New York, New York: Curt Valentin Gallery, 1955. Hardcover. Grey cloth over boards; Unpaginated, approx. 200 pp.; Profusely illustrated with bw plates. A collection of publications from the Curt Valentin Gallery bound together; Includes first the catalogue from the Memorial Exhibition to Curt Valentin, followed by catalogues from the following...
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New York, NY: Hammer Galleries, 1983. Softcover. Brown illus. stapled wraps; 24 pp.; 24 color plates. From the exhibition held January 17 - February 27, 1983; Includes works by Renoir, Chagall, Toulouse-Lautrec, Maurice Utrillo, William Merritt Chase, Everett Shinn, Albert Bierstadt, and more; Beautiful plates.
London: Wolseley Fine Arts, 2003. Softcover. White stapled wraps; 48 pp.; 46 color plates. Contains forty-six works by artists such as Edward Ardizzone, John Buckland Wright, Frank Dobson, Eric Gill, Augustus John, Lucien Pissarro, Walter Sickert, Ralph Maynard Smith, Evelyn Williams, and others; Price list laid in.
New York, New York: Perls Galleries, 1969. Softcover. Brown stapled wraps with color plate affixed to front cover; Unpaginated, 24 pp.; 9 color, 15 bw plates. Contains 24 works by Alexander Archipenko, Camille Bombois, Georges Braque, Alexander Calder, Marc Chagall, Salvador Dali, Raoul Dufy, Fernand Leger, Aristide Maillol, Joan Miro...
New York: Lawrence Steigrad Fine Arts, 2000. Softcover. Black wraps.  pp. 39 color plates. Issued in conjunction with the Winter 2000-2001 exhibition of "a number of paintings that were literally unearthed, either having been in storage for many years, lost, and or misattributed." (early page) A stunning collection--great plates!
London: Thomas Agnew and Sons, Ltd., 1993. Softbound. Grey wraps. Unpaginated, about 120 pp. with at least 54 color plates. Catalogue features works by 43 artists, including multiple works by Gainsborough, Guardi, Palmer, Rotari, Rubens and Turner. A total of 54 works are illustrated in sumptuous color and annotated.
Leipzig, Germany: Otto Harrassowitz, 1887. Softcover. Off-white wraps; 50 pp.; No illustrations. Text in German; Catalogue from Otto Harrassowitz's bookstore in Leipzig; Lists portraits, religious art, 18th and 19th century illustrations, and other items from museums, galleries, and private collections.