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Published to accompany a major exhibition of new work at the National Museum of Women in the Arts (September 2019-January 2020). The first major monograph on the artist in nineteen years. The book focuses on key works and redefines her contributions to art history through new essays, an interview, and ...
Judy Chicago: New Views
Published to accompany a major exhibition of new work at the National Museum of Women in the Arts (September 2019-January 2020). The first major monograph on the artist in nineteen years. The book focuses on key works and redefines her contributions to art history through new essays, an interview, and art and documentary images. Judy Chicago was named one of Time magazine's 100 most influential people in 2018. As the first major monograph on the feminist artist Judy Chicago in nineteen years, this fully illustrated volume provides fresh perspectives by leading scholars. Many people know her famed The Dinner Party, installed as the centrepiece of the Sackler Center for Feminist Art at the Brooklyn Museum, but few know her other prescient bodies of work - on sex, birth, death, violence, the natural world, and more. Featuring her newest work, The End, as well as major examples from throughout her career, this fascinating, elegantly designed book offers a new examination of Chicago's wide-ranging artistic expression and powerful voice. The book is published on the occasion of the artist's eightieth birthday and an exhibition of new work at the National Museum of Women in the Arts, as well as the announcement of the Judy Chicago online archival portal.
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83.68 USD

Judy Chicago: New Views

by Judy Chicago
Hardback
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Among the women artists who came to prominence in the postwar era in New York, painter Nell Blaine had a uniquely hard-won career. In her mid-thirties, her horizons seemed limitless. Her shows received glowing reviews, ARTnews honored her with a lengthy feature article, and one of her paintings hung in ...
Alive Still: Nell Blaine, American Painter
Among the women artists who came to prominence in the postwar era in New York, painter Nell Blaine had a uniquely hard-won career. In her mid-thirties, her horizons seemed limitless. Her shows received glowing reviews, ARTnews honored her with a lengthy feature article, and one of her paintings hung in the Whitney Museum. Then, on a trip to Greece, Blaine developed polio, rendering her a paraplegic. Angry at being told she would never paint again, she taught herself to hold a brush with her left hand and regained her skill. In Alive Still, author Cathy Curtis tells the story of Blaine's life and career for the first time by investigating the ways her experience of illness colored her personality and the evolving nature of her work, the importance of her Southern roots, and the influence of her bisexuality (and, in the latter part of her life, long term lesbian relationships) on her understanding of the world. Alive Still draws upon Blaine's unpublished diaries; her published writing; career-spanning interviews and reviews; and correspondence to and from family members, lovers, and the artists, poets, publishers, rescuers in Greece, and neighbors she knew. In addition, Curtis has conducted interviews with surviving artists and other individuals in Blaine's circle, including two of her longtime lovers. Featuring illustrations of Blaine's work and snapshots of family and friends, Alive Still is a compelling narrative of a leading, productive, and passionate woman artist who overcame the setbacks of disability.
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42.76 USD

Alive Still: Nell Blaine, American Painter

by Cathy Curtis
Hardback
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The Belgian surrealist artist Rene Magritte redefined the way we think about art. Famous for his men in bowler hats, Magritte's witty and provocative work inspired generations of later artists, from Andy Warhol to Jasper Johns. In this illuminating new biography, Patricia Allmer radically repositions Magritte's work in relation to ...
Rene Magritte
The Belgian surrealist artist Rene Magritte redefined the way we think about art. Famous for his men in bowler hats, Magritte's witty and provocative work inspired generations of later artists, from Andy Warhol to Jasper Johns. In this illuminating new biography, Patricia Allmer radically repositions Magritte's work in relation to its historical and cultural circumstances. Allmer explores the significant influence of events and experiences in Magritte's early childhood and youth, recorded in his letters and essays: his memories of visiting fairs and circuses; of magical shows and performances; of the cinema; and in particular his first encounter with his future partner, Georgette, on a carousel. Allmer's analyses of these events and their influence on both well-known and less familiar images give new insights into Magritte's art. The book will appeal to those who wish to know more about Magritte's life and work, as well as the wide audience for Surrealism.
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22.30 USD

