Publications

Gerd Arntz, Graphic Designer

Edited by Ed Annink and Max Bruinsma. 010 Publishers, 2010. Overview of Gerd Arntz's life and work, including his ISOTYPE designs and political prints. 287 Pages. Softcover: $52.00


Richard Gerstl (1883-1908): Beiträge zur Dokumentation seines Lebens und Werkes

By Otto Kallir. Österreichische Galerie, 1974. Includes documentation of the artist's life and work, as well as a catalogue raisonné of his paintings and drawings. Text in German. 4 black and white illustrations. 69 pages. Limited availability.

Softcover: $10.00


Hans Grundig (1901-1958): 15 Radierungen

Ladengalerie Büro, 1999. Reproductions of fifteen etchings by Hans Grundig. 15 pages.

Softcover: $7.00


Gustav Klimt: 25 Masterworks

By Jane Kallir. Harry N. Abrams, 1989. Includes a biographical introduction and commentary on 25 individual works. 25 color plates; 16 black and white illustrations. 60 pages.

Softcover: $20.00


Gustav Klimt: In Search of the “Total Artwork”

Edited by Jane Kallir; with essays by Marian Bisanz-Prakken, Jane Kallir, Peter Selz, Alfred Weidinger and Johannes Wieninger. Prestel Verlag/Hangaram Art Museum, Seoul Arts Center (exhibition catalogue), 2009. 240 pages.

Softcover: $35.00


Graphic Works of Max Klinger

Introduction and notes by J. Kirk T. Varnedoe with Elizabeth Streicher. Dover Publications, 1977. 74 illustrations. 99 pages. In used condition.

Softcover: $20.00


Mission and Commissions: Oskar Kokoschka in Minnesota, 1949-1957

By Bela Petheo. St. John’s University, 1991. 8 color plates; 26 black and white illustrations. 77 pages. Limited availability.

Softcover: $15.00


Oscar Kokoschka: Die frühen Jahre

Texts by Hans Bisanz, Carl Haenlein, Serge Sabarsky and Oskar Kokoschka. Kestner-Gesellschaft (exhibition catalogue), 1983. 210 pages. Limited availability.

Softcover: $40.00


Oskar Kokoschka

Galerie St. Etienne (exhibition catalogue), 1954. Exhibition included watercolors, drawings and lithographs. 9 black and white illustrations. 13 pages. Limited availability.

Softcover: $5.00


Oskar Kokoschka

Galerie St. Etienne (exhibition catalogue), 1958. Exhibition included watercolors, drawings and lithographs. 9 black and white illustrations. 16 pages.

Softcover: $8.00


"Paris bezauberte mich . . .": Käthe Kollwitz und die französische Moderne

Edited by Hannelore Fischer and Alexandra von dem Knesebeck; with contributions by Doris Hansmann, Ekaterini Kepetzis, Alexandra von dem Knesebeck, Nadine Lehni, Andrea Meyer, Stefanie Rentsch and Karin Sagner. Hirmer, 2010. Accompanied an exhibition of the same title. Text in German. 230 color illustrations. 240 pages.

Hardcover: $60.00


Kaethe Kollwitz: Sculptures Drawings

Galerie St. Etienne (exhibition catalogue), 1959. 13 black and white illustrations. 20 pages. Limited availbility.

Softcover: $15.00


Kaethe Kollwitz: Sketch and Finished Work

Galerie St. Etienne (exhibition catalogue), 1961. Exhibition included drawings and rare prints by the artist. 32 black and white illustrations. 36 pages. Limited availability.

Softcover: $15.00


Käthe Kollwitz

Galerie St. Etienne (exhibition catalogue), 1948. 4 black and white illustrations. 15 pages. Limited availability.

Softcover: $15.00


Käthe Kollwitz

Galerie St. Etienne (exhibition catalogue), 1956. The Galerie St. Etienne's one-hundredth exhibition. Included drawings and rare prints. 4 black and white illustrations. 15 pages. Limited availability.

Softcover: $10.00


Käthe Kollwitz

Galerie St. Etienne (exhibition catalogue), 1959. 31 pages. Limited availability.

Softcover: $15.00


Käthe Kollwitz

Galerie St. Etienne/Kennedy Galleries (exhibition catalogue), 1976. 81 pages. Limited availability.

Softcover: $30.00


Käthe Kollwitz: The Power of the Print

Biographical essay by Jane Kallir. Galerie St. Etienne (exhibition catalogue), 1987. 34 duotone illustrations. 48 pages. Bound in heavy paper with separate dust jacket.

Softcover: $15.00


Käthe Kollwitz: Werkverzeichnis der Graphik

By Alexandra von dem Knesebeck. Verlag Kornfeld, 2002. Two-volume catalogue raisonné of Kollwitz’s prints. Text in German; includes CD with English translation of catalogue entries. 360 pages.

