HOCKNEY, D: Pictures by David Hockney

Pictures by David Hockney. Harry N Abrams, 1979. ISBN: 0810922231. Unmarked text. Very Good. Paperback. (#26799) $10.00

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Introduction by David Hockney. Selected and edited by Nikos Stangos. 144 illustrations, including 61 in full color. Measures 8.75×10 inches.

This is a representative survey of Hockney’s work through 1979, in every medium. Includes early sketches, paintings, and his colored and pressed paper pulp series. Includes stll-lifes, portraits, California, pools and water, set designs, and more.

PIPER, J: Jane Piper and her Circle: Three Generations of Painters in Philadelphia

Jane Piper and her Circle: Three Generations of Painters in Philadelphia, book coverScott, Bill. Jane Piper and her Circle: Three Generations of Painters in Philadelphia. State Museum of Pennsylvania, 2000. Unmarked. Very Good. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#26786) $14.00

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Catalog for November 4, 2000-January 14, 2001. Essay by Bill Scott, Guest Curator, on Jane Piper. 17p. Illustrated in color and B/W. Jane Piper (1916-1991) was an American artist known for her abstract treatment of still lifes. Building on the French modernist tradition of Matisse and Cézanne, she gave color precedence over representation.

Jane Piper and her Circle: Three Generations of Painters in Philadelphia, inside image

GLADSTONE, V: Second Annual Realism Invitational, Jenkins Johnson Gallery, 2000

Gladstone, Valerie. Second Annual Realism Invitational. Jenkins Johnson Gallery, 2000. Unmarked.Very Good. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#26759) $20.00

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Measures 8.75 inches square. Beautiful color plates. 29p.

“Realism 2000: In the Eye of the Beholder” by Valerie Gladstone.

Artists include Richard McLean, Michael Zigmond, Jack Mendenhall, Scott Prior, David Bierk, Tom Fawkes, Sherrie Wolf, Damon Lehrer, Robert Brawley, Scott Fraser, Shelley Jordon, Robert C. Jackson, Steven Graber, Quang Ho, George Fischer, 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.

CANCOGNI, A: Agostino Cancogni: La Poetica dell’Immagine

Agostino Cancogni: La Poetica dell’Immagine. Mercato and Arte, 1995. Unmarked. Very Good. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#26101) $35.00

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14 beautiful full page color plates. 21p. Text in Italian. Agostino Cancogni (b. 1950) is an Italian visual artist.

BREDIUS MUSEUM: Dutch Masterworks From the Bredius Museum: A Connoisseur’s Collection

Dutch Masterworks From the Bredius Museum: A Connoisseur's Collection, book cover Dutch Masterworks From the Bredius Museum: A Connoisseur’s Collection. Bredius Association, 1985. Unmarked. Spine sunned. Some rubbing on the side of the cover. Good. Paperback. (#25762) $12.00

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Reproductions in color and B/W. Includes biography of Abraham Bredius. Catalogue of 1985-87 exhibition. All pieces are reproduced and described. Collection ranges from Aelbert Cuyp and Samuel van Hoogstraeten to Adriaen van Ostade and Rembrandt.132p. Bibliography.

DE REYNA, R: How to Draw What You See

De Reyna, Rudy. How to Draw What You See. New York: Watson-Guptill, 1972. ISBN: 0832014606. Unmarked. Index. Good. Hardcover. (#25295) $12.00

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How to Draw What You See shows artists how to recognize the basic shape of an object—cube, cylinder, cone, or sphere—and use that shape to draw the object, no matter how much detail it contains. Fully illustrated. 175p.