Impressionism/19th Century Art
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Ottawa: National Gallery of Canada, 1999. First Edition, First Printing. Quarto; 599 pages; VG/VG; spine emerald with white text; dust jacket protected with mylar; mild shelfwear to dust jacket, including a few small chips to the front cover; textblock clean; ink name to ffep; black and white and full color photography throughout; shelved Artists A-F.
London: George Newnes, Limited, 1901. Early Edition. Quarto; 96 pages; VG-; three-quarters dark purple bonded leather binding over pebbled cloth boards with gilt titling to front cover and spine and gilt tooling to all faces; some shelfwear to covers, including scuffs, rubbing, chips, slightly exposed boards, and a four-inch split from the head at the front hinge bisecting the spine below the title; textblock clean with red speckling on all edges; inscribed with an illustration reading "To Lucy From Charlie 5 Nov. 1901" on pre-title; full color plates from photographs throughout; one item of ephemera loose within, a pamphlet titled "Reply of His Majesty the King to an Address from the School, July 1, 1911.", shelved above case 4.
New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art; Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 1994. First Edition. Quarto, 486 pages; VG/VG-; spine is blue with white lettering; dust jacket has minimal wear along the top and bottom edges, has minor rubbing on the back cover; binding has minimal bumping on the fore edge corners; pages clear; possibly signed by Tinterow on the title page; shelved front table.
New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1992. Quarto; 303 pages; VG-/G+; Illustrated spine with White text; Fully bound in brown cloth with orange text; Dustjacket protected by mylar cover, minor edgewear and shelfwear, small closed tear along head edge of rear cover; Boards have minor edgewear; Textblock has small gray smudge on title page; Shelved front table.
Éditions Michèle Trinckvel, 1991. First Edition, First Printing. Quarto; 232 pages; Very Good/Very Good Minus; spine graphic with black text; dust jacket protected with mylar; some shelfwear to dust jacket, including six pieces of Scotch tape from former mylar to interior of dust jacket, one of which slightly tore the paper underneath; textblock clean; two unsigned lithographs by Cathelin at frontispiece and spread 10-11, full color photographs throughout; shelved front table.
Cody, WY/Seattle, WA: Buffalo Bill Historical Center/University of Washington Press, 1996. First Edition, First Printing. Quarto, 2 vols.; VG/VG-; spines pictorial, with black and white lettering; housed in VG tan cloth slipcase; mild shelf wear and soiling; small closed tear at crown of vol. 2 jacket spine; ribbon bookmarks; both vols. profusely illustrated in black and white and full color; pages clean; shelved Front Table.
VG; a one-page ALS in French, 21.5cm x 21cm, undated; the end section of a longer missive about the exhibitions of Renoir and Cézanne and the unidentified author's enjoyment of their juxtaposition, signature unclear; pencil in the upper left corner reading (translated) "this is the end of the article," as well as circling the final sentence and signature, "660" next to the signature, and a circled "AL" in the lower left corner, mild wear to edges, six horizontal folds and other partial creases throughout; shelved case 0.
New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1895. Folios. In Good plus condition. Fully bound in brown leather with gilt text and ornamental tooling and raised bands on spine. All edges gilt, marbled endpapers. Heavy rubbing and wear to joints, corners and edges of spine. Leather partially torn and peeling away from spine at tail edge of Volume I. Tearing to tail edge of spine of Volume II. Textblocks have scratch on tail edge gilt. JL Consignment. Volume I 95, XLVII. Volume I has 24 photogravures, 24 typogravures in color, 59 typogravures, 64 portraits of artists and officers at the exhibition, and 60 sculpture and architecture images. Volume II pages 96-197, XLIX-LXXIV. Volume II has 26 photogravures, 26 typogravures in color, 61 typogravures, 69 portraits of artists and officers at the exhibition, and 55 sculpture and architecture images.
Italy: c. 1960's. Framed landscape painting, with forest in foreground and building in distance; VG; in light-colored wooden frame, with glass front; not examined out of frame; signed by Soffici at lower left corner; possibly a part of his Poggia series; This Soffici painting depicts the same scene shown in his 1963 painting titled "Veduta del Poggio".; dimensions in frame: height 18 3/4 in. x width 13 3/4 in. x depth 1 3/4 in.; dimensions from sight: height 13 1/2 in. x width 9 1/2 in.; RR consignment; located at Dupont store.
Italy: c. 1960's. Framed landscape painting, with side of a building at left of image; VG; in light-colored wooden frame with glass front; not examined outside of frame; signed at lower right corner by Soffici in gray paint; possibly a piece of his Poggio series; This Soffici painting depicts the same scene shown in his 1962 painting titled "Case al Poggio"; dimensions in frame: height 18 3/4 in. x width 13 3/4 in. x depth 1 3/4 in.; dimensions from sight: height 13 1/2 in. x width 9 1/2 in.; RR consignment; located at Dupont store.