New York: Kennedy Galleries, 1969. Spring 1969. Softcover. Butterscotch illustrated wraps, stapled, with black lettering; 64 pp. with 50 duotone illustrations. With an essay, The Chiaroscuro Print: A Brief History, and a catalogue of 193 works, followed by the illustrations.
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London: Daniel Katz Ltd., 2008. Softcover. Orange stiff paper covers with black illus. dj; 48 full-page color plates with descriptions at back. Includes separate price list.
London: Gimpel Fils, 1968. Softcover. White pictorial wraps; 24 pp. with several bw images;. Includes a list of 20 paintings by Davie as well as primitive sculpture, masks, etc. from Africa, Anatolia, the Cyclades, Western Asia, Oceania, and also Pre-Columbian and Eskimo works.
New York, NY: Charles Janoray, 2000. Softcover. Purple wraps with silver lettering; 62 pp.; Profusely illustrated with color and bw plates and figures. Accompanied the exhibition held October 12 - November 15, 2000.
New York: Royal-Athena Gallery, January 2001. Softcover. Black illustrated wraps. Appx. 160 pp. 406 color illustrations. A magnificent little catalogue of classical, Egyptian and Near-Eastern art with liberal text on mythologies and chronologies, plus themes for collecting.
Tokyo, Japan: Gallery Nikko, 1994. Softbound. Neon red wraps, 32pp, profuse color and BW illustrations. Text is in Japanese and English. Exhibition catalog; the three artists featured are Lia Do Rio (Brazil), Patricia Johanson (United States), and Mariyo Yagi (Japan).
Brussels, Belgium: Philippe Guimiot Editeur, 1995. Softcover. Gray & illus. wraps, French flaps, unpaginated, 61 color illus. Text is in French and English. Showcases 62 pieces from "a Tribal Art collection. ... Since a majority of pieces were purchased in Belgium, it became unavoidable tht many pieces originated from Africa...
New York: Colnaghi, 2008. Softcover. Cranberry illus. wraps with white lettering; 40 pages, unpaginated; with a catalogue of 68 items, several pictured in color and bw. With descriptions of each work and short essays included.
Neuss: Langen Foundation, 2004. Hardcover. Grey and red boards with color illustration and red and grey lettering; 87 pp. with numerous color illustrations. Text in German and English; with a catalogue describing some of the works in the exhibition. Most of the Japanese works are anonymous, but Watanabe Shiko and...
La Jolla, California: Tasende Gallery, 2009. Softcover. Grey illus. wraps with white lettering; 80 pp. with numerous works pictured. Includes both sketches of the works and the final product; with comments by the artists. Works by Henry Moore, Giacomo Manzu, Fernando Botero, Armando Amaya, Fletcher Benton, Armando Romero and 7 others.
New York: Sidney Janis Gallery, 1953. Softcover. Black card covers with cut-out "5" and color image showing through; 5 pp. text with 1 color and 75 bw illustrations; 1 color plate tipped in over same bw image. The exhibition was works entirely from the 20th century, and all pieces were...
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1990. Softcover. Color wraps. 122 pp. 150 bw plates. The 160 sculptures featured here span five millenia, from 6000 BC to 1000 BC, from the Iberian Peninsula to Bactria, and from Scandinavia to Egypt. Includes essays by Joseph Masheck, Pat Getz Preziosi, and John T. Spike, which help place these...
1991. Softcover. Mauve wraps. 175 pp. Numeorus bw & color plates. The first systematic survey of the cross-fertilization of the ideas and influences between Japanese and British art and culture in the eighty years following the opening up of Japan. Edited and with texts by Tomoko Sato and Toshio Watanabe...
1989. Color covers. 16 pp. 6 color plates, 7 bw plates. Introduction by Grace Borgenicht Brandt, notes on Takashi Sekiguchi, Tadaaki Kuwayama, Ushio Shinohara, Hirotake Kurokawa, and Seiko Mikami, including some from the perspective of the artists.
London: Crane Kalman Gallery Ltd, 1999. Softcover. Red illustrated wraps. 63 pp. Many color plates. 1999 exhibition at Art/30/Basel and Crane Kalman Gallery featuring 59 collage works by 20th century artists including Picasso, Miro, Dubuffet, Ben Nicholson, Rauschenberg, Peter Blake, Schwitters, Rodchenko, Hugnet, Georges Grosz, Hannah Hoch, Tom Wesselman, Romare...
Chicago: Leslie Hindman Gallery, 2003. Softcover. Color illus. wraps; 60 pp.; 53 color plates. From the gallery exhibition held 3 April - 2 May, 2003; Shows 49 works, including folios from manuscripts, portraits, and erotic art; Extensive annotations; Price list laid in.
2000. Softcover. Black wraps. 125 pp. 225 color illus. Inludes a price list.
1991. Hardcover. Rust cloth/white dj. 105 pp. 41 bw plates.
Havana, Cuba: National Museum of Cuba, 1990. Hardcover. Red cloth/black DJ. 184 pp. 158 color plates. Features Ancient art as well as European and Cuban paintings from the collection of the National Museum of Cuba.
Doullens, France: Denis Herbette, 2006. Softbound. White pictorial wraps, 32pp, numerous color photographs. Accompanying exhibition catalog, includes annotated details of each piece. Annotations include what other exhibitions or collections the piece have been in and the price point for each.
1979. Softcover. Grey wraps. 46 pp. Numerous bw plates. Essay by Frederick Lamp.
New York, NY: Joan B. Mirviss, Ltd., 1985. Softcover. Off-white illus. stapled wraps; Unpaginated, 20 pp.; 27 bw and color reproductions. Text in English; Introduction by Joan B. Mirviss; Extensive annotations.
New York: Pierre Matisse Gallery, 1942, March 3 to 28. Softbound. Off-white wraps. (12) pp., one bw photograph. Contains writings by James Thrall Soby and Nicolas Calas. A significant and scarce (2 others known in a signed state). Signed by Pierre Matisse on the rear cover, and in colored inks...
Softcover. Gold/burgundy wraps. Appx. 50 pp. 131 bw illus. Catalog by Jerome Eisenberg.
1994. Softcover. Light grey wraps. 48 pp. Numerous collor plates. These posters were made during and in the immediate aftermath of the Russian Civil War and were produced by a collaborative of artists, which included Maiakovskii. Includes a nine-page essay by Leah Dickerman and illustrations of all the posters, along...