77 - 440 FINE AND APPLIED ARTS, ART REFERENCE
- Vol. 5 and 6 only.
- Fine copy, but without introductory booklet. = Facs. reprint of the edition Geneva/ Paris, 1958.
AND 2 other copies of the same work.
- Upper outer corner frontwr. waterstained and dam.
= One of 30 copies SIGNED in pencil and handcol. by the artist.
= One of 70 numbered DELUXE copies in the orig. metal container (24,1x25x2,5 cm.).
- Lacks title-page and plate 7-30 to year 2 and 10 portfolios (year 1 part 1-4 and 6 and year 2 part 2-6). All wrappers trifle/ sl. frayed and spine worn/ dam./ broken; some plates sl. yellowed.
= Very rare series, all published. Nieuwenhuis made the designs for all kinds of furniture and applied arts for the Amsterdam firm of Van Wisselingh & Co. He was one of the major contributors to the Nieuwe Kunst which was the Dutch renaissance of decorative and applied arts. WITH advertising card and "Bestelkaart" for a gilt cloth portfolio for the plates. Cf. Gans, Nieuwe Kunst p.55-58.
= SIGNED by the author.
Fleck, R. Max Liebermann. Wegbereiter der Moderne. Cologne, Dumont, 2011, 223,(1)p., richly illustrated, orig. hcl., 4to. - AND 2 others.
= One of 120 DELUXE numbered copies on velin d' Arches, with cloth chemise and slipcase, signed by 4 of the contributors, i.a. DAVID DIAO, HEIN PETER SCHWERFEL and YVES SIMON.
Noise. No.5. Ibid., idem, 1986, 43,(7)p., col. lithogr. plates i.a. by B. FLANAGAN, Y, E. GAROUSTE, F. MARTIN and G. DA GIOZ, in loose quires, printed in 2000 copies, orig. lithogr. wr. by A. KURODA, folio.
= One of 120 numbered DELUXE copies in cloth chemise with slipcase, SIGNED by 2 artists, i.a. F. MARTIN.
AND Noise. No.14.
= Important exhibition catalogue (no. 457), with early work by conceptual artists, i.a. Richard Long, B. Bollinger, Jan Dibbets, Ger van elk, Barry Glanagan, Bruce Mc Lean, Walter de Maria, Mario Merz, Bruce Nauman, Panamarenko, Richard Serra and Lawrence Weiner.
AND 2 similar Sted. Mus. catalogues (no. 374 and 491), one with on verso a large silkscreen by WIM T. SCHIPPERS.
= Fine copy with the rare dustwrapper. Catalogue of one of the most important exhibitions of Chinese art in Britain.
- Sl. foxed (mostly on tissue guards). Small dent in outer edge of frontcover vol. I.
= Richly illustrated catalogue of the collection of Japanese art amassed by Michael Tomkinson, i.a. inro, ceramics, ivories, swords, textiles, lacquers, kakemono, makemono, ehon etc.
- Hinges weak at places; one plate loose and sl. frayed in upper blank margin. Backstrip sl. faded; upper joint almost entirely split; spine-ends and corners worn/ (sl.) dam.
= Rare complete run. All vols. are compiled in collaboration with an artist, and all (except for the first 2) contain an "insert" by artists like E. Ruscha, R. Mapplethorpe, A. Penck, B. Kruger, G. Förg, S. Polke, W. Wegman, D. Byrne, R. Crumb, K. Holmqvist, T. Madani and N. Relph.
= T.T.T. is Frank and Heinz Wollny and A.R. Penck.
Frank Wright. Run with the Cowboys. (Heinz Wollny), n.d., LP record (33 1/3 r.p.m.) and orig. sleeve by A.R. PENCK.
= Recorded with Coen Aalberts, Peter Kowald and T.T.T.
T.T.T. Be Cool in Munich. Live Concert part II. T.T.T., n.d., LP record (33 1/3 r.p.m.) and orig. sleeve by A.R. PENCK.
- Several lvs./ plates lacking. Frontcover year 1937 supplied in photocopy.
= Seven issues of this specialist periodical on the art and design of the book etc., specially dealing w. photography.