1 - 672 FINE AND APPLIED ARTS, ART REFERENCE
- No. 3 lacks the lithograph by Hundertwasser.
= No. 6 with the fold. plate by VASARELY, No.9 with the linocuts by VAN DYKEN und LALOY.
- Pastedowns trifle foxed. Backstrips trifle rubbed. Slipcase dam. at top of spine and worn along extremities.
= Standard catalogue.
- Occas. sl. yellowed in upper blank margin. Covers trifle rubbed along extremities; dustwr. w. some sm. (water)stains.
AND 4 others, i.a. G. SCHOR, Barnett Newman: Die Druckgraphik 1961-1969 (Ostfildern-Ruit, 1996, num. ills., orig. boards w. dustwr., 4to) and S. FIGURA, Lucian Freud. The Painter's Etchings (New York, 2007, num. ills., orig. cl. w. dustwr., 4to).
- Owner's entry on first free endpaper. = Oculi. Studies in the Arts of the Low Countries vol.2.
- Sl. foxed (incl. wr.). = Kwadraatbladen. Petersen/ Brattinga p.d 236.
AND 5 others, i.a. M. SCHOEMAKER-VAN WEESZENBERG, a.o., Jan Schoonhoven, Delft (Delft, 2015, num. ills., orig. boards, sq. 8vo. Lacks backstrip) and F. DUISTER, Nicolaas Wijnberg 1918-2006 (Bussum, 2008, num. ills., orig. boards w. dustwr., 4to).
= T.T.T. is Frank and Heinz Wollny and A.R. Penck.
Frank Wright. Run with the Cowboys. (Heinz Wollny), n.d., LP record (33 1/3 r.p.m.), in orig. sleeve by A.R. PENCK.
= Recorded with Coen Aalberts, Peter Kowald and T.T.T.
T.T.T. Be Cool in Munich. Live Concert part II. T.T.T., n.d., LP record (33 1/3 r.p.m.), in orig. sleeve by A.R. PENCK. - AND 2 similar LP records, both published by Slowscan: vol. 22, SOUND PROOF NO.0 (by G.J. de Rook, G. Monach, M. Gilbbs and U. Carrión; produced in 300 copies) and vol. 30, ROBERT FILLIOU, Whispered History of Art (w. introd. by D. Higgins).
= Nobuyoshi Araki is primarily known for his erotic and kinbaku (Japanese bondage) photography.
- Two lvs. loose; frontcover sl. dustsoiled.
- One leaf loose. Dustwr. sl. creased/ frayed and lacks sm. portions at spine and backwr.
= Rare photographic account of the Czech voluntary forces' military exploits during WWII in Northern Africa. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE IX.
- Crack in spine; corners sl. bumped; slipcase sl. scratched.
- Pastedowns/ endpapers trifle foxed. Lacks dustwr. A few chipped spots to board edges; some soiling.
= Cf. Parr/ Badger 1, p.96 (1st ed. 1928; "one of the most striking books in photographic history").
- Trifle dogeared.
= Vivid photographic record of the strong rebellion against the destruction of the old Nieuwmarkt in Amsterdam, where the leftist municipal government had planned an underground line for the Amsterdam metro. Eventually there was such strong opposition by a significant part of Amsterdam citizens living in the area that the authorities cancelled further destruction/ construction for the Amsterdam metro in the city centre. Rare. Parr/ Badger III, p.68f; Giertsberg a.o., Het Nederlandse fotoboek, p.175.
Anning, N. a.m.o. Squatting, the real story. London, Bay Leaf Books, 1980, 1st ed., (8),240p., num. (col.) ills. by A. MILBURN, orig. wr., obl. 8vo. - ADDED 1 other: H. LAUNSPACH, Om over naar huis te schrijven. Reisbrieven van een toerist met een hamertje (Amst., 1983, ills., orig. (sl. soiled) wr., 4to).
- Boardedges and spine trifle rubbed. On the whole a very good copy.
= Parr/ Badger I, p.208f. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE VIII.
= Re-issue of the ed. 1956 (Amst., Bezige Bij). SIGNED by the photographer on 2nd leaf in pen.
Piller, P. Von Erde schöner. Cologne, Bernd Detsch, 2017, 2nd ed., no pagination, full-p. photogr. ills. by P. PILLER, orig. wr., 4to.
= SIGNED by the photographer on htitle.
Wenders, W. Einmal. Bilder und Geschichten. Munich, Schirmer/ Mösel, 2001, 2nd German ed., 269,(2)p., photogr. ills., orig. wr.
= SIGNED and w. sm. drawing by the director on title.
AND 2 others, i.a. by A. KANDO (w. SIGNED AUTOGRAPH DEDICATION in pen on title).
= With manuscript signed dedication by JACQUES GANS on title in green ballpoint. Le Point, Revue artistique et littéraire LVII.
Lucebert. Het hart van de zoeker. Amst., De Bezige Bij, 1987, 158,(1)p., photogr. ills. by LUCEBERT, orig. wr., 4to.
= SIGNED and dated "'87.I.17" on htitle in blue ballpoint. With three reprints of original photographs by Lucebert loosely inserted (all w. mounted ticket on verso by "Stedelijk Museum" and "Amsterdams historisch museum".
- Dustwr. trifle worn and w. a few sm. tears repaired w. scotch tape.
= Parr p.255: "(...) The epitome of this genre [the photographic essay], is, of course, Robert Frank's The Americans, but not far behind is Ed van der Elsken's epic photojourney - Sweet Life. Whereas Frank criss-crossed the United States, Van der Elsken was even more wide-ranging. Sweet Life is the result of a 14 month world-trip that he made in 1960-1, covering West Africa, the Malay Peninsula, The Philippines, Hong Kong, Japan, the United States and Mexico. (...) Van der Elsken's magnum opus. (...) Sweet Life is a sprawling, exuberant cornucopia, a preview of the pure stream-of-consciousness, machine-gun approach that would soon come with the Japanese Provoke photographers (...)."