Rene Magritte

by Patricia Allmer
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Delve into Warhol's cherished personal collections, published together here for the first time, and discover how truly unique he was Andy Warhol (1928-1987) remains an icon of the 20th century and a leading figure in the Pop Art movement. He also was an obsessive collector of things large and small, ...
A is for Archive: Warhol's World from A to Z
Delve into Warhol's cherished personal collections, published together here for the first time, and discover how truly unique he was Andy Warhol (1928-1987) remains an icon of the 20th century and a leading figure in the Pop Art movement. He also was an obsessive collector of things large and small, ordinary and quirky. Since 1994, The Andy Warhol Museum has studied and safeguarded the artist's archive encompassing hundreds of thousands of these objects, at turns strange, amusing, and poignant. From this array, many of these items have been researched and described in this book for the first time. For the myriad fans of Warhol and his quixotic world, as well as those who never understood the artist before, this volume is essential and unforgettable. Written by Matt Wrbican, the foremost authority on Warhol's personal collection, A is for Archive features curated selections from this collection, shedding light on the artist's work and motivations, as well as on his personality and private life. The volume is organized alphabetically, honoring Warhol's own use of a whimsical alphabetical structure: A is for Autograph (a selection of signed objects, many of which influenced his most popular works), F is for Fashion (featuring his collections of cowboy boots, neckties, and jackets), S is for Stamp (works of art by Warhol and others relating to stamps and mailed items), and Z is for Zombie (a grouping of photographs and ephemera of Warhol in various disguises: drag, robot, zombie, clown). The book also features an insightful essay by renowned art critic and Warhol biographer Blake Gopnik.
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55.79 USD

A is for Archive: Warhol's World from A to Z

by Matt Wrbican
Hardback
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Liang Sicheng is a renowned architectural historian, architectural educator and architect in China. He is the founder of the discipline of Chinese architecture history, and also the pioneer of Chinese cultural relics conservation. With life-long devotion to the research and protection of ancient architecture and to the architectural education, he ...
Chinese Master Architect Liang Sicheng
Liang Sicheng is a renowned architectural historian, architectural educator and architect in China. He is the founder of the discipline of Chinese architecture history, and also the pioneer of Chinese cultural relics conservation. With life-long devotion to the research and protection of ancient architecture and to the architectural education, he has made brilliant devotion and achievements in the field of architectural history research, and has contributed considerably to the cause of architectural education in China. This book consists of twelve chapters: Teenage Years, Growing Course, Homecoming, Society for the Research in Chinese Architecture, Culture Salon in Beijing, the War of Resistance Against Japan, Victory of Anti-Japanese War, Early Post-liberation Period, Renewed Vigor, Tranquility for a Short Time, Final Sufferings, and Unforgettable Achievements. These chapters narrate at length the occupational pursuit of Liang Sicheng throughout his life. The three authors of this book are all scholars from Tsinghua University, and are especially familiar with Mr. Liang's work and life. This book is written in biographical form, yet it still has academic element. Such a legible and academic book is approachable for both professionals and general readers.
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102.900000 USD

Chinese Master Architect Liang Sicheng

by Xia Lu, Gao Yilian, Guo Daiheng
Hardback
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A heart-rending memoir of love, loss and the unique relationship twins share. More than thirty years ago, David Loftus's cherished identical twin, John, passed away. Ever since, a day hasn't passed without David feeling the loss. In 1987, after recovering from a brain tumour, John contracted meningitis and found himself ...
Diary of a Lone Twin: A Memoir
A heart-rending memoir of love, loss and the unique relationship twins share. More than thirty years ago, David Loftus's cherished identical twin, John, passed away. Ever since, a day hasn't passed without David feeling the loss. In 1987, after recovering from a brain tumour, John contracted meningitis and found himself back in hospital for treatment. David, as always, was by his side. They were opening their twenty-fourth birthday presents when a fatally miscalculated routine injection forced John into a coma. He died within two weeks. Over the past year, David has spent an hour every day remembering John and recording his story by hand. Diary of a Lone Twin is the product of that daily ritual - a powerful and deeply personal account that covers everything from enchanting and charmingly evoked childhood vignettes to the acute loneliness and raw pain that followed John's death. In sharing this beautifully written diary, award-winning and internationally acclaimed photographer David Loftus provides a rare insight for anyone who wishes to understand the bond between identical twins, and the unique bereavement of a lone twin that few people will ever experience.
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31.59 USD

