Pilgram. 119 pp. scholarly text on the works of the 15th-century Viennese sculptor and his contemporaries, careful notes, critical descriptions of 56 works, documentary appendices, indices, 210 good photographic illus. on plates (1 tipped in). Large 4to. Cloth. Vienna (Herold) 1951.
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292 pp. study, published in conjunction with a traveling exhibition, including essays by noted scholars, ext, notes, biographies of artists, bibliography, over 50 text illus., and over 100 plates (many in color). 4to. Boards, d.j. New York (American Federation of Arts/Univ. of Penn. Press) 1992. The exhibition appeared at the...
[title from spine: Catalogue des Tableaux de la Galerie de San Donato. ] 71 pp. auction catalogue offering 23 works by Dutch and Flemish masters including Cuyp, Hobbema, Metsu, Ostade, Rembrandt, Rubens, etc., with an introductory letter by Ernest Chesneau and item descriptions by Francis Petit, illustrated on 23 plates...
IX, 132 pp. catalogue to the exhibition by Emile Dacier and P. Ratouis de Limay of pastels by French artists of the 17th-18th centuries, including works by La Tour, Nanteuil, Vivien, Perronneau and Chardin, 96 plates of mostly portraits. 4to. Wrpps. Paris (G. van Oest) 1927. One of 800 copies.
4 vols. in 6 parts: 247, 358, 116, 274, 354, 65 pp. detailed account of the excavations including catalogue of finds, notes, concordances, lists, hundreds of text illus. from photos, plans, and drawings, and 298 plates (9 color, 1 folding) showing photographic views of the site (some aerial) and recovered...
525 pp. scholarly survey of Ligurian painting in the first half of the seventeenth century, including material on the work of Giovanni Battista Paggi, Domenico Fiasella, Giovanni Andrea de Ferrari, Gioachhino Assereto and Orazio de Ferrari, substantial annotation, general bibliography and bibliographies of individual artists, indices, 425 illus. on plates...
3 vols., XV, 981 pp. text, ext. notes, bibliographies, indices, 805 illus. on 361 plates (5 plates in color). 4to. Decorated cloth. Munich (Bruckmann) 1923. Chamberlin 1204. Lucas p. 20. A fine set of Pfuhl's comprehensive and scholarly history of Greek painting and drawing.
Carpioni. 169 pp. monograph on the Italian painter (1613-1679) based in Vicenza, detailed and fully documented catalogue raisonné of paintings and engravings (documented, attributed, wrongly attributed, etc.), concordances, locations of works, extensive notes, bibliography, indices, 209 illustrations on plates (5 in color). 8vo. Cloth. Venice (Alfieri) 1961. Freitag 1731.
A complete subscription portfolio of 20 chromolithographs, each 22" x 28", issued in ten monthly installments of 2 prints reproducing orig. watercolors of American birds by Pope with captioned guard leaves reprinting descriptive texts from a variety of sources incl. Alexander Wilson's "American Ornithology" and Audubon's "Birds of America". Each...
Carracci. 2 vols., XIV, 183, 123 pp. monograph on the Italian Baroque painter (1560-1609), notes, catalogue raisonné, bibliography, indices, 477 illustrations in the text and on plates (10 color). Complimentary article attached to front end-paper. 4to. Cloth. London (Phaidon) 1971. (Kress Foundation Studies in the History of European Art). Freitag 1754. Arntzen R 74.
93 pp. text, bibliography, 205 plates (4 in color) showing ancient wall paintings and mosaics. 4to. Original decorated cloth. Milan (Treves) 1929. (Thesaurus Artium).
Delacroix. LXII, 538 pp. catalogue raisonné, in chronological order, of 1968 works by Delacroix in various media, with small wood engravings of most works listed, introductory text, catalogue of portraits of Delacroix, notes, list of salon exhibitions, indices, 4 pp. of signatures, 2 heliogravure portrait frontispieces. A few small stains...
2 vols., 200, 294 pp. detailed crit. catalogue, by Paola della Pergola, of paintings in the collection, annotated digest of 260 documents and inventories including some transcriptions, chronological bibliographies, concordance tables, indices, 3 text illus., 557 illus. on plates. Small 4to. Orig. printed bds. Rome (Istituto Poligrafico dello Stato) 1955-1959...
