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‎GOODMAN, SUSAN TUMARKIN., AMISHAI-MAISELS, ZIVA,, 1939-, JEWISH MUSEUM (NEW YORK, N.Y.)‎

‎Russian Jewish artists in a century of change, 1890-1990‎

‎Prestel,, 1995. edited by Susan Tumarkin Goodman; with essays by Ziva Amishai-Maisels ... [et al.]., "This catalogue has been published in conjunction with the exhibition Russian Jewish artists in a century of change, 1890-1990 held at The Jewish Museum, New York, 21 September 1995-28 January 1996"--T.p. verso., Includes bibliografieaphical references (p. 263-264) and index. 267 pagina's: Illustraties (some col.), ports; 31 cm.. Als nieuw.‎

Bookseller reference : 31706 ISBN : 379131601X

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‎GOODNOUGH, ROBERT‎

‎Goodnough‎

‎NY: Abbyville Press, 1982, 1982. Hardcover. Hard, Dj. Good.‎

Bookseller reference : 5986

‎GOODRICH, JOHN‎

‎Jon Schueler: The Castelli Years 1955-1959‎

‎New York, David Findlay Jr Fine Art, 2010. Softcover. White stapled wraps with color illus.; 8 pp.; 4 color plates, 1 color figure. Issued in conjunction with a 2010 exhibition of works by abstract expressionist Jon Schueler (1916-1992). Includes an essay on the artist and a variety of paintings. VG+ (May have few marks from previous gallery owner.) .‎

Bookseller reference : 127690

‎GOODRICH, LLOYD‎

‎A Silent World. Watercolors and Drawings by Edward Hopper. Introduction by Lloyd Goodrich‎

‎An Art In America Publication, 1965. Hardbound. Cloth portfolio. Loose sheets consisting of the Introductory text and 8 loose plates. OVERSIZE AA2. VG+ .‎

Bookseller reference : 114629

‎GOODRICH, LLOYD‎

‎Edwin Dickinson‎

‎New York, Whitney Museum of American Art, 1966. Softcover. Glossy white wraps with color illus. and black lettering. 55 pp. with several color and bw images. Catalogue from the exhibition of October to November 1965. Essay by Lloyd Goodrich. With the list of 144 works on view and a bibliography. Clean and tight internally but with rubbing to covers and art museum ex-lib. marks to covers and one inside.‎

Bookseller reference : 152141

‎GOODRICH, LLOYD‎

‎Fulbright Painters‎

‎New York, Institute of International Education / Smithsonian Institution, 1958. Softcover. White stapled wraps, 43 pp. 22 BW plates. Issued in conjunction with an exhibition commemorating the 10th year for Fulbright scholarships to be given to art students to study and create abroad. Featured was artwork by 60 painters. The catalogue includes annotations for each artist. Some of the artwork is pictured as well. With a number of introductions, including an essay on the program on Lloyd Goodrich. G (Covers are slightly soiled; staples are bleeding into covers; few marks as ex-library incl. stamp on front cover; interior is clean.) .‎

Bookseller reference : 147909

‎Goodrich, Lloyd‎

‎H. E. Schnakenberg‎

‎55 pages. Hardcover. Part of the "American Artists Series" published by Whitney Museum of American Art. Features 20 black & white examples of the works of H. E. Schnakenberg. Fading along top edges of front and rear covers and spine. Standard wear. Clean, tight copy. Record # 613419‎

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‎GOODRICH, LLOYD‎

‎Winslow Homer‎

‎New York: George Braziller, 1959. First Edition Thus; First Printing. Hard Cover. Illustrated by Winslow Homer. The volume is in perfect, pristine condition, unmarked, tight, square and clean. The unclipped dust jacket has a short, faint blue pencil mark on the front cover and an abrasion on the rear cover where a small sticker was removed, else fine. AS NEW/ VERY GOOD+. ; Publisher's full aqua cloth with facsimile signature of Homer embossed in black on front cover, white lettering on spine. Profusely illustrated with over 80 illustrations, 16 in color. ; The Great American Artists Series; B&W and Color plates; Small 4to 9" - 11" tall; 127 pages. As New in Very Good+ dust jacket .‎

