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1 Paris. Galerie Brame et Lorenceau. ANQUETIN. La passion d'être peintre. March-April 1991. Catalogue by Fréderic Destremau. 163, (3)pp. 77 plates. Lrg. 4to. Wraps.

Paris, 1991. $40.00

2 Bremen. Kunsthalle. ÉMILE BERNARD. Gemälde, Handzeichnungen, Aquarelle, Druckgraphik. Feb.-April 1967. Catalogue by Henning Bock and Johann Heinrich Müller. 112pp. Prof. illus. Sm. 4to. Wraps.

Bremen, 1967. $30.00

3 Mourey, Gabriel. ALBERT BESNARD. Accompagné de quelques écrits d'Albert Besnard et des opinions de quelques écrivains et artistes sur son oeuvre: Charlotte Besnard, Aman-Jean, J.-E. Blanche, Jules Bois, Eugène Carrière, Maurice Denis, Henri Duhem, Gustave Geffroy, Frantz Jourdain, Robert de Montesquiou, Roger Marx, Comtesse Mathieu de Noailles, Georges Rodenbach. 154, (2)pp. 100 plates hors texte (9 color), including 1 original etching ("La morte"). Lrg. 4to. Dec. wraps. (worn).

Paris (Henri Davoust), 1906. $275.00

Freitag 865

4 Julia, Emile-François. ANTOINE BOURDELLE. Maître d'oeuvre. 172, (4)pp., 57 plates. 4to. Wraps. Edition limited to 1510 copies.

Paris (Librairie de France), 1930. $100.00

5 Berhaut, Marie. CAILLEBOTTE. Sa vie et son oeuvre. Catalogue raisonné des peintures et pastels. 270, (2)pp. Prof. illus. Sm. folio. Cloth. D.j.

Paris (La Bibliothèque des Arts), 1978. $850.00

Freitag 1498

6 Mermillon, Marius. L. CARRAND et F. VERNAY. (Collection des Cahiers d'Aujourd'hui.) 53, (9)pp., 55 plates. Text illus. 4to. Wraps.

Paris (G. Crès et Cie.), 1925. $85.00

7 Bantens, Robert James. EUGENE CARRIERE. His work and his influence. (Studies in the Fine Arts: The Avant-Garde. 29.) xviii, 271pp. 37 plates. 4to. Cloth.

Ann Arbor (UMI Research Press), 1983. $85.00

Freitag 1759

8 Breeskin, Adelyn Dohme. The Graphic Work of MARY CASSATT. A catalogue raisonné. 91, (3)pp., 1 color plate, 232 illus. Lrg. 4to. Boards, 1/4 cloth. D.j. Slipcase.

New York (H. Bittner and Company), 1948. $200.00

Freitag 1784

9 Breeskin, Adelyn Dohme. MARY CASSATT. A catalogue raisonné of the graphic work. 189pp. 216 illus. Lrg. 4to. Boards, 1/4 cloth.

Washington, D.C. (Smithsonian Institution Press), 1979. $60.00

Freitag 1784

10 Hale, Nancy. MARY CASSATT. xxvii, (1), 333pp., 24 plates. 4to. Cloth. D.j.

Garden City (Doubleday), 1975. $35.00

Freitag 1791

11 Washington. National Gallery of Art. MARY CASSATT, 1844-1926. Sept.-Nov. 1970. Introduction by Adelyn D. Breeskin. 119pp. 90 plates (11 color). 4to. Wraps.

Washington, 1970. $35.00

Karpel I-555

12 Washington. National Gallery of Art. MARY CASSATT: The Color Prints. [By] Nancy Mowll Mathews and Barbara Stern Shapiro. June-Aug. 1989. 207pp. 235 illus. (122 color). 4to. Wraps.

New York (Harry N. Abrams), 1989. $30.00

Freitag 1794

13 Adriani, Götz. CÉZANNE Watercolors. 294pp. 160 illus. (93 color plates). Lrg. 4to. Cloth. D.j.

New York (Harry N. Abrams), 1983. $250.00

14 Andersen, Wayne. CÉZANNE's Portrait Drawings. x, (2), 247pp. 265 illus., 36 text figs. Lrg. sq. 4to. Cloth. D.j.

Cambridge/London (MIT Press), 1970. $150.00

Freitag 1848

15 Chappuis, Adrien. The Drawings of PAUL CEZANNE: A Catalogue Raisonné. 2 vols. I: Introduction and Catalogue. 288pp. 168 illus. II: Plates. 1223 illus. Lrg. 4to. Cloth. Slipcase.

Greenwich (New York Graphic Society), 1973. $500.00

Freitag 1862

16 Dorival, Bernard. CEZANNE. (Prometheus Series.) 172, (2)pp., 184 plates (24 tipped-in color). 4to. Cloth.

Boston/Paris (Boston Book and Art Shop/ Pierre Tisné), 1948. $65.00

Freitag 1864; Lucas p.132 ; Chamberlin 2402

17 Düchting, Hajo. PAUL CÉZANNE. 1839-1906. Nature into art. 224pp. Prof. illus. 4to. Wraps.

Köln (Benedikt Taschen), 1991. $20.00

18 Fry, Roger. CÉZANNE: A Study of His Development. (8), 88pp., 40 plates. 4to. Cloth. D.j.

New York (The Macmillan Company), n.d. $50.00

Freitag 1867

19 Gasquet, Joachim. CÉZANNE. Nouvelle édition. 207, (7)pp. 4 plates. 4to. Wraps.

Paris (Cynara), 1988. $25.00

20 Gowing, Lawrence. CEZANNE: The Early Years, 1859-1872. With contributions by Götz Adriani, Mary Louise Krumrine, Mary Tompkins Lewis, Sylvie Patin and John Rewald. Edited by Mary Anne Stevens. 226pp. 137 illus. (71 color plates). Lrg. 4to. Cloth. D. j. Published in conjunction with an exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts, London, April-Aug. 1988.

New York (Harry N. Abrams), 1988. $50.00

21 Gowing, Lawrence. CEZANNE: The Early Years, 1859-1872. With contributions by Götz Adriani, Mary Louise Krumrine, Mary Tompkins Lewis, Sylvie Patin and John Rewald. Edited by Mary Anne Stevens. 226pp. 137 illus. (71 color plates). Lrg. 4to. Wraps. Published in conjunction with an exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts, London, April-Aug. 1988.

New York (Harry N. Abrams), 1988. $35.00

22 Kendall, Richard (editor). CÉZANNE By Himself. Drawings, paintings, writings. 320pp. Prof. illus. Sm. folio. Cloth. Slipcase.

London (Macdonald Orbis), 1988. $85.00

Freitag 1857

23 Loran, Erle. CÉZANNE's Composition. Analysis of his form with diagrams and photographs of his motifs. Third edition. (12), 143pp. 39 plates, numerous diagrams in text. Lrg. 4to. Cloth. D.j.

Berkeley/Los Angeles (University of California Press), 1963. $37.50

Freitag 1880

24 Newcastle upon Tyne. Laing Art Gallery & London. Hayward Gallery. Watercolour and Pencil Drawings by CEZANNE. Sept.-Dec. 1973. Introduction by Lawrence Gowing. 171, (1)pp. Prof. illus. (3 color plates). Oblong 8vo. Cloth.

Newcastle, 1973. $45.00

25 Reff, Theodore & Shoemaker, Innis Howe. PAUL CÉZANNE: Two Sketchbooks. The Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. Annenberg to the Philadelphia Museum of Art. 244pp. Prof. illus. Lrg. sq. 4to. Wraps. Published in conjunction with an exhibition at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, May-Sept. 1989.

Philadelphia (Philadelphia Museum of Art), 1989. $25.00

26 Rewald, John. CEZANNE. A biography. 288pp. 270 illus. (118 color). Sm. folio. Cloth. D.j.

New York (Harry N. Abrams), 1986. $75.00

Freitag 1897; Lucas p. 133 (citing 1968 ed.)

27 Rewald, John. CEZANNE, the Steins and Their Circle. (18th Walter Neurath Memorial Lecture.) 64pp. 37 illus. Sm. 4to. Cloth. D. j.

London (Thames and Hudson), 1987. $27.50

28 Rewald, John. PAUL CEZANNE. A biography. xvii, (3), 231pp., 64 plates with 117 illus. (4 color). Text illus. 4to. Cloth. D.j.

New York (Simon and Schuster), 1948. $35.00

29 Rewald, John. PAUL CÉZANNE: Letters. Revised and augmented edition. xiv, 339pp. 28 illus. 4to. Cloth.

New York (Hacker), 1984. $30.00

Freitag 1859

30 Rewald, John. PAUL CÉZANNE: The Watercolors. A catalogue raisonné. 487, (1)pp. 645 illus. (partly in color). Lrg. 4to. Cloth. Slipcase.

Boston/Greenwich (Little Brown/ New York Graphic Society), 1983. $400.00

Freitag 1899

31 Rishel, Joseph J. CEZANNE in Philadelphia Collections. xxiv, 87, (5)pp. Prof. illus. 4to. Cloth. Published in conjunction with an exhibition at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, June-Aug. 1983.

Philadelphia (Philadelphia Museum of Art), 1983. $27.50

32 Rivière, Georges. Le maître PAUL CEZANNE. 242, (2)pp., 37 heliogravure plates. 56 illus. 4to. New cloth.

Paris (H. Floury), 1923. $175.00

33 Rubin, William (editor). CEZANNE: The Late Work. Essays by Theodore Reff, Lawrence Gowing, Lilianne Brion-Guerry, John Rewald, F. Novotny, Geneviève Monnier, Douglas Druick, George Heard Hamilton, William Rubin. 416pp. 427 illus. (50) color. Lrg. 4to. Cloth. D.j.

New York (The Museum of Modern Art), 1977. $45.00

Freitag 1886

34 Schapiro, Meyer. PAUL CÉZANNE. (The Library of Great Painters.) 126, (2)pp. 48 tipped-in color plates. Lrg. 4to. Cloth. D.j.

