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SOTHEBY & CO. 1) Catalogue of eighteenth , nineteenth and twentieth century paintings and sculpture : Thursday, July 31 , 1969 / Sotheby & Co AND 2) Catalogue of eighteenth and nineteenth century paintings : Thursday, June 26 , 1969 / Sotheby & Co AND 3) Catalogue of eighteenth and nineteenth century drawings : Thursday, July 24 , 1969 / Sotheby & Co AND 4) Catalogue of eighteenth and nineteenth century paintings: Wednesday, July 23, 1969 AND 5) Catalogue of eighteenth and nineteenth century drawings : Thursday, May 29 , 1969 AND 6) Catalogue of eighteenth and nineteenth century paintings: Thursday, June 5 , 1969 AND 7) Catalogue of eighteenth , nineteenth and twentieth century paintings: Wednesday, May 7, 1969 AND 8) Catalogue of fine eighteenth , nineteenth and twentieth century continental paintings: Wednesday, February 26, 1975 AND 9) Catalogue of fine nineteenth and twentieth century british and continental paintings, Wednesday, June 4, 1969 AND 10) Catalogue of important eighteenth , nineteenth century paintings: Wednesday, June 18, 1969 AND 11) Catalogue of eighteenth , nineteenth and century drawings: Thursday, June 19 , 1969 AND 12) Catalogue of Modern Dritish Drawings Paintins and Sculpture, Wednesday, April 23, 1969 AND 13) Catalogue of Modern Dritish Drawings Paintins and Sculpture, Wednesday, July 9, 1969, x SOTHEBY & CO 1969, 1975

7 original Broschuren, 8°,, very good copies

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MATHIEU. Georges Mathieu. ORIGINAL MAQUETTE. Rio de Janeiro. Museu de arte moderna. 1959.
ORIGINAL MAQUETTE for the catalogue of a Georges Mathieu exhibition held in Rio de Janeiro in 1959.The maquette is comprised of 20 pages and is illustrated by numerous pen and ink drawings by Mathieu. The design very closely matches that of the finished printed catalogue which is also offered with the maquette.Front cover - fine pen and ink drawing by Mathieu with additional red strip collagePage 2 (blank); Page 3 - area ruled in black pen, marking the section for a photographic illustration in final printed catalogue. Mathieu has also handwritten the accompanying text "Mathieu devant la toile acquise par le Musee de Rio de Janeiro en 1951" (this text translated into Portuguese in actual printed catalogue).Pages 4-5 - the artist has drawn parallel horizontal lines across the lower half of this double-page spread indicating where text is to be printed in the published cataloguePages 6-7 - six small drawings by Mathieu, each executed in black pen - each designating the position of reproductions of paintings in the published catalogue. Each of the drawings is titled in pen and given a date of execution. These handwritten dates are reproduced in printed form in the actual cataloguePages 8-9 - rectangular area ruled in black pen, marking the section for a photographic illustration in final printed catalogue. Mathieu has also handwritten the accompanying text beneath this box, the title of the painting "La Bataille de Bouvines 6m x 2m50, peinte a Paris en 1954"Pages 10-11 - horzontal parallel lines drawn in red pen across this double-page spread in the form of a triangle, indicating text to be printed in red in published cataloguePage 12 - Collage of drawing reproduction (alternate printing in final catalogue) - date handwritten in black ink beneath, with printed text collagePage 13 - fine pen and ink drawing by Mathieu, a sketch of his painting "Maximilien d'Autriche" - the sketch was drawn to indicate the positioning of a reproduction of the painting within the finished catalogue. Mathieu has also handwritten the title of the sketchPage 14 - fine pen and ink drawing by Mathieu, a sketch of painting entitled "Yang" dated 1958. This is not reproduced in published cataloguePage 15 - black and red pen and ink drawing by Mathieu, a sketch of his painting "Guillaume Fier a bras, chef des aventuriers Normands" - Mathieu has also handwritten the title of the painting, partly on a strip of collage. affixed over an erroneous titlePages 16-18 - parallel lines drawn to indicate position of text (the artist's activities in 1959 and list of museums with his work)Page 19 (blank)Page 20 - the rear cover of the maquette with small pen and ink drawing on the outer edge.The copy of the published catalogue, also present, is signed on the front cover by Mathieu and inscribed 'Pour Lucia'. The artist has also signed the first page 'Telman Kahn / 59 Mathieu' and added a flourish with a small drawing.Georges Mathieu developed a highly distinctive Abstract Expressionist style, which grew out of an emotionally driven, improvised and intuitive act of painting. In 1947 Mathieu joined forces with Camille Bryen to organize an exhibition of the tachist-oriented work he designated 'non-figuration psychique'. The paintings of Mathieu's he called 'lyrical abstractions' are beyond the constraints of tradition and formal regulative systems, placing Mathieu with Fautrier and Dubuffet as an important exponent of French Informel. Up to 1951 Mathieu continued to organize group shows, using them to demonstrate as one of the first Europeans to do so the importance of American Abstract Expressionism. Georges Mathieu was particularly interested in Jackson Pollock and his spontaneous gestural handling of paint.Somewhere between Happening and Action Painting, Mathieu succeeded in producing a decoratively linear painting reminiscent of calligraphy. Mathieu continued to perform his Action Paintings throughout Europe and, in 1957, in Tokyo to universal acclaim; his works were shown at special exhibitions in Paris and New York in 1950 and 1952. Mathieu participated in numerous international exhibitions, including documenta II in 1959.

