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In addition to our exclusive UPNE Book Partners (in the menu at left) we also distribute selected titles for the following clients.


Adelson Galleries
Mary Cassatt
Prints and Drawings from the Collection of Ambroise Vollard

American Art
A never-before-seen set of works on paper by the impressionist Mary Cassatt.
Mathews, Nancy Mowll, Bertalan, Sarah; Rosen, Marc intro.

Amherst College
John William Ward
An American Idealist

Biography / Education History
The rise and fall of the man and the educational and democratic ideals he represented
Townsend, Kim

Antoca Press
The Complete Stories of William Cullen Bryant
Short Stories - Single Author / Literary Collections - American / Literary Criticism - American
Bryant’s stories, most never previously reprinted, accompanied by their first critical consideration
Bryant, William Cullen; Frank Gado, editor

Apicella
Scottish Cabinetmakers in Federal New York
Decorative Arts & Material Culture / Antiques & Collectibles
The first full-length study of the Scottish community of craftsman in Federal New York
Apicella, Mary Ann Hollihan

Art Services International
Muraqqa'
Imperial Mughal Albums from the Chester Beatty Library

Art / Asian Studies
A fascinating study of some of the most remarkable of all albums ever created
Wright, Elaine

Bibliopola Press
An ABC of Vice
The Woman’s Bedside Companion

Humor / Women's Studies
Hollander, Nicole and Barreca, Regina

Bibliopola Press
The Archaeology of Connecticut
The Human Era —11,000 Years Ago to the Present

New England History / Connecticut / Archaeology
An introduction to Connecticut’s human history
Keegan, Kristen Noble, and William F. Keegan, eds.

Bibliopola Press
The Blue Laws
Law / Connecticut
In the "forty-sixth year after Independence" Silas Andrus published his painstakingly researched and compiled collection of the earliest laws of Connecticut.
Andrus, Silas, comp.

Bibliopola Press
Connecticut Historical Collections
Containing a General Collection of Interesting Facts, Traditions, Biographical Sketches, Anecdotes, &c. Relating to the History and Antiquities of Every Town in Connecticut with Geographical Descriptions

Reference & Bibliography / Connecticut / New England History
Containing a General Collection of Interesting Facts, Traditions, Biographical Sketches, Anecdotes, etc. Relating to the History and Antiquities of Every Town in Connecticut with Geographical Descriptions
Barber, John Warner

Bibliopola Press
Dune Boy
The Early Years of a Naturalist

Nature / Memoir / Connecticut
Teale, Edwin Way

Bibliopola Press
Harbor of Refuge
Being the Recreation of Four Seasons of an Offshore Lighthouse from the Authentic Journal of S. P. Jones, S.N

Memoir / Delaware / Maryland
Tales of a very green Coast Guardsman's lighthouse duty on a tower in Delaware Bay.
Jones, Stephen. Richard Brown, illus.

Bibliopola Press
A Naturalist Buys an Old Farm
Ecology & Environmental Studies / Connecticut / New England / Memoir
“A guidebook to contentment, a how-to book on living well and lightly with the land.”—from the foreword by Ann Haymond Zwinger
Teale, Edwin Way. Ann Haymond Zwinger, new introd

Boor
Philadelphia Empire Furniture
Decorative Arts & Material Culture / Antiques & Collectibles
The first book-length study of American furniture from Philadelphia’s Neo-Classical period
Boor, Allison, et. al.

Boston Athenaeum
The Boston Athenaeum
Bicentennial Essays

Art / History
A rich collection of essays celebrates the bicentennial of the Boston Athenaeum
Wendorf, Richard

Boston Athenaeum
John Storrs
Machine-Age Modernist

Art / Sculpture
Storrs’s modernist sculptures inspired by modern skyscrapers
Balken, Debra Bricker

Boston Athenaeum
With Éclat
The Boston Athenæum and the Origin of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

New England History / Museum Studies / Boston
A detailed history of the Boston Athenæum’s historic role in the founding of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Hirayama, Hina

Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference
The New American Poets
A Bread Loaf Anthology

Poetry / Literary Collections - American / Literary Criticism - American
A stellar collection celebrates the vitality of American poetry at the turn of the century.
Collier, Michael, ed.

Brown University Press
A BLAKE DICTIONARY
The Ideas and Symbols of William Blake

Literary Criticism - English
The requisite guide to Blake’s ideas and symbols
Damon, S. Foster. Morris Eaves, new fwd. and annotated bibliog.

