Permanently under acquisition: 
Food and culture section added May 25
Artists, and Fashion & culture added June 16-17
Fairy tales & folklore added June 24.

 Art Essays, and Art History:


Artists, in order of last name (by subject):
Includes photographers, architects, painters, printmakers


Josef Beuys (1921-1986).  The essential Josef Beuys.  (1997).  by Alain Borer.  L. Schirmer, [Ed.].  Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Barbara Bloom (1951- ).
Esprit de l’escalier.  (1988).  Buffalo, NY: Hallwalls.
The reign of narcissism.  (1990). 

Mel Bochner (1940-).  Mel Bochner: Thought made visible 1966-1973.  (1995).   New Haven, CT: Yale University Art Gallery. 

Giovanni Antonio Canale (1697-1768).  Canaletto. 2nd edition.  (1994).  by J.G. Links.  London: Phaidon Press.

Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio (1571-1610).  Caravaggio.  (1998).  by Catherine Puglisi.  London: Phaidon Press.

Sue Coe (1951).  X: Pictures by Sue Coe. (1986).  “Concurrent events” by Judith Moore.  Francoise Mouly, [Ed.].  New York: Raw One-shot/The New Press.

Thomas Constable (1776-1837).  Constable: The painter and his landscape.  (1983).  by Michael Rosenthal.  New Haven, CT: Yale University Press.

John Singleton Copley (1738-1815).  John Singleton Copley in America. (1995).  by Rebora, C., Staiti, P., et al.  New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art/Harry Abrams.

George Cruikshank (1792-1878).  Graphic works of George Cruikshank: 279 illustrations, including eight in full color.  Mineola, NY: Dover Books.

Eugene Delacroix (1798-1863).
Delacroix.  (1997).  by Barthelemy Jobert.  Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.
The Journals of Eugene Delacroix, 3rd Edition.  (1951; 1995)  [Entries of 1822-1824; 1832; 1847-1863.]  H. Wellington, [Ed.].  L. Norton, [Trans.].  London: Phaidon Press. 

Gustave Dore (1832-1883).
The Dore illustrations for Dante’s Divine Comedy: 136 plates by Gustave Dore.  (1976).  [Completed 1857-1868].  Mineola, NY: Dover Publications.
The Rime of the Ancient Mariner.  (1970) by Samuel Taylor Coleridge and Gustave Dore.  [Completed 1876].  Mineola, NY: Dover Publications.

Dan Eldon (1970-1993). 
The Journey is the destination: The journals of Dan Eldon.  (1997).  K. Eldon, [Ed.].  San Francisco: Chronicle Books.
Dan Eldon: The art of life.  (2001).  by Jennifer New.  San Francisco: Chronicle Books.

Herman LeRoy Emmet (1943- ).  Fruit tramps: A family of migrant farmworkers. (1989).  Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press.

Piero della Francesca.  (ca. 1411-1492).  Piero della Francesca.  (1998).  by Maurizio Calvesi.  A. Ellis, [Trans.].  New York: Rizzoli International.

Eugene-Henri-Paul Gauguin (1848-1903).  The intimate journals of Paul Gauguin.  (1903; 1923; 1985).  Pacific Basin Series.  London: Routledge and Kegan Paul. 

Artemisia Gentileschi (1593- ca. 1652).  Artemisia Gentileschi. (1989).  by Mary Garrard.  Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

Francisco Goya y Lucientes (1746-1828).  Francisco Goya y Lucientes: 1746-1828.  (1994).  by Janis Tomlinson.  London: Phaidon Press

Andreas Gursky (1955- ).   Andreas Gursky.  (2001).  by Peter Galassi.  New York: Museum of Modern Art/Harry Abrams. 

Utagawa Hiroshige/Tokutaro Ando (1797-1858). 
Hiroshige: One hundred famous views of Edo.  (1986).  New York: Brooklyn Museum of Art/Georges Braziller.
Hiroshige’s Tokaido in prints and poetry.  (2nd printing, 1958).  Reiko Chiba, [Ed.].  Rutland, VT: Charles E. Tuttle Company

Edward Hopper (1882-1967).  Edward Hopper: The art and the artist.  (1980).  by Gail Levin.  New York: Whitney Museum of American Art/W. W. Norton.


Limbourg Brothers (15th Century C.E.).  The Tres riches heures of Jean, Duke of Berry.  (1969).  New York: Musee Conde, Chantilly/Georges Braziller.

Sol Lewitt (1928-2007).  Sol Lewitt: A retrospective.  (2000).  G. Garrels, [Ed.].  New Haven: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art/Yale University Press.


William Matthews (1949-).   Cowboys and images: The watercolors of William Matthews.  (1994).  San Francisco: Chronicle Books.

