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Midcentury Italian Table Lamp
VINTAGE
Now: $319.00 Was: $399.00
Midcentury Italian lamp done in a "fat lava" glaze. Original wiring for 3-way bulb (100W-max) in good working condition. Shade is not included. Height to socket: 25"H. Harp and finial add 9.5"H. No maker's mark. Light wear to the wood base and oversize wood finial; patina to the upper brass parts.
 
Brutalist Distressed Finish Brass Lamp
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Now: $479.00 Was: $599.00
A 1983 Brutalist lamp in an antique "milk can" form by Chapman Manufacturing. Overlapping brass strips are secured to an underlying wood shape with large tacks giving a hobnailed effect. Assembled lamp was intentionally distressed and patinated by manufacturer. Base is black painted wood. Original finial of blackened cast brass. Wiring in excellent working condition and uses 3-way bulb (150w max). Chapman dated label on both socket and underside. Shade is not included.
 
A Crown of Feathers, 1st Ed
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Now: $79.00 Was: $99.00
A Crown of Feathers by Isaac Bashevis Singer. Farrar. Straus & Giroux, 1973. hardcover with dust jacket. First edition, first printing. This collection by the Nobel Prize winning master of the short story won the National Book Award in 1974. Half of the stories have American settings and characters for the first time in his literary career. Moderate jacket wear, spotting to outside page edges.
 
Images from the Floating World
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Now: $55.00 Was: $69.00
Images from the Floating World by Richard Lane. Dorset Press, 1982. 364 pages with over 900 illustrations in color and black-and-white. A definitive work on Ukiyo-e, (The Floating World), the traditional Japanese art of wood-block prints, from its origins in the 1600s through the great masters of the late 19th century. Also includes pictures and interpretations of symbols and seals used in the prints and a dictionary of Ukiyo-e. Minor wear to jacket with taped repair on verso.
 
All Men Are Brothers
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Now: $47.00 Was: $59.00
All Men Are Brothers (Shui Hu Chuan). Translated by Pearl S. Buck. Heritage Press, 1948. First edition. 688 pp. Plain slipcase. Nobel laureate Pearl Buck's translation of the epic Chinese story cycle that dates to the 12th century. The stories concern a vast band of robbers that became heroic, Robin-Hood-like characters in Chinese folklore. 32 colorful full-page illustrations by Mexican artist Miguel Covarrubias. Slight fading on spine, light page tanning, owner's bookplate.
 
Mdina Textured Art Glass Vase
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Now: $799.00 Was: $999.00
Bark-textured cased glass vase by Michael Harris for Mdina Glass of Malta, circa 1970. Inner casing of light violet with light amber and aqua tones on the outside. Label on underside.
 
Midcentury Sascha Brastoff Vase
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Now: $719.00 Was: $899.00
Sascha Brastoff vase from his Abstract Originals collection, circa 1955. Hand-painted and signed by the artist above the base. Hand-marked model number and imprinted logo on underside. Rubbed area of gold near base.
 
The Shock of the New, First Edition
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Now: $52.00 Was: $65.00
The Shock of the New by Robert Hughes. Alfred Knopf, 1980. First American edition. 423 pages with 261 illustrations, mostly in color. Includes jacket with Mylar cover. Companion volume to the author's acclaimed BBC/PBS documentary series on the rise and decline of Modern Art and Modernism, first broadcast in 1980. Author was the long-time art critic for Time magazine and his writing, although highly opinionated, is accessible, informative and entertaining. Light spotting on final page.
 
Toni Morrison: Beloved
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Now: $52.00 Was: $65.00
Beloved by Toni Morrison. Alfred A. Knopf, 1987. Book Club edition. 275 pages. Includes jacket. Widely recognized as one of the great works of American fiction of the late 20th century, Beloved won the Pulitzer Prize for fiction in 1987 and contributed to the body of work that earned Morrison the Nobel Prize in 1993. Was the basis for the 1988 film starring Oprah Winfrey. Jacket and underlying cover are identical to the first edition.
 
Val St. Lambert Art Glass Vase
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Now: $399.00 Was: $499.00
Val Saint-Lambert cased glass vase from the Camée series, circa 1970. The abstract, translucent decor on the inner casing is done in a palette of colors from nature, known as "Arlequin Turquoise." The outer casing is clear crystal. Features a small "VSL" marking in script near the edge of the underside along with a partial paper label.
 
