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Near Fine in Near Fine jacket. Signed by Artist 574 pages 363 illustrations 305 in full color. [SIGNED BY THE ARTIST] Signed by the artist to the second title page, right-hand corner. Slight yellowing to the edges, consistent with age, and a small scratch to the spine of the dustjacket now protected with a Mylar cover. Published on the occasion of the exhibition from the National Gallery of Art, Washington DC February 12-May 7, 1995, The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles CA July 2 ...
Near Fine in Near Fine jacket. 325 pages 298 illustrations, 78 of which are in full color, including numerous tipped in plates. Hardcover monograph in near fine condition, save for a bit of foxing to the top edge and slight tanning to the edges and dustjacket cover, consistent with age. Dustjacket is in equally fine condition and is now protected with a Mylar cover.
Near Fine in Near Fine jacket. 223 pp., 314 duotone illustrations with 16 in full color. Hardcover volume in tight, solid and clean condition. Dustjacket has been price clipped. Virtually new in bright, sharp dustjacket. Foreword by Alfred P. Maurice, Professor of Art and Design, University of Illinois. First edition. Burgundy cloth with illustrated cover, gilt letters to the spine. Chronology. Selected bibliography with index of titles.
Publisher: Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König, Köln
Date published: 2006
Description: Fine Condition. No Jacket, As Issued. Inscribed by the Artist 160 pages, with 33 full color reproductions of the artist's paintings. Crisp, sharp, as new condition. Boldly inscribed in blue on the title page, with a quick line drawing by the artist. Bound in pictorially printed paper covered boards and published on the occasion of the exhibition at the Neue Kunsthalle, St. Gallen, from January 27-March 26, 2006. A contextualizing essay in German and English, brief biography, and checklist from ... Read More
Publisher: Harvey Miller Publishers, London
Date published: 1996
Description: Fine Condition in Fine Condition jacket. 287 pp., 205 illustrations 34 in color. First edition. First fully illustrated and comprehensive monograph devoted to the Westphalian artist Conrad von Soest, who played a pivotoal role in the development of North European art around 1400. The book and jacket are in excellent condition. Read More
Edition: First Edition
Publisher: Univ. of California Press, Berkeley Art Museum, Berkeley & Granary Books...
Date published: 1982
Description: Near Fine in Near Fine jacket. 216 pp. Previous owners embossment on lower right-hand corner of ffep. A small chip to the jacket, otherwise fine. Dustjacket is protected with a mylar cover. Read More
Binding: Stiff Wrappers
Publisher: Alexandre Iolas Gallery, Paris and New York
Date published: 1968
Description: Very Good. Unpaginated (34 pp. ), 18 illustrations 8 sepiatone photographs. Minor wear and tear to the bottom edge, discoloration and foxing to the edges and endpapers. Previous owner's name written to the ffep, from the library of Louise Ferrari, gallery dealer. Stiff red covers with french flaps. Text is in French and English. Read More
Publisher: Paperball, Las Vegas
Date published: 2003
Description: Fine Condition. No Jacket, As Issued. 72 pp., many illustrations in color. Published on the occasion of the exhibition from the Bellagio Gallery, Las Vegas NV February 7-September 7, 2003. Read More