, Grand The Gilbert Prize Essay on the Adaption of Recent Discoveries and Inventions in Science and Art to the Purposes of Banking. Third English (first illustrated) Edition. 90 plates

Lot: 71 - (DESIGN / TRADE CATALOGUE.) Minton, Hollins & Co.;

(DESIGN / TRADE CATALOGUE.) Minton, Hollins & Co.; Patent Tile Works. Illustrated Patterns of Tiles for Pavements, Hearths, etc. 2 leaves of text and 25 plates containing numerous chromolithographed tile patterns. Tall 4to, original printed

Lot: 71A - (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 31pages of woven paper designs in brown and coral. Small 8vo, thick square black board

Lot: 72 - (DESIGN / GRAPHICS / FURNITURE.) Group of 6

(DESIGN / GRAPHICS / FURNITURE.) Group of 6 hand-painted furniture designs. 4 highly accomplished images featuring sideboards or consoles from the late 19th, early 20th century rendered in watercolor, pen, ink, and graphite. A note on a storage

Lot: 73 - (DESIGN / ART DECO / FASHION / POCHOIR.) Gazette

(DESIGN / ART DECO / FASHION / POCHOIR.) Gazette du Bon Ton. Group of 13 issues. Brightly colored pochoir plates by Lanvin, Poiret, Vionnet, Barbier, Marty, Brissaud, Lepape, and others, plus full-page color ads, and many color and black-and-white

Lot: 74 - (DESIGN / ART DECO / FASHION / POCHOIR.) Styl.

(DESIGN / ART DECO / FASHION / POCHOIR.) Styl. Blätter für Mode und die angenehmen Dinge des Lebens. Erster Jahrgang, 1922, Heft 1-10 in 7 fascicles. Numerous plates and text illustrations, many in color or pochoir, by Laurencin,

Lot: 75 - (DESIGN / ART DECO / POCHOIR.) Seguy, E. A.

(DESIGN / ART DECO / POCHOIR.) Seguy, E. A. Floréal: Dessins & Coloris Nouveaux. 20 plates each containing 3-5 pochoir designs. Folio, contents loose in paper cover with title printed on cover; images very bright though mounts with general

Lot: 76 - (DESIGN / ART DECO / SIROONI.) Collection of

(DESIGN / ART DECO / SIROONI.) Collection of original Art Deco designs for wallpaper, textiles and gift wrapping. 178 original brightly colored gouache and pochoir designs, mounted on original stock embossed and stamped with the company seal.

Lot: 77 - (DESIGN / ART DECO / SIROONI.) Collection of

(DESIGN / ART DECO / SIROONI.) Collection of original Art Deco designs for wallpaper, textiles and gift wrapping. 80 original brightly colored gouache and pochoir designs, mostly florals and abstracts, mounted on original stock embossed and stamped

Lot: 78 - (DESIGN / ART DECO / SIROONI.) Collection of

(DESIGN / ART DECO / SIROONI.) Collection of original Art Deco designs for wallpaper, textiles and gift wrapping. 95 original brightly colored gouache and pochoir designs, mostly florals and abstracts, mounted on original stock embossed and stamped

Lot: 79 - (DESIGN.) Ruhlmann, Jacques-Émile (also known

(DESIGN.) Ruhlmann, Jacques-Émile (also known as Émile-Jacques) Original vintage wallpaper book. Contains 47 plates of 19 different patterns with their variations in different colors; 37 plates appear to be lacking. Oblong folio, original

Lot: 80 - (DESIGN / GRAPHIC DESIGN.) Wolfrum, Friedrich;

(DESIGN / GRAPHIC DESIGN.) Wolfrum, Friedrich; publisher. Graphische Neuheiten Series I. 48 tinted or chromolithographic plates containing numerous related designs for a number of decorative applications including book design, frames, stationery,

Lot: 81 - (DESIGN / GRAPHIC DESIGN.) Wolfrum, Friedrich;

(DESIGN / GRAPHIC DESIGN.) Wolfrum, Friedrich; publisher. Graphische Neuheiten Series II. 48 tinted or chromolithographic plates containing numerous related designs for a number of decorative applications including book design, frames, stationery,

Lot: 82 - (DESIGN / ADVERTISING ART / MEDICAL). Concours

(DESIGN / ADVERTISING ART / MEDICAL). Concours Publicitaire Réservé au Corps Médical. 42 tipped-in color advertisements for medicines from leading Belgian laboratories of the mid-20th century. 4to, publisher's plain grey printed

Lot: 83 - (DESIGN / POSTERS.) Hinkefuss, Carl Ernst; editor.

(DESIGN / POSTERS.) Hinkefuss, Carl Ernst; editor. 10 Jahre Deutsche Werbe-Graphik. Photographic frontispiece of Hinkefuss and numerous brightly colored reproductions and tipped-in plates of 1920s posters and graphic arts in Germany, including works

Lot: 84 - (DESIGN.) Czeschka, Carl Otto. Die Quelle.

(DESIGN.) Czeschka, Carl Otto. Die Quelle. Introduction by Martin Gerlach. 30 plates containing numerous designs. 295x251 mm; 11 3/4x10 inches. Contents loose as issued in publisher's pictorial boards, thoughtfully rebacked with blue cloth tape to

Lot: 85 - (DESIGN / TYPOGRAPHY / ALPHABETS .) Midolle, Jean.

(DESIGN / TYPOGRAPHY / ALPHABETS .) Midolle, Jean. Spécimen des Écritures Modernes Romaines fleuronées, Gothiques nouvelles, Fractures, Françaises, Anglaise, Italienne et Allemande. Lithographed title and 39 plates after

Lot: 86 - (DESIGN / TYPOGRAPHY.) Peter Piper's Practical

(DESIGN / TYPOGRAPHY.) Peter Piper's Practical Principles of Plain and Perfect Pronunciation. Printed in black and colors. Illustrations with alliterative verse collaborations by various designers and illustrators using various typefaces. 8vo, less

Lot: 87 - (DESIGN / GRAPHIC DESIGN / TYPOGRAPHY /

(DESIGN / GRAPHIC DESIGN / TYPOGRAPHY / TSCHICHOLD, JAN.) Typographische Mitteilungen. Zeitschrift des Bildungsverbandes der deutschen Buchdrucker. Issues 1-12 bound in 2. Illustrated throughout with avant-garde typographical examples by Otto

Lot: 88 - (DESIGN / RODCHENKO, ALEKSANDR.) L'Art Decoratif

(DESIGN / RODCHENKO, ALEKSANDR.) L'Art Decoratif U.R.S.S. Moscou-Paris 1925. 13 plates, two of which are tipped-in color plates, and numerous black-and-white photographic illustrations. Articles by Lebedeff, Arkine, Tugenhold, Nocolsky, Kameneff,

Lot: 89 - (DESIGN / RUSSIAN AVANT-GARDE / EL LISSITZKY.)

(DESIGN / RUSSIAN AVANT-GARDE / EL LISSITZKY.) Zhurnalist (Journalist). Numbers 1-6, January 1-March 15, 1929. 4to, original front wrappers with printed design by El Lissizky, covers trimmed with slight loss, spines and rear covers lacking and

Lot: 90 - (GRAPHIC DESIGN / EL LISSITZKY / FRANK LLOYD

(GRAPHIC DESIGN / EL LISSITZKY / FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT / ARCHITECTURE.) Wendingen. Volume IV, Number 11. Edited and with interior typography by H. Theodorus Wijdeveld. 16 photographic plates and 4 illustrations of Wright designs. Square 4to, original

Lot: 91 - (DESIGN / GRAPHIC DESIGN / BAYER, HERBERT /

(DESIGN / GRAPHIC DESIGN / BAYER, HERBERT / BAUHAUS.) Bauhaus 1919-1928. Edited by Herbert Bayer, Ise Gropius, and Walter Gropius. Preface by Alfred H. Barr Jr. and text by the editors, Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, Josef and Anni Albers, and others. 550

Lot: 92 - (DESIGN / GRAPHIC DESIGN / BAYER, HERBERT.)

(DESIGN / GRAPHIC DESIGN / BAYER, HERBERT.) Electronics-A New Science for a New World. Photographic plates (including photomontage), creative typographic design, and color plates. Oblong 8vo, 8 1/4x10 3/4 inches, original stapled illustrated

Lot: 93 - (DESIGN / GRAPHIC DESIGN / BAYER, HERBERT.)

(DESIGN / GRAPHIC DESIGN / BAYER, HERBERT.) Stählerne Brücken. Text by Johannes Hoffmann. Layout by the Dorland agency containing photographic plates of bridge engineering with montage elements by Bayer printed in blue and monochrome.

Lot: 94 - (DESIGN / GRAPHIC DESIGN / BAYER, HERBERT.) Die

(DESIGN / GRAPHIC DESIGN / BAYER, HERBERT.) Die Neue Linie. Group of 4 issues containing cover designs by Bayer. December 1933; June 1934; September 1935; and September 1937. Artistic (and some literary) contributions by members of the Bauhaus,

Lot: 95 - DINE, JIM / CONTEMPORARY ART. Glyptotek.