Brown University Press
The Legend of the Wandering Jew
Jewish Studies / Literary Criticism
This book traces the enduring legend and changing meanings of the Wandering Jew through the ages
Anderson, George K.

Cacklegoose Press
Joseph Glasco
The Fifteenth American

American Art / Art - Single Artist / Biography - Artists
The life and work of one of the most original American artists who was included, with Rothko and Pollock, in MoMA’s 1952 Fifteen Americans exhibition—but he refused
Raeburn, Michael

Castleton State College
Philip Hoff
How Red Turned Blue in the Green Mountain State

New England History / Vermont
This is the story of one of the most exciting and important periods in Vermont history, and of the man most responsible for shaping it
Hand, Samuel B., Anthony Marro, and Stephen C. Terry

Davis Museum
Parviz Tanavoli
Art - Single Artist / Museum Catalog / Sculpture
The first US publication on the “father of modern Iranian sculpture” in nearly 40 years, accompanying his 2015 retrospective exhibition at the Davis Museum at Wellesley College
Fischman, Lisa and Shiva Balaghi

Emily Mason
Emily Mason
The Fifth Element

Second Edition

Art
The paintings of contemporary artist Emily Mason
Ebony, David

Farnsworth Art Museum
Maine in America
American Art at The Farnsworth Art Museum

American Art / Maine / New England History
A lavish selection of nearly 250 works from the Farnsworth Museum's permanent collection.
Belanger, Pamela J. Christopher B. Crosman, fwd. William H. Gerdts, essay.

Foster Publishing
Too Big to Fall
America's Failing Infrastructure and the Way Forward

Economics & Business / Infrastructure
A comprehensive overview of the shocking state of our nation’s infrastructure and what must be done to fix it
LePatner, Barry B.

Friends of Modern Architecture/Lincoln
Breaking Ground
Henry B. Hoover, New England Modern Architect

Modern Architecture to 1945 / Regional Architecture
The life and work of an important regional modern architect
Giese, Lucretia Hoover and Henry B. Hoover, Jr.

Friends of the Old Economy Village
Harmony in Wood
Furniture of the Harmony Society

Antiques & Collectibles / Furniture / American History
An innovative approach to furniture history through the collection of Pennsylvania’s Old Economy Village
Zimmerman, Philip D.

Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth
Improve, Perfect, & Perpetuate
Dr. Nathan Smith and Early American Medical Education

Medicine & Public Health / Biography / Education History / College History
This is the first full-scale biography of Nathan Smith -- medical pioneer, founder of Dartmouth Medical School and cofounder of three other medical schools (Yale, Vermont, and Bowdoin), and progenitor of a long line of physicians.
Hayward, Oliver S., M.D., and Constance E. Putnam. C. Everett Koop, fwd. Philip Cash, introd.

Hispanic Alliance
Ajiaco
Stirrings of the Cuban Soul

Bilingual Spanish-English ed.

Art / Cuban Art
Unravels the varied influences that form the base for Cuban art
Gelburd, Gail

Hood Museum of Art
The Art of Sonia Landy Sheridan
Art
A retrospective look at the work and the unique creativity of this pioneering new-media artist
Kirkpatrick, Diane

Hood Museum of Art
Coastline to Skyline
The Philip H. Greene Gift of California Watercolors, 1930-1960

American Art
California-style watercolors are examined within the artistic and cultural context of their day
MacAdam, Barbara J.

Hood Museum of Art
Collecting and Sharing
Trevor Fairbrother, John T. Kirk, and the Hood Museum of Art

Museum Catalog / Museum Studies
A compelling collection for teaching and learning about the art of museum curation
Hart, Katherine, John O’Reilly and James Tellin, and Trevor Fairbrother and John T. Kirk, contributors

Hood Museum of Art
Embracing Elegance, 1885-1920
American Art from the Huber Family Collection

American Art / Collection Catalog
Outstanding American impressionist and realist works, including landscapes, street scenes, still lifes, and, especially, images of elegant women in repose, all dating from a period of dramatic cultural and artistic change
MacAdam, Barbara J., ed.

