SALMAGUNDI: Vermeer (Spring/Summer, 1979)

SALMAGUNDI: Vermeer (Spring/Summer, 1979), book coverPops, Martin (Guest Editor). Salmagundi: Vermeer (Spring/Summer, 1979). Skidmore College, 1979. Unmarked. Very Good. Paperback. (#26491) $15.00

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Articles on Vermeer by Martin Pops, Lawrence Gowing, Paul Claudel, Harry Berger, René Huyghe, Edward Snow, André Malraux and others. Also poetry, reviews. B/W illustrations. 266p.

MOMA: Painting and Sculpture Acquisitions (January 1, 1960 through December 31, 1960)

Museum of Modern Art, New York. Painting and Sculpture Acquisitions (January 1, 1960 through December 31, 1960). NY MoMA, 1960. Unmarked. Good. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#26414) $10.00

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Artists include Richard J. Anuszkiewicz, Elmer Bishcoff, Lee Bontecou, Joan Brown, Paul Cezanne, Edgar Degas, Lucio Fontana, Sam Francis, Helen Frankenthaler, Claude Monet, Isamu Noguchi, Picasso, Seurat, Jean Tinguely, Vasarely, and others. 58p. Illustrated in B/W.

STOCK, M: Mark Stock: New Paintings and Works on Paper (Modernism Trifold Announcement, 2001)

Modernism. Mark Stock: New Paintings and Works on Paper (Modernism Trifold Announcement, 2001). 2001. Unmarked. Very Good. Card Stock. (#26363) $15.00

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Trifold invitation with two color images for January 11-February 24, 2001 exhibition. Measures 10×7 inches folded. Chronology on one side. Also details about the reception and a new book about the artist. Mark Stock (1951-2014).

According to his biographer, Barnaby Conrad III, “Mark was a narrative painter out of step with modern painting when he started, but now he will emerge as this unique painter who transcends Modernist trends.”

ART IN AMERICA: Art in America (Number 3, 1960): The Precisionists

Art in America (Number 3, 1960): The Precisionists, book coverRussell Lynes. Art in America (Number 3, 1960): The Precisionists. New York: Art in America Company, 1962. Unmarked. Good. Hardcover. (#26328) $20.00

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Illustrated. Features The Precisionists. Contributors include Martin Friedman, Edward Deming Andrews, Vincent J. Scully, Jr., HH Arnason.

Precisionism was the first indigenous modern-art movement in the United States and an early American contribution to the rise of Modernism.

Also Beaumont Newhall on Henri Cartier-Gresson, Exhibition Reviews, Art in Haiti, and more. 152p.

CASTLEMAN, R: Modern Art in Prints

Castleman, Riva. Modern Art in Prints. New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1973. ISBN: 0870704613. Unmarked. Very Good. Paperback. (#26324) $12.00

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Exhibition catalog for a show organized under the auspices of The International Council of The Museum of Modern Art. Essay on the care and preservation of prints by Antoinette King. 76p.

Illustrated in color and B/W.

Artists include Matisse, Picasso, Hundertwasser, Soulages, Frankenthaler, Jim Dine, Roy Lichtenstein, Victor Vasarely, and others.

Van Hoesen, B: Beth Van Hoesen: Paintings, drawings, and prints: An exhibition

Beth Van Hoesen: Paintings, drawings, and prints: An exhibition, drawingBarton, Brigid S.; Johnson, Robert Flynn. Beth Van Hoesen: Paintings, Drawings, and Prints: An Exhibition. de Saisset Museum, 1983. Unmarked. Very Good. Paperback. (#26226) $30.00

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Catalog for exhibition organized by Robert Flynn Johnson as guest curator for the de Saisset Museum, University of Santa Clara and The Art Museum Association of San Francisco.

Foreword by Brigid S. Barton. Essay by Robert Flynn Johnson. Artist Statement.

Photograph of the artist. 9 plates. Exhibition checklist.

Known for her whimsical portraits of animals, Van Hoesen’s subject matter also includes landscapes, figures, and still lifes. Illustrated. Measures 7.5×11 inches.

STEADMAN, P: Vermeer’s Camera: Uncovering the Truth Behind the Masterpieces

Steadman, Philip. Vermeer’s Camera: Uncovering the Truth Behind the Masterpieces. Oxford University Press, 2001. ISBN: 0192159674. Unmarked. Unclipped dust jacket. Very Good in very good dust jacket. Hardcover. (#26225) $16.00

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Steadman traces the development of the camera obscura and examines whether Vermeer employed one while crafting his work. 10 color plates. 72 illustrations. Notes. Index. Appendices. Bibliographic references. 207p.