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Driesbach, Janice, Thomas H. Garver and John Fitz Gibbon (esays)

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About this Item: Crocker Art Museum. Condition: Very Good. . Seller Inventory # E14A-01304

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Driesbach, Janice, Thomas H. Garver and John Fitz Gibbon (esays); Profusely Illustrated [Illustrator]

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About this Item: Crocker Art Museum, 1990. Paperback. Condition: Used: Very Good. NICE CONDITION SLENDER SOFTCOVER BOOK. NO WRITING OR MARKINGS IN TEXT. ONLY LIGHT WEAR TO COVER WITH 1 SMALL STICKER ON BOTTOM AND STAMP ON TOP OF TITLE PAGE. A CLEAN & SOLID BOOK. Seller Inventory # G-1026

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Driesbach, Janice, Thomas H. Garver and John Fitz Gibbon (esays), Profusely Illustrated

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About this Item: Crocker Art Museum, 1990. Condition: Good. *Price HAS BEEN reduced this weekend for our ABEBOOKS JULY SALE* 84 pp., paperback, ex library else text clean and binding tight. Seller Inventory # ZB972076

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Robert Brady: a Survey Exhibition: Driesbach, Janice, Thomas

Driesbach, Janice, Thomas H. Garver and John Fitz Gibbon (esays); Profusely Illustrated [Illustrator]

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About this Item: Crocker Art Museum, 1990. Paperback. Condition: Good. Crocker Art Museum [Published date: 1990]. Paper covers, 84 pp. Catalog for exhibition held at the Crocker Art Museum and the Laguna Art Museum in 1989-1990. Contents include Introduction and Acknowledgments by Janice T. Driesbach; Creatures Sleeping: The Art of Robert Brady by Thomas H. Garver; Up-River by John Fitz Gibbon; 49 black and white and some color plates; Checklist of the Exhibition; Chronology; Selected Exhibitions; Selected Bibliography. In good condition. Black and white illustrated paper covers have bumping and creasing to edges and corners and light to moderate overall rubbing and scuffing, with a bit of the color scuffed off along edges and back cover. Binding tight. Pages clean and unmarked. NOT Ex-Library. No remainder marks. Seller Inventory # 20161122004

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Janice T. Driesbach, Thomas H. Garver and John Fitz Gibbon

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About this Item: Crocker Art Museum, 1989. Paperback. Condition: Very Good +. First Edition. Paperback. Illustrated cover. Black and white and color illustrations. No writing in the book. 84pp. Full refund if not satisfied. Seller Inventory # 028649

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Garver, Thomas H. and John Fitz Gibbon

Published by Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, (1989)

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About this Item: Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, 1989. Soft cover. Condition: Fine. 1st Edition. 1st edition. A Fine copy. Square octavo. Color illustrated wraps. 84 pp, illustrations. Relevant matter laid in. SIGNED and inscribed by the artist as 'Bob" on the verso of the front cover. Signed by Illustrator(s). Seller Inventory # 6689

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Thomas H. Garver and John Fitz Gibbon

Published by Crocker Art Museum, Sacremento CA (1989)

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About this Item: Crocker Art Museum, Sacremento CA, 1989. Wrappers. Condition: Near Fine. 84 pp., 61 illustrations 17 in color. A few minor scratches with a bit of scuffing to the covers, otherwise a fine copy. Curated by Janice T. Driesbach. Published on the occasion of the exhibition from The Crocker Art Museum, Sacremento CA September 16-October 29, 1989 and the Laguna Art Museum, Laguna Beach CA November 24, 1989- January 28, 1990. Seller Inventory # 004272

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Driesbach, Janice T. (curator); Thomas H. Carver and John Fitz Gibbon (essays)

Published by Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, California (1989)

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About this Item: Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, California, 1989. Illustrated Soft Cover. Condition: Fine. Robert Brady (illustrator). No Edition nor Printings Stated. Catalogue for exhibition of Brady's ceramic sculpture at the Crocker Art Museum, September 16 through October 29, 1989, and thereafter at the Laguna Art Museum. Inscribed and signed "Bob" in our presence by Robert Brady with date "9.29.89" on reverse of front cover. Illus. in B&W and color. Incl. Plates, Checklist of the Exhibition, Chronology, Selected Exhibitions, and Selected Biblio. 84 pp. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" Tall; Square. Signed by Artist. Seller Inventory # 11350

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Janice T. Driesbach, Curator / Essays by Thomas H. Garver and John Fitz Gibbon

Published by Sacramento, CA: Crocker Art Museum (1989)

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About this Item: Sacramento, CA: Crocker Art Museum, 1989. Soft cover. Condition: Near Fine. 1st Edition. First Edition: presumed; no additional printings, editions or dates identified. Wraps/paperback = Near Fine to Fine, with minor rubbing to front cover. Seller Inventory # 100458

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Driesbach, Janice T, curator--- Garver, Thomas H -- Gibbon, John Fitz, essays

Published by Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, Ca (1989)

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About this Item: Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, Ca, 1989. paperback. Condition: VERY GOOD. Paperback catalogue for exhibition at Crocker Museum, September 16- October 29, 1989 and at Laguna Art Museum, Laguna Beach, California, November 24- January 28, 1990, catalogue is 9" x 9". 84 pages with color and b/w illustrations of the sculptures and masks.VERY GOOD CONDITION- - - - - SIGNED AND INSCRIBED BY ARTIST ROBERT BRADY 3/3/98- - - - -. Signed by Artist. Book. Seller Inventory # 038696

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Introduction by Janice T. Driesbach, curator. Essays by Thomas H. Garver and John Fitz Gibbon.