DINE, JIM / CONTEMPORARY ART. 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

Lot: 96 - (DORÉ, GUSTAVE.) La Sainte Bible selon la

(DORÉ, GUSTAVE.) La Sainte Bible selon la Vulgate, traduction nouvelle. 230 wood engravings and decorations. Large, thick folio, full brown morocco by Chambolle-Duru, signed, with elaborate scrolled borders with repeating device in 4 spine

Lot: 97 - (DOVES PRESS.) Carlyle, Thomas. Sartor Resartus:

(DOVES PRESS.) Carlyle, Thomas. Sartor Resartus: The Life & Opinions of Herr Teufelsdroeckh. Printed in black and red, with initials by Edward Johnston. 8vo, in a handsome doves binding of full navy blue morocco with gilt borders and central

Lot: 98 - (DOVES PRESS.) Strouse, Norman H.; and Dreyfus,

(DOVES PRESS.) Strouse, Norman H.; and Dreyfus, John. C-S The Master Craftsman: An Account of the Work of T. J. Cobden-Sanderson [and] Cobden-Sanderson's Partnership with Emery Walker by John Dreyfus. Printed in black, blue, and russet. Contains

Lot: 99 - (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. A handsome copy. one of 200 unnumbered copies. (Hammersmith, 1911)

Lot: 100 - DR. SEUSS [THEODOR GEISEL]. Group of 4 color

DR. SEUSS [THEODOR GEISEL]. Group of 4 color lithographed posters created for NBC Radio in the early 1930s. Printed in red, grey, and black on recto and verso. Folded folio sheets measuring 356x433 mm; 14x21 inches. Only lightly toned and creased,

Lot: 101 - DR. SEUSS [THEODOR GEISEL]. Printed Typed form

DR. SEUSS [THEODOR GEISEL]. Printed Typed form letter with illustration. 1 page, 8vo, with printed illustration of a Nudget on a Budget with typewritten "Dear Stephanie." Seuss's printed signature below. Cornered to window matte. Vertical and

Lot: 102 - DR. SEUSS [THEODOR GEISEL]. Printed Typed form

DR. SEUSS [THEODOR GEISEL]. Printed Typed form letter with illustration. 1 page, 8vo, with printed illustration of a Three-Muffed Apfel Moose with typewritten "Dear Randy" and Seuss's printed signature below. Cornered to window matte. Soft creases

Lot: 103 - DR. SEUSS [THEODOR GEISEL]. Typed Letter Signed

DR. SEUSS [THEODOR GEISEL]. Typed Letter Signed with an original drawing addressed to the Third Grade Class of Joan Larson of Tokyo, Japan, thanking them for a book they wrote and illustrated for Seuss. 1 page, 8vo, Signed in red pencil, and with a

Lot: 104 - (DUCHAMP, MARCEL; and JOHN CAGE.) Kubota, Shigeko.

(DUCHAMP, MARCEL; and JOHN CAGE.) Kubota, Shigeko. Marcel Duchamp and John Cage / Reunion. Photographic plates by Kubota but lacking the 33 r.p.m. recording. Oblong 8vo, 148x218 mm, silver-lettered blue cloth, spine faded; board slipcase, soiled and

Lot: 105 - (DUFY, RAOUL.) Coquiot, Gustave. La Terre

(DUFY, RAOUL.) Coquiot, Gustave. La Terre Frottée d'Ail. 101 plates and text illustrations by Dufy. Printed on pink paper. 4to, original printed wrappers; edges a bit toned, partially uncut and unopened. Paris: André Delpeuch, 1925

Lot: 106 - (FLEECE PRESS.) John Nash. Twenty One Wood

(FLEECE PRESS.) John Nash. Twenty One Wood Engravings. Introduction by Allen Freer. Printed in Caslon type in red and black on gampi vellum. Folio, gilt-lettered full vellum bound by Smith Settle; linen clamshell box, few small spots to lower case

Lot: 107 - (FLEECE PRESS.) Selborne, Joanna; and Lindsay

(FLEECE PRESS.) Selborne, Joanna; and Lindsay Newman. Gwen Raverat: Wood Engraver. One original wood engraving ("Jeu de boules, Vence" 1922) and numerous illustrations including wood-engraved, and photographic, some tipped-in or in color. Printed in

Lot: 108 - (FLEECE PRESS.) Sims, Reginald G. The Sayings &

(FLEECE PRESS.) Sims, Reginald G. The Sayings & Doings of T.E. Lawrence. Edited by Dr. Leo John de Freitas. Introduction by John Sims with notes by A.J. Flavell. Tipped-in photographic plates and reproductions plus a separate suite of the six

Lot: 109 - (FLEECE PRESS.) Wright, John Buckland. Baigneuses.

(FLEECE PRESS.) Wright, John Buckland. Baigneuses. Introduction by Christopher Buckland Wright. Printed in blue and black. 25 wood engravings, some in color or tipped-in, plus photographic plates. Folio, gilt-lettered vellum; linen solander box,

Lot: 110 - (FLEECE PRESS.) Wright, John Buckland. Bathers and

(FLEECE PRESS.) Wright, John Buckland. Bathers and Dancers: The White Line and Silhouette Engravings. Introduction by Christopher Buckland Wright. Printed in red and black. Numerous wood-engraved illustrations. Tall 4to, original gilt-lettered

Lot: 111 - (FLEECE PRESS.) Wright, John Buckland. Surreal

(FLEECE PRESS.) Wright, John Buckland. Surreal Times: The Abstract Engravings of John Buckland Wright. Introduction by Christopher Buckland Wright. One copper engraving tipped in ("Nymphe Surprise No. II," 1935), plus plates and illustrations, some

Lot: 112 - (FUTURISM.) Vasari, Ruggero. L'Uomo e la Macchina

(FUTURISM.) Vasari, Ruggero. L'Uomo e la Macchina Raun. Second Edition. Photomontage cover by Ivo Pannaggi. 71, [9] pages. 8vo, original wrappers, spine and cover edges worn and dampsoiled, slightly affecting image; scattered creasing to pages,

Lot: 113 - (GABINO, AMADEO / CONTEMPORARY ART). Juan de la

(GABINO, AMADEO / CONTEMPORARY ART). Juan de la Cruz, San. La Noche y la Lama. 13 etchings with aquatint by Gabino, 482x381mm; 19x15 inches, each numbered 183/195, Signed, and Initialed by him. Loose as issued within folded folio leaves with relief

Lot: 114 - (GERMAN EXPRESSIONISM.) Gruner, Erich. Krieg.

(GERMAN EXPRESSIONISM.) Gruner, Erich. Krieg. 15 etchings by Gruner printed on China paper, 13 1/2x10 3/4-inches (sheets) , each titled and initialed in pencil, lower margins, tipped to paper window mattes. Plates and title leaf loose as issued in

Lot: 115 - (GERMAN EXPRESSIONISM.) Thalmann, Max. Der Dom.

(GERMAN EXPRESSIONISM.) Thalmann, Max. Der Dom. 10 woodcuts signed in pencil by Thalmann, lower margin. 673x495 mm; 26 1/2x19 1/2 inches, sheets, wide margins. Imperial folio, plates, title-page/colophon, and folding leaf with foreword by Gustav

Lot: 116 - GILL, ERIC. Initial Letter H and Venus and Cupid

GILL, ERIC. Initial Letter H and Venus and Cupid with the Golden Cockerel * Initials H and O with Venus Modestly Holding Spray / Cupid Playing Football with the World. Together, two wood engraved proofs from the Golden Cockerel Press edition of The

Lot: 117 - GILL, ERIC. "Naked Man Dead."

GILL, ERIC. "Naked Man Dead." Original wood block carving with gesso, used as a border design for the Golden Cockerel Press edition of The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer (Waltham St. Lawrence, 1929-31). 178x30 mm; 7x1 1/4 inches, incised with

Lot: 118 - GILL, ERIC. "Henry's Doubts."

GILL, ERIC. "Henry's Doubts." Wood engraved proof on paper. Illustration to face page 54 of Shakespeare's Henry the Eighth, published by The Limited Editions Club, New York, 1939 (engraving created 1937.) 203x152 mm; 8x6 inches, image, on 131x235

Lot: 119 - GILL, ERIC. "Lady C. "

GILL, ERIC. "Lady C. " Wood engraving intended for D. H. Lawrence's Lady Chatterley's Lover. 2 copies. One mounted to thin card window matte. 145x93 mm; 5 3/4x3 1/4 7 1/2x5 1/4-inch paper. Gill's initials signed in reverse, and lettered CC, both in

Lot: 120 - GILL, ERIC. God Sending.

GILL, ERIC. God Sending. Alternate engraved proof of the frontispiece to Procreant Hymn, by E. Powys Mathers, published by the Golden Cockerel Press in 1926. Copper engraving on laid paper. 112x86 mm; 4 1/2x3 1/2 inches, image, on 5 3/4x4 1/2-inch

Lot: 121 - GILL, ERIC. God Sending.

GILL, ERIC. God Sending. Engraved proof of the frontispiece to Procreant Hymn, by E. Powys Mathers, published by the Golden Cockerel Press in 1926. Copper engraving on laid paper. 112x86 mm; 4 1/2x3 1/2 inches, image on 9 1/2x5-inch sheet, wide

Lot: 122 - GILL, ERIC. Divine Lovers I * Nuptials of God.

