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1 Eric Denker Joseph Goldyne: The Pull of the Eye, The Play of the Hand
Washington, DC; New York and Manchester Corcoran Gallery of Art; Hudson Hills Press 2004 0886750733 / 9780886750732 First Edition Hardcover New None Hardcover 
4to. xv, 304 pp. Text by Eric Denker, Thomas H. Garver, Robert Flynn Johnson, Andrew Stevens, Catalogue Raisonne of the edition prints by Thomas H. Garver, color and black-and-white illustrations throughout, list of illustrations, glossary of printmaking terms, biography, bibliography, list selected public collections, index; text clean, un-marked. Color pictorial wrappers; binding square and tight. A Fine copy of this beautifully illustrated monograph explores the drawings and paintings of San Francisco artist, Joseph Goldyne. His etchings and monotypes are poetic explorations of the natural world - floral works, still life's, and landscapes - that survey the quiet pleasures of everyday life. The tactile quality of Goldyne's work is evident in both the ink drawings and paintings of books and clothing, and the secrets that lie in those commonplace objects. This beautifully illustrated monograph explores the drawings and paintings of San Francisco artist, Joseph Goldyne. His etchings and monotypes are poetic explorations of the natural world - floral works, still life's, and landscapes - that survey the quiet pleasures of everyday life. The tactile quality of Goldyne's work is evident in both the ink drawings and paintings of books and clothing, and the secrets that lie in those commonplace objects. Your order receives my personal attention. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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Thomas McKnight's World: A Vision of Earthly Happiness., Thomas McKnight.
2 Thomas McKnight. Thomas McKnight's World: A Vision of Earthly Happiness.
New York: Abbeville Press, 1987 0896597814 / 9780896597815 First Edition Hardcover Collectible: Like New Hardcover Signed
SCARCE! LIMITED to 950 copies, this is number 681. This specially bound and signed edition of Thomas NcKnight's World is accompanied by the original serigraph suite, The Four Seasons. The individual pieces within the suite are titled Winter, Spring, Summer, and Fall. Each of The Four Seasons is 10 3/8 inches high and 11 1/2 inches wide, printed by Willco Fine Art, New York, on Coventry Rag Soft White Paper and signed and numbered by the artist. After the edition was completed, the screens were destroyed. Folio. 199 pp. Preface & Commentaries by Thomas McKnight, Introduction by Ronny Cohen, color illustrations throughout, index; text clean, unmarked. Blind-stamped purple cloth, gilt-stamped spine; binding square and tight, top edge spotted, else like new. Comes complete with the original matching clam-shell box; the cloth on the clam shell box is frayed, and the boards show through underneath. A Fine copy in a Good clam shell box. 
Price: 1000.00 USD
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