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Baumann, Gustave

Published by William & Victoria Dailey, Los Angeles, CA (1980)

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From: Back of Beyond Books, ABAA (Moab, UT, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: William & Victoria Dailey, Los Angeles, CA, 1980. Hardcover. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine. Illustrated by Gustave Baumann (illustrator). First Edition Thus. Yellow boards covered with black wood block print. Pastedown label on cover and spine. Boards are clean with slight wear at edges of spine. Boards are slightly bowed, but binding is square and tight. Very light soiling to top edge of text block, but interior is clean. Cream dust jacket with light brown wood block print. Very light soiling to rear edges of dust jacket. Hand-printed by Patrick Reagh from Gustave Baumann's original blocks in an edition of 250, this volume is numbered 48. This edition from William & Victoria Dailey is a gorgeously designed reprint of the very rare 1939 original. The green decorative endpapers feature Gustave Baumann woodcuts not used in the original publication; they are seen here for the first time. German-born Gustave Baumann was an influential American printmaker and key figure in the color woodcut revival. This series of prints, based upon pictographs found in Frijoles Canyon (within Bandolier National Monument) , illustrate the deep love and respect that Baumann felt for the Southwest. They clearly represent the pictographs, while still showing Baumann's hand. Primarily single-color, there are three tri-color prints included, including a monumental four-page fold-out image. The prints and images are further contextualized by lyrical essays from both Baumann and preeminent archaeologist Alfred Vincent Kidder. ; Book; Wood block print; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 22 pp. Seller Inventory # 015370

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Frijoles Canyon Pictographs: recorded in Woodcuts and: Baumann, Gustave, 1881-1971
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About this Item: Writer's Editions, Santa Fe, New Mexico; (1939). Octavo. no printed pagination [43]p., Limited to 480 copies, illustrations, twenty-five original woodcuts (with a four-panel folding wood cut signed by the artist). Gustave Bauman punctuated his text with imagery transcribed from the walls of cliff and cave dwellings in the canyon located in the Jemez Mountains, west of Santa Fe. Although most of his carving was done in basswood, the blocks for this book were carved from common pine. He wrote the text which was printed at the studio of Willard Clark (the typographer). The book was bound by Hazel Dreis and when it appeared in 1939 was named one of the Fifty Books of the Year. Bound in decorative green cloth, paper labels to upper board and spine. A beautiful copy in the original glalssine wrapper with a couple of small chips to rear panel. Seller Inventory # 019115

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Baumann, Gustave

Published by Writers' Editions, Inc., Santa Fe (1939)

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From: Braiterman, Marilyn (ABAA member) (New York, NY, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: Writers' Editions, Inc., Santa Fe, 1939. Pictorial Boards. Condition: Fine. Gustave Baumann (illustrator). Text and illustrations by Gustave Baumann. Cloth-covered boards with pictograph design in yellow and brown and printed cover and spine labels. Paper spine label chipped at edges with no loss to lettering. Inner hinges professionally and inconspicuously strenghtened. Contemporary owner's name and date on blank verso of free endpaper and his bookplate on rear pastedown. One of 500 copies. A handmade artist's book bound by Hazel Dreis, a Santa Fe artist and illustrated by Gustave Baumann with pictorial endpapers and original hand-printed woodcuts depicting pictographs at the Tuyoni site in Frijoles, New Mexico, including a four-fold plate signed by the artist. In a note on the colophon:". Writers' Editions, Inc., a cooperative group of writers living in the Southwest, who believe that regional publication should foster the growth of American art and literature." Size: Square 8vo. Seller Inventory # 004437

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FRIJOLES CANYON PICTOGRAPHS: BAUMANN, GUSTAVE

BAUMANN, GUSTAVE

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From: Boston Book Company, Inc. ABAA (Boston, MA, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: 1939. BAUMANN, Gustave. FRIJOLES CANYON PICTOGRAPHS. Recorded in Woodcuts and Hand Printed by Gustave Baumann. With a Foreword by Alfred Vincent Kidder. Santa Fe: Writers' Editions, (1939). First edition, 1/500 copies signed by Baumann. Square 8vo, decorated green cloth, paper labels; 48pp. with 26 woodcuts, printed in two colors on hand made paper. One woodcut folds out over 4pp. with an ink signature, and only very slight darkening to the spine label, this copy is fine. Seller Inventory # 88224

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FRIJOLES CANYON PICTOGRAPHS RECORDED IN WOODCUTS AND: Baumann, Gustave

Baumann, Gustave

Published by Writers' Editions, Inc., Santa Fe (1939)

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About this Item: Writers' Editions, Inc., Santa Fe, 1939. Small quarto. Bound by Hazel Dreis in decorated cloth over boards, printed paper label. Woodcut decorated endsheets. Illustrated throughout with woodcuts, including several full-page and one four- panel folding plate. Fine. First edition. One of 480 copies. One of the major achievements of the Rydal Press, featuring Baumann's woodcuts printed in a variety of earth-tones, with the four-panel folding plate signed by him in the margin. Alfred V. Kidder contributes a Foreword. Seller Inventory # WRCLIT57553

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