Rare Art by Artist
F. L. Griggs and his Work
4to. Full bound in black cloth. Gilt titling on spine. Number 125 of a LIMITED EDITION of 600 copies. SIGNED by author. Book shows little wear. No dustjacket, as issued.
Foreword by Monika Stadler. Text by Gunta Stolzl.
The Complete Work
Shows architecture, sculpture, photographs, industrial designs, paintings and drawings by the Austrian-born artist
Homage to Marc Chagall
Red cloth with gilt titles. Includes color lithograph, as new. Binding tight and square, boards clean. Jacket price-clipped. Wear to corners and edges of jacket; small intact tears to bottom corners of jacket.
Sculpture and Other Works by Tim Hawkinson
Paper covers, nice copy, inside bright and crisp.
Complete Graphic Work 1951-1976
Although books on Hundertwasser's work abound, few are as satisfying as this luxuriously designed, one of a kind volume thhat was originally created as an exhibition catalog. Bound in black linen, foil-embossed, and printed in six colors with impeccable attention to detail, this gem of a book contains nintey-eight color illustrations featuring a selection of Hundertwasser's graphic works along with critical texts and commentary by the artist. A short introduction, an essay on the artist's grapgic work and an up-to-date biography make this an indispensable book for fans of Hundertwasser and lovers of beauty.
Nothing Personal, Paintings 1987-1997
The Illusion of Life
An out-of-print collector's item since 1986, the definitive account of the development of Disney animation explains what made Disney's style unique and features original sketches and drawings revealing the origins of Mickey and the rest. National ad/promo.
"Limited 284/3500. 4to, 576pgs. Full bound in burgundy silk with matching slipcase. Book is signed by Frank Thomas and Ollie Johnston on front fold-out, replete with bright full color illustrations throughout. Slipcase is in fine condition with color illustrated paper label from Pinocchio on side panel. Corner is bumped at tail edge of front board, else book is very fine. [AUT]Johnston, Ollie
Ilya Repin and the World of Russian Art