London, Council for Encouragement of Music and the Arts, 1943
(24.5 cm), (6) 112 (16) pp. Publisher’s printed wrappers. - Catalogue of an exhibition displaying photographs (rather than original art objects) on the theme of England’s cultural and artistic relationship with the European continent, from prehistory to end of the 19th century, a demonstration of the organisers’ (Fritz Saxl and Rudolf Wittkower) “Warburgian” methodological perspective. “Third impression, 1943”. ¶ Very good, unmarked copy.
(25 cm), xxi, 391 pp., frontispiece and 96 plates. Publisher’s cloth. - “A rich and fascinating volume. The theme may be stated as the reception of the Renaissance into the fabric of English art, and the interaction of foreign and native elements in this process makes an absorbing story” (from a review by Giles Robertson, in The English Historical Review, volume 73, 1958, pp.299-300). ¶ Lacks printed dust jacket; a good, unmarked copy.
Turin, Torino Arti grafiche Flli Pozzo-Salvati-Gros Monti e C., 1963-1964
Three volumes (24 cm), I: xix (1), 16 (4) pp., 68 plates (5 in colour), 28 pp., 87 (3) pp., 201 plates, 56 pp., 69 plates (3 in colour). II: 128 pp., 238 plates (11 in colour), 59 (1) pp., 86 plates, 28 pp., 36 plates (6 in colour).III: 27 (1) pp., 417 plates (5 in colour), 16 pp., 34 plates (7 in colour), 7 (1) pp., 56 plates (9 in colour), 8 pp., 64 plates (8 in colour), 32 pp., 72 plates (1 in colour), 28 pp., 19 plates (2 in colour), 44 pp., 20 plates, 10, 9 (3) pp. Publisher’s laminated pictorial wrappers. - Second edition. Contents of volume I: La mostra (Vittorio Viale); Le sedi (M. Bernardi); Architettura (N. Carboneri); Scenografia (Mercedes Viale Ferrero). Volume II: Pittura (Andreina Griseri); Scultura (Luigi Mallè: Arazzi (Mercedes Viale Ferrero). Volume III: Mobili e intagli (Vittorio Viale); Tessuti e ricami (Mercedes Viale Ferrero); Maioliche (Vittorio Viale); Porcellane (Vittorio Viale); Argenti (Augusto Bargoni); Libri e rilegature (Marina Bersano Begey); Monete e medaglie (Anna Serena Fava); Casa di caccia di Stupinigi: itinerario (Giovanna Grandi); Restauri a Palazzo Reale (Rosalba Amerio Tardito). The section on books and bindings in volume III comprises 175 exhibits, of which 31 are illustrated (20 of these are bookbindings). ¶ From the library of Joseph Clemens, Prinz von Bayern (1902-1990), sold by Schneider-Henn, Kunstbücher und Dokumentation aus der Bibliothek Joseph Clemens Prinz von Bayern, Munich, 11-12 May 1992, lot 1619. Very good, unmarked copy.
(27 cm), 24,  pp., 53 p. of black & white illustrations, 4 colour plates. Publisher’s printed wrappers. - An well-annotated catalogue of 69 paintings, sculptures, drawings, and prints, not all “Baroque” (works by Fragonard, Greuze, and Robert - all of whom died in the 19th century - are included). Included are a drawing by Pietro da Cortona for Ferrari’s De florum cultura (1633), copies of Goltzius’s De re numaria (1708) and the Aedes Barberinae ad Quirinali (Rome 1642). Printed at the Stinehour Press and The Meriden Gravure Company. ¶ Several pencil annotations. Good copy.
London, Sotheby Parke Bernet / Rizzoli International, 1976
(34 cm), 751 (1) pp., 740 black & white illustrations, 24 full-page colour plates. Publisher’s grey cloth, pictorial dust jacket. - A comprehensive study of European goldsmith work, “one of the most important contributions to the history of the decorative arts of the renaissance produced in this century” (from a review by R.W. Lightbown, in The Burlington Magazine, volume 125, June 1983, p.361). Hayward was a pioneer in reviving the neglected study of drawings and engravings, and among the plates are over 200 examples of graphic work, either pure ornamental design or studies for vessels. Arntzen & Rainwater P-476. ¶ Dust jacket worn (without losses); otherwise an excellent, unmarked copy.
(21.5 cm), 173 pp.,  p. of plates. Publisher’s pictorial wrappers. - Fourth edition (tenth impression; first published in Great Britain in 1973). ¶ Ownership inscription on half-title; occasional ink annotations in text.
(25 cm), 410 pp., illustrations (some in colour). Publisher’s blue cloth, pictorial dust jacket. - One of five volumes documenting an exhibition held in Florence in 1980 in a half-dozen venues. Arntzen & Rainwater P-21. ¶ Wrapper slightly worn; otherwise a very good, unmarked copy.
Two volumes (24 cm), I (Zeughaus): 430 pp., profuselyillustrated. II (Rathaus): 546 pp., profuselyillustrated. 961 catalogue entries. Publisher’s pictorial wrappers. - The exhibition featured several hundred books, some of which are minutely described. Among the essays is Josef Bellot, “Augsburger Buckdruck und Buchillustrationen im Zeitalter der Glaubenkämpfe”. Lacking volume III (Beiträge), containing proceedings of the conference held 28-29 July 1980 in Augsburg (Augsburg 1530-1620. Eine Reichsstadt im Spannungsfeld der Geschichte). ¶ Textblock loosening in wrappers (vol. II only). Good, unmarked copy.
