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Category: Art History: US Art
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Click for larger image 1. Bailey, Susan  
ESSENTIAL HISTORY OF AMERICAN ART 

Publisher: Parragon Publishing, Bath, England, 2001
As New in As New dust jacket. Stated First Edition. First Printing. Hard Cover. ISBN: 0752553550 FIRST EDITION (stated), FIRST PRINTING. Hardcover with unclipped dust jacket. 4to (8.25 x 11.5"). 256 pp. Bound in publisher's full glossy pictorial boards. Profusely illustrated with full-page, full-color reproductions. This is a new, unopened copy. Both the volume and the dust jacket are in perfect, pristine condition. AS NEW/AS NEW. Written with a comprehensive introduction, Essential History of American Art looks in detail at the range of art that has been produced by American artists, with detailed commentary on 120 works. Some of these are considered the most important pieces; others may be less well known, but they are all essential to the development of American Art. 4to - over 9" - 12" tall
Item number: 4195
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Click for larger image 2. Brandywine River Museum, The  
The Brandywine Heritage 

Publisher: The Brandywine River Museum, Chadds Ford, PA, 1971
Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket. First Edition. 1. Hard Cover. ISBN: 0912416025 Publisher's full burgundy cloth, gilt (silver) lettering on spine, cream endpapers. 4to. 121 pp. Illustrated with 18 full-page color reproductions and 80 B&W reproductions of works by Howard Pyle, N. C. Wyeth, Andrew Wyeth, and James Wyeth. Former owner's name and address on ffep, else as new. Price-clipped dust jacket. NEAR FINE/NEAR FINE. Color and B&W illustrations. 4to - over 9" - 12" tall. 121 pp
Item number: 1393
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Click for larger image 3. Brown, Jules David; Barbara Rose  
AMERICAN PAINTING FROM ITS BEGINNING TO THE ARMORY SHOW AND THE TWENTIETH CENTURY (Two Volumes - Complete in Slipcase) 

Publisher: Editions D'Art Albert Skira, Lausanne, Switzerland, 1970
As New in As New dust jacket. First Edition. 1. Hard Cover First Edition, First Printing. Two Volumes with dust jackets in original slipcase. Publisher's full brown cloth, gilt lettering on spines and covers. Folio. 144, (2); 125, (1) pp. Profusely illustrated with 70 extremely high-quality, full-page, full-color tipped-in plates in Volume I and 60 such plates in Volume 2. These are unmarked, unused copies, both the volumes and the unclipped dust jackets are in perfect, pristine condition. AS NEW/AS NEW. The original slipcase, complete with both paste-ons is also in perfect condition. Volume I is "American Painting: From its Beginnings to the Armory Show" by Jules David Brown. Volume 2 is "American Painting: The Twentieth Century" by Barbara Rose. Very Heavy - Additional shipping may apply. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall
Item number: 6947
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Appr.: | AUD 320.86 | CAD 329.67 | EUR 217.39 | GBP 178.57 | JPY 30000 | MXN 3750 | ZAR 3000 |
Click for larger image 4. Hipkiss, Edwin J.  
EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY AMERICAN ARTS: M. & M. KAROLIK COLLECTION OF PAINTINGS, DRAWINGS, ENGRAVINGS, FURNITURE, SILVER, NEEDLEWORK & INCIDENTAL OBJECTS GATHERED TO ILLUSTRATE THE ACHIEVEMENTS OF AMERICAN ARTISTS & CRAFTSMEN  

Publisher: Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA, 1941
Near Fine with no dust jacket. First Edition. Hard Cover FIRST EDITION, FIRST PRINTING. Hardcover without dust jacket (as issued). xvii, (iii) 366, (42) pp. Publisher's royal blue cloth, gilt lettering on spine, gilt lettering and decoration on cover. Illustrated with 265 beautifully printed black and white collotype plates (many full-page) The volume is in excellent condition. All plates and text are clean and bright. There is a former owner's very small printed name-plate on the fep, the corners are slightly bumped, there is minor edge-wear and minimal rubbing to the boards, else fine. NEAR FINE. This is a full, detailed catalogue of the 275 works in the collection donated to the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. An important catalogue of American arts. This extensive catalogue is one of the finest for the study of colonial and early American furniture, painting, and the decorative of arts of the period of 1720-1820.This beautifully printed volume, set in Monotype Bembo and with full-tone collotype illustrations, established a high visual standard for furniture catalogs that was emulated by Joseph Downs in the 1950s and Morrison Heckscher in the 1980s. The catalog includes 125 examples of high-style furniture, the vast majority from Massachusetts and Rhode Island, although some superb Philadelphia objects are included. These objects are not included in Richard Randall's 1965 catalog. "Karolik's musings As I Reflect upon the Collection, provide a fascinating look at the mind of an idiosyncratic collector. " -Ames & Ward. [Arntzen/Rainwater I471][Karpel C347a][Lucas p.48][Franklin 1342 "most complete or worthwhile"][Ames & Ward p.94 "Beautifully illustrated volume with full-tone collotype illustrations"]. Folio (9.25 x 12.25")
Item number: 3412
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Appr.: | AUD 106.90 | CAD 109.84 | EUR 72.43 | GBP 59.49 | JPY 9995 | MXN 1249 | ZAR 1000 |
Click for larger image 5. Lipman, Jean  
AMERICAN PRIMITIVE PAINTING 

