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Rapture of the Deep the Art of Ray Troll
Troll, Ray; Matsen, Brad (Introduction by) ; Duncan, David James (Foreword by)
23.92 USD
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Friends of Promise; Cyril Connolly and the World of Horizon
Palliser, Charles
7.36 USD
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The "Lost" Treasures of Louis Comfort Tiffany, McKean, Hugh F.
The "Lost" Treasures of Louis Comfort Tiffany
McKean, Hugh F.
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Signed, Abiah Rose, Browning, Diane
1 Browning, Diane Signed, Abiah Rose
Abiah Rose has always wanted to paint pictures. Everyone told her it was not a good thing to do. Serious painting is "not girl's workd. " Best not show your paintings. Best not sign them either. But still Abiah continues to make her mark on each of her paintings: A small, hidden rose. A moving story of feminine strength and perseverance, Signed, Abiah Rose honors the everyday struggles of anonymous women artists whose only encouragement was their own inborn drive to create. Pictorial cover same as dust jacket.; 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall
Tricycle Pr
Berkeley, California, U. S. A., 2010, First Edition
Hardcover
As New in As New dust jacket

Illustrated by Browning, Diane; 
003897; 
Price: 14.72 USD
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The "Lost" Treasures of Louis Comfort Tiffany, McKean, Hugh F.
2 McKean, Hugh F. The "Lost" Treasures of Louis Comfort Tiffany
0385095856 / 9780385095853; There are special Tiffany pieces not well known - the "lost" works of Louis Tiffany himself, that are, in a real sense, the core of his astonishing achievement. They comprise his personal portfolio - objects made from his original designs for exhibition, private commissions for the studios, or for use in Tiffany's own homes. Many have vanished outright, accidentally or purposely destroyed in the years following Tiffany's death. Many have remained unidentified, and many are simply neglected today. This book re-evaluates his art in terms of his personal work - stained glass, mosaics, blown glass, pottery, jewelry, and enamels. Tiffany's efforts in interior design are covered, as are his easel paintings and his doomed but inspired dream to create a permanent residence retreat for working artists. Over 200 color plates and over 60 black & white photos present a vivid display of Tiffany's wide-ranging aesthetic. This is a rare portrait. Bound in black cloth, the page bottoms have a few gray spots. The jacket has been price-clipped, is shelf worn on the edges with chipped corners and spine ends. Also a triangular tear on the front at the fold, along with a 1" tear and a 1 1/4" tear on the back and wear along the folds. Includes extensive bibliography and index. Heavy, requires extra postage outside of the U. S.; 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall
Doubleday & Company, Inc.
Garden Ciy, NY, 1980, 
Hardcover
Very Good in Fair dust jacket

Illustrated by Rousseau, Will, Etc.; 
004004; 
Price: 16.56 USD
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3 Palliser, Charles Friends of Promise; Cyril Connolly and the World of Horizon
This book has never been read. The price is not clipped. The jacket is near fine. There is a mark on the front from a sticker, and the back has two places where the finish on the paper is wrinkled; also a few scuff marks. Includes an index. ; 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall
Harper & Row, Publishers
New York, 1989, First Edition
Hardcover
Fine in Near Fine dust jacket


B-19005; 
Price: 7.36 USD
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4 Troll, Ray; Matsen, Brad (Introduction by) ; Duncan, David James (Foreword by) Rapture of the Deep the Art of Ray Troll
NEW - For more than two decades, Ray Troll has been luring, hooking, and landing fans around the world with his zany, irreverent, often surreal art. Featured in museums, galleries, and books and on immensely popular T-shirts, his work - part natural history adventure and part underground comic - depicts all kinds of beautiful fish with scientific accuracy, as well as Northwest Coast totems, Freud and Darwin, fossils, resurrections of extinct animals and much more. This book collects some of Troll's best-known art along with many images never before published. The book makes powerful connections between biological diversity, the evolution of life on earth, and the careless habits of people. 136 pages including credits; commentary on each piece by the author. 10 1/4" square
University Of California Press
Berkeley, 2004, Second Edition
Cloth
New in New dust jacket

Illustrated by Troll, Ray; 
003498; 
Price: 23.92 USD
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