(26.5 cm), xxiii, 248 pp., 250 illustrations (100 in colour). Errata slip loosely inserted. Publisher’s pictorial wrappers. - Exhibition of 282 paintings, sculpture, prints, drawings, manuscripts, books, and decorative arts, documenting the patronage of the arts in Mantua by members of the Gonzaga family, particularly Francesco II Gonzaga, Isabella d’Este and Federico II Gonzaga. Full catalogue entries and fourteen essays. ¶ Crack in spine; otherwise in good state of preservation.
(26 cm), 304 pp., 357 illustrations. Publisher’s pictorial wrappers. - Reprints fifteen of Wittkower’s essays (original publication date within parentheses): Carlo Rainaldi and the architecture of the high Baroque in Rome (1937), The third arm of Bernini’s Piazza S. Pietro (1949), A counter-project to Bernini’s Piazza S. Pietro (1939-1940), The vicissitudes of a dynastic monument: Bernini’s equestrian statue of Louis XIV (1961), The role of classical models in Bernini’s and Poussin’s preparatory work (1963), Pietro da Cortona’s project for reconstructing the temple of Palestrina (1935), Santa Maria della Salute (1963), Francesco Borromini, his character and life (1967), Guarini the Man (1972), A Sketchbook of Filippo Juvarra at Chatsworth (1949), Vittone’s domes (1972), Vittone’s drawings in the Musée des Arts Décoratifs (1967), Piranesi’s architectural creed (1938), Piranesi as architect (1961), Piranesi and eighteenth-century Egyptomania (1970). First paperback edition (original edition London: Thames and Hudson, 1975). ¶ Very good, unmarked copy.
Stockholm, Almqvist & Wiksell / Humanities Press, 1982-1986
Two volumes (25 cm), I: ix, 388 pp., illustrations. II: viii, 404 pp., illustrations. Publisher’s pictorial cloth (no dust jackets issued). - A survey of art and architecture of Baroque Rome (1585-1689), synthesizing a vast amount of scholarly literature, both historical and art historical. ¶ As new.
London, Royal Academy / Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1983
(28 cm), 413 pp., 376 illustrations (98 in colour). Publisher’s pictorial wrappers. - The most important display of Venetian art outside of Italy in fifty years: 147 paintings, 84 drawings, 63 prints, and 42 sculptures and works of art. Every work is reproduced in the catalogue (95 of them colour), with commentaries by forty-eight contributing scholars. James Byam Shaw introduces the drawings and David Landau contributes an essay “Printmaking in Venice and the Veneto”. ¶ Fine copy.
London, Royal Academy / Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1983
(28 cm), 413 (3) pp., 376 illustrations (98 in colour). Errata sheet loosely inserted. Publisher’s pictorial wrappers. - The most important display of Venetian art outside of Italy in fifty years: 147 paintings, 84 drawings, 63 prints, and 42 sculptures and works of art. Every work is reproduced in the catalogue (95 of them colour), with commentaries by forty-eight contributing scholars. James Byam Shaw introduces the drawings and David Landau contributes an essay “Printmaking in Venice and the Veneto” (pp.303-354). ¶ Fine, unmarked copy.
(31 cm), xiv, 322 pp., illustrations. Publisher’s cloth, pictorial dust jacket. - A very useful book, particularly strong in the graphic arts, discussing 213 works by forty-six different artists (the last major artist treated is Christoph Jamnitzer, who died in 1618). The great majority are prints and illustrated books, lent by North American collections, supplemented by twenty-one works loaned by museums in Nuremberg. ¶ Fine, unmarked copy.
Two volumes (24.5 cm), I: 509 (1) pp., illustrations (most in colour). II: 508 pp., illustrations (most in colour). Publisher’s pictorial wrappers. - Exhibition of paintings, drawings, sculpture, decorative arts, maps, topographical views, and printed books, conceived by Raffaello Causa, and dedicated to his memory by Nicola Spinosa. Eighty scholars contributed essays or entries to the catalogue, including Ermanno Bellucci (publishing), Roberto Middione (bookbindings), Giancarlo Alisio (guidebooks), and Franco Mancini (festival and theatrical books and prints). ¶ Lacking publisher’s pictorial slipcase; otherwise a very good, unmarked copy.
Three volumes (28 cm), I (Pittura): 479 (1) pp., 325 illustrations (202 in colour). II (Disegno, Incisione, Scultura, Arti minori): 511 (1) pp., 469 illustrations (52 in colour). III (Biografie): 206 pp., 16 colour illustrations. Publisher’s pictorial wrappers. - Catalogue for an exhibition organised by Comitato Raffaello e Seicento fiorentini. ¶ Excellent set.
Seattle & London, University of Washington Press, 1988
(28 cm), 249 (3) pp., illustrations (some in colour). 230 catalogue entries. Publisher’s pictorial wrappers. - Exhibition celebrating the tercentenary of the English Revolution with a display of contemporary American and European decorative arts, paintings and graphic arts. Much of the exhibition focuses on Daniel Marot (c. 1663-1752), a Huguenot who served as court designer for William and Mary. Essays by Reinier Baarsen (The Court Style in Holland), Gervase Jackson-Stops (The Court Style in Britain), Phillip M. Johnston (The William and Mary Style in America), Elaine Evans Dee (Printed Sources for the William and Mary Style). ¶ Good, unmarked copy.