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Memo 1 California Arts And Architecture, August 1935 [San Diego's Southern Pacific International Exposition Issue], With Notices Of Exhibitions Of Art By Stanislaw Szukalski, Tyrus Wong, Paul Klee, And Works Presented By Merle Armitage To The Los Angeles Museum[Buy it!]

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With Review Of Book By Merle Armitage On Pasquale G. Napolitano]  350.00 Abebooks Arroyo Seco Books, Pasadena, Member IOBA  [publisher: Western States Publishing, Los Angeles] First Edition General Light Wear, No Names Or Marks. With A One Paragraph Review Of The Book "Napolitano" By Merle Armitage, One Of Six Books Individually Reviewed; Also A Notice That Edward Weston Had Closed His Carmel Studio And Opened One In Santa Monica With His Son, Brett Weston. Arts Calendar Includes Stanislaw Szukalski Exhibit Of Symbolic Pencil Drawings And Designs For Monumental Sculpture At The Assistance League; Paul Klee Exhibit At The Hollywood Gallery Of Modern Art; Tyrus Wong Paintings At The Foundation Of Western Art; Prints And Drawings Presented To The Los Angeles Museum, Exposition Park; And Paintings By Edward Biberman At The Stendhal Galleries. The Personal Copy Of Artist Pasquale Giovanno Napolitano, Although Not Marked As Such; Weston Did The Portrait For Merle Armitage's 1935 Book On Napolitano. [Pasadena, CA, U.S.A.]  
Memo 2 Stanislav Szukalski: The Lost Tune - Early Works (1913-1930) As Photographed by the Artist[Buy it!]

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Szukalski, Stanislav; Hecht, Ben  45.00 Abebooks Bradley Ross Books  [publisher: Archives Szukalski & Polish Museum of America] First Edition Stated first edition, 1990. Near fine hardcover. Previous owner's inscription. [Los Angeles, CA, U.S.A.]  
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N/A  1000.00 Biblio Hennessey + Ingalls  Covici-McGee, February 1923. Hardcover. Used - Very Good. Original buckram binding, in excellent shape, with some minor wear to extremities. Marked 183 of an undetermined limited edition. AEG. A nice copy. 1923. Covici-McGee US  
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Szukalski Stanislav  500.00 Biblio Allen's Bookshop  Chicago: Covici - McGee, 1923. No pagination. 14 color plates and 133 black and white plates. This is # 524 of ?? Brown buckram covers. All edges are gilt. Minor light general wear/soil to the covers. The text and plates are very good. Former owner's bookplate is inside the front cover. 1st Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Jacket. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall. 1923. Covici - McGee US  
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Szukalski Stanislaw  600.00 Biblio Powell's Bookstores Chicago  Chicago: Covici-McGee. Used - Very Good. 1923. 1St Edition Cloth, large quarto, illustrated in color and black and white. Boards somewhat edgeworn, especially head and heel of spine. Quite sound overall.. (Subject: Art.) Chicago: Covici-McGee US  
Memo 6 THE WORK OF SZUKALSKI [Limited Numbered Edition No.484][Buy it!]

