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The Three Laws of Portraiture by Richard Wendorf, Director of the American Museum in Britain, explores the relationship between the painter and their sitter throughout the history of portraiture. Wendorf's charming anecdotes come together with beautifully printed color images in this limited edition bound in beige handmade paste paper.
Effect of Color details the foundation of Vasily Kandinsky's theory of art, originally published in the great painter's Concerning the Spiritual in Art. This bilingual edition contains an original introduction in which Professor Peter Vergo provides new insight into Kandinsky's journey to obtain true abstraction.
Bound in paper or in half-leather.
For almost two decades, Thornwillow Press has been working with Dr. Carney Gavin and the Archives for Historical Documentation to present this collection of 10 photogravures of Cairo, Jerusalem, Beirut, Medina, Mecca, Constantinople, And Bethlehem. These images, produced by photographers and archaeologists more than 100 years ago preserve a window through which the modern world can glimpse these ancient cities that were the birthplaces of modern culture.
The first portfolio in George Cochrane’s “Newburgh Suite,” commemorating the 750th anniversary of Dante’s birth. Purple cloth and handmade, yellow paste-paper, secured by a black ribbon.
This portfolio features the work of controversial Austrian artist Egon Schiele. Comprised of authentic facsimiles from the collections of the Neue Galerie New York and the Albertina, Vienna, Egon Schiele: Portraits highlights the startling emotional power and uncanny intimacy of the great artist's portrait pieces.