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THOREAU MacDONALD: A CATALOGUE OF DESIGN AND ILLUSTRATION., Edison, Margaret E.  Letter by Barker Fairley.  Autobiographical note by Thoreau MacDonald.
21 Edison, Margaret E. Letter by Barker Fairley. Autobiographical note by Thoreau MacDonald. THOREAU MacDONALD: A CATALOGUE OF DESIGN AND ILLUSTRATION.
Toronto University of Toronto Press 1973 0802019595 / 9780802019592 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good - Very Good- Thoreau MacDonald. 
190 pp, small 4to (10 3/4" H). Ex-library copy. Profusely illustrated in b&w. "(A) record of the works of Thoreau MacDonald as a designer and illustrator. The basis of the catalogue is a collection built up by Margaret E. Edison since the early thirites, when TM began to be a leader in Canadian book designing: it is the first bibliographic catalogue of the work of a Canadian artist. Thoreau MacDonald, born near Toronto in 1901, is the only son of J.E.H. MacDonald, a member of the Group of Seven. His childhood was spent in the woods and fields near High Park and his chapter of recollections, written especially for this book, tells of his delight in nature. For the past sixty years, he has lived in Thornhill, and his love and respect for the rural way of life is referred to by Barker Fairley in an introductory letter, also written for this book. An evaluation of his work by E.R. Hunter, art critic and author of a book on Thoreau MacDonald, is contained in the text." Ex-library copy with the a few stamps and labels - mainly at front and rear, several very small old tape residue marks on endpapers, slight browning to edges of text block - soiling on top near spine, light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine. Dust jacket has very light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine and flap-folds, sticker mark/residue at bottom of spine, small tear at top of front hinge - archivally taped, old cover/tape residue marks at top of inside spine - now protected by removeable mylar sleeve. 
Price: 40.00 USD
 
 
THOREAU MacDONALD: A CATALOGUE OF DESIGN AND ILLUSTRATION., Edison, Margaret E.  Letter by Barker Fairley.  Autobiographical note by Thoreau MacDonald.
22 Edison, Margaret E. Letter by Barker Fairley. Autobiographical note by Thoreau MacDonald. THOREAU MacDONALD: A CATALOGUE OF DESIGN AND ILLUSTRATION.
Toronto University of Toronto Press 1973 0802019595 / 9780802019592 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good Very Good- Thoreau MacDonald. 
190 pp, small 4to (10 3/4" H). Profusely illustrated in b&w. "(A) record of the works of Thoreau MacDonald as a designer and illustrator. The basis of the catalogue is a collection built up by Margaret E. Edison since the early thirites, when TM began to be a leader in Canadian book designing: it is the first bibliographic catalogue of the work of a Canadian artist. Thoreau MacDonald, born near Toronto in 1901, is the only son of J.E.H. MacDonald, a member of the Group of Seven. His childhood was spent in the woods and fields near High Park and his chapter of recollections, written especially for this book, tells of his delight in nature. For the past sixty years, he has lived in Thornhill, and his love and respect for the rural way of life is referred to by Barker Fairley in an introductory letter, also written for this book. An evaluation of his work by E.R. Hunter, art critic and author of a book on Thoreau MacDonald, is contained in the text." Minor wrinkling at top/bottom of spine, slight waviness to book. Dust jacket has deveral small edge tears archivally taped, a few tiny chips, light fading to spine color, minor soiling - including a small ink line at top edge of rear panel. 
Price: 50.00 USD
 
 
23 Ekers, Catherine. QUEBEC NOSTALGIE.
Collins, Toronto, 1976, Ist ed. 
48 pp, oblong 8vo, hard cover in dust jacket. SIGNED BY ARTIST AND AUTHOR. "Quebec Nostalgie captures the romance, the traditions, the flavor of the Belle Province through twenty outstanding watercolors by the well-known Montreal artist, Bobby Atk inson. Text in English and French. Dust jacket has light wear and minor soiling. VG+/VG 
Price: 25.00 USD
 