Diary of a Lone Twin: A Memoir

by David Loftus
Hardback
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Sunday Times Art Book of the Year 2018 'If you are interested in modern British art, the book is unputdownable. If you are not, read it.' - Grey Gowrie, Financial Times 'All the good stories, and more, are here ... this is a genuinely encyclopaedic work, unlike anything else I ...
Modernists & Mavericks: Bacon, Freud, Hockney and the London Painters
Sunday Times Art Book of the Year 2018 'If you are interested in modern British art, the book is unputdownable. If you are not, read it.' - Grey Gowrie, Financial Times 'All the good stories, and more, are here ... this is a genuinely encyclopaedic work, unlike anything else I have come across on the topic, informed by a deep love and understanding of modern painting. Everybody interested in the subject should read it.' - Andrew Marr, Sunday Times A masterfully narrated account of painting in London from the Second World War to the 1970s, illustrated throughout with documentary photographs and works of art The development of painting in London from the Second World War to the 1970s is the story of interlinking friendships, shared experiences and artistic concerns among a number of acclaimed artists, including Francis Bacon, Lucian Freud, Frank Auerbach, David Hockney, Bridget Riley, Gillian Ayres, Frank Bowling and Howard Hodgkin. Drawing on extensive first-hand interviews, many previously unpublished, with important witnesses and participants, the art critic Martin Gayford teases out the thread connecting these individual lives, and demonstrates how painting thrived in London against the backdrop of Soho bohemia in the 1940s and 1950s and `Swinging London' in the 1960s. He shows how, influenced by such different teachers as David Bomberg and William Coldstream, and aware of the work of contemporaries such as Jackson Pollock as well as the traditions of Western art from Piero della Francesca to Picasso and Matisse, the postwar painters were allied in their confidence that this ancient medium, in opposition to photography and other media, could do fresh and marvellous things. They asked the question `what can painting do?' and explored in their diverse ways, but with equal passion, the possibilities of paint.
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24.16 USD

Modernists & Mavericks: Bacon, Freud, Hockney and the London Painters

by Martin Gayford
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Featuring an introduction by Neil Gaiman! J. Michael Straczynski is, without question, one of the greatest science fiction minds of our time. -- Max Brooks (World War Z) For four decades, J. Michael Straczynski has been one of the most successful writers in Hollywood, one of the few to forge ...
Becoming Superman: My Journey From Poverty to Hollywood
Featuring an introduction by Neil Gaiman! J. Michael Straczynski is, without question, one of the greatest science fiction minds of our time. -- Max Brooks (World War Z) For four decades, J. Michael Straczynski has been one of the most successful writers in Hollywood, one of the few to forge multiple careers in movies, television and comics. Yet there's one story he's never told before: his own. In this dazzling memoir, the acclaimed writer behind Babylon 5, Sense8, Clint Eastwood's Changeling and Marvel's Thor reveals how the power of creativity and imagination enabled him to overcome the horrors of his youth and a dysfunctional family haunted by madness, murder and a terrible secret. Joe's early life nearly defies belief. Raised by damaged adults-a con-man grandfather and a manipulative grandmother, a violent, drunken father and a mother who was repeatedly institutionalized-Joe grew up in abject poverty, living in slums and projects when not on the road, crisscrossing the country in his father's desperate attempts to escape the consequences of his past. To survive his abusive environment Joe found refuge in his beloved comics and his dreams, immersing himself in imaginary worlds populated by superheroes whose amazing powers allowed them to overcome any adversity. The deeper he read, the more he came to realize that he, too, had a superpower: the ability to tell stories and make everything come out the way he wanted it. But even as he found success, he could not escape a dark and shocking secret that hung over his family's past, a violent truth that he uncovered over the course of decades involving mass murder. Straczynski's personal history has always been shrouded in mystery. Becoming Superman lays bare the facts of his life: a story of creation and darkness, hope and success, a larger-than-life villain and a little boy who became the hero of his own life. It is also a compelling behind-the-scenes look at some of the most successful TV series and movies recognized around the world.
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30.440000 USD

