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American Folk Sculpture
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American Folk Sculpture

By Bishop, Robert

New York: E. P. Dutton & Co., 1974. 1st . Hardcover. As New/Near Fine. dust jacket with small scratch on front panel. <p>Arranged in twenty-three chapters and covering every type of object, this is the first comprehensive survey of the field every published. It contains over 100 color plates and almost 700 black-and-white photographs.</p>

$50.00

The Paintings and the Journal of Joseph Whiting Stock
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The Paintings and the Journal of Joseph Whiting Stock

By Tomlinson, Juliette (editor)

Middletown, CT: Wesleyan University Press, 1976. 1st . Hardcover. Fine/Near Fine. dust jacket slightly faded on spine. <p>Illustrated with 45 paintings inscribed by Stock, 5 in color, and 56 paintings attributed to Stock, 3 in color.</p>

$25.00

American Folk Paintings From the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Center
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American Folk Paintings From the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Center

By Rumford, Beatrix T., general ed.

Boston, MA: New York Graphic Society, 1988. 1st . Hardcover. Near Fine/Near Fine. faint remainder on bottom edge of text block. <p>With 85 color and 298 black and white illustrations.</p>

$20.00

American Folk Painting: Selections from the Collection of Mr and Mrs William E Wiltshire III
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American Folk Painting: Selections from the Collection of Mr and Mrs William E Wiltshire III

By Woodward, Richard B.

Richmond, Virginia: Virginia Museum, 1977. 1st . Hardcover. As New. not issued with a dust jacket, #9 of 500 copies; in fine slipcase. <p>The catalogue of an exhibition at the Virginia Museum, Richmond, November 29, 1977 - January 8, 1978, and eight other musuems subsequently. 51 paintings are described and illustrated in color.</p>

$40.00

Mattie Lou O'Kelley: Folk Artist
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Mattie Lou O'Kelley: Folk Artist

By O'Kelley, Mattie Lou (text and illustrations) and Robert Bishop (introduction)

Boston, MA: Bulfinch, 1989. 1st . Hardcover. Fine/Very Good. signed by artist and also inscribed; dust jacket with small chip at head of spine and small tear at top edge of back panel near spine. <p>With 80 color and 12 black and white illustrations.</p>

$40.00

Folk Treasures of Historic Ontario
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Folk Treasures of Historic Ontario

By Kobayashi, Terry, Michael Bird, Elizabeth Price

Toronto: Ontario Heritage Foundation, 1985. 1st . Soft cover. Fine. <p>The catalog of an exhibition at the Robert McLaughlin Gallery, Oshawa, January 8 - January 27, 1985 and seven other venues subsequently. 201 objects are described and illustrated, organized in six categories: Graphic Works (44 objects, 14 in color), Textiles (25, 14 in color), Sculpture (50, 18 in color), Utilitarian Objects (61, 25 in color), Gamesboards (6, 2 in color), and Furniture and Accessories (15, 6 in color).</p>

$20.00

Southern Folk Art
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Southern Folk Art

By Rubin, Cynthia Elyce (editor)

Birmingham, AL: Oxmoor House, 1985. Hardcover. Fine/Near Fine. dust jacket with strip of fading along spine edge of front panel. <p>The book is divided into five broad sections, each with an essay by a recognized authority in the field: Pottery by Charles G. Zug III, Painting by Bryding Adams Henley, Sculpture by Vaughan Webb, Decorated Furniture by J. Roderick Moore, and Textiles by Gail Andrews Trechsel. With over 200 illustrations in color and 85 in black and white.</p>

$20.00

Handed On: Folk Crafts in Southern Life
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Handed On: Folk Crafts in Southern Life

By Burrison, John A.

Atlanta, GA: Atlanta History Center, 1993. 1st . Soft cover. New. <p>The catalog of an exhibition at the Atlanta History Center, Atlanta, Georgia, October 23, 1993 - September 4, 1994. 106 objects are described, of which 56 are illustrated in color and 27 in black and white.</p>

$30.00

Three New England Watercolor Painters
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Three New England Watercolor Painters

By Savage, Gail, Norbert H. Savage, and Esther Sparks

Chicago, IL: The Art Institute of Chicago, 1974. 1st . Soft cover. Near Fine. errata and addenda sheet laid-in; light foxing to covers. <p>The catalogue of an exhibition at the Art Institute of Chicago, November 16 - December 22, 1974, the St. Louis Museum of Art, January 17 - March 2, 1975, the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Collection, March 25 - May 11, 1975, and the Currier Gallery of Art, June 1 - September 1, 1975. 22 paintings by J. Evans are described and illustrated, 3 in color; 29 paintings by Joseph H. Davis are described and illustrated, 2 in color; and 27 paintings by J. A. Davis are described and illustrated, 3 in color. Includes catalogues of known works for each of the three painters and a note on the curious calligraphy. Printed in an edition of 2500 copies.</p>

$35.00

Paintings by New England Provincial Artists, 1775-1800
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Paintings by New England Provincial Artists, 1775-1800

By Little, Nina Fletcher

Boston, MA: Museum of Fine Arts, 1976. 1st . Soft cover. Near Fine. light foxing to edges of text block. <p>The catalogue of an exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, July 21 - October 17, 1976. 76 paintings are described and illustrated, 8 of which also appear in color.</p>

