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Sarah Phillips; Michaela Morgan

Published by Oxford University Press (2007)

ISBN 10: 0194440451 ISBN 13: 9780194440455

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Sarah Phillips; Michaela Morgan; Mary Slattery

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Jodie, Phillips, Bob

Published by Harp Enterprises (1996)

ISBN 10: 0965547302 ISBN 13: 9780965547307

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About this Item: Harp Enterprises, 1996. Paperback. Condition: Good. Satisfaction 100% guaranteed. Seller Inventory # mon0001534267

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Phillips, Carly

Published by Brilliance Audio 2012-01-31 (2012)

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About this Item: Brilliance Audio 2012-01-31, 2012. MP3 CD. Condition: New. MP3 Una. 1455855979 New condition. Ships immediately. Seller Inventory # Z1455855979ZN

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Gastil, R. Gordon; Phillips, Richard P.; Allison, Edwin C.

Published by Geological Society of America (1975)

ISBN 10: 0813711401 ISBN 13: 9780813711409

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About this Item: Geological Society of America, 1975. Soft Cover. Condition: Very Good. 0813711401 Very Good; 15% OFF BOOK PRICE WHEN ORDERED!; No book! Includes 6 maps and 1 microfiche!; Soft Cover; Geological Society of America; 1975; 0. Seller Inventory # 84757

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FEYNMAN, Richard Phillips.

Published by W. W. Norton & Company, New York (1985)

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About this Item: W. W. Norton & Company, New York, 1985. First edition, first printing, and a fine copy in a bright dust jacket, signed by Feynman and from the library of a second Nobel Prize winner, Edwin P. McMillan. Signed copies of this first printing are rare: Feynman was notorious for refusing to sign copies of his book, reportedly telling his editor ?I?m not going to go on TV and I?m not going to sign any books!? (interview with Lawrence Grobel, 28 February, 1986); and although the book eventually sold more than 500,000 copies, its success was unexpected and the initial print run was a lowly 3000 copies (Grobel, Los Angeles Times review, 20 April 1986). Widely regarded as the most brilliant, influential, and iconoclastic figure in theoretical physics in the post-World War II era, Feynman shared the Nobel Prize in Physics 1965 with Sin-Itiro Tomonaga and Julian Schwinger ?for their fundamental work in quantum electrodynamics, with deep-ploughing consequences for the physics of elementary particles.? Edited from taped conversations Feynman had with his close friend and drumming partner Ralph Leighton, Surely You're Joking Mr. Feynman! is a collection of humorous and poignant reminiscences in which Feynman describes his childhood and developing interest in science, his college education and work on the Manhattan Project, and his career at Cornell and Caltech. Among the memorable episodes are Feynman?s description of an anatomical chart as a ?map of the cat?, his safe cracking escapades at Los Alamos, and his exasperated reaction to winning the Nobel Prize. The section ?Monster Minds? describes his slightly nervous presentation of his graduate work on the Wheeler?Feynman absorber theory in front of Albert Einstein, Wolfgang Pauli, John von Neumann and other major figures of the time. The New York Times review of this volume (January 27, 1985) described Feynman as ?a storyteller in the tradition of Mark Twain? who ?proves once again that it is possible to laugh out loud and scratch your head at the same.? Its title derives from an incident at a Dean?s tea at Princeton University: when asked if he wanted cream or lemon in his tea, Feynman absentmindedly requested both. Only one copy of the first printing signed by Feynman has appeared at auction (Sotheby?s, New York, 12 December 2017, lot 51, $43,750).Provenance: Boldly signed ?Richard Feynman? (1918-88) on front free end-paper; Edwin M. McMillan (1907-91), winner of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1951 for the first artificially-created transuranic element, with his name and address in pencil at head of front free end-paper. Feynman and McMillan will have known each other at least since 1942, from when both were working at Los Alamos on the Manhattan Project.?For several years [Feynman] had played drums regularly with a young friend, Ralph Leighton (b. 1949), the son of another Caltech physicist. Leighton had begun taping their sessions, and then he began taping the stories Feynman would tell. He urged him on, calling him Chief and begging to hear the same stories again and again. Feynman told them: how he became known in Far Rockaway as the boy who fixed radios by thinking; how he asked a Princeton librarian for the map of the cat; how his father taught him to see through the tricks of circus mind readers; how he outwitted painters, mathematicians, philosophers, and psychiatrists. Or he would just ramble while Leighton listened ? Gradually a manuscript began to take shape. Leighton transcribed the tapes and presented them to Feynman for editing. Feynman had strong views about the structure of each story; Leighton realized that Feynman had developed a routine of improvisational performance in which he knew the order and pacing of every laugh. They consciously worked on the key themes ??They knew they had a remarkable central figure, a scientist who prided himself not on his achievements in science ? these remained deep in the background ? but on his ability to see through fraud and pretense and to master everyday life. He underscored. Seller Inventory # 4459

