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Ladies' Day April 7 1894. Seventh Regiment Veteran Club 751 Fifth Avenue.

By EXHIBITION CATALOGUE. New York 7th Regiment

[New York: The Regiment; Printed by the Republic Press, 1894. . 4to, white stiff wrappers, has been folded; front printed in gold; back No other copy located. A glossy production by this very up-market, social regiment. A loan exhibition of 103 paintings including a number of Thomas Nast's work and some by Chase


The Life and Letters of Joseph Pennell

By PENNELL Elizabeth

Boston: Little Brown and Company, 1929. . 2 volumes; illustrated. 8vo, brown cloth, t.e.g.; dust jackets (slightly light-struck on spines), open-ended slipcase.


James McNeill Whistler: Paintings, Etchings, Pastels & Watercolours

By [WHISTLER]. Sutton Denys

London: Phaidon Press, 1966. . Folio, blue cloth, lower corners bumped; dust jacket


History of Wood-Engraving

By Woodberry George E.

New York: Harper Brothers, 1883. . Large 8vo, olive green gilt cloth, beveled edges, some wear to corners.


Roger Fry: A Biography

By [FRY]. Woolf Virginia

Toronto: The Macmillan Company of Canada Limited, 1940. . 8vo, blue/green cloth, spine faded and with a small gouge in outer front hinge. First Canadian from British sheets


The Drawings of Henry Fuseli

By [FUSELI]. Powell Nicolas

London: Faber and Faber Ltd., 1951. . Small folio, bright green cloth, dust jacket with inch-square section lacking at top outer corner


The Adventures of an Illustrator


Boston: Little Brown & Company, 1925. . Small folio, brown cloth, some spotting on spine and front cover; edges foxed; dust jacket (some chipping)


Sir John Tenniel

By [TENNIEL]. Sarzano Frances

New York : Pellegrini & Cudahy, . . 4to, red cloth, dust jacket lacking inch segments at head and tail and with other small tears and nicks. In the series "English Masters of Black-and-White". First American from the British sheets


Georgia O'Keeffe

By [OÕKEEFFE]. Cowart Jack

Washington: National Gallery of Art in Association with New York Graphic Society and Little, Brown and Company, Boston, 1987. . Folio, natural linen, dust jacket


Modern Drawings

By WHEELER Monroe, Editor

New York: The Museum of Modern Art, 1944. . 4to, gray paper-covered boards (front pictorial); black cloth spine; dust jacket with faded spine


Gainsborough and His Place in English Art

By [GAINSBOROUGH]. Armstrong Sir Walter

New York and London: Charles Scribner's Sons; William Heinnemann, 1904. . Large 8vo, navy blue cloth, medalion on front cover. First American. Popular Edition. First edition published in 1898 with extra lithographic plates


The Recollections of John Ferguson Weir, Director of the Yale School of the Fine Arts 1869-1913

By [WEIR]. Sizer Theodore, Editor

New York and New Haven: The New-York Historical Society and The Associates in Fine Arts at Yale University, 1957. . 8vo, green cloth. Reprinted with additions from "The New-York Historical Society Quarterly" of April, July and October, 1957


National Gallery Illustrations: British School. With Two Hundred Reproductions


London: For the Trustees, 1936. . 8vo, gray linen, corners somewhat bumped


Since Fifty: Men and memories, 1922-1938


London: Faber and Faber, 1939. . 8vo, black cloth, rubbed. First edition of the 3rd volume of Rothenstein's memoirs


A Hundred Years of British Painting 1851-195e1

By HUBBARD Hesketh

London, etc.: Longmans, Green and Co., 1951. . 8vo, brown cloth, spine faded


William Rothenstein: The Portrait of an Artist in His Time

By [ROTHENSTEIN]. Speaight Robert

London: Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1962. . 8vo, royal blue cloth


The Rainbow: A Portrait of John Constable

By [CONSTABLE]. Shirley Andrew

London: Michael Joseph, 1949. . 8vo, orange cloth, dust jacket, very minor chips at base of spine.


William Blake Poet and Painter. An Introduction to the Illuminated Verse

By [BLAKE]. Hagstrum Jean H

Chicago & London: University of Chicago Press, 1966. . Large 8vo, apple-green cloth, dust jacket, very minor soiling on back. Second Impression


The Laurel and the Thorn.

By [WATTS]. Chapman Ronald

London: Faber & Faber, 1945. . Tall 8vo, brown cloth, light-struck and with a few small paint chips


Sir Thomas Lawrence's Letter-Bag

By [LAWRENCE]. Layard George Somes, Editor

London: George Allen, 1906. . 8vo, red cloth, gilt spine, spine faded; t.e.g., others uncut and unopened


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