International Artists

  • # 19191

    LONGUS

    [CURIOSA] Daphnis et Chloé

    Paris : Éditions du Panthéon, Collection la Féerie galante, 1945. Limited edition of 2000 copies, no. 1703. Octavo, illustrated wrappers, 186 pp, [10] black and white drawings by Lemengeot reproduced outside the text, edges uncut, a very good copy.

  • # 19188

    GAUGUIN, Paul (1848-1903); TUGENDHOLD, Yakov (editor)

    [GAUGUIN] Noa-Noa : Puteshestvie na Taiti

    Moscow : D. IA. Makovskii, 1914. First Russian edition of Noa Noa : voyage à Tahiti. Quarto, original pictorial yellow wrappers, title with vignette illustration, frontispiece plate of Gauguin’s self-portrait, 125 pp, 10 full-page black and white plates, one tipped-in illustration and vignette head- and tail-pieces; a fine copy. Text in Russian. The Paris-based Russian …

  • # 19181

    LINDSAY, Lionel

    Charles Keene: the artists’ artist

    London : published for the author by Colnaghi & Co., 1934. Quarto, quarter-cloth over papered boards, dustjacket (foxed), top edge gilt, pp. [x]; 15; 55 plates with captioned glassine guards. Limited to 130 copies signed by Lionel Lindsay.

  • # 18929

    LEWITT, Sol (1928 - 2007)

    Brick Wall (presentation copy)

    New York : Tanglewood Press, 1977. Quarto, lettered card wrappers, pp. [30], photographic illustrations of a brick wall at different times of day in different light. Presentation copy, signed and inscribed on the title page ‘For William, Sol Lewitt’. ‘As a co-founder of Printed Matter in the 1970s, Lewitt was a crucial proponent of the …

  • # 18712

    ORANGE, James

    The Chater collection. Pictures relating to China, Hongkong, Macao, 1655 – 1860

    With historical and descriptive letterpress. London : Thornton Butterworth, 1924. Quarto, gilt-lettered cloth, top edge gilt, pp. 528, numerous colour and black and white plates, tissue guards; a fine copy. Limited to 750 numbered copies. “The book was compiled by James Orange in 1924 and is one of the most significant historical sources for China, …

  • # 18799

    "BRUCE OF LOS ANGELES" [BELLAS, Bruce] (1909 - 1974)

    The male figure (22 issues from 1956 – 1966)

    Volume 1 – 17 (complete); volumes 24, 27, 30, 35, 36. Los Angeles : Bruce of Los Angeles, 1956 – 1966. Octavo, illustrated wrappers (some lightly rubbed), pp. [48 – 54 various]; photographic illustrations. A substantial collection of the first volumes of a beefcake magazine dedicated to the male figure by renowned photographer Bruce Bellas …

  • # 18858

    PINONCELLI, Pierre (1929- )

    Pinoncelli addio : happening 1.

    Nice : Pierre Pinoncelli, April 1968. Edition limited to 1000 numbered examples (no. 197). Large quarto (325 x 245 mm), original decorative wrappers, [20] pp, photographic illustrations throughout (1 in colour) by Strauch et Josué, documenting a street performance in Nice by the artist Pierre Pinoncelli; text by Pinoncelli, Barry Farrell, J.-J. Leveque, William Burroughs and …

  • # 18855

    LIFAR, Serge (1905-1986); DIAGHILEV, Serge (1872-1929)

    Ballets Russes de Diaghilew 1909 à 1929. Exposition organisée par Serge Lifar. Avril – mai 1939.

    Paris : Musée des Arts Décoratifs, 1939. Exhibition catalogue. Quarto, original printed wrappers with pictorial onlay on gold paper featuring a costume design by Bakst; 39 pp, illustrated with 35 b/w photographic reproductions; lists 555 costume and set designs by Benois, Bakst, Picasso, Matisse, Derain, Braque, Laurencin, Chririco, Gris, Rouault, Survage, Utrillo, Larionov, etc.; text …

  • # 18933

    LEWITT, Sol (1928 - 2007)

    Color grids

    New York : Multiples, Inc and  ; Colombes, France : Générations, 1977. Quarto, lettered wrappers, pp. [84], illustrated inn colour with Lewitt’s mesmerising geometric designs. Scarce.

