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121 Art Nouveau) MURRAY, Alden (intro.) Art Nouveau
Finch College Museum of Art, 1969, 
(Art Nouveau). Art Nouveau. Introduction by Alden Murray. NY: Finch CollegeMuseum of Art, 1969. Pp. [32] pp., unpaginated. Illustrated. Large 8vo, pu rple illustrated card covers. The accompanying catalogue to an exibition held at the Finch College Museum of Art in New York from April 30 to June 15,1969. With examples of furniture, stained glass, jewellry and artwork from the period. Bend to lower corner, narrow black line along the upper front cover, else vg. 20.00

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122 ART) Illustrator - Illustrated 2. in dj
Roto-Sadag, 1980, ISBN:2880460042 
(ART). Illustrator - Illustrated 2. (Geneva: Roto-Sadag, 1980). Pp. 365. With over 1000 colour illustrations. 4to, black cloth, white titles to spine. The second volume in a series containing the work of more than 300 illustrators, graphists and designers from nineteen countries. Vg in dj (light wear at lower corners). 45.00

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123 Art) Nova Scotian Pictures : Catalogue of an Exhibition
1946, 
(Art). Nova Scotian Pictures : Catalogue of an Exhibition. Halifax : Dept. of Education, 1946. Pp (6),7-15,(1). 8vo, card covers. Sponsored by the Adult Education Division of the Department of Education, The Nova Scotia College of Art, and the Nova Scotia Society of Artists. Not illustrated. Vg. 10.00

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124 Art) Prints and Drawings of the Weimar Republic
Institute for Foreign Cultural Relations, 2000, 
(Art). Prints and Drawings of the Weimar Republic. N.pl.: (Institute for Foreign Cultural Relations, 2000). Printed in Stuttgart by Heinrich Fink GmbH& Co. Pp. 226. With 146 examples of works by the artists. Double column. 4 to, white illustrated card covers, french flaps. Vg. 40.00

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125 Art). ROSENBERG, Avis Lang CHOPRA-PARASHAR, Chander ROSENBERG, Avis Lang Mirrorings : Women Artists of the Atlantic Provinces
Art Gallery, Mount Saint Vincent University / MSVU / M.S.V.U., Halifax, 1982, 
(Art). ROSENBERG, Avis Lang. Mirrorings : Women Artists of the Atlantic Provinces. Halifax : Art Gallery, Mount Saint Vincent University, (1982). Pp (3),4-45,(3). Illustrated. 4to, card covers. Includes Newfoundland artist Chander Chopra-Parashar; Nova Scotia artists Karen Leigh Casselman, Renate Deppe, Nancy Edell, Susan Gibson, Sheena Gourlay, Charlotte Wilson Hammond, Sarah Jackson, Susanne MacKay, and Anne C. Morrell; P.E.I. artist Hilda Woolnough; and New Brunswick artists Laura Burke, Catherine Hale, Kathy Hooper,and Barbara Sternberg. Very good. 12.50

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126 ART, John. Tempo Championship Word Find Anthology #1
Grosset & Dunlap, Inc., New York, 1973, ISBN:0448057263 
ART, John. Tempo Championship Word Find Anthology #1. New York : Grosset & Dunlap, Inc., (1973). Pp [1]-158,(2). 8vo [trade paperback], illustrated white card covers, with brown trim. An unsolved collection of 62 championshipscrambled word find puzzles, with solutions at rear. Very good. 10.00

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127 ART, John. Tempo Championship Word Find Puzzles #1
Tempo Books, Grosset & Dunlap, Inc., New York, 1973, ISBN:0448057034 
ART, John. Tempo Championship Word Find Puzzles #1. New York : Tempo Books,Grosset & Dunlap, Inc., (1973). Pp [1]-128. Small 8vo [mas market paperbac k], illustrated tan and black card covers, edges dyed yellow. An unsolved collection of 50 championship scrambled word find puzzles, with solutions atrear. Edgeworn, else very good. 10.00

