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Shown below are a few samples of works by The Studley Press.


Hidden Treasures

Hidden Treasures

“Hidden Treasure: The National Library of Medicine” edited by Michael Sappol, designed by Laura Lindgren, photography by Arne Svenson | 450 images, celebrating the 175th anniversary of the National Library of Medicine, the world’s largest medical library—America’s home to a rich worldwide heritage of objects from rare early medical books to disturbing, precise nineteenth-century surgical illustrations to delightful mid-twentieth-century animated cartoons | To purchase this book visit blastbooks.com

Robert Walser: Microscripts

Robert Walser: Microscripts

“Robert Walser: Microscripts” is translated from the German by Susan Bernofsky. Afterword by Walter Benjamin. Co-published by Christine Burgin and New Directions | “Robert Walser, one of high modernism’s quirkiest, most mischievous storytellers, wrote many of his manuscripts in a shrunken-down form that remains enigmatic even a century later. These narrow strips of paper covered with tiny, antlike markings … came to light only after their author’s death in 1956. At first his literacy executor, Carl Seelig, assumed that Walser had been writing secret code, a corollary of the schizophrenia with which he’d been diagnosed in 1929…” | Visit christineburgin.com and susanbernofsky.com

Holy Rood Guild

Holy Rood Guild

This Holy Rood Guild catalog is of Liturgical vesture hand-crafted by the Cistercian monks of Saint Joseph’s Abbey | The paper is FSC Chain of Custody certified (trees used were from responsibly managed forests). In addition, the paper contains a minimum of 10% post-consumer waste | Inks are vegetable-based and run alcohol free | Solvents and metal plates were recovered and recycled

Studio Collotype

Studio Collotype

“Studio Collotype: Continuous Tone Printing for the Artist, Printmaker & Photographer” by Kent B. Kirby is an in-depth account of this expressive medium once practiced in the finest and most innovative lithographic houses of Europe | Collotype is a process, almost unknown in our time, involving continuous tone ink-to-paper printing from a sensitized gelatin plate and has a mysterious history because of the secrecy imposed by printers to protect their procedures | This book is for sale at The Studley Press

Robert De Niro, Sr.

Robert De Niro, Sr.

This catalog is published on the occasion of the exhibition “Robert De Niro, Sr., Paintings & Drawings 1960-1993” at the DC Moore Gallery, New York in the spring of 2012, with an by David Moos | For the complete biography of the artist, please download the PDF by visiting dcmooregallery.com

Judy Chicago Tapestries

Judy Chicago Tapestries

This catalog includes 33 full color illustrations, including two on foldout pages that show the most important works in breathtaking detail | “Judy Chicago Tapestries: Woven by Audrey Cowan” is published in conjunction with the exhibition of the same name at the Museum of Arts and Design, New York, curated by David McFadden and Jennifer Scanlan | To purchase this book visit madmuseum.org

Jerry Pinkney

Jerry Pinkney

“Witness: The Art of Jerry Pinkney” is published to accompany the Norman Rockwell Museum’s retrospective exhibition tracing illustrator Jerry Pinkney’s 50-year career producing some of the most highly acclaimed children’s books of our time.

Arthur Carter

Arthur Carter

“Arthur Carter: Sculpture and Drawings” is published on the occasion of the exhibition of the same name organized by the Grey Art Gallery, New York University, with an by Carey Lovelace.

Ursula von Rydingsvard

Ursula von Rydingsvard

“Ursula von Rydingsvard: On an Epic Scale” is published on the occasion of the exhibition of the same name at the Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase College, State University of New York curated by Dede Young, with an by Patricia C. Phillips | To download a pdf of this catalogue visit ursulavonrydingsvard.net

Nicholas Whitman

Nicholas Whitman

“The Colonial Theatre, A Pittsfield Resurrection” celebrates the transformation of the Colonial Theatre from its dormant state to the present day beauty from a time past. Photographic documentation and narrative by Nicholas Whitman with s by former Mayor Anne Everest Wojtkowski, Mayor James W. Ruberto, and David Fleming | To purchase this book visit colonialtheatrebook.com