Hardcover: $750.00


Käthe Kollwitz: Woman and Artist

By Martha Kearns. The Feminist Press, 1976. 32 black and white illustrations. 237 pages.

Softcover: $20.00


The Diaries and Letters of Käthe Kollwitz

Edited by Hans Kollwitz; translated by Richard and Clara Winston. Northwestern University Press, 1988. 52 black and white illustrations. 200 pages.

Softcover: $30.00


Alfred Kubin

Galerie St. Etienne (exhibition catalogue), 1957. Exhibition included oils, watercolors and drawings. 18 black and white illustrations. 23 pages.

Softcover: $10.00


Alfred Kubin: Visions from the Other Side

Biographical essay by Jane Kallir. Galerie St. Etienne (exhibition catalogue), 1983. 22 duotone illustrations. 48 pages. Bound in heavy paper with separate dust jacket.

Softcover: $15.00


Alfred Kubin’s Autobiography

1968. From a special edition of 1,000 copies. 4 black and white illustrations. 78 pages.

Softcover: $15.00


. . . das oft aufsteigende Gefühl des Verlassenseins

By Hildegard Reinhardt. Verlag der Kunst, 2000. Drawings by Elfride Lohse-Wächtler done while in psychiatric institutions in Hamburg-Friedrichsberg (1929) and Arnsdorf (1932-1940). Text in German. 39 black and white illustrations. 89 pages. Limited availability.

Softcover: $20.00


Im Malstrom des Lebens versunken . . . Elfriede Lohse-Wächtler, 1899-1940: Leben und Werk

Edited by Georg Reinhardt. Wienand Verlag, 1996. An extensive monograph on the artist Elfriede Lohse-Wächtler. Text in German. 78 color plates; 156 black and white illustrations. 312 pages.

Hardcover: $65.00


Paula Modersohn-Becker

Biographical essay by Jane Kallir. Galerie St. Etienne (exhibition catalogue), 1983. 33 color and duotone illustrations. 48 pages. Bound in heavy paper with separate dust jacket.

Softcover: $15.00


Paula Modersohn-Becker in Briefen und Tagebüchern

Edited by Günter Busch and Liselotte von Reinken. S. Fischer Verlag, 1979. Text in German. 140 black and white illustrations. 624 pages. Limited availability.

Hardcover: $50.00


Paula Modersohn-Becker und die ägyptischen Mumienportraits: Eine Hommage zum 100. Todestag der Künstlerin

Edited by Rainer Stamm. Hirmer Verlag, 2007; catalogue for an exhibition commemorating the centennial of the artist’s death at the Paula Modersohn-Becker Museum and the Museum Ludwig. Text in German. 220 pages.

Softcover: $65.00


Paula Modersohn-Becker und die Kunst in Paris um 1900: Von Cézanne bis Picasso

Edited by Anne Buschhoff and Wulf Herzogenrath. Hirmer Verlag, 2007; catalogue for an exhibition commemorating the centennial of the artist’s death at the Kunsthalle Bremen. Text in German; includes CD with English translation of selected text. 359 pages.

Softcover: $80.00


Marie-Louise von Motesiczky, 1906-1996: A Catalogue Raisonné of the Paintings

By Ines Schlenker. Marie-Louise von Motesiczky Charitable Trust in association with Hudson Hills Press, 2009. Documents the paintings of this "undiscovered Expressionist," with many works published for the first time, and includes essays on Motesiczky's life and work. 510 color plates; 130 black and white illustrations. 560 pages.

Hardcover: $150.00


Marie-Louise von Motesiczky, 1906-1996: The Painter/Die Malerin

Edited by Jeremy Adler and Birgit Sander; with contributions by Jill Lloyd, Birgit Sander and Ines Schlenker. Prestel, 2006; accompanied the exhibition "Marie-Louise von Motesiczky." An overview of the work of this important, yet little-known Viennese expressionist on the one-hundredth anniversary of her birth. Text in English and German. 140 color illustrations. 264 pages.

Hardcover: $35.00


Egon Schiele

By Jane Kallir; with an essay by Alessandra Comini. Harry N. Abrams, 1994. Catalogue for an exhibition at the National Gallery of Art, Indianapolis Museum of Art and San Diego Museum of Art, including oil paintings, watercolors and drawings. 101 color plates; 82 black and white illustrations. 192 pages. Limited availability.

Hardcover: $45.00


Egon Schiele in der Albertina

Edited and introduction by Erwin Mitsch; with a foreword by Konrad Oberhuber and excerpts from writings on Egon Schiele by Arthur Roessler, Paris von Gütersloh, Otto Benesch and Heinrich Benesch. Im Selbstverlag der Albertina, 1990; accompanied an exhibition of the same title commemorating the artist's one-hundredth birthday. Text in German. 166 color plates; black and white illustrations. 375 pages. Limited availability.

