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ART OF TIBET A CATALOGUE OF THE LOS ANGELES COUNTY MUSEUM Mint Condition

ART OF TIBET A CATALOGUE OF THE LOS ANGELES COUNTY MUSEUM Mint Condition

ART OF TIBET A CATALOGUE OF THE LOS ANGELES COUNTY MUSEUM Mint Condition
ART OF TIBET: A CATALOGUE OF THE LOS ANGELES COUNTY MUSEUM Mint Condition. ART OF TIBET: A CATALOGUE OF THE LOS ANGELES COUNTY MUSEUM OF ART COLLECTION Mint Condition. Los Angeles County Museum of Art. In association with University of California Press. 11.93×9.17×1.3 Inches. Book is in Like New / near Mint Condition. Will include dust jacket if it originally came with one. Text will be unmarked and pages crisp. Satisfaction is guaranteed with every order. I have changed my mind and would like to cancel/make changes to my order. We believe in providing our customers with an ultra-speedy service. To ensure this is achieved, all of our systems are fully automated so orders are transferred for processing within minutes. How long should I expect customer service will take to respond to my inquires? We aim to respond to all customers within 24-48 hours (Monday – Friday). My Address is wrong. Very sorry to hear that! So please confirm you have selected the correct address before placing your order. What do I do if I haven’t received my order? Rest assured, we have you covered. Here is what to do: While we aim to deliver your order in the time frame specified, transit delays outside of our control can occur. Because of this we would ask that you allow the following amount of time before contacting us about your late order(s): At Least 18 days for Orders delivered within the US and At Least 25 days for Orders delivered outside the US. Basically, in the event of your order being delayed or lost in the post, we will do our best to provide a suitable resolution. What type of payments do you accept? Zuber’s Policies Are As Follows. We carefully grade our items, so you should expect to receive the item in the condition as we have stated it in our listing, please see the’Condition’ section. Please do not expect anything beyond what is stated in our listings. New Items: Guaranteed to be in new condition and in their original packaging. For CDs this generally (but not always) means they will come in their shrink-wrap/plastic. Used Items: Please see our description in each listing for details regarding particular items. The item you receive may not exactly match the photo, but will contain the same content. How quickly will I receive my item. Occasionally, orders are delayed a little longer. Can you tell me more about a particular item? We are unable to provide any additional information or guarantee that you will receive anything in addition to what is described in our listing. Carefully reading the item’s description details should answer most questions that you may have. The images supplied on our listings are intended as a guide only. Meaning that we did not take the picture. With this in mind it isn’t always possible for us to guarantee that you will receive the exact cover shown. You should receive the item described in our listing, but the cover could vary. Will you accept lower amounts/offers for your items? A Return must authorized by first contacting us. Then we will provide you with either a return label or specific instructions for mailing the item back. Do Not refuse the item when you receive it. Do Not mark the item as’Return to Sender’. United States Return requests must be within 30 days of receipt of the item. International Return requests must be within 14 days of receipt of the item. With their original packaging and accessories included with the return. We will then diligently work to find the best solution. What do I do if I have received a faulty product or the wrong item? Our aim is to deliver quality products to all of our customers. New items must be still sealed (if they originally were). We will provide you with a pre-paid return label. To ensure a speedy resolution please enclose the following in your correspondence. Images of the faults/defects and/or ISBN/UPC of the incorrectly received item. Explanation of what you received vs what you expected to receive. What do I do if I receive a damaged item? In the event that your order arrives damaged, please accept our apologies. Please ensure you provide us with your order number and images of the damaged item. Images must depict the damage you are discussing. The images you send must also include images of the packaging the item arrived in. YOUR ONE STOP SHOP FOR ALL KINDS OF SPECIAL FINDS. We offer a very large selection of competitively priced New & Used items. We look forward to serving you!
ART OF TIBET A CATALOGUE OF THE LOS ANGELES COUNTY MUSEUM Mint Condition
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Los Angeles County Museum. Post Paintery Abstraction

