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Millard Sheets w/original lithograph 1/1000  

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Millard Sheets

Sheets, Millard, et al.

Los Angeles and New York

Dalzell Hatfield



With 28 b/w photolithographic reproductions, a frontispiece portrait photograph of Sheets by Edward Weston, and an original lithograph signed by Sheets in pencil in lower margin. (4to), bound in full blue morocco decorated in gilt, raised spine bands, decorative endpapers, housed in blue cloth slipcases with paper spine label. No. 868 of 1000 copies designed by Merle Armitage. First Edition.

Includes articles by Armitage, Arthur Miller, and Hartley Burr Alexander. Millard Owen Sheets was an American painter and a representative of California Scene Painting, later a teacher and educational director, and architectural designer of more than 50 branch banks in Southern California.

Lot Amendments

Light wear to binding, darkening to spine; else near fine.

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