Wittenborn Art Books

Wittenborn Art Books

Joined June 12, 1998

5-star rating

1109 Geary Blvd.
San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.

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About the Bookseller

WITTENBORN ART BOOKS was founded in 1941 by George Wittenborn in New York City. The company was renowned as a publisher of important art books, notably The Documents of Modern Art, and as the preeminent art book store in America. In 1996, Wittenborn merged with Alan Wofsy Fine Arts of San Francisco. Wittenborn buys, sells and exchanges art reference books, deluxe editions, original prints & posters, autographs and ephemera. Wittenborn also publishes and distributes works with original graphics. Distributed art reference publications are diverse and include the Harvard bibliographies of illustrated books of the Renaissance in France and Italy; the corpus of European Stained Glass in America; and a wide range of catalogues raisonnés and other art reference works. Distributed graphics include a large selection of works by Leonard Baskin, Ben Shahn, Jack Levine and Frank Lloyd Wright among others.

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Terms of Sale

Credit Cards: Visa, Mastercard, Amex. Prepay. Returns with 20%

Information for European Union Requirements:

¿ name of your business and form of legal entity: Wittenborn Art Books, a California LLC
¿ your business address: 1109 Geary Blvd., San Francisco, Ca 94109
¿ email address and phone or fax number: order@art-books.com; 415-292-6500; 415-292-6594 fax

¿ registrations if applicable: San Francisco Business Account Number: 0357595
¿ name of an authorized representative of the company: Andy Redki...

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Shipping Terms

Shipping Costs: For books within the US: Ground UPS $8 for first volume, $4 for each additional volume. Heavy volumes cost more. Prints and posters $20.00 for 1-3. Most foreign shipments by airmail are $17.00 up to 1 pound or $60.00 up to 2.2 kilos by courier. For all other shipments, please inquire.

UPS shipments are insured for $100.00 automatically. Higher amounts available. If merchandise is damaged in transit, customer must save shipping container and file a claim with UPS or other carrier. Do not return merchandise without having first filed the claim and received a return authorization.