Los Angeles County Museum. Post Paintery Abstraction

Los Angeles County Museum. Post Paintery Abstraction
Los Angeles County Museum of Art; Post Paintery Abstraction. 1964 Published by LA COUNTY MUSEUM Binding: SPIRAL BLUE Size: 9.5X7 93 Pages Overall Condition is: VG Foxed and creased cover and back cover, bent corner of cover, foxed inpapers, blue spiral binding, contains BW plates, cover and title spread over three pages REF#:121602. We are happy to provide photos and additional information for SERIOUS BUYERS ONLY. Professional book dealer in Atlantic City with storefront since 1966. All orders are processed promptly and carefully packaged.
Los Angeles County Museum. Post Paintery Abstraction
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Code 3 FDNY Mobile Command Center LDV Van Museum Quality Custom Built

Code 3 FDNY Mobile Command Center LDV Van Museum Quality Custom Built
Code 3 FDNY Mobile Command Center LDV Van Museum Quality Custom Built
Code 3 FDNY Mobile Command Center LDV Van Museum Quality Custom Built
Code 3 FDNY Mobile Command Center LDV Van Museum Quality Custom Built
Code 3 FDNY Mobile Command Center LDV Van Museum Quality Custom Built

Code 3 FDNY Mobile Command Center LDV Van Museum Quality Custom Built
FDNY Mobile Command Center MCC-1. Brand New 1/64 scale Museum Quality Super Detailed C ustom Built FDNY MCC-1. Please look at the 6 AWESOME photos very closely to see the HUGE amount of craftsmanship that went into creating this amazing vehicle and and be sure to read the “Highlights” below. If you do Not know what size 1/64 scale is ASK! This beautiful vehicle is an alternative for the. And might wish to add something. For the copy-cat builder. Beware of toyish looking copy-cat imitations! Highlights are as follows. Custom made roof mounted communication domes for radio, microwave and satellite data. Custom made front roof emergency lights made from very high-end glass crystals that appear to be flashing when struck with bright light. Custom made Laser sharp Stripes. Custom made FDNY side logos with. True 1/64 scale diamond plate roof walkways. All my own custom computer made razor sharp decals. Take special note of the perfectly printed & applied decals without any over lapping, silvering, chipping, cracking or bubbles. What you need to know. This unit has just been finished was never displayed. It is for that reason it is being listed as new. Check out my entire new line of Custom Built Big Rigs, FDNY, NYPD, Los Angeles, Clark County, Las Vegas, Santa Barbra County, Ventura County County & Cal Fire Apparatus. Thank you to the many folks from around the world who have sent me so many kind words and wonderful compliments on my work.
Code 3 FDNY Mobile Command Center LDV Van Museum Quality Custom Built
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Code 3 Santa Barbara ALF Rear Mount Ladder Truck Custom Built Museum Quality

Code 3 Santa Barbara ALF Rear Mount Ladder Truck Custom Built Museum Quality
Code 3 Santa Barbara ALF Rear Mount Ladder Truck Custom Built Museum Quality
Code 3 Santa Barbara ALF Rear Mount Ladder Truck Custom Built Museum Quality
Code 3 Santa Barbara ALF Rear Mount Ladder Truck Custom Built Museum Quality
Code 3 Santa Barbara ALF Rear Mount Ladder Truck Custom Built Museum Quality