$15.00

Between the Rivers: Itinerant Painters from the Connecticut to the Hudson
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Between the Rivers: Itinerant Painters from the Connecticut to the Hudson

By Heslip, Colleen Cowles

Williamston, MA: Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, 1900. 1st . Soft cover. Fine. <p>The catalogue of an exhibition held at the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute April 7 - July 22, 1990, the Museum of Fine Arts, Springfield, Massachusetts, September 9 - November 4, 1990, and the Hudson River Museum January 20 - March 10, 1991. With 31 color and 27 black and white illustrations.</p>

$25.00

Some American Primitives
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Some American Primitives

By Sears, Clara Endicott

Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin, 1941. 1st . Hardcover. Very Good/Good. previous owner's bookplate on front pastedown, dust jacket with chipping at head and foot of spine, corners, and top edge of back panel, fading to spine. <p>For well over a hundred years, before the days of photography, itinerant painters wandered through the American countryside with a roll of canvas and brushes and palette strapped to their backs, to perpetuate the faces of the living, and sometimes of the dead, with their crude, spontaneous artistry. This book -- the first in its field -- tells the story of New England folk portraits and of the artists who made them. It is illustrated with one hundred and ten excellent reproductions of folk portraits.</p>

$25.00

Scrimshaw and Scrimshanders: Whales and Whalemen
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Scrimshaw and Scrimshanders: Whales and Whalemen

By Flayderman, E. Norman

New Milford, CT: N. Flayderman & Co., 1972. Hardcover. Very Good/Fair. 2nd printing, inscribed and dated by the author; light rubbing to extremities and light foxing to top edge of text block, dust jacket price-clipped with three large chips at head of spine, bottom of front panel, and top of back panel, small chip at bottom of back panel, and several repaired tears. <p>This is the first complete book about the famed American nautical folk art of scrimshaw and contains four hundred and fifty superb illustrations which capture the texture and character of articles produced by the scrimshander.</p>

$150.00

The Haffenreffer Collection of Cigar Store Indians and Other American Trade Signs, Complete in Two Parts, April 11 and October 10, 1956
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The Haffenreffer Collection of Cigar Store Indians and Other American Trade Signs, Complete in Two Parts, April 11 and October 10, 1956

By _________________

New York: Parke-Bernet Galleries, 1956. 1st . Soft cover. Near Fine. Part One priced in pencil; light creasing to yapp edges of front cover of Part One. <p>Both volumes of the sale of the Haffenreffer Collection. Part One with 100 lots described, of which 35 are illustrated. Part Two with 65 lots described, of which 21 are illustrated.</p>

$250.00

The Art of the Weathervane
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The Art of the Weathervane

By Miller, Steve

Exton: Schiffer, 1984. Hardcover. Fine/Very Good. dust jacket with small chip at top edge of front panel near fold. <p>Profusely illustrated in black and white and in color.</p>

$25.00

Folk Art's Many Faces: Portraits in the New York State Historical Association
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Folk Art's Many Faces: Portraits in the New York State Historical Association

By D'Ambrosio, Paul S. and Charlotte M. Emans

Cooperstown, NY: New York State Historical Association, 1987. 1st . Hardcover. Fine/Near Fine. dust jacket sunned on spine. <p>The catalogue of the New York State Historical Association's collection of folk art portraits. All portraits are described and illustrated in color or in black and white.</p>

$75.00

The Jewish Heritage in American Folk Art
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The Jewish Heritage in American Folk Art

By Kleeblatt, Norman L. and Gerard C. Wertkin, with an essay by Mary Black

New York: Universe Books, 1984. 1st . Soft cover. Fine. <p>This copiously illustrated volume in the first to explore a unique chapter in folk art. Numerous photographs and authoritative text illuminate a striking collection of primitive folk portraiture and folk objects that combine distinctly Jewish themes with American and European folk traditions. 128 objects are described and illustrated, 17 in color.</p>

$15.00

Pennsylvania German Fraktur and Color Drawings
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Pennsylvania German Fraktur and Color Drawings

By Yoder, Don (intro), Vernon S. Gunnion and Carroll J. Hopf

Lancaster, Penn.: Pennsylvania Farm Museum of Landis Valley, 1969. 1st . Soft cover. Fine. <p>The catalogue of an exhibition at the Pennsylvania Farm Museum of Landis Valley, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, May 19 - June 30, 1969. Illustrated with 80 plates, 11 in color.</p>

$15.00

Folk Art in America: Painting and Sculpture
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Folk Art in America: Painting and Sculpture

By Ericson, Jack T. (editor)

New York: Main Street/Mayflower Books, 1979. 1st . Soft cover. Very Good. rubbing to spine edge and fore edge of front cover. <p>Reprints from The Magazine Antiques arranged into three areas: Folk Art in Perspective (7 articles); Painting (12 articles); Sculpture (8 articles). Each article is illustrated with black and white photos.</p>

$20.00

Where Liberty Dwells: 19th-Century Art by the American People
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Where Liberty Dwells: 19th-Century Art by the American People

By Tillou, Peter H.

Buffalo, NY: Albright-Knox Art Gallery, 1976. 1st . Soft cover. New. The catalogue of an exhibition at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York, January 17 - Februry 22, 1976, the Milwaukee Art Center, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, July 25 - August 29, 1976, the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, January 14 - February 20, 1977, and the Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute, Utica, New York, April 3 - May 29, 1977. With 18 color and 67 black and white illustrations.

$15.00

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