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SZUKALSKI  125.00 Abebooks WHITNEY'S BOOKSHELF  [publisher: COVICI-McGEE, Chicago, Illinoise] First Edition Limited Numbered Edition No.484. This is a former library book with the usual identifiers. All corners are very worn and the spine has been removed. There are pencil marks on several pages, in the boarders, not on the art. The art is still in tact as well as the protective tissues. From the Foreword: my frailty hands my neck to an apology for the arrogance that lerks out of my immovable opinions and declarations. This is a large and/or heavy book and it may require additional postage for international or expedited mail service. All books shipped within 24 hours with U.S. Postal Service Delivery Confirmation, each order is packaged in a new box with bubble wrap, and always your satisfaction is guaranteed. [Tonopah, NV, U.S.A.]  
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Szukalski Stanislaw  595.00 Biblio Kurt Gippert Bookseller (ABAA)  Chicago: Covici-McGee, 1923. Unpaginated; several introductory pages of text, with a caption page preceding each illustration and a page of text following each color plate. Brown and tan hardcover cloth binding with heavily rubbed spine remaining intact and attracted; protected in custom stiff archival mylar. Contains 14 color plates (tissue-guard protected) and 133 black & white plates. Number 145 of an unspecified limited edition. Poland, Polish Artist. Stanislaw Szukalski (1895-1987).. First Edition. Hardcover. Good+ condition. Oblong quarto (4to). 1923. Covici-McGee US  
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Szukalski, Stanislaw  595.00 Abebooks Kurt Gippert Bookseller ABAA  [publisher: Covici-McGee, Chicago] First Edition Unpaginated; several introductory pages of text, with a caption page preceding each illustration and a page of text following each color plate. Brown and tan hardcover cloth binding with heavily rubbed spine remaining intact and attracted; protected in custom stiff archival mylar. Contains 14 color plates (tissue-guard protected) and 133 black & white plates. Number 145 of an unspecified limited edition. Poland, Polish Artist. Stanislaw Szukalski (1895-1987). Size: Oblong quarto (4to) [Chicago, IL, U.S.A.]  
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Szukalski, Stanislaw  595.00 Booksandcollectibles Kurt Gippert Bookseller ABAA  Oblong quarto (4to) Hardcover Good+ condition Unpaginated; several introductory pages of text, with a caption page preceding each illustration and a page of text following each color plate. Brown and tan hardcover cloth binding with heavily rubbed spine remaining intact and attracted; protected in custom stiff archival mylar. Contains 14 color plates (tissue-guard protected) and 133 black & white plates. Number 145 of an unspecified limited edition. Poland, Polish Artist. Stanislaw Szukalski (1895-1987). Publisher: Covici-McGee Chicago 1923 First Edition Covici-McGee Chicago 1923 First Edition US  
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Szukalski, [Stanislaw]  600.80 Abebooks Powell's Bookstores Chicago, ABAA  [publisher: Chicago: Covici-McGee] First Edition 1923. 1St Edition Cloth, large quarto, illustrated in color and black and white. Boards somewhat edgeworn, especially head and heel of spine. Quite sound overall. [Chicago, IL, U.S.A.]  
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N/A  1000.00 Abebooks Hennessey + Ingalls  [publisher: Covici-McGee February 1923] Original buckram binding, in excellent shape, with some minor wear to extremities. Marked 183 of an undetermined limited edition. AEG. A nice copy. [Los Angeles, CA, U.S.A.]  
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Szukalski, Stanislav  500.00 Alibris Allen's Bookshop via Alibris  Chicago Covici-McGee 1923 1st Edition Hard Cover Very Good. No Jacket Folio-over 12"-15" tall. No pagination. 14 color plates and 133 black and white plates. This is # 524 of? ? Brown buckram covers. All edges are gilt. Minor light general wear/soil to the covers. The text and plates are very good. Former owner"s bookplate is inside the front cover.  
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Szukalski, Stanislaw  595.00 Alibris Kurt Gippert Bookseller (ABAA) via Alibris  Chicago Covici-McGee 1923 First Edition Hardcover Good+ condition Oblong quarto (4to). Unpaginated; several introductory pages of text, with a caption page preceding each illustration and a page of text following each color plate. Brown and tan hardcover cloth binding with heavily rubbed spine remaining intact and attracted; protected in custom stiff archival mylar. Contains 14 color plates (tissue-guard protected) and 133 black & white plates. Number 145 of an unspecified limited edition. Poland, Polish Artist. Stanislaw Szukalski (1895-1987).  
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Szukalski, [Stanislaw]  1000.00 Alibris Hennessey + Ingalls via Alibris  Covici-McGee Hardcover Used-Very Good Original buckram binding, in excellent shape, with some minor wear to extremities. Marked 183 of an undetermined limited edition. AEG. A nice copy.  
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Szukalski, Stanislav  500.00 Abebooks Allen's Bookshop  [publisher: Covici - McGee, Chicago] First Edition No pagination. 14 color plates and 133 black and white plates. This is # 524 of ?? Brown buckram covers. All edges are gilt. Minor light general wear/soil to the covers. The text and plates are very good. Former owner's bookplate is inside the front cover Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall [Baltimore, MD, U.S.A.]  
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Szukalski, Stanislaw  225.00 Abebooks ERIC CHAIM KLINE, BOOKSELLER (ABAA ILAB)  [publisher: Covici-McGee, Chicago] First Edition Small Folio. out of series, not numbered. Unpaginated. Original brown and tan buckram with gilt-stamped lettering and vignette on cover, black lettering on spine; protected in modern mylar. Gilt edges. Tan endpapers. Vignette on title page. Foreword and autobiographical note by Szukalski. An emigrant from his native country Poland in his teens, Szukalski (1893-1987) became part of the "Chicago Renaissance" during and after the Great Depression. His paintings and sculptures reflect his world view of "Zermatism," a pseudoscientific theory claiming that human culture originated from post-deluge Easter Islands with man being in a struggle with the sons of Yeti, a theme he frequently illustrated in his work. Szukalski is also known for his support of Polish artists who were looking for inspiration in the pre-Christian history of Poland. The book is illustrated with 133 intriguing b/w and 14 color reproductions, with tissue guards, of his artwork with titles and frequent captions printed to opposing pages. Throughout the first half of the book his artwork alternates with text of his philosophical pondering and after that only the color plates are followed by such. Some wear along edges of binding with some light chipping, most pronounced at head of spine. Binding with minor staining and rubbed. Some glue remnants at gutter of inside front cover. One reproduction, "A Speaker," cut out from page with ...  
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