Midcentury Italian Large Ceramic Lamp
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$575.00
1960s Italian lamp featuring a textured, lustrous glaze with an incised motif and spiral design on crown and neck. Attributed to Alvino Bagni. Coloration in varying blue tones with a bit of green mixed in. Included harp and finial add 10" to height (37"). Base is painted steel. Wiring in good condition; takes a standard bulb. Shade not included. Scattered light glaze flecks, minor rubs to base. Moderate age-darkening to brass harp and finial.
 
Midcentury Italian Ceramic Lamp
VINTAGE
$575.00
1960s Italian lamp with three distinct pottery shapes incised with a triangular pattern. Attributed to Alvino Bagni. Turquoise glaze has subtle tones of green and blue mixed in. Heavily textured with a moderate luster. Base is painted steel. Included harp and finial add 10" to height (38.5"). Wiring in working condition; takes a standard bulb. Scattered light glaze flecks, minor rubs on base. Shade not included. Moderate darkening on brass harp and finial.
 
Hellman: Scoundrel Time, First Edition
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$55.00
Scoundrel Time by Lillian Hellman. Boston: Little Brown & Co., 1976. First edition. 155 pages with 6 pages of photos. Includes dust jacket. The author and playwright's gripping account of the 1950s McCarthy era and how it affected her life and the lives of many of her well-known friends. Minor wear to jacket, crease on inside jacket flap.
 
The West, 1st Ed
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The West, 1st Ed
$75.00
The West by Eliot Porter. New York Graphics Society, 1988. First edition. 104 pages with 87 full-page color plates. Includes dust jacket in Mylar cover. The spectacular beauty of the American West captured by the great nature photographer Porter in his near abstract, painterly style.
 
The Tin Drum
VINTAGE
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The Tin Drum
$55.00
The Tin Drum by Günter Grass. Pantheon, 1963. Second printing. 593 pages. Includes jacket with protective cover. The book that propelled the Nobel laureate to international renown. Some chipping and repaired tears to jacket. Some soiling on inside endpapers.
 
The French Lieutenant's Woman
VINTAGE
$39.00
The French Lieutenant's Woman by John Fowles. Little Brown, 1969. Early printing Book Club edition. 480 pages. Includes jacket. The basis for the 1981 Oscar-nominated film starring Meryl Streep and Jeremy Irons. Moderate wear and chips to jacket.
 
Little Lord Fauntleroy
VINTAGE
$89.00
Little Lord Fauntleroy by Frances Hodgson Burnett. Illustrated by Reginald Birch. Chas. Scribner's 1889. 209 pages with 26 illustrations. Advertisement section in back. An early printing of the Hodgson classic with the original Birch illustrations. Age wear to cover; inside very good with minimal, light tanning and foxing.
 
The Reivers, 1st Ed
VINTAGE
$55.00
The Reivers by William Faulkner. Random House, 1962. First printing. 305 pp. Includes dust jacket. Faulkner is at his most humorous in this Pulitzer prize-winning story of three miscreants and their adventures on the road to Memphis. Light wear to jacket. Interior is like new and appears unread. Jacket is from another early (book club) edition but is identical in cover art and photography to the first edition.
 
Nicholas and Alexandra, 1st Ed.
VINTAGE
$49.00
Nicholas and Alexandra by Robert K. Massie. New York: Atheneum, 1967. First edition. 584 pages. 34 photo illustrations. Includes jacket. A Pulitzer Prize winning author's stirring account of the collapse of the Imperial Russian Empire and the fall of the royal Romanov family in the face of revolution. Book was the basis for the 1971 British film which won two Academy Awards. Some wear to jacket, previous owner's signature.
 
A Woman's Life
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A Woman's Life
$35.00
A Woman's Life (Une Vie) by Guy de Maupassant. Illustrations by Edy LeGrand. Translated by Marjorie Laurie. New York: Nonesuch/Heritage Press, 1942. 216 pages. Includes plain tan slipcase. A reprint of de Maupassant's first published novel from 1880, with book design by Sir Francis Meynell of the famed Nonesuch Press. Light fade to cover and slipcase. Interior has prior owner's printed bookplate.
 
The Secret Word is Groucho
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$39.00
The Secret Word is Groucho by Groucho Marx with Hector Arce. G.P. Putnams, 1976. First edition. 217 pages with photos. Includes jacket. Groucho is in top form with excerpts and stories from his TV and radio show You Bet Your Life. Wear to jacket, bookseller's price stamp on pre-title page.
 
