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67 474 Myers V  Elsken E van der pref  67 474 Myers V Elsken E van der pref
67/ 474 [Myers, V.]. Elsken, E. van der (pref.). Vali Myers. Drawings 1949-79. Introd. G.A. Plimpton. London, Open House, 1980, 1st ed., 127p., ills., orig. boards w. dustwr., 4to.

- Occas. trifle dustoiled. = Rare.

€ (50-70) 50
67/ 475 Nieuwenkamp, W.O.J. Inlandsche kunst van Nederlandsch Oost-Indië. The Hague, H.P. Leopold's, 1926-1928, 2 vols., 14,(1); 14,(1) textp., 48/ 48 plates by W.O.J. NIEUWENKAMP, orig. unif. hcl., 4to.

- Lvs. occas. yellowed/ browned. Bindings worn/ dam. along extremities.

= Vol. I: Bouwkunst van Bali; II: Beeldhouwkunst van Bali. Rouffaer/ Muller suppl. III, p.2, 353.

AND 5 others, i.a. R. SPRUIT, Artists on Bali (Amst., 1995, num. col. ills., orig. boards w. dustwr., 4to) and A. KRAAYENGA, Marius Bauer 1867-1932. Oogstrelend Oosters (Zwolle, 2007, num. col. ills., orig. boards, 4to).

€ (60-80) 60
67 476 Nieuwenkamp W O J 67 476 Nieuwenkamp W O J
67/ 476 Nieuwenkamp, W.O.J. W.O.J.N. Leven & werken, bouwen & zwerven van de kunstenaar W.O.J. Nieuwenkamp. Opgetekend door zijn kleinzoon W.O.J. Nieuwenkamp. Utr./ Antw., A.W. Bruna & Zoon, 1979, 160p., num. (tinted) ills., orig. woodcut, printed in 210 numb. copies, orig. cl. w. dustwr., slipcase, 4to (fine).

= SIGNED by the author.

Avermaete, R. Frans Masereel. Bibliography P. Vorms and H.-C. von der Gabelentz. Amst., Arbeiderspers, 1975, 318,(2)p., Dutch text, tipped-in frontisp. portrait, richly illustrated, orig. cl. w. dustwr., slipcase, folio. Venema, A. De ballingen. Frits van den Berghe, Gustave de Smet en Rik Wouters in Nederland 1914-1921. Baarn, Het Wereldvenster, 1979, 182p., (full-p.) (col.) ills., orig. cl. w. dustwr., 4to. - AND 3 others, i.a. R. BIONDA, Willem de Zwart 1862-1931 (Haarlem, 1984, num. (col.) ills., orig. wr., 4to (contains catalogue raisonné)).

€ (150-250)
67/477 Oriental and tribal arts  Chinese temple ? roof decoration 67/477 Oriental and tribal arts Chinese temple ? roof decoration
67/ 477 [Oriental and tribal arts]. (Chinese temple(?) roof decoration). Place, publisher and date unread, (China, ±1950), booklet (24p., orig. wr., sm. folio) and 36 col. embossed plates (incl. 3 uncol. key plates), together loosely inserted in orig. cl. box w. hinging lid and large col. embossed plate mounted on lid, bone clasps, obl. folio.

- Fine. = SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XVI.

€ (200-300) 200
67/ 478 [Oriental and tribal arts]. Eagleton, W. An Introduction to Kurdish Rugs and other weavings. Essex, Scorpion Publishing, 1988, 144p., 124 col. ills., orig. cl. w. dustwr., 4to. Melikian-Chirvani, A.S. Islamic Metalwork from the Iranian World. 8th-18th Centuries. London, Her Majesty's Stationery Office, 1982, 1st ed., 445p., orig. cl. w. dustwr., in orig. board box, 4to.

= The first catalogue of the collection of Iranian metalwork in the Victoria and Albert museum.

€ (150-250)
67/ 479 [Oriental and tribal arts]. Gopinatha Rao, T.A. Elements of Hindu iconography. New York, Paragon Book Reprint Corp., 1968, 2nd ed., 2 parts in 4 vols., plates, num. ills., orig. gilt cl., 4to. Banerjea, J. Nath. The development of Hindu iconography. Calcutta, University of Calcutta, 1956, 2nd ed., 653,(3)p., 48 plates, later cl. w. orig. frontcover and backstrip mounted, 4to.
€ (40-60)
67 480 Oriental and tribal arts  Grube E J 67 480 Oriental and tribal arts Grube E J
67/ 480 [Oriental and tribal arts]. Grube, E.J. Islamic Paintings from the 11th to the 18th century in the collection of Hans P. Kraus. New York, H.P. Kraus, (1969), 291,(2)p., 65 col. plates, 252 ills., printed in 750 numb. copies, orig. gilt. cl., 4to.

= Arntzen/ Rainwater M118: "According to Grube the Kraus Collection is one of the few private collections which contributes to knowledge of the field with significant works of the known schools as well as new, unique paintings."

