Hardcover. New York, Alfred A Knopf , 1st, 1971, Book: Near Fine, Dust Jacket: Very Good, Hardcover, 336 pages, illustrated throughout in color and b&w. Pictorial gray cloth with gilt title to spine. Pictorial dust jacket. Light wear and sun to covers and spine, else a very nice, tight copy.
Hardcover. New York, William Morrow & Co, 1st, 1993, Book: Very Good, Dust Jacket: Very Good, 160 pages. Hardcover. Color illustrations. Clean, unmarked copy with only minor wear to dust jacket. "A commercial artist who started out sketching in the 1930s for pulp magazines, Lovell advanced to the glossier "slicks" in the 1950s and has since specialized in Old West, Plains Indian, and Civil War themes. He here presents from that long career his best canvases, among them his famed depictions of Lee's surrender". Gorgeous color plates.
Hardcover. New York, Harper & Brothers, reprint , 1923, Book: Very Good, Dust Jacket: None, Hardcover, 274 pages. Illustrated with full color and black & white plates by Frederic Remington. Brown paper covered boards with cover pastedown of Remington drawing. black cloth spine. Copyright page with 1923 date and Harper's G-B code indicating later printing of 1st edition. Light foxing to outer edges of some pages and plates. Fraying to cloth at top of spine. Light darkening of pages close to gutter. Still an attractive copy.
Hardcover. Albuquerque, NM, University of New Mexico Press, 1st, 1984, Book: Very Good, Dust Jacket: Very Good, 195 pages, illustrated throughout in color and b&w. Blue cloth with gilt title to spine. Blue pictorial dust jacket. Light shelfwear to covers, else like new.Traces the life of the Navajo artist, including his experiences as a code talker for the Marines in World War II, and looks at his paintings and watercolors.
Softcover. Washington DC, Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian, 1st, 2004, Book: Very Good, Dust Jacket: None, Softcover, 263 pages. Color plates throughout. Five essays by contributors. Clean copy.
Softcover. Washington DC/NY, Smithsonian American Art Museum/Norton, 1st, 2002, Book: Very Good, Dust Jacket: None, Large softcover, 294 pages, illustrated in color. From the foremost collection of the artist's work, a remarkable portrait of Native American life. Clean copy.
Hardcover. NY, William Morrow and Co., 1st, 1939, Book: Good, Hardcover, oblong salmon cloth-covered boards, illustrated paper label on front cover, wear to corners. Prose and poetry on eleven aspects of Pueblo Indian life, each passage accompanied by a beautiful color illustration after watercolors by Native American artists, including Allan Houser, an Apache who was the great-grandson of Geronimo and Gerald Nailor, a Navajo; both of whom studied at the Santa Fe School. Mild soil, shelfwear. No markings.
Hardcover. Chicago, A. C. McClurg and Co., reprint, 1934, Book: Very Good, Dust Jacket: None, 213 pages, 254 illustrations in color and b&w. First published in 1914, this is the 1934 reprint. Light yellow cloth with two-color design. Previous owner's signature, date on front fly leaf. Otherwise clean, very good.
Hardcover. Flagstaff, Arizona, Northland Press, 2nd pr., 1968, Book: Very Good, Dust Jacket: Very Good, Hardcover, 98 pages. INSCRIBED BY PERCEVAL with personal note to previous owner from him and his wife. Cover shows very light wear and soiling. Internally clean. Beautiful color and black & white sketches of Navajos and Arizona landscape. With a descriptive text by Clay Lockett.
Softcover. Albuquerque, University of New Mexico, 1st, 1981, Book: Very Good, Dust Jacket: None, Softcover, 113 pages, b&w and color illustrations. Light smudging to back wrapper; else a very clean, tight copy. This splendid publication, a compact guide to rug dating and identification, examines patterns, styles, and weaving materials of Navajo rugs. In order to produce this heavily illustrated volume, the author, a noted authority in the field, examined thousands of rugs in public collections and researched the catalogues turn-of-the century traders used for their rug customers
1912, Book: Very Good, Color portrail of Pocahontas with John Alden on bended knee by Harrison Fisher. 11 X 15", clean and bright. PLEASE NOTE: The image shown is a scan of the actual product you are purchasing. What you see is what you get. The sheet may have some imperfections beyond the cropped area shown. You are buying THIS PAGE ONLY- not the entire magazine. Your order will be placed carefully between stiff paper and an acetate overlay, then packed in a rigid cardboard sleeve to prevent bending.
