95 - 588 FINE and APPLIED ARTS, ART REFERENCE
- Binding/ contents of 5 vols. w. minor imperfections, otherwise a fine set.
= Year 1918 contains an orig. tinted woodcut by B.W. WIERINK and w. orig. woodcut wr. printed in brownish red by S. JESSURUN DE MESQUITA; year 1919/20 w. orig. woodcut wr. by H. VAN DER STOK; year 1924 w. orig. woodcut wr. by D. NIJLAND.
- Mostly w. blindst. ex-libris.
- Dustwr. dam. at top of spine.
AND 5 others, i.a. T. MERCUUR and F. OOSTERHOF (ed.), Woudsterweg. De Friese jaren van Jan Mankes (Heerenveen-Oranjewoud, 2007, richly illustrated, orig. cl., 4to).
- All vols w. ex-libris stamp on verso backwr.; otherwise contents fine. One wr. foxed; occas tiny tear.
= Rare COMPLETE RUN of this Danish journal. Volume titles: 1. Aksel Jorgensen. 2. Anton Hansen. 3. Käthe Kollwitz. 4. Drawings from the USA. 5. Robert Storm Petersen. 6. Tegnekunsten i Sovjetunionen. 7. Anton Hansen. 8. Foto-Montage. 9. George Grosz. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE VIII.
- All vols w. ex-libris stamp on verso backwr.; otherwise contents fine.
= Volume titles: 1. Diego Rivera. 2. Pariser Kommunen. 3. Danske malere. 4. Krigen. Raderinger af Francesco Goya. 5. Steinlen. 6. Masereel.
- Wrappers and fore-edge sl. (dust)soiled and some (sm.) marginal tears/ defects.
= Typographical compositions formed by transcription of Harig's original soccer radio play. One of three books published by Edition Hansjörg Mayer in this size and format.
= One of 40 copies printed on 'Hayle' paper of Barcham Green, SIGNED by the author, with 2 numb. and signed silksceen prints by JEF GOLYSCHEFF in separate wr., together in orig. slipcase.
= Bibliothèque Intersidérale. Raabe 111,3. One of 325 unnumb. copies.
Gallery of Living Art. A.E. Gallàtin Collection. Washington, The Gallery of Living Art, 1933, (35)p., 32 monochr. plates, printed in 1500 copies, orig. clothbacked boards.
= Importaint catalogue listing 126 works by 64 artists, w. ills. of works by i.a. H. Arp, G. Braque, J. Gris, P. Klee, F. Léger, P. Mondrian and P. Picasso and photogr. portraits of some of the artists by A.E. Gallatin. Includes essays by A.E. Gallatin ("The Plan of The Gallery of Living Art"), James Johnson Sweeney ("Painting") and Jean Helion ("The Evolution of Abstract Art as Shown in The Gallery of Living Art").
= Artist collective Helhesten published a total of 12 issues of its eponymous periodical between 1941 and 1944. Rare.
- Year 1930 htitle loose(ning); backwr. w. tear/ dam. spot (closed w. scotch tape).
= Rare Polish satirical publications w. interesting (constructivist) cover designs (unattributed). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE IX.
= Signed "Anton Heyboer" and "47/50" in pencil on title-page. Contains a loosely inserted original drawing (red oil on paper) by ANTON HEYBOER (29x29 cm., signed).
= Fine copy of the first ed. of the paintings catalogue of Jan van der Heyden, painter and inventor of the improved fire hose.
- Fine set.
= Contains the catalogue of his accepted works, tentatively accepted and questionable works, and works known only through descriptions.
AND 1 other.
- Folded twice throughout.
= The backwrapper with an advertisement for Peek & Cloppenburg also designed by Raoul Hynckes.
- Unsigned and unnumbered copy; lacks gramophone record.
Ex, S. and Hoek, E. De Mechanisch dansende Figuur van Vilmos Huszár. Gereconstrueerd door Andy Kowalski. Utr., Reflex, 1984, text booklet (16p., ills., orig. wr.), instruction leaf, 4 board plates, 2 lvs. red/ green flimsy paper, wooden stick, 13 pins and black gouachetube, together in orig. board box (fine).