$75.00


Egon Schiele und Krumau: Die Stadt am blauen Fluss

By Franz E. Wischin. Explores the relationship between Egon Schiele and the town of Krumau. Text in English and German. Illustrated. 249 pages. Limited availability.

Hardcover: $60.00


Egon Schiele: Drawings and Watercolors

By Jane Kallir; edited by Ivan Vartanian and with a foreword by Richard Avedon. Thames & Hudson, 2003. Over 300 color illustrations. 496 pages.

Hardcover: $34.95


Egon Schiele: Frühe reife ewige Kindheit

Edited by Hans Bisanz; with contributions by Jane Kallir, Birgit Langer, Serge Sabarsky and Ursula Storch. Eigenverlag der Museen der Stadt Wien, 1990; accompanied an exhibition of the same title. Text in German. 38 color plates; numerous black and white illustrations. 104 pages. Limited availability.

Softcover: $40.00


Egon Schiele: Life and Work

By Jane Kallir. Harry N. Abrams, 2003. Biographical text from Kallir's catalogue raisonné Egon Schiele: The Complete Works. 256 Pages. Out of Print. Limited availability.

Hardcover: $150.00


Egon Schiele: Love and Death

By Jane Kallir; with a foreword by Klaus Albrecht Schröder. Van Gogh Museum/Hatje Cantz, 2005; accompanied an exhibition of the same title. An illustrated examination of Egon Schiele's life. Available with text in Dutch, French or German. 184 pages. Limited availability.

Hardcover: $20.00


Egon Schiele: Narcisse Écorché

By Jean-Louis Gaillemin. Gallimard, 2005. Text in French. 160 pages. Limited availability.

Softcover: $25.00


Egon Schiele: Self-Portraits and Portraits

Edited by Agnes Husslein-Arco and Jane Kallir; with contributions by Stephanie Auer, Agnes Husslein-Arco, Marianne Hussl-Hörmann, Jane Kallir, Alexander Klee and Alfred Weidinger. Prestel, 2011. 264 pages. Accompanied by an exhibition of the same title. 247 color illustrations. Hardcover: $60.00


Egon Schiele: The Ronald S. Lauder and Serge Sabarsky Collections

Edited by Renée Price; with contributions by Alessandra Comini, Jane Kallir, Otto Kallir, Ronald S. Lauder, Sophie Lillie, Thomas M. Messer, Tobias G. Natter, Renée Price, Serge Sabarsky, Carl E. Schorske and Janis Staggs. Prestel, 2005. Accompanied an exhibition of the same title. Illustrated. 504 pages.

Hardcover: $65.00


Egon Schiele: Watercolors and Drawings

Essay by Otto Benesch. Galerie St. Etienne (exhibition catalogue), 1957. 29 black and white illustrations. 35 pages. Limited availability.

Softcover: $15.00


Egon Schiele: Watercolors and Drawings

Essay by Otto Benesch. Galerie St. Etienne (exhibition catalogue), 1968. 38 color and 30 black and white illustrations. 159 pages. Limited availability.

Softcover: $40.00


Egon Schiele's Women

By Jane Kallir. Prestel, 2012; accompanied an exhibition of the same title. An illustrated examination of Egon Schiele's depictions of women. Available with text in English or German. 304 pages. Hardcover: $85.00


Mein Weg mit Egon Schiele

By Heinrich Benesch. Johannespresse, 1965. Text in German. 6 black and white illustrations. 39 pages. Limited edition.

Hardcover: $40.00


Schiele

By Reinhard Steiner. Taschen, 2011. 83 color and 15 black & white illustrations. 96 pages. Hardcover: $15.00


Schoenberg as Artist

Journal of the Arnold Schoenberg Institute, Vol. II, no. 3, June 1978. Concentrates on Schoenberg's work as a visual artist. Includes seven essays, a fully illustrated (black and white) catalogue raisonné of Schoenberg’s paintings and drawings, and a bibliography. 90 pages. Limited availability.

Softcover: $10.00


My Father Ilija: A Draft for an Antimonography

By Dimitrije Basicevic Mangelos. Illustrated study of Ilija Basicevic Bosilj, including his artwork, documentary photographs and writings. Available with text in English or Russian. Limited availability.

Hardcover: $50.00


Svet po Iliji/Ilija's World

Edited by Ivana Basicevic; with essays by Nebojsa Milenkovic, Jesa Denegri and Jane Kallir. Ivana Basicevic (exhibition catalogue), 2006. Text in Croatian and English. 29 color plates; 15 black and white illustrations. 51 pages.

Softcover: $10.00


Svet po Iliji/Ilija's World

Edited by Ivana Basicevic; with essays by Vladimir Kopicl, Ivana Basicevic, Nebojsa Milenkovic, Jane Kallir, Roger Cardinal, Jesa Denegri, Misko Suvakovic and Jean Dubuffet. Fond Ilija & Mangelos and Tribina Institute for Normality and Culture of Change, 2009. A monograph on the Serbian outsider artist Ilija Basicevic Bosilj. Text in Croatian and English. 126 color plates; 31 black and white illustrations. 215 pages. Limited availability.