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    # 19131

    WALTS, Frank (illustrator); EASTMAN, Max Forrester (editor); SLOAN, John (art editor); DELL, Floyd (managing editor), et al.

    [SOCIALISM] The Masses. September 1916. Volume 8, number 11.

    New York : Masses Publishing Company, 1916. Folio (335 x 265 mm), original pictorial wrappers with design by Frank Walts (paper loss and some edge tears to lower wrapper, wrapper detached, otherwise good), 28 pp, illustrated; some leaves with marginal loss, some pencil annotations, otherwise clean, a fair copy. The Masses, one of the most famous …

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    # 19130

    CHAMBERLAIN, K. R. (illustrator); EASTMAN, Max Forrester (editor); SLOAN, John (art editor); DELL, Floyd (managing editor), et al.

    [SOCIALISM] The Masses. July 1915. Volume 6, number 10.

    New York : Masses Publishing Company, 1915. Folio (335 x 265 mm), original pictorial wrappers with design by K. R. Chamberlain (wrapper detached), 28 pp, illustrated; internally clean, a very good copy. The Masses, one of the most famous radical journals in the history of American publishing, was a graphically innovative magazine of socialist politics published monthly in …

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    # 19129

    BELLOWS, Geo. (illustrator); EASTMAN, Max Forrester (editor); SLOAN, John (art editor); DELL, Floyd (managing editor), et al.

    [SOCIALISM] The Masses. April 1915. Volume 6, number 7.

    New York : Masses Publishing Company, 1915. Folio (335 x 265 mm), original pictorial wrappers with design by Geo. Bellows (short tear and two vertical creases to upper wrapper, short tear to lower wrapper, wrapper detached, otherwise good), 28 pp, illustrated; internally clean, a fair copy. The Masses, one of the most famous radical journals …

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    # 19128

    DAVIS, Stuart (illustrator); EASTMAN, Max Forrester (editor); SLOAN, John (art editor); DELL, Floyd (managing editor); REED, John (contributing literature editor), et al.

    [SOCIALISM] The Masses. November 1915. Volume 7, number 1. Woman’s citizenship number.

    New York : Masses Publishing Company, 1915. Folio (335 x 265 mm), original pictorial wrappers with design by Stuart Davis (paper loss to spine, small ink spots and light veritcal fold line to upper wrapper, wrapper detached, otherwise good), 28 pp, illustrated; internally clean, a good copy. The Masses, one of the most famous radical …

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    # 19127

    SMITH, H. (illustrator); EASTMAN, Max Forrester (editor); SLOAN, John (art editor); DELL, Floyd (managing editor), et al.

    [SOCIALISM] The Masses. March 1916. Volume 8, number 5.

    New York : Masses Publishing Company, 1916. Folio (335 x 265 mm), original pictorial wrappers with design by H. Smith (short edge tear and scorch mark to upper wrapper, wrapper detached, otherwise good), 28 pp, illustrated; internally clean, a good copy. The Masses, one of the most famous radical journals in the history of American …

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    # 19126

    WALTS, Frank (illustrator); EASTMAN, Max Forrester (editor); DELL, Floyd (managing editor); REED, John Silas, et al.

    [SOCIALISM] The Masses. August 1917. Volume 9, number 10.

    New York : Masses Publishing Company, 1917. Quarto (270 x 220 mm), original pictorial wrappers with design by Frank Walts (slight paper loss to spine, two very short tears and light vertical fold to upper wrapper, wrapper detached, otherwise good), 52 pp, illustrated; clean internally; a very good copy. The Masses, one of the most …

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    # 19125

    WALTS, Frank (illustrator); EASTMAN, Max Forrester (editor); DELL, Floyd (managing editor); REED, John Silas, et al.

    [SOCIALISM] The Masses. January 1917. Volume 9, number 3.

    New York : Masses Publishing Company, 1917. Quarto (270 x 220 mm), original pictorial wrappers with design by Frank Walts (some paper loss to spine, short tear and mark to upper wrapper, wrapper detached, centre pages loosened, otherwise good), 44 pp., illustrated; internally good; a good copy. The Masses, one of the most famous radical …