GILL, ERIC. Divine Lovers I * Nuptials of God. Together, 2 wood engravings. Divine Lovers I measures 4x3 1/8 inches, image, on 10 3/4x7 inch-sheet. Signed and numbered 3/12 in pencil, lower margin. 1926. Tipped to backing with non-archival tape,

Lot: 123 - GILL, ERIC. Et Sicut Moyses * INRI * Madonna and

GILL, ERIC. Et Sicut Moyses * INRI * Madonna and child Together, three wood engraved proofs on paper. Crucifix with Crown of Thorns (Late state). 1922. 203x83 mm; 8x3 1/4 inches (sheet). Signed but unnumbered. Skelton/Physick 197. Crucifix,

Lot: 124 - GILL, ERIC. Group of 4 wood engravings

GILL, ERIC. Group of 4 wood engravings displayed in 2 contemporary frames. Condition varies; all measurements given for sight size. The Convert. 1925. 114x89 mm; 4 1/2x3 1/2 inches. Signed and numbered 25/50. Skelton/Physick 308, framed with

Lot: 125 - (GILL ERIC / GOLDEN COCKEREL PRESS.) The Song of

(GILL ERIC / GOLDEN COCKEREL PRESS.) The Song of Songs Called by Many the Canticle of Canticles. 20 wood-engravings by Eric Gill. Printed in red and black in Caslon Old Face type on Batchelor handmade paper. Thin 4to, original gilt-lettered cream

Lot: 126 - GOREY, EDWARD. 2-panel ink and watercolor cartoon

GOREY, EDWARD. 2-panel ink and watercolor cartoon drawn on the cover of a going-away card for a Doubleday coworker, Estelle Lichtenstein. 190x101 mm; 7 1/2x4 inches, on card. Folds open to show signatures of twelve co-workers, including Gorey's,

Lot: 127 - GOREY, EDWARD. Elephant and Prostrate Passenger.

GOREY, EDWARD. Elephant and Prostrate Passenger. Etching on paper. 95x133 mm; 3 3/4x5 1/4 inches on 9 1/2-10-inch paper. Marked A/P and Signed by Gorey in pencil, lower margin. Gotham Book Mart etching #27. New York, nd

Lot: 128 - GOREY, EDWARD. Estranged Family.

GOREY, EDWARD. Estranged Family. Etching on paper. 110x160 mm; 4 1/4x6 1/4 inches on 9 1/2x11-inch sheet. Signed by Gorey, lower right, and numbered 37/95 in pencil, lower left. Gotham Book Mart etching #7. New York, nd

Lot: 129 - GOREY, EDWARD. Winged Figbash on "Etc."

GOREY, EDWARD. Winged Figbash on "Etc." Etching on paper. 101x124 mm; 4x4 inches, on a 9x10-inch sheet. Signed by Gorey, lower right, and numbered 3/50 in pencil, lower left. Gotham Book Mart etching #114. New York, nd

Lot: 130 - GOREY, EDWARD. Group of 4 posthumously published

GOREY, EDWARD. Group of 4 posthumously published etchings. Each numbered in pencil, lower left, and with Gorey's embossed signature, lower right. Images measure approximately 124x102 mm; 4 3/4x4 inches, on 11x10-inch sheets. Boy on Aspic Holding

Lot: 131 - GOREY, EDWARD. Small group of ephemera

GOREY, EDWARD. Small group of ephemera relating to, Signed, and/or produced by Gorey. Various formats. Various places and dates from 1966-80s

Lot: 132 - GOREY, EDWARD. The Doubtful Guest Doll.

GOREY, EDWARD. The Doubtful Guest Doll. Roughly 18 inches high, grey jersey cloth, leather sneakers, felted eyes, and a striped green and white cotton scarf with Gorey's handwritten tag: "The Doubtful Guest / © 16/50 / Edward Gorey." In

Lot: 133 - (GRABHORN PRESS.) Ginsberg, Allen. Howl for Carl

(GRABHORN PRESS.) Ginsberg, Allen. Howl for Carl Solomon. Printed in Goudy Modern type by Robert Grabhorn and Andrew Hoyem on hand-made paper. 4to, original decorative tan linen, with wrap-around design in nine colors, by Robert La Vigne; original

Lot: 134 - GRAMATKY, BERNARD "HARDIE" AUGUST JR. /

GRAMATKY, BERNARD "HARDIE" AUGUST JR. / ILLUSTRATION. Group of illustrations used for a filmstrip adaptation of Little Toot. Cover page and 47 partially printed photostats with extensive hand-coloring, including two watercolors (one a finished

Lot: 135 - (GREGYNOG PRESS.) Butler, Samuel. Erewhon.

(GREGYNOG PRESS.) Butler, Samuel. Erewhon. 29 wood engraved by Blair Hughes-Stanton. Text handset in Baskerville type. Large 8vo, sage green Welsh sheepskin with gilt-lettered spine, edges rubbed, few scuffs and nicks as usually encountered.

Lot: 136 - (GREGYNOG PRESS.) Prospectus for The Lamentations

(GREGYNOG PRESS.) Prospectus for The Lamentations of Jeremiah. Wood-engraved title-page printed in blue and black. Two wood-engraved illustrations by Blair Hughes-Stanton. 4 pages. 1 folded folio sheet, scattered creasing and light soiling to cover

Lot: 137 - GROSZ, GEORGE. George Grosz Drawings.

GROSZ, GEORGE. George Grosz Drawings. original signed watercolor tipped to front blank (177x127 mm; 7x5 inches, sheet), 52 monochrome plates with frontispiece, single page plate, and double-page plate, all with hand-coloring over lithography. 4to,

Lot: 138 - HARING, KEITH / CONTEMPORARY ART. Pincus-Witten,

HARING, KEITH. Pincus-Witten, Robert; et al. Keith Haring: Tony Shafrazi Gallery exhibition catalogue. Profusion of reproductions and photographic plates. 8vo, original spiral-bound neon pink pictorial wrappers, few minor surface imperfections.

Lot: 139 - HELLER, HELEN WEST / AMERICAN ART. Migratory Urge.

HELLER, HELEN WEST / AMERICAN ART. Migratory Urge. Introduction by Llewellyn Jones. 57 pages of woodcut plates and verse. 130x195 mm; 5 1/4x7 1/2 inches. Small 8vo, original cream wrappers with decorated woodcut cover label, extremities lightly

Lot: 140 - (HENKE, DELLAS / CONTEMPORARY ART.) Beckett,

(HENKE, DELLAS.) Beckett, Samuel. Waiting for Godot. Printed in Bembo and Centaur type, handset by Margaret Zillioux-Henke. 14 etchings by Henke on Arches. 362x286 mm; 14 1/4x11 1/4 inches, sheets, wide margins. Each print numbered 11/40, captioned,

Lot: 141 - (HEPWORTH, BARBARA / SCULPTURE / CONTEMPORARY

(HEPWORTH, BARBARA / SCULPTURE / CONTEMPORARY ART.) Bowness, Alan. The Sculpture of Barbara Hepworth 1960-69. Signed color screenprint titled "Winter Solstice," Signed by Hepworth and numbered 136/150; profusion of photographic illustrations. 4to,

Lot: 142 - (HOCKNEY, DAVID / CONTEMPORARY ART.) Cavafy, C. P.

(HOCKNEY, DAVID / CONTEMPORARY ART.) Cavafy, C. P. Fourteen Poems. Translated by Nikos Stangos and Stephen Spender. 12 copperplate etchings by Hockney, including one Signed and numbered. 463x330 mm; 18 1/4x13 inches (sheets), full margins. Folio,

Lot: 143 - IRIBE, PAUL / FASHION / POCHOIR. Les Robes de Paul

IRIBE, PAUL / FASHION / POCHOIR. Les Robes de Paul Poiret. 10 pochoir plates by Iribe. Folio, publisher's boards, worn with surface abrasion, spine rubbed and cracked; 1/2-inch clean tear to margin of first plate. 1-inch marginal chip to top of

Lot: 144 - IRIBE, PAUL; and COCTEAU, JEAN. Le Mot.

IRIBE, PAUL; and COCTEAU, JEAN. Le Mot. 20 issues from November 28, 1914 - July 1, 1915 (complete). Contributors include Paul Iribe, Dufy, Sem, Gleizes, Lhote, Bakst and Cocteau (some of which are signed under his pseudonym, Jim, his dog's name).

Lot: 145 - IRIBE, PAUL; GEORGE BARBIER and GEORGES LEPAPE /

IRIBE, PAUL; GEORGE BARBIER and GEORGES LEPAPE / POCHOIR. L'éventail et la Fourrure chez Paquin. 7 color pochoir prints: 4 of hand fans by Georges Lepape (1), Paul Iribe (2), and George Barbier (1); and 3 fashion plates of furs. Folio, 480x336

Lot: 146 - (ITALIAN ABSTRACT ART / ARTE POVERA.) Accardi,

(ITALIAN ABSTRACT ART / ARTE POVERA.) 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

Lot: 147 - (JAPANESE CERAMICS.) Yanagi, Soetsu. Shoji Hamada.

