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SHIRAZ.: The City of the Poets Sa'adi and Hafez, The City of Flowers and Nightengales
Shiraz: Learned Society of Pars, 1958. First edition. Numerous illustrations; Translated by R.N. Sharp; 110 pages plus many pages of photographs. More
THE LOVES OF KRISHNA IN INDIAN PAINTING AND POETRY.
New York: Macmillan, N.D., c. 1958. Ethical and Religious Classics of East and West, No. 18; 127 pages plus 39 black-and-white plates and a color frontis. More
THE TRANSFORMATIVE VISION: REFLECTIONS ON THE NATURE AND HISTORY OF HUMAN EXPERIENCE.
Berkeley: Shambhala, 1975. First edition. 364 pages. More
THE SCATTERED PORTIONS: WILLIAM BLAKE'S BIOLOGICAL SYMBOLISM.
Athens: Privately Published, 1986. First edition. 77 illustrations; 260 pages. More
LONDON BUTTETIN NO 3, JUNE 1938.
London: London Gallery, 1938. 28 pages sewn into paper wraps; Original order form laid in. More
THE STORY OF PAINTING: The Essential Guide to the History of Western Art
New York: Dorling Kindersley, 1994. Second printing. 11" x 8.5"; 400 pages. More
THE PASSIONATE SIGHTSEER, FROM THE DIARIES, 1947 TO 1956.
New York: Simon and Schuster & Abrams, 1960. First edition. 168 illustrations, 3 of which are in color. More
FORTY YEARS WITH BERENSON.
New York: Knopf, 1966. First edition. Introduction by Kenneth Walker. More
ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPTS: TRISTAN AND ISOLDE: from a manuscript of "The Romance of Tristan" (15th century)
Miller Graphics, 1978. 11" x 8.5"; 124 pages. More
AMERICA: A PROPHECY.
Normal IL: American Blake Foundation, 1974. Introduction by G.E. Bentley and signed by him; Limited edition limited to 500 number and signed copies; Materials for the Study of William Blake Series Volume I; 20 pages of text and 26 plates of the reproducing the original manuscript. More
THE PROPHETIC WRITINGS OF WILLIAM BLAKE.
Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1964. In Two Volumes; Edited with a genaral Introduction, Glossarial Index of Symbols, Commentary and Appendices by D.J. Sloss and J.P.R. Wallis; xv, 649 & xxii, 361 pages. More
WILLIAM BLAKE: 1757-1827.
Philadelphia: Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1939. A descriptive Catalogue of an exhibition of the works of William Blake selected from collections in the United States; 175 pages. More
STRUCTURIST RELIEFS 1966 - 1975.
1975. First printing. Exhibition Catalogue from the Saskatoon Public Library Art Gallery; Hand-written note signed by the author/artist laid-in; 23 pages, 11 color photographs. More
ZUNIGA: THE COMPLETE GRAPHICS.
New York: Alpine Fine Arts, 1984. First printing. Signed presentation copy from the Jerry Brewster to Dushka Howarth; Price list and promotional mailing for the related show laid-in; Interview and essay by Burt Chernow; 245 pages. More
ALBRECHT DURER LANDSCHAFTSAQUARELLE.
Berlin: Die Silberman Ducher, 1934. Eleven beautiful color illustrations of Durer's landscapes on heavy paper; Text in German;. More
THE ARTS OF ANCIENT KOREA.
Seoul: Kwang Myong, 1979. Second edition. 397 pages with 273 plates. More
DESTINATION MARS IN ART, MYTH, AND SCIENCE.
New York: Penguin Books, 1997. First printing. 228 pages. More
CONTEMPORARY BRITISH STUDIO CERAMICS.
New Haven: Yale University Press, 2010. First printing. Foreward by Phil Kline; Essays by Tanya Harrod, Michelle Mickey, Glenn Adamson and Annie Carlano; 215 pages, numerous color illustrations. More
THE WORD ACCOMPLISHED.
London: World's End Press, N.D., c. 1980. 8 1/2 X 11 paperback facsimile reproduction of the fine press edition. Illustrated with ethings by Natalie d'Arbeloff. More