117 - 861 FINE AND APPLIED ARTS, ART REFERENCE
= One of 300 numb. copies w. the fold. wr. (unfolded 75x32 cm.) by Günther Uecker SIGNED and dated in pencil.
Aubertin, B. 75x Aubertin. N.pl., Stiftung für konkrete Kunst, 2009, 2 textp. and 94 full-p. col. photogr. ills., orig. pict. boards, obl. 8vo.
= SIGNED "Bernand Aubertin 29-07-2009" in pencil on first free endpaper and w. loosely inserted SIGNED invitation for an exhib. on ZERO at the Museum Kunst Palast Düsseldorf, 2006.
AND 5 others on GETULIA ALVIANI, HANS BISCHOFFSHAUS, JAN HENDERIKSE, HENK PEETERS (w. loosely inserted New Year wish) and HERMAN DE VRIES.
- Some occas. foxing; a few Bulletins w. postal stamp.
= Johannes Hendricus de Bois founded his art dealership in 1913, at the Kruisweg 68 in Haarlem. He specialized in 19th and 20th century French art, and was an expert in the field of printmaking. He was the one who introduced artists like Rassenfosse, Kollwitz and Kees van Dongen to the Dutch art-loving public. His art dealership was well known, even internationally, and very succesful until his death in 1946. This collection comprises 31 Bulletins (no. 74, 1924 - no. 190, 1945; incl. Fondscatalogus belonging to (or being?) Bulletin 101, 1928 (incl. supplement); Editions d'art 1930 Fonds Catalogus 2de supplement belonging to (or being?) Bulletin 109; "Invitatie Januari-Februari 1932 Expositie van werken door P. Ouborg" belonging to (or being?) Bulletin 126), 4x Bulletin Prentkunst-Kwartaalschrift 1941 A./ B./ C.D./ 1942 A., Zomer-Tentoonstelling 1928 catalogue, Catalogus Zomer 1942 and Herfst 1942, and advertising card "Expositie van reproducties naar moderne kunstwerken in kleuren-lichtdruk à f10".
= Rombach Wissenschaft - Reihe Litterae vol. 26.
Jacques Callot. 1592-1635. Paris, Réunion des Musées Nationaux, 1992, 559,(1)p., richly illustrated, orig. boards w. dustwr., large 4to. - AND 6 others, i.a. R. HUGHES, Goya (London, 2003, num. col. ills., orig. boards w. dustwr.); H. LANGDON, Caravaggio: a Life (London, 1998, num. (col.) plates and ills., orig. boards w. dustwr.) and C. QUARLES VAN UFFORD, Andreas Schelfhout (1787-1870) Landschapschilder in Den Haag (Leyden, 2009, num. (col.) ills., orig. boards w. dustwr., large 4to).
- Mint. = All copies w. manuscript dedication by the editor on first free endpaper.
- First vol. a reprint ed. Second vol. sl. foxed.
AND 1 other: ROBERT DELAUNAY (Amst., exhib. cat. Stedelijk Museum, 1957, orig. wr. w. pochoir col. design by R. DELAUNAY on frontwr. Wrappers sl. yellowed./ trifle foxed).
- Occas. sl. foxed (not affecting the orig. lithograph or the plates).
= Rare. Conceptual artist's book with each page filled with rows of xerox-printed lines going from "1 step", "2 steps", "3 steps" etc. all the way to "100000 steps". SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE VI.
= A sumptuous publication.
(Pfinzing, M.). Kaiser Maximilian I. Die Abenteuer des Ritters Theuerdank. (Cologne), Taschen, n.d. (2003), without pagination, num. col. ills., orig. dec. cl., folio.
- Without the commentary booklet. = Facs. reprint of a handcol. copy of the 1517 ed.
AND 2 monographs on Caravaggio and Titian.
- Wrappers partly foxed/ occas. soiled and w. usual wear; some backstrips dam.
= Parts for the first years of one of the greatest modern art periodicals ever published, with much attention given to Picasso, Chagall, Dufy, Matisse, De Vlaminck, Masson, Braque, but also to architecture and primitive art. Arntzen/ Rainwater Q124: "An important source for modern art; occasional articles on earlier art periods allied to contemporary movements; fine color plates". Comprises year 1, no.6 (margins of wr. dam. by silverfish, partly repaired); year 2, no.1, 2, 4/5, 7/8, 10; year 4, no.4, 5, 6; year 5, no.1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 10; year 6, no.3, 4, 7/8; year 7, no.6/7, 8/10 (sl. waterwrinkled); year 8, no.7/10; year 9, no.1/4 (lacks the lithograph by Miró; last part waterwrinkled in upper margin), 5/8; year 10, no.1/4, 5/6; year 11, no.3/5 (Dessins de Matisse), 6/7 (special issue on Surrealism), 8/10; year 13, no.1/2; year 14, no.5/10.
- Lacks year 23/ part 2, 24, 25/ 2 and 26. Year 20/21 lacks backstrip and wr. worn; year 29/1 wr. stained and worn/ sl. dam. and 29/2 top of spine sl. dam.; year 31/32 clothbound and w. scattered libr. stamps. Wrappers partly occas. soiled and w. usual wear; some backstrips dam.
= Year 33/35 was the last year published of this periodical, one of the greatest modern art periodicals ever published. Year 1950/ part 1 w. pochoir col. print by BALLA on frontwr. Arntzen/ Rainwater Q124: "An important source for modern art; occasional articles on earlier art periods allied to contemporary movements; fine color plates".
- Margins cut short(er), sometimes w. loss of caption.
= Rare collection of plates, reproducing the designs by the French sculptor Albert-Ernst Carrier-Belleuse.
= Reprint of the 1815 edition. One of 500 numb. copies w. supplement in Arabic.
- Small stamp on htitle. Sl. yellowed.
- Spine and backcover vol. 2 trifle stained.
- Dustwr. sl. frayed, otherwise fine. = Scarce work.
AND 1 other similar. - ADDED: 4 others, i.a. a fine copy of Y. BRUNHAMMER, René Lalique Bijoux d'exeption 1890-1912 (Milan etc., 2007, richly illustrated, orig. boards w. dustwr., 4to) and D.F. CERA, Glanzstücke - Modeschmuck vom Jugendstil bis zur Gegenwart (Munich, 1991, richly illustrated, orig. wr., 4to).
= Vol. 1 with AUTOGRAPH SIGNED DEDICATION on verso htitle.
AND 2 others similar by the same: Azulejaria Portuguesa nos Açores e na Madeira (1963) and Azulejaria Portuguesa no Brasil 1500-1822 (1965).