Sarre, F. and Mittwoch, E. Zeichnungen von Riza Abbasi.Munich, F. Bruckmann, 1914, 58 textp., 47 (of 48) tipped-in plates, orig. hcl. w. mounted plate on frontcover, 4to.

- Lacking plate no.10; upper hinge splitting; first 2 lvs. w. marginal tears. Boards sl. browned/ worn along edges.

€ (80-100)
67/ 481 [Oriental and tribal arts]. Important Chinese Porcelain, Enamels and Jade Carvings from the Works of Art Collection of the British Rail Pension Fund. Hong Kong, Sotheby's, 1989, no pagination, col. ills., orig. cl. w. dustwr., 4to. Important Early Chinese Ceramics, Archaic Bronzes, Sculpture, Silver and Lacquer from the Works of Art Collection of the British Rail Pension Fund. London, idem, 1989, no pagination, col. ills., bound unif. w. above.
€ (200-300)
67/ 482 [Oriental and tribal arts]. Japanese and Chinese prints. The Walter Amstutz Collection. Tokyo, Sotheby's and Seibu, 1991, XII,410p., (col.). ills., orig. boards w. dustwr., 4to. The Carlo Monzino Collection of Japanese Sword Fittings and Swords. London, Sotheby's, 1996, 122p., num. (col.). ills., orig. boards, 4to. - AND 2 others, both Sotheby's auction catalogues: THE RAYMOND AND FRANCES BUSHELL COLLECTION ON INRO AND LACQUER and NETSUKE FROM THE COLLECTION OF RAYMOND AND FRANCES BUSHELL.
€ (50-70)
67/ 483 [Oriental and tribal arts]. Kidder, J.E. Prehistoric Japanese Arts. Jomon Pottery. Tokyo, Kodansha International, 1968, 308p., num. (tipped-in) (col.) plates and ills., orig cl. w. (dam.) dustwr., 4to. Schaap, R. (ed.). Heroes and Ghosts. Japanese Prints by Kuniyoshi 1787-1861. Ghent, Society of Japanese Arts, 1998, 280p., num. (col.) ills., orig. wr., 4to. - AND 8 others, i.a. M. KYROVA a.o., The ear catches the eye (The Hague, 2000, num. ills., orig. wr., 4to); N. HEIMBURGER and M. BRATT, The Sketchbook (Amst., 2003, num. ills., orig. pict. boards, 4to) and A DAY IN THE LIFE OF JAPAN (Toronto/ New York a.o., 1985, num. photogr. full-p. plates, orig. cl. w. dustwr., 4to).
€ (60-80) 60
67/ 484 [Oriental and tribal arts]. Melikian-Chirvani, A.S. Islamic Metalwork from the Iranian World. 8th-18th Centuries. London, Her Majesty's Stationery Office, 1982, 1st ed., 445p., orig. cl. w. dustwr., in orig. board box, 4to.

= The first catalogue of the collection of Iranian metalwork in the Victoria and Albert museum.

AND 2 others, i.a. A.N. KURAT, Topkapi Sarayi Müzesi Arsivindeki (Istanbul, B. Matbaasi, 1940, num. ills., orig. wr.).

€ (120-150) 120
67/ 485 [Oriental and tribal arts]. Melikian-Chirvani, A.S. Islamic Metalwork from the Iranian World. 8th-18th Centuries. London, Her Majesty's Stationery Office, 1982, 1st ed., 445p., orig. cl. w. dustwr., in orig. board box, 4to.

= The first catalogue of the collection of Iranian metalwork in the Victoria and Albert museum.

Grube, E.J. Islamic Paintings from the 11th to the 18th century in the collection of Hans P. Kraus. New York, H.P. Kraus, (1969), 291,(2)p., 65 col. plates, 252 ills., printed in 750 numb. copies, orig. gilt. cl., 4to.

- Endpapers trifle soiled. Cloth trifle soiled.

= Arntzen/ Rainwater M118: "According to Grube the Kraus Collection is one of the few private collections which contributes to knowledge of the field with significant works of the known schools as well as new, unique paintings."

€ (150-250)
67 486 Oriental and tribal arts  Migeon G 67 486 Oriental and tribal arts Migeon G
67/ 486 [Oriental and tribal arts]. Migeon, G. Chefs-d'Oeuvre d'Art Japonais. Paris, D.A. Longuet, 1905, 27 texpt., 100 plates w. 1154 photogr. ills., loose as issued in orig. clothbacked dec. board portfolio, folio.

- Some foxing; textp. loose (orig. bound together); occas. sm. marginal tears. Covers sl. soiled.

= Nice Art Nouveau lettering. Rare.

€ (60-80)
67 487 Oriental and tribal arts  Pelka O 67 487 Oriental and tribal arts Pelka O
67/ 487 [Oriental and tribal arts]. Pelka, O. Ostasiatische Reisebilder im Kunstgewerbe des 18. Jahrhunderts. Leipsic, K.W. Hiersemann, 1924, 58p., 224 ills. on 87 plates, orig. cl., large 4to.