 
24 Finley, Gerald. GEORGE HERIOT: POSTMASTER-PAINTER OF THE CANADAS.
Toronto University of Toronto Press 1983 0802055842 / 9780802055842 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good George Heriot. 
310 pp, 9 1/2" H. B&w reproductions. "George Heriot (1759-1839), a Scot, is best known as a skilled landscape watercolourist and as the contentious deputy postmaster general of British North America from 1800 to 1816. He was also a travel writer and a poet. In this volume, a combination of biography and art history, Gerald Finaly presents, for the first time, a rounded picture of Heriot, revealing his motives and ideals while also illuminating the texture of life in Canada during the early years of settlement. In describing Heriot's several roles as artist, administrator, patriot, spy, Fnley presents a portrait of an eighteenth-century gentleman whose superficial desires were for an active public life but whose deeper yearnings were for a life of contemplation. This volume serves to recognize Heriot's artistic achievement and to accord him the place he deserves in the history of Canadian art and the country itself." Minor wrinkling at top of spine, three small faint stains on rear board. 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
TORONTO IN ART:  150 YEARS THROUGH ARTISTS' EYES., Firth, Edith G.
25 Firth, Edith G. TORONTO IN ART: 150 YEARS THROUGH ARTISTS' EYES.
Toronto Fitzhenry & Whiteside / City of Toronto 1983 0889027129 / 9780889027121 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good+ Very Good 
199 pp, 11 1/4" H. (B)rings together reproductions of over 170 paintings, drawings, watercolours and prints, in which 130 individual artists have interpreted aspects of the city of Toronto, from its incorporation in 1834 right up to the present day. Although organized in five chronological sections, it is not simply an illustrated history of the city. Rather it is a gallery of pictures accompanied by explanatory texts. Special emphasis has been given to new and unfamiliar material, and over 100 of the pictures in the book have never been reproduced before. Care has also been taken to reflect the ethnic, religious, social and cultural diversity of the city. The big names are here, among them such figures as Paul Kane, Sanford Fleming and Robert Harris from the Victorian period, several members of the Group of Seven, and more recent masters such as Jack Bush and David Milne. But here also are a host of less famous artists: some city residents, some passing visitors, some anonymous, some amateurs whose enthusiasm was greater than their talent. All, however, in their own ways, have made a vital contribution to our record of Toronto as it was and is." Minor scuff on bottom edge of front board, book slightly curved. Dust jacket has been price-clipped, very light edge wrinkling, three small edge tears archivally taped, slight waviness to back panel. 
Price: 50.00 USD
 
 
26 Foreword by Paul Rodrik (Signed). (Frank H. Johnston.) "WESTERN SKETCHBOOKS - 1924" FIRST EDITION.
White Briar Publications 1970 First Edition Unbound Very Good Poor Frank H. Johnston. 
Card folder printed on four sides (title on front / foreword on verso, numbered "Copy Number 99" and signed by Paul Rodrik who was Johnston's son and an artist in his own right / "Biography of Franz Johnston" on inside and verso of rear), containing eight b&w reproductions from Johnston's 1924 sketchbooks showing views around Banff/Lake Louise area. 15" H x 11" W, in original glassine envelope. Sketches have a small soft bump to top corners, folder has a 2" line indentation on front panel, very light browning and soft wrinkling on spine, soft bump at top of spine and at top corner. Glassine envelope has tears, chips, creasing and yellowing, but is basically complete. 
Price: 45.00 USD
 