Hardcover: $45.00


Earl Cunningham: Painting an American Eden

By Robert Hobbs; with a foreword by Lynda Roscoe Hartigan. Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 1994. A comprehensive monograph on the artist. 74 color illustrations; 102 illustrations. 140 pages.

Hardcover: $40.00

Softcover: $25.00


Henry Darger: Art and Selected Writings

By Michael Bonesteel. Rizzoli, 2000. The first comprehensive survey of Darger’s art and writings, with 15 selections from his writings. Approximately 114 illustrations. 255 pages. Limited availability.

Hardcover: $250.00


Henry J. Darger: Dans les Royaumes de l’Irréel

By John MacGregor. Includes excerpts from Darger’s 15,145 page epic novel. Collection de l’Art Brut (exhibition catalogue), 1996. Text in French, with Darger’s text in English and French. 51 pages of text, plus 30 color plates.

Hardcover: $300.00


Edward Hicks: A Gentle Spirit

Foreword by Andrew J. Crispo. Andrew Crispo Gallery (exhibition catalogue), 1975. 33 color plates; 5 black and white illustrations. 34 pages. Limited availability.

Softcover: $15.00


John Kane: Modern America’s First Folk Painter

Essay by Jane Kallir. Galerie St. Etienne (exhibition catalogue), 1984. 11 color plates; 22 black and white illustrations. 24 pages.

Softcover: $15.00


A Grandma Moses Album

Galerie St. Etienne (exhibition catalogue), 1953. 18 illustrations. 24 pages.

Softcover: $5.00


A Prayer In Spring

Robert Frost's poem A Prayer In Spring, beautifully illustrated with paintings by Grandma Moses. Universe Publishing, 2011. 21 color illustrations. 34 pages.

Hardcover: $16.95


All-American X: Written in the Stars

By Bruce Weber. Includes "Grandma and Ed in Conversation," a comparison of the works of Grandma Moses and Ed Ruscha through images and quotations. Little Bear Press, 2010. Illustrated. 208 pages. Limited availability.

Softcover: $155.00


Art and Life of Grandma Moses

Edited by Otto Kallir. Essays by Louis Bromfield, Jean Cassou, and John Canaday. Writings by Grandma Moses also included. The Gallery of Modern Art, New York, 1969. 83 Illustrations. 168 pages. Limited availability.

Softcover: $20.00


Getting to Know the World’s Greatest Artists: Grandma Moses

Written and illustrated by Mike Venezia. Children’s Press, 2003. A Grandma Moses biography for children. 32 pages.

Hardcover: $7.00


Grandma Moses

Introduction by Hubertus, Prince zu Loewenstein. Galerie St. Etienne (exhibition catalogue), 1957. 13 illustrations. 24 pages.

Softcover: $5.00


Grandma Moses

Bungeishunju and Hata International, 1987. Catalogue for an exhibition at the Isetan Museum and the Daimaru Museum. Text in Japanese. Illustrated. 112 pages.

Softcover: $25.00


Grandma Moses

Hata Stichting, 1995. Catalogue for an exhibition at the Daimaru Museum, Seiji Togo Memorial Yasuda Kasai Museum of Art, Shimonoseki Daimaru Art Gallery and Chiba Sogo Museum of Art. Text in Japanese. Illustrated. 112 pages.

Softcover: $25.00


Grandma Moses

Siebold Foundation, 2005. Catalogue for an exhibition at the Bunkamura Museum of Art, Daimaru Museum and Daimaru Art Gallery. Text in Japanese. Illustrated. 112 pages.

Softcover: $25.00


Grandma Moses (1860-1961): Memorial Exhibition

Introduction by Otto Kallir. Galerie St. Etienne (exhibition catalogue), 1962. 24 illustrations. 32 pages.

Softcover: $5.00


Grandma Moses in the 21st Century

By Jane Kallir; with contributions by Roger Cardinal, Michael D. Hall, Lynda Roscoe Hartigan and Judith E. Stein. Art Services International, 2001; accompanied an exhibition of the same title. 117 color and 57 black and white illustrations. 432 pages.

Softcover: $45.00


Grandma Moses: 25 Masterworks

By Jane Kallir. Harry N. Abrams, 1997. Includes a biographical introduction and commentary on 25 individual works. 26 color and 20 black and white illustrations. 55 pages.

Softcover: $20.00


Grandma Moses: Anna Mary Robertson Moses (1860-1961)

Foreword by J. Carter Brown; with contributions by Jean Cassou and Archibald MacLeish and Grandma Moses' essay, "How do I paint?" National Gallery of Art, 1979; accompanied an exhibition of the same title. 16 color and 30 black and white illustrations. 72 pages. Limited availability.