(JAPANESE CERAMICS.) Yanagi, Soetsu. Shoji Hamada. Text in Japanese and English. Edited by Soetsu Yanagi. 26 tipped-in color photographic plates, 113 black-and-white photographs. Essays by Hamada and Bernard Leach. Folio, original embossed lettered

Lot: 148 - (JAPANESE FAIRY TALES.) Hearn, Lafcadio;

(JAPANESE FAIRY TALES.) Hearn, Lafcadio; translator. Japanese Fairy Tales. 5 volumes. Color woodblock illustrations printed on crepe paper. 8vo, original sewn crepe paper wrappers; publisher's board Chi-tsu box with faux bone clasps and cover label,

Lot: 149 - (JAPANESE PRINTS.) Harunobu Zenshu. Complete Works

(JAPANESE PRINTS.) Harunobu Zenshu. Complete Works of Harunobu. Japanese text. Color woodcut endpapers, title-page, and one tipped-in print, plus 13 color plates; 670 black-and-white reproductions. 4to, cloth-backed decorative boards, spine faded

Lot: 150 - JAPANESE PRINTS. Matsukata, Saburo; editor. One

(JAPANESE PRINTS.) Matsukata, Saburo; editor. One Hundred New Views of Japan Through Pictorial Woodcuts. English and Japanese text and captions. 100 color woodcuts of landscapes by mid-century Japanese artists including Shiko Munakata, Kazuo Takada,

Lot: 151 - (JONES, DAVID.) Coleridge, Samuel Taylor. The Rime

(JONES, DAVID.) Coleridge, Samuel Taylor. The Rime of the Ancient Mariner. 10 copper-engraved plates by Jones. 4to, original 1/4 gilt-lettered cream cloth over green boards, spine toned and lightly soiled, tips rubbed, scattered moderate rubbing and

Lot: 152 - JONES, DAVID. The Chester Play of The Deluge.

JONES, DAVID. The Chester Play of The Deluge. 10 wood engravings by Jones printed from the original blocks. Folio, 1/4 gilt-lettered cloth over marbled boards; dust jacket; board slipcase with printed labels. London: Clover Hill Editions, 1977

Lot: 153 - JONES, SHIRLEY / RED HEN PRESS. Ordinary Cats.

JONES, SHIRLEY / RED HEN PRESS. Ordinary Cats. 5 mezzotints by Jones, numbered I/70, titled, dated, and signed in pencil, lower margins. 381x305 mm; 15x12 inches, sheets. Large folio, prints loose as issued in publisher's blue cloth drop-back box

Lot: 154 - (JUDD, DONALD / CONTEMPORARY ART.) Smith, Brydon.

(JUDD, DONALD / CONTEMPORARY ART.) Smith, Brydon. Donald Judd: A Catalogue of the Exhibition at the National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa 24 May-6 July, 1975 / Catalogue Raisonné of Paintings, Objects, and Wood-Blocks 1960-1974. 4 color plates

Lot: 155 - (JUGENDSTIL/WIENER WERKSTÄTTE.) Berger, Druck

(JUGENDSTIL/WIENER WERKSTÄTTE.) Berger, Druck A. Ball der Stadt Wien 1909: Gedenktage aus dem Jahre 1809: Eine Erinnerung. 12 color plates by Remigius Geyling featuring street scenes, figures such as Haydn and Napoleon, and other events in

Lot: 156 - (JUNIOR ETCHING CLUB.) Passages from Modern

(JUNIOR ETCHING CLUB.) Passages from Modern English Poets Illustrated by the Junior Etching Club. 47 etchings by J.M. Whistler (2), J.e. Millais, Keene, John Tenniel (War and Glory), Henry Moore, Walter Severn, and others. Plates measure 266x216 mm;

Lot: 157 - (KELMSCOTT PRESS.) Mackail, John William. Biblia

(KELMSCOTT PRESS.) Mackail, John William. Biblia Innocentium: Being the Story of God's Chosen People . . . for Children. Decorative woodcut heading for Chapter One and decorative initials throughout 8vo, original gilt-lettered vellum, bowed, some

Lot: 158 - (KELMSCOTT PRESS.) Morris, William. The Defence of

(KELMSCOTT PRESS.) Morris, William. The Defence of Guenevere. Printed in red and black in Golden type. Wood-engraved border and initials designed by Morris, engraved printer's device. Small 4to, original limp vellum with green silk ties, faded at

Lot: 159 - (KELMSCOTT PRESS.) Morris, William. A Note by

(KELMSCOTT PRESS.) Morris, William. A Note by William Morris on his Aims in Founding the Kelmscott Press. Together with a Short Description of the Press by S. C. Cockerell, & an Annotated List of the Books Printed Thereat. Printed in red and

Lot: 160 - (KELMSCOTT PRESS / WALTER CRANE.) Morris, William.

(KELMSCOTT PRESS / WALTER CRANE.) Morris, William. The Story of the Glittering Plain which has been also called the Land of Living Men or the Acre of the Undying. Printed in Troy type in red and black. Title-page after design by Morris; border,

Lot: 161 - (KELMSCOTT PRESS.) Ruskin, John. The Nature of

(KELMSCOTT PRESS.) Ruskin, John. The Nature of Gothic. Illustrated with ornamental woodcut borders, initials, and printers' devices. 8vo, full vellum with silk ties, gilt-lettered spine; bookplate mounted to front pastedown. one of 500 unnumbered

Lot: 162 - (KELMSCOTT PRESS / EPHEMERA.) Group of 7 print

(KELMSCOTT PRESS / EPHEMERA.) Group of 7 print lists and 2 Order Forms. Dated December, 1892; July 2nd, 1894; December 1st, 1894; November 26th, 1895; June 1st, 1896; February 16th, 1897; July 28th, 1897; Order forms for: Beowulf, January 15th,

Lot: 163 - (KENMORE PRESS.) Collins, Billy. Pokerface.

(KENMORE PRESS.) Collins, Billy. Pokerface. Oblong 8vo, Japanese style stabbed and sewn binding by Steven and Meryl Chayt with silk screened cover from a photograph by Judy Lane. Designed and Printed by Steven Chayt. Fine condition. (Los Angeles,

Lot: 164 - (KENT, ROCKWELL.) Burke, John [pseud. of Ralph

(KENT, ROCKWELL.) Burke, John [pseud. of Ralph Pulitzer]. Dreams and Derisions. 65 illustrations and decorations by Kent. 4to, gilt-lettered 1/2 brown calf over marbled boards, some uneven fading and light rubbing. number 79 of 200 copies

Lot: 165 - KENT, ROCKWELL. Printer's dummy for "It's Me O

KENT, ROCKWELL. Printer's dummy for "It's Me O Lord; The Autobiography of Rockwell Kent." Pasted color frontispiece proof, half-title, title, and 13 printed test pages with two single pages from chapter beginnings and numerous illustrations. 8vo,

Lot: 166 - (KING, JESSIE M.). Morris, William. The Defence of

(KING, JESSIE M.). Morris, William. The Defence of Guenevere and Other Poems. 24 plates, plus head- and tailpieces by King throughout. 8vo, publisher's Art Nouveau style gilt-pictorial red cloth, also designed by King, unusually bright; top edges

Lot: 167 - KLEY, HEINRICH. The Drawings.

KLEY, HEINRICH. The Drawings. Introduction by Arthur Miller. 63 pages containing numerous reproductions of Kley's drawings. Folio, publisher's slubbed linen stamped in brown, unevenly toned, spine edges and tips frayed; hinges cracked, slight mildew

Lot: 168 - KLIMT, GUSTAV; and MAX EISLER. Eine Nachlese.

KLIMT, GUSTAV; and MAX EISLER. Eine Nachlese. 30 plates by Klimt, including 15 in color, heightened with metallic inks. 483x457 mm; 19x18 inches, sheets. Folio, contents loose as issued in original gilt-stamped green board folding box; prints

Lot: 169 - (KLIMT, GUSTAV / VIENNA SECESSION.) Das Werk von

(KLIMT, GUSTAV / VIENNA SECESSION.) Das Werk von Gustav Klimt. Text by Hermann Bahr and Peter Altenberg. 49 (of 50) richly printed collotype plates including 10 printed in color and heightened in gold and silver, all with specially designed unique

Lot: 170 - KLIMT, GUSTAV. 50 Handzeichnungen.

KLIMT, GUSTAV. 50 Handzeichnungen. Foreword by Hermann Bahr. 50 plates reproducing erotic drawings by Klimt from 1904-1918. 267x203 mm; 10 1/2x8 inches, sheets, loose as issued with text, laid into publisher's portfolio title-stamped in gold with

Lot: 171 - (KLIMT, GUSTAV / VIENNA SECESSION). Ver Sacrum.

(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: 172 - (KLIMT, GUSTAV / VIENNA SECESSION.) Ver Sacrum.

(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: 173 - (KLINGER, MAX.) Apuleius. Amor und Psyche.

(KLINGER, MAX.) Apuleius. Amor und Psyche. German text, translated by Reinhold Jachmann. 15 etched plates and 31 mounted vignettes by Klinger, each with decorative borders. Small folio, publisher's gilt-lettered vellum scattered mostly marginal

Lot: 174 - KOBLIHA, FRANTIŠEK. / CZECH MODERNISM.