Becoming Superman: My Journey From Poverty to Hollywood

by J. Michael Straczynski
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A modern rethinking of the career and vision of one of the greatest artists of all time on the 500th anniversary of his death The towering genius of Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519) has been celebrated-and remained undisputed-for hundreds of years. A groundbreaking, essential addition to scholarship, Leonardo da Vinci Rediscovered ...
Leonardo da Vinci Rediscovered
A modern rethinking of the career and vision of one of the greatest artists of all time on the 500th anniversary of his death The towering genius of Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519) has been celebrated-and remained undisputed-for hundreds of years. A groundbreaking, essential addition to scholarship, Leonardo da Vinci Rediscovered continues this legacy while simultaneously reexamining the multifaceted artist's life and work from the ground up. This authoritative, four-volume study marks the 500th anniversary of the great master's death with a sweeping, up-to-date portrait of Leonardo as he has never been seen before. Internationally renowned Leonardo specialist Carmen C. Bambach unfurls new narratives, largely based on the most important, yet most misunderstood, body of evidence available: the artist's drawings, paintings, and manuscripts. In the manner of a biographer, Bambach combs through contemporary documents and more than 4,000 surviving sheets of Leonardo's notes and drawings to extract details about his development as an artist and thinker that have never before been suggested. Some 1,500 illustrations portray the staggering, spectacular legacy that Leonardo left behind on paper and canvas. Through Bambach's comprehensive research, Leonardo emerges as a figure who both embodies his era and completely transcends it, enduring as one of history's greatest artists, scientists, and inventors.
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743.87 USD

Leonardo da Vinci Rediscovered

by Carmen C. Bambach
Hardback
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Robert Rauschenberg (1925-2008) was a breaker of boundaries and a consummate collaborator. He used silk-screen prints to reflect on American promise and failure, melded sculpture and painting in works called combines, and collaborated with engineers and scientists to challenge our thinking about art. Through collaborations with John Cage, Merce Cunningham, ...
Robert Rauschenberg: An Oral History
Robert Rauschenberg (1925-2008) was a breaker of boundaries and a consummate collaborator. He used silk-screen prints to reflect on American promise and failure, melded sculpture and painting in works called combines, and collaborated with engineers and scientists to challenge our thinking about art. Through collaborations with John Cage, Merce Cunningham, and others, Rauschenberg bridged the music, dance, and visual-art worlds, inventing a new art for the last half of the twentieth century. Robert Rauschenberg is a work of collaborative oral biography that tells the story of one of the twentieth century's great artists through a series of interviews with key figures in his life-family, friends, former lovers, professional associates, studio assistants, and collaborators. The oral historian Sara Sinclair artfully puts the narrators' reminiscences in conversation, with a focus on the relationship between Rauschenberg's intense social life and his art. The book opens with a prologue by Rauschenberg's sister and then shifts to New York City's 1950s and '60s art scene, populated by the luminaries of abstract expressionism. It follows Rauschenberg's eventual move to Florida's Captiva Island and his trips across the globe, illuminating his inner life and its effect on his and others' art. The narrators share their views on Rauschenberg's work, explore the curatorial thinking behind exhibitions of his art, and reflect on the impact of the influx of money into the contemporary art market. Included are artists famous in their own right, such as Laurie Anderson and Brice Marden, as well as art-world insiders and lesser-known figures who were part of Rauschenberg's inner circle. Beyond considering Rauschenberg as an artist, this book reveals him as a man embedded in a series of art worlds over the course of a long and rich life, demonstrating the complex interaction of business and personal, public and private in the creation of great art.
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55.79 USD