La Hyre. 383 pp. monograph, published in conjunction with a major exhibition seen at museums in Grenoble, Rennes, and Bordeaux, analysis of De la Hyre's paintings, drawings, and graphic works, chronology, notes on his atelier, catalogue raisonné of works, num. appendices, bibliography, indices, 330 illustrations (some in fine color). Large...
Bissen. 2 vols., 439, 159 pp. monograph on the Danish Neoclassical sculptor second only to Thorvaldsen, extensive notes (ca. 85 pp.), oeuvre catalogue, lists, indices, folding geneological table, ca. 150 illus. in the text or on plates showing figural sculptures, busts, a few drawings, etc. 4to. Orig. wrpps., chipped. Copenhagen (Kunstforeningen) 1945.
IV, 38, XIII pp. text including introduction by B.R. M de Neeve, descriptive list of works in the exhibition, biography, bibliography, list of collectors, and seven plates depicting the Dutch renaissance ceramicist's landscape motifs. Sm. 4to. Wrpps. Rotterdam, 1968.
394 pp. scholarly study of ancient Middle Eastern artworks, incl. Sumerian, Cappadocian, Persian and Babylonian items, and their influence on later motifs in Islamic pottery, contributions by numerous noted scholars, ext. notes, bibliography, list, map, 524 plates from drawings after objects and decorative motifs, 30 plates from photographs. 4to. New cloth. Nice (Mathieu) 1948.
Achenbach. 152 pp. monograph on the 19th-century German painter, notes, bibliography, excerpts from letters, 156 plates (4 in color). 4to. Cloth. Dusseldorf (L. Schwann) 1944.
121, (161) pp. text on funereal and tomb sculpture, with notes, bibliography, and 162 illus. on plates showing figures, reliefs, details, etc. 4to. Cloth, d.j. Warsaw (PIW) 1957.
2 vols., VII, 338 pp. text, notes, bibliography, iconographical index, map of the region between present-day Cernauti, Iasi, and Galati in Romania, text illustrations from ornaments in the paintings, atlas of 96 plates. Large 4to. Text bound in new cloth, plates loose in original boards portfolio. Paris (Geuthner) 1928. (Orient et Byzance). Arntzen M 450.
Liss. XIV, 190 pp. monograph on the German Baroque master (1597-1630) and his extensive and important activity in Venice, bibliogr. notes, index, 75 text illustrations, 57 plates (1 in color). Large 4to. Cloth. Berlin (Deutscher Verein fur Kunstwissenschaft) 1940. (Denkmaler Deutscher Kunst). Chamberlin 2406. Freitag 7181.
Guido. XV, 121 pp. monograph on the 13th-century Sienese painter, his works and attributions, notes, bibliography, index, 128 illus. on plates. 4to. Cloth. d.j. Princeton (Princeton Univ. Press) 1964. Lucas p. 153. Freitag 5026. The work includes new information on Duccio and some of his contemporaries.
2 vols., XX, 333 scholarly text, notes, detailed descriptions of works shown, bibliography, 230 fine photographic plates showing the reliefs and sculptures. 4to. Cloth. Munich (Georg Muller) 1925. (Der Indische Kulturkreis in Einzeldarstellungen).
Meester Constbeldthouwer. 579 pp. monograph on the Baroque sculptor, critical catalogue of works, notes, documents, lengthy bibl., index, 209 illus. on plates showing sculptures, preliminary drawings, sketches, etc. Lg. 8vo. Cloth. Brussels (Paleis der Academien) 1949. (Verhandelingen van de Koninklijke Vlaamse Academie Voor Wetenschappen, Letteren en Schone Kunsten van Belgie... Schone Kunsten XI, 5).
88, (16) pp. text on the sources, use, periods and types of ancient Gallic ceramic sculpture, including extensive description of the plates, text illustrations, 75 plates of fine tinted lithographs from drawings by Tudot of the varieties of sculptures, molds and inscriptions on tablets. 4to. 1/2 leather, edges worn. Paris (C. Rollin) 1860.