Johnson, Robert Flynn; Breuer, Karin and Louise Siddons. Rembrandt to Thiebaud: A Decade of Collecting Works on Paper. Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, 2007. ISBN: 9780884011279. Unmarked text. Bumped edges and spine. Stamped “Judy” on front end page. Good. Paperback. (#26833) $40.00
Catalog for June 23-October 7, 2007 exhibition. 88p. Well illustrated.
An introduction to the Achenbach Collection for Graphic Arts at the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, one of the most significant bodies of works on paper in an American museum. Color reproductions. Artists include Mantegna, Goltzius, Daguerre, Winslow Homer, Stanley Hayter, Richard Diebenkorn, Gerhard Richter, Julie Mehretu, Lucian Freud, etc.
Klapthor, Margaret Brown. The First Ladies Hall. The National Museum of History and Technology, Smithsonian Institution, 1981. ISBN: 0874741335. Unmarked text. Date on title page. Sticker inside cover. Very Good. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#26816) $10.00
Introduction to a collection of dresses worn by First Ladies in every administration that is installed in period rooms so that the dresses are presented in surroundings much like those in which they were originally worn. 24p.
Illustrated throughout. Text in German, French, and English. 34p plus an 4 biographical section on color stock. Measures 8.25×11.75 inches.
This catalog offers a guide to the work of this extraordinary artist.
Hans Erni (1909-2015) was a Swiss painter, graphic artist and sculptor. His prolific career includes designs for the Swiss Red Cross and UNESCO as well as murals, art, and design work. His museum, in Luzerne, opened in 1979.
Poster is folded into 12 panels. Printed on both sides, with color images on one side and Black/White images and text on the other. Photographs of the artist at work.
Unfolded measurement is 49×29.5 inches unfolded. Folded side is 8.25×11.75 inches.
Text is in German, French and English.
Depicted figures include Prometheus, Darwin, Gutenberg, Einstein, and others. Hans Erni (1909-2015) was a Swiss painter, graphic artist and sculptor. His prolific career includes designs for the Swiss Red Cross and UNESCO as well as murals, art, and design work. His museum, in Luzerne, opened in 1979.
Jones, Elizabeth H. Monet Unveiled a New Look at Boston’s Paintings (Museum of Fine Arts, Boston). Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 1977. ISBN: 0878461213. Unmarked text. Monet cut-out on cover, with slight damage to the “M”. Good. Paperback. (#26794) $10.00
An exhibition dedicated to the memory of Eugene and Agnes E. Meyer, who bequeathed their fine collection of Far Eastern art to the Freer. Agnes was active in founding the Freer Gallery. One of her daughters was Katherine (Meyer) Graham of the Washington Post, a paper Eugene Meyer bought at a bankruptcy auction.
Mount Vernon China. Mount Vernon, VA: The Mount Vernon Ladies’ Association of the Union, 1962. Unmarked. Some scraping at spine inside cover. Illustrations (47) in color and B/W. An introduction to the Washington family chinaware. Good. Paperback. (#26776) $10.00