Hood Museum of Art
Esmé Thompson
The Alchemy of Deisgn

Contemporary Art / Design / Art
A monograph of the recent work of artist Esmé Thompson
Quackenbush, Liz, and Majorie Woods, Brian P. Kennedy, Katherine Hart

Hood Museum of Art
Félix de la Concha
Private Portraits/Public Conversations

Contemporary Art / American Art / Art - Single Artist
Documents the artist’s innovative 2009 Dartmouth portrait commission
Hood Museum of Art

Hood Museum of Art
Immanence and Revelation
The Art of Ben Frank Moss

American Art
Offers the most comprehensive scholarly examination of Ben Frank Moss’s artistic inspirations and achievements to date
Hood Museum of Art. Chuang, Joshua, essayist

Hood Museum of Art
In Residence
Contemporary Artists at Dartmouth

Contemporary Art / Arts in Education / Museum Catalog
A retrospective of Dartmouth’s celebrated Artist-in-Residence Program
Taylor, Michael R. and Gerald Auten editors

Hood Museum of Art
Men of Fire
José Clemente Orozco and Jackson Pollock

Art History
The first scholarly foray into the artistic relationship between the Mexican muralist and the American abstract expressionist
Hood Museum of Art

Hood Museum of Art
Sean Scully
The Art of the Stripe

American Art
A career retrospective centered on the signature stripe motif of one of the most esteemed abstract painters working today
Kennedy, Brian

Hood Museum of Art
So Much Trouble in the World
Believe It or Not!

Art
Artist Fred Wilson offers eye-opening histories and refreshingly critical views on art and museums.
Wilson, Fred. Essays by Barbara Thompson, Mary Coffey, and Jessica Hagedorn.

Hood Museum of Art
Wearing Wealth and Styling Identity
Tapis from Lampung, South Sumatra, Indonesia

Art / Decorative Arts & Material Culture / Textiles
Discover the cultural iconography of these extraordinary textiles and how tapis garments exemplify the social station and clan identity of the women of South Sumatra
Totton, Mary-Louise

Hood Museum of Art
The Women of Shin Hanga
The Judith and Joseph Barker Collection of Early-Twentieth-Century Japanese Prints

Asian Art
Tradition confronts modernity in early-twentieth-century Japanese woodblock print depictions of women
Hockley, Allen, editor

Kendal at Hanover Residents Association
World War II Remembered
Memoir / World War II
An exceptional human document of proud men and women who know what it meant to serve
Kendal at Hanover Residents Association

Library of Congress
Music History from Primary Sources
A Guide to the Moldenhauer Archives

Music / Reference & Bibliography / Books on Books
An amply-illustrated book on the Moldenhauer Archives, spanning the history of Western classical music, with essays by noted experts.
Newsom, Jon, and Alfred Mann, eds. The Rosaleen Moldenhauer Memorial

Library of Congress
Religion and the Founding of the American Republic
American History / Religion
A balanced and lively look at the role of religion between colonization and the 1840s.
Hutson, James H. Jaroslav Pelikan, fwd.

Lonesome Press
Art at the Dawning of the Electronic Era
Generative Systems

Digital Art / Contemporary Art / Art History
Eighteen Generative Systems artists share their experimental electronic images, made at the dawn of the electronic era
Sheridan, Sonia Landy

Lyman Allyn Art Museum
At Home and Abroad
The Transcendental Landscapes of Christopher Pearce Cranch (1813-1892)

Art History / American Art / Asia
This study reevaluates Christopher Pearse Cranch’s career as a Hudson River School artist and considers his landscape paintings within the larger context of American culture
Stula, Nancy and David M. Robinson, foreword by Barbara Novak

Lyman Allyn Art Museum
A Sense of Place
Painters of Matunuck, Rhode Island, 1873–1941

American Art
A meticulously researched analysis of a previously unknown New England art colony
Leard-Coolidge, Lindsay

Mead Art Museum
Orra White Hitchcock
An Amherst Woman of Art and Science

Biography / Art - Single Artist / Illustration / Women Artists
This new book explores the life and work of the most prolific female scientific illustrator in America in the first half of the nineteenth century
Herbert, Robert L. and Daria D'Arienzo

Mead Art Museum
Picturing Enlightenment
Tibetan Tangkas in the Mead Art Museum at Amherst College

Art History / Asian Art
Introduces the eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Tibetan hanging scroll paintings (tangkas) in the collection of the Mead Art Museum at Amherst College
Rhie, Marylin M.

