BROWN, K: Why Draw A Live Model?

Brown, Kathan. Why Draw A Live Model? Crown Point Press, 1997. ISBN: 1891300008. Unmarked. Very Good. Hardcover. (#30947) $15.00

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Illustrated throughout. Includes photographs. Also etchings and drypoints by Enrique Chagoya, Fred Dalkey, June Felter and Nathan Oliveira. Illustrated end papers. 37p.

Kathan Brown began Crown Point Press in 1962 as a print workshop. It has since become one of the most instrumental American printing venues for fine artists.

DAVIDSON, P: Nine: San Francisco Art Institute 111th Annual Exhibition (August 27–September 26, 1992)

Title page. Nine: San Francisco Art Institute 111th Annual Exhibition (August 27--September 26, 1992)Davidson, Patricia. Nine: San Francisco Art Institute 111th Annual Exhibition (August 27–September 26, 1992). San Francisco Art Institute, Walter/McBean Gallery, 1992. ISBN: 0930495187. Unmarked. Very Good. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#30937) $20.00

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Accompanied an exhibition of San Francisco Bay Area artists, from August 27–September 26, 1992, featuring nine artists: Marlene Angeja, Ann Chamberlain, Gail Chase-Bien, Marjorie Franklin, Kathleen Jesse, Susan Mabel Maney, Charlene Milgrim, Chikako Okada, and Leslie Straw.

One black-and-white illustration for each artist faces a page of descriptive text about the artist. Exhibition checklist. Embossed nine on the golden colored cover. 30p.

BAM/PFA: Berkeley Eye: Perspectives on the Collection and Museum Program Guide

Brochure: Berkeley Eye: Perspectives on the Collection and Museum Program GuideRinder, Lawrence. Berkeley Eye: Perspectives on the Collection and Museum Program Guide. Berkeley Art Museum/Pacific Film Archive, 2016. Unmarked. Very Good. Booklet (Saddle Stitched). (#30935) $20.00

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Gallery handout that accompanied July 13–December 11, 2016 opening exhibition of the new Berkeley Art Museum/Pacific Film Archive building. 12-fold brochure with small thumbnails.

Also includes the informational program guide to the new museum’s exhibition. The program guide is 30 pages and measures 9×11 inches. It includes a calendar, short articles on exhibitions (Berkeley Eye, Sojourner Truth, Chinese Painting, Hans Hofmann, Wim Wnders, Hitchcock, Film features, and more.