Bookseller reference : 15387

‎GOODRICH, LLOYD‎

‎Winslow Homer‎

‎New York: Whitney Museum of American Art, 1973. 0821205277. 1. Soft Cover. ISBN: 0821205277. Small 4to 9" - 11" tall. 143 pp. Very Good+ with no dust jacket .‎

Bookseller reference : 11613 ISBN : 0821205277

‎GOODRICH, LLOYD‎

‎Winslow Homer‎

‎, Whitney Museum, 1973. . Paperback. . Unmarked text. Exhibition catalog for a 1973 show at the Whitney, Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) and the Art Institute of Chicago (AIC). Illustrated in B/W and color. 143p. Measures 10 inches square. Topics include his boyhood, outdoor light and color, his ideas on art, Homer's relation to Impressionism and more.. . . Very Good‎

Bookseller reference : 27613 ISBN : 0821205

‎Goodrich, Lloyd‎

‎Winslow Homer's America 1857-1880‎

‎192 pages. Collection of Winslow Homer's b&w lithographs and woodcuts done for newspapers, magazines and books from 1857 to 1880. Tan cloth cover, orange dust jacket with b&w illustrations, numerous b&w illustrations. Light wear and chipping to edges of dust jacket; overall a clean, tight copy. Record # 804973‎

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‎GOODRICH, LLOYD AND EDITED BY ABIGAIL BOOTH GERDTS‎

‎Record of Works by Winslow Homer, Volume I: 1846 to 1866‎

‎New York, Spanierman Gallery, 2005. Hardbound. Green cloth. 388 pp. 10 color and 277 bw plates. Volume I begins the record in 1846 and continues to 1866, just after the end of the Civil War. The factual descriptions and histories of approximately 294 paintings and drawings are identified in separate entries; a black and white illustration of almost every work accompanies its entry. A selection of ten paintings are also reproduced in color in a separate section. "Summary Biography," which introduces much new information on Homer's life, and challenges many of the well-worn myths and legends about him. Ill.: BASEMENT. As New .‎

Bookseller reference : 136568

‎GOODRICH, LLOYD AND EDITED BY ABIGAIL BOOTH GERDTS‎

‎Record of Works by Winslow Homer, Volume II: 1867 to 1876‎

‎New York, Spanierman Gallery, 2005. Hardbound. Green cloth. 504 pp. 60 color and 310 bw plates. Volume II resumes the record in 1867 and continues to 1876, the Centennial Celebration of the United States. The factual descriptions and histories of approximately 317 paintings and drawings are identified in separate entries; a black and white illustration of almost every work accompanies its entry. A selection of 60 paintings are also reproduced in color in a separate section. A continuation of the "Summary Biography," which introduces much new information on Homer's life, and challenges many of the well-worn myths and legends about him. Ill.: BASEMENT. As New; in shrink wrap.‎

Bookseller reference : 136569

‎GOODRICH, LLOYD AND EDITED BY ABIGAIL BOOTH GERDTS‎

‎Record of Works by Winslow Homer, Volume III: 1877 to March 1881‎

‎New York, Spanierman Gallery, 2008. Hardbound. Green cloth. 479 pp. 76 color and 391 bw plates. Volume III takes up the record at 1877 and continues to Homer's departure for England in March 1881. The factual descriptions and histories of approximately 400 paintings and drawings are identified in separate entries; a black and white illustration of each work accompanies its entry. A selection of seventy-six paintings are also reproduced in color in a separate section chosen to suggest what Homer's contemporaries saw of his work in the major exhibitions of the period. Also continuing from the previous volumes is the "Summary Biography," which introduces much new information on Homer's life, and challenges many of the well-worn myths and legends about him. Ill.: BASEMENT. As New .‎

