The Drawings of John Woodhouse Audubon, Illustrating His Adventures Through Mexico and California, 1849-1850
by Dentzel, Carl Schaefer
San Francisco: The Book Club of California, 1957. Hardcover. VG- (No DJ; few marks from previous gallery owner; outer spine is slightly faded and title block has wear; interior is fresh and bright and plates are quite nice.). Decorated paper boards with black cloth spine, red title block on spine with gilt letters and decoration; [86 pp.], 34 color plates. Presents a selection of 34 drawings by American artist John Woodhouse Audubon (1812-1862), son of John James. With an introduction and selected notes written by the author, followed by the annotated and illustrated catalogue, replicating Audubon's notes. One of 400 copies. Rare.
(Inventory #: 3927)
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