Softcover: $15.00


Grandma Moses: Christmas

Essay by Grandma Moses. Galerie St. Etienne, 1952. Reproduces Grandma Moses’ hand-written Christmas memories. 1 color illustration. 6 pages. Limited edition of 500.

Softcover: $15.00


Grandma Moses: My Life's History

Edited by Otto Kallir. Harper & Brothers, 1952. Grandma Moses' autobiography, including family photographs and reproductions of hand-written letters. 16 pages of color and 8 pages of black and white illustrations. 148 pages. Limited edition of 250 numbered copies signed by the artist.

Hardcover: $150.00


Grandma Moses: My Life's History

Edited by Otto Kallir. Harper & Row, 1952. Grandma Moses' autobiography, including family photographs and reproductions of hand-written letters. 16 pages of color and 8 pages of black and white illustrations. 148 pages. Limited availability.

Hardcover: $75.00


Grandma Moses: Painter of Rural America

By Zibby O’Neal; with illustrations by Donna Ruff. Part of the Women of Our Time series. A biography of the artist for readers in the middle grades.

Hardcover: $11.00


Grandma Moses: Paintings

Galerie St. Etienne/Elm Tree Press (exhibition catalogue), 1947. Reproduces Grandma Moses’ hand-written essay, “How do I paint?” 4 illustrations. 15 pages.

Softcover: $5.00


Grandma Moses: Twenty-Five Masterpieces of Primitive Art

Comments by Grandma Moses and Allen Eaton. Galerie St. Etienne (exhibition catalogue), 1951. Includes excerpts from reviews of Moses’s European exhibitions. 10 illustrations. 30 pages.

Softcover: $5.00


Highlights from the Bennington Museum

Edited by Laura C. Luckey; with entries by Laura Jane Gombieski, Eugene Kosche, Ruth Levin and Catherine Zusy. Bennington Museum, 1989. 38 color plates; 26 black and white illustrations. 78 pages.

Softcover: $12.00


Meine Lebensgeschichte

By Grandma Moses. With a foreword by Louis Bromfield. Text in German. 9 Illustrations. 152 pages.

Softcover: $15.00


My Life’s History: Paintings by Grandma Moses

Essay by Grandma Moses and tributes to the artist by Jean Cassou and others. Galerie St. Etienne/IBM Gallery of Arts and Sciences (exhibition catalogue), 1960. Includes biographical data. 42 illustrations. 63 pages. Limited availability.

Softcover: $15.00


The Grandma Moses American Songbook

Paintings by Grandma Moses; musical arrangements for piano and guitar by Dan Fox. Harry N. Abrams, 1985. 14 color and 33 black and white illustrations. 247 pages.

Hardcover: $15.00


The World of Grandma Moses

By Jane Kallir. Garamond Pridepark Press/International Exhibitions Foundation (exhibition catalogue), 1984. 6 color and 14 black and white illustrations. 31 pages. Limited availability. In used condition.

Softcover: $5.00


The World of Grandma Moses

Seiji Togo Memorial Yasuda Kasai Museum of Art (exhibition catalogue), 1994. Includes ten reproductions (14 3/8” x 10 1/8” each). Text in English and Japanese.

Softcover: $75.00


The Year with Grandma Moses

By W. Nikola-Lisa; with selected writings by Grandma Moses. Henry Holt and Company. 16 illustrations. 31 pages.

Hardcover: $20.00


Michel Nedjar: Miraculated Bodies, Drawings

Essay by Allen S. Weiss. Galerie Susanne Zander (exhibition catalogue), 1994. Text in English and German. 38 color plates. 14 pages of text. Limited availability.

Hardcover: $28.00


Michel Nedjar: Mourning Nails

Essays by Roger Cardinal, Chantal Thomas, Clayton Eshleman and Allen S. Weiss; including an interview with Michel Nedjar by Theo Hernandez. Apex Verlag, 1995; catalogue for an exhibition at Bielefelder Kunstverein, Mannheimer Kunstverein, Kunsthalle Recklinghausen, Kunstamt Wedding and Museum de Stadshof. Text in English, French and German. 77 color and 36 black and white illustrations. 135 pages. Limited availability.

Softcover: $55.00


Handschriften aus fünf Jahrhunderten: Die Autographensammlung Otto Kallir

Edited by Hermann Böhm; with a foreword by Sylvia Mattl-Wurm, an essay by Hermann Böhm, and an interview with John Kallir by Wolfgang Kos. Wienbibliothek im Rathaus, 2008; accompanied an exhibition of the same title. Examination of the autograph collection of Dr. Otto Kallir, spanning the sixteenth to the twentieth century. Text in German. Illustrated. 119 pages.

