568 - 1043 FINE AND APPLIED ARTS, ART REFERENCE
- Contents and wr. fine, apart from some minor defects: frontcover w. sm. vague waterst. in lower inner corner and outer margin; backwr. w. a few sm. stains.
= In total 5 issues were published. Bolliger IV, 323: "(...) der für die Geschichte der Abstrakten Kunst sehr wichtigen Zeitschrift, die unter dem Redaktionskomittee von Arp, Gleizes, Hélion, Herbin, Kupka, Tutundijan, Valmier und Vantongerloo und unter dem "Comité de lecture" von Pevsner und Hans Schiess erschien. Mitarbeit aller bedeutenden abstrakten Künstler der Zeit. Reich illustriert mit zahlreichen bedeutenden programmatischen Texten".
- Fine copy. = Catalogue raisonné.
AND 2 others: IDEM., Peintures et écrits. Ed. E. Ionesco (n.pl., 1977, num. (col.) (photogr.) ills., orig. giltlettered cl. w. (sl. yellowed) dustwr., 4to); C. DOTREMONT, Logbook (n.pl., 1974, num. full-p. ills., printed in 1500 num. copies, orig. wr., 4to).
- Owner's entry on first free endpaper. A few trifle rubbed spot along extremities. Otherwise fine.
- Sl. foxed; contents loose; short tear in outer margin of lithogr. title and printed title. Binding sl. worn along extremities and leather sl. dry.
= The first series of plates published by Austen Henry Layard after his first expedition to the ruins of Nimrud and the Kuyunjik (near Mosul) (a second series with 71 plates was published 4 years later). Layard was fascinated by the ruins that he saw during his travel through the Turkey and Syria and, when on his way to Ceylon to work as a lawyer, his fascination got the better of him. When he his decision had been made to start excavating and he had found enough financial support to do so, he, as he wrote afterwards (...) slept little during the night. The hovel in which we had taken shelter, and its inmates, did not invite my slumber; but such scenes and companions were not new to me: they could have been forgotten, had my brain been less excited. Hopes, long cherished, were now to be realised, or were to end in disappointment. Visions of palaces under-ground, of gigantic monsters, of sculptured figures, and endless inscriptions floated before me. (...) I fancied myself wandering in a maze of chambers from which I could find no outlet. Then again, all was reburied, and I was standing on the grass-covered mound. To illustrate the impressive remains of what was once the greatest and most powerful civilization of its time, he published the present series of large plates. They show in detail the fabulous carvings and sculptures made by the Assyrians and together with his first publication on these excavations (Nineveh and its Remains (...), London 1848-1849), they brought him great fame in England. Many of the great finds were transported to Great Britain and remain in the British Museum. Abbey, Travel 364; Atabey 686. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE IV.
- Most issues fine or with minor imperfections; a few spines splitting.
= Comprises: year 3, no. 1, 3, 4 (without wr.), 5-7, 20, 22-26; year 5 (complete, bound in hcl., without wr.) and loose issues no. 4, 8, 12, 18, 20, 22, 24-26; year 6-13 (complete, in loose issues) and year 14, no. 1 (last issue published). Maan, Paul Schuitema, p.64. The leading periodical of the thirties on functional architecture and related subjects, published 1932-1943. In 1932 Paul Schuitema, who was a member of the architect-group "De Opbouw" created a basic design for the magazine. Other designers could then fill in the rest of the cover. Including full cover designs by Paul Schuitema and a special issue on photography with pictures by Schuitema and Piet Zwart. Due to the war, year 12 and 13 consist of only 12 issues and after the first issue of 1943, the magazine folded. Fanelli 231.
- Most issues w. various (sm.) defects, i.a. spines splitting,
= Comprises: year 6, no. 2, 6, 7, 9, 12-16, 18-26; year 7, no. 1-16, 18-21, 23-26; year 8, no. 1-26 (complete); year 9, no.1-10, 12-24; year 10, no.1-26 (complete); year 11, no.1-18 and no.21/22; year 12, no. 1-4, 6-8, 10-12; year 13, no.1-9, 1-12 and year 14, no.1 (last issue published). Maan, Paul Schuitema, p.64. The leading periodical of the thirties on functional architecture and related subjects, published 1932-1943. In 1932 Paul Schuitema, who was a member of the architect-group "De Opbouw" created a basic design for the magazine. Other designers could then fill in the rest of the cover. Including full cover designs by Paul Schuitema. Due to the war, year 12 and 13 consist of only 12 issues and after the first issue of 1943, the magazine folded. Fanelli 231.
