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The Utter Zoo : an Alphabet

By: Gorey, Edward

Price: $174.25

Publisher: New York, NY, Meredith Press: 1967

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 027609

Condition: Near Fine


unpaginated, light green boards w/black letter on spine & black & wht illustrations on front & back, dj light green w/black lettering on spine w/black-wht illustrations on front & back panel. Toledano #26a stated first edition on copyright page. An improbable menagerie for Sunday's child. Alphabet from Ampoo to Zote. slight soiling to dj, dj in mylar protector. View more info

Donald Has a Difficulty

By: Gorey, Edward & Neumeyer, Peter F.

Price: $31.88

Publisher: New York, NY, Harcourt Brace & Company: 1997

Edition: First Thus

Seller ID: 038890

ISBN: 0884961753

Condition: Very Good+


unpaginated, black-and-white SC wraps w/black lettering w/illustrated front & back. Donald gets a splinter in the calf of his leg. When his mother removes the splinter with needle & tweezers, he has his mind on other things and so it does not cause him pain. But when she puts alcohol on the wound, he feels pain. Toledano #33b View more info

Gorey Games

By: Gorey, Edward St. John

Price: $29.75

Publisher: San Francisco, CA, Troubador Press: 1979

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 049194

ISBN: 0898440009

Condition: Very Good


64 pp, SC wraps w/red-grey-brown-white-black illustrated front & rear panels. The games were designed by Larry Evans. The puzzlebook contains a collection of hidden picutre puzzles, codes, and mazes featuring macabre characters. View more info

OVER 50 YEARS OF AMERICAN COMIC BOOKS

By: Goulart, Ron

Price: $23.38

Publisher: Lincolnwood, IL, Publications International, LTD.: 1990

Seller ID: 033217

ISBN: 0881763969

Condition: Very Good


317 pp, (3) index, dark blu leatherette boards w/gilt lettering, dj full color pictorial front panel w/brown spine & back panel. w/black lettering, grey-black pictorial endpapers of covers of various comics. The full story of America's liveliest art form, featuring hundreds of full-color illustrations. Has info on the earliest comic books, superheros, "funny animal" comics, romance, western, jungle & teen comics, horror & crime comics of the 1950s, the sophistication in the 1970s, '80s, and '90s. tear on dj back panel. View more info

The Artists of Terezin

By: Green, Gerald

Price: $16.96

Publisher: New York, NY, Hawthorn Books, Inc.: 1969

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 011336

Condition: Very Good+


191 pp, wht-blk cloth covered boards, wht-brn dj w/color pictorial front and photo of the author on the back panel. The author writes of Terezin, or Theresienstadt, a Nazi concentration camp in Czechoslovakia. The artists turned to art, poetry & philosophy to reasssert their humanity & to fight back with their only weapon, the undying, creative human spirit. The author has written a brilliant & moving account of these artists & their experiences. Whether horrifying or hopeful, the paintings, drawings & sketches portray life in the camp, memories of lifes left behind & hopes for the future. dj... View more info

An Exhibition of Drawings and Watercolors By John Groth

By: Groth, John

Price: $14.03

Publisher: Austin, TX, University of Texas at Austin: 1970

Seller ID: 051530

Condition: Near Fine


unpaginated, light brown papers w/dark brown illustrations. An exhibiiton of drawings and watercolors by John Groth that were presented by Humanities Research Center at the University of Texas at Austin, from April 7 through June 30, 1970. View more info

Gurney's Guide to Feathered Friends

By: Gurney, Nancy, Illustrated by Gurney, Eric

Price: $10.16

Publisher: New York, NY, William Morrow & Company, Inc.: 1968

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 028457

Condition: Very Good


unpaginated, light yellowish green cloth covered boards w/black lettering, dj glossy wht w/red-blk lettering w/color illustrated front panel and a blk & wht illustrated back panel. Author based his hilarious sketches of birds on his own experience. dj 2" tear on front bottom edge & several small tears on back panel, 3/4" chip missing top edge of dj. View more info

The Western Paintings of Fred "Red" Harris

By: Harris, Fred "Red" w/foreword by TX Lt Govenor Ben Barnes and intro by Ron Calhoun