Mead Art Museum
Re-Inventing Tokyo
Japan's Largest City in the Artistic Imagination

Art / Art History / Contemporary Art
A groundbreaking examination of artists’ portrayals of Tokyo from the mid-nineteenth century to the present.
Morse, Samuel C.

Meadowside Press
An American Proceeding
Building the Grant House with Frank Lloyd Wright

Architecture
The story of the man who built his own Frank Lloyd Wright House
Reilly, Donna Grant

MEP - Prospect Press
Letters from London
Literary Criticism / Memoir / Cultural Studies
James, C. L. R.

Middlebury College Museum of Art
The Art of Devotion
Panel Painting in Early Renaissance Italy

Art History
Generously illustrated exhibition catalogue explores the demand for and production of devotional works in early fifteenth-century Italy
Abbott, Katherine Smith, Wendy Watson, Andrea Rothe and Jeanne Rothe

Middlebury College Museum of Art
Naked Truth
The Body in Early Twentieth-Century German-Austrian Art

Museum Catalog / Modern Art / Human Figure in Art
An inquiry into conceptions of the human body in Austria and Germany before and after the First World War
Garrison, Eliza, Bettina Matthias, and James A. van Dyke

Middlebury College Press
Belief and Uncertainty in the Poetry of Robert Frost
Poetry Criticism
A leading Frost critic guides the reader through some of the poet’s most challenging verse.
Pack, Robert

Middlebury College Press
Contemporary Poetry of New England
Poetry / Literary Collections - American / New England
Experience New England’s landscape and seasons, its cities and towns, its history and people, with 58 poets as your guide.
Pack, Robert, and Jay Parini, eds.

Middlebury College Press
The Future of the Northern Forest
Ecology & Environmental Studies / Public Policy / New England / Maine
A timely collection presenting the diverse voices involved in the debate over the fate of the Northern forestlands.
Klyza, Christopher McGrory, and Stephen C. Trombulak, eds.

Middlebury College Press
National Symbols, Fractured Identities
Contesting the National Narrative

International Relations / Cultural Studies
A fascinating look at national symbols worldwide and the important role they play in creating and maintaining individual and collective identity.
Geisler, Michael, E., ed.

Middlebury College Press
The Return of the Wolf
Reflections on the Future of Wolves in the Northeast

Ecology & Environmental Studies / Nature / New England / New York
Leading naturalists and writers respond to the possible return of the wolf to the Northeast.
Elder, John, ed. Essays by Bill McKibben, John B. Theberge, Kristin DeBoer, and Rick Bass.

Middlebury College Press
Wetland, Woodland, Wildland
A Guide to the Natural Communities of Vermont

Nature / New England / Ecology & Environmental Studies / Botany
The first field guide to all of Vermont’s natural communities
Thompson, Elizabeth H., and Eric R. Sorenson. Libby Davidson, Betsy Brigham, and Darien McElwain, illus

Mount Holyoke College Art Museum
El Anatsui
New Worlds

African Art / Contemporary Art / Art - Single Artist
A sumptuously illustrated testimony of one college community’s engagement with the artwork of Ghanaian artist El Anatsui
Stomberg, John R. and Amanda Gilvin, editors

Mount Holyoke College Art Museum
Matisse Drawings
Curated by Ellsworth Kelly from The Pierre and Tana Matisse Foundation Collection

Contemporary Art / Museum Catalog
An insightful reflection on Henri Matisse’s drawings from the perspective of modernist Ellsworth Kelly
Stomberg, John

Mylan Publishing
Mylan
50 Years of Unconventional Success, Making Quality Medicine Affordable and Accessible

Medicine & Public Health / Pharmacology
The story of Mylan, one of the world’s leading generic and specialty pharmaceutical companies
Seaman, John and John T. Landry

New Britain Museum of American Art
American Reflections
The Collection of Dr. Timothy McLaughlin

American Art
A scholarly exploration of a private collection of American Impressionist, Hudson River School, and contemporary artwork from Connecticut and the Northeast
Noelle, Alexander J., ed.