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128 ART, John. Tempo Championship Word Find Puzzles #2
Tempo Books, Grosset & Dunlap, Inc., New York, 1973, ISBN:0448057077 
ART, John. Tempo Championship Word Find Puzzles #2. New York : Tempo Books,Grosset & Dunlap, Inc., (1973). Pp [1]-128. Small 8vo [mas market paperbac k], illustrated black card covers, edges dyed yellow. An unsolved collection of 50 championship scrambled word find puzzles, with solutions at rear. Edgeworn, else very good. 10.00

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129 ART, John. Tempo Championship Word Find Puzzles #3
Tempo Books, Grosset & Dunlap, Inc., New York, 1974, ISBN:0448057360 
ART, John. Tempo Championship Word Find Puzzles #3. New York : Tempo Books,Grosset & Dunlap, Inc., (1974). Pp [1]-128. Small 8vo [mas market paperbac k], illustrated orange card covers, edges dyed yellow. An unsolved collection of 50 championship scrambled word find puzzles, with solutions at rear. Very good. 10.00

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130 ART, Robert J., Vincent DAVIS, and Samuel P. HUNTINGTON (eds.) DAVIS, Vincent HUNTINGTON, Samuel P. Reorganizing America's Defence : Leadership in War and Peace. First Editionin dustjacket
Pergamon - Brassey's International Defence Publishers, Washington [et al], 1985, ISBN:0080319734 
ART, Robert J., Vincent DAVIS, and Samuel P. HUNTINGTON (eds.). Reorganizing America's Defence : Leadership in War and Peace. Published with the cooperation of the Ford Foundation. Washington [et al] : Pergamon - Brassey's International Defence Publishers, (1985). First Edition. Pp (4),v-xxiv,(4),3-436,2). Index. 8vo, black cloth, white lettering to spine. "Is the United States defense establishment today well run? To ask that question is to provoke a set of additional Queries. For example, are resources allocated efficiently enough, in peacetime, to produce well trained and well equipped combat units? In wartime, will the command arrangements currently in force be sufficient to provide for the combined arms approach that modern battles require? Are the military properly organized so as to give timely and integrated advice to their civilian superiors? Have the civilians in the defense establishment usurped the traditional prerogatives of the military? Is there a process in place that produces a ciear-cut, rational strategy to govern the use of force? Are decisions on programs and force structures clearly related to strategy? In its structure and operation, how does the American defense establishment compare to those of other nations? Is it better or more poorly managed? Are there lessons for improvement that can be derived from a study of how other nations manage their defense establishments? Finally, if some changes in structure and procedure are necessary, what are the alternatives, and the costs and benefits of each? These are the range of subjects to which the authors in this volume address themselves." (from the Introduction by Robert J. Art). Contents : Introduction : Pentagon reform in comparative and historical perspective (by Robert J. Art). Part I : Defense organization at home and abroad. 1. Defense policymaking in the Soviet Union (by Edward L. Warner III). 2. Civilian and military influence in managing the arms race in the U.S.S.R. (by Stephen M. Meyer). 3. Central defense organization in the United Kingdom (by Michael Hobkirk). 4. Defense organization in Germany : a twice told tale (by Catherine McArdle Kelleher). 5. Military organizations and policymaking in Israel (by Aharon Yariv). 6. The dynamics of Israeli national security decisionmaking (by Amos Perlmutter). 7. Changes in Canada's organization for defense, 1963-1983 (by W. Harriet Critchley). 8. The evolution of central U.S. defense management (by Vincent Davis). 9. The wars within : the Joint Military Structure and its critics (by William J. Lynn). Part II : Defense reform in the United States. 10. Strategymaking in the Pentagon (by Robert W. Komer). 11. Organization and strategy (by Samuel P. Huntington). 12. The Office of the Secretray of Defense (by James Schlesinger). 13. The JCS -- Views of participants (by Chairman's special study group). 14. The U.S. military chain of command present and future(by William Y. Smith). 15. Comments on Smith's proposal (by David C. Jones , Edward C. Meyer III, and Thor Hanson). 16. Rewriting the Key West accord (by Morton H. Halperin and David Halperin). 17. Resource allocation in the Pentagon (by Vincent Puritano). 18. A critique of the PPB system (by PhilipOdeen). 19. How to improve the acquisition of weapons (by Jacques S. Gansl er). 20. Congress and the defense budget : enhancing policy oversight (by Robert J. Art). Very good in dustjacket. 35.00

