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The Hand and The Spirit: Religious Art in America 1700-1900

By: Dillenberger, Jane ; Joshua C. Taylor

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Berkeley, University Art Museum: 1972

Seller ID: 003306

Condition: Very Good


192 pages; 123 works are discussed, more than half are illustrated. An exhibition that reveals religion is a theme that runs strongly through the work of American artists, including the most famous. View more info

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Form and Fire: Natzler Ceramics, 1939-1972

By: Natzler, Otto; Joshua C. Taylor (Foreword); Lloyd E. Herman (Introduction); Daniel Rhodes (essay)

Price: $120.00

Publisher: Washiington, Smithsonian Institution Press: 1973

Seller ID: 003644

ISBN: no

Condition: Very Good


120 pages; an exhibition at the Renwick Gallery of 175 pieces described, about half are illustrated, most in full-page color. Many pieces include in their desciptions annotations by Otto Natzler who comments on Gertrud's throwing and on his glaze. Gertrud died in 1971 but left many bisque-fired pots to be glazed. Includes list of lenders, biographical notes, bibliography, two photos of the Natzlers, including frontispiece. Previous owner's name, otherwise clean throughout, pages crisp; covers only lightly shelf-rubbed, two light creases at the bottom corners. See image. View more info

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Marguerite Zorach: The Early Years, 1908-1920

By: Tarbell, Roberta K.; Joshua C. Taylor (Foreword)

Price: $35.00

Publisher: City of Washington, Smithsonian Institution Press: 1973

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 002005

Condition: Very Good


78 pages. 40 catalogued works; 45 illustrations. M. Zorach destroyed much of her early work: paintings in this exhibition were newly discovered at the time. The text is informative of her student years in Paris, her meeting William, the following time abroad and in California, finally Maine. Bibliography. View more info

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Futurism

By: Taylor, Joshua C.

Price: $10.00

Publisher: New York, The Museum of Modern Art: 1961

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 004932

Condition: Very Good


154 pages; 141 illustrations, including 22 in color. Taylor sets out the goals of the Futurists, then discusses the individual artists: Balla, Severini, Carra, Russolo, Boccioni. The period, 1910-1916. Clean and tight throughout, many illustrations are full-page. Age-darkening to the page edges and to the boards. The dustjacket is darkened, worn at the edges and short repaired tear on the front panel. View more info

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To See Is to Think: Looking at American Art

By: Taylor, Joshua C.

Price: $8.00

Publisher: City of Washington, Smithsonian Institution Press: 1975

Seller ID: 002495

ISBN: 0874741777

Condition: Very Good


117 pages; 94 illustrations, most b&w some color. Clean and tight; spine lightly worn at the head. View more info

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America as Art

By: Taylor, Joshua C. with John G. Cawelti

Price: $10.00

Publisher: City of Washington, Smithsonian Institution Press: 1976

Seller ID: 001647

Condition: Very Good


320 pages; numerous illustrations in color and in b&w. Produced to compliment the exhibition of the same name but not a catalogue of the exhibiton. Most of the works reproduced in the book were in the exhibition, but the exhibition included addiional examples and vice versa. Generally clean and tight; the top edges of the final twenty pages have been lightly affected by dampness, rippled; the spine is soiled and faded. View more info