59 pp. retrospective text discussing the decorative bronze statues designed by the German firm and a catalogue of works produced between 1784-1909, bibliography, 7 tipped-in text illustrations, 11 plates. Sm. 8vo. Stiff wrpps. Munich (Fritz Rehm) n.d. (circa 1920).
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X, 102 pp. text on later Gothic sculpture and painting of the Rhinelands and Hessia, notes, index, 68 plates (2 in color). 4to. New cloth. Frankfurt (J. Baer) 1910.
207 pp. descriptive catalogue of the museum's collection of 466 Italian and Spanish Renaissance and Baroque sculptures (excluding bronzes), notes, bibl., all 466 illus. in the text, many with multiple views and details. Lg. 4to. Printed cloth. Berlin (Reimer) 1913. Ex-library copy (bookplate on endpaper). An ex-library copy in excellent condition.
257 pp. descriptive and critical catalogue, by Frida Schottmuller, of Spanish and Italian sculptures of the 15th through 18th centuries including pieces in marble, clay, ceramic, wood and stone, notes, indices, all works reproduced in the text. Last few pp. neatly repaired. Large 4to. Cloth. Berlin/Leipzig (De Gruyter) 1933. Second...
132 pp. text on Gothic sculpture of southern France, notes, bibliography, 36 plates. Some minor pencil annotations. 4to. Wrpps., spine rubbed. Paris (Henri Laurens) 1936.
XX, 139 pp. descr. and fully documented catalogue, by Ludwig Budde and Richard Nicholls, of 217 works incl. a few dubious attributions and later works, introd. on the collection, ext. notes, concordances, glossary, indices, numerous photogr. illus. on 62 plates. 4to. Cloth. Cambridge (Univ. Press, for the Fitzwilliam Museum) 1964. Arntzen K 29.
308 pp. text on Roman fountains, thoroughly annotated, bibliography, indices, 251 fine illus. on plates from photographs by Max Dellacher and from reproductions of old drawings and engravings. 4to. Orig. dec. cloth. Rome (Staderini) 1962. Second ed.
346 pp. study of 17th century developments in the coastal town in the Marche region of Italy, including a compendium of essays on art, architecture, goverment, and religious and secular life, including essays, extensive annotation and documentation, bibliography, indices, and over 100 illustrations in the text and on plates (many...
375 pp. ethnographic text on the Cameroon cultures, incl. material on social structure, ritual arts such as scarification, etc., with a catalogue of the collection of sculptures (wooden and metal), textiles, baskets, architectural elements, masks, personal ornaments, pipes and other utilitarian objects, smithery, etc., acquired by Gebauer and his family...
82 pp. monograph on Johann Baptist Straub, and his highly expressive Baroque sculptures located in the churches of Vienna, Munich, and elsewhere, lengthy notes, bibl., 129 illus. on plates showing documents, views and details of the figural groups and individual sculptures. 4to. Munich (Recht) 1922.
XII, 221 pp. scholarly text (Dutch, with good French summary) on the origin and significance of steles in Aegean and Greek art, ext. notes, substantial bibliography. Large 8vo. Cloth. Amsterdam (Noord-Hollandsche Uitgevers) 1942. (Allard Pierson Stichting. Archaeologisch-Historische Bijdragen, 9).
89, 13 pp. text (in Japanese with English summary) and descriptions, 100 plates showing a fine collection of masks as used in Noh plays. Sm. 4to. Cloth, d.j. (chipped). Kyoto (Hinoki) 1954.
305 pp. catalogue of 150 works, primarily of German, Italian, and French origin, each item ext. documented and annotated, incl. indices of previous owners, artists, places, iconography, etc., and 219 excellent photogr. illus. on plates showing the sculptures, some from more than one view. Fore-edge foxed. 4to. Cloth, d.j. London...
Unpaginated (6) pp. title and introductory matter, including list of exhibited works, accompanying 57 plates (3 in superb color) showing excellent photographs of dramatic Noh masks, most from the collections of private individuals (mainly patriarchs of Noh acting families) and a few held by National museums. Folio. Paper-covered boards, tie-bound...
Campeny Estrany. At head of title-page: Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Jorge. 51 pp. transcription of a lecture discussing the development of the style of the 19th century sculptor active in Barcelona, 30 plates. Tall 4to. Wrpps., cover foxed around edges. Barcelona (Gráfica Bachs) 1956.
Gagini. 2 vols., 831, X, 507 pp. text, transcriptions of 366 documents, ext. notes, indices. 4to. Recent cloth. Palermo (Giornale di Sicilia) 1880-1884. This copy lacks the 38 plates called for. The rare and thorough text covers and documents a considerable part of the history of Renaissance sculpture in Sicily...
Christian. 66 pp. text on the prolific 18th-century German sculptor, ext. notes incl. bibliographic references, chronological list of works, 80 nice plates. 4to. Cloth. Leipzig (Schluter) n.d. (circa 1940's).
240 pp. catalogue, by Hans R. Weihrauch, of 295 works, appendix on bronzes in the Residenzmuseum, bibliography, index, all pieces illustrated. 4to. Dec. cloth. Munich (Bruckmann) 1956. (Bayerisches Nationalmuseum, Kataloge, XIII, 5).
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.
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...
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.
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.
64 pp. catalogue describing hundreds of beautifully painted tiles, sculptures, and reliefs in the museum, many from convents and other religious foundations dating from the medieval period, 61 plates (some color). Lightly foxed in margins on a few pp. 4to. Wrpps., cover slightly faded and stained. Barcelona (Viuda Domingo Casanovas) 1909.
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., 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).