Price: $31.88

Publisher: Dallas, TX, Taylor Publishing Company: 1971

Seller ID: 030955

Condition: Near Fine


96 pp, tan burlap covered boards w/dark brown lettering, Inscribed & SIGNED by the author. The book contains 43 Paintings by Judge Harris. He served in Texas State Senate and served as a County Judge. View more info

Decorating Texas: Decorative Painting in the Lone Star State from the 1850s to the 1950s

By: Harwood, Buie

Price: $29.71

Publisher: Fort Worth, TX, Texas Christian University Press: 1993

Seller ID: 050766

ISBN: 0875651135

Condition: Very Good+


xii, [2], 117 pp, pink clothcovered boards w/gilt lettering on the spine, grey-blu dj w/color wraparound pictorial of Texas art. The author found that stenchilling, infill, landscapes and freehand murals exist in some 350 structures, homes, churches, commercial buildings and government offices. The appendices contains an inventory of all the structures investigated, an inventory of artists, a glossary of terms and an extensive bibliography. front flap on dj creased, prev owner wrote on the ffep as a gift. View more info

The Georgia O'Keeffe Museum

By: Hassrick, Peter H. w/intro by Stevens, Mark & essays by Messinger, Lisa & Novak, Barbara & Rose, Barbara

Price: $23.38

Publisher: New York, NY, Harry N. Abrams, Inc., Publishers: 1997

Seller ID: 037071

ISBN: 0810936852

Condition: Very Good+


144 pp, blue cloth covered boards w/blindstamped title on the front cover w/gilt lettering, dj glossy wht-blu-green color pictorial front & photo on the back. A collection of eighty-six works from every period of her life. She was one of the leaders of the American modernism movement. She painted abstract forms in vibrant, clear colors. View more info

The Art of Tom Lovell: An Invitation to History

By: Hedgpeth, Don & Reed, Walt

Price: $62.01

Publisher: New York, NY, William Morrow & Company, Inc.: 1993

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 036036

ISBN: 0688126456

Condition: Near Fine


160 pp, blu cloth covered boards w/gilt lettering, glossy blu dj w/color illustrated front & rear panels w/gilt lettering. The book is an overview of the artist's work, presenting paintings that relate human experience and our Western heritage. View more info

The Art of Tom Lea: A Memorial Edition

By: Hjerter, Kathleen G. w/intro by Johnson, William Weber and afterword by Reese, Becky Duval

Price: $63.75

Publisher: College Station, TX, Texas A & M University Press: 2003

Edition: Memorial Edition

Seller ID: 038428

ISBN: 1585442828

Condition: Near Fine


xv, 260 pp, quarterbound w/dark brown leather spine w/gilt lettering w/brown cloth covered boards w/dark brown lettering, glossy green dj w/color illustrated front cover w/wht-black lettering. This volume presents the full range of Tom Lea's works. He portrayed the Mexican bullfighter, the Australian ranches, the Texas cattle of the King ranch, Indians, pioneers, ranch hands, weaponry and emotion of the second world war. View more info

A Writer's Eye : An Exhibition of Field Study Drawings

By: Horgan, Paul

Price: $20.83

Publisher: Meriden Gravure Company: 1983

Inscription: Signed by Author(s)

Seller ID: 036122

Condition: Near Fine


12 pp, 5 full page color illustrations, grey-blu color illustrated front cover, SIGNED by author on the foreword page. The exhibition demonstrated the artistic process in the service of literary and historical research. The drawings in the pamphlet are from Great River, Conquistadors in North American History and Lamy of Santa Fe. The last page contains biographical information about Paul Horgan. The exhibit was in Fort Worth, Santa Fe, Roswell, and at the Yale University Beinecke Library. The pamphlet lists 49 drawings that were on display. View more info

Publisher's List : Figures from the House of Adam & Blaine

By: Horgan, Paul w/preface by Farmer, David

Price: $21.21

Publisher: Dallas, TX, De Golyer Library : Southwestern Studies - Southern Methodist University: 1994

Edition: Limited

Seller ID: 051162

Condition: Near Fine


unpaginated, interlocking brown-grey diamond pattern on the papercovered boards w/red colophons of Adam & Blaine inside the diamonds, blue cloth covered spine. Paul Horgan produced these drawings of such types of creatures that might appear in the pre-Raphaelite waiting room at Harpers in 49th Street, View more info

Memories of Rose O'Neill "creator of the Kewpie Doll"

By: Horine, Maude M.