KOBLIHA, FRANTIŠEK. / CZECH MODERNISM. Mstivá Kantilena. 14 linoleum cuts. Title-page and plate list in Czech. 212x153 mm; 8 1/2x6 inches (images), full margins. Each signed in pencil, lower right. Thin 4to, bound into original pictorial

Lot: 175 - (KOKOSCHKA, OSKAR.) Shakespeare, William. King

(KOKOSCHKA, OSKAR.) Shakespeare, William. King Lear. 16 lithographs by Kokoschka on handmade Crisbrook paper by J. Barcham Green, printed by J. E. Wolfensberger, Zurich. Fell text hand-set and printed by Vivian Ridler at University Press, Oxford.

Lot: 176 - (LE BA DANG / CONTEMPORARY ART.) TENAND, SUZANNE.

(LE BA DANG / CONTEMPORARY ART.) TENAND, SUZANNE. LeBaDang. 3 color lithographs by Le Ba Dang, 245x195; 9 3/4x7 5/8 inches, sheet, each signed in pencil, two numbered, and one marked as the artist's proof; 5 smaller mounted photographic plates. 8vo,

Lot: 177 - LEMAITRE, JULES; and Blanche Odin. Contes Blancs.

LEMAITRE, JULES; and Blanche Odin. Contes Blancs. 74 pages containing hand watercolored illustrations by Odin, plus an additional uncolored suite printed in sepia, grey, and blue. 8vo, vellum gilt-stamped with triple fillet borders and floral device

Lot: 178 - LEPAPE, GEORGES / COSTUME / THEATER. Costumes de

LEPAPE, GEORGES / COSTUME / THEATER. Costumes de Théâtre Ballets & Divertissements. Preface by Henri Bidou. 21 pochoir plates featuring costume and stage design, colored by Jean Saudé. Tall thin 8vo, contents loose as issued in

Lot: 179 - (LIMITED EDITIONS CLUB / PRESS.) Beckett, Samuel.

(LIMITED EDITIONS CLUB / PRESS.) Beckett, Samuel. Nohow On. 6 aquatints in white and cream by Robert Ryman printed on Cartiere Enrico Magnani paper by the Shagbark Press. 8vo, morocco, sewn and bound by Carol Joyce; suede-lined slipcase; prospectus

Lot: 180 - (LIMITED EDITIONS CLUB / PRESS.) Dodgson, Charles

(LIMITED EDITIONS CLUB / PRESS.) Dodgson, Charles Lutwidge (Lewis Car Alice's Adventures in Wonderland * Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There. Together, 2 volumes. Illustrations by John Tenniel, re-engraved by Frederic Warde. 8vo,

Lot: 181 - (LIMITED EDITIONS CLUB / PRESS.) Carroll, Lewis.

(LIMITED EDITIONS CLUB / PRESS.) Carroll, Lewis. Through the Looking Glass and What Alice Found There. Illustrated by John Tenniel re-engraved by Frederic Warde. 8vo, publisher's gilt-stamped cobalt blue calf; all edges trimmed and gilt; original

Lot: 182 - (LIMITED EDITIONS CLUB / PRESS.) Frost, Robert.

(LIMITED EDITIONS CLUB / PRESS.) Frost, Robert. Complete Poems of Robert Frost. 2 volumes. Wood-engraved decorations by Thomas W. Nason. 4to, denim cloth with gilt-lettered morocco spine labels; lacks slipcase. number 922 of 1500 numbered sets

Lot: 183 - (LIMITED EDITIONS CLUB / PRESS.) Harrer, Heinrich.

(LIMITED EDITIONS CLUB / PRESS.) 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

Lot: 184 - (LIMITED EDITIONS CLUB / PRESS.) Hersey, John.

(LIMITED EDITIONS CLUB / PRESS.) Hersey, John. Hiroshima. First printing of this poem by Robert Penn Warren. Color silkscreeen plates by Jacob Lawrence. 4to, black leather stamped in blind, some surface rubbing, mostly from board slipcase;

Lot: 185 - (LIMITED EDITIONS CLUB / PRESS.) Michals, Duane;

(LIMITED EDITIONS CLUB / PRESS.) Michals, Duane; photographer. A Tribute to Cavafy: A Selection of Poems with Photogravures. Greek text with English translations by Edmund Keeley and Philip Sherrard. 5 monochrome photogravure plates by Michals.

Lot: 186 - (LIMITED EDITIONS CLUB / PRESS.) Miller, Arthur.

(LIMITED EDITIONS CLUB / PRESS.) Miller, Arthur. Death of a Salesman. Illustrated with 5 etchings by Leonard Baskin printed by Bruce Chandler at The Heron Press. 4to, gilt-lettered brown morocco by Gray Parrot; slipcase. This copy marked "B.B.," and

Lot: 187 - (LIMITED EDITIONS CLUB / BERENICE ABBOTT / PRESS.)

(LIMITED EDITIONS CLUB / BERENICE ABBOTT / PRESS.) Mitchell, Joseph. The Bottom of the Harbor. 5 hand-pulled photogravures by Berenice Abbott, printed by Jon Goodman, after her photographs of New York City harbor scenes. 4to, 1/4 gilt-lettered

Lot: 188 - (LIMITED EDITIONS CLUB / PRESS.) Pasternak, Boris.

(LIMITED EDITIONS CLUB / PRESS.) Pasternak, Boris. My Sister-Life. Translated by Mark Rudman. Etchings by Yuri Kuper. Large folio, 19 1/4x16 1/2 inches, 1/4 grey leather over homemade paper-covered boards, title-stamped in Russian along spine; linen

Lot: 189 - (LIMITED EDITIONS CLUB / PRESS.) Pound, Ezra.

(LIMITED EDITIONS CLUB / PRESS.) Pound, Ezra. Cathay: Poems After Li Po. 7 color woodcuts by Francesco Clemente. Printed on handmade Ogawashi paper. 4to, light blue silk; matching slipcase. number 278 of 300 copies signed by clemente. New York,

Lot: 190 - (LIMITED EDITIONS CLUB / BALTHUS / PRESS.) Rilke,

(LIMITED EDITIONS CLUB / BALTHUS / PRESS.) Rilke, Rainer Maria. The Sonnets to Orpheus. English and German text. Translated by Stephen Mitchell. Two multi-color woodcuts by Balthus cut and editioned by Keiji Shinohara. Folio, hand-bound in

Lot: 191 - (LIMITED EDITIONS CLUB / PRESS.) Warren, Robert

(LIMITED EDITIONS CLUB / PRESS.) Warren, Robert Penn. All the King's Men. 2 volumes. Photogravures by Hank O'Neal. 4to, 1/4 leather gilt; slipcase. number 159 of 600 sets signed by warren and o'neal. New York, (1989)

Lot: 192 - (LIMITED EDITIONS CLUB / PRESS.) Whitman, Walt.

(LIMITED EDITIONS CLUB / PRESS.) 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,

Lot: 193 - (LIMITED EDITIONS CLUB / PRESS.) Williams,

(LIMITED EDITIONS CLUB / PRESS.) Williams, Tennessee. A Streetcar Named Desire. Illustrated by Al Hirschfeld. Folio, leather-backed patterned cloth over boards, spine faded along top section; board slipcase, moderate edgewear; prospectus laid in.

Lot: 194 - LUM, BERTHA / GRAPHICS. Javanese Dancer * Moon

LUM, BERTHA / GRAPHICS. Javanese Dancer * Moon Gate. 2 color woodblock prints. Javanese Dancer measures 305x235 mm; 12x9 1/4 inches, sheet. Signed by Lum in pencil on recto and titled by her verso. Circa 1935. Old cellotape remnant to top of verso *

Lot: 195 - LÉGER, FERNAND. Cirque.

LÉGER, FERNAND. Cirque. 63 lithographs by Léger including, 34 printed in colors and 29 in black-and-white, both hors- and in-texte. 425x320 mm; 16 3/4x12 3/4 inches. Title-page and text designed by Léger as well (the text after his

Lot: 196 - (MAILLOL, ARISTIDE.) Virgil. Les Géorgiques.

(MAILLOL, ARISTIDE.) Virgil. Les Géorgiques. 3 volumes (two of text, one containing two suites of plates). Latin text with French translation by L'Abbé Jacques Delille. 122 woodcuts in each suite including illustrated initial letters, by

Lot: 197 - MAN RAY. To Be Continued Unnoticed. Some Papers by

MAN RAY. To Be Continued Unnoticed. Some Papers by Man Ray in Connection with His Exposition December 1948. 7 reproductions and text leaves on pink and yellow papers, and one photogravure signed and numbered 2/125 by man ray. Thin 4to, contents

Lot: 198 - (MANUSCRIPT BOOK.) "Jack in the Pulpit by J. G.