Published by Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento (1989)

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About this Item: Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, 1989. Paperback. Condition: Mint. 49 color & b/w. plates, 13 b/w. figures in the text. (illustrator). 4to. 85 pp. Seller Inventory # 1003294

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Garver, Thomas H. and John Fitz Gibbon (essayists)

Published by Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, California (1989)

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About this Item: Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, California, 1989. Softbound. Condition: VG, Pictorial wraps, 84 pp, 49 color and BW plates plus additional images. Published for the exhibition at the Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento ,CA, September 16-October 29, 1989 and the Laguna Art Museum, Laguna Beach, CA, November 24, 1989- January 28, 1990. Seller Inventory # 126318

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Thomas Gibbons

Published by Dramatist's Play Service (1998)

ISBN 10: 082220374X ISBN 13: 9780822203742

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About this Item: Dramatist's Play Service, 1998. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M082220374X

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Thomas Wilkinson Wallis (1821-1903), wood carver ('the Grinling Gibbons of the 19th century'), sculptor and painter of Louth in Lincolnshire [ The Great Exhibition, 1851 ]

Published by The letter to his daughter dated from Louth Lincolnshire 18 October Description of carving from 1851. Fragments from journal dealing with events in 1837 1851 1862 and 1866 (1884)

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About this Item: The letter to his daughter dated from Louth Lincolnshire 18 October Description of carving from 1851. Fragments from journal dealing with events in 1837 1851 1862 and 1866, 1884. Thomas Wilkinson Wallis was the greatest wood carver of Victorian England. Born in impoverished circumstances in Hull, by 1844 he had established his own business in Louth Lincolnshire, and for the 1851 he submitted seven carvings, 'of which ‘Trophy of Spring’ was awarded a medal. It was his most intricate carving, it took him 8 months to complete and was considered to surpass the work of Grinling Gibbons. Wallis also won medals at the 1855 Paris Exhibition and the London Great Exhibition in 1862.' In 1899 – four years before his death – he published his 'Autobiography of Thomas Wilkinson Wallace, Sculptor in Wood, and Extracts from his Sixty Years' Journal'. The eight items are in good condition, on lightly-aged paper. All eight are in Wallis's autograph, and they comprise: six fragments from the original 'Sixty Years' Journal' (reproduced in abridged form in the printed 'Autobiography'), including one of eight foolscap pages covering Wallis's time in London preparing for the Great Exhibition; a description by Wallis of the carving which caused the greatest sensation in 1851, his 'Trophies of Spring', with a list of the many plants depicted in it; and an 1884 Autograph Letter Signed to his daughter Kate, describing his work on a copy of Turner's 'Fighting Temeraire'. The following description is divided into three parts. ONE: Autograph Letter Signed ('T. W. Wallis') to his daughter Kate. Dated 'Louth – 19th. October 1884'. 4pp., 12mo. Bifolium. For the background to this letter see Wallis's 'Autobiography', p.210: 'When my Municipal duties were increased by the appointment of Borough Surveyor I hand [sic] on hand two important Water-colour paintings – Lake Nemi, and the Fighting Temeraire, both the originals being by J. M. W. Turner, R.A. During the Autumn [of 1884] I finished these paintings as far as I could without having further reference to the originals – that of the latter being in the National Gallery.' Wallis begins the letter with reference to a 'roll of Photograph' which his daughter has sent him: 'Your Photographer has thought it best to Vignette the Photo sent of Keston'. Next he turns his attention to his work copying Turner's painting: 'In re Mr Acton [the wine merchant and connoisseur Samuel Poole Acton (d.1885)] – I will tell you now: After spending two or three days at the Gallery [i.e. the National Gallery] getting all I could in pencil and chalk – and the Large sized Photograph of the "Temeraire" I came to the conclusion I should not surmount the difficulty in working out my Copy in Water Colors unless I returned to the Gallery to finish my work, when it was well advanced, or borrow a painting copied from the Original by an artist.' With a view to working from a copy, he has written to the artist Alfred Hartley (1855-1933), whom he encountered at the National Gallery while he was making a small copy of Turner's painting, asking him if he would lend it to him 'for a consideration'. 'He (Mr. A. Hartley of Chelsea) replied it was not his property', having been painted by commission for Acton, whose address Lynton House in Bromley is of interest to Wallis as he has been 'staying in the same town at the same time and working at the same picture'. Acton 'immediately gave his Consent', and Hartley's copy 'is now in my painting room as one of the helps to work out my own'. Wallis continues the letter with a critique of Hartley's painting, and praise of his own, before turning to family matters. TWO: Six Autograph fragments of autobiography, cut from a journal. Neatly and closely written. The main section of autograph, with the first page headed 'AE 30. 1851', consists of eight full pages on two foolscap bifoliums, paginated 155 to 162, with 35 lines to the page. Laid down on the second page are two newspaper cuttings from the Halifax Guardian, 15 March 1851, regarding an exhibition by Wallis's brother Samuel (c.1812-1873). The text of this eight-page fragment is of great interest, as it deals with the rapturous re. Seller Inventory # 18727

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