VICTORIA AND ALBERT MUSEUM.
KOKOSCHKA, PRINTS AND DRAWINGS.
. Binding: Paperback (KOKOSCHKA) VICTORIAN AND ALBERT MUSEUM. KOKOSCHKA, PRINTS AND DRAWINGS. London: 1971. 4to. Wrappers. Color frontispiece, 32 pages, 31 plates. First edition. An informative exhibition catalogue of a collection owned by Reinhold, Count Bethusy-Huc. Fine. KEYWORD(s): FA AR HB BI OT
PRINTS AND THEIR MAKERS.
. CARRINGTON, Fitzroy. PRINTS AND THEIR MAKERS. New York: Century, 1912. Large 8vo. Cloth. xvi, 268 pages, 200 plates. First edition. A contemporary presentation copy from the editor. Included are essays by Art Hind, Louis Metcalfe, Laurence Binyon, William Ivins, Jr., Martin Hardie, and others. Light cover wear, else very good. KEYWORD(s): FA AR HB PT
GESCHICHTE DES JAPANISCHEN FARBENHOLZSCHNITTS.
. SEIDLITZ, W.V. GESCHICHTE DES JAPANISCHEN FARBENHOLZSCHNITTS. Dresden: Verlag von Gerhard Kuhtmann, 1910. 4to. Cloth spine, boards. x, 224 pages, 116 plates, 16 in full color. Second edition. A standard reference on Japanese prints. KEYWORD(s): FA AR
(THE TUILERIES BROCHURES.).
THE TUILERIES BROCHURES. Random issues.
. Binding: Paperback (THE TUILERIES BROCHURES.) (New York): Ludowici-Celadon Company, 1929-1932. 4to. Wrappers. First editio Random issues of the Tuileries brochures on English and European architecture Very good. KEYWORD(s): AR
ARCHITECTURE OF EAST ANGLIA. Part I.
. Binding: Paperback GUNN, Edwin. ARCHITECTURE OF EAST ANGLIA. Part I. (New York): Ludowici-Celadon Company, 1929. 4to. Wrappers. 19-32 pages. Firs edition. One of the Tuileries brochures. Illustrated. KEYWORD(s): AR
A NEW BOOKE OF DRAWINGS INVENTED AND DESINED BY JOHN TIJOU.
. TIJOU, John. A NEW BOOKE OF DRAWINGS INVENTED AND DESIGNED BY JOHN TIJOU. (London: Louis Fondrin, 1723). Folio. Later calf. 20 double-page engraved plates. Second English edition. [Berlin Catalogue, 1323; Harris, 879]. First printed in 1689, this is the first English book on ironwork and one of earliest trade catalogues in England. It features Tijou's iron work at Hampt Court, with plates from the first edition. Christopher Wren and William and Mary were Tijou's patrons. He created iron-work for Hampton Court, Chatswort Trinity College, and other large projects Nine pages have been professionall remargined in the very best manner. Very slight wear to the extremities of t spine and tips of the binding. Overall an exceptionally nice copy of a rare book. Only four copies of the first edition are cited by the NUC; none of th second. KEYWORD(s): AR EN AM VI AR AR IR
SMITH, Frances Rand.
THE ARCHITECTURAL HISTORY OF MISSION SAN CARLOS BORROMEO, CALIFORNIA
. SMITH, Frances Rand. THE ARCHITECTURAL HISTORY OF MISSION SAN CARLOS BORROME CALIFORNIA. Berkeley: California Historical Survey Commission, 1921. 4to. Cloth. (iv), 8 pages, folding map, and 45 illustrations and plans in the text. A serious architectural study with an index, illustrations, and a bibliograph Minor spotting on cover. KEYWORD(s): AM WE AM RE AR AM AR CH
SERT, Jose Luis.
CAN OUR CITIES SURVIVE? AN ABC OF URBAN PROBLEMS, THEIR ANALYSIS, THEI
. SERT, Jose Luis. CAN OUR CITIES SURVIVE? AN ABC OF URBAN PROBLEMS, THEIR ANALYSIS, THEIR SOLUTIONS. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1944. Oblong 4to. Cloth. xii, 259 pages Second printing. Answers to a question by the Congres Internationaux d'Architecture Moderne: h best to rebuild Europe after World War II, the book became a seminal work on urban planning. KEYWORD(s): AR CP
FOSTER, William D.
COTTAGES, MANORS AND OTHER MINOR BUILDINGS OF NORMANDY AND BRITTANY
. FOSTER, William D. COTTAGES, MANOIRS AND OTHER MINOR BUILDINGS OF NORMANDY A BRITTANY. New York: Architectural Book Publishing, 1926. 4to. Cloth. Frontispiece, xvi pages, 84 plates, printed on recto only. First edition. With sketches by Louis C. Rosenberg and photographs by Foster. Light wear to tips. KEYWORD(s): AR EN AR VE AR
THE CARPENTER'S NEW GUIDE; A COMPLETE BOOK OF LINES FOR
. NICHOLSON, Peter. THE CARPENTER'S NEW GUIDE. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott, 1860. 4to. Later quarter-morocco. Frontispiec 107 pages, 80 numbered plates. Sixteenth edition. [Hitchcock, 839]. First published in 1792, this was Nicholson's first book. It was a standard text for over eighty years. Samuel Sloan redrew the plates for this edition. The frontispiece of an Italian villa was added here. There are also several plates on building staircases by William Johnston. Sporadic light foxing, el a nice copy. KEYWORD(s): AR EN AR AM AR CA