New Britain Museum of American Art
Charles Ethan Porter
African-American Master of Still Life

American Art
The first study of the artistry of a noted African-American painter
Cummings, Hildegard

New Britain Museum of American Art
Double Lives
American Art
A compelling catalogue documenting the work of American illustrators and painters who practiced painting as an art unto itself and as a means to tell a story
Boyle, Richard

New Britain Museum of American Art
John Haberle
American Master of Illusion

American Art
The seminal text on a nineteenth-century American master of trompe l’oeil painting
Sill, Gertrude Grace and Douglas K. S. Hyland

New Britain Museum of American Art
Otis Kaye
Money, Mystery, and Mastery

American Art / Art - Single Artist
The definitive text on artist Otis Kaye, considered a master of trompe l’oeil painting and allegory
Banks, Geraldine, James Bradburne, and Mark D. Mitchell

New Britain Museum of American Art
Women Artists @ New Britain Museum
American Art / Collection Catalog
A thematic investigation of the history and concerns of modern and contemporary American women artists
Buckberrough, Sherry and Nancy Noble

New Hampshire Historical Society
Consuming Views
Art and Tourism in the White Mountains, 1850-1900

Art History / American Art / New Hampshire
A lavish new look at a key nineteenth-century tourist region and the art it inspired
Garvin, Donna-Belle, ed.

New Hampshire Humanities Council
The Story of a Pumpkin
A Traditional Tale from Bhutan

Bilingual Nepali-English ed.

Children's Fiction
A rollicking, sometimes scary, and always magical tale carried to New Hampshire by its new Nepali-speaking neighbors from Bhutan
Tiwari, Hari, and Dal Rai, illus.

Nicolin Fields Publishing
Bicycling with Kids in DownEast Maine
25 Short, Safe, and Scenic Rides

Sports & Recreation / Maine / Travel & Tourism / Bicycling
An onroads bicycling book of 25 rides for children under 10 and an adult in the scenic northern coastal area of Maine.
Turner, Roger L.

Nicolin Fields Publishing
Medicinal Herbal Therapy
A Pharmacist's Viewpoint

Health & Fitness / New Age
A comprehensive and easy-to-use reference, arranged alphabetically by ailment.
Ottariano, Steven G., R.Ph. Marc Levwnson, M.D., fwd.; Joyce Orchard Garamella, illus.

Norman Rockwell Museum at Stockbridge, MA
Norman Rockwell
A Definitive Catalogue

American Art / New England
The definitive Rockwell source in a two volume boxed set, depicting and documenting every known illustration done by the artist in a career spanning six decades.
Moffatt, Laurie Norton, text and catalogue. David H. Wood, introd.

Peabody Essex Museum
Audacious
The Fine Art of Wood from the Montalto Bohlen Collection

Exhibition Catalog / Sculpture
Stunning turned wood art and sculptural creations by contemporary, international artists
Lahikainen, Dean

PQR Publishing
The Voice of the Åland Churches
New Light on Medieval Art, Architecture and History

Medieval Art / Finland
Fills in many details about the art and architecture of the medieval Åland churches
Ringbom, Åsa

Robert Hull Fleming Museum
Architectural Improvisation
A History of Vermont’s Design/Build Movement 1964-1977

Architecture / Vermont
Documents a small but seminal architectural movement that sought to create a radical, new architecture characterized by organic forms, improvisational processes, hands-on methods, and use of natural materials
Cohen, Janie, editor; Sagan, Danny; Dann, Kevin, essayists

Robert Hull Fleming Museum
Staring Back
On Picasso's Demoiselles d'Avignon

Museum Catalog / Modern Art / Art - Single Artist
Twenty-first-century views on a Modernist icon
Blereau, Laura, Janie Cohen, and Beth Gersh-Ne i

Rose Art Museum
Dor Guez
100 Steps to the Mediterranean

Contemporary Art / Art - Mixed Media
Ankori, Gannit and Dabney Hailey

Salzburg Seminar
“Here, There and Everywhere”
The Foreign Politics of American Popular Culture

Cultural Studies / Popular Culture / Globalization
Essays analyzing the stunning global success of American popular culture from Buffalo Bill's Wild West Shows to the Internet as the new American frontier.
Wagnleitner, Reinhold & May, Elaine Tyler, eds.

