FRALIN, F: Terra Sancta: Photographs from Israel and Sinai, Nepal and the North American Deserts (Frank DiPerna, Arnold Kramer, Bernis von zur Muehlen, Peter von zur Muehlen)

Terra Sancta: Photographs from Israel and Sinai, Nepal and the North American Deserts, imageFralin, Frances. Terra Sancta: Photographs from Israel and Sinai, Nepal and the North American Deserts (Frank DiPerna, Arnold Kramer, Bernis von zur Muehlen, Peter von zur Muehlen). Washington DC: Corcoran Gallery of Art, 1990. ISBN: 0886750342. Unmarked. Good. Paperback. (#26219) $10.00

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Catalog for May 19-August 12, 1990 exhibition at The Corcoran Gallery of Art. Measures 10×9 inches. Exhibition checklist. Beautiful full-page plates. 30p.

Terra Sancta: Photographs from Israel and Sinai, Nepal and the North American Deserts, book cover

SOKOLOFF, A: Forests Revisited: Expeditions at the End of the Millennium

Sokoloff, Ana. Forests Revisited: Expeditions at the End of the Millennium. Colombian Center, New York, 1995. Unmarked. Bump on back cover. Very Good. Unbound. (#26218) $28.00

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Unbound and folded in half to suggest a paperback. Catalog for 16 February-7 April 1995 exhibition at the United Nations. Each panel measures 11×5.25 inches. 16 panels. 7 images. Printed on tan stock.

Artists: Maryluz Alvarez, Jose Echeverria, Juan Luis Mesa, Alvaro Moreno Hoffman and Aldo Brando, Rafael Ortiz, Ana Patricia Palacios, and Jose Alejandro Restrepo. Essay by Ana Sokoloff.

BERKELEY SCIENCE REVIEW: Spring 2016, Issue 30

Berkeley Science Review (Spring 2016, Issue 30). Unmarked. Features From DNA to Diversity. Also experimenting with parenthood, automated transportation, Climate change, and more. Illustrated. 48p. Very Good. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#26216) $10.00

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GIBSON, DH: Still Moments: David H. Gibson

Still Moments: David H. Gibson, book coverGibson, David H.; McCracken, Patrick. Still Moments: David H. Gibson. Amarillo Museum of Art, 1994. Unmarked. Exhibition Catalog. Good. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#26214) $12.00

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6 photographs. Exhibition checklist. Measures 11×8.5 inches.

David H.Gibson (b. 1939) is an American landscape photographer who was inspired by artists such as Ansel Adams, Bruce Barnbaum, Paul Caponigro, Jay Dusard, Michael Kenna and John Sexton.Still Moments: David H. Gibson, inside image

DAVIS, KF: The Lay of the Land: 20th Century Landscape Photographs from the Hallmark Collection

Davis, Keith F. The Lay of the Land: 20th Century Landscape Photographs from the Hallmark Collection. Hallmark Cards, 1984. Unmarked. Very Good. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#26213) $16.00

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Catalog for 1984 exhibition at Creighton University, Northwestern University, and the Sioux City Art Center. 12p. Illustrated throughout. Measures 11×8.5 inches.

Photographers include William Clift, Robert Bourdeau, Robert Flick, Linda Connor, Walker Evans, Alfred Stieglitz, and others. Bibliographic References. Biographies of the Artists.

MORTENSON, R: Pleasant Hill: Selected Views of the Countryside near Newark, Delaware 1990-1992

Pleasant Hill: Selected Views of the Countryside near Newark, Delaware 1990-1992, printSobieszek, Robert A.; Mortenson, Ray. Pleasant Hill: Selected Views of the Countryside near Newark, Delaware 1990-1992. Janet Borden, Inc., 1992. Unmarked text. Very Good. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#26212) $15.00

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Exhibition catalog accompanied a November 5-28, 1992 exhibition at Janet Borden. 15p. 11 plates of platinum images. Measures 10×8 inches. Essay by Robert A. Sobieszek.

SCIENCE MAGAZINE: Volume 356, No. 6334, 14 April 2017

Science Magazine (Volume 356, No. 6334, 14 April 2017)., coverAmerican Association for the Advancement of Science. Science Magazine (Volume 356, No. 6334, 14 April 2017). American Association for the Advancement of Science, 2017. Unmarked text. Significant corner creasing on front cover and first pages. Acceptable. Paperback. (#26211) $10.00

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Features complex New Zealand earthquake could change hazard models. Also how to prepare for the next Ebola, the hydrothermal processes on Enceladus, Embryogenesis from stem cells, and more. pp109-216.