Hardcover. New York, W.W. Norton & Company, 1st, 2013, Book: Very Good, Dust Jacket: Very Good, 480 pages. Hardcover with dust jacket. A very clean, unmarked copy with only minor edgewear. A tight copy. Color illustrations throughout.
Hardcover. New York, Burt Franklin, reprint, 1969, Book: Very Good, Dust Jacket: None, Reprint of the original 1898 edition. 15 b&w plates. Red cloth, gilt lettering to spine. Oblong. Spine somewhat loose, not affecting binding. Small stains near spine, else a very nice copy. No dust jacket.
Hardcover. Flagstaff, AZ, Northland Press, revised, 1984, Book: Good, Dust Jacket: Good, Hardcover, 107 pages. B&W and color plates. Illustrates beautifully the contemporary Southwest on canvas with vibrancy and refreshing perspective. Light blue pictorial cloth, silver lettering to spine. Dust jacket with minor wrinkles and smudges. Dust jacket folded off-center, otherwise a nice, clean and tight copy. "This comprehensive, expanded volume on Stefan and his work contains forty full-color reproductions of oils along with numerous black-and-white drawings, a panorama of the Southwest and a tribute to a fine painter."
Hardcover. Norman OK, University of Oklahoma Press, 1st, 1961, Book: Very Good, Dust Jacket: Good, Hardcover, in a edgeworn dust jacket, 270 pages. Color frontis, 115 b&w plates. Considers the life and work of American artist (and soldier) Seth Eastman (1808-1875). Follows his dual career at the Military Academy, and in Florida, Minnesota, Texas, and Washington. Includes a chronology and a fairly well-detailed checklist of works - oils, water colors, drawings, and lithographs and engravings after Eastman. The authoritative work on this fascinating artist.
Hardcover. New York, William Morrow & Co, 1st, 1992, Book: Very Good, Dust Jacket: Very Good, 160 pages. Hardcover with dust jacket. Very clean, unmarked copy with some minor shelfwear to dust jacket. This beautiful book is a spectacular overview of McCarthy's exciting Western work, presenting colorful paintings from his fine art career. Color illustrations throughout.
Softcover. Santa Fe, Museum of New Mexico Press, 1st revised, 2003, Book: Very Good, Dust Jacket: None, Softcover, pages. Maria, the potter of San Ildefonso (1887-1981), is not only the most famous of Pueblo Indian potters but ranks among the best of international potters. Her work Is collected and exhibited around the world, and more than any other artist, Maria Martinez brought "signatures" to Indian art. She and other members of her family revived a dying art form and kindled a renaissance in pottery for all the Pueblos. She raised this regional art to one of international acclaim. This lavishly illustrated book draws from Spivey's 1979 classic work. Featuring entirely new photography and 120 added pots as well as a significantly expanded text, this volume considers the entirety of this artist's immense oeuvre and important works and developments in her collaboration with Julian, and after his death, with her daughter-in-law Santana, son Popovi Da, and grandson Tony Da, bringing the legacy of Maria into the bright future of Pueblo ceramics.
Hardcover. Chicago, IL, Center for American Places, 1st, 2010, Book: Very Good, Dust Jacket: Very Good, 184 pages. Hardcover with dust jacket. A very clean, unmarked copy with only minor wear to dust jacket edges. Includes CD. The product of several visits to the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Views from the Reservation is meant to open our eyes, minds, and hearts to the life, culture, and conditions of the Oglala Lakota people. With his insightful and complex images Willis enlists several other voices to offer a more complete story: writer Kent Nerburn, who contributes an original essay; Lakota elders and Pine Ridge High School students, who offer poems; Emil Her Many Horses, the associate curator of the National Museum of the American Indian, Kevin Gover, the Assistant Secretary of the Interior for Indian Affairs, and Oglala Lakota artist Dwayne Wilcox. Accompanying the book is Heartbeat of the Rez, a compact disc collecting traditional songs compiled by the author, the elders, and KILI, the radio station of the reservation.