New York (Harry N. Abrams), n.d. $60.00

Freitag 1901; Lucas p. 133; Chamberlin 2437

35 Schniewind, Carl O. PAUL CEZANNE: Sketchbook Owned by The Art Institute of Chicago. 2 vols. Text: 32pp. Boards. Facsimile: 50 gravure plates, with facsimile endpapers and flyleaves. Cloth. Oblong sm. 4to. Slipcase. Edition limited to 1500 copies.

New York (Curt Valentin), 1951. $125.00

36 Tübingen. Kunsthalle. CÉZANNE. Gemälde. [Von] Götz Adriani. Mit einem Beitrag zur Rezeptionsgeschichte von Walter Feilchenfeldt. Jan.-May 1993. 315, (5)pp. 97 color plates, numerous text and reference illus. Lrg. 4to. Wraps.

Tübingen, 1993. $75.00

37 Twitchell, Beverly H. CÉZANNE and Formalism in Bloomsbury. (Studies in the Fine Arts: Criticism. 20.) (6), 315pp. 10 plates. 4to. Cloth.

Ann Arbor (UMI Research Press), 1987. $100.00

Freitag 1902

38 Venturi, Lionello. CEZANNE. Son art, son oeuvre. 2 vols. 407, (3)pp., 406 plates with 1634 illus. Lrg. 4to. Cloth. Orig. wraps. bound in. The very rare first edition of the catalogue raisonné.

Paris (Paul Rosenberg), 1936. $6,500.00

Freitag 1903; Riggs p. 169

39 Venturi, Lionello. CÉZANNE. Preface by Giulio Carlo Argan. (Discovering the Nineteenth Century.) 175pp. 188 illus. (47 color). Sq. folio. Cloth. D.j.

New York (Rizzoli/ Skira), 1978. $200.00

40 Vollard, Ambroise. PAUL CEZANNE. (2), 187, (1)pp. 1 original etching by Cézanne ("Tête de femme") and 56 heliogravure plates hors texte. 102 illus. (2 tipped-in color hors texte). Sm. folio. New quarter leather. One of 200 numbered copies on specially made uncut vélin d'Arches, from the limited edition of 1000 in all. Rare.

Paris (Ambroise Vollard), 1914. $2,000.00

Johnson 172

41 Vollard, Ambroise. PAUL CÉZANNE. 166, (6)pp., 24 plates. 4to. Cloth.

München (Kurt Wolff), 1921. $37.50

42 Wadley, Nicholas. CÉZANNE and His Art. 128pp. 104 illus. (partly in color). Folio. Boards. D.j.

New York (Galahad Books), 1975. $37.50

43 Lecomte, Georges. LOUIS CHARLOT. 218, (2)pp., 6 plates. Prof. illus. Lrg. 4to. Wraps. D.j.

Paris (Éditions des Galeries Georges Petit), 1926. $125.00

44 Compin, Isabelle. H.E. CROSS. Préface de Bernard Dorival. 367, (1)pp. Prof. illus. Lrg. 4to. Cloth. D.j.

Paris (Quatre Chemins-Editart), 1964. $1,250.00

Freitag 2408

45 DEGAS. Quatre-vingt-dix-huit reproductions signées par Degas (peintures, pastels, dessins et estampes). (2), 3, (3)pp., 98 plates (4 color, tipped onto heavy mounts). Folio. New cloth. Orig. wraps., with mounted illustration, bound in. Edition de tête: one of 275 numbered copies on Shizuoka japon paper, from the limited edition of 800 in all. Rare.

Paris (Galerie A. Vollard), 1914. $650.00

Johnson: Vollard, no. 76

46 DEGAS. Quatre-vingt-dix-huit reproductions signées par Degas (peintures, pastels, dessins et estampes). (2), 3, (3)pp., 98 plates (4 color, tipped onto heavy mounts). Folio. Orig. wraps., with mounted illustration. Edition de tête: one of 275 numbered copies on Shizuoka japon paper, from the limited edition of 800 in all. Johnson records that, after being assembled and printed for Vollard (whose name appears on the title-page imprint), the entire edition was taken over and issued by Bernheim-Jeune et Cie. (whose name appears on the cover), in 1918. Rare.

Paris (Galerie A. Vollard/ Bernheim-Jeune et Cie.), 1914/1918. $650.00

Johnson: Vollard, no. 76

47 Adriani, Götz. DEGAS. Pastels, oil sketches, drawings. 408pp. 227 illus., numerous text and reference figs. Lrg. 4to. Cloth. D.j.

New York (Abbeville Press), 1985. $125.00

48 Armstrong, Carol. Odd Man Out. Readings of the work and reputation of EDGAR DEGAS. x, 299pp. 127 illus. 4to. Boards, 1/4 cloth. D.j.

Chicago/London (University of Chicago Press), 1991. $45.00

Freitag 2628

49 Boggs, Jean Sutherland. Portraits by DEGAS. (California Studies in the History of Art. Vol. II. ) xv, (1), 142pp., 154 plates (9 color). Lrg. 4to. Cloth.

Berkeley/ Los Angeles (University of California Press), 1962. $100.00

Freitag 2630; Lucas p. 138; Arntzen/Rainwater R19

50 Boston. Museum of Fine Arts. EDGAR DEGAS: The Painter as Printmaker. [By] Sue Welsh Reed and Barbara Stern Shapiro. With contributions by Clifford S. Ackley and Roy L. Perkinson. Essay by Douglas Druick and Peter Zegers. Nov. 1984-Jan. 1985. lxxii, 272pp. Prof. illus. Lrg. 4to. Cloth. D.j.

Boston, 1984. $125.00

51 Chicago. The Art Institute of Chicago. DEGAS in The Art Institute of Chicago. [By] Richard R. Brettell and Suzanne Folds McCullagh. July-Sept. 1984. 200pp. 160 illus. (50 color). 4to. Cloth. D.j.

Chicago, 1984. $40.00

52 (Degas Collection). Paris. Galerie Georges Petit. Catalogue des tableaux modernes et anciens, aquarelles, pastels, dessins...composant la collection Edgar Degas. Sale, March 26-27, 1918. (8), 101pp. Prof. illus. 4to. New cloth; orig. front cover bound in.

Paris, 1918. $175.00

53 (Degas Collection) Paris. Hôtel Drouot. Catalogue des estampes anciennes et modernes...composant la collection EDGAR DEGAS. Sale, Nov. 6-7, 1918. 60pp. Prof. illus. 4to. New cloth.

Paris, 1918. $175.00

54 (Degas Collection) Paris. Galerie Manzi-Joyant. Catalogue des eaux-fortes, vernis-mous, aqua-tintes, lithographies et monotypes par EDGAR DEGAS et provenant de son atelier. Sale, Nov. 22-23, 1918. (4), 58, (2)pp. Prof. illus. 4to. Orig. wraps.

Paris, 1918. $175.00

55 Fevre, Jeanne. Mon oncle DEGAS. Souvenirs et documents inédits recueillis et publiés par Pierre Borel. 144pp., 29 plates. Wraps.

Genève (Pierre Cailler), 1949. $30.00

56 Guérin, Marcel. EDGAR GERMAIN HILAIRE DEGAS: Letters. Translated by Marguerite Kay. 270pp., 27 plates. Sm. 4to. Cloth. D.j.

Oxford (Bruno Cassirer), 1947. $37.50

Freitag 2636; Lucas p. 138

57 Jamot, Paul. DEGAS. (2), 155, (1)pp., 74 plates with numerous illus. Lrg. 4to. Marbled boards, 1/4 cloth. Uncut. A bit worn.

Paris (Éditions de la Gazette des Beaux-Arts), 1924. $50.00

58 Janis, Eugenia Parry. DEGAS Monotypes. Essay, catalogue and checklist. Foreword by John Coolidge. xxviii pp. 321 gravure illus. hors texte. Lrg. 4to. Wraps.

Cambridge (Fogg Art Museum), 1968. $65.00

Freitag 2643; Riggs p. 213

59 Janis, Eugenia Parry. DEGAS Monotypes. Essay, catalogue and checklist. Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University, April 25-June 14, 1968. Foreword by John Coolidge. xxviii pp., 321 illus. 4to. Cloth. D.j.

Cambridge/Greenwich (Fogg Art Museum/New York Graphic Society), 1968. $85.00

Freitag 2643; Riggs p. 213

60 Lemoisne, P.-A. DEGAS et son oeuvre. (Les Artistes et Leurs Oeuvres. Etudes et Documents. ) 4 vols. (2), 281, (5)pp.; xiii, (1), 839, (1)pp.; 157, (3)pp. Prof. illus. Sm. folio. Wraps. D.j. Slipcase. Edition limited to 1030 copies, printed on fine laid paper. The beautifully produced catalogue raisonné.

Paris (Arts et Métiers Graphiques), 1946-1949. $5,000.00

Freitag 2647; Lucas p. 138

61 Meier-Graefe, Julius. DEGAS. Rendered into English by J. Holroyd-Reece. 87, (1)pp., 103 photogravure plates. Lrg. 4to. Marbled boards, 1/4 vellum. Edition limited to 900 numbered copies.

New York (Alfred A. Knopf), 1923. $100.00

Freitag 2657; Lucas p. 138

62 Millard, Charles W. The Sculpture of EDGAR DEGAS. xxiv, 141, (1)pp. 143 illus. hors texte. 4to. Cloth. D.j.

Princeton (Princeton University Press), 1976. $125.00

Freitag 2658

63 New York. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. DEGAS. [By] Jean Sutherland Boggs, Douglas W. Druick, Henri Loyrette, Michael Pantazzi, Gary Tinterow. Sept. 1988-Jan. 1989. 640pp. 392 plates (281 color) + 336 text figs. Lrg. 4to. Cloth. D.j.

New York, 1988. $85.00

64 Paris. Galerie Georges Petit. Exposition DEGAS....Peintures, pastels et dessins, sculptures, eaux-fortes, lithographies et monotypes. April-May 1914. Introduction by Daniel Halévy. 122, (6)pp., 8 heliogravure plates. Prof. illus. 4to. Wraps.

