FREER GALLERY: Eugene and Agnes E. Meyer Memorial Exhibition

Freer Gallery of Art. Eugene and Agnes E. Meyer Memorial Exhibition. Smithsonian Institution, 1971. Unmarked. A soft crease on back cover. Some age tanning. Good. Paperback. (#26777) $10.00

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B/W illustrations throughout.

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.

JP GETTY MUSEUM: The J. Paul Getty Museum Guidebook (Villa, Second Edition, 1956)

The J. Paul Getty Museum Guidebook (Villa, Second Edition, 1956), book cover The J. Paul Getty Museum Guidebook (Villa, Second Edition, 1956). J. Paul Getty Museum, 1956. Unmarked. A few spots on cover and wear around the edges. Good. Paperback. (#26774) $15.00

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This is the second edition guide to the villa museum, prepared by W. R. Valentiner and Paul Wescher. 25p text plus 30 pages of black and white plates.

This edition enlarged the original 1954 edition due to new acquisitions made by Mr. Getty since the opening of the Getty Villa Museum.

MAVEETY, PJ: The Ikeda Collection of Japanese and Chinese Art at Stanford

Maveety, Patrick J. The Ikeda Collection of Japanese and Chinese Art at Stanford. Stanford University Museum of Art, 1987. Unmarked, except for a penned in correction to the text. Corner crease. Very Good. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#26771) $12.00

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Nicely illustrated with photographs, color plates, and B/W plates. 16p. Measures 7.5×9 inches. Essay by Patrick J. Maveety. The collection was assembled by Seisuke Ikeda (1840-1900).