Bookseller reference : 136567

‎GOODRICH, LLOYD AND EDITED BY ABIGAIL BOOTH GERDTS‎

‎Record of Works by Winslow Homer, Volumes I - III‎

‎New York, Spanierman Gallery, 2008. Hardbound. Green cloth. Three volumes, 1371 pp. 146 color and 968 bw plates. A fabulous and important compilation, begun in the mid-20th century by Lloyd Goodrich and finally brought to fruition. Volume I begins the record in 1846 and continues to 1866, just after the end of the Civil War. The factual descriptions and histories of approximately 294 paintings and drawings are identified in separate entries; a black and white illustration of almost every work accompanies its entry. A selection of ten paintings are also reproduced in color in a separate section. "Summary Biography," which introduces much new information on Homer's life, and challenges many of the well-worn myths and legends about him. Volume 2 resumes the record in 1867 and continues to 1876, the Centennial Celebration of the United States. The factual descriptions and histories of approximately 317 paintings and drawings are identified in separate entries; a black and white illustration of almost every work accompanies its entry. A selection of 60 paintings are also reproduced in color in a separate section. A continuation of the "Summary Biography" is also present. Volume III takes up the record at 1877 and continues to Homer's departure for England in March 1881. The factual descriptions and histories of approximately 400 paintings and drawings are identified in separate entries; a black and white illustration of each work accompanies its entry. A selection of seventy-six paintings are also reproduced in color in a separate section chosen to suggest what Homer's contemporaries saw of his work in the major exhibitions of the period. Also continuing from the previous volumes is the "Summary Biography.". Ill.: BASEMENT. As New .‎

Bookseller reference : 137413

‎GOODRICH, LLOYD AND HENRI MARCEAU‎

‎Thomas Eakins Centennial Exhibition [the Philadelphia Museum Bulletin, Vol. XXXIX, No. 201, May 1944]‎

‎Philadelphia, Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1944. Softcover. Off-white illus. stapled wraps; pp. 119-135; 16 bw plates. Published in conjunction with a centennial exhibition held at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Includes an introduction by Lloyd Goodrich, a note on the exhibition by Henri Marceau, and an 1866 letter from Eakins to his mother. Good+ (Wraps lightly discolored, with a few small chips and tears; Small label and pencil markings at front cover; Pages quite clean) .‎

Bookseller reference : 143068

‎GOODWIN, BETTY. FRANCE MORIN, COMMISIONER‎

‎Betty Goodwin: Steel Notes: Canada 20th São Paulo International Biennial, 14. 10. 89 - 10. 12. 89‎

‎Ottawa: National Gallery of Canada, (1989).. First edition. Text in Portugese, English and French. Hardcover. Fine in a near fine dust jacket. 151pp. Illustrated mostly in colour. Catalogue of the exhibition at the 20th Bienal Internacional de São Paulo in 1989.‎

Bookseller reference : 34352 ISBN : 0888846029

‎Goodwin, Maud Wilder‎

‎Sir Christopher‎

‎Record # 9227‎

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‎Goodyear W H Illustrated by Assorted Artists‎

‎A HISTORY OF ART FOR CLASSES ART STUDENTS AND TOURISTS IN EUROPE‎

‎A S Barnes & Company 1889 Brown Cloth-Gilt Titles. VG/NA. Second. 4to - over 9" - 12" Tall. 352 Illustrated Pages. Many colored plates. A S Barnes & Company, 1889 hardcover‎

Bookseller reference : 001898

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‎GOODYEAR, ANNE COLLINS AND JAMES W. MCMANUS (EDITORS)‎

‎Inventing Marcel Duchamp: The Dynamics of Portraiture‎

‎Washington, DC, National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, 2009. Hardcover. BW pictorial paper over boards; 319 pp.; Profusely illustrated with 103 color plates and numerous color and bw figures. Accompanied the exhibition of the same name; Includes six essays by various authors, as well as an artist chronology; Extensive annotations accompany the plates. VG .‎

Bookseller reference : 123041

‎GOOKIN, KIRBY (ESSAY)‎

‎Markus Lupertz‎

‎New York, Michael Werner, 1991. Hardbound. Bright yellow paper-covered boards with darkest green cloth spine; color-illustrated paste-down on front cover and white lettering on spine; unpaginated approx. 40 pp.; with 1 bw and 11 color images. Includes a very brief biography, list of works in the exhibition, an introductory essay, and a bw photograph of Lupertz. VG .‎

