LOFTUS, E: Ed Loftus: No One and No Where (December 12, 2015-January 23, 2016)

Ed Loftus: No One and No Where (December 12, 2015-January 23, 2016). Gregory Lind Gallery, 2015. Unmarked. Very Good. Paperback. (#30990) $35.00

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Catalog for December 12, 2015 – January 23, 2016 exhibition at the Gregory Lind Gallery. Illustrated throughout. Essays by Rabih Alameddine and Rod Roland. Bio.

Ed Loftus (b. 1973) is a British-American artist known for his hyper-realistic graphite drawings.

ROBINSON, FC: Frederick Cayley Robinson, A.R.A., 1862-1927

Brown David. Frederick Cayley Robinson, A.R.A., 1862-1927. London: The Fine Art Society Ltd., 1977. Unmarked. Very Good. Booklet (Saddle Stitched). (#30921) $40.00

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Introduction by David Brown. 15p. Black-and-white illustrations. Bibliographic references.

Accompanied exhibitions at the Fine Art Society 18th October–11th November, 1977 and at 12 Great King St. Edinburgh, 18th November–10th December, 1977.

Frederick Cayley Robinson ARA (1862–1927) was an English painter, decorator and illustrator. He is perhaps best known for his series of paintings for the Middlesex Hospital entitled Acts of Mercy commissioned around 1915 and completed in 1920.

MOORE, H: Henry Moores Animals: Prints from the Permanent Collection of the Art Gallery of Ontario

Book cover. Henry Moores Animals: Prints from the Permanent Collection of the Art Gallery of OntarioWilkinson, Alan G. Henry Moores Animals: Prints from the Permanent Collection of the Art Gallery of Ontario. Toronto: Art Gallery of Ontario, 1990. ISBN: 0919777813. Unmarked. Very Good. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#30912) $25.00

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Signed, by author with inscription and date.

Beautifully illustrated. Exhibition catalog, with checklist.

Ten halftones and a photo of the artist in his studio. The Art Gallery of Ontario is known internationally for its extraordinary and extensive collection of Henry Moore works.

The Henry Moore Sculpture Centre at the AGO originally opened in 1974, to house Moore’s original gift to the AGO.