Price: $72.25

Publisher: Maude M. Horine: 1954

Edition: Revised

Inscription: Signed by Author(s)

Seller ID: 028103

Condition: Very Good-


32 pp, light tan-green SC wraps w/pictorial front w/brown-green lettering, SIGNED by the author on the back of the cover page. Biography of Rose O'Neill, telling of her early years and homes. Her father had a publishing & book selling corner. William O'Neill and his wife moved to Nebraska from Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. After Rose left for New York, her father & family moved to the Ozark mountains of Missouri. This is where the Bonnie Brook house was built. The author tells of the novels that Rose O'Neill wrote along with the beginnings of the Kewpie dolls. View more info

Bluebirds Seven

By: Horsfall, Carra E.

Price: $14.66

Publisher: Portland, OR, Audubon Society of Portland, Oregon, 1978: 1978

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 019261

ISBN: 0931686032

Condition: Very Good


67 pp, blue cloth boards w/black letters & illustration in black on front cover. A series of 33 water colors depicting Western Bluebirds, with text by artist's wife, were painted in 1917. some foxing to endpapers & dj, dj missing rear inside flap, dj two chips w/two 1" tears, dj in brodart protector. View more info

Ten Years with the Cowboy Artists of America: A Complete History and Exhibition Record

By: Howard, James K.

Price: $34.00

Publisher: Flagstaff, AZ, Northland Press: 1976

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 035092

ISBN: 0873581504

Condition: Near Fine


x, 213 pp, blu cloth covered boards w/silver lettering, dj light brown w/brown-wht-green color illustrated front panel. During the first ten years of the organization Cowboy Artists of America, they had forty of the coutnry's best contemporary western artists as members. Some of the artists listed w/photos & brief biographies are: George Phippen, Charlie Dye, Joe Beeler, Fred Harman, Tom Ryan, William Moyers, Frank Polk, Robert Scriver, John Clymer, Nick Eggenhofer, fritz White, Tom Lovell, Bill Owen and many others. dj price-clipped, dj rubbed on back panel. View more info

Arthur Rackham - His Life and Work

By: Hudson, Derek

Price: $140.25

Publisher: New York, NY, Charles Scribner's Sons: 1960

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 040778

Condition: Very Good


181 pp, purple cloth covered boards w/black title block on the spine w/gilt lettering, black iillustration on the bottom front corner, white-aqua illustrated endpapers, glossy white dj w/color illustrated front panel and w/black-and-white photo of the author on the rear panel. The author presents Arthur Rackham to the reader and comments on his technique and achievements, illustrated his point with reproductions of Rackham's own drawings and plates. The book also contains a checklist of the works of Rackham. the dj chipped and discolored along the top edge, dj chipped along the bottom edg... View more info

The Complete Book of Indian crafts and Lore #13572

By: Hunt, W. Ben

Price: $34.00

Publisher: New York, NY, Golden Press: 1972

Edition: 24th Printing

Seller ID: 040180

Condition: Very Good


104 pp, brown papercovered boards w/color wraparound illustration. The book provides text and hand-drawn diagrams that show how to maker various items. Some of the projects are: the war bonnet, roach headdress, breechclouts, aprons, war shirts, vests, parfleche, bear claw necklace, bone breastplates, bags and pouches, and other items. It also has page on how to say Indian names. It has information on Indiar lore, who they were, about Indian tribes, various dances, drums and other information. slight wear to the corners. View more info

Kabuki : Danjuro's Lucky Eighteen

By: Intro by Toshio, Kawatake and translation by Kay, Helen V.

Price: $33.58

Publisher: San Francisco, CA, Chronicle Books: 1985

Edition: First American Edition

Seller ID: 051150

Condition: Very Good


119 pp, glossy white SC wraps w/color pictorial front panel and color illustrations on the rear cover. The book contains more than 500 illustrations that recreate pictorially the famous Danjuro Eighteen Kabuki Dramas in this portfolio , a treasury of Japanese art, history, color and design. It is a behind-the scenes look at Kabuki, to see the step-by-step transformation of mere mortals into warriors, courtesans, and kings through the stylized make-up and costumes. View more info