AND ±80 duplicates issues, i.a. an almost complete year 10 (1939).
= The leading periodical of the thirties on functional architecture and related subjects, published between 1932 and 1943. Contains contributions by i.a. J. Duiker, B. Merkelbach, M. Stam, C. van Eesteren and also the in memoriam number devoted to Th. van Doesburg. Partly with striking photo-montage wrappers, nice adverts and typography. Fanelli 231. The complete reprint with index, translations and appendices.
- Wrappers sl. worn along edges.
Sovetskaya Arkhitektura. No. 3. Ibid., Gos. Izd., 1931, 62p., num. ills., orig. wr., folio.
- Owner's entry on title-p.; some underlining in pencil.
= Contains chapters on i.a. Le Corbusier, Moholy-Nagy, J.J.P. Oud and Frank Lloyd Wright.
= Arntzen/ Rainwater J225 (ed. 1970): "A lavishly illustrated study of secular Venetian Gothic Architecture. Extensive bibliography: indexes of artists and buildings".
Dicke, M a.o. Vincenzo Scamozzi architect te Venetië. De grondgedachte van de universele bouwkunst. Amst., Architectura & Natura, 2008, 362p., richly illustrated, orig. boards, 4to. - AND 6 others, i.a. E. GERRITSEN, Zeventiende-eeuwse Architectuurtekeningen (Zwolle, 2006, num. col. ills., orig. cl. w. dustwr., 4to) and G. BELTRAMINI, Palladio and Northern Europe (Geneva/ Milan, 1999, num. ills., orig. wr., 4to).
- Fine copy. = W.L. & J. Brusse 331.
Moderne bouwkunst in Nederland. Ed. H.P. Berlage, W.M. Dudok a.o. Rott., W.L. & J. Brusse, 1932-1935, 20 vols., richly illustrated, orig. unif. clothbacked dec. boards, sm. 4to.
- About 12 vols. w. blemishes to covers (varying from soiling/ foxing/ staining to dam. (3 vol.)).
= Covers the major aspects and forms of Dutch architectural output in the first 30 years of the 20th century. Each volume focuses on a specific aspect, i.a. bridges, street architecture, public buildings, churches, schools, country houses and farms etc.
- Fine copy. = With AUTOGRAPH SIGNED DEDICATION on first blank.
= The rooftile factory of De Valk at one time was the biggest producer of Europe, but had to end production in 1991.
- Backstrip of dustwr. yellowed, otherwise a fine copy. = Fanelli 374; W.L. & J. Brusse 679.
- Lacks 3 plates. Portfolios (sl.) worn/ dam.; large inksmudge on frontcover vol. IX.
- As often without the 2 text vols. and 4 plate vols. with a total of 115 photographic plates of sculptures and paintings. Plates sl. foxed. Both portfolios sunned; lacking a few ties.
= Very fine and lavishly illustrated publication on Garnier's famous Opera house in Paris. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE IV.
- Occas. trifle soiled; frontisp. plate vol. loose. Spine-ends both vols. worn (plate vol. worse); covers w. a few waterst.
= Contains num. (architectural) views of churches and buildings in i.a. Berlin, Cologne, Frankfurt a.M., Munich, Potsdam and Vienna.
AND 2 others: F. WAGNER, Nürnberger Bildhauerwerke des Mittelalters (Paris, 1847, 3 parts in 1 vol., engr. frontisp., 29 plates, contemp. giltlettered cl., 4to. Trifle foxed); ILLUSTRIRTER KATALOG DER PARISER INDUSTRIE-AUSTELLUNG VON 1867 (Leipsic, 1868, num. engr. ills., orig. gilt pict. cl., 4to. Trifle foxed; backstrip sunned and repaired).