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        Romero Britto [SIGNED]

      The International Archive of Art Ltd. New York The International Archive of Art, Ltd. (1994) Limited edition vg 1/1000. Oblong 4to. 99pp. Blind-embossed black cloth with silver lettering on spine in color illustrated dust jacket with acetate cover. Book housed in black cloth slipcase with silver-stamped facsimile signature of Britto. Color illustrated endpapers. Frontispiece. With the original signed serigraph 'Party Girl' (Image size: 7 3/16" x 9"). Serigraph numbered and limited to 750, printed on Coventry Smooth 100% rag paper, with the original tissue guard. Limitation page signed by artist in pencil. "The distinctive neo-Pop style of Romero Britto has made a significant impact on the world of art. With clean, bold, and colorful imagery, this young artist subtly delivers strong, poignant messages in a refreshing and upbeat manner. His masterful use of form and color resonate with activism, allowing him to address a variety of social and political issues without any of the harsh preaching found in much of contemporary art. Britto's work embodies the expressionist color patterns of the Fauves, the multi-dimensional facets of Cubism, and the reference to mass culture in Pop Art. This is the first book on Britto and it includes 90 large color reproductions of his paintings and graphics, as well as a profile of his life and career." The Brazilian artist is also known for his sculptures and his 'neo-pop' wall decorations. Foreword by Nan Miller and Aaron Young. Photographs of paintings by Ira Victor and Michael Hager, other photographs by Andrew Melick. Includes listings of exhibitions. Some scuffing and minor staining on slipcase. Tissue guard creased. Very slight offsetting on page 94. With business card of Stephen M. Gamson, Sales Director of Britto Central, laid-in. Card with reproduction of color illustration by-, and facsimile signature of Britto. Dust jacket in near fine, book in fine condition. Rare with the original serigraph.

      [Bookseller: Eric Chaim Kline - Bookseller ]
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        The Zoology of The Voyage of H. M. S. Beagle, Under the command of Captain Fitzroy, R. N., During the years 1832-1836. 4 Vols.;

      London, Royal Geographical Society Reprint, Commemorative Facsimile Edition, limited to 1,000 copies. Set No. 607, 1994.. Contains: Vol. 1: Part I - Fossil Mammalia by Richard Owen; Vol. II: Part II - Mammalia by George R. Waterhouse; Vol. III: Part III - Birds by John Gould; Vol. IV: Part IV - Fish by Leonard Jenyns and Part V - Reptiles by Thomas Bell. HARDBACKS, half-calf gilt embossed with marbled boards, gilt lettering, ornament, rules and raised bands on spine, marbled end-papers, pages: iv, 111; [xi], 97; [ii], advert. ii, 156, index - [viii]; xvi, 172, vi, 51, green ribbon marker in each Vol., plates: 1 (large folding b & w), 32 (b & w); 32 (coloured), 3 (b & w); 50 (coloured); 29 (b & w) & 20 (b & w), 240mm x 305mm, (9.5" x 12"), a superb set in near mint condition. 6.7Kg. This is a heavy item and will incur additional postage.

      [Bookseller: Baldwin's Scientific Books]
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      Rochester, NY: The Black Bird Press. 1994. First. First edition. Loose sheets in cloth portfolio, and slipcase. Slight sunning to the edges of the slipcase, still easily fine. One of 35 copies Signed by both the poet and the artist. Each of the ten etchings is also numbered and Signed in pencil by the artist. Letter of provenance to the original owner laid in. A lovely fine press production. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        DAIDO hysteric no.6 1994

      1994. Paperback. Very Good. [PHOTOGRAPHY - JAPANESE] Moriyama DAIDO^. DAIDO hysteric no.6 1994. Tokyo, hysteric glamour, 1993. Large square folio, illustrated wrappers, 177 images (many double page) over 360 pages. Limited edition. This copy has a bit of mild creasing marks to the covers but overall in very good condition. Remarkable work in black and white - dark, grainy and ominous - certainly not a tourist's brochure view of Japan. Daido is among the most important of Japan's contemporary photographers. Hysteric Glamour, the publishers, have produced a seminal series of monographs all through the 90's and to the present day, capturing the essence of the latest trends in Japanese photography and presenting them with great sympathy and skill.

      [Bookseller: Boston Book Company ]
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