Chimera, 1st Edition
VINTAGE
$49.00
Chimera by John Barth. Random House, 1972. First edition, first printing. 308 pages. Includes jacket. This post-modern fantasy of three interwoven novellas with characters and tales from ancient mythology won Barth the National Book Award in 1973.
 
Essays and Introductions, 1st Ed
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$35.00
Essays and Introductions by W.B. Years. MacMillan, 1961. First printing. 530 pages. Hardcover with dust jacket. A collection of essays and other prose from the 1890s to late-1930s by the Nobel laureate, published posthumously. Includes two essays never previously printed. Wear to dust jacket.
 
Picture History of Photography
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$59.00
The Picture History of Photography by Peter Pollack. Abrams, 1969. Revised and enlarged edition, First edition (thus). 708 pages with 742 illustrations with 37 color plates. Includes jacket. A large, comprehensive history from the earliest camera to the modern masters of the art. Numerous images from American and world history, portraiture, fashion, landscapes, art photography, all are extensively covered. Light wear jacket, owner's bookplate, light edge toning.
 
Thurber: Alarms and Diversions, 1st Ed.
VINTAGE
$39.00
Alarms and Diversions by James Thurber. Harper and Brothers, 1957. First edition. 367 pages. Illustrations by author throughout. One of his finest collections of stories and essays, with 10 pieces published in book form for the first time. Also includes complete reprinting of his book "The Last Flower" from 1939. Dust jacket wear, page toning, booksellers mark inside cover.
 
Diana Vreeland: D.V.
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$49.00
D.V. by Diana Vreeland. Knopf, 1984. First edition, third printing. 196 pages. Includes jacket. The high-octane memoir of the most influential figure in 20th-century fashion. Unsurprisingly, her writing is forthright, crisp and unsparing. Minor wear to jacket.
 
Faberge & the Russian Goldsmiths
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$65.00
Faberge and the Russian Master Goldsmiths by Gerald Hill et al. Hugh Levin/Wings Books, 1989. 320 pages with 300 color plates, most full page. Includes dust jacket. The Faberge eggs are well known, but equally impressive is the work of the Russian master goldsmiths who were used by the Romanovs to create a variety of luxurious objects from clocks, serving pieces, and boxes to religious icons and vases. Light wear to jacket back and spine, previous owner's name on front flap.
 
Magazine Work, 1st Ed
VINTAGE
$59.00
Diane Arbus: Magazine Work by Diane Arbus. Aperture, 1984. First edition. 175 pp. 75 images. Arbus supported herself with commercial work shooting celebrities and people of note for Esquire, Harpers Bazaar, and other periodicals bringing the same unique vision and incisive style found in her personal work. Includes many photos never published and accompanying text by Arbus. Served as the catalog to the exhibition that toured the country from 1984-86. Minor wear to cover.
 
World of Our Fathers
VINTAGE
$49.00
World of Our Fathers by Irving Howe. Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1976. 714 pgs. with 48 pgs of photos and illustrations. Includes jacket. The epic, compelling story of the Jewish immigration over a 40 year period to New York's lower east side. Four decades after its publication, it is now a classic of social and cultural history. Very minor wear to the dust jacket, otherwise appears as new.
 
Steichen: A Life in Photography
VINTAGE
$49.00
A Life in Photography by Edward Steichen. Doubleday, 1963. Unpaginated. Includes jacket. 234 gravure reproductions. Steichen, along with Alfred Stieglitz, brought photography into the realm of fine art in the 20th century. Here he recounts the major events and phases of his 70 year career, illustrated by his personal selections from his vast body of work.
 
Essays, Speeches & Letters
VINTAGE
$45.00
Essays, Speeches and Public Letters by William Faulkner. Edited by James Meriwether. Random House, 1966. First edition, second printing. 233 pages. Includes jacket. Prose work by the Nobel laureate with essays on his travels in America and abroad, thoughts on the Civil Rights struggle, book reviews and his acceptance speech for the Nobel. A unique look into the mind of one of our greatest authors. Jacket has a few chips and short tears.
 
The Ballad of the Sad Café
VINTAGE
$59.00
The Ballad of the Sad Café by Carson McCullers. Houghton Mifflin, 1951. First edition. 791 pages. Missing dust jacket. First book publication of The Ballad of the Sad Café as well as six other stories including The Heart is a Lonely Hunter, Reflections in a Golden Eye, and Member of the Wedding, making this a collection of McCullers' best work in one volume. Color fading on spine, prior owner's signature.
 
