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New York. FAR Gallery. With a brief text by James Dickey

Published by Oxmoor House 1976 (1976)

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From: Joel Rudikoff Art Books (White Plains, NY, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: Oxmoor House 1976, 1976. First Obl. 4to, stiff wrappers. [120] pp, 52 b/w plates + 2 portraits after works by the artist. Quotations from biblical texts accompany the illustrations. 084870469X Very good except for a 3" band of discoloration and moderate wear to the spine edge. Seller Inventory # 24603

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Kipness, Robert, 1931- ) Far Gallery.

Published by Far Gallery, [1970]., New York (1970)

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From: R.W. Smith Bookseller (New Haven, CT, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: Far Gallery, [1970]., New York, 1970. Stapled Wraps. Condition: Fine. Exhibition catalogue. [8] p. 4 ill. Checklist of 37 works exhibited. Biographical notes; exhibitions; publications. Seller Inventory # 019990

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New York. FAR Gallery.

Published by FAR Gallery

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From: A Squared Books (Don Dewhirst) (South Lyon, MI, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: FAR Gallery. PAPERBACK. Condition: Very Good. B000V5MBLU New York, 1962; 7 booklets reprinted from the original edition of The Print-Collector's Quarterly; Edition is limited to 2000 sets; paper covers with mild wear; slip case slightly scuffed with mild edge wear; 12mo, 6 3/4" - 7 3/4" Tall; Interior clean and unmarked; individually paginated. Seller Inventory # SKU1128068

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Far Gallery; Bullard; Symons; Caffin; Wickenden; Weitenkampf; Seaver; Thackeray; Moore

Published by The Far Gallery, New York (1962)

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About this Item: The Far Gallery, New York, 1962. Wraps. Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. Limited to 2000 copies. Each booklet illustrated. On Piranesi, Daumier, Cassatt, Corot, Goya, Toulouse-Lautrec. Ex-lib in slipcase, with minimal external marks. Stapled wraps worn at staples on the 2 thicker volumes. Seller Inventory # 5447

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About this Item: 1962. Boxed, Print Collector's Quarterly Excerpts. Seller Inventory # 000916

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New York. FAR Gallery.

Published by FAR Gallery 1962 (1962)

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About this Item: FAR Gallery 1962, 1962. First thus Reprints of essays originally published in "The Print Collector's Quarterly," 1911-1922. Included are "The Dry-Points of Mary Cassatt" by Frank Weitenkampf; "Daumier's Lithographs" by Henry L. Seaver and William Makepeace Thackeray; "Francisco Goya y Lucientes" by Charles H. Caffin; "Notes on Toulouse-Lautrec and His Lithographs" by Arthur Symons; "The Awakening of the Young Print Collector to a Sense of Beauty" by Francis Bullard; "Giovanni Battista Piranesi" by Benjamin Burges Moore; and "Le Pere Corot" by Robert J. Wickenden. Bound in seven 8vo stapled wrapper booklets, slipcased, and with a 3 pp introductory note, in an edition of 2,000 sets. Pages vary from 16 to 64, with a total of 76 b/w illustrations. Very good in slipcase; seven booklets. Seller Inventory # 17211

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Far Gallery

Published by FAR Gallery, NY (1969)

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About this Item: FAR Gallery, NY, 1969. Paperback. Condition: Very Good. Paperback. B&W illustrations. Exhibition catalogue for FAR Gallery's 35th Anniversary; Oblong 8vo 8" to 9" tall; 8 pages. Seller Inventory # 42085

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Far Gallery

Published by Far Gallery, New York (1962)

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About this Item: Far Gallery, New York, 1962. Softcover. Limited Edition. Very Good with no dust jacket; Edgewear. ; Limited to 2000 copies. Seven booklets including, The Dry Points of Mary Cassat by Frank Weitenkampf, The Awakening of the Young Print Collector to a Sense of Beauty by Francis Bullard, Notes on Toulouse-Lautrec and His Lithographs by Arthur Symons, Le Pere Corot by Robert Wickenden, Francisco Goya Y Lucientes by Charles Caffin, Daumier's Lithographs by Henry Seaver and William Makepeace Thackeray and Giovanni Battista Piranesi by Benjamin Burges Moore in slipcase. ; B&W Illustrations. Seller Inventory # 50133

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NY: FAR Gallery, Apr. 2 to May 15, 1979

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From: Mullen Books, ABAA (Marietta, PA, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: 1979. Softbound. Condition: VG. White wraps. 46 pp. 22 color, 31 bw plates. Introduction by Paul Chew. A realist painter with a hint of Surrealism and trompe l-oeil. Seller Inventory # 6486

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BALLOONING]: A LOT OF 4 BRIGHT HAND-COLORED: FAR Gallery)

About this Item: New York: FAR Gallery, 1949., 1949. Condition: Fine. New York: FAR Gallery, 1949. 1949. Fine. - sc 4 fine bright hand-colored lithographs depicting events in the history and birth of flight. Each of these beautiful prints is lithographed on 8 inch high by 5-1/2 inch wide cardstock. There is a little minor smudging at the bottom of the lithograph depicting "The Vauxhall Balloon", else the prints are in fine condition. The images respectively depict:The "Descent near Philadelphia, Phil., 1850" of a single pink balloon topped with a red & yellow floral accent and horizontal red stripe. A yellow and blue flag and the American flag fly from either side of the yellow gondola wich carries a single person."The Vauxhall Balloon, Phil., 1850" depicts a single red & yellow striped balloon. Two flags fly from the sides of the purple ribboned gondola carrying 6 people.The "Descent Near Easton, Pennsylvania" depicts a shredded dark & light blue balloon. The basket gondola, carries a single man who holds out his top hat. American flags fly from both sides of the gondola."Mr. Cocking's Parachute, Phil., 1850" depicts the Nasau balloon with Cocking's parachute attached at the bottom. A watercolorist and amateur scientist, Robert Cocking designed his parachute based on that of Garnerin's. The blue & yellow striped balloon, which ascended from London's Vauxhall Gardens in 1837, carries 2 passengers in its gondola. The yellow, red and blue inverted cone parachute, attached under the balloon's gondola, carried Cocking aloft in its own basket gondola. Cocking's experiment ended in tragedy. Releasing his parachute at a height of 5,000 feet, it failed due to a mechanical error and Cocking plummeted to his death.A rare group of prints, examples of which are housed at the National Air and Space Museum. Seller Inventory # 29031

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