 
THE ART OF DAVID BLACKWOOD., Gough, William.  (David Blackwood).
27 Gough, William. (David Blackwood). THE ART OF DAVID BLACKWOOD.
Toronto McGraw-Hill Ryerson 1988 0075496801 / 9780075496809 First Edition Hard Cover Fine Very Good David Blackwood 
Unpaginated, square small 4to (10 3/4" H x 10 3/4" D). Profusely illustrated with colour reproductions of the artist's work and b&w photographs. "(This book) is an experience as direct as a Nor'Easter, powerful as spring. It gathers together, for the first time in print, a retrospective of the major works of this gifted artist. Through the detail of the particular lives and places of his native Newfoundland, David Blackwood moves to the universal, to the pivot and that creates great art. Vibrant, vital, and the work of a master artist, (it) is also the work of a master storyteller, a narrative that has all the power and delight of this native 'New Found Land'. The prints are accompanied by a lean commentary from the novelist and poet, William Gough." Dust jacket has very light edge wear, slight fading to spine color, light rubbing, very light bowning at top edge of flaps and inside top edge. 
Price: 105.00 USD
 
 
28 Harper, Jennifer. CITY WORK AT COUNTRY PRICES: THE PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHS OF DUNCAN DONOVAN.
Toronto Oxford University Press 1977 195402758 First Edition Soft Cover Very Good+ Very Good Duncan Donovan, photographer. 
64 pp, 10 1/4" H. "In small communities throughout the western world, from the 1880s until the develop- ment of the hand-held camera in the twentieth century, the town portrait photographer was the chronicler of his time. Duncan Donovan (1857-1933) of Alexandria, Glengarry County, Ont., was typical. He portrayed the ceremonial events of life from birth to death, and the stages in between, for people who treasured such photographs and posed for them with a sense of being involved in a ritual. Choosing the most appealing of Donovan's photographs from the plates that have survived, (the author) has created a memorable album that offers a glimpse of Grandmother's World - the seven ages of man as lived in a small Ontario town and its environs in the early part of (the 20th) century. The photographs have been reproduced in duotone to capture the richness and distinction of the original prints. A brief historical introduction discusses Donovan's work and the significance of portrait photography in his professional lifetime which extended from the 1890s to 1924." Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - very small soft crease at bottom corner of rear cover. Dust jacket has very light edge wrinkling, very light rubbing, light wear and small creases at top of spine. 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
LAWREN HARRIS., Harris, Bess and Colgrove, R.G.P., eds.  Introduction by Northrop Frye.  (Lawren Harris).
29 Harris, Bess and Colgrove, R.G.P., eds. Introduction by Northrop Frye. (Lawren Harris). LAWREN HARRIS.
Macmillan of Canada, Toronto, 1969. 
146 pp, oblong (10" H x 13 3/4" D) hard cover in slipcase. Profusely illustrated in colour and b&w. "Here is the working life of Lawren Harris. Painting is not an entertainment or an occupation for him; it is a communicative way of life. The pai ntings have been chosen to show the range of the work produced during the years 1910 to 1968. Writing was, for him, a means of clarifying thought, of sorting out observations, and of sifting ideas. The text is made up of selections from hi s w r i t i n gs - published articles, notebooks written between the years 1920 and 1960, and 'Contrasts', a volume of poems published in 1922." This is a heavy volume, requiring extra postage. Slight browning to spine. Slipcase has light to mod er a te e dg e we ar , light fading to color at front edges Very Good+/Very Good- 
Price: 70.00 USD
 
 
DAVID MILNE.  WATERCOLOURS: AN OVERVIEW., Hartman, John, Introduction.
30 Hartman, John, Introduction. DAVID MILNE. WATERCOLOURS: AN OVERVIEW.
Toronto Mira Godard Gallery 1999 Soft Cover Very Good David Milne. 
39 pp, 9" H. Colour reproductions. The catalogue of the exhibition. Contents: Introduction; Colour Plates; David Milne 1882-1953; List of Works in Exhibtion. Interior - faint pencil erasure marks at top corner of first page, otherwise clean and tight with no other ownership marks. Exterior - minor edge wear, one small corner crease and three small soft corner creases, minor faint rubbing to covers. 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
FINE CANADIAN ART.  THURSDAY, MAY 2, 2002., Heffel Fine Art Auction House.
31 Heffel Fine Art Auction House. FINE CANADIAN ART. THURSDAY, MAY 2, 2002.
Heffel Fine Art Auction House, Vancouver, B.C., 2002. 
Unpaginated, 9" H, soft cover. Profusely illustrated in colour. The catalogue of an auction of 204 items. Many Group of Seven entries. Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - minor wear at top of spine, tiny bump on rear hinge. Very Good+ 
Price: 17.50 USD
 