Bookseller reference : 114900

‎GOOR, THEO VAN DE (SEVENUM, 1954)‎

‎Het Etsenboek De Berg van Licht: Theo van de Goor. AS NEW.‎

‎(Gorinchem), Salon voor Literatuur en Poezie, (2003). Black cloth-covered boards (hardcover) with goldstamped letterpress-title on front panel, 30 x 40 x 2 cms., (18) pp. containing 5 original full-page etchings, each signed, dated /'2003/' and numbered /'13/50/', printed on /'B.F.K. rives 250 grms./'. Print run: 50. Etched colophon with number '13/50' and artist's signature in pencil.‎

Bookseller reference : 24591

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‎GOOS, B‎

‎Erinnerungen aus meiner Jugend. Aus der Familienausgabe von 1880. Bd 1 (von 3).‎

‎Hamburg, Lütcke & Wulff, 1896. Gr.-8vo. 5 Bl., 222 S. (Hamburgische Liebhaberbibliothek). Etwas späterer Hldrbd (etwas berieben, Papier gering gebräunt).‎

‎Lokalgeschichtlich hochinteressante Jugenderinnerungen des Hamburger Landschafts- und Tiermalers Berend Goos (1815 - 1885), der nach anfänglicher Tätigkeit als Apotheker erst 1855 durch seinen Freund Hermann Kauffmann, später bei J. W. Schirmer in Karlsruhe die Malerei erlernte.‎

Bookseller reference : 1250683

‎GOOSSEN, E. C.‎

‎Douglas Ohlson at Bennington: Two Decades, 1962-1982‎

‎Bennington, VT, Bennington College, 1982. Softcover. Mustard stapled wraps with teal lettering; 16 pp. with 1 bw and 5 color plates. Issued in conjunction with a 1982 exhibition of artwork by American abstract artist Douglas Ohlson (1936-2010). Includes a bw photo of the artist, an essay about Ohlson's artistic career, and the catalogue of the exhibition. The checklist cites 31 pieces, and 5 appear here in full color. Scarce. VG .‎

Bookseller reference : 119368

‎GOOSSEN, E. C.‎

‎Douglas Ohlson at Bennington: Two Decades, 1962-1982‎

‎Bennington, VT, Bennington College, 1982. Softcover. Mustard stapled wraps with teal lettering; 16 pp. with 1 bw and 5 color plates. Issued in conjunction with a 1982 exhibition of artwork by American abstract artist Douglas Ohlson (1936-2010). Includes a bw photo of the artist, an essay about Ohlson's artistic career, and the catalogue of the exhibition. The checklist cites 31 pieces, and 5 appear here in full color. Scarce. VG-. Browned and rubbed along spine, some creased corners on covers and in text.‎

Bookseller reference : 164395

‎GOOSSENS, KORNEEL‎

‎David Vinckboons‎

‎Soest, Holland, Davaco, 1977. Hardcover. Maroon cloth/boards; gilt lettering. Turquoise dj with color illustration and white lettering. X, 160 pp. with color frontis, 74 bw illustrations; 15-page summary in English; and section paginated from 59 to 106 with 10 bw figures (243 total pages with 85 total illustrations). Text in Dutch but with a summary in English and a section at the back in Dutch and French. This part is titled, "Jaarboek van het Koninklijk Museum voor Schone Kunsten te Antwerpen 1966" and from the original 1954 edition of this 1977 publication. David Vinckboons was a Dutch Golden Age painter of Flemish origin, born in the Flemish city of Mechelen (Belgium). VG/Fair; a clean, tight copy free of marks; DJ is worn at corners and has some general shelf wear but still protective.‎

Bookseller reference : 163342

‎GOPNIK, ADAM‎

‎Isca Greenfield-Sanders: Keep Them Still‎

‎New York, Ameringer/McEnery/Yohe, 2017. Hardcover. Color-illustrated boards with gray lettering. 80 pp. Color illustrations. Catalogue of an exhibition at Ameringer, McEnery, Yohe in New York from June 1- July 1, 2017. As New, but not in shrinkwrap .‎