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Phillips, Jenny

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About this Item: 0. No Binding. Condition: Please contact seller. Jenny Phillips, born in Victoria, Australia in 1949, is an eminent contemporary artist widely known for her botanical illustrations. Inspired by the European Old Masters, whom she studied in extensive museum libraries in England, France, and Italy, and by her personal love of gardening, Jenny Phillips has concentrated on botanical subjects for her drawings and watercolors since 1971. Size: 16 3/4 x 22 1/2 inches. Painting. Seller Inventory # 100442r

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Phillips, Tom

Published by Talfourd Press (1993)

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About this Item: Talfourd Press, 1993. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Condition: As New. Phillips, Tom (illustrator). 1st Edition. A WHOLLY UNIQUE, ONE-OF-A-KIND BOOK. FANTASTIC CLAM-SHELL BOX AND ASTOUNDING BINDING BY THE GREAT Pella Erskine-Tulloch. THIS IS THE ORIGINAL MANUSCRIPT, MUSICAL NOTATION, AND NOTES TO THE PERFORMER CREATED BY AUTHOR / ARTIST TOM PHILLIPS FOR BRITISH SINGER MARY WIEGOLD'S PERFORMANCE OF SONGS FROM PHILLIPS' OPERA: IRMA. . FANTASTIC HAND-PAINTED COLLAGE WORK. INCLUDES A SIGNED REPRODUCTION OF the "SIX OF HEARTS" PHILLIPS CREATED FOR ANDREW JONES' "DECK OF CARDS" PROJECT" AND A SPECIAL SIGNED & INSCRIBED COPY OF THE LARGO CD : SIX OF HEARTS, WHEREIN THE SONGS ARE PERFORMED BY MARY WIEGOLD. =====THIS AMAZING VOLUME WAS EXHIBITED AT THE BRITISH MUSEUM AT YALE UNIVERSITY AND IS CONSIDERED ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT WORKS CREATED BY PHILLIPS TO DATE. TOM PHILLIPS, R.A. IS THE MOST IMPORTANT ARTIST IN THE FIELD OF VISUAL AND CONCRETE POETRY IN THE WORLD. THIS IS TRULY A MUSEUM QUALITY TREASURE. Signed by Illustrator(s). Seller Inventory # ba

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Bert G. Phillips (1868-1956)