(MANUSCRIPT BOOK.) "Jack in the Pulpit by J. G. Whittier." Manuscript gift book in unknown hand with 22 pages of cursive verse and 14 pages of watercolored flowers referred to in the poem, on facing pages. 8vo, 19th century goatskin with title and

Lot: 199 - (MANUSCRIPT FACSIMILE.) The Book of Kells

(MANUSCRIPT FACSIMILE.) The Book of Kells [Evangeliorum Quattuor Codex Cenannensis]. 3 volumes. First two volumes illustrated with 48 tipped-in color plates and numerous full-page black-and-white illustrations. 15 3/4x11 3/4 inches. Thick folio,

Lot: 200 - (MARQUET, ALBERT.) Brosses, Charles de.

(MARQUET, ALBERT.) Brosses, Charles de. Séjour à Venise. Quatre Lettres Familières du Président de Brosses. 31 engravings in the text by Marquet, including 5 finished in watercolor on the chapter opening pages also containing

Lot: 201 - (MASJUTIN, WASSILIJ.) Pushkin, A. S. Ruslan und

(MASJUTIN, WASSILIJ.) Pushkin, A. S. Ruslan und Ludmilla. Ein phantastisches Märchen. 9 hand-colored plates by Masjutin. Folio, original 1/4 gilt-lettered vellum spine over pictorial boards, scattered soiling, slightly bowed; scattered foxing,

Lot: 202 - MATISSE, HENRI. Portraits.

MATISSE, HENRI. Portraits. English text. Lithographed frontispiece (Duthuit 670); 33 tipped-in color plates, 60 in black-and-white, printed by Mourlot after drawings by Matisse. 4to, publisher's pictorial wrappers with glassine dust jacket, lightly

Lot: 203 - MATISSE, HENRI. Portraits.

MATISSE, HENRI. Portraits. English text. Lithographed frontispiece (Duthuit 670); 33 tipped-in color plates, 60 in black-and-white, printed by Mourlot after drawings by Matisse. 4to, publisher's pictorial wrappers with glassine dust jacket;

Lot: 204 - McGRAW, DeLOSS; and SNODGRASS, W. D. / BRIGHTON

McGRAW, DeLOSS; and SNODGRASS, W. D. Midnight Carnival. Printed in red and black. 10 poems by W. D. Snodgrass printed in Monotype Bembo on Rives Heavyweight, illustrated with 10 brightly colored etchings ("print-paintings") by DeLoss McGraw on Rives

Lot: 205 - MELCHERS, FRANZ M.; and THOMAS BRAUN. L'An:

MELCHERS, FRANZ M.; and THOMAS BRAUN. L'An: Poëmes. Cover design and 16 beautiful color plates representing each month, plus 4 for each season, by Melchers. Square folio, 303x295 11x11 3/4 inches, original wrappers, spine and edges reinforced

Lot: 206 - (MEXICAN ART / MOLINA, BENJAMIN; artist.) Romero,

(MEXICAN ART / MOLINA, BENJAMIN; artist.) Romero, J. Rubén. La Vida Inútil de Pito Pérez. Bound volume containing 206 original drawings plus the final published work, created as a gift presentation. The drawings, each signed and

Lot: 207 - MIRÓ, JOAN. "Cartones." 1959-1965.

MIRÓ, JOAN. "Cartones." 1959-1965. 2 color lithographs (one double-page; one Signed and numbered), lithographed cover and numerous color and black and white illustrations. 315x220 mm; 12 1/2x8 3/4 inches (sheets), full margins, loose as issued

Lot: 208 - (MODERN PRESS / JAZZ.) Group of 6 limited editions

(MODERN PRESS / JAZZ.) Group of 6 limited editions from Caliban Press and others. Illustrated. 8vo, original bindings. Condition fine. Vp, vd

Lot: 209 - MOORE, HENRY. Mother and Child.

MOORE, HENRY. Mother and Child. Text in French and English. Preface by Bertrand Cramer. One loose etching "Mother and Child C" (Cramer 711) in bistre on Barcham Green paper, numbered 38/50 and signed by Moore, in pencil, lower image, 102x127 mm; 4x5

Lot: 210 - MOORE, HENRY. Sketchbook 1980.

MOORE, HENRY. Sketchbook 1980. Portfolio with facsimile sketchbook and catalogue. One etching with aquatint in colors, Signed and numbered 47/75 in pencil, lower margin. 188x235 mm; 9 1/4x7 1/4 inches, full margins, loose as issued. Printed by James

Lot: 211 - MUCHA, ALPHONSE / ART NOUVEAU. Ilsée

MUCHA, ALPHONSE / ART NOUVEAU. Ilsée Prinzessin von Tripolis. 132 color lithographed illustrations and borders surrounding the text, cover, six letters, fleurons, and culs-de-lampe, by Mucha. German text. Small folio, original illustrated

Lot: 212 - (NASH, PAUL.) Postan, Alexander. The Complete

(NASH, PAUL.) Postan, Alexander. The Complete Graphic Work of Paul Nash. 4 unpublished woodcuts and 89 reproductions with catalogue descriptions. 8vo, 1/4 red morocco; small soft crease to lower margin of last print; cloth slipcase. London, (1973)

Lot: 213 - (NEW YORK CITY.) Shaw, Charles. Nightlife: Vanity

(NEW YORK CITY.) Shaw, Charles. Nightlife: Vanity Fair's Intimate Guide to New York After Dark. Illustrations and decorations by Raymond Bret-Koch. 8vo, publisher's pictorial cloth, light wear. New York, 1931

Lot: 214 - NICHOLSON, WILLIAM. An Almanac of Twelve Sports *

NICHOLSON, WILLIAM. An Almanac of Twelve Sports * London Types. Together, 2 volumes. Each containing 12 color woodblock prints by Nicholson with facing descriptions. 4to, original pictorial boards, scattered wear; endleaves a bit shaken, usual

Lot: 215 - NICHOLSON, WILLIAM. Douze Portraits * Twelve

NICHOLSON, WILLIAM. Douze Portraits * Twelve Portraits. Together, the French, and English editions, respectively, of the First and Second Series of Nicholson's 12 portraits volumes. Each containing 12 color woodcut plates, captioned in the margins

Lot: 216 - (NIELSEN, KAY.) [Asbjornsen, Peter Christian; and

(NIELSEN, KAY.) [Asbjornsen, Peter Christian; and Moe, Jorgen I.] East of the Sun and West of the Moon. Old Tales from the North. 25 tipped-in color plates with lettered tissue guards and numerous decorations and illustrations, by Nielsen. 4to,

Lot: 217 - (NONESUCH PRESS.) Herodotus. The History of

(NONESUCH PRESS.) Herodotus. The History of Herodotus of Halicarnassus. 10 wood engravings including the frontispiece, 1 color plate, and 9 maps (7 double-page) by T. Poulton. Thick small folio, publisher's 1/4 gilt-decorated robin's egg blue vellum

Lot: 218 - (NONESUCH PRESS.) Homer. The Iliad [and] The

(NONESUCH PRESS.) Homer. The Iliad [and] The Odyssey. Together, 2 volumes. Translated into English by Alexander Pope, with parallel text in Greek. Title-pages and chapter heads printed in black and red. Ornaments by Rudolf Koch and Fritz Kredel.

Lot: 219 - (NONESUCH PRESS.) Milton, John. Poems in English.

(NONESUCH PRESS.) Milton, John. Poems in English. 2 volumes. Illustrations by William Blake. 8vo, handsomely rebound in grey morocco gilt with black calf spine title labels, by Asprey; top edges trimmed and gilt. number 188 of 1450 sets printed.

Lot: 220 - (NONESUCH PRESS.) Shakespeare, William. The Works

(NONESUCH PRESS.) Shakespeare, William. The Works of Shakespeare: The Text of the First Folio with Quarto Variants and a Selection of Modern Readings. 7 volumes. Edited by Herbert Farjeon. Designed by Francis Meynell. 8vo, publisher's full brown

Lot: 221 - O'KEEFFE, GEORGIA. Georgia O'Keeffe.

O'KEEFFE, GEORGIA. Georgia O'Keeffe. 108 color reproductions with full catalogue descriptions at rear; additional suite of 16 plates in separate folder at rear with cover photograph of O'Keeffe by Juan Hamilton. Folio, black cloth; matching cloth

Lot: 222 - (OCCULT.) Hall, Manley Palmer / (JOHN HENRY NASH.)

(OCCULT.) Hall, Manley Palmer / (JOHN HENRY NASH.) An Encyclopedic Outline of Masonic, Hermetic, Qabbalistic, and Rosicrucian Symbolical Philosophy . . . Fifth Edition. Printed in blue, orange, and black. 48 color plates by J. Augustus Knapp,

Lot: 223 - (OFFICINA BODONI.) Boccaccio, Giovanni. The Nymphs

(OFFICINA BODONI.) Boccaccio, Giovanni. The Nymphs of Fiesole. 23 woodcut illustrations by Bartolomeo di Giovanni reassembled and re-cut for this edition by Fritz Kredel. Printed in Griffon type on Fabriano paper. 4to, 1/4 gilt-lettered vellum over

Lot: 224 - (OFFICINA BODONI; printers). Wasson, R. Gordon.