Salzburg Seminar
Preserving the Built Heritage
Tools for Implementation

Architecture / Historic Preservation / Public Policy
A pragmatic approach that examines architectural preservation policies and offers new models for action.
Schuster, J. Mark. With John de Monchaux and Charles A. Riley II, eds

Shelburne Museum
Rich and Tasty
Vermont Furniture to 1850

Furniture / Decorative Arts & Material Culture / Vermont
A lavishly illustrated look at early Vermont’s high style furniture
Burks, Jean M. and Philip Zea, editors

Shelburne Museum
Wyeth Vertigo
American Art / Art History
Extreme manipulations of perspective unify the visual worlds of three of the most influential American painters of the twentieth century
Denenberg, Thomas Andrew, Joyce Hill Stoner, and Alexander Nemerov

Society for the Preservation of New England Antiquities
Country Arts in Early American Homes
Decorative Arts & Material Culture / Antiques & Collectibles / New England
An expert looks at a wide variety of country arts that characterized early New England homes.
Little, Nina Fletcher. Wendell Garrett, fwd.

Society for the Preservation of New England Antiquities
Little by Little
Six Decades of Collecting American Decorative Arts

Decorative Arts & Material Culture / Antiques & Collectibles / New England
This matchless account of a superb collection of New England country arts of the 17th through the 19th centuries tells the story of the collection and describes the joys, pitfalls, and philosophy of collecting with grace, humor, and great knowledge.
Little, Nina Fletcher

Society for the Preservation of New England Antiquities
Neat and Tidy
Boxes and Their Contents Used in Early American Households

Decorative Arts & Material Culture / Antiques & Collectibles / New England
A classic of material culture, first published in 1980, is once more available.
Little, Nina Fletcher. Wendell Garrett, fwd.

St. Johnsbury Athenaeum
St. Johnsbury Athenaeum
Handbook of the Art Collection

Art / New England
The stunning guide to an extraordinary American cultural treasure in northeast Vermont
Mitchell, Mark D.

Strawbery Banke Museum
Historic Portsmouth
Early Photographs from the Collection of Strawbery Banke

New England History / New Hampshire / Portsmouth
A fascinating collection 19th- and early 20th-century photographs of this “old town by the sea”
Garvin, James L.

Terra Nova Press
Norwich's Maps of Africa
An illustrated and Annotated Carto-bibliography

Geography & Geology / Atlases & Maps
Norwich, Oscar I; Kolbe, bibliographical descriptions; Pam; Stone, Jeffrey C., ed.

The Trinity School
Charity and Merit
Trinity School at 300

Education / American History / New York City
The fascinating, comprehensive history of a preeminent New York independent educational institution
Jacobson, Timothy C.

Thistle Hill Publications
Untamed Vermont
Extraordinary Wilderness Areas of the Green Mountain State

Nature / Vermont / Photography
A fresh and innovative look at the remote and remarkable wild areas in one tiny New England state.
Gardner, A. Blake

United Society of Shakers
Shaker Your Plate
Of Shaker Cooks and Cooking

Shakers / Cooking & Dining
A cookbook of both old and new recipes assembled by one of the few remaining Shakers, including endearing recollections of Shaker cooks and Community life
Carr, Sister Frances A.

Vermont Institute of Natural Science
Small Wonders
Nature Education for Young Children

Education / Nature
A fresh and practical guide to exploring the environment with young children, from the creators of Hands-on Nature
Garrett, Linda and Hannah Thomas

Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art
At Home With Gustav Stickley
Arts & Crafts from the Stephen Gray Collection

Decorative Arts & Material Culture / Antiques & Collectibles
Arguably the finest private collection of early Gustav Stickley furniture
Kornhauser, Elizabeth Mankin; Roth, Linda H., eds.; Gray, Stephen, intr.; Cathers, David and McPherson, Tommy, essays by

Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art
French Eighteenth-Century Porcelain at the Wadsworth Atheneum
J. Pierpont Morgan Collection

Ceramics
The definitive catalog of this important collection
Roth, Linda H. and Clare Le Corbeiller

Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art
Monet’s Water Lilies
An Artist’s Obsession

Art / Modern Art
An overview of Monet’s late obsession with the water lily subject
Zafran, Eric M. , James H. Rubin and Susan L. Talbott, fwd.

