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1 Whirligigs & Weathervanes. Contemporary Sculpture
Eugene, OR Visual Arts Resources 1994 
First Edition. Paperbound. Illustrated. A catalogue issued to accompany a touring exhibition of Americana folk art whirligigs and weathervanes. As one artist relfects upon his work: “Overall, my pieces are simply playful and are about everyday events on my farm...the day the porcupine ate the roses...the beaver and the 16 cats that live here. My sculpture recreates the essence of the place...the sounds, the smells, romance, and the adventure.” With several small University Arts Library stamps, else fine in printed wrappers. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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2 WHITNEY, MARYLOU Cornelia Vanderbilt Whitney's Dollhouse. The Story of a Dollhouse and the People Who Lived In It
New York Farrar, Straus, & Giroux 1975 
First Edition. Oblong format. Illustrated with photographs by E. Martin Jessee and drawings by Jouett W. Redmond, Jr. Fine in a very good plus internally tape reinforced dust jacket with a few tiny tears. The charming story of the elaborate design and construction of a dollhouse. 
Price: 65.00 USD
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3 [WEST POINT & FORT PUTNAM] Original Lithograph Print Entitled “WEST POINT & FORT PUTNAM From the East.” Drawn from Nature by E. Whitefield
New York 1846 
This is an original stone lithograph, approximately 10” x 7 1/2” from “North American Scenery Faithfully Delineated in a Series of Illustrative Views. From Original Drawings, Taken on the Spot by E. Whitefield.” This West Point view was in part 2 of seven monthly installments published in 1846, beginning in January; 4 views in each part. The image shows the Academy buildings at West Point, with a double-wheeled steamboat and sailboats on the river, with the North Hudson highlands in the background, and some buildings in the area of Cold Spring. For details on White and his work see “Edwin Whitefield. 19th Century North American Scenery” by B.A. Morton. This West Point print is not listed in Stokes' “Historical American Prints,” nor in the bibliography of views of West Point in “The Centennial of USMA at West Point, New York.” nor in “List of Prints, Books, Manuscripts, Etc., Relating to...Hudson River.” Some very faint and not unpleasing age toning, an attractive and truly rare West Point print. 
Price: 750.00 USD
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