(OFFICINA BODONI; printers). Wasson, R. Gordon. Soma: Divine Mushroom of Immortality. 2 plates after Charles Poluzzi, colored in pochoir by D. Jacomet of Paris, 18 colored plates, 3 maps, and a folding letterpress chart. 4to, gilt-lettered navy

Lot: 225 - (OMAR KHAYYÁM.) Bjerregaard, C.H.A. Sufi

(OMAR KHAYYÁM.) Bjerregaard, C.H.A. Sufi Interpretations of The Quatraine of Omar Khayyám and Fitzgerald. Chromolithographed additional title, 6 watercolored plates, some heightened in gold, and 3 monochrome plates, each with lettered

Lot: 226 - (PAPER / TRADE CATALOGUE.) The Strathmore Quality

(PAPER / TRADE CATALOGUE.) The Strathmore Quality Covers and Bristols. Volume I, Series 150. Over 50 paper and printing samples divided into sections. Oblong 8vo, original string-tied, cloth-backed printed boards, minor wear. Mittineague,

Lot: 227 - (PARIS EXPOSITION / ART DECO.) Rigal, Pierre.

(PARIS EXPOSITION / ART DECO.) Rigal, Pierre. Engraved award for an exhibitor at the Paris Exposition. "Exposition Internationale des Arts Décoratifs et Industriels Modernes Paris 1925. Diplôme Commémoratif Monsieur R. Kepl, Membre du

Lot: 228 - (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, very thin faint unobtrusive remnants of an earlier celluloid dust jacket;

Lot: 229 - PENFIELD, EDWARD / POSTER. Harper's February 1895.

PENFIELD, EDWARD / POSTER. Harper's February 1895. 464x326 mm; 18 1/4x13 inches, backed with linen. Soft horizontal fold below title; small crease through lower right corner; minor repaired tears at edges. Framed. Kiehl 162, DFP-I 341, Weill 118.

Lot: 230 - (PENMAEN / HILLSIDE PRESS / MICHAEL McCURDY.)

(PENMAEN / HILLSIDE PRESS / MICHAEL McCURDY.) Genesis. Wood engraved title-page, half-title design, and 5 illustrations by McCurdy accompanying text of Chapters 2 and 3 of Genesis from the Old Testament set in 12 point Caslon Bold, hand-printed on

Lot: 231 - (PEREGRINE PRESS / BOTANICALS.) Evans, Henry.

(PEREGRINE PRESS / BOTANICALS.) Evans, Henry. Botanical Prints. Group of 7 portfolios, each containing 24 Signed prints. 2 sizes: Vols 7, 11-13 are 21x15 inches and contain prints of varying sizes but 482x330 mm; 19x13 inches on average. Vols 8-10

Lot: 232 - (PICASSO, PABLO.) Buffon, Georges Louis Marie

(PICASSO, PABLO.) Buffon, Georges Louis Marie Leclerc. Eaux-Fortes originales pour des textes de Buffon . 31 hors texte plates with etchings and aquatint, by Picasso, printed by Roger Lacourière with text set by Marthe Fequet and Pierre

Lot: 233 - (PICASSO, PABLO.) Russoli, Franco. Venti Pochoirs

(PICASSO, PABLO.) Russoli, Franco. Venti Pochoirs originali. 20 color pochoirs after Picasso with numbered tissue guards. 376x300 mm; 14 3/4x11 3/4 inches (sheets), full margins. Folio, publisher's cloth-backed pictorial boards, slightly bowed,

Lot: 234 - (PICASSO, PABLO.) Sabartes, Jaime. Toreros.

(PICASSO, PABLO.) Sabartes, Jaime. Toreros. 4 lithographed plates by Picasso, including one in color (Le Picador). English text. Oblong 4to, pictorial red cloth, covers a bit bowed; prints bright; dust jacket. Includes the following lithographs: La

Lot: 235 - (POP ART / CONTEMPORARY ART.) Ford, Charles Henri.

(POP ART / CONTEMPORARY ART.) Ford, Charles Henri. Spare Parts. Spare Parts. Illustrated throughout in multi-colored collage pages of poetry and imagery by Ford; illustrated endpapers. Folio, publisher's illustrated boards, edges rubbed with a

Lot: 236 - (PORTFOLIO / MODERN / CONTEMPORARY ART.) PAROLES

(PORTFOLIO / MODERN / CONTEMPORARY ART.) PAROLES PEINTES. IV. 7 unsigned etchings with aquatint printed in colors, by Debré, Tápies, Tal-Coat, Reynolds, Matta, Lepâtre, and Moore, accompanying poems by Boissonnas, Brossa, Faye, Keats,

Lot: 237 - (POSTERS / GRAPHICS.) Warren, F.L. "In Hearts too

(POSTERS / GRAPHICS.) Warren, F.L. "In Hearts too young for Enmity..." Illustrated portfolio with 9 plates (of 10?) and accompanying verse by Ethel Blair Jordan. 356x280mm; 14x11 inches. Folio, pictorial wrappers, some light spotting and toning;

Lot: 238 - (RACKHAM, ARTHUR.) Aesop. Fables d'Esope.

(RACKHAM, ARTHUR.) Aesop. Fables d'Esope. 13 tipped-in color plates by Rackham, with lettered tissue guards, and 12 black-and-white illustrations. 4to, publisher's gilt-pictorial cream cloth, spine evenly toned; scattered offsetting, light foxing to

Lot: 239 - (RACKHAM, ARTHUR.) Barrie, James M. Piter Pan dans

(RACKHAM, ARTHUR.) Barrie, James M. Piter Pan dans Les Jardins de Kensington. 50 tipped-in color plates by Rackham with lettered tissue guards. Thick 8vo, publisher's gilt-pictorial russet cloth, slightly rubbed, spine a touch faded. first french

Lot: 240 - (RACKHAM, ARTHUR.) Barrie, J. M. Piter Pan: Douze

(RACKHAM, ARTHUR.) Barrie, J. M. Piter Pan: Douze Réproductions en Couleur 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: 241 - (RACKHAM, ARTHUR.) Carroll, Lewis. Alice's

(RACKHAM, ARTHUR.) Carroll, Lewis. Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. Illustrated with 13 tipped-in color plates by Rackham with lettered tissue guards, and numerous black-and-white illustrations. 4to, cloth-backed green boards with gilt lettering

Lot: 242 - (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: 243 - (RACKHAM, ARTHUR.) Moore, Clement C. The Night

(RACKHAM, ARTHUR.) Moore, Clement C. The Night Before Christmas. Printed 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: 244 - (RACKHAM, ARTHUR.) Swinburne, Algernon Charles.

(RACKHAM, ARTHUR.) Swinburne, Algernon Charles. The Springtide of Life. 9 tipped-in color plates by Rackham, with lettered tissue guards. 4to, publisher's gilt-stamped 1/4 vellum, average wear; top edges gilt, early owner's inscription on

Lot: 245 - (RACKHAM, ARTHUR.) Wagner, Richard. Rhinegold and

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

Lot: 246 - RAUSCHENBERG, ROBERT / CONTEMPORARY ART. Merce

RAUSCHENBERG, ROBERT. Merce Cunningham & Dance Company. Brooklyn Academy of Music. January 5 thru 16. Offset lithographed poster and accompanying copy of the typed program by The Friends of Merce Cunningham on Cunningham Dance Foundation, Inc.

Lot: 247 - (RAVILIOUS, ERIC.) Richards, J. M. The Wood

(RAVILIOUS, ERIC.) Richards, J. M. The Wood Engravings of Eric Ravilious. Printed on pale blue parchment paper at the Curwen Press. 113 pages reproducing the illustrations, 3 folding (one creased at fold), first issue binding by Henry Brooks, Ltd.,

Lot: 248 - RAVILIOUS, ERIC; and J. M. RICHARDS. High Street.

RAVILIOUS, ERIC; and J. M. RICHARDS. High Street. Wood-engraved title vignette and 24 lithographed illustrations by Ravilious of English shop fronts. 8vo, publisher's illustrated boards in blue, black, and brown, slightly bowed, spine ends, joints,

Lot: 249 - (ROGERS, BRUCE / RIVERSIDE PRESS.) The Song of

(ROGERS, BRUCE / RIVERSIDE PRESS.) The Song of Roland. Translated from the French by Isabel Butler. Designed by Bruce Rogers. Hand-set in French Gothic and Civilité types printed in four colors and gold on handmade paper. Hand-colored

Lot: 250 - SAAR, BETYE / LIMITED EDITIONS CLUB. Six

SAAR, BETYE / LIMITED EDITIONS CLUB. Six Serigraphs for Bookmarks in the Pages of Life. 6 serigraphs illustrating stories of Zora Neale Hurston, 381x279 mm; 15x11 inches (sheet), each numbered 55/75 and signed by saar, lower margins, Title, plate

Lot: 251 - (SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM / RUDOLF KOCH / OTHON

(SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM / RUDOLF KOCH / OTHON COUBINE.) Ten Sonnets. Printed in blue and black in Rudolf Koch Roman type of Gebrüder Klingspor in Offenbach, printed by Hauser and Co., Frankfurt. 10 etchings by Coubine; decorations by Koch. 4to,

Lot: 252 - SPIEGELMAN, ART / GRAPHICS / CONTEMPORARY ART.

