International Artists

  • # 20704

    RIGAL, Pierre L. (illustrator)

    [ART DECO] Vanity Fair. February, 1927.

    New York : Condé Nast Publications, Inc., February, 1927. Large quarto (325 x 250 mm), original pictorial wrappers (upper wrapper with wear at corners, fore-edge with short closed tear and a few nicks, spine with some paper loss at foot), 116 pp, illustrated in colour and black-and-white; page 1 with a few pencil annotations, else …

  • # 20703

    BRISSAUD, Pierre (1885-1964) (illustrator)

    [ART DECO] Vanity Fair. September, 1927.

    New York : Condé Nast Publications, Inc., September, 1927. Large quarto (325 x 250 mm), original pictorial wrappers (upper wrapper with some faint creasing, spine chipped at foot), 128 pp, illustrated in colour and black-and-white; internally very clean and sound; a good example, featuring a romantic cover design by Pierre Brissaud.

  • # 20702

    PLATT, Joseph B. (1895-1968) (illustrator)

    [ART DECO] Vanity Fair. May, 1924.

    New York : Condé Nast Publications, Inc., May, 1924. Large quarto (325 x 250 mm), original pictorial wrappers (pale damp stain along spine), 128 pp, illustrated in colour and black-and-white; mild damp stain to bottom margins of leaves, else internally very clean and sound; a good example, featuring a cover design by Joseph B. Platt.

  • # 20701

    ARNOUX, Guy (1886-1951) (illustrator)

    [ART DECO] Vanity Fair. December, 1928.

    New York : Condé Nast Publications, Inc., December, 1928. Large quarto (325 x 250 mm), original pictorial wrappers (paper chipped at head of spine, lower wrapper with short closed tear at fore-edge), 160 pp, illustrated in colour and black-and-white; internally very clean and sound; a good example, featuring an exuberant cover design by Guy Arnoux.

  • # 20700

    LAURENCIN, Marie (1883-1956) (illustrator)

    [ART DECO] Vanity Fair. February, 1928.

    New York : Condé Nast Publications, Inc., February, 1928. Large quarto (325 x 250 mm), original pictorial wrappers (upper wrapper with pal foxing and a few spots of surface loss, paper chipped at head and foot of spine, lower wrapper with tiny amount of loss at bottom corner), 120 pp, illustrated in colour and black-and-white; …

  • # 20699

    BRISSAUD, Pierre (1885-1964) (illustrator)

    [ART DECO] Vanity Fair. April, 1925.

    New York : Condé Nast Publications, Inc., April, 1925. Large quarto (325 x 250 mm), original pictorial wrappers (upper wrapper with some faint creasing), 128 pp, illustrated in colour and black-and-white; internally very clean and sound; a good example, featuring a cover design by Pierre Brissaud.

  • # 20698

    WILDMAN, Marion (illustrator)

    [ART DECO] Vanity Fair. June, 1927.

    New York : Condé Nast Publications, Inc., June, 1927. Large quarto (325 x 250 mm), original pictorial wrappers (upper wrapper with some faint creasing, spine chipped at foot), 124 pp, illustrated in colour and black-and-white; internally very clean and sound; a good example, featuring a cover design by Marion Wildman.

  • # 20697

    FISH, Anne Harriet (1890–1964) (illustrator)

    [ART DECO] Vanity Fair. December, 1927.

    New York : Condé Nast Publications, Inc., December, 1927. Large quarto (325 x 250 mm), original pictorial wrappers (upper wrapper with discreet stamp of original owner Geo. H. Hess, Jr., spine chipped at foot), 164 pp, illustrated in colour and black-and-white; internally very clean and sound; a good example, featuring a striking “jazz age” cover …

  • # 20694

    BOBRI (BOBRITSKY), Vladimir, 1898-1986 (illustrator)

    [ART DECO] Vanity Fair. November, 1928.

    New York : Condé Nast Publications, Inc., November, 1928. Large quarto (325 x 250 mm), original pictorial wrappers (upper wrapper with some tiny marks at top corner, paper chipped at foot spine), 164 pp, illustrated in colour and black-and-white; internally very clean and sound; a good example, featuring a striking “jazz age” cover design by …

  • # 19744

    VANITY FAIR

    [ART DECO] Vanity Fair. (Complete run for the year 1930)

    New York : Condé Nast Publications, Inc., January – December, 1930. Twelve individual issues, large quarto, original pictorial wrappers, 116 pp, illustrated in colour and black-and-white; a few issues with some minor chipping or wear to spine, otherwise an exceptional group with the spectacular covers well preserved and the contents spotless. Featuring striking cover designs …

  • # 20081

    SVETLOFF, V

    Anna Pavlova

    Traduction française de W. Pétroff. Paris : M. de Brunoff, Editeur, 1922. Quarto, half polished calf over marbled boards, spine in compartments with gilt lettering and ornamentation, top edge gilt, the others uncut, marbled endpapers, title page printed in gold, pp. 194, woodcut decorations by D. Galanis, 24 plates with tissue guards (printed in photogravure, …

  • # 20283

    CHAGALL, Marc

    Chagall. Derriere Le Miroir. (deluxe edition)

    Maeght : Paris, 1977. Folio, 36 x 29 cm, pp. [28], illustrated with an original double page colour lithograph, folded in sections, in lettered slipcase (lightly marked). Limited edition, copy 12 of 150 on velin de Rives.  Text by Aime Maeght, text in French. A fine copy. The deluxe edition, limited to 150 copies, with …

  • # 20287

    (TISSOT, James.) GONCOURT, Edmond and Jules de

    Renee Mauperin.

    Paris : Charpentier et cie., 1884. Large octavo, half-crushed morocco over marbled boards, spine in compartments with raised bands, lettered in gilt, housed in a chemise suede wrapper and calf edged slipcase, top edge gilt, pp. 380, illustrated with ten original etched plates by Tissot signed with the artist’s red monogram stamp. Limited to 550 …

  • # 19728

    WARHOL, Andy

    Warhol

    The Tate Gallery 17 February – 28 March 1971. London : Tate Gallery, 1971. Quarto, illustrated wrappers (one corner creased), pp. 100, illustrated.  

  • # 14698

    LONEY, Alan and GIMBLETT, Max

    Searchings. Selections from the artist’s journals

    Auckland : The Holloway Press, 2005. Quarto, quarter buckram over blue lettered boards, unpaginated, illustrations by Gimblett. Limited to 80 copies of which 64 were for sale. This is a copy reserved for the contributors. “This book is the result of three years research and study of the Journals of one of the most significant …

  • # 10804

    BARNETT, P. Neville

    Hiroshige

    Sydney : privately printed at the Beacon Press, 1938. Limited to 200 copies signed and numbered by the author. Small quarto, quarter-vellum over gilt-lettered boards, original card slipcase (short splits at corners), illustrated endpapers, pp 45, [1] colophon, illustrated with 20 chuban woodcut prints after Hiroshige, tipped in (some ghosting from the glue as usual); …