1 - 672 FINE AND APPLIED ARTS, ART REFERENCE
- Dustwrapper sl. chipped, closed tear at top of spine and sl. foxed.
= Parr/ Badger, The Photobook: A History volume I, p.196: "This book was published two years after the liberation of Holland from the Nazis. It marks both an end and a beginning. When it was published, the leading members of the Underground Camera group, like the country, were about to move on. As members of a new group, GKf, most of them took part in the exhibition 'Foto '48'. Amsterdam tijdens den[sic] hongerwinter [...] looked back, while 'Foto '48' looked forward, but both shared a manifesto that made a passionate plea for an anti-formalist documentary photography that would help forge a more just and free Holland, following the occupation. [...] Nevertheless, the publication's first task was to bear witness [...]. This snatched, off-kilter approach generated an immediate, spontaneous aesthetic of its own, which fed directly into postwar Dutch photography in an extremely positive way. So this was an important book in that sense also. It was a landmark publication by a group of photographers with both an ethical and an aesthetic attitude, a group who would exert a great influence on Dutch photography and the Dutch photobook in the late 1940s and 50s."
AND 1 other: A. DE FROE, Er moet veel strijd gestreden zijn ... (Amst., n.d. (±1945), photogr. ills. by i.a. E. ANDRIESSE, C. OORTHUYS and K. TACONIS, orig. wr. by ?, obl. 8vo. Extra issue of "De Vrije Katheder").
= Parr/ Bader III, p.30f. Chinese propaganda publication in support of "the Palestinian and other Arab peoples' struggle against U.S. imperialism and Zionism!"
= SIGNED on htitle. With a loosely inserted "Deutsche Textbeilage" (10,(1)p., orig. wr.).
AND 1 other on the same: A. KRUSZYNSKI, T. BEZZOLA and J. LINGWOOD, Thomas Struth Photographs 1978-2010 (New York, 2010, richly illustrated, orig. boards w. dustwr., 4to).
- Dustwr. sl. (water)stained; w. two repaired tears.
AND 2 others: G. DE ROOS, Schreeuwen (Hilversum, 2005, photogr. plates, orig. boards, 4to) and P. LINDBERGH, Naomi Campbell (Milan, 2000, photogr. plates, orig. wr., 4to).
= Plates by C. Aemes, J. Eglington, S. Haskins, Ikko, M. Jacot, R. Kohmann, M. Kostiuk Jr., F. Lamy, H. Munzig, H. Newton, P. Turner and C. Vogt.
AND a duplicate.
= SIGNED on title-p.
AND 2 others by PHILIP MECHANICUS, both SIGNED, i.a. De pose der natuurlijkheid (Amst., Querido, 1981, ills., orig. cl. w. dustwr., 4to).
- Dustwr. sl. frayed.
= With AUTOGRAPH DEDICATION to Betty van Garrel on dedic. page: "25 october 1981 voor de beste portretfotografen-deskundige in Nederland, voor de enige betty op het westelijk halfrond [signed]."
- Dustwr. w. worn spots along extremities.
AND 2 others.
- Covers sl. soiled.
AND 5 others (incl. 2 duplicates), i.a. W.M. ROGGEMAN, Een gefilmde droom (n.pl., 1973, 3 lithogr. plates by P. MARA, printed in 50 numb. copies, signed by the author and the artist, loose as issued in orig. wr., folio); M. WIELINGA, Der Revolution gewidmet (n.pl. (Bedum), 1990, 7 loosely inserted plates, each signed and numb. ''21/50'' in pencil, orig. wr., sm. folio) and KUNSTMARKT 67 (Cologne, 1967, ills., orig. wr., folio. Supplied in 3 copies).
- Wr. of no.7 yellowed/ stained.
Schrier, W. van der. Beton. Practisch leerboekje (...). Ibid., Wed. J. Ahrend & Zoon, 1941, (8),79p., ills., orig. photomontage wr. by W. BRUSSE. - AND 2 others in 7 vols., i.a. TIENTAL KINDERLIEDJES (...) (Amst., 1933-1937, 6 vols., ills., orig. unif. wr. by P. MARÉE, 4to).
- Dustwr. w. some tiny rubbed spots.
= Fine copy with the extremely rare dustwrapper, most probably by Dick Elffers. Cf. Broos/ Hefting p.120; Maan/ Van der Ree 97 and p.35 (Het jaar 1933).
- Frontwr. discoloured at fore-edge and w. sm. paper ticket.
= Maan/ Van der Ree p.75. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE IX.
= Catalogue raisonné.
AND 2 others on the same.
= Contains the text (Italian and English) "Piero Mazoni is alive" by Daniele Palazzoli.
Mucci, E. Sarenco. Brescia, Edizione UP Arte, 1974, without pagination, ills., orig. wr., folio. Megert, C. Texte von und über C. Megert 1960-1965. N.pl., n.publ., n.d., without pagination, orig. plain black wr., square 8vo (rare). - AND 9 others, i.a. by/ on James Lee Byars, Miriam Cahn, Hermann Nitsch, Bernard Pfriem and George Segal.
= SIGNED on title-p. Description of famous Dutch ornamental dolls' houses from the Rijksmuseum showing furniture and interiors the way they looked during the 17th and 18th centuries.
Luijten, G. a.o. (ed.). Dawn of the Golden Age. Northern Netherlandish Art. 1580-1620. Amst./ Zwolle, Rijksmuseum/ Waanders, (1993), 717,(1)p., num. (col.) ills., orig. wr., large 4to. - AND 1 other.
- Covers trifle soiled.
= With loosely inserted (partly handcol.) vellum leaf dated 1964 in which the work is offered as reminder of Mexico to G.J.L.M. Jenneskens (a member of the board of the Dutch electronics company Philips).