Bookseller reference : 163620

‎GOPNIK, ADAM AND WARREN ADELSON‎

‎Jacob Collins: New Work‎

‎New York, New York, Adelson Galleries, 2011. Softcover. Color pictorial wraps, unpaginated, 30 color plates. Issued in conjunction with a 2011 exhibition of work by American realist Jacob Collins (b. 1964). With an introduction by Warren Adelson, an essay by Adam Gopnik, and an artist bio by Lisa Bush Hankin. 30 full-color plates of paintings and drawings. Includes separate price list. Scarce. VG (Slight wear to cover edges, otherwise clean.) .‎

Bookseller reference : 149029

‎Gore Vidal - Entretiens réunis par Robert J. Stanton‎

‎Artistes et Barbares - Entretiens réunis par Robert J. Stanton‎

‎in-8 broché - 1985 - 187p - Ed. L'Age d'Homme - coll. Contemporains‎

‎bon état -‎

Bookseller reference : 15416

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‎GORDON GRAIG E.‎

‎MA VIE D'HOMME DE THEATRE‎

‎ARTHAUD. 1962. In-8 Carré. Broché. Etat d'usage. Couv. convenable. Dos satisfaisant. Intérieur frais. 287 pages - nombreuses photos et illustrations en noir et blanc hors texte - couverture contre-pliée.‎

Bookseller reference : RO20174254

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‎GORBATY, NORMAN‎

‎To Honor My People: Judaica‎

‎Connecticut, North American Thought Combine, Inc, 2010. Hardbound. Black cloth boards w/ color illustrated DJ, 96pp, profuse BW and color plates and figures. Exhibition catalog; includes essays by Diana Mille, Ellen M. Umansky, and Philip Eliasoph. Plates are annotated. VG+ .‎

Bookseller reference : 125898

‎GORBEA, XABIER SAENZ DE‎

‎Ines Medina: The Unified Femininity‎

‎Bilbao, Spain, Fundacion Bilbao Bizkaia Kutxa Fundazioa, 2006. Softcover. Black illus. wraps; 220 pp.; Profusely illustrated with color plates and figures. Text in Basque, Spanish, and English; From the exhibition held 21 Nov - 16 December 2006. VG+ (As new) .‎

Bookseller reference : 110798

‎GORDON BENINGFIELD:‎

‎Beningfield's English Landscapes‎

‎London, Guild Publishing. 1985, Book Club Edition. Hardcover with dust jacket, Folio. White /illustrated dustjacket, not clipped. Landscape format; unmarked copy. Very Good/Very Good.‎

Bookseller reference : 58658

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‎GORDON GRAIG E.‎

‎MA VIE D'HOMME DE THEATRE‎

‎ARTHAUD. 1962. In-8 Carré. Broché. Etat d'usage. Couv. convenable. Dos satisfaisant. Intérieur frais. 287 pages - nombreuses photos et illustrations en noir et blanc hors texte - couverture contre-pliée.‎

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‎Gordon Greer Tenor; Eduard Straub Photographer; Columbia Artists Management Inc‎

‎Portrait of opera tenor Gordon Greer‎

‎New York: Columbia Artists Management Inc. 198. Glossy B/W photograph 8 x 10 inches. Near Fine. PR photo of opera tenor Gordon Greer taken by Eduard Straub. New York: Columbia Artists Management Inc., [198?] unknown‎

Bookseller reference : 19-4907

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‎Gordon Greer Tenor; Eduard Straub Photographer; Columbia Artists Management Inc‎

‎Portrait of opera tenor Gordon Greer‎

‎New York: Columbia Artists Management Inc. 198. Glossy B/W photograph 8 x 10 inches. Near Fine. PR photo of opera tenor Gordon Greer taken by Eduard Straub. New York: Columbia Artists Management Inc., [198?] unknown‎

Bookseller reference : 19-4906

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‎GORDON SMITH, W. (ESSAY)‎

‎Martin Kane New Paintings and Drawings‎

‎London, Beaux Arts. 1996. Paperback, Sm Qto. Book, 16 pages, Illustrated with colour plates. A Fine,crisp copy. Fine.‎