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About this Item: No Binding. Condition: Very Good. Bert G. Phillips (1868-1956) Aspen Forest Scene Oil on board Board size: 12 7/8” x 8 3/8” Frame size: 17 7/8” x 13 1/2” Signed l.r.: PHillips Inscribed verso: Bert G. Phillips/ Painted/ Mon. May 23 1955/ Taos, New Mexico/ “Aspen Forest Scene” 1955 The clear light of Taos is beautifully illustrated in this painting as the acidic yellow of the Aspen tree leaves is spectacularly set against the vibrant blue and white of the sky, mountainside and clouds. The thick impasto of the paint creates texture within the bold blocks of color and the peaceful atmosphere of the painting reveals the influence of nature upon the artist. Bert Geer Phillips became an accidental resident of Taos, New Mexico in 1898 after his journey to Mexico was aborted due to a broken wagon wheel. Together with his travelling companion, the artist Ernest Blumenschein, he became a founding member of Taos art colony. Of the individuals who formed the Taos Society of Artists, Phillips was the one most deeply involved with the town and pueblo, and never lost his romantic view of Taos. According to Blumenschein, “Phillips is the foundation on which the Taos group built!” (El Palacio, May 1926) By the time Phillips discovered Taos he was thirty years old, and a well-trained artist. At the age of sixteen he left his home in Hudson, New York for five years of study at the Art Students League and the National Academy of Design. Afterwards he spent several years in New York painting and producing commercial illustrations. In 1894 he painted in England then moved on to Paris where he later met Blumenschein and Joseph Sharp, who first informed him of the unique light and abundant subject matter in Taos. In the summer of 1915, Phillips along with Blumenschein, E. Irving Couse, Sharp, Oscar E. Berninghaus, and W. Herbert Dunton joined to form the now famous Taos Society of Artists. At the time, Taos had no commercial galleries, nor many tourists, and it was felt that traveling group exhibitions would attract attention and sales in other parts of the country. The TSA was an instant success. The shows traveled to all the major art cities in America and received enormous publicity throughout the country. Bert Phillips remained in Taos until shortly before his death in 1956. He devoted much of his life to an art based on the visual appeal of the local environment and the relationship of man to nature. As the artist himself proclaimed, “Nothing could be more natural than that a distinctive American art idea should develop on a soil so richly imbued with romance, history and scenic beauty as is to be found in the far famed beautiful Taos Valley and the poetic Indian Village of the Taos Pueblos.”. Seller Inventory # H00206c

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About this Item: 1874. (1834-1902, Medical Scientist and Physician, for fifty years at St Thomas's Hospital, London), to Ord's second wife Jane, (née Youl), the Ords's daughter Christine and dog Tartar, with one or two by Caroline (Huskisson), known as Mrs Phillips, also humorous drawings and a title leaf for "Jane Ord's Album", the letters are full of energy, puns and literary allusions, nearly all with one or more extremely skilful and witty pen-drawings. Besides Phillips's own troubles, for Ord's care of which he is extremely grateful, Phillips refers to invitations to the Ords's home in Streatham, imagines their holidays in Northumberland and Swanage, adding his reminiscences of both districts, and talks of the pressure of keeping up his writing (see No. 38, showing him chained to an inkpot like Prometheus to his rock), with much more. With a Checklist. Together 58 items on 99 sides (including 4½ sides by Mrs Caroline Phillips), mostly 8vo, 45 Redcliffe Road (off the Fulham Road), West Brompton, London, 16th January - 31st December 1873 and circa February - April Watts Phillips began as an actor. He was then apprenticed to George Cruikshank (1792-1878), his lifelong friend, and who here comes to breakfast (see Nos. 8 and 10). Phillips studied art in Paris, and returned to work there, mainly as an illustrator. Separated from his wife, he met Caroline Huskisson, who became known as 'Mrs Phillips'. In a curious incident, it was claimed that Phillips's play The Dead Heart plagiarized A Tale of Two Cities, but it was proved that Dickens had been at a reading of the play in manuscript. (They were reconciled in 1865). In 1866 Phillips and Caroline returned to England. Of their four children, (May) Roland Watts-Phillips became an actress. Dr William Ord, besides St Thomas's, had consulting rooms at 11 Brook Street, off New Bond Street (see Nos. 23 and 41). He became eminent from his lectures and as an authority on thyroid. There are many references here to his skill with the microscope and his passion for collecting fossils and plants. He, Jane Ord and Caroline took Phillips's adoration of Jane in good part and the families were good friends. CHECKLIST (Letters are from Watts Phillips to Dr William Ord, unless stated otherwise) DATED (some approximately) 1. 16th January 1873. Self-portrait at work, seated on an egg, whisky on the table. A cock complaining to a hen about Phillips's six eggs a day. First side only 8vo. 2. 27th March 1873. Parody of Hood's The Song of the Shirt. Phillips at a treadmill. "I am very much better, but I really wanted to see you, to take a healthy tonic from the friendly grasp of your hand, and a mental inspiration from the jolly tone of your voice . I can't shake off that sluggard sleep .". A conundrum for Mrs Ord on William's name. Mrs Phillips "is far from well . biling over in fact!". 3 sides 8vo. 3. ?circa March 1873. 'Very unhappy!' Tartar sad, three-quarter face. "What are the red coals saying? Why, that they've gone up 2s/- a ton .". (Compare No. 55 dated 18th March, below). 1 side 8vo. 4. ?April 1873. The Tichborne Claimant as a spinning top. "Not a leg to Stand on!". ?At the opening of the case against Arthur Orton for perjury. 1 side 8vo. 5. 1st May 1873. Head of a clown. Has been called to Birmingham . about his play Amos Clarke "which Mr [George] Rignold is taking about the country . I am under bond to write a new piece . and sit on the points of my own jokes! . I shall inflict myself on you next Saturday . The best fence against Care is a ha! ha!". Drawing of the Doctor (from behind) wresting secrets from nature. 3 sides 8vo. 6. 7th June 1873. The sad case of a boy suicide, "vexed at the imperfect fitting of a new suit of clothes", with a newspaper clipping. First side only 8vo. 7. circa June 1873. Phillips to Christine Ord. A friendly giant handing Phillips's letter to Christine. Phillips bowling the world with his pen. He sends her a book on giants and fairies, the same as he had given her sister, "To look over. Seller Inventory # 56645

