Fine. 1st edition. 162pp. Quarto. Original white cloth with white lettering on spine. Pictorial dustjacket and endpapers. Illustrated with full colour photographs and reproductions in text. fine Gathie Falk is a well known Canadian (female) painter and sculptor.
[1-55054-745-3] , 1st edition. (4to) Near fine in near fine dust jacket. 162pp. Illustrated endpapers, photographs, black and white and color illustrations, notes, chronology, bibliography. Art of Gathie Falk. Contributors include Mayo Graham (Eight Red Boots), Bruce Grenville (Cement with Black Shadow), Bruce Grenville (Dress with Insects), Robin Laurence (To Be a Pilgrim), Sarah Milroy (There Are 11 Ships and a Barge in English Bay), Ian M. Thom (Home Environment: 1968, 1985 and 1986). Locale: Vancouver--British Columbia. (Art--Canada, Exhibition Catalog, Exhibition Catalog--Canada, Installation Art)
Fine. 1st edition. 162pp. Quarto. Original white cloth with white lettering on spine. Pictorial dustjacket; gold seal to front panel. Endpapers illustrated. Signature in ink to title page. Illustrated with full colour photographs and reproductions in text. An exceptional copy. fine Collection of images and essays concerning feminist artist and icon Gathie Falk. Her work appears in the National Gallery of Canada and is featured here in full colour with accompanying texts. Signed by the artist. A marvelously illustrated edition.
As New in As New jacket. Book Complete number line from 1 to 5; a solid, clean, unread copy in collectible condition; well illustrated with 55 colour and 45 black and white reproductions of Ms. Falk's work; most of the proceeds of this sale go toward supporting the work of the Vancouver Art Gallery.
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