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New York: [GQ], 1996. Approximately 24 x 18”, crayon and pastel on paper, appearing in slightly different form in the December, 1996 issue of GQ for “Fashion Plates.” Many of this series were collected in Sorel’s Unauthorized Portraits (1997). Coward is depicted in his dressing gown, casually elegant, cigarette in.....
New York: Societa Libraria Italiana, 1918. Cartoon on silk, printed in color, approximately 14 1/2” square. While the Italian title is printed at the bottom, suggesting that this was primarily marketed to Italian-Americans, which is made even more likely as Garibaldi and the Italian king are sketched alongside the likenesses.....
New York: The Viking Press, 1941. First Edition. Some soiling, spotting and staining; a good copy in a price-clipped, worn dust jacket. Caldecott Award winner for 1942. A remarkably uncommon book in a first edition, read to death by or to children, especially beloved in Boston, where the ducks are.....
Waldport, Oregon: Unitide Press, 1944. First Published Edition of a work issued (without one elegy) earlier in mimeograph. Presentation copy; inscribed in 1944 to fellow poet Bill Shank, also an inmate at a camp near Waldport for conscientious objectors. Publisher’s wrappers; very good.