Publisher: Oxford University Press, London, 1942
Near Fine in Good dust jacket. First Edition. Hard Cover FIRST EDITION, FIRST PRINTING. Hardcover with unclipped dust jacket. Folio. 158 pp. Publisher's full green cloth, gilt (brown) lettering on spine, eagle medallion (brown gilt) embossed on cover. Illustrated with 102 reproductions (eight color and 94 photogravure plates). The volume is in excellent condition, unmarked, with all of the plates present, crisp and clean. NEAR FINE/GOOD. This lavishly illustrated volume presents an authoritative account of American Primitive Painting, focusing on New England & Pennsylvania between 1790 and 1875. Contents include: A Critical Definition; Portraiture - A Revaluation; The Composite Scene; A Lady's Painting Portfolio; Wall Decorations; a Selected Bibliography; a list of Important Exhibitions; and an index of Primitive Painters. The heel of the spine is mildly wrinkled. The dust jacket (now in Mylar) has a 2.5" tear on the bottom of the front panel and a 3.5" closed tear on the front panel near the spine, else very good. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall
Item number: 4496
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US$49.95
Appr.: | AUD 53.42 | CAD 54.89 | EUR 36.20 | GBP 29.73 | JPY 4995 | MXN 624 | ZAR 500 |
Click for larger image 6. Williams, William James  
A HERITAGE OF AMERICAN PAINTINGS FROM THE NATIONAL GALLERY OF ART 

Publisher: Hammond Incorporated, Maplewood, NJ, 1981
As New in Fine+ dust jacket. Stated First Edition. First Printing. Hard Cover. ISBN: 0843710713 FIRST EDITION, FIRST PRINTING. Hardcover with unclipped ($30.00) dust jacket. 4to. 256 pp. Bound in publisher's full padded red leather, gilt lettering, borders and decoration on spine, gilt borders and lettering on cover. Gold endpapers. Illustrated with hundreds of reproductions, 64 pages of which are in full color. Profusely illustrated throughout with reproductions of paintings from the National Gallery of Art collection, including 64 pages in full color. This is a new, unopened copy, which shows only the slightest shelf-wear. AS NEW/FINE+. An excellent copy of a book that graphically captures the feeling of touring room to room through Washington's magnificent National Gallery of Art. With the Gallery's American painting collection as his lecture hall, author William James Williams, curator and lecturer, leads the reader through fourteen interconnected 'rooms' to be enjoyed briefly or lingered in for serious study. Color and B&W photographs. 4to - over 9" - 12" tall. 256 pp
Item number: 3864
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US$17.95
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Click for larger image 7. Wilmerding, John (Ed)  
THE GENIUS OF AMERICAN PAINTING 

Publisher: William Morrow & Company, NY, 1973
Fine in Near Fine dust jacket. First Edition. Hard Cover. ISBN: 0688001939 FIRST EDITION, FIRST PRINTING. Hardcover with unclipped dust jacket. 4to. 352 pp. Bound in publisher's full turquoise-blue cloth, gilt lettering on spine and cover, black endpapers. Lavishly illustrated with 64 color plates and 270 B&W illustrations. Includes extensive Notes, Bibliography and Index. Both the volume and the dust jacket are in excellent condition, with no ownership marks. FINE/NEAR FINE. This is a very well-illustrated history of American painting, starting with its origins in the traditional English and Dutch schools, ending with contemporary art of the late 20th century. It is divided into sections, each by an expert in the area, including: Colonial Art by R. Peter Mooz; The First Half of the Nineteenth Century by John Wilmerding; The Second Half of the Nineteenth Century by Richard J. Boyle; The Forming of the Avant-Garde 1900-1930 by Irma B. Jaffe; The 1930's and Abstract Expressionism by Harry Rand; From the 1960's to the Present Day by Dore Ashton. Corners lightly rubbed. The dust jacket shows minor general shelf-wear. 4to - over 9" - 12" tall
Item number: 4497
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US$29.99
Appr.: | AUD 32.07 | CAD 32.96 | EUR 21.73 | GBP 17.85 | JPY 2999 | MXN 375 | ZAR 300 |

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