Softcover: $40.00


The Undiscovered Expressionist: A Life of Marie-Louise von Motesiczky

By Jill Lloyd. Yale University Press, 2007. A study of the life and work of this important, yet little-known Viennese artist. Illustrated. 288 pages.

Hardcover: $30.00


Peter Altenberg, Extracte des Lebens: Einem Schriftsteller auf der Spur

By Heinz Lunzer and Victoria Lunzer-Talos; with contributions by Andrew Barker, Hermann Böhm, Bernhard Denkinger, Georg Gaugusch, Marcus G. Patka, Gerd Pichler, Ursula Storch and Patrick Werkner. Residenz Verlag, 2003. Text in German. Illustrated. 224 pages. Limited availability.

Hardcover: $30.00


Leonard Baskin: Angels to the Jews

Midtown Payson Galleries (exhibition catalogue), 1991. 15 color plates; 21 black and white illustrations. 31 pages.

Softcover: $10.00


Medea and Her Sisters: Leonard Baskin's Images of Women

By Rosamond Purcell; with a preface by Jessica Nicoll. Smith College Museum of Art (exhibition catalogue), 2007. 24 color and 6 black and white illustrations. 24 pages.

Softcover: $10.00


Beatpad

Mouse-pad with artwork by Sue Coe. Limited availability.

$10.00


BLAB!

Edited by Monte Beauchamp. Includes Sue Coe’s “Ghost Sheep,” as well as short works by other comics artists. Fantagraphics Books, Vol. 13, Autumn 2002. 120 pages. Limited availability.

Softcover: $20.00


BLAB!

Edited by Monte Beauchamp. Includes Sue Coe’s “Hurricane,” as well as short works by other comics artists. Fantagraphics Books, Vol. 17, Autumn 2006. 120 pages. Limited availability.

Softcover: $20.00


BLAB!

Edited by Monte Beauchamp. Includes Sue Coe’s “An Elephant Never Forgets,” as well as short works by other comics artists. Fantagraphics Books, Vol. 18, Autumn 2007. 120 pages. Limited availability.

Softcover: $23.00


Dead Meat

By Sue Coe, with an introduction by Alexander Cockburn.

Illustrated journals about the slaughterhouse industry. Four Walls Eight Windows, New York, 1995

136 pages

Hardcover: $40.00

Softcover: $22.00


Pit’s Letter

By Sue Coe. Four Walls Eight Windows, 2000. Allegory about an abused dog. 48 pages.

Hardcover: $22.00


Police State

Artwork by Sue Coe, text by Mandy Coe; with essays by Donald Kuspit and Marilyn Zeitlin. Anderson Gallery (exhibition catalogue), 1987.

Softcover: $30.00


Porkopolis

Artwork by Sue Coe; text by Mandy Coe. Galerie St. Etienne, 1989. Pamphlet accompanied an exhibition of the same title. Details the treatment of animals by the meat industry.

Softcover: $5.00


Sheep of Fools: . . . A Song Cycle for Five Voices

By Sue Coe and Judith Brody. Fantagraphics, 2005. Songs and notes on the sheep-wool industry. Limited availability.

Hardcover: $15.00


X (Raw One-Shot #6)

Artwork by Sue Coe; text by Sue Coe, Art Spiegelman and Judith Moore. Raw Books and Graphics, 1986. Dedicated to “Malcolm X and all those who have been Xed out by the American Dream—a nightmare where profit is valued more than human life.” Limited availability.

Hardcover: $30.00


Village Life in Guatemala: Paintings by Andres Curuchich

Galerie St. Etienne (exhibition catalogue), 1958. 21 illustrations. 23 pages. Limited availability.

Softcover: $5.00


Josef Scharl (1896-1954): Memorial Exhibition

Galerie St. Etienne (exhibition catalogue), 1956. 6 black and white illustrations. 15 pages.

Softcover: $5.00


Maus I & II

Text and drawings by Art Spiegelman. Pantheon Books. Two-volume set in slipcase. 318 pages.

Hardcover: $37.00


Maus I: My Father Bleeds History

Text and drawings by Art Spiegelman. Pantheon Books, 1973. 159 pages. Limited availability.

Hardcover: $18.00

Softcover: $14.00


Maus II: And Here My Troubles Began

Text and drawings by Art Spiegelman. Pantheon Books, 1986. 159 pages. Limited availability.

Softcover: $12.00


The Wild Party

Text by Joseph Moncure March; introduction and drawings by Art Spiegelman. Pantheon Books, 1994. 73 black and white illustrations. 111 pages. Limited availability.

Hardcover: $22.00


Hildegard Bachert: A Memoir

By Hildegard Bachert; edited by Jane Kallir; interviews with Hildegard Bachert conducted by Courtney Donner, Fay Duftler, Jane Kallir, Elizabeth Marcus and Alisa Nathan. Galerie St. Etienne, 2010. Published on the occasion of the 70th anniversary of Hildegard Bachert's tenure at the Galerie St. Etienne. Illustrated. 45 pages.