Brice Marden  (1938-).  Brice Marden: Work of the 1990’s-Paintings, drawings, and prints.  by Charles Wylie.  Dallas: Dallas Museum of Art/Distributed Art Publishers.

Robert Moskowitz (1935-).  Robert Moskowitz. (1989).  by Ned Rifkin.  London: Smithsonian Institution/ Thames and Hudson.

Odd Nerdrum (1944-).  Odd Nerdrum: Paintings, Sketches, and Drawings. (2001). by Richard Vine.  New York: Gyldendal/Distributed Arts Publishing.

Georgia O’Keefe (1887-1986).  Georgia O’Keefe.  (1977).  Reduced format edition.  New York: Viking Press.

Maxfield Parrish (1870-1996).  Maxfield Parrish.  (1973).  by Coy Ludwig.  New York: Watson-Guptill.

Giovanni Battista Piranesi (1720-1778).  Piranesi: The complete etchings.  (n.d.) by Luigi Ficacci.  Koln: Taschen.

Cornelius C. Roberts, 1913Richard Samuel Roberts (1880-1936).  A true likeness: The black South of Richard Samuel Roberts, 1920-1936.  (1983).  T. Johnson & P. Dunn.  [Eds.].  Chapel Hill, N.C.: Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill/A Bruccoli Clark Layman Book/Writers and Readers Publishing.

Susan Rothenberg (1945-)
Susan Rothenberg.  (1991).  by Joan Simon.  New York: Abrams.
Susan Rothenberg: Paintings 17 October-14 November 1987.  (1987).  New York: Sperone Westwater.
Susan Rothenberg: Paintings 2-30 May 1992.  (1992).  New York: Sperone Westwater.
Susan Rothenberg: Paintings 28 April-26 May 1990.  (1990).  New York: Sperone Westwater.
Susan Rothenberg: Paintings 29 October-17 December 1994.  (1994).  New York: Sperone Westwater.


Gino Severini (1883-1966).  Severini futurista: 1912-1917.  by Ann Coffin Hanson.   New Haven, CT: Yale University Art Gallery.

Edward Steichen (1879-1973).   The family of man.  (1955).  Edward Steichen, curator.  New York: The Museum of Modern Art.

Robert Tannen.  Tannen: A REPROspective.  (1990).  New Orleans: Contemporary Arts Center.

Terry WintersTerry Winters (1949 -). 
Terry Winters Prints 1982-1998: A catalog raissone.  (1999). by Nancy Sojka with assistance from Nancy Barr.  New York: Detroit Institute of the Arts/ Hudson Hills Press.
Graphic Primitives.  (1999).  New York: Matthew Marks Gallery.
Ocular Proofs: Drawings and notes.  (1995).  by Terry Winters.  Toronto: The Grenfell Press.
Terry Winters: A computation of chains.  New York: Matthew Marks Gallery.
Terry Winters: Printed Works.  (2001).  New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art. 
Terry Winters: Drawings.  (2001).  New York: Matthew Marks Gallery.

Fairy Tales, Folklore, Legends, Myths:
A lot of these, especially under Europe, are children’s books with great illustrations.
Cross-listed at Erudition Page.

Frazer, J.  ().  The golden bough.   New York: Modern Library.

Japanese Tales. (1997).  R. Tyler, [Ed., Trans.].  Pantheon Fairy Tale and Folklor Library.  New York: Pantheon Books. 

Andersen, H.  (n. d.)  Fairy Tales of Hans Christian Andersen.  With 25 illustrations in full color by children of eighteen nations.  New York: The Orion Press/Crown Publishers, Inc.

Bulfinch, T.  Sir Gawain & the Loathly LadyBulfinch’s Mythology: The Age of Fable (1855), The Age of Chivalry (1858), and the Legends of Charlemagne (1863).  New York: The Modern Library.

Christiansen, R. (1964).  Folktales of Norway.  P. Iversen, [Trans.].  Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.  ISBN 0-226-10510-5.

Jacobs, J. (1896; ?).  Celtic Fairy Tales.  Selected and Edited by Joseph Jacobs.  John D. Batten [Ill.].  New York: G.P. Putnam’s Sons.

Jacobs, J. (1895; ? ).  English  Fairy Tales.  John D. Batten. [Ill.].  New York: G.P. Putnam’s Sons.

Lang, A. (1902; 1967).  King Arthur: Tales of the Round Table.  H. J. Ford [Ill.].  New York: Schocken Books.

Lang, A. (1902;1968).  The story of Robin Hood and other tales of adventure and battle.  H. J. Ford [Ill.].  New York: Schocken Books.

