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The Men Who Made Central Park

By: "Graff, M.M."

Price: $6.95

Publisher: NY, 1982

Seller ID: 7-4T002

Condition: GOOD+

"Clean, unmarked interior but has soiled covers. The people and their part in the concept, design and construction of Central Park in New York City. 42 page staple-bound with 12 illustrations (photos and drawings). 5.5x8.5""" View more info

Image for Lighting for Historic Buildings: A guide to Selecting Reproductions

Lighting for Historic Buildings: A guide to Selecting Reproductions

By: "Moss, Roger W."

Price: $9.95

Publisher: NY, JOHN WILEY & SONS INC: 1988

Edition: (7th printing)

Seller ID: 10H002

ISBN: 0471143995

Condition: VERY GOOD+

"As new except for wear to outer cover corners and 3/4"" rip on top edged of front cover. ""this invaluable guide provides both a history of lighting in America and a catalog of 481 suitable reproductions …shows how interiors from the 1620s to the 1930s can be well lighted and still maintain their character...included are chapters on street lighting and specialty items, a glossary and reading list..."" 191 pages." View more info

Pioneers of Modern Design: From William Morris to Walter Gropius

By: "Pevsner, Nikolaus"

Price: $7.50

Publisher: "Baltimore, MD", 1960

Edition: (1970 reprint)

Seller ID: 3NT019

Condition: GOOD-

"Interior tight, bright and clean. Exterior light age soil, rubbing and small chips on edges. Crease on spine and back cover corner. Standard work on the Modern Movement in architecture and design - from William Morris to Gropius. 256 indexed, annotated pages." View more info

The Making of Interiors: An Introduction

By: "Tate, Allen (Amy Samuelson-Moore, illus.)"

Price: $12.95

Publisher: NY, 1987

Edition: (1st edition)

Seller ID: 97Y001

ISBN: 0060466715

Condition: NEAR FINE

"Tight, faint yellowing to page edges an spine, faint age soil to exterior page edges, faint curl. ""a survey of interior design methodology…a guide to how things are done - not what should be done or what should be designed, but the process of how interior designs are arrived at. 167 pages, 11x8.25"" (27.9x21cm)." View more info

A Century and a Half of American Art 1825-1975

By: National Academy of Design

Price: $9.50

Publisher: 1975

Seller ID: 4-3X002

Condition: GOOD

"Tight, bright clean interior, age soiled exterior, skewed. No dust jacket. Exhibition ""Commemorating the 150th Anniversary of the Founding of the National Academy of Design, October 10th through November 16th, 1975"" ""The purpose of this Exhibition is to show the part played in the development of American Art and Architecture by members of the Academy. 262 pages, thoroughly illustrated with black and white photos (Painting, Sculpture, Graphic Art, Watercolor, Architecture) and extensive lists of members, honorary members, award recipients, and benefactors." View more info

The Universities' Position with Regard to the Visual Arts

By: Princeton University

Price: $24.95

Publisher: "Princeton, NJ", 1944

Edition: (Signed)

Seller ID: 8DT029

Condition: GOOD+

"Inscribed and signed by artist. Date added. Tight, yellowed, occasional light pencil underlining in otherwise clean interior, light age soil to covers, slight tilt. Corners of covers are worn through. Paper over boards ripped along back spine @2-1/2"" (6.5cm). ""The Universities' Position with Regard to the Visual Arts, Analyzed by Jean Labatut at the Architectural League of New York, June 8, 1944"" 32 pages (8x5.5"", 20.3x14cm)." View more info