Larsen, Jack Lenor. Folk Art from the Global Village: The Girard Collection at the Museum of International Folk Art. Museum of New Mexico Press, 1995. ISBN: 0890134642. Unmarked text. Very Good. Paperback. (#26175) $12.00
Beautifully illustrated, including a poster of Girard with a portrait by Charles Eames. Forward by Alexander H. Girard. Measures 7.5×8.5 inches. Alexander Girard (1907–1993) amassed the largest cross-cultural folk art collection in the world.
Thompson, Dorothy Burr. Miniature Sculpture From the Athenian Agora (Excavations of the Athenian Agora). American School of Classical Studies at Athens, 1959. Unmarked. Second printing. Very Good. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#26034) $16.00
This booklet offers a selection of the sculptured figures of humans and animals that ave been found all over the Agora, ranging in date from the earliest occupation of Athens to the end of the Late Roman period. 79 illustrations.
McGregor, Lani; Stanek, Elizabeth et al. Common Ground: First Works in Kilnformed Glass by Artists with Backgrounds in Clay. Bullseye Glass, 1997. Unmarked book.Label shadow on back cover. Illustrated. 32p. French flaps. Good. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#24963) $12.00
Documents the results of a group of ceramics artists exploring the medium of cast glass during a residency at the Bullseye Glass Company Research & Education studios. Artists include Jim Koudelka, Thomas Orr, Dana Lynn Louis, Ted Vogel, Deborah Horrell, Patrick Horsley, Anne Storrs, etc.
17 B/W illustrations. Notes. Index. 215pp. Includes: I. the Craftsman of the Rural North; II. The Village Craftsman of the Rural North; III. The Urban Craftsman (1); IV. The Urban Craftsman (2); V. The Craftsman at Work; VI. The Craftsman as a Citizen.
Ten Speed Press. Leathercraft for Fun and Prophets (Sandel’s Messiah). 1972. Unmarked text. Smudges on a few pages. Illustrated leathercraft project. 28p. References. Good. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#24746) $30.00
Braidwood, Robert J. Prehistoric Men. Chicago Natural History Museum, 1961. Unmarked. Price tag and sun line on cover. Chicago Natural History Museum Popular Series, Anthropology, Number 37. Drawings by Susan T. Richert, with red printing to emphasize features. 189p. Index. Good. Paperback. (#23986) $10.00