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San Francisco: Society of Chinese Arts and Literature 美國中華藝文學會, 2007. 145p., very good in wraps, 8.5x11 inches; text mostly in Chinese. Thoroughly illustrated collection of the Taiwan-born artist's work, with reprints of photos and newspaper clippings documenting her life. She was 88 at the time of publication.
Xi'an: Shaanxi renmin meishu chubanshe, 1981. 200p., very good hardcover, dj slightly sun-faded at spine. Facsimile reprints of Tang dynasty poems done in Gao’s calligraphy. Gao worked as a curator and researcher at the Shaanxi Provincial Museum, but his calligraphy became famous in its own right.
no city, Japan: co-published by Cast Iron Gallery, New York, 1991. Paperback. Unpaginated preliminaries including a fullpage color photo of artist at work, texts in Japanese and English, 65 numbered fullpage plates most in b&w, softbound in 9.5 inch-square metallic gold frenchfold wraps. Externally mildly edgeworn, within find a seller's.....
Garden Grove: A-Room Art Gallery, 1988. [94p.], wraps with light edgewear, inscribed by the calligrapher/artist, as Hanong. Thoroughly illustrated with examples of calligraphy by the Korean-American artist, whose penname Hanong, or "Cultivator of the Lotus," was bestowed upon him by Cheolnong Yi Gi-woo.
Okinawa / Tokyo: Tokyo Welfare Factory, 1997. 81p., fullpage color reproductions throughout, with b&w site photography and family snapshots, softbound in 10x7 inch color wraps; aside from a bookseller's notes on title page, entirely clean and sound, a near-fine copy. Author's brief little poems are quite good and deep, with.....
Cedar Falls: The University of Northern Iowa, Mrningside College and the Iowa Arts Council, 1969. 91p., 8.5x11.5 inches, illustrated with examples and photos, text in English and Chinese, very good first edition in blue printed wraps with white spine, inscribed by author in Chinese; last few pages slightly wavy.
Zhaoqing: Zhaoqing shi lansheng wenhua chuanbo youxian gongsi, 2008. 95p., very good in wraps, 11x11 inches, two-character brush inscription on blank flyleaf, unsigned but most likely by Li Zizhu, the one of the three Li brothers living in San Francisco. Thoroughly illustrated collection of the calligraphy and painting of the.....