Hockney Paints the Stage
VINTAGE
$59.00
Hockney Paints the Stage by Martin Friedman. Abbeville, 1983. First edition. Softcover. 228 pages. Hockney brought his talent for color and structure to the world of opera with costume and set designs for Britain's Glyndebourne Festival in the 1970s and the Metropolitan Opera in the 1980s. Copious illustrations including his drawings and sketches as well as photos of the actual stage performances. Catalog of the 1983-84 traveling exhibit. Minor cover wear.
 
The Hand & Eye of the Sculptor
VINTAGE
$45.00
The Hand and Eye of the Sculptor by Paul Waldo Schwartz. New York: Frederick Praeger, 1969. 244 pp. First edition. Includes jacket. The author, a photojournalist, conducted in depth interviews with 10 leading modernist sculptors; profusely illustrated with photographs of the artists at work, and the finished work itself. An intimate, revealing look at the artistic process from concept to execution. Book is now out of print. Wear to jacket, prior owner's name at front of book.
 
Vienna 1900
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Vienna 1900
$49.00
Vienna 1900 by Kirk Varnedoe. Museum of Modern Art, 1986. Softcover, First edition, second printing. 264 pages with 354 illustrations, 114 full color. Documents the Viennese Secession, the Wiener Werkstatte and the emergence of Modernism with masterpieces of architecture, art and design from 1898 to 1918. Catalog of the 1986 MOMA exhibit.
 
Why the Chimes Rang
VINTAGE
$49.00
Why the Chimes Rang by Raymond MacDonald Alden. Bobbs Merrill, 1924. 149 pp. Illustrations by Katherine Sturges. A collection of 11 Christmas stories for children highlighted by wonderful Art Deco-style illustrations in both color and black-and-white. One illustration detached but present. Some edge wear and light soiling on cover. Christmas gift inscription at front. Age wear.
 
19th Century Architecture in Britain
VINTAGE
$49.00
Nineteenth Century Architecture in Britain by Reginald Turnor. London: B.T. Batsford, Ltd. 1950. First edition. 118 pages with 127 illustrations, mostly photographs. From the Regency to the Victorian Era, the author surveys public and private buildings and interiors, both famous and lesser known. Moderate wear to jacket.
 
The Mansion by William Faulkner
VINTAGE
$39.00
The Mansion by William Faulkner. Random House, 1959. 2nd printing. 436 pp. Includes jacket. The conclusion of the Snopes Trilogy by the Nobel laureate. Early printing. Moderate wear to jacket.
 
Pablo Picasso 1881-1973
VINTAGE
$39.00
Pablo Picasso 1881-1973 edited by Roland Penrose and John Golding. Portland: House/Crown Publishing, 1988. Includes jacket. With 427 illustrations (30 color plates). Illustrated overview of Picasso's career with seven essays on various aspects of his life and art by both personal friends and art historians. Minor edge wear to cover and jacket.
 
Tutankhamen: Life & Death of a Pharaoh
VINTAGE
$65.00
Tutankhamen: Life and Death of a Pharaoh by Christiane Desroches-Noblecourt. NY: Graphics Society, 1964. Third printing. 312 pages with 262 illustrations (75 color). The endlessly fascinating stories of both the discovery and excavation of King Tut's tomb and the life and times of Tut himself as discerned from the objects and art that were unearthed. Written by the curator of the French National Museums. Brilliant color photography. Minor wear on jacket.
 
Calder & His Magical Mobiles, 1st Ed.
VINTAGE
$59.00
Alexander Calder and His Magical Mobiles by Jean Lipman. Hudson Hills Press, 1981. First edition. 96 pgs with 90 illustrations (40 color). Includes jacket. Published in cooperation with the Whitney Museum.
 
Washington: Houses of the Capital
VINTAGE
$65.00
Washington: Houses of the Capital by Henry Mitchell with photography by Derry Moore. Introduction by Gore Vidal. Viking, 1982. First edition. 216 pages. A lavishly photographed tour of the great Colonial, Federal, and especially Victorian homes in and around the nation's capital. Excellent architectural and interior photography in both color and black and white.
 
The World of Suzie Wong, First Edition
VINTAGE
$49.00
The World of Suzie Wong by Richard Mason. London: Collins, 1957. First edition, 3rd printing. 383 pages. Includes jacket. Mason's popular 1950s novel, set in Hong Kong, spawned both a Broadway production and a film starring William Holden. Some wear to jacket, light edge wear on spine.
 