Softcover: $15.00


Kunst und Wahn

Kunstforum Wien/DuMont Buchverlag (exhibition catalogue), 1997. Text in German. Illustrated. 454 pages. Limited availability.

Softcover: $125.00


Saved from Europe

By Jane Kallir. Galerie St. Etienne (exhibition catalogue), 1999. Exhibition commemorated the sixtieth anniversary of the Galerie St. Etienne. Chronicles the story of the gallery’s founder, Otto Kallir, his escape from Nazi Austria and his struggle to introduce Austrian Expressionism to American. Details the history of the Galerie St. Etienne. 33 color plates; 36 black and white illustrations. 112 pages.

Hardcover: $25.00


Arnold Schoenberg’s Vienna

By Jane Kallir. Galerie St. Etienne/Rizzoli, 1985; accompanied an exhibition of the same title. The first comprehensive account of Arnold Schoenberg's little known but fascinating career as a painter, placed in the context of other developments in turn-of-the-century Vienna. 50 color plates; 28 black and white illustrations. 120 pages.

Softcover: $20.00


Art and Politics in Weimar Germany

Galerie St. Etienne, 1993; accompanied an exhibition of the same title. Chronology and artists’ biographies. 31-page pamphlet.

Softcover: $5.00


Austria’s Expressionism

By Jane Kallir. Galerie St. Etienne/Rizzoli, 1981; accompanied an exhibition of the same title. The first in-depth study in English to focus on the Expressionist movement in Austria. With appendices on the exhibitions and publications of Otto Kallir. 31 color plates; 56 black and white illustrations. 100 pages. Limited availability. In used condition.

Softcover: $25.00


Austrian Expressionists

Galerie St. Etienne (exhibition catalogue), 1964. Exhibition included works by Herbert Boeckl, Anton Faistauer, Gustav Klimt, Alfred Kubin, Oskar Kokoschka, Richard Gerstl, Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel, Oskar Laske and Egon Schiele. With biographical statements on each artist. 16 black and white illustrations. 28 pages.

Softcover: $10.00


Gustav Klimt/Egon Schiele

Essays by Thomas M. Messer, Alessandra Comini and Jane Kallir. Galerie St. Etienne/Paul Zsolnay Verlag, 1980; accompanied an exhibition of the same title. A concise survey of the artists' works, with special emphasis on the efforts of Dr. Otto Kallir to introduce Klimt and Schiele to the United States. Text in German. 34 color plates; 29 black and white illustrations. 96 pages.

Softcover: $18.00


In Passionate Pursuit: A Memoir

By Alessandra Comini. Memoir of six decades as an art historian. Illustrated. 240 pages. Limited availability.

Hardcover: $22.50


Klimt/Schiele/Kokoschka: L’età d’oro di Vienna con i suoi maestri

Essays by Jane Kallir, Marian Bisanz-Prakken, Emily Braun, Gerbert Frodl, Claudio Strinati and Alfred Weidinger. Mazzotta (Museo Revoltella exhibition catalogue), 2001. Text in Italian. 116 color plates; 50 black and white illustrations. 195 pages. Limited availability.

Softcover: $45.00


Otto Kallir-Nirenstein: Ein Wegbereiter österreichischer Kunst

Essays by Hans Bisanz, Jane Kallir and Vita Maria Künstler. Museums of the City of Vienna (exhibition catalogue), 1986. Exhibition commemorated Otto Kallir’s contributions to the advancement of early twentieth century Austrian art. Text in German. 18 color plates; 78 black and white illustrations. 103 pages.

Softcover: $18.00


Richard Gerstl/Oskar Kokoschka

By Jane Kallir; with essays by Victor Hammer and Lotte Mandl Friedlander. Galerie St. Etienne (exhibition catalogue), 1992. Exhibition included paintings and drawings. The only English-language book on Gerstl. 32 color plates; 37 black and white illustrations. 96 pages.

Softcover: $20.00


Sehnsucht nach Glück: Klimt, Kokoschka, Schiele

Edited and foreword by Sabine Schulze; with contributions by Ilsebill Barta Fliedl, Edwin Becker, Marian Bisanz-Prakken, Gottfried Fliedl, Gerbert Frodl, Klaus Herding, Annegret Hoberg, Jane Kallir, Günter Metken, Jutta Müller-Tamm, Iris Müller-Westermann, Peter Parenzan, Anja Petz, Klaus Albrecht Schröder and Sabine Schulze. Verlag Gerd Hatje, 1995; catalogue for an exhibition at the Schirn Kunsthalle. Text in German. Illustrated. 381 pages. Limited availability. In used condition.

