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  • MONACHINO, Teresa. [CRUCKSHANK, Dan Foreword]
    Around the world with the Bodini family

    Privately printed by the author 2009

    60pp, case bound with bookmark and luggage label ticket. Printed by The Society of Revisionist Typographers. Limited edition. [40 printed in the edition?] Colophon noting this is an artist's proof. Mss postcard from the author to Gavin, signed with note saying the book won a design award and another from the author wishing him a Happy Easter. Associates this particular typeface with places. Ex libris Gavin Stamp with his bookplate.

    Stock ID: 20129
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  • (ART WORKERS GUILD)
    Beauty's Awakening A Masque of Winter and of Spring. The Studio Summer Number, 1899

    London The Studio 1899

    The Studio Summer Number 1899. 44pp + 59 full page plates. 4to gilt lettered, red morocco, marbled endpapers. Boards a little rubbed with small chip to the spine else vg. Loosely inserted exhibition cards. bookplate of Samuel Davies Frodsham on the front pastedown. From the collection of Gavin Stamp, with a pencil ownership inscription on the fep. Written designed & contrived by the members of the Art Workers' Guild, and finally presented by them in the Guildhall of the City of London including Walter Crane. Custom made binding.

    Stock ID: 20150
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  • China Painting by LEWIS, Florence.
    LEWIS, Florence.
    China Painting

    London Cassell & Company, 1883

    55pp, colour illustrations. Small long quarto. Some light scattered foxing, but plates unaffected to make a good very good copy. A guide from the 1800s to the style of China painting, including 16 original coloured chromolitho plates. The publication of books by women designers reflects the increasing the visibility of Women Artists at the time. Lewis produced painted tiles for Doulton as accomplished finisher. She presents her practical guide to the materials and process of decorating china, with special attention to mixing and matching colours.

    Stock ID: 20176
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  • (GOREY) NEUMEYER, Peter F and GOREY, Edward.
    Donald and the

    Harry N. Abrams Inc. (1969) 2004

    Unpaginated 42pp. 18 b/w plates, decorated endpapers. Long 8vo illustrated boards with dw. Fine.

    Stock ID: 20067
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  • (GOREY) NEUMEYER, Peter F and GOREY, Edward.
    Donald has a Difficulty

    Harry N. Abrams Inc. (1970) 2004

    Unpaginated 48pp. 20 b/w plates, decorated endpapers. Long 8vo illustrated boards with dw. Fine. Sequel to Donald and...

    Stock ID: 20066
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  • E McKnight Kauffer by [McKNIGHT KAUFFER] HAWORTH - BOOTH, Mark.
    [McKNIGHT KAUFFER] HAWORTH - BOOTH, Mark.
    E McKnight Kauffer

    London V&A

    4to. Decorated wrappers Fine. Ex libris with bookplate of GS on inside of front wrapper. Two pieces of correspondence inserted concerning the erection of a blue plaque to E McKnight Kauffer written to Emily Cole at English Heritage - this maybe from Simon Randall who also made the preliminary report on a blue plaque for him and which is loosely inserted.

    Stock ID: 19855
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  • (FELIX KELLY)
    Felix Kelly

    London Partridge Fine Arts Ltd 1986

    Unpaginated 16pp. b/w + colour ills with captions. Sq 8vo illustrated wrappers. Catalogue for the exhibition held at Partridge Fine Arts, 5th to 21st November 1986, 26 works listed. Loosely inserted a.l.s from Felix Kelly to Gavin Stamp dated 18th April 1988. Concerns an article written by Gavin Stamp in the architects Journal on the Howard Building, Downing College, Oxford. Felix Kelly designed Henbury Hall for Sebastian De Ferranti, Henbury was based on Palladio's Villa Rotonda. The Architect of choice was Quinlan Terry,who was later removed from the project as his design was not to De Ferranti's taste. In this letter Kelly discusses encountering similar qualities with Terry's plan as were outlined in…

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    London Partridge Fine Arts Ltd 1986

    Unpaginated 16pp. b/w + colour ills with captions. Sq 8vo illustrated wrappers. Catalogue for the exhibition held at Partridge Fine Arts, 5th to 21st November 1986, 26 works listed. Loosely inserted a.l.s from Felix Kelly to Gavin Stamp dated 18th April 1988. Concerns an article written by Gavin Stamp in the architects Journal on the Howard Building, Downing College, Oxford. Felix Kelly designed Henbury Hall for Sebastian De Ferranti, Henbury was based on Palladio's Villa Rotonda. The Architect of choice was Quinlan Terry,who was later removed from the project as his design was not to De Ferranti's taste. In this letter Kelly discusses encountering similar qualities with Terry's plan as were outlined in Gavin Stamp's article on the Howard Building, . The first image to appear in the catalogue '2 Palladian House on the Causeway' has a pen annotation stating 'This is really Henbury'. From the collection of Gavin Stamp.