Code 3 Santa Barbara ALF Rear Mount Ladder Truck Custom Built Museum Quality
Santa Barbara County Ladder Truck. Brand New “1/64 scale” Museum Quality Super Detailed American LaFrance Rear Mount Ladder Truck. Beautifuly custom detailed truck would look great in any High End Custom collection. Please look at the 5 AWESOME photos very closely to see the HUGE amount of craftsmanship that went into creating this amazing vehicle. If you do Not know what size 1/64 scale is ASK! This beautiful vehicle is an alternative for the. Who demands perfection and might wish to add something entirely new. Highlights are as follows. My own custom computer made razor sharp decals. Take special note of the perfectly applied decals without any over lapping, silvering, chipping, cracking or bubbles. What you need to know. This magnificent vehicle has just been finished was never displayed. It is for that reason it is being listed as new. Check out my entire new line of Custom Built Big Rigs, FDNY, NYPD, Chicago, Las Vegas, Clark County, CAL FIRE, Los Angeles, Ventura. Santa Barabra County Apparatus. Thank you to the many folks from around the world who have sent me so many kind words and wonderful compliments on my work.
Code 3 Santa Barbara ALF Rear Mount Ladder Truck Custom Built Museum Quality
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Disney 1st MUSEUM EXHIBITION of WALT DISNEY Animation Art Catalog 1940 Fantasia

Disney 1st MUSEUM EXHIBITION of WALT DISNEY Animation Art Catalog 1940 Fantasia
Disney 1st MUSEUM EXHIBITION of WALT DISNEY Animation Art Catalog 1940 Fantasia
Disney 1st MUSEUM EXHIBITION of WALT DISNEY Animation Art Catalog 1940 Fantasia
Disney 1st MUSEUM EXHIBITION of WALT DISNEY Animation Art Catalog 1940 Fantasia
Disney 1st MUSEUM EXHIBITION of WALT DISNEY Animation Art Catalog 1940 Fantasia
Disney 1st MUSEUM EXHIBITION of WALT DISNEY Animation Art Catalog 1940 Fantasia
Disney 1st MUSEUM EXHIBITION of WALT DISNEY Animation Art Catalog 1940 Fantasia
Disney 1st MUSEUM EXHIBITION of WALT DISNEY Animation Art Catalog 1940 Fantasia
Disney 1st MUSEUM EXHIBITION of WALT DISNEY Animation Art Catalog 1940 Fantasia
Disney 1st MUSEUM EXHIBITION of WALT DISNEY Animation Art Catalog 1940 Fantasia
Disney 1st MUSEUM EXHIBITION of WALT DISNEY Animation Art Catalog 1940 Fantasia
Disney 1st MUSEUM EXHIBITION of WALT DISNEY Animation Art Catalog 1940 Fantasia
Disney 1st MUSEUM EXHIBITION of WALT DISNEY Animation Art Catalog 1940 Fantasia
Disney 1st MUSEUM EXHIBITION of WALT DISNEY Animation Art Catalog 1940 Fantasia
Disney 1st MUSEUM EXHIBITION of WALT DISNEY Animation Art Catalog 1940 Fantasia
Disney 1st MUSEUM EXHIBITION of WALT DISNEY Animation Art Catalog 1940 Fantasia

Disney 1st MUSEUM EXHIBITION of WALT DISNEY Animation Art Catalog 1940 Fantasia
Important Catalogue of the 1st MUSEUM EXHIBITION ofWALT DISNEY Animation Art Held in Los Angeles, 1940. LOS ANGELES COUNTY MUSEUM Retrospective Exhibition of the Walt Disney Medium (1940). 22 pages + covers, appx 11.75″ x 9″. This would make a very rare addition to your Disney collection. This landmark publication is the illustrated catalogue of the first exhibition of Walt Disney Studio art held at a major museum. Its theme was to demonstrate the incredible evolution of Disney’s art of animated filmmaking over the 12 year period from Steamboat Willie (1928) to Fantasia (1940) through a series of displays incorporating original art. Illustrations of art and scenes from the films are in color and black-and-white. Animation cels, background paintings, animation drawings, continuity and atmosphere story sketches, model sheets, layout drawings, and character model statues were included in the show. A descriptive list of the forty-five (45) displays appears over 3 pages and a 1-page glossary defines the various art forms. There is an introductory essay, coverage of the development of Disney filmmaking, and sections devoted to Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937), Pinocchio (1940) and Fantasia (1940). Faded purple cover is brittle and discolored. There is a number written in pencil in upper right corner. The rest of the pages are on higher quality paper in great shape. Please see pics for details and condition.
Disney 1st MUSEUM EXHIBITION of WALT DISNEY Animation Art Catalog 1940 Fantasia
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SOEY MILK White Anthurium 8 x 10 original oil painting Museum exhibited

