CHAGALL, M: Avissar Chagall Wall Plaque: The Tribe of Naphtali from Marc Chagall Stained Glass Window Series

Avissar Chagall Plaque: The Tribe of Naphtali from Marc Chagall Stained Glass Window Series, windowChagall, Marc. Avissar Chagall Plaque: The Tribe of Naphtali from Marc Chagall Stained Glass Window Series. Avissar, nd. Unmarked. Good. Plaque. (#26336) $35.00

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A wall plaque of one of the windows in the Stained Glass Windows for Jerusalem Series: The Tribe of Naphtali. Some bumps around the edge and scraping on the back.

Back text in English and Hebrew.

Glazed enamel on pressed wood. Measures 8×9.5 inches.

Naphtali, the second son of Jacob and Bilhah, was known as a swift runner, comparable to a hind. The Tribe of Naphtali settled in the northern part of Israel and experienced relative ease and peace in comparison to the other tribes.

Chagall (1887-1985) was a Russian-French artist of Belarusian Jewish origin. An early modernist, he was associated with several major artistic styles and created works in virtually every artistic format, including painting, book illustrations, stained glass, stage sets, ceramic, tapestries and fine art prints.

WHISTLER, JM: Whistler’s Peacock Room Tray and Note Card Set

 Whistler's Peacock Room Tray and Note Card Set, image componentsWhistler, James McNeill. Whistler’s Peacock Room Tray and Note Card Set. Smithsonian Museum, Fringe Home, 2012. Very Good. (#26329) $25.00

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The Peacock Tray and Notecard Set is new and unopened. Some gold leaf has flaked off on the 6×9 inch tray. It also includes twelve 4×6 inch peacock cards and envelopes, tied with a grosgraim peacock blue ribbon.

ARTHUR M. SACKLER GALLERY: Yokohama Prints From Nineteenth-Century Japan (Exhibition Booklet)

Yokohama Prints From Nineteenth-Century Japan (Exhibition Booklet), book cover Yokohama Prints From Nineteenth-Century Japan (Exhibition Booklet). Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, 1990. Unmarked. Booklet accompanied traveling exhibition. Very Good. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#26325) $14.00

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Organized by the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, the show presented Japanese color woodblock prints dating from 1860-1890. Map and 8 beautiful color images. Prints from the William and Florence Leonhart collection. Artists include Hiroshige, Yoshikazu, and Yoshifuji. 10p.

Yokohama Prints From Nineteenth-Century Japan (Exhibition Booklet), inside pages

WRIGHT, FL: Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio Pamphlet

Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio Pamphlet. Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio Foundation, 1989. Unmarked. Very Good. Pamphlet. (#26320) $10.00

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Eight panels, 4 on each side. Measures 16×9 unfolded. 8 color images.

Topics include the Home, the Studio, the Architect (Frank Lloyd Wright), the Restoration, and the Foundation.

WRIGHT, FL: Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio: 1993-1994 Gift Catalog

Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio: 1993-1994 Gift Catalog. Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio Foundation, 1993. Unmarked. Very Good. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#18636) $10.00

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This 16-page catalog is fully illustrated with Frank Lloyd Wright related products.

DEMOUV, P: Rheims: Coronation Town

Rheims: Coronation Town, book coverDemouv, Patrick. Rheims: Coronation Town. Delta, 2000. Unmarked. Very Good. Paperback. (#26319) $12.00

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Illustrated throughout. 32p. Measures 5×8.5 inches.

Also includes a loose brochure, text and illustrated, 8 panels.

Reims, a city in the Grand Eastern region of France, was founded by the Gauls. Many people know Reims for its cathedral, Notre-Dame de Reims, formerly the place of coronation of the kings of France.

The cathedral became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1991.

ORDNANCE SURVEY: Hadrian’s Wall

Ordnance Survey: Hadrian’s Wall. Director General of the Ordnance Suvey, Southapmton, 1975. Unmarked. Good. Map. (#26318) $14.00

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Two inches to one mile. Second edition of map first published in 1964. Hadrian’s Wall, also called the Roman Wall, Picts’ Wall, or Vallum Hadriani in Latin, was a defensive fortification in the Roman province of Britannia, begun in AD 122 in the reign of the emperor Hadrian.