BRODY, J: The Print Collector’s Newsletter (Volume XXI, Issues 1-6, 1990-1991)

The Print Collector's Newsletter (Volume XXI, Issues 1-6, 1990-1991), coverBrody, Jacqueline (editor). The Print Collector’s Newsletter (Volume XXI, Issues 1-6, 1990-1991). Print Collector’s Newsletter, Inc., 1990. Unmarked. Illustrated. Issued with 3-holes punched and collected in standard blue binder. 248p. Very Good. Unbound in Binder. (#26164) $125.00

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6 issues (March-April 1990, May-June 1990, July-August 1990, September-October 1990, November-December 1990, January-February 1991).

Articles on Paul Strand, Christopher Wool, Minimal Prints, Galka Scheyer, Rembrandt, David Storey, Samuel Butler, Brodsky and Utkin, Barbara Ess, John Walsh, Julius Held, William Eggleston, Grotesque Photography, and more. Interviews with Robert Gober and Barbara Bloom.

LEONARDO: Volume 34, No. 2, 2001

Malina, Roger F. (Editor). Leonardo: Journal of the International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology (Volume 34, No. 2, 2001). MIT Press, 2001. Unmarked. Bumped corner. Good. Paperback. (#26120) $20.00

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Includes “Digital Art Takes Shape at MoMA” by Barbara London, a Nell Tenhaaf interview with Stuart Kauffman, Claus Emmeche and Arantza Etxeberria, “Toward a Third Culture: Being In Between” by Victoria Vesna, “Henri Poincar√©, Marcel Duchamp and Innovation in Science and Art” by Gerald Holton, The Siggraph 200 Art Gallery. Other contributors: Diane Gromala, Johanna Drucker, Michael Mateas, Eugene Thacker, Jon Ippolito, Ellen K. Levy, etc.

READE, B: Aubrey Beardsley at the Victoria and Albert Museum, 1967

Victoria & Albert Museum, 1967, book coverReade, Brian. Aubrey Beardsley. London: Victoria and Albert Museum, 1967. Unmarked. Price sticker shadow on cover. Very Good. Paperback. (#26085) $30.00

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Beautifully illustrated. Published on the occasion of the Beardsley exhibition at the Victoria & Albert Museum. Aubrey Beardsley, famous by his early twenties, died aged 25 leaving an immense volume of work behind. This collection provides an opportunity to view Beardsley’s mature work. It aims to enable the reader to distinguish between the genuine and the hundreds of spurious pastiches attributed to him.

SOTHEBY’S: The Art of American Storytelling

Sotheby’s. The Art of American Storytelling. 2007. Unmarked. Very Good. Paperback. (#26076) $16.00

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Auction catalog (November 28, 2007). Features Norman Rockwell, Newell Convers Wyeth, Maxfield Parrish, Jessie Willcox Smith and Joseph C. Leyendecker. Beautifully illustrated with works and photographs of the artists. 61p.

PLANTIN, C: Treasures from the Plantin-Moretus Museum, 21 April-19 May, 1963

Treasures from the Plantin-Moretus Museum, 21 April-19 May, 1963, book cover Voet, Leon (Compiler). Treasures from the Plantin-Moretus Museum, 21 April-19 May, 1963. The Hopkins Center, Dartmouth College, 1963. Unmarked text. Illustrated. 24p. Very Good. Sewn Paperback Binding. (#26040) $25.00

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Inside cover reads: “Compliments of Hokins Center Art Galleries, Dartmouth College. This exhibition will go on national tour next year — circulated by Smithsonian Institution (if all goes well). TH Brackett, Assistant Director”

One of 500 copies printed by Stinehour Press. Christophe Plantin (1520-1589) was an influential Renaissance humanist, book printer and publisher.

The Plantin Press at Antwerp was one of the focal centers of the fine printed book in the 16th century.

IONE, A: Perceptual Study: Rectangular Abstraction in Blue, White, and Red by Amy Ione

Perceptual Study: Rectangular Abstraction in Blue, White, and Red, painting Perceptual Study: Rectangular Abstraction in Blue, White, and Red (Original oil painting on canvas board by Amy Ione). Measures 16×20 inches unframed. Handmade. Original Artwork. (#26027) $145.00

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Evocative abstraction using blue, white, and red on canvas board. Sold unframed so you can frame it in the color and style you prefer. Includes a certificate of authenticity signed by the artist. Packed carefully for shipment.

IONE, A: Perceptual Study: Circles and Ellipses Compete with a Red/Pink Background by Amy Ione

Perceptual Study: Circles and Ellipses Compete with a Red/Pink Background, image Perceptual Study: Circles and Ellipses Compete with a Red/Pink Background (Original Watercolor and Ink Painting on Paper by Amy Ione). 2009 Original watercolor and ink painting on paper. Handmade. Original Artwork. (#26028) $95.00

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Evocative study using black, shades of red/pink, and white. Packed carefully for shipment. Paper measures 14×11 inches. Sold unframed so you can frame it in the color and style you prefer.¬†Includes a certificate of authenticity signed by the artist.