SOEY MILK White Anthurium 8 x 10 original oil painting Museum exhibited
SOEY MILK White Anthurium 8 x 10 original oil painting Museum exhibited
SOEY MILK White Anthurium 8 x 10 original oil painting Museum exhibited
SOEY MILK White Anthurium 8 x 10 original oil painting Museum exhibited
SOEY MILK White Anthurium 8 x 10 original oil painting Museum exhibited
SOEY MILK White Anthurium 8 x 10 original oil painting Museum exhibited
SOEY MILK White Anthurium 8 x 10 original oil painting Museum exhibited
SOEY MILK White Anthurium 8 x 10 original oil painting Museum exhibited
SOEY MILK White Anthurium 8 x 10 original oil painting Museum exhibited
SOEY MILK White Anthurium 8 x 10 original oil painting Museum exhibited
SOEY MILK White Anthurium 8 x 10 original oil painting Museum exhibited
SOEY MILK White Anthurium 8 x 10 original oil painting Museum exhibited
SOEY MILK White Anthurium 8 x 10 original oil painting Museum exhibited
SOEY MILK White Anthurium 8 x 10 original oil painting Museum exhibited
SOEY MILK White Anthurium 8 x 10 original oil painting Museum exhibited
SOEY MILK White Anthurium 8 x 10 original oil painting Museum exhibited
SOEY MILK White Anthurium 8 x 10 original oil painting Museum exhibited
SOEY MILK White Anthurium 8 x 10 original oil painting Museum exhibited
SOEY MILK White Anthurium 8 x 10 original oil painting Museum exhibited