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    Stock ID: 20118
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  • PEAKE, Mervyn.
    Figures of Speech

    London Victor Gollancz Ltd 1954

    29pp, b/w ills. 8vo red cloth with illustrated dw. Two small tears to the upper wrapper else vg, wrappers preserved in archival sleeve. Ex Libris Gavin Stamp, with his bookplate on the front pastedown.

    Stock ID: 20145
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  • CHAPLIN, Stephen.
    Forty-two Exercises

    Leeds: Printed by W. S. Maney & Son Ltd. 1974

    Limited Edition of 100 copies, this being No. 26. Paperback. Yellow wrappers, lightly rubbed along spine, light spots to some pages, in good+ condition. Octavo. , 42 pages of passages, SIGNED by Stephen Chaplin on the title page, the author was an artist and lecturer in Art in Leeds from 1961-1991

    Stock ID: 20299
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  • Gorey Stories by (GOREY)
    (GOREY)
    Gorey Stories Playbill: The Booth Theatre

    New York Playbill October 1978

    98pp, b/w + colour ills, period ads. 8vo illustrated wrappers. Edward Gorey 'Gorey Stories' cover. Gorey Stories opened at The Booth Theatre, Broadway on October 30, 1978, for one night only.

    Stock ID: 20075
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  • JAGGER, Sargeant.
    Modelling and Sculpture in the Making

    London, Studio Limited "How to do it" Series [1933] Reprint edition of 1935

    79pp illustrated with 33 b/w tipped in photographs showing processes, tools and equipment, various clay models etc. 4to. Silvered decorated boards, cloth spine. Also analyses the work of key sculptors including Rodin, Bourdelle etc. Following active service in the First World War, Jagger sculpted many works on the theme of war and particularly war memorials which was one of Gavin's eduring interests. Signed on the paste down by a previous owner. With the bookplate of Gavin Stamp below. Loosely inserted short email correspondence concerning the condition of the Royal Artillery Monument, designed by Jagger which reveals Gavin's interest in Jagger and is beween Mark Jones at…

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    London, Studio Limited "How to do it" Series [1933] Reprint edition of 1935

    79pp illustrated with 33 b/w tipped in photographs showing processes, tools and equipment, various clay models etc. 4to. Silvered decorated boards, cloth spine. Also analyses the work of key sculptors including Rodin, Bourdelle etc. Following active service in the First World War, Jagger sculpted many works on the theme of war and particularly war memorials which was one of Gavin's eduring interests. Signed on the paste down by a previous owner. With the bookplate of Gavin Stamp below. Loosely inserted short email correspondence concerning the condition of the Royal Artillery Monument, designed by Jagger which reveals Gavin's interest in Jagger and is beween Mark Jones at the V&A and Gavin Stamp.

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    Stock ID: 20213
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  • [GILL] KINDERSLEY, David
    Mr Eric Gill: Recollections of David Kindersley

    USA The Ward Ritchie Press 1967

    [4],24pp., photographic portrait frontispiece, illus. throughout., 12mo., wrappers. Perfect bound with title on spine and Eric Gill monogram on upper wrapper. Very good copy. Signed by David Kindersley and dated 14th April 1970 on half title. With bookplate of Gavin Stamp on inside of wrapper. Scarce.

    Stock ID: 19931
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  • Pottery by Bernard Leach by [LEACH Bernard]
    [LEACH Bernard]
    Pottery by Bernard Leach

    London Crane Kalman Gallery 1967

    117pp. Long 8vo. White wrappers with pot on upper wrapper. Portrait frontis of Leach. Fine.