Robert Rauschenberg: An Oral History

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Interest in mid-20th century British artists and the world they inhabited is growing internationally - prices are rising and exhibitions proliferate. This biography focuses on the couple who were at the centre of the Modern British art scene: Cedric Morris (1889-1982) and Arthur Lett Haines (1894-1978). Both men studied in ...
A Lesson in Art and Life: The Colourful World of Cedric Morris and Arthur Lett Haines
Interest in mid-20th century British artists and the world they inhabited is growing internationally - prices are rising and exhibitions proliferate. This biography focuses on the couple who were at the centre of the Modern British art scene: Cedric Morris (1889-1982) and Arthur Lett Haines (1894-1978). Both men studied in Paris in the 1920s where they absorbed the work of the French Post Impressionists, Cubists and Surrealists. Later in London, Morris became a sought-after painter of flowers, birds and landscapes, and a friend of Augustus John and Ben Nicholson. Lett was hailed as Britain's first Surrealist. They gave fabulous parties attended by the cream of creative London. Morris and Haines founded the East Anglian School of Painting and Drawing in Suffolk, attended by Lucian Freud and Maggi Hambling. The atmosphere was described as `robust and coarse, exquisite and sensitive all at once, also faintly dangerous.' The conversation was sometimes bawdy and bitchy but never boring. Cedric Morris became an award-winning plantsman and poppy iris breeder. He was an acknowledged influence on Beth Chatto amongst others. A Lesson in Art and Life is a long overdue biography of a couple who were hugely influential across the spheres of art, gardening and cookery.
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55.79 USD

A Lesson in Art and Life: The Colourful World of Cedric Morris and Arthur Lett Haines

by Hugh St Clair
Hardback
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This is the story of women caught up in the tumultuous art scene of the early twentieth century, some famous and others lost to time. By 1910 the patina of the belle poque was wearing thin in London. Artists were on the hunt for modern women who could hold them ...
The Women Who Inspired London Art: The Avico Sisters and Other Models of the Early 20th Century
This is the story of women caught up in the tumultuous art scene of the early twentieth century, some famous and others lost to time. By 1910 the patina of the belle poque was wearing thin in London. Artists were on the hunt for modern women who could hold them in thrall. A chance encounter on the street could turn an artless child into an artist's model, and a model into a muse. Most were accidental beauties, plucked from obscurity to pose in the great art schools and studios. Many returned home to lives that were desperately challenging almost all were anonymous. Meet them now. Sit with them in the Caf Royal amid the wives and mistresses of London's most provocative artists. Peek behind the brushstrokes and chisel cuts at women whose identities are some of art history's most enduring secrets. Drawing on a rich m lange of historical and anecdotal records and a primary source, this is storytelling that sweeps up the reader in the cultural tides that raced across London in the Edwardian, Great War and interwar periods. A highlight of the book is a reveal of the Avico siblings, a family of models whose faces can be found in paint and bronze and stone today. Their lives and contributions have been cloaked in a century of silence. Now, illuminated by family photos and oral histories from the daughter of one of the models, the Avico story is finally told.
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27.88 USD

The Women Who Inspired London Art: The Avico Sisters and Other Models of the Early 20th Century

by Peterson, Lucy M
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A dazzling dual portrait of Frank Lloyd Wright and early twentieth-century New York, revealing the city's role in establishing the career of America's most famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959) took his first major trip to New York in 1909, fleeing a failed marriage and artistic stagnation. He returned a ...
Wright and New York: The Making of America's Architect
A dazzling dual portrait of Frank Lloyd Wright and early twentieth-century New York, revealing the city's role in establishing the career of America's most famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959) took his first major trip to New York in 1909, fleeing a failed marriage and artistic stagnation. He returned a decade later, his personal life and architectural career again in crisis. Booming 1920s New York served as a refuge, but it also challenged him and resurrected his career. The city connected Wright with important clients and commissions that would harness his creative energy and define his role in modern architecture, even as the stock market crash took its toll on his benefactors. Wright denounced New York as an unlivable prison even as he reveled in its culture. The city became an urban foil for Wright's work in the desert and in the organic architecture he promoted as an alternative to American Art Deco and the International Style. New York became a major protagonist at the end of Wright's life, as he spent his final years at the Plaza Hotel working on the Guggenheim Museum, the building that would cement his legacy. Anthony Alofsin has broken new ground by mining the recently opened Wright archives held by Columbia University and the Museum of Modern Art. His foundational research provides a crucial and innovative understanding of Wright's life, his career, and the conditions that enabled his success. The result is at once a stunning biography and a glittering portrait of early twentieth-century Manhattan.
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46.49 USD

