RAWLINS, I: [TECHNICAL REPORT ] From the National Gallery Laboratory

Rawlins, Ian; Bragg, William. From the National Gallery Laboratory. National Gallery Laboratory, 1940. Unmarked. Significant age tanning on ages and boards. Loose binding. Acceptable. Hardcover. (#30649) $18.00

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Preface by Sir William Bragg. Introduction and notes by Ian Rawlins.

Printed for the Trustees. Black and white plates showing the paintings and corresponding X-rays (macrophotographs) of works in the National Gallery London collection.

Artists include Raphael’s Madonna, Child and S. John; Gioanni Bellini’s (detail from) Doge Leonardo Loredano; Lucas van Leyden’s (detail from) Portrait of a Man, and more.

WEISS, W: Faces and Mazes: Lia Cook

Weiss, Wendy; Mamiya, Christin J.; Leeman, Judith. Faces and Mazes: Lia Cook. University of Nebraska, 2009. ISBN: 9780974829552. Unmarked text. Very Good. Paperback. (#30643) $30.00

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Catalog for traveling exhibition organized by the Robert Hillestad Textile Gallery, the University of Nebraska. Beautifully illustrated.

Essays by Wendy Weiss, Christin J. Mamiya, and Judith Leeman. Exhibition checklist.

Lia Cook (b. 1942) is an American fiber artist noted for her work combining weaving with photography, painting, and digital technology. She is known for her weavings which expanded the traditional boundaries of textile arts.

COOK, L: Lia Cook: In the Folds, Works from 1973-1997

Valoma, Deborah. Lia Cook: In the Folds, Works from 1973-1997. Browngrotta Arts, 2007. ISBN: 1930230362. Unmarked text. Very Good. Paperback. (#30642) $30.00

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Beautifully illustrated. Essay by Deborah Valoma. Monograph Series, Vol. II. 40p. Bio. Lia Cook (b. 1942) is an American fiber artist noted for her work combining weaving with photography, painting, and digital technology. She is known for her weavings which expanded the traditional boundaries of textile arts.