INTUIT ART QUARTERLY: Inuit Art (Summer 1997, Vol 12. No. 2)

Mitchell, Marybelle (editor). Inuit Art (Summer 1997, Vol 12. No. 2). Nepean, Ontario: Intuit Art Quarterly, 1997. Unmarked. Small spot on cover. Very Good. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#13916) $12.00

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Includes “Inuit Art is Inuit Art”: Part Two by Marybelle Mitchell, “Faking It: The Appropriation of a Culture” by Melanie Scott, Simeonie Kunnuk interviews Lucy Meeko, Martha Tickie’s work, Trudy Metcalfe interviews Shirley Moorhouse and more. Illustrated. 64p.

OHIRA, S: Sho: Contemporary Japanese Calligraphy Mainichi Shodo Association

Book cover. Sho: Contemporary Japanese Calligraphy Mainichi Shodo AssociationOhira, Santo; Uno Session. Sho: Contemporary Japanese Calligraphy Mainichi Shodo Association. Mainichi Shodo Association, 1993. Unmarked text. Name written in red on back cover. Very Good. Paperback. (#30993) $30.00

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Illustrated throughout. Essays by Santo Ohira and Session Uno. 64p. Catalog of an exhibition held at Japan Information & Culture Center, Embassy of Japan, Washington, D.C., Mar. 26-Apr. 8, 1993.

HOPE, T: Thomas Hope: Regency Designer

Book cover. Thomas Hope: Regency DesignerWatkins, David; Hewat-Jaboor, Philip (editors). Thomas Hope: Regency Designer. Bard Graduate Center, Yale University Press, 2008. ISBN: 9780300124163. Unmarked. Like New in as new dust jacket. Hardcover. (#30964) $70.00

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Catalog for 2008 exhibition at Bard and the V&A Museums. 420 color illustrations and 40 black-and-white illustrations.

Thomas Hope (1769-1831) was a major catalyst in the arts of Regency England. This comprehensive study focuses on his multifaceted role as designer and patron. Contributors include Daniella Ben-Arie, Philip Mansel, Frances Collard, and others. Richly illustrated with new photographs, the volume presents a vast array of paintings, furniture, sculpture, and works of art. Shortlisted for the 2009 Sir Banister Fletcher Award and the William M. B. Berger Prize for British Art History.