SPIEGELMAN, ART / GRAPHICS / CONTEMPORARY ART. "Full House." Lithograph in black and light blue on Pescia paper. 368x568 mm; 14 1/2x22 1/4 inches, taped along top edge verso to window matte; framed. Numbered 3/200 and Signed by Spiegelman, in blue

Lot: 253 - (SURREALISM / BRETON, ANDRÉ.) Exposition

(SURREALISM / BRETON, ANDRÉ.) Exposition Internationale du Surréalisme. Invitation announcement card for the January 17, 1938 opening at the Galerie Beaux-Arts. 110x140 mm; 4 1/2x5 1/2 inches. The landmark Exposition Internationale du

Lot: 254 - (SURREALISM.) Dalí, Salvador. Declaration of

(SURREALISM.) Dalí, Salvador. Declaration of the Independence of the Imagination and the Rights of Man to His Own Madness. 4 pages. Tall single folding folio sheet (15x8 3/4 inches as folded), some separation and toning along horizontal and

Lot: 255 - (SURREALISM.) Ford, Charles Henri; editor. View:

(SURREALISM.) Ford, Charles Henri; editor. View: The Modern Magazine. 11 issues. Contributions by Duchamp, Ernst, Cornell, Leger, Masson, Magritte, Tanguy, Tchelitchew, and many others. Thin 4to, pictorial wrappers, some spines rubbed but overall

Lot: 256 - (SURREALISM.) Julien Levy Gallery. Max Ernst

(SURREALISM.) Julien Levy Gallery. Max Ernst Exhibition Surrealist. Broadside announcement for Ernst's first solo show in the United States (November 18th-December 9th, 1932). Black ink printed on light green paper. 318x241 mm; 12 1/2x9 1/2 inches,

Lot: 257 - (SURREALISM.) The Copley Galleries. Yves Tanguy.

(SURREALISM.) The Copley Galleries. Yves Tanguy. Paintings and Gouaches * Man Ray. Together, 2 exhibition announcements. Tanguy is a single printed folded sheet with die-cut cover revealing one tipped-in color plate ("La dame à l'absence"),

Lot: 258 - (SURREALISM.) The International Surrealist

(SURREALISM.) The International Surrealist Exhibition. Thursday, June 11th to Saturday, July 4th, 1936, New Burlington Galleries. 8vo, printed stapled peach wrappers with Max Ernst's Apollo Belvedere illustration on front cover, scattered wear; text

Lot: 259 - SZYK, ARTHUR. Adam and Eve * Solomon.

SZYK, ARTHUR. Adam and Eve * Solomon. Together, two early ink drawings with watercolor. Adam and Eve measures 233x194 mm; 9 1/4x7 1/4 inches. Signed "A. Szyk 1910 Wilno" in lower margin. With gold and rose watercolor tints applied. Tipped to window

Lot: 260 - SZYK, ARTHUR. Visual History of Nations.

SZYK, ARTHUR. Visual History of Nations. 8 heliochrome sheets from the Visual History of Nations series comprising the title-page for the Airmails of the World Series and 7 countries: Canada, China, France, Great Britain, Israel, Switzerland, and

Lot: 261 - (THEATER / EPHEMERA.) Group of six Bil Baird

(THEATER / EPHEMERA.) Group of six Bil Baird Marionette Theater posters. Color illustrated cardboard sheets for Davy Jones' Locker (their first performance), The Wizard of Oz, Ali Baba and the 40 Thieves, Peter and the Wolf, Pinocchio, and Winnie

Lot: 262 - (TIBET.) Tucci, Giuseppe. Tibetan Painted Scrolls.

(TIBET.) Tucci, Giuseppe. Tibetan Painted Scrolls. 3 volumes comprising 2 text volumes printed on Fabriano paper and portfolio with 256 plates, most in color, some monochrome. Folio, original cloth, spines faded, extremities rubbed; scattered foxing

Lot: 263 - (TIFFANY STUDIOS / TRADE CATALOGUE.) Memorials in

(TIFFANY STUDIOS / TRADE CATALOGUE.) Memorials in Glass & Stone. Profusion of black-and-white photographs and illustrations displaying various monuments, windows, mosaics, windows, and others memorials, as an advertising medium for the

Lot: 264 - TING, WALASSE / CONTEMPORARY ART. 1¢ Life.

TING, WALASSE / CONTEMPORARY ART. 1¢ Life. Edited by, and with, 61 poems by Ting. 62 lithographs including 6 by Sam Francis; other lithographs and screenprints by Francis, Rosenquist, Indiana, Wesselman, Warhol, Rauschenberg, Lichtenstein,

Lot: 265 - (TOULOUSE-LAUTREC, HENRI DE.) Au Cirque.

(TOULOUSE-LAUTREC, HENRI DE.) Au Cirque. 22 tipped-in lithographed reproductions in color and in black. Folio, contents loose as issued in publisher's board folder, worn. Ex-library copy with institutional stamps and inked numbers on mounts and

Lot: 266 - (TOULOUSE-LAUTREC, HENRI DE.) Joyant, Maurice.

(TOULOUSE-LAUTREC, HENRI DE.) Joyant, Maurice. Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec 1864-1901. Peintre * Dessins, Estampes, Affiches. 2 volumes. 106 plates with descriptive text, 2 original drypoint etchings by Toulouse-Lautrec (Charles Maurin and Portrait de

Lot: 267 - (TURKEY / CERAMICS.) Raymond, Alexandre. Vieilles

(TURKEY / CERAMICS.) Raymond, Alexandre. Vieilles Faïences Turques en Asie Mineure et a Constantinople. Introduction and descriptive list by Charles Wulzinger. 40 color plates of architectural tile work. Large folio, (19 1/2x14 inches),

Lot: 268 - TZARA, TRISTAN. La Deuxième Aventure

TZARA, TRISTAN. La Deuxième Aventure céleste de Monsieur Antipyrine. Early reprint. [16] pages. 8vo, printed wrappers; partially unopened. [Paris]: Les classiques des éditions du Réverbères, [1938]

Lot: 269 - VERVE. Volume 1, numbers 2, 3, and 4.

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; numerous reproductions.

Lot: 270 - VERVE. Volume 7, number 27/28: Moods and Movements

VERVE. Volume 7, number 27/28: Moods and Movements in Art. 34 lithographed plates by Chagall, Picasso, Giacometti, Léger, and others; reproductions. Folio, pictorial boards, spine split, covers soiled; some mild offsetting and foxing. First

Lot: 271 - WALKER, KARA / CONTEMPORARY ART. Freedom, A Fable:

WALKER, KARA / CONTEMPORARY ART. Freedom, A Fable: A Curious Interpretation of the Wit of a Negress in Troubled Times. Offset lithographs and five laser-cut, pop-up silhouettes on wove paper designed and cut by David Eisen. 238x213 mm; 9 1/4x9 1/4

Lot: 272 - (WARD, LYND / PENMAEN PRESS.) Face to Face: Twelve

(WARD, LYND / PENMAEN PRESS.) Face to Face: Twelve Contemporary American Artists Interpret Themselves in a Limited Edition of Signed. Original Wood Engravings. Introduction by Leonard Baskin. 12 engraved self portraits, each numbered 59/200 and

Lot: 273 - (WARHOL, ANDY / CONTEMPORARY ART.) Antin, David;

(WARHOL, ANDY / CONTEMPORARY ART.) Antin, David; and Rothenberg, Jerom 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

Lot: 274 - WARHOL, ANDY / CONTEMPORARY ART. Launching at The

WARHOL, ANDY / CONTEMPORARY ART. Launching at The Plaza/Chase and Sanborn. Offset color lithograph on wove paper. 215x279 mm; 8 1/2x10 3/4 inches (sheet). a fun piece by warhol for an event that never took place. The full caption reads "Chase and

Lot: 275 - WARHOL, ANDY; and GERARD MALANGA / CONTEMPORARY

WARHOL, ANDY; and GERARD MALANGA / CONTEMPORARY ART. Screen Tests / A Diary. 54 black-and-white screen test film strips reproduced on acetate, one facing each page of poetry by Gerard Malanga; 10x 7 1/2 inches. Large 8vo, original pictorial

Lot: 276 - WARHOL, ANDY; and Pat Hackett / CONTEMPORARY ART.

WARHOL, ANDY; and Pat Hackett / CONTEMPORARY ART. POPism. Photographic plates. 8vo, 1/4 black cloth lettered in metallic blue; publisher's dust jacket signed by warhol and with cat whiskers applied to his face, some spotting to inside rear flap.

Lot: 277 - WEBER, MAX. Woodcuts and Linoleum Blocks.

WEBER, MAX. Woodcuts and Linoleum Blocks. 31 woodcut plates and two small vignettes by Weber. 8vo, original linen; glassine dust jacket; board slipcase. Printed by the Spiral Press. first edition. number 18 of 225 copies signed by weber.

Lot: 278 - (ZWORKINE, BORIS.) Pushkin, A. S. Boris Godounov.

(ZWORKINE, BORIS.) Pushkin, A. S. Boris Godounov. 15 color wood engravings by Zworkine; separate suite in black-and-white laid into separate portfolio. Translated by A. Baranoff. 8vo, original printed green wrappers, spine evenly faded; slipcase.




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