Wright and New York: The Making of America's Architect

by Anthony Alofsin
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Arthur Fellig's ability to arrive at a crime scene just as the cops did was so uncanny that he became known as Weegee, claiming that he functioned as a human Ouija board. Weegee documented better than any other photographer the crime, grit, and complex humanity of midcentury New York City. ...
Flash: The Making of Weegee the Famous
Arthur Fellig's ability to arrive at a crime scene just as the cops did was so uncanny that he became known as Weegee, claiming that he functioned as a human Ouija board. Weegee documented better than any other photographer the crime, grit, and complex humanity of midcentury New York City. In Flash, we get a portrait not only of the man (both flawed and deeply talented, with generous appetites for publicity, women, and hot pastrami) but also of the fascinating time and place that he occupied. From self-taught immigrant kid to newshound to art-world darling to latter-day caricature - moving from the dangerous streets of New York City to the celebrity culture of Los Angeles and then to Europe for a quixotic late phase of experimental photography and filmmaking - Weegee lived a life just as vivid as the scenes he captured. Flash is an unprecedented and ultimately moving view of the man now regarded as an innovator and a pioneer, one whose photographs are among the most powerful images of urban existence ever made.
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21.000000 USD

Flash: The Making of Weegee the Famous

by Christopher Bonanos
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An Ancient Egyptian in Texas
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41.990000 USD

An Ancient Egyptian in Texas

by Fred Nashed
Hardback
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Love Unknown: The Life and Worlds of Elizabeth Bishop
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33.600000 USD

Love Unknown: The Life and Worlds of Elizabeth Bishop

by Thomas Travisano
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An Ancient Egyptian in Texas
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18.060000 USD

An Ancient Egyptian in Texas

by Fred Nashed
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The Life of Michelangelo Buonarroti
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18.330000 USD

The Life of Michelangelo Buonarroti

by John Addington Symonds
Paperback / softback
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An Ancient Egyptian in Texas
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41.400000 USD

An Ancient Egyptian in Texas

by Fred Nashed
Hardback
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Reason, Passion, Harmony: A New York artists recollections of his seminal life experiences
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57.750000 USD

Reason, Passion, Harmony: A New York artists recollections of his seminal life experiences

by Stan Radler
Hardback
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Brain Bats Of Venus: The Life and Comics of Basil Wolverton Volume 2 (1942-1952)
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74.37 USD

Brain Bats Of Venus: The Life and Comics of Basil Wolverton Volume 2 (1942-1952)

by Basil Wolverton, Greg Sadowski
Hardback
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The Hockneys: Never Worry What the Neighbours Think
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46.49 USD

The Hockneys: Never Worry What the Neighbours Think

by John Hockney
Hardback
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The Life of Michelangelo Buonarroti
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18.330000 USD

The Life of Michelangelo Buonarroti

by John Addington Symonds
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Desperately Seeking Basquiat
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19.900000 USD

Desperately Seeking Basquiat

by Ian Castello-Cortes
Hardback
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2020-2024 5 year planner: 2020-2024 planner. Monthly Schedule Organizer, Agenda Planner For The Next Five Years, Appointment Notebook, Monthly Planner, Action Day, Passion Goal Setting (Metal Texture)
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7.340000 USD

2020-2024 5 year planner: 2020-2024 planner. Monthly Schedule Organizer, Agenda Planner For The Next Five Years, Appointment Notebook, Monthly Planner, Action Day, Passion Goal Setting (Metal Texture)

by Elaine D Geller
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The World By Design
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36.740000 USD

The World By Design

by Cliff Pearson, A Eugene Kohn
Hardback
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I've Seen the Future and I'm Not Going: The Art Scene and Downtown New York in the 1980s
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31.450000 USD

I've Seen the Future and I'm Not Going: The Art Scene and Downtown New York in the 1980s

by Peter McGough
Hardback
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The Lives of Lucian Freud: The Restless Years, 1922-1968
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42.000000 USD

The Lives of Lucian Freud: The Restless Years, 1922-1968

by William Feaver
Hardback
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Plagued by Fire: The Dreams and Furies of Frank Lloyd Wright
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36.750000 USD

Plagued by Fire: The Dreams and Furies of Frank Lloyd Wright

by Paul Hendrickson
Hardback
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My Life with Chickens and other stories: I Pity The Poor Immigrant
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10.500000 USD

My Life with Chickens and other stories: I Pity The Poor Immigrant

by Sue Littleton, Pringle Dorothy Pringle, Don Vito Radice
Paperback / softback