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131 ARTHUR, John Realist Drawings & Watercolors : Contemporary American Works on Paper. First Edition in dustjacket
New York Graphic Society, Boston, 1980, ISBN:0821211021 
ARTHUR, John. Realist Drawings & Watercolors : Contemporary American Works on Paper. Boston : New York Graphic Society, (1980). First Edition. Pp (5),6-144. Illustrated. 4to, grey cloth, silver lettering to spine. "The brilliant renaissance of realism in the past two decades has brought with it a strongly revived interest in drawing. Many of the most important realist artists make drawings as ends in themselves, sometimes working superbly within the tradition of linear draftsmanship, but often breaking out of its confines to work in more painterly modes, in unconventional media, or on unprecedented scale. These "works on paper" are fresh, immensely appealing, and f ascinating in their diversity. Realist Drawings & Watercoiors is a timely survey of this varied field. More than fifty artists are represented, most with two or three works from the past decade; almost all are dependent works rather than studies for paintings. The artists include old masters of the figurative scene (Fairfield Porter, Philip Pearlstein, Neil Weillver), photorealists in the news (Richard Estes, Chuck Close), well- known but very disparate artists like David Hockney and Red Grooms, and some lesser- known younger people who are fanatic draftsmen, working in extreme detail or on an extraordinary scale. Author John Arthur is close to many of these artists, and his lively text is largely based on interviews with them. He deals withthem individually, but also considers some of the larger questions arising from the works - the place of figurative art and drawing during the period dominated by abstraction, the reeducation of eye and hand required. Realis m has now emerged as a dominant mode, but very little of a substantial nature has been published on it; this handsome book is the first to deal with the drawings and watercolors." (from the dj). Contents : Introduction. 1. The emerging image: East Coast, West Coast -- Fairfield Porter, Richard Diebenkorn. 2. Realism: the first generation -- Philip Pearlstein, Alfred Leslie, Jack Beal, Alex Katz, Wayne Thiebaud, John Button, Jane Freilicher, Neil Welliver. 3. Photo-Realism -- Richard Estes, Ralph Goings, Robert Bechtle, John Baeder, Robert Cottingham, Lowell Nesbitt, James Valerio, JosephRaffael, Chuck Close, Ben Schonzeit. 4. Realism: variation and divergence -- Elmer Bischoff, James Weeks, Michael Mazur, Sidney Goodman, Red Grooms,Alice Neel, Luis Cruz Azaceta, David Hockney, Willard Migette, Catherine Murphy, William Bailey, William Beckman, Daniel Lang, James McGarrell, Susan Hall, Ellen Lanyon, Richard Haas, John Moore, Yvonne Jacquette, JanetFish, Stephen Posen, Barnet Rubinstein, Don Nice. 5. Fanatic draftsmen -- AnnMcCoy, Patricia Tobacco Forrester, Susan Shatter, Bill Sullivan, Carolyn Brady, Sondra Freckleton, Martha Mayer Erlebacher, William Allan, Theo Wujcik, Joe Nicastri, Juan Gonzales, P. S. Gordon. Some Concluding Thoughts. Edges sunned, else very good in spine-chipped, unclipped dustjacket. 40.00