 
CANADIAN PAINTING IN THE THIRTIES., Hill, Charles C.
32 Hill, Charles C. CANADIAN PAINTING IN THE THIRTIES.
The National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, (1975). 
223 pp, 4to, hard cover in dust jacket. B&w photos, reproductions, tipped-in color plates. "In Canada, the years between the onset of the Depression and the outbreak of the Second World War were years of significant change and transition. The eco nomic and political upheavals of the period have, however, overshadowed eqully important developments in Canadian art...(this book) traces these developments in painting in Canada through the works of such artists as A.Y. Jackson, Emily Car r , D a v i d Milne, John Lyman, Andre Bieler, and Goodridge Roberts - from the nationalist, Toronto-based Group of Seven to the internationalist Contemporary Arts Society of Montreal." Dust jacket has small closed tears up to 1/2", browning - m ai nl y o n th e sp i ne and flap-folds, creases at edges - mainly between tears, small faint water mark on spine, tiny closed puncture on front flap-fold, very tiny foxing marks on front panel, light rubbing to panels. VG+/G 
Price: 125.00 USD
 
 
THE NATIONAL GALLERY OF CANADA CATALOGUE OF PAINTINGS AND SCULPTURE.  VOLUME III:  CANADIAN SCHOOL., Hubbard, R.H.  Foreword by Charles Comfort.
33 Hubbard, R.H. Foreword by Charles Comfort. THE NATIONAL GALLERY OF CANADA CATALOGUE OF PAINTINGS AND SCULPTURE. VOLUME III: CANADIAN SCHOOL.
Toronto University of Toronto Press 1960 Hard Cover Very Good Fair 
463 pp, 10 1/4" H. B&w reproductions. **Volume III: Canadian School** only. "In order to make the volume of maximum value, more than one thousand works have been illustrated, through necessarily some half-tones are small in size. Check lists of the War Collections and of the Royal Canadian Academy diplomas are also included. (T)he Gallery's chief curator, Dr. R.H. Hubbard, gives detailed notes on each artist and each painting and sculpture listed." Contents: Foreword; Canadian Painting and Sculpture; Abbreviations; Paintings; Sculpture; Royal Canadian Academy Diploma Collection; Check List of Works in the Study Collection; Check List of Canadian Works in the First and Second World War Collections; Index to Accession Numbers; Index to Portraits; Index to Religious, Mythological, Allegorical, Historical, and Literary Subjects; Index to Genre Subjects; Index to Topography and Landscape; Index to Artists. Previous owner's bookplate on front free endpaper, very light edge wear, minor fading at top/bottom edges of spine, very small faint mark on top of text block. Dust jacket heavy edge wear, 1/2" piece missing at top of spine, small chip at bottom of front panel, scattered scuffs, old tape on inside edges, protected in a mylar sleeve. 
Price: 40.00 USD
 
 
THOMAS DAVIES IN EARLY CANADA., Hubbard, R.H., edited with introduction by.
34 Hubbard, R.H., edited with introduction by. THOMAS DAVIES IN EARLY CANADA.
Canada Oberon 1972 0887500684 / 9780887500688 Hard Cover Very Good - Very Good - 
64 pp, oblong 8vo (8 1/4" H x 11 1/4" D). Profusely illustrated with reproductions of Davies' works in colour and b&w. "When most people think of the early Canadian landscape they think of William Henry Bartlett. Actually, Bartlett was by no means the only painter in early Canada, nor was he the best. One of the earliest, and one of the best of them all, was Thomas Davies. Davies first came to Canada in the seventeen-fifties. He came again in the sixties and then again in the eighties. He came as a commissioned officer in the Royal Artillery. His job was to record the topography of the country for military purposes. But he did much more than that. He preserved for us an exact and faithful likeness of the people, the towns and above all the landscape of early Canada. Little was known of his work until 1953, when a collection of his views was sold at Christie's. Twenty of these were bought by the National Gallery of Canada, others by the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto. It is now possible for the first time to appreciate the remarkable quality of his work. His water-colours are brimful of authentic details of early life in Canada. And they possess a calm and vivid beauty seen nowhere else in Canadian landscapes of the period." Most pages have a very soft small indentation and/or soft handling creases - more on page leaf 23/24, nine page leaves have a crease at top gutter area from manufacturing process, two tiny corner bumps on boards. Dust jacket is price-clipped, has light rubbing, very light browning on spine and at edges, minor wrinkling at top/bottom of spine and flap-folds. 
Price: 17.50 USD
 