SOEY MILK White Anthurium 8 x 10 original oil painting Museum exhibited
SOEY MILK “White Anthurium” 8 x 10 inch original oil painting [Museum exhibited]. Painting size: 8 inches by 10 inches. Frame size: 10 inches by 12 inches, with a depth of 1.5 inches. “White Anthurium” by Soey Milk was showcased in the “Risqué {dirty little pictures}” exhibit at the Long Beach Museum of Art in Los Angeles County in September, 2013. The “Risqué” exhibit was curated by Nathan Spoor and Jeff McMillan. The works from the show were displayed on the rich red walls of the museum’s second-floor Kilsby Gallery. All paintings by 40 artists were identical in size: 8 x 10? . The artists included in the museum exhibit were Audrey Kawasaki, David Choe, Ron English, Gretchen Ryan, Eric White, Glenn Barr, Charlie Immer, Esao Andrews, Aron Wiesenfeld, and more. Participants were encouraged to take risks with these works outside of their comfort zones leading to some titillating imagery. Korean artist Soey Milk has captivated the art world with her enchanting illustrations of feminine energy, from meticulously rendered graphite drawings to fantastical oil paintings aflutter with pattern, color and texture. Born in Seoul, Korea in 1989 and currently residing in California, the young artist has amassed a vast following for her work with its mysterious edge and highly refined artistry. Milk has created a compelling new body of figurative paintings and drawings. This painting is really stunning and impactful when seen up close. It’s near impossible to capture the detail in a digital photograph, especially the metallic effect of the incorporated silver leaf. The painting is likely of interest to fans of Lisa Yuskavage, John Currin, David Choe, Audrey Kawasaki, Esao Andrews, James Jean, Mark Ryden, Damien Hirst, Jake and Dinos Chapman, Banksy, Blu, and more. Among the pictures I’ve uploaded here are 1. Completed painting in the studio, 2. On exhibit at the museum, 3. A few closeups taken on January 14th, 2024. Here is a write up from the local newspaper. Long Beach Museum of Art goes’Risqué’ for new exhibit (2013, September 18). Retrieved from Press Telegram. When he first saw one of the original paintings for a new show at the Long Beach Museum of Art, artist and exhibit co-curator Jeff McMillan knew the show would easily live up to its name. Scott Hess was an 8-by-10-inch oil on canvas called Preserving the Natural Order. The piece depicts a female rhinoceros with a pretty bright bow on her tail engaged in a sexual act with a woman in what appears to be a Roman-era arena as a crowd of animals look on. The small painting will probably not appeal to everyone. It will likely shock some people, maybe even offend a few, and it’s definitely a risky piece of art; which is why it fits in well with the museum’s new exhibit titled Risqué {dirty little pictures}. It recently opened at the 2300 E. Venue and runs through Nov. “We want people to question what’s risqué to them, ” said McMillan, a Long Beach resident, on a recent Monday afternoon at the museum a few days before the Sept. The show may challenge you a little bit. I think it’s a very interesting fun show. The exhibit will be displayed on the rich red walls in the museum’s second-floor Kilsby Gallery and will include forty 8-by-10-inch original paintings from 40 different artists including illustrators and fine art painters such as acclaimed painter Gretchen Ryan; Detroit pop surrealist artist Glenn Barr; Soey Milk, an emerging artist known for her erotic surrealist work; and Nathan Spoor, a Burbank-based artist who focuses on surreal paintings. Spoor is also the exhibit co-curator along with McMillan. I expect it to be a dynamic reaction. Some people will enjoy it and some people you hope will be shocked. You want that spectrum. I think this is a show that will cover the polarity of reactions, Spoor said. The collection is intended to offer a look at modern eroticism through the work of artists who were given free range to define what risqué meant to them and to think about what makes something dirty or naughty, said Ron Nelson, executive director of the museum and exhibit creator. “It’s a gutsy move for these artists to be able to put out some of these images, and I think it’s our role as a museum to pique interest, to create conversations and to also be a little bit gutsy, certainly, ” he said. But the exhibit is not for everyone. Nelson said “Risqué” is “rated R” and is open only to adults. There will be museum personnel on hand making sure no minors go into the exhibit, he said. The idea for the show was sparked by Nelson’s visit to the homes of some of his artist friends. He said he always noticed they had small drawings in their homes that they never intended to show in a public setting. Nelson liked the idea of a show with smaller paintings, but he didn’t just want nice doodles, he also wanted to challenge the artists. Each one had to think about what risqué means to them and I’m proud of all of them. I think their work is quite stunning, Nelson said. The painting by Hess is one of the most graphic pieces in the exhibit; others cover the gamut from playful to more subtle erotic images such as Ryan’s piece called David and Amanda. The oil on canvas depicts an attractive blond woman in a revealing dress with bright red lipstick and her mouth slightly open. She’s leaning into a dark shadowy image of a man wearing sunglasses. His left hand is caressing her buttocks. Milk’s painting, which she named “White Anthurium, ” is a little less subtle in its interpretation of risqué. It shows a topless woman wearing a black leather head covering. Her thumb is touching her lower lip as a white substance drips from her mouth. It’s very suggestive without being pornographic, Nelson said. There are also more playful images such as painter Charlie Immer’s Ice Cream Blown. The painting shows one ice cream cone licking another. “What makes me smile about it is how individual artists took their own styles and how they created something that is embodying risqué, ” Nelson said. Some of the artists, I think, took a big chance on that. I think others are more sensual than erotic, but it was the artists line to walk and I respect that completely.
SOEY MILK White Anthurium 8 x 10 original oil painting Museum exhibited
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Original 1984 LOS ANGELES COUNTY MUSEUM OF ART Amitabh Buddha 14 Cent Korean Art