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132 ARTHUR, John Spirit of Place : Contemporary Landscape Painting & the American Tradition.First Edition in dustjacket
Bulfinch Press / Little, Brown and Company, Boston / Toronto / London, 1989, ISBN:0821217070 
ARTHUR, John. Spirit of Place : Contemporary Landscape Painting & the American Tradition. Boston / Toronto / London : Bulfinch Press / Little, Brown and Company, (1989). First Edition. (5),6-159,(1). Illustrated. Triple Column. Oblong 4to, blue cloth, gilt lettering to spine. "This stunning survey of some of the most beautitul and lyrical paintings created in recent decades demonstrates that Realism has remained a strong and constant link in American art. In Spirit of Place noted curator and art advisor John Arthur vividly refutes the firmly held critical perception that the great wave of abstraction at mdcentury swept all before it. In fact, many of the finest artists of each generation have responded intensely to the beauty of the land through an infinite variety of Realist expression in painting. In a provocative text informed by interviews and correspondence with many of the artists.Arthur examines contemporary landscape painting against the background of the grand late-nineteenth-century paintings of Frederic Church and the works of the great figures who followed, including Homer, Burchfield, Hopper, and O'Keette. Reviewing the landscape of the past three decades, Arthur discusses some sixty contemporary artists, among them Diebenkorn, Katz, Estes, Wyetn, Thiebaud, Beckman, Blaine, and Tobacco Forrester, and illustrates their work with seventy-seven full-page color plates — immensely appealing and dramatic images that will captivate every lover of landscape. In chapers devoted to the differing formal approaches of the painters of the '70s and '80s, he challenges art historians and critics, demonstrating that the web of the Realist tradition has many strands: some of the paintings included here are Expressionist in feeling, while others are romantic or even show the hardeer edge of Photo-Realism. But all speak to our renewed sense of the preciousness of the land, and each evokes in its way the "spirit od place."(from th dj). Contents : 1. American light: the shaping of a national trad ition : Frederic Edwin Church, Martin Johnson Heade, George Innes, Albert Pinkham Ryder, Winslow Homer. 2. The landscape interpreted: Charles Burchfield, Edward Hopper, Maxfield Parrish, Marsden Hartley, Charles Sheeler, Grant Wood, Alexandre Hogue, Georgia O'Keeffe, Milton Avery, Edwin Dickinson, Andrew Wyeth. 3. Toward a new realism: Richard Diebenkorn, Fairfield Porter,Alfred Leslis, Philip Peralstein, Elmer Bischoff, Peter Milton, Gabriel La deman, Neil Welliver, Alex Katz, Wayne Thiebaud . 4. Painterly realism: James Weeks, Jane Freilischer, Paul Resika, Vincent Arcilesi, Jerome Witkin, George Nick, Richard Crozier, Keith Jacobshagen, Don Nice, Sheila Gardner, Susan Shatter, John Gordon, William Nichols. 5. The mirror of nature: Rachstraw Downes, Richard Estes, William Beckman, Catherine Murphy, Marjorie Portnow, Altoon Sultan, Ben Berns, Peter Poskas, Daniel Dallman, Walter Hatke, John Moore, Stephen Fischer, Harold Gregor, James Butler, James Valerio, Peter Holbrook, Sarah Supplee, Daniel Chard, Bill Richards. 6. Romantic landscape: Jack Beal, Richard Claude Ziemann, Russell Chatham, Robert Jordan, Richard Chiriani, David Ligare, Bonnie Sklarski, Juan Gonzalez, Bill Sullivan, Adele Alsop, Daniel Lange, George Harkins, Brooks Anderson, Simeon Lagodich, James Winn, Joseph Raffael, Paul Wonner, John Button. 7. Expressionist landscape: Alfred Leslie, Wolf Kahn, Nell Blaine, Bernard Chaet, Michael Mazur, Graham Nickson, Robert Birmelin, Patricia Tobacco Forrester, Sylvia Mangold, John Imber, April Gornik, David Bates, Alexandre Hogue, Tom Uttech. ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGES WILL BE REQUIRED FOR ORDERS OUTSIDE CANADA DUE TO ITS WEIGHT. Highlighting to bibliography, else very good in unclipped dustjacket. 40.00

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133 Arts and Letters Competition) McCARTHY, Michael J. DAWE, Thomas STACEY, Jean Winning Entries in the Nfld. 1974
1974, 
(Arts and Letters Competition). Winning Entries In The Newfoundland Government Sponsored Competition For The Encouragement of Arts and Letters, Etc., 1974. N.pl.: n.pub., 1974. Pp (4),3117,(1). 8vo, card covers. O'Dea A214. Contents : Mardi Bastow's poem "Old King"; Jean Stacey's short story "Just Today"; Thomas Dawe's radio play "From as Far as the Gull Flies"; Michael J. McCarthy's article "The Irish in Newfoundland, 1749-1800: A Miscelany of Irish Activity"; and art reproductions by Maureen Green, Scott Fillier, and Lorne Sweetapple. Vg. 25.00

