Kyoto: Kyoto Shogoin, 1988. Folio, 281 pages; bound in brown silk-like fabric, housed in a brown slipcase, housed in a light brown cardboard box with Japanese lettering; This book selects 326 pieces of enamel painting and lacquer craftsmanship from the Hyokawa and Edo eras and the Ming and Qing dynasties. It includes 2 sets of national treasures that have been recognized for the first time.
Japanese Art [Dupont Only]
Tokyo: Asahi Shimbun, 1969. First Edition. Quarto, unpaginated; VG; housed in a VG beige buckram slipcase; 1/4 bound in brown cloth. boards Handmade paper dyed especially for the cover by Serizawa Somegami Kenkyujo; interior clean; 98 pages of plates with facing-page captions; text in English and Japanese; shelved case 11.
New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art; Franklin Library, 1987. First Edition Thus. Quartos, Twelve Volumes; VG; bound by the Franklin Library in full leather in twelve distinctive colors; gilt decorated spines and boards; four raised bands on spines; all edges of text blocks gilt; silk bookmarks bound in; No leaflet or other Franklin Library ephemera.; interiors clean; Volume Titles: 1) Greece and Rome; 2) Egypt and the Ancient Near East; 3) Europe in the Middle Ages; 4) The Renaissance in Italy and Spain: 5) The Renaissance in the North; 6) Europe in the Age of Monarchy; 7) Europe in the Age of Enlightenment and Revolution; 8) Modern Europe; 9) The United States of America; 10) Asia; 11) the Islamic World; 12) The Pacific Islands, Africa, and the Americas.; heavy, please contact for accurate shipping costs; shelved above easton press.
Brooklyn: Pratt Adlib Press, 1961. Limited Edition, 1/1500. Octavo; VG-; debossed black wrappers detached from spine, but present; three 12 x 8"monochrome woodcuts bound in; "The Way of the Woodcut" is the third in a series of keepsakes published by the Pratt Adlib Press under the direction of Fritz Eichenberg. Designed by Igal Roodenko. Printed by James Lanier at the press of Igal Roodenko,; shelved case 11.