Life on the Mississippi
VINTAGE
$49.00
Life on the Mississippi by Mark Twain. Harper & Brothers, 1938. With 13 illustrations by Walter Stewart. 525 pages. No jacket. Illustrated edition of Twain's classic with minor wear to cover, lightly tanned pages and a child's outline drawing in black crayon on front blank endpaper. Minor wear to cover, drawing on blank front endpaper.
 
Celebrations of the Heart, 1st Edition
VINTAGE
$39.00
Celebrations of the Heart by Rod McKuen. Cheval Books/Simon & Schuster, 1975. 147 pages. First edition, first printing. Line drawing illustrations by Anthony Goldschmidt. Includes jacket. A collection of autobiographical poems and reminiscences by the hugely popular songwriter, singer, and poet of the '60s and '70s.
 
A Thousand Days, 1st Ed
VINTAGE
$59.00
A Thousand Days: John F. Kennedy in the White House by Arthur Schlesinger, Jr. Houghton Mifflin, 1965. First printing. 1087 pages. Includes dust jacket. The author, a Pulitzer Prize-winning historian, served as Special Assistant to the President under JFK. The book is his account of the man and their time together in the White House and it won him his second Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Award. Jacket wear and a pinched indentation on top edge of first 10 pages.
 
Judy: The Films of Judy Garland
VINTAGE
$45.00
Judy: The Films and Career of Judy Garland by Joe Morella and Edward Epstein. Cadillac Books, 1969. 216 pp with over 300 photographs. Published shortly before her death, a history of her career in films and concert including contributions from her directors, producers, and reviewers. Complete filmography along with numerous movie stills, candid shots, and photos from her personal life. Some jacket wear, light page tanning.
 
Treasures of American Arts & Crafts
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$89.00
Treasures of the American Arts and Crafts Movement: 1890-1920 by Tod Volpe and Beth Cathers. Abrams, 1988. First edition. 206 pages with 141 illustrations (131 color plates). Iconic pieces, beautifully photographed, along with a well-written history of the movement and its best known designers and makers. Focuses on furniture, ceramics, metalwork, light and architecture including Stickley, Rookwood, Fulper, Roycroft, Tiffany, F.L. Wright, Roycroft, and more.
 
Mann: Joseph in Egypt, S/2
VINTAGE
$79.00
Joseph in Egypt by Thomas Mann. Alfred A. Knopf, 1940. First U.S. edition, 6th printing. In two volumes with slipcase. The third installment of Nobel prizewinner's four-part masterwork, Joseph and His Brothers. Slipcase with darkening and corner cracks but is intact. Books are near excellent inside with light soiling on boards and light spine fading to titles. Vol. 2 has original glassine wrapper.
 
Damon Runyon: More Guys and Dolls
VINTAGE
$45.00
More Guys and Dolls by Damon Runyon. Garden City Books,1951. 401 pages. Includes jacket. 34 stories featuring Runyon's colorful cast of gamblers, barflies, hustlers, cops and generally seedy types, all told in his distinctive New York City accent. Light jacket wear.
 
Tom Wolfe: From Bauhaus to Our House
VINTAGE
$59.00
From Bauhaus to Our House by Tom Wolfe. New York: Farrar, Strauss & Giroux, 1981. First edition, seventh printing. Includes dust jacket. Wolfe's well-researched, often humorous and sometimes snarky critique of Modernist architecture.
 
Thurber: The Wonderful O
VINTAGE
$49.00
The Wonderful O by James Thurber. Simon and Schuster, 1957. First edition, third printing. 73 pages. Includes jacket. The last of Thurber's fairy tales for children, illustrated by Caldecott Prize winner Marc Simont.
 
By-Line: Ernest Hemingway
VINTAGE
$59.00
By-Line: Ernest Hemingway. Edited by William White. Chas. Scribners, 1967. Book Club edition. 489 pages. Includes jacket. Hemingway started his professional career as a reporter and continued that pursuit for forty years, covering the Spanish Civil War and World War II among many other events and topics around the globe, all of which informed his prose. A must for the Hemingway fan or collector. Moderate jacket wear.
 
Lady Chatterley's Lover
VINTAGE
$65.00
Lady Chatterley's Lover by D.H. Lawrence. Grove Press, 1957. First American edition, early printing. 368 pages. Includes dust jacket. The first unabridged American edition from a major publisher of the author's third and final version of Lady Chatterley. It was first published in Italy in 1928. Although banned for decades and the subject of litigation, it is now viewed as a major work of English literature and tame by today's standards. Some wear on jacket and cover.
 