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134 Arts and Letters Competition) O'NEILL, Paul DAWE, Tom CROCKER, Ron Winning Entries in the Nfld. 1968 Frecker copy
1968, 
(Arts and Letters Competition). Winning Entries In The Newfoundland Government Sponsored Competition For The Encouragement of Arts and Letters, Etc., 1968. N.pl.: n.pub., n.d. No printer given. Pp (8),1-87,(1). Illustrated. 8vo, card covers. O'Dea A214. Paul O'Neill's poem "Iceland Poppies" and his play "The Hush of the Starling"; Tom Dawe's narrative poem "Dog-Fish Summer"; Helen Porter's short story "An August Northeaster". No art works reproduced this year. From the library of G.A. Frecker, with his name on the cover. Vg. 25.00

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135 Arts and Letters Competition) O'NEILL, Paul GATTINGER, F. Eugene Winning Entries In The Newfoundland Government Sponsored Competition For The Encouragement of Arts and Letters, Etc., 1965. Frecker copy
1965, 
(Arts and Letters Competition). Winning Entries In The Newfoundland Government Sponsored Competition For The Encouragement of Arts and Letters, Etc., 1965. N.pl.: n.pub., n.d. No printer given. Pp (4),1-76. Illustrated. 8vo, stapled red and white card covers with balck lettering to front cover. O'Dea A214. F. Eugene Gattinger's "Agriculture in Newfoundland: An Unfulfilled Dream" (pp.53-76); Grace Butt's play "Winter Scene"; Paul O'Neill's poem "Let Us Talk of Warsaw Streets"; "Jackman the Hero," a ballad by Marcus Hopkins, Manuels, C.B. (ENL III:88-89 on William Jackman); Helen Porter's short story "A Case of Growing Up". Also 4 art works reproduced. From the libraryof G.A. Frecker, with his name on the cover. Vg. Due to its small size, sh ipping costs should be a bit cheaper than quoted. 30.00

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136 Arts and Letters Competition). O'NEILL, Paul. FORAN, E.B. FRECKER, G.A., foreword. Winning Entries In The Newfoundland Government Sponsored Competition For The Encouragement of Arts and Letters, Etc., 1963. Frecker copy
1963, 
(Arts and Letters Competition). Winning Entries In The Newfoundland Government Sponsored Competition For The Encouragement of Arts and Letters, Etc., 1963. N.pl.: n.pub., n.d. No printer given. Pp (4),5-56. Illustrated. 8vo, stapled whtie and green card covers with brown lettering to front cover. O'Dea A214. Enid Clench's 3-part radio play, set in an outport,"Her Own Surroundings"; Paul O'Neill's poem "Still Life No.1"; "Gill's Fight at Bonavista," a ballad by George Hoskins, Carbonear (Sir Michael Gill ENL II:524, DNLBp.123); Dennis Ferry's short story "D.M.P."; and E.B. Foran's "The Controv erted Elections and the Bank Crash, 1893-1894" (pp.37-56, see ENL II:290 & DNLB p.111, which note this essay). Foreword by G.A. Frecker. Also 4 art works reproduced. From the library of G.A. Frecker, with his name on the cover. Vg. Due to its small size, shipping costs should be a bit cheaper than quoted. 30.00

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137 Arts and Letters Competition). PORTER, Helen. GATTINGER, F. Eugene. BUTT, Grace. Winning Entries In The Newfoundland Government Sponsored Competition For The Encouragement of Arts and Letters, Etc., 1967. Frecker copy, with addendaleaf
1967, 
(Arts and Letters Competition). Winning Entries In The Newfoundland Government Sponsored Competition For The Encouragement of Arts and Letters, Etc., 1967. N.pl.: n.pub., n.d. No printer given. Pp (6),1-36,(2). Illustrated. 8vo, stapled white and blue card covers with black lettering to front cover.O'Dea A214. F. Eugene Gattinger's narrative poem "Quattrocentennial" (pp.5 376); Grace Butt's poem "Storm Caught"; Dorothy E. Kelly's short story "OurFather"; Helen Porter's play "Those People". Also 3 art works reproduced. From the library of G.A. Frecker, with his name on the cover. With the addenda leaf (& accompanying typed note) supplying the missing text for p.26. Vg. Due to its small size, shipping costs should be a bit cheaper than quoted. 27.00