Paris, 1924 . $50.00

65 Reff, Theodore. DEGAS: The Artist's Mind. 352 pp. 216 illus. (14 color). 4to. Cloth. D.j.

New York (The Metropolitan Museum of Art/Harper & Row), 1976. $40.00

Freitag 2661

66 Rewald, John (editor). DEGAS. Works in sculpture. A complete catalogue. (2), 144pp. 112 plates. Lrg. 4to. Cloth.

London (Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co.)), 1944. $250.00

Lucas p. 139; Freitag 2663

67 Rouart, Denis. DEGAS à la recherche de sa technique. 76, (4)pp. Prof. illus. 4to. Wraps.

Paris (Floury), 1945. $45.00

Freitag 2667

68 Saint Louis. Saint Louis Art Museum. Drawings by DEGAS. Essay and catalogue by Jean Sutherland Boggs. 237pp. Prof. illus. Sq. 4to. Cloth.

St. Louis, 1967. $100.00

Freitag 2633; Lucas p. 138

69 Sutton, Denys. EDGAR DEGAS: Life and Work. 343, (1)pp. 294 illus. (numerous color). Folio. Cloth. D.j.

New York (Rizzoli), 1986. $85.00

70 Washington. National Gallery of Art. DEGAS: The Dancers. [By] George T.M. Shackelford. Nov. 1984-March 1985. 151pp. Prof. illus. 4to. Wraps.

Washington, 1984. $35.00

71 Browse, Lillian. FORAIN, the Painter, 1852-1931. 193, (1)pp. 87 platse (9 color). 4to. Cloth. D.j.

London (Paul Elek), 1978. $75.00

Freitag 3665

72 Guérin, Marcel. FORAIN aquafortiste. Catalogue raisonné de l'oeuvre gravé de l'artiste, avec une eau-forte originale. 2 vols. xvi, (270)pp., 130 collotype plates. 1 original etching ('Portrait") as frontis. 4to. Cloth. Orig. dec. wraps. bound in. Edition limited to 300 numbered copies (50 hors commerce). The rare catalogue raisonné.

Paris (H. Floury), 1912. $1,250.00

Freitag 3671; Riggs p. 277

73 GAUGUIN, PAUL. Carnet de Tahiti. 2 parts. I: 101ff. exact color facsimile. Cloth. II: Par Bernard Dorival. 61, (3)pp. Wraps. D.j. Lrg. 8vo. Slipcase. Edition limited to 500 numbered copies.

Paris (Quatre Chemins-Editart), 1954. $350.00

74 GAUGUIN, PAUL. Noa Noa. Voyage de Tahiti. (6), 204pp. Prof. illus. Lrg. 4to. Boards. D.j. The fine color facsimile edition of the original manuscript, printed on papier pur chiffon.

Stockholm (Jan Förlag), 1947. $400.00

75 GAUGUIN, PAUL. Paul Gauguin's Intimate Journals. Translated by Van Wyck Brooks; preface by Emil Gauguin. 254pp. 52 illus. (9 color). 4to. Cloth. D.j.

New York (Crown), 1936. $35.00

Freitag 4078; Lucas p. 147

76 Field, Richard S. PAUL GAUGUIN: Monotypes. Published on the occasion of the exhibition at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, March-May 1973. 148pp. More than 150 illus. (7 color plates). 4to. Wraps. Containing a provisional catalogue raisonné.

Philadelphia (Philadelphia Museum of Art), 1973. $125.00

77 Malingue, Maurice. GAUGUIN. Le peintre et son oeuvre. Avant-propos de Pola Gauguin. 68, (14)pp. 240 illus. (mostly hors texte). Lrg. 4to. Boards. D.j.

Paris (Les Presses de la Cité), 1948. $125.00

Freitag 4095; Lucas p. 147

78 Mittelstädt, Kuno. Die Selbstbildnisse PAUL GAUGUINS. 78, (4)pp., 37 plates (17 color). 7 tipped-in illus. 4to. Cloth. D.j.

Wien/München (Langen-Müller), 1968. $85.00

79 Morice, Charles. PAUL GAUGUIN. 235, (5)pp., 87 gravure and other plates (4 color). 4to. Cloth. Orig. wraps. bound in. A fundamental study.

Paris (H. Floury), 1919. $350.00

Freitag 4097

80 Paris. Galeries Nationales du Grand Palais. GAUGUIN. Jan.-April 1989. Texts by F. Cachin, I. Cahn, C.F. Stuckey, C. Frèches-Thory, G. Groom, R. Brettell. 494pp. Prof. illus. Lrg. 4to. Wraps.

Paris, 1989. $75.00

81 Rotonchamp, Jean de. PAUL GAUGUIN 1848-1903. 227, (3)pp., 8 plates. 4to. Cloth. Orig. wraps. bound in. Edition limited to 300 numbered copies. Type-design by Eric Gill. One of the earliest productions of the Cranach-Presse. The rare first edition.

Weimar (Harry Graf Kessler), 1906. $975.00

Cranach-Presse Verzeichnis 16; Lucas p. 147 (citing 1925 edition); Freitag (citing French-language edition, 1906)

82 Rotonchamp, Jean de. PAUL GAUGUIN, 1848-1903. 264, (2)pp., 8 plates. 4to. Wraps. (spine slightly chipped). From the library of Jean Alazard.

Paris (G. Crès et Cie.), 1925. $45.00

Lucas p. 147; Freitag 4108 (citing 1906 Drouet edition)

83 Saint-Germain-en-Laye. Musée Départemental du Prieuré. Le chemin de GAUGUIN. Genèse et rayonnement. 2 édition corrigée et augmentée. Catalogue by Marie-Amélie Anquetil, Marianne Barbey, Madeleine Faucher, Georges Gomez y Càceres, François Szymanski, Jean-Marie Cusinberche, Pierre Chapelot, Philippe Vergnaud. Oct. 1985-March 1986. 230pp. Prof. illus. Lrg. 4to. Cloth.

Saint-Germain-en-Laye, 1985. $75.00

Freitag 4069

84 Washington. National Gallery of Art & Chicago. Art Institute of Chicago. The Art of PAUL GAUGUIN. [By] Richard Brettell, Françoise Cachin, Claire Frèches-Thory, Charles F. Stuckey. With the assistance of Peter Zegers. May-July/ Sept.-Dec. 1988. xxvi, 519pp. 635 illus. (335 color). Lrg. 4to. Wraps.

Washington/Chicago, 1988. $85.00

Freitag 4099

85 Wildenstein, Georges. GAUGUIN. I: Catalogue. (L'Art Français.) (10), 282, (4)pp. 639 illus. Sm. folio. Cloth. D.j. Slipcase. Limited edition. The very rare catalogue raisonné.

Paris (Les Beaux-Arts), 1964. $3,500.00

Freitag 4114

86 Wildenstein, Georges (editor). GAUGUIN. Sa vie, son oeuvre. Réunion de textes, d'études, de documents sous la direction et avec la collaboration de Georges Wildenstein par Ursula F. Marks-Vandenbroucke, Haavard Rostrup, Yvonne Thirion, Jénot, Jean Loize, Georges Le Bronnec. 211, (5)pp. Prof. illus. Lrg. 4to. Cloth. D.j.

Paris (Les Beaux-Arts), 1958. $300.00

87 Koebenhavn. Ordrupgaard. GAUGUIN og VAN GOGH i Koebenhavn i 1893. / Gauguin and van Gogh in Copenhagen in 1893. Catalogue by Merete Bodelsen. Dec. 1983-Feb. 1984. 135pp. Prof. illus. Lrg. 4to. Wraps.

Copenhagen, 1984. $27.50

88 GOGH, VINCENT VAN. Letters to an Artist. From Vincent van Gogh to Anton Ridder van Rappard, 1881-1885. Introduction by Walter Pach. xxiv, 229, (1)pp. 16 plates hors texte. 4to. Cloth.

New York (Viking Press), 1936. $30.00

89 Duret, Théodore. VINCENT VAN GOGH. Edition définitive. 109, (3)pp., 44 plates (2 tipped-in color). 4to. Wraps. D.j.

Paris (Bernheim-Jeune), 1924. $75.00

Freitag 4483; Lucas p. 150

90 Hulsker, Jan. The Complete VAN GOGH. Paintings, drawings, sketches. 498pp. 2165 illlus. (40 color). Folio. Cloth. D.j.

New York (Harry N. Abrams). $500.00

Freitag 4515

91 La Faille, J.-B. de. The Works of VINCENT VAN GOGH. His paintings and drawings. 701, (1)pp. 56 color plates, over 2000 illus. Folio. Cloth. D.j.

New York (Reynal & Company), 1970. $225.00

Freitag 4489

92 Meier-Graefe, Julius. VINCENT. Zweite Auflage. 2 vols. 246pp.; 24pp., 103 collotype plates. Lrg. 4to. Boards, 1/4 cloth.

München (R. Piper & Co.), n.d. $150.00

93 Melbourne. National Gallery of Victoria. VAN GOGH. His sources, genius and influence. Curator: James Mollison. Assistant curator: Peter Denham. With essays by Wilfred Niels Arnold and Christopher Allen. Nov. 1993-Jan. 1994. (6), 136pp. 61 color plates, 43 figs. Lrg. 4to. Cloth. D.j.

Melbourne, 1993. $35.00

94 Mothe, Alain. VINCENT VAN GOGH à Auvers-sur-Oise. 223pp. Prof. illus. Lrg. 4to. Cloth. D.j.

Paris (Éditions du Valhermeil), 1987. $85.00

95 Tralbaut, Marc Edo. VINCENT VAN GOGH. 350pp. Prof. illus. (many color). Sq. folio. Cloth.

New York (Viking Press), 1969. $85.00

96 Des Courières, Edouard. ARMAND GUILLAUMIN. 91, (1)pp., 16 plates. Numerous text illus. 4to. Wraps. D.j.

Paris (Henri Floury), 1924. $75.00

Freitag 5027

97 Serret, G. & Fabiani, D. ARMAND GUILLAUMIN, 1841-1927. Catalogue raisonné de l'oeuvre peint. Précéde de 'Armand Guillaumin dans son temps,' par Raymond Schmit. 567, (7)pp. Prof. illus. Lrg. oblong 4to. Cloth. The catalogue raisonné.