Bookseller reference : 63234

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‎GORDON, ALLAN M.‎

‎Echoes of Our Past: The Narrative Artistry of Palmer C. Hayden‎

‎Los Angeles, Ca, Museum of African American Art, 1988. Color illustrated wraps. 64 pp. 29 color and 13 bw plates and photographs. Published to accompany an exhibition held in Los Angeles at Museum of African American art, April 15 through July 31, 1988. Extensive and important essay on this artist. VG, but a semi-circular stain on rear cover at lower right .‎

Bookseller reference : 156460

‎GORDON, DOUGLAS‎

‎Douglas Gordon Timeline‎

‎New York City, The Museum Of Modern Art. 2006, First Edition. Bds & Cl.w.dj. , attractive foldover brochure with notes and photos for an exhibition by the noted video artist who uses popular films in his video works. Uncommon. Fine.‎

Bookseller reference : 011229

‎GORDON, GLENN‎

‎Made in Illinois: An Artisan Gallery‎

‎, Illinois Department of Commerce and Community Affairs, 2001. First Edition. Paperback. . Unmarked.112p. A gallery of the works of Illinois craftspeople. Artist map. Artists include Akiko Koiso, Jennifer Forman Weinstein, Victoria Woollen-Danner, Jeff Boshart, Allan Stuck, Daniel Johnson and others.. . . Very Good‎

Bookseller reference : 21166

‎GORDON, HAIG‎

‎Tales of the Kirkcudbright Artists - Hardback Edition.‎

‎Kirkcudbright, Galloway Publishing. 2006, 1st Edition. (ISBN: 0955318300). Original Illustrated Laminated, 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Probably the definitive work on the Artists Town of Kirkcudbright in Galloway, Scotland. Fine unmarked fisrt edition in hardback. See scans.. Fine/No Jacket.‎

Bookseller reference : 008520 ISBN : 0955318300

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‎GORDON, JOHN‎

‎Richard Poussette-Dart‎

‎New York, Whitney Museum of American Art, 1963. Softcover. Beige speckled wraps with white/black lettering. 55 pp. with 2 bw figures and 43 plates, 4 in color. With an essay/monograph, the plates, catalogue of the exhibition, chronology, list of one-man exhibitions, and a bw photo of the artist. Catalogue from the exhibition of April to May 1963 at the Whitney. Good, clean and tight text but with art museum ex-lib. marks and stickers to covers and title page.‎

Bookseller reference : 148219

‎GORDON, KAREN ELIZABETH‎

‎The New Well-Tempered Sentence‎

‎Houghton Mifflin Co. 1993. (ISBN: 0395628830). Quarter Cloth. Ill.: Various Artists. Illustrated throughout with B&W drawings. Pages clean, unmarked, binding tight and square. Green boards, red spine, gilt lettering, bright, clean. NON price-clipped DJ [$14.95], mostly clean, colors bright, some edge and general wear, short tears. Subtitle: A punctuation handbook for the innocent, the eager, and the doomed". Revised and expanded. Media Mail and US Priority shipping include free tracking information. Very Good+/Very Good-.‎

Bookseller reference : 003573 ISBN : 0395628830

‎GORDON, LESLEY‎

‎Green Magic. Flowers, Plants & Herbs in Lore & Legend.‎

‎New York, Viking Press. 1977. Hardcover. Book, 200 pp. There is a "green magic' that remains beyond grasp and this entertaining book considers the many ways in which growing things have been used and symbolized in history, mythology, religion, witchcraft, communication, ceremony, literature, cosmetics and medicine. Very Good/Very Good.‎

Bookseller reference : 170112

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‎GORDON, MARGOT AND MARCELLO ALDEGA‎

‎Jean-Baptiste-Joseph Wicar: Drawings‎

‎Roma (Rome), Italy, Edizioni de Luca, 1995. Hardcover. Slate gray cloth, maroon and illus. dust jacket, illus. flyleaves, 357 pp. profusely illus. in BW with some color plates; held in matching gray cloth slipcase with maroon and illus. paper boards on sides. Main text is in English, with text of artist's will printed only in the original Italian. Presents hundreds of examples of drawings rendered by French Neoclassical painter Jean-Baptiste Wicar (1762-1834). Scarce. VG .‎