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138 Arts and Trades Valuable Secrets concerning Arts and Trades : or, approved Directions, fromthe best Artists, for the various methods Of engraving on Brass, Copper, o r Steel; Of the Composition of Metals, and Varnishes; Of Mastichs and Cements, Sealing-wax, &c. ...
Printed by Thomas Hubbard, Norwich , 1795, 
(Arts and Trades). Valuable Secrets concerning Arts and Trades : or, approved Directions, from the best Artists, for the various methods Of engraving on Brass, Copper, or Steel; Of the Composition of Metals, and Varnishes; OfMastichs and Cements, Sealing-wax, &c.; Of Colours and Painting, for Carri age Painters; Of Painting on Paper; Of Compositions for Limners; Of Transparent Colours; How to dye Skins or Gloves; To colour or varnish Copperplate Prints; Of Painting on Glass; Of Colours of all sorts, for Oil, Water, and Crayons; Of the Art of Gilding; The Art of dying Woods, Bones, &c.; The Artof Moulding; The Art of making Wines; Of the various Compositions of Vineg ars; Of Liquors and Essential Oils; Of the Confectionary Art; Of taking outall sorts of Spots sand Stains. Norwich : Printed by Thomas Hubbard, 1795. Pp (2),[i]-xxii,[1]-240. Small 8vo, full calf. Heavy wear to covers, inner hinges cracked, waterstaining and foxing to some leaves, light foxing and smudging throughout, tears to a couple of leaves, overall a worn but complete copy. As is. 600.00

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139 Arts Atlantic, Vol.1, No.2, Winter/Spring 1978 REDGRAVE, Felicity. HOLMAN, H.T. LEARNING, Walter Porter's magic Dreams. An article on Yarmouth, N.S., artist Brian (Dusty) Porter, in Arts Atlantic, Vol.1, No.2, Winter/Spring 1978
Confederation Centre Art Gallery and Museum, Charlottetown, PEI , 1978, 
REDGRAVE, Felicity. "Porter's magic Dreams." An article on Yarmouth, N.S., artist Brian (Dusty) Porter, in Arts Atlantic, Vol.1, No.2, Winter/Spring 1978, pp 10-14, with 5 photos. Charlottetown, PEI : Confederation Centre ArtGallery and Museum, 1978. Pp [1]-34,(6). Illustrated. Double column. 4to, illustrated stapled wrappers. Also Mary Pat MacKenzie's "Interview with Walter Learning" [New Brunswick - Theatre]; Condon Laurette's "A Look at The Atlantic Conservation Centre"; H.T. Holman's "Neil Chodorow" [PEI]; Eric Cameron's "Frank Lapointe" [Newfoundland]. Rubbed, else very good. For the issue 6.00

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140 Artscanada / Arts Canada.. GREENWOOD, Michael FRY, Philip CHANDLER, John Noel Artscanada. Vol. 29, No. 1, Issue No. 164/165, February/March 1972
Society for Art Publications, Toronto , 1972, 
(Artscanada). Artscanada. Vol. XXIX, No. 1, Issue No. 164/165, February/March 1972. Toronto : Society for Art Publications, 1972. Pp [1]-76. Illustrated. Double Column. 4to, illustrated card covers. Contents : “John Boyle” byMichael Greenwood; “letters purporting to be abt tom thomson” by Roy K. Ki yooka; “The artist in the landscape: Robin Mackenzie” by John Noel Chandler; “only take for granted the things that you can touch” by Tom Burrows; “Paul Red-Beard: A Canadian Hero” by Theodore Allen Heinrich; “Native Art of North America: a review article” by Joan M. Vastokas; “Robert Hedrick” by Barrie Hale; “François Dallegret: a catalogue” with notes by Peter Blake; “Tony Tascona” by Philip Fry; “The contingencies of color and form: Reg Holmes” by Walter Klepec; and more. Rubbed, else very good. 10.00

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