- Fine copy.

€ (30-50)
67 488 Oriental and tribal arts  Perceval Yetts W 67 488 Oriental and tribal arts Perceval Yetts W
67/ 488 [Oriental and tribal arts]. Perceval Yetts, W. The George Eumorfopoulos Collection. Catalogue of the Chinese & Corean Bronzes, Sculpture, Jades, Jewellery and Miscellaneous Objects. London, Ernest Benn, 1929-1932, 2 vols. (of 11), XII,89; VIII,93p., 150 (col.) (tipped-in) plates by T. FALL, printed in 590 numb. copies (30), orig. unif. gilt hleather by the LEIGHTON-STRAKER BOOKBINDING CO., t.e.g., folio.

- Vol.1 and 3 only. Upper hinge vol.1 weak. Otherwise both vols. fine.

= One of 30 Roman numb. copies printed on Batchelor's Kelmscott handmade paper. Both SIGNED by the author and w. diff. Roman number in pen and blue ink. Vol.1 on 'Bronzes: ritual and other vessels, weapens, etc.' and vol.3 on 'Buddhist sculpture'.

€ (1.500-2.500)
67/489 Oriental and tribal arts  Sen Oku Sei Shô or the Collection of Old Bronzes of Baron Sumitomo 67/489 Oriental and tribal arts Sen Oku Sei Shô or the Collection of Old Bronzes of Baron Sumitomo
67/ 489 [Oriental and tribal arts]. Sen-Oku Sei-Shô or the Collection of Old Bronzes of Baron Sumitomo. Kyoto, n.publ., 1934, new rev. ed., (4),27 textp. (English), 71 plates w. accomp. Japanese text, orig. wr.

- Frontwr. creased and loosening; backwr. chipped.

= The collection of Baron Tomoito (Shunsui) Sumitomo (1865-1926) ranks among the richest art collections in Japan.

€ (150-250)
67/ 490 [Oriental and tribal arts]. The T.Y. Chao Private and Family Trust Collections of Important Chinese Ceramics and Jade Carvings. Part I and II. Hong Kong, Sotheby's, 1986-1987, 2 vols., no pagination, richly illustrated, orig. unif. cl. w. dustwr., 4to.

= Tha catalogues of important auction sales held on 18th November 1986 and 19th May 1987.

€ (200-300)
67/ 491 [Oriental and tribal arts]. Tsjuji, K. Kaiseki. Beauté de la table au Japon. Fribourg, Office du Livre, 1973, 201,(2)p., 96 tipped-in col. plates, 1 woodcut plate and ills. by M. KUWATA, orig. cl. w. dustwr., 4to. Jahss, M. and B. Inro and other miniature forms of Japanese lacquer art. Rutland/ Tokyo, C.E. Tuttle Co., 1971, 487,(1)p., over 245 (col.) ills., orig. cl. w. dustwr., 4to. - AND 3 others, i.a. U. REIKICHI, The Netsuke Handbook (Rutland/ Tokyo, 1976, 10th ed., (col.) ills., orig. cl. w. dustwr.) and R.S. KEYES and K. MIZUSHIMA, The Theatrical World of Osaka Prints (Philadelphia, 1973, num. (col.) ills., orig. cl. w. dustwr., 4to).
€ (50-70)
67/ 492 Otto Dicke. Bussum, Van Holkema & Warendorf, 1983, no pagination, col. plates, num. ills., orig. boards, large 4to.

= With small ORIGINAL DRAWING in pen and blue ink and SIGNED DEDICATION on first free endpaper.

Beek, W. van der and Vinkenoog, S. Wie de liefde wil, krijgt ook de pijn. Gerriet Postma. Nuenen, Galerie Bonnard, 1992, 134p., (full-p. col.) ills., orig. cl. w. dustwr., 4to.

= SIGNED by the artist on title.

Goinga, K. Ton Schulten. Schilder van het landschapsmozaïek. Utr., Het Spectrum, 1997, 223p., col. ills., orig. cl. w. dustwr., slipcase, folio.

= One of 350 DELUXE copies with loosely inserted silkscreen, SIGNED and numb. in pencil.

AND 14 others, i.a. monographs on Walter van Oel, Gerti Bierenbroodspot, Ed Dukkers, Kees Franse, Harrie Gerritz and Jan Snoek.

€ (150-250) 150
67/493 Parkett No 1 101 67/493 Parkett No 1 101
67/493 Parkett No 1 101 67/493 Parkett No 1 101
67/493 Parkett No 1 101 67/493 Parkett No 1 101
67/ 493 Parkett. No. 1-101. Zurich/ New York, Parkett-Verlag, 1984-2017, 101 parts in 98 vols., richly illustrated, orig. unif. wr., 4to.

= Rare complete run, incl. the final issue which will be published in December (and after which the magazine will cease to exist) and which will be sent by us to the buyer. 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. SEE ILLUSTRATIONS PLATE XVI.

€ (2.500-3.500)