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The Devonshire Inheritance: Five Centuries of Collecting at Chatsworth – Needlework Picture of Chatsworth (detail), ca. 1590-1600, silk threads on linTHE DEVONSHIRE INHERITANCE: Five Centuries of Collecting at Chatsworth

432 pages, softbound, with 284 full-color plates, 52 comparative illustrations, timeline, and family tree; authored by Nicholas Barker, former Deputy Keeper at the British Library; with contributions by Diana Scarisbrick, independent curator and recognized scholar of jewelry and gems; with a foreword by His Grace,The Duke of Devonshire; published 2003.

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Grandma Moses in the 21st Century - Moving Day on the Farm (detail), Grandma Moses, 1951, oil on pressed wood, private collection, courtesy Galerie StGrandma Moses in the 21st Century

264 pages, softbound and hardbound, with 117 full-color plates and 57 comparative illustrations; hardcover distributed by Yale University; authored by Jane Kallir, renowned Moses scholar; Roger D. Cardinal, University of Kent at Canterbury; Lynda R. Hartigan, Smithsonian American Art Museum; Judith E. Stein, independent scholar and art historian; and Michael D. Hall, artist and formerly Head of Sculpture at Cranbrook Academy; published 2001.

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Nineteenth Century Dutch Watercolors - Canal with Old Houses, Wijnandus Johannes Josephus Nuyen, 1838, pen and brown ink and gray washes on paper, MusNINETEENTH-CENTURY DUTCH WATERCOLORS AND DRAWINGS from the Museum Boijmans-van Beuningen, Rotterdam

215 pages, softbound, with 79 comparative illustrations and 83 full-color plates; essays written by Robert-Jan te Rijdt, Curator of Drawings at the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, Dr. Saskia de Bodt, Lecturer in Art History, University of Utrecht, and Professor Evert van Uitert, University of Amsterdam; published 1998; out of print.

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Empire of the Sultans: Ottoman Art from the Khalili Collection - One of Two Pages from the Siyer-I Nebi of Erzurumlu Mustafa Darir, Istanbul, ca. 1594EMPIRE OF THE SULTANS: Ottoman Art from the Khalili Collection

304 pages, softbound, with 229 full-color plates and map; authored by J. Michael Rogers, Professor of Art and Archaeology, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London; published 2000.

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The Cecil Family Collects - Cabinet, Attributed to Leonardo van der Vinne, Florence, ca. 1680, ebony with bone and mother-of-pearl marquetry, marble oTHE CECIL FAMILY COLLECTS: Four Centuries of Decorative Arts from Burghley House

231 pages, softbound, with 44 comparative illustrations and 155 full-color plates essays written by Dr. Oliver Impey, Curator of Asian Art, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, and Dr. Christina Nelson, Curator of Decorative Arts, Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City; published 1998; out of print.

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Alphonse Mucha: The Spirit of Art Nouveau - Sixth Sokol Festival, Alphonse Mucha, 1912, color lithograph, Collection of Ivan Lendl.ALPHONSE MUCHA: The Spirit of Art Nouveau

344 pages, softbound and hardbound, with 284 color plates, 112 black-and-white illustrations; selections and essays written by Victor Arwas, coordinating curator for the exhibition; Anna Dvoøák, leading Mucha specialist in the United States; Jana A. Brabcová-Orlíková, Mucha specialist from the Czech Republic; Quentin Bajac of the Musée d'Orsay, Paris; Jean-Marie Bruson of the Musée Carnavalet, Paris; Ronald F. Lipp; Suzanne Jackson; Geraldine Mucha; Diana Scarisbrick and Jack Rennert; printed 1998; out of print.

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A Taste for Splendor: Military Presentation Cup (detail), Johann Christian Barbé, St. Petersburg, 1834, gold, The Hillwood Museum.A Taste for Splendor: RUSSIAN IMPERIAL AND EUROPEAN TREASURES FROM THE HILLWOOD MUSEUM

340 pages, 250 color plates and 105 comparative illustrations, hardbound distributed by University of Washington Press; essays written by Anne Odom and Liana Paredes Arend, both Curators of the Hillwood Museum, and by Fred Fisher, Director of the Hillwood Museum, with a preface written by Prof. Mikhail Piotrovskii of the State Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia; published 1998.

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Old Masters Brought to Light - The Holy Family with Saint John the Baptist, Jacob Jordaens, ca. 1620-22, oil on canvas, National Museum of Art of RomaOld Masters Brought to Light: EUROPEAN PAINTINGS FROM THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF ART OF ROMANIA

116 pages, softbound, with 30 full-color illustrations and 47 black-and-white comparative illustrations; selections and essay written by Dr. Diane De Grazia, Chief Curator of the Cleveland Museum of Art and Guest Curator for the exhibition; Dr. Mariana Dragu, Curator of European Painting, and several of her esteemed colleagues from the National Museum of Art of Romania; published 1997; out of print.