Original 1984 LOS ANGELES COUNTY MUSEUM OF ART Amitabh Buddha 14 Cent Korean Art

Original 1984 LOS ANGELES COUNTY MUSEUM OF ART Amitabh Buddha 14 Cent Korean Art
Be sure to add me to your. 24″ X 36″ NO PIN HOLES OR TAPE, NO YELLOWING OR FADING. TINY EDGE FLAWS FROM STORAGE IN A COUPLE PLACES, WILL NOT SHOW ONCE FRAMED. Amitabh Buddha 14 Century Korean Dynasty Art On Silk. IF THE PICTURE DOESNT SHOW! IT IS BEING RAN PRIVATE TO ELIMINATE THE USE OF MY AUCTIONS BY SCANDALOUS PEOPLE. Be sure to add me to your favorites list. It has taken me over 100 hours to add it to all my items. They will not tell me why it needs to be added. If you have more questions about this item, please contact me at the following.
Original 1984 LOS ANGELES COUNTY MUSEUM OF ART Amitabh Buddha 14 Cent Korean Art
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Los Angeles County Museum. Post Paintery Abstraction

Los Angeles County Museum. Post Paintery Abstraction

Los Angeles County Museum. Post Paintery Abstraction
Los Angeles County Museum of Art; Post Paintery Abstraction. 1964 Published by LA COUNTY MUSEUM Binding: SPIRAL BLUE Size: 9.5X7 93 Pages Overall Condition is: VG Foxed and creased cover and back cover, bent corner of cover, foxed inpapers, blue spiral binding, contains BW plates, cover and title spread over three pages REF#:121602. We are happy to provide photos and additional information for SERIOUS BUYERS ONLY. Professional book dealer in Atlantic City with storefront since 1966. All orders are processed promptly and carefully packaged.
Los Angeles County Museum. Post Paintery Abstraction
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HTF vintage MARK ROTHKO MUSEUM EXHIBITION POSTER Los Angeles 1987 abstract art

HTF vintage MARK ROTHKO MUSEUM EXHIBITION POSTER Los Angeles 1987 abstract art
HTF vintage MARK ROTHKO MUSEUM EXHIBITION POSTER Los Angeles 1987 abstract art
HTF vintage MARK ROTHKO MUSEUM EXHIBITION POSTER Los Angeles 1987 abstract art

HTF vintage MARK ROTHKO MUSEUM EXHIBITION POSTER Los Angeles 1987 abstract art
Sturdy glossy paper, measures 26×38 inches. Condition: VG+ (many short minor wrinkles from rolling, one longer one, a 4-inch wrinkle in the white area, no tack holes, no edge tears). We are always happy to combine multiple items. WE NEVER USE STOCK PHOTOS – all images are of actual items. WE USUALLY USE MULTIPLE IMAGES. We grade all items conservatively, and when grading record albums we follow the Goldmine Record Guide. Questions and Offers welcomed.
HTF vintage MARK ROTHKO MUSEUM EXHIBITION POSTER Los Angeles 1987 abstract art
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A Report on the Art and Technology Program of the Los Angeles County Museum

A Report on the Art and Technology Program of the Los Angeles County Museum
A Report on the Art and Technology Program of the Los Angeles County Museum
A Report on the Art and Technology Program of the Los Angeles County Museum
A Report on the Art and Technology Program of the Los Angeles County Museum
A Report on the Art and Technology Program of the Los Angeles County Museum
A Report on the Art and Technology Program of the Los Angeles County Museum
A Report on the Art and Technology Program of the Los Angeles County Museum
A Report on the Art and Technology Program of the Los Angeles County Museum
A Report on the Art and Technology Program of the Los Angeles County Museum

A Report on the Art and Technology Program of the Los Angeles County Museum
A Report on the Art and Technology Program of the Los Angeles County Museum.. Paperback, 4to with 383 pages. The book is in good condition with slight shelf wear and very slight bumping to edges. Interior is clean and tight. Some rubbing to back cover and browning to 2 pages due to newspaper article inserted now removed. Profusely illustrated in Black & White.
A Report on the Art and Technology Program of the Los Angeles County Museum