 
35 Jefferys, Charles W., compiled and annotated by. (George T. Pepall, Sigmund Samuel, Lorne Pierce.) A CATALOGUE OF THE SIGMUND SAMUEL COLLECTION, CANADIANA AND AMERICANA.
Toronto Ryerson Press 1948 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good+ Good 
180 pp, large 8vo (9 1/2" H). Dark blue boards with gilt lettering/banding spine, gilt lettering and emblem on front board. Pictorial endpapers, 2 colour plates (including the tissue-covered frontis-piece), b&w reproductions. A catalogue of the prints, lithographs, engravings, paintings, etc. in the Sigmund Samuel Collection at the time of printing. Minor wrinke at top of spine. Glassine dust jacket has some edge wrining and small tears. 
Price: 35.00 USD
 
 
36 Jefferys, Charles W., compiled and annotated by. (George T. Pepall, Sigmund Samuel, Lorne Pierce.) A CATALOGUE OF THE SIGMUND SAMUEL COLLECTION, CANADIANA AND AMERICANA.
Toronto Ryerson Press 1948 First Edition Hard Cover Good+ Inscribed by Contributor
180 pp, large 8vo (9 1/2" H). Dark blue boards with gilt lettering/banding spine, gilt lettering and emblem on front board. Inscribed on front free endpaper: "With best wishes. / Sigmund Samuel / 2/6/52." Pictorial endpapers, 2 colour plates (including the tissue-covered frontis-piece), b&w reproductions. A catalogue of the prints, lithographs, engravings, paintings, etc. in the Sigmund Samuel Collection at the time of printing. Minor soiling on copywright page, very light corner wear, faint browning and foxing marks at edges of boards, a few tiny foxing marks on top of text block. 
Price: 35.00 USD
 
 
37 Jones, H. G. And Wight, Darlene Coward. Preface By Stephen D. Borys. ANDREW QAPPIK: PANGNIRTUNG MEMORIES.
Winnipeg, MB Winnipeg Art Gallery 2010 0889150052 / 9780889150058 Soft Cover Near Fine Andrew Qappik 
46 pp, 9" H. Colour and b&w reproductions, photographs, map. "Andrew Qappik (b.1964) is well-known throughout the Canadian Arctic for his design of the flag for Nunavut, as well as the territory's coat of arms and official logo. He was born in a camp 40 miles from the east Baffin Island settlement of Pangnirtung, but his family moved to the community when he was a young child. His first prints were published in the 1978 Pangnirtung annual collection when he was only 14 years old and they have been included in every Pangnirtung collection since then. This, his first solo retrospective, features a selection of 32 prints spanning his graphic career. It also includes an oil painting that was completed by Qappik in late 2009 - an example of his recent interest in that medium. Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - clean and bright. 
Price: 25.00 USD
 