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Munch and Women: Image and Myth - Madonna, Edvard Munch, 1895, color woodcut and lithograph, Epstein Family Collection. MUNCH AND WOMEN: Image and Myth

232 pages, softbound, with 71 full-page plates accompanied by black-and-white comparatives (over 100 illustrations); written by Dr. Patricia G. Berman, Associate Professor of Art at Wellesley College, and Dr. Jane Van Nimmen, former Fine Arts Bibliographer at the Library of Congress and Curator of the Epstein Family Collection; foreword by Sarah G. Epstein; published 1997; out of print.

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Shaker: The Art of Craftsmanship - Counter, pine, fruitwood knobs, iron hinges, red ochre pigment, varnish, ca. 1820; Basket, ash, ca. 1840, The MountSHAKER: The Art of Craftsmanship

178 pages, softbound, with 89 full-color illustrations and 54 black-and-white illustrations; selections and essays written by Timothy D. Rieman, Guest Curator of the exhibition and Susan L. Buck, furniture conservator; published in 1995; out of print.


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Drawings from the Albertina - Cottages under a Stormy Sky (detail), Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn, mid-1630s, pen and brown ink and gray wash on paper, DRAWINGS FROM THE ALBERTINA: Landscape in the Age of Rembrandt

212 pages, softbound, approximately 100 four-color plates, various black-and-white comparative photographs written by Dr. Marian Bisanz-Prakken, Curator of Dutch Drawings at the Albertina, Vienna, Austria; published 1995; out of print.

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Visions of Love and Life - Morgan le Fay, Frederick Sandys, 1864, oil on wood panel, The Birmingham Collection, EnglandVisions of Love and Life: PRE-RAPHAELITE ART from the Birmingham Collection, England

336 pages, softbound, over 200 illustrations, 125 in color and 100 in black and white; written by Stephen Wildman, Curator of Prints and Drawings at the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, additional essays by Jan Marsh and John Christian. Published 1995; out of print.

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Nineteenth Century German, Austrian and Hungarian Drawings from Budapest - 1994 - Kajetán Erdödy's Children, Josef Kriehuber, watercolor heightened wiNINETEENTH-CENTURY GERMAN, AUSTRIAN AND HUNGARIAN DRAWINGS FROM BUDAPEST

240 pages, softbound, with 96 full-page plates and 77 comparative illustrations; written by Dr. Teréz Gerszi and Dr. Zsuzsa Gonda of the Budapest Museum of Fine Arts; Dr. Éva Bajkay of the Hungarian National Gallery and Szilvia Bodnár, Andrea Czére and Judit Geskó; published in 1994; out of print.


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Egon Schiele-1994 - Female Nude on Checkered Cloth, 1911, watercolor and pencil on paper, Neue Galerie am Landesmuseum Joanneum, Graz.EGON SCHIELE

192 pages; softbound, with 101 color plates, 83 blank and white documentary illustrations; bibliography and index; authored by Jane Kallir, Co-director, Galerie St. Etienne, with an essay by Alessandra Comini, published 1994.

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MASTERWORKS OF AMERICAN IMPRESSIONISM from the Pfeil Collection

 284 pages, softbound and hardbound, with 95 color illustrations, written by Dr. William H. Gerdts, Professor of Art History in the Graduate School of the City University of New York, with entries by David B. Dearinger, Adjunct Professor of Art History, Fashion Institute of Technology, SUNY, published 1992; out of print.

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Tales of Japan - 1992 - One of Thirty-Six Immortals of Japanese Poetry, Sumiyoshi Jokei , middle 17th century, Edo period, ink, colors, silver and golTales of Japan: THREE CENTURIES OF JAPANESE PAINTING from the Chester Beatty Library, Dublin

159 pages, softcover, with 65 full-page plates, written by Yoshiko Ushioda, Japanese Curator at the Chester Beatty Library and Guest Curator of the exhibition; published 1992; out of print.

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The Art of Thomas Rowlandson-1990 - The Band, Thomas Rowlandson, ca. 1780, pen and ink and watercolor over pencil, Peter Fry, London.THE ART OF THOMAS ROWLANDSON

190 pages, softcover, 84 full-page plates, 29 comparative illustrations, written by Dr. John Hayes, Director of the National Portrait Gallery, London; published 1990; out of print.


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Art That Works: Decorative Arts of the Eighties-1990 - Silk Tapestry (Untitled #6), Ruth Lee Kao, 1986, silk, Courtesy of the artist's children.Art That Works: DECORATIVE ARTS OF THE EIGHTIES Crafted in America

160 pages, softcover, 131 color plates, written by Lloyd E. Herman, founding director of the Smithsonian Institution's Renwick Gallery; published 1990; out of print.


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Surimono from the Chester Beatty Collection- 1987 - Moon and pine trees (detail), late 1850s/early1860s, KÇ Sãkoku II, Chester Beatty Collection.SURIMONO FROM THE CHESTER BEATTY COLLECTION 

160 pages, softcover, over 100 illustrations, text by Roger S. Keys, noted Surimono scholar and Director of the the Center for Study of Japanese Woodblock Prints, Woodacre, California, with an introduction by Wilfred Lockwood, Director, Chester Beatty Library; published 1987.

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