Paris (Editions Mayer), [1971]. $2,500.00

Freitag 5031

98 Hefting, Victorine. JONGKIND. Sa vie, son oeuvre, son époque. 341pp. 871 illus. Lrg. 4to. Cloth. D.j. The catalogue raisonné.

Paris (Arts et Métiers Graphiques), [1975]. $1,250.00

Freitag 5784

99 Bénédite, Léonce. ALBERT LEBOURG. 412pp., 10 gravure plates. Numerous text illus. Lrg. 4to. Cloth. Orig. wraps. bound in.

Paris (Éditions des Galeries Georges Petit), 1923. $1,000.00

100 Paris. Galerie Schmit. STANISLAS LEPINE, 1835-1892. May-July 1993. (8)pp. 106 plates with facing commentary. 4to. Wraps.

Paris, 1993. $27.50

101 Lavalley, Gaston. Le peintre et aquarelliste SEPTIME LE PIPPRE. Sa vie, son oeuvre. 112, (2)pp., 21 mounted plates. 4to. Wraps. Edition limited to 15 copies on papier à la forme.

Caen (Louis Jouan), n.d. $175.00

102 Mauclair, Camille. HENRI LE SIDANER. 262, (2)pp. 2 original drypoint etchings by the artist hors texte ("La pavillon dans les arbres," printed in umber, and "La nappe rose," printed in peach). 229 illus. (4 tipped-in color plates hors texte). Lrg. 4to. Publisher's cloth.

Paris (Galeries Georges Petit/ Henri Floury), 1928. $1,250.00

Freitag 7008

103 MANET, EDOUARD. Lettres de jeunesse, 1848-1849. Voyage à Rio. 67, (3)pp., 7 collotype plates. 4to. New cloth.

Paris (Louis Rouart et Fils), 1928. $75.00

Freitag 7566

104 Berlin. Galerie Matthiesen. Ausstellung EDOUARD MANET, 1832-1883. Gemälde, Pastelle, Aquarelle, Zeichnungen. Feb.-March 1928. Texts by Emil Waldmann, Max J. Friedländer, Max Liebermann. 45, (3)pp. 91 plates. Lrg. 4to. Wraps. (slightly worn).

Berlin, 1928. $40.00

105 De Leiris, Alain. The Drawings of EDOUARD MANET. (California Studies in the History of Art. Vol. 10. ) xxx, 286pp. 431 plates & 58 text illus. Lrg. 4to. Cloth. D.j.

Berkeley/ Los Angeles (University of California Press), 1969. $175.00

Freitag 7563; Arntzen/Rainwater R19

106 Gordon, Robert & Forge, Andrew. The Last Flowers of MANET. 48pp. 17 illus. (16 color). Sq. 4to. Cloth. D.j.

New York (Harry N. Abrams), 1986. $27.50

107 Hamilton, George Heard. MANET and His Critics. (Yale Historical Publications. History of Art. 7.) x, (2), 295, (3) pp., 39 plates. 4th. Cloth.

New Haven (Yale University Press), 1954. $85.00

Freitag 7557; Lucas p. 166

108 Jedlicka, Gotthard. EDOUARD MANET. 430, (2)pp., 145 plates. Stout 4to. Cloth.

Erlenbach-Zürich (Eugen Rentsch), 1941. $75.00

Freitag 7562

109 Koebenhavn. Ordrupgaard. MANET. Catalogue by Mikael Wivel in collaboration with Juliet Wilson-Bareau and Hanne Finsen. 173pp. Prof. illus. 4to. Wraps. Texts in Danish and English.

Copenhagen, 1989. $22.50

110 London. National Gallery. MANET at Work. Aug.-Oct. 1983. By Michael Wilson. 48pp. 46 illus. 4to. Wraps.

London, 1983. $17.50

111 Mathey, J. Graphisme de MANET. Essai de catalogue raisonné des dessins. 32, (4) pp. More than 135 illus. hors texte (partly in color). Lrg. 4to. Wraps.

Paris (F. De Nobele), 1961. $75.00

Freitag 7571; Lucas p. 166

112 Mathey, J. Graphisme de MANET. III: Dessins de peintures réapparus. 43, (1) pp. 224 illus. hors texte (partly in color). Lrg. 4to. Wraps. over boards. Presentation copy, inscribed by the author to Agnes Mongan.

Paris (The Author), 1966. $75.00

Freitag 7571; Lucas p. 166

113 Paris. Grand Palais & New York. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. MANET, 1832-1883. April-Nov. 1983. Curators of the exhibition: Françoise Cachin, Charles S. Moffett, in collaboration with Michel Melot. 544, (4)pp. 461 illus. (138 color plates). Lrg. stout 4to. Wraps. English-language edition.

New York (The Metropolitan Museum of Art/ Harry N. Abrams), 1983. $45.00

Freitag 7568

114 Richardson, John. EDOUARD MANET. Paintings and drawings. 132pp. 84 plates (16 color). 4to. Cloth.

London (Phaidon), 1958. $35.00

115 Rosenthal, Léon. MANET. Aquafortiste et lithographe. 174pp. Prof. illus. 4to. Wraps.

Paris (Le Goupy), 1925. $65.00

Freitag 7585

116 Rouart, Denis & Wildenstein, Daniel. EDOUARD MANET. Catalogue raisonné. 2 vols. I: Peintures. (2), 308, (4)pp. 430 illus. II: Pastels, aquarelles et dessins. (4), 277, (5)pp. 697 illus. Folio. Cloth. D.j.

Lausanne/ Paris (La Bibliothèque des Arts), 1975. $2,750.00

Freitag 7586

117 Vaudoyer, J.-L. E. MANET. ("Les Demi-Dieux.") (156)pp. Prof. illus. Lrg. 4to. Wraps.

Paris (Éditions du Dimanche), 1955. $45.00

Chamberlin 2405

118 Washington. National Gallery of Art. MANET and Modern Paris. One hundred paintings, drawings, prints, and photographs by Manet and his contemporaries. Dec. 1982-March 1983. [By] Theodore Reff. 280pp. 154 illus. (24 color plates). Lrg. 4to. Cloth.

Chicago (The University of Chicago Press), 1982. $75.00

Freitag 7576

119 Zola, Emile. ED. MANET. Étude biographique et critique, accompagnée d'un portrait d'Ed. Manet par Bracquemond et d'une eau-forte d'Ed. Manet d'après Olympia. 48pp. 2 original etchings hors texte, by Manet ("Olympia") and Bracquemond (portrait of Manet). Sm. 4to. Orig. printed wraps. (neatly removed from a binding).

"One of the features of Manet's portrait of Emile Zola painted for the Salon of 1868 [Paris, Musée d'Orsay] is a superb still life composed of books, pamphlets, the writer's quill pen and inkpot, and his pipe, scattered over his work table. Among the profusion of objects is a blue, paper-covered pamphlet that bears the artist's name and serves as the painting's signature. This is the pamphlet that was published for Manet and Zola by Dentu on the occasion of Manet's major one-man exhibition in May 1867. It consists of a re-edition of Zola's January 1 article in the Revue du XIXe Siècle, a frontispiece portrait of Manet etched by Bracquemond, and Manet's little etching after his painting, Olympia opposite Zola's famous analysis of the painting. Zola had suggested the idea of putting the brochure on sale at Manet's exhibition, held in a pavilion built at the artist's expense off the avenue de l'Alma.... The idea of the pamphlet developed during the months preceding the opening of the exhibition in May, and a very friendly letter from Manet to Zola provides the best information concerning the project. Manet responded positively to Zola's proposal, suggesting the inclusion of 'an etched portrait of me at the front' and asking for details of 'the format of the pamphlet so that I can have the etching printed' (that is, Bracquemond's etching after a photograph of Manet by Camentron). After sealing the letter, Manet reopened it, having remembered that "I recently made a woodblock after Olympia, which was intended for Lacroix's Paris-Guide," adding that "if it didn't cost us too much, we could insert it...." Changing his mind, Manet then experimented with a 'large' etched copperplate. "Because its format was unsuitable for the brochure or because he had already spoiled the plate by re-etching it too heavily, Manet abandoned this version and began a small copperplate.... Printed in an edition of 600 impressions for this pamphlet, this reproduction of the painting Zola considered the artist's 'chef-d'oeuvre' is a proof of their friendship and their joint efforts for the success of Manet's exhibition. The price and the number sold are unknown, but it is likely that the illustrated pamphlet was appreciated only by the 'devotees and people of refined taste' referred to in Babou's review" (Juliet Wilson Bareau, in the Metropolitan Museum catalogue).

Intermittent light foxing, not affecting the prints; a clean and crisp example.

Paris (E. Dentu), 1867. $4,500.00

Moreau-Nelaton 17; Guérin 39; Harris 53; New York, The Metropolitan Museum of Art: Manet, 1832-1883 (1983), cat no. 69 (illus. 69 and figs. a-b).

120 Manguin, Lucile & Manguin, Claude (editors). HENRI MANGUIN. Catalogue raisonné de l'oeuvre peint. Avant-propos: Jacques Lassaigne. L'Homme: Pierre Cabanne. L'Oeuvre: Alain Mousseigne. Catalogue raisonné: Marie-Caroline Sainsaulieu. Notes biographiques: Jean-Pierre Manguin. 432pp. 1318 illus. (12 color plates), 18 figs. Sm. folio. Cloth.

Neuchâtel (Ides et Calendes), 1980. $550.00

Freitag 7599

121 Alexandre, Arsène. CLAUDE MONET. 123, (1)pp., 48 plates. Folio. New cloth. Orig. wraps. bound in. One of 100 numbered copies on Japon, from the limited edition of 250 copies.

Paris (Les Éditions Bernheim-Jeune), 1921. $450.00

Freitag 8533

122 Berlin. Galerie Thannhauser. CLAUDE MONET 1840-1926. Gedächtnis-Ausstellung. Feb.-March 1928. 63pp. 61 illus. Wraps.

Berlin, 1928. $20.00

123 Chicago. The Art Institute of Chicago. Paintings by MONET. March-May 1975. Foreword by John Maxon; edited by Susan Wise; essays by André Masson, Grace Seiberling, J. Patrice Marandel. 179pp. 122 plates. 4to. Wraps. (spine damaged).

