Covers have slight wear to the outer corners and slight smudging. ; Printed by D. B. Updike, The Merrymount Press, Boston. Limited to 400 copies. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: Gaston Lachaise Sixteen Reproductions In ...
Publisher: E. P. Dutton & Company
Publication Date: 1924
Book Condition: Very Good-
Edition: Limited Edition.
Book Description E. P. Dutton & Company, 1924. Hardcover. Condition: Good. No Jacket. Limited Edition. Pub by E.P. Dutton 1924, Hardback Edition limited to 400. Gaston Lachaise, Sixteen Reproductions in Collotype of The Sculptor's Work by A. E. Gallatin. Front cover has some soiling, top edge of book has soiling/ dust, some shelf wear to spin on top and bottom, wear to bottom edge of boards from shelf wear. Some slight foxing on inside pages. Owner's name on first page of the book. If you have any questions or need additional images, please feel free to contact me. Seller Inventory # abe 67
Book Description Dutton, New York, 1924. Hard Cover. Condition: vg. First printing. Brown boards with paper title and spine labels. Limited to 400 copies and printed by D.B.Updike at the Merry Mount Press, Boston. Seller Inventory # 34273
Book Description E. P. Dutton & Company, New York, 1924. Hardcover. Condition: VG. Blue cloth over boards; Gold lettering at spine; 52 pp.; 16 bw plates. A very nicely rebound copy; One of four hundred copies printed in this edition; Edited with an introduction by A. E. Gallatin. Seller Inventory # 138327
Book Description E. P. Dutton & Company, N. Y., 1924. 4to, original cloth-backed boards with printed labels, glassine dust jacket. A very fine unopened copy, in somewhat worn and chipped glassine, with the Thayer bookplate laid in. A very fine unopened copy, in somewhat worn and chipped glassine, with the Thayer bookplate laid in First edition. Limited to 400 copies printed by D. B. Updike at the Merrymount Press. A superb association copy, a presentation copy from Gaston Lachaise to his friend and patron, Scofield Thayer, inscribed on the front free endpaper: "To my friend Scofield Thayer Gaston Lachaise." Thayer was a prominent collector and patron of the arts, and his collection included numerous works by Lachaise, including the sculpture "Standing Woman (Elevation)", which was part of the Thayer bequest to the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Thayer was also one of the owners/editors of The Dial magazine, with which Lachaise was associated after Thayer and James Sibley Watson purchased the magazine. In 1920, in the first issue under the new editors, Lachaise's "Dusk" (1917) appeared as the frontispiece. Seller Inventory # 21355