 
38 Laing, G. Blair. MEMOIRS OF AN ART DEALER 2.
Toronto McClelland and Stewart 1982 0771045719 / 9780771045714 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good+ 
213 pp, small 4to (10 3/8" H), dark blue cloth with gold lettering on spine - no dust jacket (as issued) - dark blue slipcase with gold lettering and pastedown. VOLUME 2 ONLY. Profusely illustrated with tipped-in colour plates. Contents: Preface; Governor Simpson's Missing Paul Kanes; Cornelius Krieghoff - Some Friends and Early Patrons; The Bishop's Journal; Drawings and Other Works from Canada's Early Days; The Purloined Rembrandt; Some Artists and Collectors in the Thirties; Art Dealing During and After World War II; The Beginnings of the Great Art Boom; In the Studios of Some Great Sculptors; Reflections on a Career. Just removed from publisher's shrinkwrap for cataloguing. Very light wear at top/bottom of hinges and at corners, one or two tiny scuffs at edges. Slipcase has very light wear at corners, area of very faint color variance on rear panel. 
Price: 47.50 USD
 
 
MORRICE:  A GREAT CANADIAN ARTIST REDISCOVERED., Laing, G. Blair.  Introduction by Jean Sutherland Boggs.
39 Laing, G. Blair. Introduction by Jean Sutherland Boggs. MORRICE: A GREAT CANADIAN ARTIST REDISCOVERED.
Toronto McClelland & Stewart 1984 0771045689 / 9780771045684 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good+ Very Good James Wilson Morrice. 
224 pp, 11 3/4" H. Profusely illustrated with colour reproductions. "James Wilson Morrice is one of the twentieth century's most talented and lyrical painters. Whether depicting a Quebec village in winter, a Paris cafe, or a North African market place, Morrice's vibrant colours and perfectly balanced compositions capture his subjects in a suspended timelessness. The story of (his) life is no less colourful than his paintings. The young James's passion for art took him in 1890, at the age of twenty-five, from his wealthy Montreal background to Paris. It was here, among other artists such as Matisse, and writers such as Somerset Maugham and Arnold Bennett, that he felt a true kinship. And it was not long before Morrice's paintings were seen in the great Salons of Paris, and sent to the Montreal Art Association and the Canadian Art Club in Toronto for exhibition. Laing's fascinating account reveals the complexity of Morrice's genius and gives a definitive picture of James Wilson Morrice - the man, the artist, and his work." Slight waviness at top/bottom edges of text block. Dust jacket has light toning on spine, flap-folds and some edges; one small edge tear archivally taped; minor edge wrinkling. 
Price: 55.00 USD
 
 
THE TOM THOMSON MYSTERY., Little, William T.  Foreword by W.J. Eastaugh.
40 Little, William T. Foreword by W.J. Eastaugh. THE TOM THOMSON MYSTERY.
Toronto McGraw-Hill 1970 0070926557 / 9780070926554 Hard Cover Good+ Good+ 
239 pp, 8 1/2" H. B&w photographs, reproductions, map. "In 1956, nearly forty years after the death of Canadian artist, Tom Thomson, William T. Little and three companions set themselves to a macabre task. Ever since July 16, 1917, when the artist's badly decomposed body was found floating in the waters of Canoe Lake, controversy and conjecture hovered over the matter of how Tom Thomson really met his death. It was as a result of this prolonged uncertainty that the four men began digging in the little cemetery in Algonquin Park where Thomson was supposedly buried. They were determined to solve, if only for themselves, part of the mystery that surrounded the name of Tom Thomson. What they discovered only confirmed their suspicion that the full story of Thomson's untimely death was not in fact as history had recorded it. The lack of sound and conclusive evidence from earlier investigations set William Little into action. Meticulously he pieced together everything that had ever been written, documented, speculated, or theorized about Thomson during the artist's lengthy periods in Algonquin Park - with special emphasis on those strange events which occurred prior to and after his 'accidental death by drowning'. On the one hand William Little has been able to give us a fuller understanding of both Thomson's personality and his instincts as a painter. On the other, he has amassed considerable evidence that suggests a murder, a suspect, and a motive." Large diagonal creasing on page leaf xiii/xiv, small light stain on fore-edge of text block. Dust jacket has light browning at edges and on spine/flap-folds, several very small edge tears and one small 'v' tear on front hinge - all archivally taped, light rubbing/soiling, large corner crease on front flap. 
Price: 17.50 USD
 
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