Chicago, 1975. $17.50

124 Cotté, Sabine. MONET. (Collection "Le Peintre et l'Homme.") 57, (101)pp. 45 color plates in text (several double- and triple-page folding). Sm. sq. folio. Cloth. Slipcase.

Paris (Henri Scrépel), 1974. $75.00

125 Geffroy, Gustave. CLAUDE MONET. Sa vie, son temps, son oeuvre. (2), iv, 362pp. Prof. illus. Square 4to. Marbled boards, 3/4 leather. Orig. wraps. bound in.

Paris (G. Crès), 1922. $200.00

Freitag 8542

126 Gordon, Robert & Forge, Andrew. MONET. 304pp. Prof. illus. (numerous color). Folio. Cloth. D. j.

New York (Harry N. Abrams), 1983. $75.00

127 Granoff, Katia. CLAUDE MONET. Quinze Nymphéas inédits. Poèmes de Katia Granoff. (64)pp. 16 color plates. Lrg. 4to. Orig. wraps. Presentation copy, inscribed by the author to Alfred H. Barr, Jr.

Paris (Chez l'Auteur), 1958. $125.00

128 House, John. MONET. 16pp., 48 color plates. 4to. Cloth. D.j.

Oxford (Phaidon), 1977. $20.00

Freitag 8548 (citing second edition)

129 Isaacson, Joel CLAUDE MONET: Observation and Reflection. 240pp.. 180 plates (48 color). Lrg. sq. 4to. Cloth. D.j.

Oxford (Phaidon), 1978. $100.00

Freitag 8550

130 Joyes, Claire. CLAUDE MONET: Life at Giverny. Preface: Gérald van der Kemp. Photographic and editorial research: Jean-Marie Toulgouat. 151, (1)pp. Prof. illus. (numerous color). 4to. Cloth. D.j.

New York/Paris (The Vendome Press), 1985. $45.00

Freitag 8552

131 Lathom, Xenia. CLAUDE MONET. (4), 114, (2)pp., 24 heliogravure plates. 4to. Cloth.

London (Philip Allan), 1931. $85.00

Freitag 8554

132 London. Christie, Manson & Woods, Ltd. Catalogue of La Terrasse à Sainte Adresse by CLAUDE MONET. The property of the Reverend Theodore Pitcairn and the Beneficia Foundation, Bryn Athyn, Pennsylvania. Sale, Dec. 1, 1967. 12pp., 2 color plates. 4to. Boards. D.j.

London, 1967. $30.00

133 Malingue, Maurice. CLAUDE MONET. (Collection "Les Documents d'Art.") 160pp. 112 illus. (numerous tipped-in color). Lrg. 4to. Boards, 1/4 cloth.

Monaco (Les Documents d'Art), 1943. $30.00

Lucas p. 171

134 New York. Acquavella Galleries. CLAUDE MONET. Oct.-Nov. 1976. Text by Andrew Forge. (20)pp., 68 color plates. 4to. Wraps.

New York, 1976. $20.00

135 New York. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. MONET's Years at Giverny: Beyond Impressionism. Texts by Philippe de Montebello, Charles S. Moffett, James N. Wood, Daniel Wildenstein. 180pp. Prof. illus. (81 color plates). Sq. 4to. Wraps.

New York, 1978. $12.50

Freitag 8559

136 New York. The Museum of Modern Art. CLAUDE MONET: Seasons and Moments. [By] William C. Seitz. March-May 1960. 64pp. 50 illus. (9 color). Sq. 4to. Cloth. D.j.

New York, 1960. $25.00

137 New York. Wildenstein. A Loan Exhibition of Paintings by CLAUDE MONET. April-May 1945. Forword by Georges Wildenstein. 59, (1)pp. Prof. illus. 4to. Wraps.

New York, 1945. $15.00

138 Paris. Bernheim-Jeune & Cie. CLAUDE MONET: "Venise." Neuf reproductions de tableaux avec une préface par Octave Mirbeau. (18)pp., 9 plates (1 color). 4to. Wraps. Contents loose, as issued. This album was published in conjunction with the Bernheim-Jeune exhibition of May-June 1912.

Paris, 1912. $250.00

139 Paris. Musée Marmottan. MONET et ses amis. Le legs Michel Monet. Nouveaux enrichissements. Text by Raymond Cogniat. 32pp. 34 illus. Sq. 4to. Wraps.

Paris, 1972. $17.50

140 Paris. Musée Marmottan. MONET et ses amis. Le legs Michel Monet. La donation Donop de Monchy. Catalogue by François Daulte and Claude Richebé. 126pp. 166 illus. 4to. Wraps.

Paris, 1981. $20.00

141 Paris. Wildenstein. CLAUDE MONET. June-July 1952. Text by Daniel Wildenstein. 62pp. 35 illus. 4to. Wraps. (cover creased).

Paris, 1952. $17.50

142 Rouart, Denis & Rey, Jean-Dominique. MONET Nymphéas, ou les miroirs du temps. Suivi d'un catalogue raisonné. 149, (51)pp. 316 illus. (28 color). Lrg. 4to. Cloth. D.j.

Paris (Fernand Hazan), 1972. $300.00

Freitag 8575

143 Rouart, Denis & Rey, Jean-Dominique. MONET Water-Lilies, or The Mirror of Time. Followed by a descriptive catalogue by Robert Maillard. 149, (51)pp. 316 illus. (28 color). Lrg. 4to. Cloth. D.j.

New York (Leon Amiel), 1974. $300.00

Freitag 8575 (French-language edition)

144 Sapego, I. CLAUDE MONET. 38, (26)pp. 40 color plates. 63 illus. Folio. Cloth. D.j. English-language edition.

Leningrad (Aurora), 1969. $100.00

145 Seitz, William C. CLAUDE MONET. (The Library of Great Painters.) 158, (2)pp. 132 illus. (48 tipped-in color plates). Folio. Cloth. D. j.

New York (Harry N. Abrams), 1960. $40.00

Freitag 8576; Chamberlin 2437; Lucas p. 171

146 Stuckey, Charles F. MONET: Water Lilies. 132pp. 65 color plates (4 folding). Text illus. Lrg. oblong 4to. Cloth. D.j.

New York (Hugh Lauter Levin Associates), 1988. $75.00

147 Stuckey, Charles F. (editor). MONET. A retrospective. 387pp. 251 plates (132 color). Folio. Cloth. D.j.

New York (Park Lane), 1986. $125.00

Freitag 8563

148 Taillandier, Yvon. MONET. 94, (2)pp. 78 illus. (51 color). 4to. Boards. D.j.

New York (Crown Publishers), n.d. $17.50

Freitag 8579 (citing French-language edition)

149 Wildenstein, Daniel. CLAUDE MONET. Biographie et catalogue raisonné. Tome III: 1887-1898. Peintures. (2), 312, (4)pp. 434 illus. (7 full-page color plates). Folio. Cloth. D. j.

Lausanne/Paris (La Bibliothèque des Arts), 1979. $1,500.00

Freitag 8582

150 Paris. Hôtel Drouot. Catalogue des aquarelles, dessins & croquis par HENRY MONNIER, 1805-1877. Provenant de la collection de M. Gustave Cahen. Troisième vente.... Experts: Hector Brame, André Schoeller. Sale, June 8, 1929. 46pp., 26 plates with 41 illus. Lrg. 4to. Wraps. D.j.

Paris, 1929. $55.00

151 Genève. Galerie Cailleux. MONTICELLI, 1824-1886. Nov. 1981-Jan. 1982. (42)pp. 42 color illus. hors texte. Sq. 4to. Wraps.

Genève, 1981. $17.50

152 Alauzen, André M. & Ripert, Pierre. MONTICELLI. Sa vie et son oeuvre. 471pp. 641 illus., reference figs. Sm. folio. Cloth. Catalogue raisonné.

Paris (Bibliothèque des Arts), 1969. $400.00

Freitag 8585

153 Coquiot, Gustave. MONTICELLI. 263pp., 32 plates. Wraps.

Paris (Albin Michel), 1925. $30.00

Freitag 8588

154 Bataille, M.-L. & Wildenstein, G. BERTHE MORISOT. Catalogue des peintures, pastels et aquarelles. (L'Art Français.) 306, (2)pp. 818 plates and reference illus. 4to. Cloth. D.j. (light wear). The catalogue raisonné.

Paris (Les Beaux-Arts), 1961. $2,250.00

Freitag 8699; Chamberlin 2382

155 New York. Wildenstein & Co., Inc. BERTHE MORISOT. Loan exhibition of paintings. Nov.-Dec. 1960. Introduction by Paul Valery. (78)pp. 69 plates. 4to. Wraps.

New York, 1960. $25.00

156 Brettell, Richard R. PISSARRO and Pontoise. The painter in a landscape. With assistance from Joachim Pissarro. xi, (1), 227pp. 172 illus. Lrg. 4to. Cloth. D.j.

New Haven/London (Yale University Press), 1990. $75.00

Freitag 9802

157 Dallas. Dallas Museum of Fine Arts. The Impressionist and the City. PISSARRO's series paintings. [By] Richard R. Brettell and Joachim Pissarro. Edited by Mary Anne Stevens. Nov. 1992-Jan. 1993. liii, (1), 234pp. 154 color plates, 28 figs. 4to. Wraps.

Dallas, 1992. $40.00

158 Jerusalem. The Israel Museum. CAMILLE PISSARRO. Impressionist innovator. [By] Joachim Pissarro and Stephanie Rachum. Oct. 1994-Jan. 1995. 232, (2), 46pp. 128 plates, numerous text and reference figs. Lrg. 4to. Wraps.

Jerusalem, 1994. $40.00

159 Lloyd, Christopher (editor). Studies on CAMILLE PISSARRO. xiv, 140pp. 67 illus. 4to. Wraps. Texts by 10 contributors.

