SANDER, A: August Sander Landscapes: Photographs 1926-1946

Cover. August Sander Landscapes: Photographs 1926-1946Kemp, Wolfgang. August Sander Landscapes: Photographs 1926-1946. University of Chicago Press, 2016. ISBN: 9780226399461. Factory sealed. Like New in as new dust jacket. Hardcover. (#30776) $55.00

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August Sander (1876–1964) was a German photographer. These photographs showcase a variety of scenes, from a sunrise over Cologne to the slopes of the Rhine valley. Essay by art historian Wolfgang Kemp provides context for Sander’s work while introducing his contemporaries, including the writer Hans Ludwig Mathar and the painter Franz M. Jansen. 59 black-and-white photographs.

Measures 10.5×12.5 inches. 112p. Translated by Rose Rittenhouse.

HARTER, J: Landscapes and Cityscapes for Artists and Craftspeople: From 19th-Century Sources (Dover Pictorial Archive Series)

Landscapes and Cityscapes for Artists and Craftspeople: From 19th-Century Sources (Dover Pictorial Archive Series), book coverHarter, Jim. Landscapes and Cityscapes for Artists and Craftspeople: From 19th-Century Sources (Dover Pictorial Archive Series). Dover, 1999. ISBN: 0486404633. Unmarked. Large crease on back cover. Good. Paperback. (#30040)

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A stunning collection of town and country scenes. Exquisitely rendered, atmospheric, and possessed of photo-like realism. 155 black and white illustrations. 144p.

THIEBAUD, W: Wayne Thiebaud: Cityscapes (November 9-December 18, 1993)

Wayne Thiebaud: Cityscapes (November 9-December18, 1993). San Francisco: Campbell-Thiebaud Gallery, 1993. Unmarked. Very Good. Paperback. (#29475)

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Exhibition catalog. Beautiful color reproductions throughout. Interview with Richard Wollheim. 52p. Measures 8×10 inches.

Wayne Thiebaud (b. 1920) is an American painter widely known for his colorful works depicting commonplace objects. In the early 1970s, Thiebaud began a series of landscapes and cityscapes, painting the steep hills and vertiginous inclines of San Francisco in colorful, dramatic canvases. With his characteristic vibrant palette and meticulous painterly technique, he represented dizzying, unexpected views of the city’s streets and buildings.