    Stock ID: 19762
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  • (SARAH LUCAS) Edited by Yilmaz Dziewior, Beatrix Ruf
    Sarah Lucas: Exhibitions and Catalogue Raisonné 1989-2005

    London Tate 2005

    195pp, colour + b/w illustrations. Large 4to boards with pictorial dust wrapper. Minor creases to the edge of the wrappers else very good. published on the occasion of the major survey exhibition held at Kunsthalle Zurich, Kunstverein in Hamburg and Tate Lverpool

    Stock ID: 19548
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  • Sports and Divertissments by JOHNSON, Ronald & SATIE, Erik ( Ian Hamilton Finlay & John Furnival )
    JOHNSON, Ronald & SATIE, Erik ( Ian Hamilton Finlay & John Furnival )
    Sports and Divertissments

    Edinburgh 1965. Wild Hawthorn Press

    9pp, Unpaginated. Card covers spiral bound. Good copy. These are poems made from Satie s notes, in French, to the piano pieces Sports and Divertissments. An early example of work from Ian Hamilton Finlays -Wild Hawthorn Pre Black & white drawings with gold decoration by John Furnival,. Previous owners name in pencil on inside of front wrapper.

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  • The Engraved Work of Eric Gill. by (GILL)
    (GILL)
    The Engraved Work of Eric Gill.

    Victoria and Albert Museum, 1963 Second impression 1969

    82pp, 220 b/w plates. Sm 4to. Decorated wraps. This book contains a representative selection of Gill's various achievements, depicting both religious and secular subjects, ranging in date from 1908 until the artist's death in 1940. Loosely inserted are three loosely inserted autographed letters, hand written and signed by David P written from Abbots End, Huntingdon concerning lettering that Eric Gill did for war memorials etc. Ex libris Gavin stamp with his book plate.

    Stock ID: 19932
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  • RUSKIN, John.
    The Political Economy of Art Being the substance (with additions) of two lectures delivered at Manchester, July 10th and 13th, 1857

    London Smith, Elder and Co. 1857

    First ed. 248pp, publishers ads on end papers. Original 8vo printed boards, spine repaired. Published as part of the publisher's 'New Cheap Series'. Bookplate of Arthur Digby Besant, 1914 and Gavin Stamp, 1978. Arthur Digby Besant was the son of Annie Bessant and joined the Theosophical Society in 1893. Architectural bookplate on paste down opposite that of Gavin's.

    Stock ID: 20262
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  • [SATURDAY BOOK] RUSSELL, Leonard. [Editor to 1952] HADFIELD, John. [Editor thereafter]
    The Saturday Book 3-34 + supplementary volume

    london Hutchinson 1941-1975 and 1981 "Best of Saturday Book" edition.

    Number 1 and 2 missing from this otherwise complete run. The many writers who contributed to the series included H. E. Bates, John Betjeman, Graham Greene, Laurie Lee, Philip Larkin, John Masefield, H. J. Massingham, George Orwell, J. B. Priestley, L. T. C. Rolt, Siegfried Sassoon, Evelyn Waugh and P. G. Wodehouse. The Saturday Book provided literary and artistic compendium about life in Britain during the Second World War and then the following decades. Illustrators included Noel Carrington, Laurence Scarfe, Agnes Millelr Parker and photographers regularly appearing include Bill Brandt, Edwin Smith an E. .O Hoppé amongst others. Nice set with dust wrappers and boxes where appropriate. All dust…

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    london Hutchinson 1941-1975 and 1981 "Best of Saturday Book" edition.

    Number 1 and 2 missing from this otherwise complete run. The many writers who contributed to the series included H. E. Bates, John Betjeman, Graham Greene, Laurie Lee, Philip Larkin, John Masefield, H. J. Massingham, George Orwell, J. B. Priestley, L. T. C. Rolt, Siegfried Sassoon, Evelyn Waugh and P. G. Wodehouse. The Saturday Book provided literary and artistic compendium about life in Britain during the Second World War and then the following decades. Illustrators included Noel Carrington, Laurence Scarfe, Agnes Millelr Parker and photographers regularly appearing include Bill Brandt, Edwin Smith an E. .O Hoppé amongst others. Nice set with dust wrappers and boxes where appropriate. All dust wrappers are slightly worn. Ex libris Gavin Stamp with his bookplate.

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    Stock ID: 20051
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  • [UNDERCURRENTS] BOYLE Sally and Godfrey [ Designers and Editors ]
    Undercurrents number 7 the magazine of radical science and peoples' technology

    Undercurrent 275 Finchley Road NW3 1974

    Special issue dedication to the liberation of communications. The magazine ran to 63 issues between 1971-1984 - approximately bi monthly. Striking cover design on this issue. 50pp. Good copy. House magazine for the alternative technology movement. This issue with contributions by Peter Harper, Editor without portfolio.

    Stock ID: 20325
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