GREENHALGH, P: Art Nouveau 1890-1914

Greenhalgh, Paul (editor). Art Nouveau 1890-1914. Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 2000. ISBN: 0810942194. Unmarked. Unclipped dust jacket. Exhibition catalog. Profusely illustrated with 507 illustrations, including 407 plates in full color. Very Good in very good dust jacket. Hardcover. (#30870) $36.00

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Art Nouveau exploded onto the art scene in the early 1890s and spread rapidly. This volume showcases the many masterpieces from the era in all mediums. Notes. Index. Bibliography. 496p.

Covers leading figures such as Aubrey Beardsley, Emile Galle, Gaudi, Louis Sullivan, and others. Twenty scholars contributed essays, including Ghislaine Wood, Linda Parry, Philippe Hamon, Anna Jackson, Gillian Naylor, Juliet Kinchin, Wendy Salmond, and others.

DIEBENKORN, R: Richard Diebenkorn: Postcards (2) and Exhibition Invitation

Richard Diebenkorn: Postcards (2) and Exhibition Invitation image Richard Diebenkorn: Postcards (2) and Exhibition Invitation. San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMoMA), Crown Point Press. Very Good. Cards. (#30865) $15.00

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Four-panel members’ reception invitation for “Richard Diebenkorn (October 9, 1998–January 19, 1999)” at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Address crossed out on one panel. Color image: Cigar Box Lid No. 3, 1976 on one panel. Two panels include information about the exhibition.

Two unmarked postcards of “Green, 1986”, a color etching published by Crown Point Press.Richard Diebenkorn: Postcards (2) and Exhibition Invitation image

 

LEITHE-JASPER, M: The Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna

Leithe-Jasper, Manfred; Distelberger, Rudolf; Prohaska, Wolfgang. The Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna. Scala/Philip Wilson, 1984. ISBN: 0856672076. Unmarked. Unclipped dust jacket. Very Good in very good dust jacket. Hardcover. (#30863) $15.00

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Beautiful color plates. Illustrated end papers. 256p. Index.

Introduces the painting collection and the collection of sculpture and decorative arts.

Opened in 1891, the Kunsthistorisches Museum is an art museum in Vienna, Austria. Its primary collections are those of the Habsburgs.