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A catalogue of the valuable and extensive collection of prints, consisting principally of British portraits, the property of Henry Ibbot, embracing every description of character, from the earliest period down....by mr. Sotheby on the second of February and the 12 following days, 1818. 115 pp. describes 1420 items with the auction results in ink: Bound up with: A catalogue of the valuable collection of prints and drawings of Henry P.Hope with speciments of the italian, french, dutch and english engravers... by Leigh and Sotheby on the 18th of March 1813 and 7 follwoing dyas. 47 pp. (last pp. repaired) 755 items with auction results in ink; Bound up with: A catalogue of prints and fine books of prints, the property of Henry Hope.... by Sotheby the 5th of December and the 2 follwoing days. 23 pp.with auction results in ink. Bound up with: Catalogue of the genuine and entire collection of prints, books of prints, etc. of William Roscoe by Winstanley, 1816. 170 pp. Bound up with: A catalogue of the entire collection of pictures, prints and drawings of William Alexander.... by Sotheby, February 27 and the 4 follwoing days, 1817. 75 pp. Bound up with: A catalogue of prints chiefly of the modern celebrated engravers of the english, french and italian schools... by Sotheby. January 9, 1818 and the 4 following days. 32 pp. Bound up with: A catalogue of the valuable collection of prints by ancient and modern masters of I.F.Tuffen by Sotheby March the first and the 4 follwing days, 1821. 43 pp. Bound up with: A catalogue of the collection of prints of William Hogson principally of britsh portraits and topography.... by Sotheby. March the 16th & 17th of 1824. 18 pp. Bound up with: A catalogue of a curious collection of prints & drawings intended to a history of Music of Edward Jones by Sotheby onthe 15th of November and 5 following days, 1824. 36 pp. with auction results in pencil. Bound up with: A catalogue of the entire and valuble collection of books of Charles Muss, enamal painter to the King.....by Sotheby. on the 29th of November, 1824 and following day. 15 pp. Bound up with: A catalogue of a collection prints & drawings of Robert Wilkinson of engraved briths portraits by Sotheby on 22nd of March and 4 follwing days. 42 pp.

H.leather. Boards loose.*Fine collection of early auction-catalogues on print. Some browning and foxing.

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Charles Rare Books. A Catalogue of Detective Fiction. Catalogue 23. [with ] A Second Catalogue of Detective Fiction. Catalogue 55. [Charles Rare Books, bookseller's catalogues, 1955 and 1961 ] Charles Rare Books London, bookseller's catalogue, 1955 - 1961.
500 copies only. From the introduction to Catalogue 55: "This time we are able to offer over 500 items ranging in date from the formative period of the 1860's to the present day and containing a considerable number of extremely scarce key books in this genre. The purist may possibly complain that not all the books fall into the strict category of Detection and it is true that a few might be classed as Mystery or Thrillers or even Spy stories, but, by and large, we feel that this Catalogue contains a very wide sampling of both English and American Authors over the whole period. It is not out of place we hope to emphasise here the extreme scarcity of Detective First Editions as a whole and of some of the titles in particular and in this Catalogue we believe some adventurous Collector or far-sighted Librarian may find the opportunity of acquiring at one stroke the nucleus of an important subject collection."

2 vols, illustrated printed wrappers, 8vo, 25 + 35 pp, plates, ills. 404 + 520 items. Good.

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