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Photography Books Signed by Authors, 20th Century, Twenty Titles.

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3123T
Lot:
1457
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Auction:
Discovery - 3123T
Location:
Marlborough
Date / Time :
August 22, 2018 10:00AM

Description:

Photography Books Signed by Authors, 20th Century, Twenty Titles. Including: William Albert Allard's Vanishing Breed, Boston: Little, Brown, & Co., stated first printing, oblong folio with dust jacket, inscribed and signed on ffep by Allard to Cosindas; Bradford Washburn's Mountain Photography, Seattle: the Mountaineers, 1999, stated first edition, oblong folio in dust jacket, signed and inscribed to Cosindas by Washburn on title, Cosindas's signature on title, with postcard and 8 x 10 color photograph of Washburn inserted; Andrea Modica's Treadwell, San Francisco: Chronicle Books, [1996], signed and inscribed by Modica on title to Cosindas, in publisher's cloth and dust jacket, oblong folio; Nathan Lyons, Syl Labrot, and Walter Chappell's Under the Sun, New York: Braziller, 1960; [together with] sixteen additional 20th century photography books, most signed by the artist to Cosindas.

Provenance: The estate of Marie Cosindas, pioneer photographer, Boston.
Provenance: The estate of Marie Cosindas, pioneer photographer, Boston.
Estimate $200-300


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Keywords

William Albert Allard, Nathan Lyons, Syl Labrot, Seattle, Andrea Modica, Bradford Washburn, Dust jacket, Guggenheim Fellows, Marie Cosindas, Photography, Visual arts, Walter Chappell, Washburn

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