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Terry Phillips; Anna Phillips

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Sarah Phillips; Michaela Morgan

Published by Oxford University Press (2007)

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Peter Redpath; Michaela Morgan; Sarah Phillips

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Sarah Phillips; Peter Redpath

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Sarah Phillips; Peter Redpath

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PHILLIPS

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PHILLIPS, Jenny (b. 1949)

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About this Item: 2000. Jenny Phillips, born in Victoria, Australia in 1949, is an eminent contemporary artist widely known for her botanical illustrations. Inspired by the European Old Masters, whom she studied in extensive museum libraries in England, France, and Italy, and by her personal love of gardening, Jenny Phillips has concentrated on botanical subjects for her drawings and watercolors since 1971. Pencil and watercolor on paper. 16 3/4 x 22 1/2 inches; Framed: 27 1/4 x 32 5/8 inches. Signed and dated lower center: Jenny K. Phillips 2000. Seller Inventory # 1016JS06

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Sarah Phillips; Michaela Morgan; Mary Slattery

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Sarah Phillips; Michaela Morgan; Mary Slattery

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Persico, F.S., Phillips, Gina

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ISBN 10: 0026893320 ISBN 13: 9780026893329

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About this Item: Checkerboard Pr, 1989. Paperback. Condition: Good. Booklet. Some minor surface, edge wear. Pages are really good. Cute book! - Disclaimer: May have a different cover image than stock photos shows, as well as being a different edition/printing, unless otherwise stated. Please contact us if you're looking for one of these specifically. Your order will ship with FREE Delivery Confirmation (Tracking). We are a family business, and your satisfaction is our goal!. Seller Inventory # mon0000088562

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Phillips Sarah

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Sarah Phillips

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Sarah Phillips

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Sarah Phillips; Michaela Morgan; Mary Slattery

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Sarah Phillips

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Peter Redpath; Sarah Phillips

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Sarah Phillips; Peter Redpath

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Sarah Phillips; Peter Redpath

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Phillips, Jenny

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About this Item: 0. No Binding. Condition: Please contact seller. Jenny Phillips, born in Victoria, Australia in 1949, is an eminent contemporary artist widely known for her botanical illustrations. Inspired by the European Old Masters, whom she studied in extensive museum libraries in England, France, and Italy, and by her personal love of gardening, Jenny Phillips has concentrated on botanical subjects for her drawings and watercolors since 1971. Size: 16 3/4 x 22 1/2 inches. Painting. Seller Inventory # 100441r

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Phillips, Tom

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About this Item: Talfourd Press, Uk, 1992. Full-Leather. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket, as Issued. Phillips, Tom (illustrator). Limited. truly a work of art. "this book, in an edition of five copies numbered i-v plus five copies hors de commerce (lettered a-e) was produced at the talfourd press with the assistance of jonathan meyer in 1992 to mark and celebrate the hundredth anniversary of the publication of it's source, A HUMAN DOCUMENT by W.H. MALLOCK," -- "this is copy "v" bound by pella erskine tulloch with two original humument fragments specially created by the artist"==============outstanding clamshell box holds a 9 x 12 x 2 full leather bound volume which incorporates 2 original paintings by tom phillips recto and verso. 76 prints mounted on thick art stock. Signed by Illustrator(s). Seller Inventory # h

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