London/New York (Routledge & Kegan Paul), 1987. $37.50

Freitag 9807

160 London. Hayward Gallery. PISSARRO. Camille Pissarro, 1830-1903. Oct. 1980-Jan. 1981. Texts by John Rewald, Richard Brettell, Françoise Cachin, Janine Bailly-Herzberg, Christopher Lloyd and Anne Distel, Barbara Stern Shapiro, Martha Ward. 264pp. Prof. illus. Sq. 4to. Wraps.

London, 1980. $50.00

Freitag 9803

161 Oxford. Ashmolean Museum. Artists, Writers, Politics: CAMILLE PISSARRO and His Friends. An archival exhibition. Nov. 1980-Jan. 1981. Selected and compiled by Anne Thorold. 78pp. 11 plates. 4to. Wraps.

Oxford, 1980. $25.00

162 Pissarro, Ludovic Rodo & Venturi, Lionello. CAMILLE PISSARRO. Son art, son oeuvre. 2 vols. 342, (4)pp.; 312 plates with 1632 illus. Lrg. 4to. Cloth. Edition limited to 1000 numbered copies. The rare catalogue raisonné.

Paris (Paul Rosenberg), 1939. $4,500.00

Freitag 9815; Lucas p. 179

163 Rewald, John (editor). CAMILLE PISSARRO: Letters to His Son Lucien. Edited with the assistance of Lucien Pissarro. 367, (1)pp. 90 illus. (partly hors texte). 4to. Cloth. D.j.

New York (Pantheon), 1943. $50.00

Freitag 9811; Lucas p. 179

164 Shikes, Ralph E. & Harper, Paula. PISSARRO. His life and work. 362pp. 210 illus. (21 color). 4to. Cloth. D.j.

New York (Horizon Press), 1980. $30.00

Freitag 9817

165 Toronto. Art Gallery of Ontario. PUVIS DE CHAVANNES and the Modern Tradition. Oct.-Nov. 1975. [By] Richard J. Wattenmaker. xxvi, 198pp. Prof. illus. (partly in color). 4to. Wraps.

Toronto, 1975. $60.00

166 Delteil, Loys. JEAN-FRANÇOIS RAFFAELLI. (Le Peintre-Graveur Illustré, XIXe et XXe Siècles. 17.) (196)pp. 1 original etching as frontispiece, hand-colored in red and blue and signed in pencil in the margins by the artist. 190 illus. Lrg. 4to. Later cloth. Orig. wraps. bound in. Edition limited to 400 copies on hollande, from the tirage deluxe of 470. Catalogue raisonné.

Paris (Chez l'auteur/ L'Estampe Moderne), 1923. $450.00

Lucas p. 96; Riggs p. 645; Arntzen/Rainwater N25; Chamberlin 1536

167 Bacou, Roseline. ODILON REDON. 2 vols. I: La vie et l'oeuvre point de vue de la critique au sujet de l'oeuvre. 290pp., 6 tipped-in color plates. II: Documents divers, illustrations. 59, (3)pp., 120 plates (13 tipped-in color). Lrg. 8vo. Cloth, orig. wraps. bound in.

Genève (Pierre Cailler), 1956. $225.00

Freitag 10302; Lucas p. 181

168 Berger, Klaus. ODILON REDON. Fantasy and colour. 244pp. 21 tipped-in color plates in text. 82 illus. Lrg. 4to. Cloth. D.j.

New York/ Toronto/ London (McGraw-Hill), [1965]. $650.00

Freitag 10304; Lucas p. 182

169 Jerusalem. The Israel Museum. ODILON REDON: Ian Woodner Collection. Introduction by Brooks Adams. Dec. 1985-Feb. 1986. (94)pp. 49 plates (24 color). Lrg. 4to. Wraps.

Jerusalem, 1985. $22.50

170 Mellerio, André. ODILON REDON. Peintre, dessinateur et graveur. 215, (1)pp., 32 plates (several color, heliogravure, facsimile). 81 illus. 4to. Marbled boards, 3/4 leather. Orig. wraps. bound in. Catalogue raisonné.

Paris (H. Floury), 1923. $325.00

Freitag 10314; Lucas p. 182; Riggs p. 651

171 Paris. Orangerie des Tuileries. ODILON REDON. Oct. 1956-Jan. 1957. Catalogue by Roseline Bacou. 113, (1)pp., 64 plates. Sm. 4to. New cloth.

Paris, 1956. $30.00

172 Daulte, François. AUGUSTE RENOIR. Catalogue raisonné de l'oeuvre peint. Vol. I (all published): Figures 1860-1890. Avant propos de Jean Renoir; préface de Charles Durand-Ruel. 429, (3)pp. 646 catalogue illus.; numerous text illus. Sm. folio. Cloth. D.j. Stamped. Edition limited to 1850 numbered copies. The rare catalogue raisonné.

Lausanne (Éditions Durand-Ruel), 1971. $4,500.00

Freitag 10513

173 Florisoone, Michel. RENOIR. 167, (1)pp. 127 illus. (numerous tipped-in color). Lrg. 4to. Cloth. D.j.

New York/Paris (French and European Publications/Hyperion), 1938. $30.00

174 London. Hayward Gallery. RENOIR. Jan.-April 1985. Texts by J. House, A. Distel, L. Gowing. 324pp. Prof. illus. Lrg. 4to. Wraps.

London, 1985. $40.00

175 London. Hayward Gallery. RENOIR. Jan.-April 1985. Texts by J. House, A. Distel, L. Gowing. 415, (1)pp. Prof. color illus. Lrg. 4to. Wraps. French-language edition.

London, 1985. $40.00

176 Meier-Graefe, Julius. AUGUSTE RENOIR. Zweite Auflage. 179pp. 100 plates. 4to. Boards.

München (R. Piper & Co.), 1920. $40.00

177 Pach, Walter. AUGUSTE RENOIR. (The Library of Great Painters.) 126, (2)pp. 148 tipped-in color plates. Lrg. 4to. Cloth. D.j.

New York (Harry N. Abrams), [1950]. $35.00

Freitag 10525; Lucas p. 183; Chamberlin 2437

178 Paris. Hôtel Drouot. Catalogue des tableaux composant la collection Maurice Gangnat. 160 tableaux par RENOIR. Ouevres importantes de Paul Cézanne. Tableaux par E. Vuillard. June 24-25, 1925. Text by Robert de Flers and Elie Faure. (190)pp. 168 plates. 4to. Wraps. 4to. Wraps.

Paris, 1925. $200.00

179 Renoir, Jean. RENOIR, My Father. viii, 465, (1)pp., 33 plates. 4to. Cloth. D.j.

Boston/ Toronto (Little, Brown & Co.), 1962. $25.00

Freitag 10531

180 Tübingen. Kunsthalle. RENOIR. [By] Götz Adriani. Jan.-May 1996. 328pp. 102 color plates, numerous text and reference illus. Sm. folio. Wraps. D.j.

Tübingen, 1996. $50.00

181 Vollard, Ambroise. La vie & l'oeuvre de PIERRE-AUGUSTE RENOIR. 261, (12)pp. Original etching by Renoir ("Femme nue") as frontispiece. 52 plates hors texte, including 1 original color lithograph by Auguste Clot after Renoir (the balance in heliogravure). 170 line-drawn illus. and sketches in text. Folio. Full red morocco. Orig. wraps. bound in. One of 525 numbered copies on beau papier teinté, from the limited edition of 1000 copies in all, signed by the author.

Paris (Ambroise Vollard), 1919. $3,750.00

Johnson 197

182 Goldscheider, Cécile. AUGUSTE RODIN. Catalogue raisonné de l'oeuvre sculpté. Tome I: 1840-1886. 203, (1)pp. Prof. illus. (over 145 plates). Folio. Cloth. D.j.

Lausanne/Paris (Wildenstein Institute/ Bibliothèque des Arts), 1989. $300.00

183 Judrin, Claudie. RODIN: Drawings and Watercolors. 21, (203)pp. 100 color plates. Folio. Cloth. Slipcase.

New York (Thames and Hudson), 1983. $100.00

184 Lampert, Catherine. RODIN. Sculpture & drawings. 242pp. Prof. illus. Lrg. 4to. Cloth. D.j. Published in conjunction with an exhibition at the Hayward Gallery, London, Nov. 1986-Jan. 1987.

London (Arts Council of Great Britain), 1986. $65.00

185 Story, Sommerville (introduction). RODIN Sculptures. Selected by Ludwig Goldscheider. 126pp. 95 plates. Lrg. 4to. Cloth. D.j.

London (Phaidon), 1964. $45.00

Freitag 10830

186 Elsen, Albert & Varnedoe, Kirk. The Drawings of RODIN. With additional contributions by Victoria Thorson and Elisabeth Chase Geissbühler. 191, (1)pp. 148 illus. 4to. Cloth. D.j. Published in conjunction with an exhibition at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., Nov. 1971-Jan. 1972.

New York (Praeger), 1971. $50.00

Freitag 10804

187 Geissbuhler, Elisabeth Chase. RODIN: Later Drawings. With interpretations by Antoine Bourdelle. (12), 105, (1)pp. 30 plates. 4to. Cloth. D.j.

Boston (Beacon Press), 1963. $40.00

Freitag 10788

188 Basler, Adolphe. HENRI ROUSSEAU. Sa vie, son oeuvre. 36, (4), 12pp., 58 heliogravure plates (1 color). 4to. Wraps.

New York (Weyhe), 1927. $125.00

189 Bouret, Jean. HENRI ROUSSEAU. 267, (1)pp. 232 illus. (50 color). Lg. sq. 4to. Cloth. D.j.

Greenwich (New York Graphic Society), 1961. $100.00

Freitag 10988; Lucas p. 187

190 Pont-Aven. Musée de Pont-Aven. PAUL SÉRUSIER et la Bretagne. June-Sept. 1991. Text by Caroline Boyle-Turner. 96pp. 62 color illus., numerous documentary figs. Lrg. 4to. Wraps.