A View from the Bridge, First Edition
VINTAGE
$99.00
A View from the Bridge by Arthur Miller. Viking Press, 1955. First edition.159 pages. Includes jacket. These two one-act plays continued Miller's string of Broadway hit productions that included Death of a Salesman, All My Sons, and The Crucible. First edition, first printing. Some jacket wear and light page tanning.
 
Complete Paintings of Toulouse-Lautrec
VINTAGE
$49.00
The Complete Paintings of Toulouse-Lautrec by Denys Sutton. Catalog Raisonné by G.M. Sugana. Harry Abrams Inc, 1969. 128 pages. 64 color plates, 598 black-and-white illustrations. Many of Lautrec's best-loved paintings and posters are shown in full-page color and two page spreads. Includes catalog raisonné of all verified works with thumbnails and pertinent details. Short tear to jacket.
 
The Army of the Potomac, S/3
VINTAGE
$69.00
The Army of the Potomac by Bruce Catton. New York: Doubleday, 1964. Includes dust jackets. Titles are Mr. Lincoln's Army, Glory Road, and A Stillness at Appomattox. The famous trilogy on the Civil War was originally published separately from 1951-53. This 1964 reprint included new material and was published as a three-volume set. A Stillness at Appomattox won both the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Award. Light wear to jackets.
 
Van Gogh: Le Mal Aimé
VINTAGE
$99.00
Van Gogh: Le Mal Aimé by Marc Talbaut. Edita Lausanne, 1969. First Edition. Translates as "Van Gogh, The Unloved." Text in French, 356 pages with 117 tipped-in color plates, 337 black-and-white illustrations and photos, and four document reproductions. Biographical look at Van Gogh's work complete with photos of his subjects and the places he lived and painted. Swiss publication with first-rate reproductions and book production. Like-new condition.
 
Stephen King: The Dead Zone, 1st Edition
VINTAGE
$99.00
The Dead Zone by Stephen Kings. Viking Press, 1979. First Edition. 426 pgs. Includes jacket. Early thriller by King was basis for excellent David Cronenberg film with Christopher Walken and Martin Sheen. Also spawned a TV series. In fine collectable condition, the only flaw being creases to the inside flaps.
 
Cather: Sapphira and the Slave Girl
VINTAGE
$39.00
Sapphira and the Slave Girl by Willa Cather. Alfred A. Knopf, 1940. 295 pgs. Book club edition printed in first year of publication with jacket and boards identical to first trade edition. The Pulitzer Prize-winning author's final novel. Jacket has light wear and darkening. Prior owner's signature on endpaper. Light even page tanning. Binding tight and square.
 
History of the Theater
VINTAGE
$45.00
History of the Theater by Robin May. Chartwell Books, 1986. 256 pages. Includes jacket. A copiously illustrated worldwide theatrical history from the ancient Greeks, Kabuki, and Shakespeare to the present day. Also includes a laid in autographed photo of actor Martin Sheen in costume for a New York production of Julius Caesar from 1988, dedicated to prior owner. Minor jacket wear, prior owner's name on front fly.
 
Rembrandt and His Art
VINTAGE
$45.00
Rembrandt and His Art by Christopher Wright. Book Value Inc, 1981. Includes jacket; 128 pages with 101 illustrations, many in full-page color. Many of Rembrandt's best known paintings, drawings, and etchings along with less familiar works are explained within the context of the artist's life and the evolution of his genius, along with a detailed history and provenance of each piece. Book has foxing to pre-title page, otherwise in excellent condition.
 
Treasure Houses of England
VINTAGE
$65.00
Treasure Houses of England: A View of Eight Country Estates by Earl Beesley and Garry Gibbons, photographers. Abrams, 1989. 151 pgs. With 67 photographs in full color, including eight gatefolds. A lush photographic essay on the houses and grounds of eight historic "houses" dating as far back as the 11th century. Photos were taken in all four seasons and from dawn to twilight. Like-new condition.
 
Masterpieces by Michelangelo
VINTAGE
$45.00
Masterpieces by Michelangelo by John Canaday. Crown Publishing, 1979. 107 pages with 50 full-color plates. Extra-large format volume by the longtime New York Times art critic brings a discerning eye to the best-known frescoes, paintings, and sculptures of the Renaissance master. Light scattered spotting.
 
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