WENDINGEN juli en augustus 1919 - Very rare edition with original woodcuts: by Dutch artists Lion Cachet, K.P.C. de Bazel, J.L.M.Lauwericks, B. Essers, J.G.Veldheer, N.Eekman, J.B.Heukelom, Jac. Jongert, A.J.Grootens, W.O.J. Nieuwenkamp, Dirk Nijland, L.O.Wenkebach, Huib Luns, Hildo Krop, Joh.Polet, John Rädecker, Jan Mankes, Joan Collette, Gustav De Smet, A.H.W. Filarski, Daan de Vries, and others. Includes the often missing large folded enclosure by C.A. Lion Cachet.
50 jaar glasindustrie / 50 years of glass industry
Published in occasion of the 50 year anniversary of NV Glasfabriek Leerdam.
Precursor of company photobook, with caracteristics of product- and exhibition catalogue.
Numerous black & white horrendous photographic illustrations of frightful mutilations left by the war. 63 pages, slim 8vo, black & white wrappers with an illustration by Kathe Kollwitz Amsterdam: 1929. Scarce. Text and captions in six European languages. The photographs were collected by Ernst Friedrich, director of the Anti-War Museum of Berlin.,
Ein Bilderbuch für die Teilnehmer an der Deutschen Lehrerversammlung Dresden 1929
120 photographs of Dresden, compiled by the Dresdner Lehrerverein made for participants of a teachers conference in Dresden 1929.
Photographs of Renger-Patzsch, Moholy-Nagy, Umbehr, Feininger and more.
Hardcover in full burgundy cloth and gilded letters. IN ORIGINAL SLIPCASE. 222 pages with 96 photographs from Eugene Atget. 6 page fold-out printed list of captions attached to inside rear cover. Frontispiece portrait of Atget by Berenice Abbott. Preface by Pierre MacOrlan. A must for any ambitious photobook-collector! Included in Andrew Roth (ed.) The Book of 101 Books, Martin Parr and Gerry Badger in The Photobook: A History, Vol I and The Open Book, page 90-91.