Pont-Aven, 1991. $30.00

191 Cousturier, Lucie. SEURAT . (Collection des "Cahiers d'Aujourd'hui.") 36, (8)pp., 66 plates. 4to. Wraps.

Paris (G. Crès), 1926. $60.00

Freitag 11604

192 Franz, Erich & Growe, Bernd. GEORGES SEURAT: Drawings. 203pp. 170 illus. (17 color). 4to. Boards. D.j.

Boston (Little, Brown and Company), 1984. $50.00

193 Herbert, Robert L. SEURAT's Drawings. 194pp. 185 illus. (12 color). Lrg. 4to. Cloth. D.j.

New York (Shorewood), 1962. $150.00

Freitag 11609

194 Kahn, Gustave. Les dessins de GEORGES SEURAT (1859-1891). 2 vols. 128 fine mounted plates. Folio. Portfolios (cloth with printed labels). All contents loose, as issued. Rare.

Paris (Bernheim-Jeune), 1928. $1,500.00

Freitag 11611; Lucas p. 191

195 Rewald, John. GEORGES SEURAT. Second, revised edition. xx, 125, (3)pp., 1 color plate. 49 illus. 4to. Cloth. D.j.

New York (Wittenborn & Company), 1946. $65.00

Freitag 11614 (citing 1943 edition); Lucas p. 191

196 Seligman, Germain. The Drawings of GEORGES SEURAT. 94, (4)pp., 46 plates. Lrg. 4to. Boards, 1/4 cloth.

New York (Curt Valentin), 1947. $100.00

Freitag 11618

197 Daulte, François. ALFRED SISLEY. Catalogue raisonné de l'oeuvre peint. Préface de Charles Durand-Ruel 360, (4)pp. 898 illus. (4 color). Folio. Cloth. Edition limited to 1200 numbered copies. The rare catalouge raisonné.

Lausanne (Éditions Durand-Ruel), 1959. $3,500.00

Freitag 11761; Lucas p. 192

198 New York. Wildenstein & Co., Inc. SISLEY. Loan exhibition. Oct.-Dec. 1966. Catalogue by François Daulte. (86)pp. 72 illus. (6 color plates). 4to. Wraps.

New York, 1966. $15.00

199 Minneapolis. The Minneapolis Institute of Arts. JAMES TISSOT. May-July 1978. Catalogue raisonné of his prints by Michael Justin Wentworth. 356pp. Prof. illus. Lrg. 4to. Wraps.

Minneapolis, 1978. $150.00

200 Adhémar, Jean. TOULOUSE-LAUTREC. His complete lithographs and drypoints. xxxviii, (26)pp., 368 illus. (54 color). Sm. folio. Cloth. D.j.

New York (Harry N. Abrams), [1965]. $225.00

Freitag 12539; Lucas p. 197; Riggs p. 765

201 Chicago. The Art Institute of Chicago. TOULOUSE-LAUTREC: Paintings. (By) Charles F. Stuckey with the assistance of Naomi E. Maurer. 328pp. Prof. illus. Lrg. 4to. Wraps.

Chicago, n.d. $40.00

Freitag 12585

202 Dortu, M.G. TOULOUSE-LAUTREC et son oeuvre. (Les Artistes et Leurs Oeuvres. ) 6 vols. 1671pp. 5861 catalogue illus.; 323 documentary illus. Sm. folio. Cloth. Edition limited to 1500 numbered copies on vélin, watermarked with the artist's monogram. The catalogue raisonné.

New York (Collector's Editions), 1971. $1,500.00

Freitag 12551; Riggs p. 765

203 Goldschmidt, Lucien & Schimmel, Herbert (editors). Unpublished Correspondence of HENRI DE TOULOUSE-LAUTREC. 320pp. 56 illus. hors texte. 4to. Cloth. D. j. 273 letters by and about Lautrec, then in the collection of Herbert Schimmel. With an introduction and notes by Jean Adhémar and Theodore Reff.

London (Phaidon), 1969. $35.00

Freitag 12590

204 Huisman, P. & Dortu, M.G. LAUTREC by Lautrec. 274pp., (2)pp. Prof. illus. (128 color plates). Sm. sq. folio. Cloth. D.j

New York (Galahad), 1964. $75.00

Freitag 12561

205 Leclercq, Paul. Autour de TOULOUSE-LAUTREC. 45, (3)pp., 8 heliogravure plates. New cloth.

Paris (Floury), 1921. $75.00

Freitag 12570

206 Mack, Gerstle. TOULOUSE-LAUTREC. xv, (1), 371, (1), xxiv, (2)pp. 59 illus. hors texte (1 color). 2 folding charts. 4to. Cloth. Fourth printing.

New York (Alfred A. Knopf), 1952. $25.00

Freitag 12572; Lucas p. 197 (both citing 1938 edition)

207 Valtat, Jean. LOUIS VALTAT. Catalogue de l'oeuvre peint, 1869-1952. Tome I (all published to date). xxvi, (2), 331, (1)pp. 2908 catalogue illus., text figs. Lrg. sq. 4to. Cloth. D.j.

Neuchâtel (Éditions Ides et Calendes), 1977. $450.00

Freitag 12830

GENERAL WORKS

208 BAUDIN, PIERRE. Sur l'art contemporain. 191pp. Sm. 4to. Wraps. D.j.

Paris (Henri Floury), 1912. $85.00

209 BESSONOVA, MARINA (INTRODUCTION). Impressionist and Post-Impressionist Paintings in Soviet Museums. Notes by A. Barskaya, M. Bessonova, E. Georgievskaya, A. Kantor-Gukovskaya, V. Mkrtchan, K. Panas, A. Podoksik. 406pp. 294 color plates. Folio. Cloth. D.j.

New York/Oxford (Facts on File Publications), 1985. $125.00

210 CLARK, T.J. The Painting of Modern Life. Paris in the art of Manet and his followers. xv, (3), 338pp., 30 color plates. 118 illus. 4to. Boards, 1/4 cloth. D.j.

New York (Alfred A. Knopf), 1985. $60.00

Freitag 7541

211 CLAYSON, HOLLIS. Painted Love. Prostitution in French art of the Impressionist era. xix, (1), 202pp. 93 illus. 4to. Cloth. D.j.

New Haven/London (Yale University Press), 1991. $45.00

212 CLEVELAND. THE CLEVELAND MUSEUM OF ART. Japonisme: Japanese Influence on French Art, 1854-1910. July-Aug. 1975. [By] Gabriel P. Weisberg, Phillip Dennis Cate, Gerald Needham, Martin Eidelberg, Willliam R. Johnston. xii, 220pp. 308 illus. (partly color). 4to. Cloth.

Cleveland, 1975. $75.00

213 CLEVELAND. THE CLEVELAND MUSEUM OF ART. The Realist Tradition. French painting and drawing 1830-1900. Nov. 1980-Jan. 1981. [By] Gabriel P. Weisberg. xii. (1), 346pp. Prof. illus. (some color). Lrg. 4to. Cloth. D.j.

Cleveland, 1980. $75.00

214 COGNIAT, RAYMOND. The Century of the Impressionists. 206, (2) pp. 174 illus. (110 color). Lrg. 4to. Cloth. D.j.

New York (Crown), n. d. $35.00

215 COOPER, DOUGLAS. The Courtauld Collection. A catalogue and introduction. With a memoir of Samuel Courtauld by Anthony Blunt. xii, 205, (3)pp., 90 plates. Lrg. 4to. Cloth. D.j.

London (University of London; The Athlone Press), 1954. $85.00

216 DALE, MAUD (PREFACE). Before Manet to Modigliani, from the Chester Dale Collection. 16pp., 102 plates. Lrg. 4to. Boards, 1/4 cloth.

New York (Alfred A. Knopf), 1929. $30.00

217 DURET, THÉODORE. Histoire des peintres impressionistes. Pissarro, Claude Monet, Sisley, Renoir, Berthe Morisot, Cézanne, Guillaumin. Troisième édition. (2), 194, (2)pp., 38 plates, including 3 original etchings, by Renoir ("Baigneuse"), Morisot ("Jeune fille au chat") and Guillaumin ("En Hollande"). 4to. Orig. wraps. Backstrip chipped and cracked; some browning of the text, as always, but a crisp and fresh copy, the etchings in very fine condition.

Paris (H. Floury), 1922. $1,750.00

218 FÉNÉON, FÉLIX (EDITOR). L'art moderne et quelques aspects de l'art d'autrefois. Planches d'après la collection privée de MM. J. & G. Bernheim-Jeune. Poèmes de Henri de Régnier. Préface de Félix Fénéon. 2 vols. 93, 103, (6)pp., 173 gravure plates. Folio. Wraps. (covers detached). Edition limited to 600 numbered copies. Masterpieces, chiefly Impressionist, from the Bernheim-Jeune collection, accompanied by an astute selection of critical excerpts, and, for each artist, hommages in verse by de Régnier. Rare.

Paris (Bernheim-Jeune), 1919. $500.00

219 (FÉNÉON, FÉLIX) HALPERIN, JOAN UNGERSMA. Félix Fénéon. Aesthete & anarchist in fin-de-siècle Paris. Foreword by Germaine Brée. xv, (3), 425pp. Prof. illus. 4to. Boards, 1/4 cloth. D.j.

New Haven/London (Yale University Press), 1988. $125.00

220 FLINT, KATE (EDITOR). Impressionists in England: The Critical Reception. xvi, 390pp. Sm. 4to. Cloth. D.j.

London/Boston (Routledge & Kegan Paul), 1984. $40.00

221 HERBERT, ROBERT L. Impressionism. Art, leisure, and Parisian society. xix, (1), 324pp. 311 illus. (mostly in color). Lrg. 4to. Cloth.

New Haven/ London (Yale University Press), 1988. $75.00

222 HERBERT, ROBERT L. Neo-Impressionism. 251pp. 175 illus. Lrg. 4to. Wraps. Published in conjunction with the important exhibition at The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, Feb.-April 1968.

New York (The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum), 1968. $100.00

Arntzen/Rainwater M155

223 HOFMANN, WERNER. The Earthly Paradise. Art in the nineteenth century. 436pp. 234 plates (16 tipped-in color). Lrg. 4to. Cloth. D.j.