Bookseller reference : 159846

‎GORDON, MARY,‎

‎Spending.‎

‎New York, NY, U.S.A., Simon & Schuster Trade Paperbacks, 1999. (ISBN: 0684852047) 8vo - 7¾" - 9¾" Tall, Soft Cover Good/. Cover is very lightly rubbed and has edgewear. Pages are clean and tight.‎

Bookseller reference : 234905 ISBN : 068485

‎GORDON, RICHARD D.‎

‎Martin on the Mountaintop an Illustrated Tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.‎

‎Lake Elsinore,CA: Cmark Press, 1988. 1st Edition; 1st Printing. Hardcover. Illustrated by Richard D. Gordon. B&W Illustrations; SIGNED EDITION. This book is in Near Fine condition and has a Very Good+ dust jacket. The book and its contents are in clean, bright condition. There is some very beginning toning / sun fading to the top edges of the inside covers of the book. The text pages are clean and bright. Signed, with an inscription, on the front endpaper by the author. The dust jacket has two inch long edge tears (one to the bottom front edge, the other to the bottom rear edge), along with some very beginning rubbing and some lightly ground-in dirt to the rear cover. "On April 3, 1968, the day before he was assassinated, Martin Luther King, Jr. told a congregation in Memphis, Tennessee, that he had abandoned fear because he had been to the Mountaintop - that he had seen the promised land. He told the people that they too would get to the promised land." ; Signed by Author. Near Fine in Very Good+ dust jacket .‎

Bookseller reference : 35049

‎GORDON, ROBERT‎

‎Deborah Butterfield‎

‎New York, Harry N. Abrams, Inc, 2003. Hardcover. Rust-colored cloth, gilt letters on spine & front cover, decorated flyleaves, maroon & color illus. dust jacket, 178 pp. 75 color plates, 25 BW illus. A stunning look at the scrap metal and found wood pieces created by American sculptor Deborah Butterfield (b. 1949). Includes an introduction by Jane Smiley and essays by John Yau and Robert Gordon. Horse lovers must own this one. VG (Labels & a few marks from previous gallery owner, otherwise Like New.) .‎

Bookseller reference : 137285

‎GORDON, SAM‎

‎Sam Gordon, Giverny Artist in Residence / Sam Gordon, Tennessee Artist in Residence‎

‎New York, Feature, Inc, 2004. Softcover. Green and orange wraps with white lettering; 62 pp. total, 31 pp. to each half; profusely illustrated in color with maps on cover fold-overs. Two catalogues printed in reverse from each other, dos-a-dos; about the artist's experiences during two residencies. VG .‎

Bookseller reference : 109669

‎GORDON-BROWN, A‎

‎Christopher Webb Smith. An Artist at the Cape of Good Hope 1837-1839‎

‎(Cape Town, Howard Timmins, 1965). . 4to; original brown rexine, lettered in gilt on spine and upper cover; pictorial dustwrapper, housed in removable protector; pp. xii + 92, including index; 77 colour and black-and-white plates. Dustwrapper a little edgeworn; earlier owner's bookplate and hand-stamp to front free endpaper; occasional fox spot. Very good condition. "Few people will have heard of this artist, but once you have read A. Gordon-Brown's able account of his sojourn at the Cape in 1837-1839 and studied the magnificent paintings and sketches that adorn his book, you will perhaps agree the author has discovered a second Bowler ...The account of the author's research in the matter is fascinating in itself. He heard of Webb Smith when following up a clue in regard to the identity of a Cape artist known only by his initials 'J.W.' He describes how evidence he collected as a result of a great deal of hard work in London pointed to Webb Smith being the artist who made many of the important Cape landscapes in the Library of Parliament in Cape Town hitherto attributed to 'J.W.' But the bird studies by Webb Smith in a setting of Cape flora and scenery, are perhaps the major feature of this beautiful volume. Here then is a unique book, one that will appeal to all collectors of Africana and it can only increase in value as the years go by.".‎

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