Softcover: $60.00


Viennese Design and the Wiener Werkstätte

By Jane Kallir; with a forward by Carl E. Schorske. Galerie St. Etienne/George Braziller, 1986; accompanied an exhibition of the same title. A comprehensive history of the Wiener Werkstätte (Vienna Workshop), with an examination of its varied activities, including art and architecture, as well as furniture, metalwork, ceramics, fashion and textile design. All the major artists of the period are well represented, including Gustav Klimt, Oskar Kokoschka, Koloman Moser, Josef Hofmann and Egon Schiele. 55 color plates; 195 black and white illustrations. 152 pages.

Softcover: $18.00


Wiener Werkstätte

Galerie St. Etienne (exhibition catalogue), 1966. The first American exhibition on the subject; included silver, enamel, ceramics, glass, paintings and graphic art, with work by Josef Hoffman, Dagobert Peche, Maria Likartz, Vally Wieselthier, Gustav Klimt, Oskar Kokoschka, Egon Schiele and others. 29 black and white illustrations. 32 pages.

Softcover: $10.00


A Group Of Natural Painters

Introductions by Jean Lipman and Otto Kallir; with autobiographical statements by the artists. Galerie St. Etienne (exhibition catalogue), 1952. Exhibition included works by contemporary American self-taught artists such as Streeter Blair, H.O. Kelly, Israel Litwak, Grandma Moses and Ladis Sabo. 5 illustrations. 22 pages.

Softcover: $5.00


American Folk Art Masters

Foreword by Frank Holt; with essays by Wendell Garrett, Virginia M. Mecklenburg; Carolyn J. Weekley, Jane Kallir and Stephen May. Mennello Museum of American Folk Art (exhibition catalogue), 2001. 35 color illustrations. 72 pages. Limited availability.

Softcover: $15.00


American Primitive Paintings

Smithsonian Institution (exhibition catalogue), 1958. Exhibition included works by Edward Hicks, Joseph Pickett, John Kane, Horace Pippin and Grandma Moses. 8 illustrations. 32 pages. Limited availability.

Softcover: $15.00


American Primitives: Edward Hicks, Joseph Pickett, John Kane, and others

Galerie St. Etienne (exhibition catalogue). 10 Illustrations. 12 pages.

Softcover: $5.00


Blug: Gugging, ein Ort der Kunst/Blug: Gugging, Grounds for Art

Edited by Johann Feilacher; with essays by Johann Feilacher, Helmut Zambo, Nina Katschnig, Florian Reese, Roger Cardinal, Jane Kallir and John Maizels. Christian Brandstätter Verlag, 2006. A study of the work of the residents of the Haus der Künstler (House of Artists) at the Lower Austrian Psychiatric Hospital in the hamlet of Gugging, outside Vienna. Text in English and German. 175 color and 31 black and white illustrations. 199 pages. Limited availability.

Hardcover: $75.00


Die Maler des heiligen Herzens/The Painters of the Sacred Heart

By Eva Karcher. Edition Charlotte Zander/Wachter Verlag, 1996. Study of the works of André Bauchant, Camille Bombois, Henri Rousseau, Séraphine Louis and Louis Vivin. With lists of exhibitions and publications. Text in English and German. 89 color plates; 45 black and white documentary photographs. 238 pages. Limited availability.

Hardcover: $80.00


Four American Primitives

ACA Galleries (exhibition catalogue), 1972. Exhibition included works by Edward Hicks, John Kane, Anna Mary Robertson (“Grandma”) Moses and Horace Pippin. 64 illustrations. 57 pages. Limited availability.

Softcover: $15.00


Masters of Naive Art

Edited by Hata International; with an essay by Jane Kallir. Daimaru Museum, 1989. Catalogue for an exhibition at the Daimaru Museum Kyoto, Yamagataya Art Gallery, Hakata Daimaru Art Gallery and Tokyo Daimaru Art Gallery. Exhibition included works by French, American, Haitian and Yugoslavian artists. Text in English and Japanese. 91 color plates; 86 black and white illustrations. 132 pages. Limited availability.

Hardcover: $30.00


Panorama of Yugoslav Primitive Art

Introbuction and biographies of the artists by Dr. Alexandra Kreid. Galerie St. Etienne (exhibition catalogue), 1963. Exhibition assembled by the Yugoslav Academy of Arts and Sciences. 14 black and white illustrations. 20 pages. Limited availability.

Softcover: $5.00


Sonneastro: Die Künstler aus Gugging

Essays by Leo Navratil, Johann Feilacher and Michel Thévoz. Kulturabteilung des Landes Niederösterreich and Haus der Künstler, Gugging, 1990. Selected works and biographies of the artists of Gugging. 81 color and black and white illustrations. Text in English and German. 175 pages.

Hardcover: $60.00


They Taught Themselves: American Primitive Painters of the 20th century

By Sidney Janis; with a foreword by Alfred H. Barr. Sanford L. Smith & Associates, 1999. Reprint of Janis' seminal 1942 publication. 9 color and 84 black and white illustrations. 236 pages.

Softcover: $30.00