Mabinogion (first written manuscript ca. 1325).
Gantz, J.  The Mabinogion.  (1976).  J. Gantz, [Trans.]  London: Penguin Classics.
Walton, E. (2002).  The Mabinogion Tetralogy.  [The Prince of Annwn; The Children of Llyr; The Song of Rhiannon; The Island of the Mighty].  Woodstock, NY: The Overlook Press.

Malory, Sir Thomas (ca. 1410-1471).  Works.  (1971).  E. Vinaver. [Ed.].   London: Oxford University Press.

Nielsen, K. (1914;1976).  East of the sun and west of the moon.  K. Neilsen, [Ill.].  Garden City, NY: Doubleday.

Njal’s Saga. (late 13th Century; 1960).  M. Magnusson & H. Palsson, [Trans.].  London: Penguin Books. 

Pyle, H. (1883; 1946).  The merry adventures of Robin Hood, of great reknown in Nottinghamshire.  New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons.

Pyle, H.  (1905; 1968).  The story of the Champions of the Round Table.  H. Pyle, [Ill.].   New York: Dover Books.

Sagas of the Icelanders. (2000).  World of the Sagas Series.  O. Thorsson, [Ed.].  New York: Viking.  (who else?)  ISBN0-670-88990-3

Sturlason, S.  (1179-1241).  Heimskringla, or, The lives of the Norse Kings. (1932; 1990).  With 145 illustrations and 5 maps.  E. Monsen, [Ed.].  A. Smith, [Trans.].   Mineola, NY: Dover Books.

Latin America/ Native America:
Popul vuh: The definitive edition of the Mayan Book of the dawn of life and the glories of gods and kings.
  Revised edition.  (1996).  D. Tedlock, [Trans.].   New York: Touchstone/Simon & Schuster.  ISBN 0684-81845-0.

Middle East:
Burton, R. (1932; 1884-1887).  The Arabian Nights’ entertainment, or The Book of a Thousand Nights and a Night.  New York: Modern Library. 

KimonoFashion and Culture:

Ackermann’s costume plates: Women’s fashions in England, 1818-1828.  S. Blum, [Ed.].  Mineola, New York: Dover Books.

Blakemore, F.  (1978).  Japanese design: Through textile patterns.  New York: Weatherhill.

Brooke, I.  (1936; 2000).  English costume from the early Middle Ages through the Sixteenth Century.  Mineola, New York: Dover Books.

Brooke, I., & Laver, J.  (1937; 2000).  English costume through the Seventeeth through the Nineteenth Conturies.  Mineola, New York:  Dover Books.

Kawakatsu, K.  (1936; 1954).  Kimono.  Japan Travel Bureau Tourist Library Volume 3.  Tokyo: Kyodo Printing Co.

MacKay, J. (2000).  Fans.  London: Chartwell Books.

McCardell, C.  (1956).  What shall I wear?  New York:  Simon & Schuster.

Noma, S. (1974).  Japanese costume and textile arts.  The Heibonsha Survey of Japanese Art series.  New York: Weatherhill/Heibonsha.

Peacock, J. (1986).  Costume 1066-1990s: The complete guide to English costume design and history.  London: Thames & Hudson.

Russell, D.  (1983).  Costume history and style.  Englewood Cliffs, NJ:  Prentice-Hall.

Wilcox, R. (1958).  The Mode in Costume.  New York: Scribners.  ISBN 0-684-13913-8.

Yamanaka, N.  (1982).  The book of kimono: The complete guide to style and wear.  Tokyo: Kodansha International.


CezanneFood and Culture:

Food Essays
Shapiro, L. (1986).  Perfection Salad: Women and Cooking at the Turn of the Century.  NY: Farrar, Straus, and Giroux. 

Historical Cookbooks
Farmer, F.   (1896; 1995)  [Extracts from] The Original 1896 Boston cooking School Cook Book.  NY: Penguin Books.

Hale, Sarah Josepha.  (1841; 1996).  Early American Cookery: “The Good Housekeeper,” 1841.  Introduction by Janice Bluestein Longone.  Mineola, NY: Dover Publications.

Hill, Annabella.  (1872; 1995). Mrs. Hill’s Southern Practical Cookery and Receipt Book.  Facsimile edition.  Historical commentary by Damon L. Fowler.  Columbia, South Carolina: University of South Carolina Press.

Randolph, Mary.  (1860; 1993).  The Virginia Housewife, or, Methodical Cook.  Facsimile Edition.  Introduction by Janice Bluestein Longone.  Mineola, NY: Dover Publications.

Simmons, Amelia.  (1796; 1984).  The First American Cookbook: A Facsimile of “American Cookery”, 1796.  Essay by Mary Tolford Wilson.  Mineola, NY: Dover Publications.

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