New York (George Braziller), 1961. $100.00

Arntzen/Rainwater I248

224 HUYGHE, RENÉ (INTRODUCTION). Impressionism. 319pp. 496 illus. (364 color). Lrg. 4to. Cloth. D.j.

Secaucus, N.J. (Chartwell Books), 1973. $45.00

225 HUYGHE, RENÉ & JACCOTTET, PHILIPPE. French Drawings of the 19th Century. xxxix, (3), 174pp. 136 plates. Lrg. 4to. Cloth. D.j.

New York (Vanguard Press), 1956. $45.00

226 IVES, COLTA. The Great Wave: The Influence of Japanese Woodcuts on French Prints. 112pp. 114 plates (24 color). Sq. 4to. Wraps.

New York (The Metropolitan Museum of Art), 1974. $50.00

227 (KÉLÉKIAN COLLECTION) ALEXANDRE, ARSÈNE (INTRODUCTION). Collection Kélékian. Tableaux de l'école française moderne. (2), 14, (74)pp., 72 photogravure plates. 5 tipped-in illus. Sm. folio. Portfolio (printed boards; ties). All contents loose, as issued. Important pictures by Bonnard, Cassatt, Cézanne, Corot, Courbet, Daumier, Degas, Delacroix, Gauguin, Goya, Ingres, Manet, Matisse, Millet, Monet, Morisot, Pissarro, Renoir, Rivière, Toulouse-Lautrec, van Gogh, Vuillard, Whistler and others. From the library of Paul J. Sachs, with his printed ex-libris.

Paris/New York/Cairo, 1920. $225.00

228 KÖLN. WALLRAF-RICHARTZ-MUSEUM. Landschaft im Licht. Impressionistische Malerei in Europa und Nordamerika, 1860-1910. Herausgegeben von Götz Czymmek. April-July 1990. 519pp. 210 color plates, numerous reference figs. Lrg. 4to. Wraps.

Köln, 1990. $40.00

229 LAUSANNE. FONDATION DE L'HERMITAGE. L'impressionisme dans les collections romandes. June-Oct. 1984. 199pp. 123 color plates, text figs. Lrg. 4to. Wraps.

Lausanne, 1984. $30.00

230 LEVIN, MIRIAM R. Republican Art and Ideology in Late Nineteenth-Century France. (Studies in the Fine Arts: Art Theory. 11.) xvi, 339pp. 46 plates. 4to. Cloth.

Ann Arbor (UMI Research Press), 1986. $100.00

231 LOS ANGELES. LOS ANGELES COUNTY MUSEUM OF ART. A Day in the Country. Impressionism and the French landscape. June-Sept. 1984. Texts by R. Brettell, S. Schaefer, S. Gache-Patin, F. Heilbrun. 375pp. 137 color plates, 91 figs. Lrg. sq. 4to. Cloth. D.j.

Los Angeles, 1984. $65.00

232 LOS ANGELES. LOS ANGELES COUNTY MUSEUM OF ART. The Romantics to Rodin. French nineteenth-century sculpture from North American collections. March-May 1980. Organized and edited by Peter Fusco and H.W. Janson. 368pp. 219 illus. Lrg. 4to. Wraps.

Los Angeles, 1980. $30.00

233 MAINARDI, PATRICIA. The End of the Salon. Art and the state in the early Third Republic. xii, 210pp. 51 illus. 4to. Cloth. D.j.

Cambridge (Cambridge University Press), 1993. $60.00

234 MARLAIS, MICHAEL. Conservative Echoes in Fin-de-Siècle Parisian Art Criticism. x, 245pp. 22 illus. hors texte. 4to. Cloth. D.j.

University Park (Pennsylvania State University Press), 1992. $35.00

235 MARSEILLE. HÔTEL DE LA RÉGION PROVENCE-ALPES-CÔTE D'AZUR. Peintres de la couleur en Provence, 1875-1920. Jan.-April 1995. 359pp. Prof. illus. Lrg. 4to. Wraps. Catalogue by 16 contributors.

Marseille, 1995. $50.00

236 MARSEILLE. MUSÉE CANTINI. L'Estaque. Naissance du paysage moderne 1870-1910. June-Sept. 1994. 243, (3)pp. Prof. illus. Lrg. 4to. Wraps.

Marseille, 1994. $50.00

237 (MARX COLLECTION) PARIS. GALERIE MANZI-JOYANT. Catalogue des tableaux, pastels, dessins, aquarelles...sculptures...faisant partie de la collection Roger Marx. Sale, May 11-12, 1914. Prefaces by Anatole France and Arsène Alexandre. 121pp., 39 heliotype plates. 4to. Cloth, 3/4 leather. Annotated with buyers and prices realized.

Paris, 1914. $125.00

238 MARX, ROGER. Études sur l'école française. (4), 86pp., 39 plates hors texte, including original etchings by J.-F. Millet ("Femme donnant à manger à son enfant,"), C.-F. Daubigny (Soleil couchant"), J.B.C. Corot ("Souvenir de Toscane"), F. Bracquemond (2 after Ingres and Delacroix), H. Guérard, et al. 1 original lithograph by T. Chassériau ("Apollon et Daphné"), and numerous other reproductive prints, heliogravures, etc. 4to. Original wraps. Glassine d.j. (slightly chipped). A number of the prints are in later states, having appeared intermediately in the "Gazette des Beaux-Arts." Presentation copy inscribed by Roger Marx on the half-title. A fine copy. Rare.

Paris (Gazette des Beaux-Arts), 1903. $3,200.00

239 MILNER, JOHN. The Studios of Paris. The capital of art in the late nineteenth century. 248pp. 298 illus. Lrg. 4to. Cloth. D.j.

New Haven/London (Yale University Press), 1988. $50.00

240 NEW YORK. THE METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART. Impressionism. A centenary exhibition. Dec. 1974-Feb. 1975. Preface by Jean Chatelain, Thomas Hoving; foreword by Hélène Adhémar, Anthony M. Clark; introduction by René Huyghe; catalogue by Anne Dayez, Michel Hoog, Charles S. Moffett. 219pp. Prof. illus. Sq. 4to. Wraps.

New York, 1974. $20.00

241 OXFORD. ASHMOLEAN MUSEUM. Impressionist Drawings from British Public and Private Collections. [By] Christopher Lloyd and Richard Thomson. March-April 1986. 96pp. 82 illus. 4to. Wraps.

London, 1986. $20.00

242 PARIS. GRAND PALAIS. Centenaire de l'Impressionisme. Sept.-Nov. 1974. Commissaires généraux: Hélène Adhémar, Anthony M. Clark. 277, (3)pp. Prof. illus. (numerous color plates). Sq. 4to. Wraps.

Paris (Éditions des Musées Nationaux), 1974. $30.00

243 PARIS. MUSÉE DU LOUVRE. Peintures. École française XIX siècle. Par Charles Sterling et Hélène Adhémar. 4 vols. Prof. illus. 4to. Cloth.

Paris, 1958-1961. $450.00

Arntzen/Rainwater M175

244 REIDEMEISTER, LEOPOLD. Auf den Spuren der Maler der Ile de France. Topographische Beiträge zur Geschichte der französischen Landschaftsmalerei von Corot bis zu den Fauves. Herausgegeben in Zusammenarbeit mit den Staatlichen Museen der Stiftung Preussischer Kulturbesitz. 190pp. Most prof. illus. 4to. Cloth. D.j.

Berlin (Propylaën), 1963. $45.00

245 REWALD, JOHN. Studies in Impressionism Edited by Irene Gordon and Frances Weitzenhoffer. 232pp. 112 illus. (8 color). 4to. Cloth. D.j.

New York (Harry N. Abrams), 1986. $37.50

246 ROCHESTER. UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER. ROCHESTER MEMORIAL ART GALLERY. Artists of La Revue Blanche. Bonnard, Toulouse-Lautrec, Vallotton, Vuillard. Essays by Bret Waller, Grace Seiberling. Jan.-April 1984. 100pp. 114 illus. 4to. Wraps.

Rochester, 1984. $27.50

247 SÉRULLAZ, MAURICE. Les peintres impressionistes. 185, (2)pp. 59 tipped-in color illus. 4 plates of reference illus. hors texte. Sq. 4to. Cloth.

Paris (Pierre Tisné), 1959. $20.00

248 SILVERMAN, DEBORA L. Art Nouveau in Fin-de-Siècle France. Politics, psychology, and style. (Studies on the History of Society and Culture.) xv, (1), 415pp. 15 color plates, 73 illus. 4to. Cloth. D.j.

Berkeley/Los Angeles (University of California Press), 1989. $40.00

249 SUTTER, JEAN (EDITOR). The Neo-Impressionists. With contributions by Robert L. Herbert, Isabelle Compin, Pierre Angrand, Lily Bazalgette, Alan Fern, Pierre Eberhart, Francine-Claire Legrand, Henri Thévenin, Marie-Jeanne Chartrain-Hebbelinck. 232pp. 281 illus. (34 tipped-in color). Lrg. 4to. Cloth. D.j.

Greenwich (New York Graphic Society), 1970. $125.00

Arntzen/Rainwater M164

250 WASHINGTON. NATIONAL GALLERY OF ART. The New Painting. Impressionism, 1874-1886. Directed and coordinated by Charles S. Moffett with the assistance of Ruth Berson and Barbara Lee Williams, Fronia E. Wissman. Jan.-April 1986. 507, (3)pp. 204 illus. (142 color). Lrg. 4to. Cloth. D.j.

Geneva (Richard Burton SA), 1986. $85.00

251 ZÜRICH. KUNSTHAUS. Die Nabis. Propheten der Moderne. Pierre Bonnard, Maurice Denis, Henri-Gabriel Ibels, Georges Lacombe, Aristide Maillol, Paul-Elie Ranson, József Rippl-Rónai, Kerr-Xavier Roussel, Paul Sérusier, Félix Vallotton, Jan Verkade, Edouard Vuillard. Herausgeben von Claire Frèches-Thory und Ursula Perucchi-Peri. May-Aug. 1993. 512pp. 284 plates, numerous reference illus. Lrg. 4to. Wraps.

München (Prestel), 1993. $75.00


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