New York: Fine Arts Associates, 1958. Illustrated Wraps. First Edition. 12 pp. Ivory wraps are illustrated on front with Marcks sculpture "Three Graces"; rear cover is printed with the gallery address. Covers are soiled on margins; internally the book is clean with staple binding tight. The gallery display listed 25 bronzes; 14 are illustrated in this catalog. Includes a one-page intro by the artist himself, offered in both English and German. Lovely ills. Very Good Plus.
Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press, 1960. Printed Wraps. Presumed First. 156 pp. Color & b/w ills. Cover are a print of blue lines on white, with artist's name above in purple. Half title also in purple. B/w photo frontis pasted in. Catalog of show which started at Boston's Museum of Fine Arts October 24 - December 4, 1960, continued to Hartford, New York, San Francisco, and Cleveland. Inside clean and tight. Many laid-in color ills. Very Good.
New York: WIldenstein Galleries, 1968. Blue Paper. Set of 6 catalogues for benefit exhibitions in 1967-68 at the Wildenstein Gallery in New York. DEGAS has 124 b/w plates, illus. cover in blue with gilt lettering. Set also includes THE BAKWIN COLLECTION: 56 pp., a benefit for the Association for Mentally Ill Children in Manhattan; HOW THE WEST WAS WON: Frederic Remington and Charles Russell's paintings, watercolors, and bronzes (approx 90 pp., b/w ills, frontis colored), a benefit for the Hospital for Special Surgery; DRAWINGS FROM THE NATIONAL GALLERY OF IRELAND, 44 pp. of text with 108 b/w illus.; ROMANTICS AND REALISTS, with 65 b/w ills. by Corot, Courbet, Daumier, Delacroix, Chasseriau, Gericault, Millet, and Rousseau; and SISLEY, with 69 plates, six in color. ROMANTICS AND...