Warring States Project
Alpha v1 (2013)
Studies in Early Christianity

Early Christianity / Religion
Articles on early Christian texts and history

Warring States Project
The Emergence of China
From Confucius to the Empire

Chinese History / Chinese Philosophy / Asian Studies / Chinese Classical Period
A comprehensive survey of classical Chinese history and thought
Brooks, E. Bruce and Brooks, A. Taeko

Warring States Project
Warring States Papers v1 (2010)
Studies in Chinese and Comparative Philology

Chinese History / Chinese Literature / Historiography / Chinese Classical Period
Articles on major classical Chinese texts

Warring States Project
Warring States Papers v2 (2011)
Studies in Chinese and Comparative Philology

Chinese History / Chinese Literature / Historiography / Chinese Classical Period
Articles on major classical Chinese texts

West Mountain Press
The Dance Must Follow
Sixteen Cantos and an Epilogue

Poetry / Dance / Biography - Entertainment & Performing Arts
A highly entertaining verse portrait of dancer-choreographer Moses Pendleton, illustrated with his own photographs
Holland, Phil with photographs by Moses Pendleton

Williams College
Jews at Williams
Inclusion, Exclusion, and Class at a New England Liberal Arts College

Jewish Studies / Education History
A study of anti-Semitism, assimilation, and class—the forces that governed Jewish participation in elite higher education for the first two-thirds of the twentieth century
Wurgaft, Benjamin Aldes

Winterthur
Discover Enchanted Woods
A Fairy-Tale Garden at Winterthur

Decorative Arts & Material Culture / Delaware / Philadelphia
An "insider's" look at the newest Winterthur offering.
Magnani, Denise

Winterthur
Discover the Historic Houses of Odessa
Architecture / Delaware / Philadelphia
Readers journey into the past as they enter early American homes and gardens in Odessa, Delaware.
Pulinka, Steven M

Winterthur
Discover the Winterthur Estate
Decorative Arts & Material Culture / Delaware / Philadelphia
Eversmann, Pauline. With Kathryn Head

Winterthur
Discover the Winterthur Garden
Gardening & Horticulture / Delaware / Philadelphia
Discover the Winterthur Garden tells the story of the creation and restoration of this masterpiece of 20th-century naturalism.
Magnani, Denise

Winterthur
Discover Winterthur Series
Discover the Historic Houses of Odessa, Discover the Winterthur Estate, Discover the Winterthur Garden, Discover the Winterthur Period Rooms, Discover Yuletide at Winterthur. 5 paperbacks, packaged as a set

Decorative Arts & Material Culture / Delaware / Philadelphia
Boxed set of all five volumes in the series. Generously illustrated, most in color.
Winterthur

Winterthur
Discover Yuletide at Winterthur
Decorative Arts & Material Culture / Delaware / Philadelphia
Highlights the Yuletide celebrations both at Winterthur and throughout early America.
Harper, Deborah V. R

Winterthur
Evaluating Your Collection
The 14 Points of Connoisseurship

Decorative Arts & Material Culture / Antiques & Collectibles
A book on connoisseurship launches the new Winterthur Decorative Arts Series. Utilizing the unparalleled resources of the Winterthur collection and staff, these books will provide a unique forum of "how-to" advice for novices and experts alike.
Lanmon, Dwight P., comp.

Winterthur
Eye for Excellence
Masterworks from Winterthur

Decorative Arts & Material Culture / Antiques & Collectibles
A richly-illustrated catalog featuring the best of the museum’s collection, according to its own curators. Arranged by category (metalwork, glass, ceramics, furniture,textiles and embroidery, paintings and prints, books and manuscripts), with short introductory essays and detailed information on each object illustrated.
Fennimore, Donald L., Amanda E. Lange, Robert F. Trent, Deborah E. Kraak, E. McSherry Fowble, and Neville Thompson. George Fistrovich, photos

Winterthur
Flights of Fancy
American Silver Bird-Decorated Spoons

Decorative Arts & Material Culture / Antiques & Collectibles
The first in-depth study ever on silver bird-decorated spoons.
Fennimore, Donald

Winterthur
Flower Arranging the Winterthur Way
Decorative Arts & Material Culture / Gardening & Horticulture
Melloy, Alberta A.

Winterthur
Grandeur on the Appoquinimink
The House of William Corbit at Odessa, Delaware

Art / Decorative Arts & Material Culture / Delaware
This classic in American architectural history documents the building of colonial Delaware’s finest Georgian mansion by Quaker tanner William Corbit, and locates the man, his house, and his architect in the context of their world.
Sweeney, John A. H.

Winterthur
Guide to the Winterthur Library
The Joseph Downs Collection and the Winterthur Archives

Decorative Arts & Material Culture / Reference & Bibliography
McKinstry, E. Richard

Winterthur
Guide to Winterthur Museum & Country Estate
Decorative Arts & Material Culture
Eversmann, Pauline K.

Winterthur
Iron at Winterthur
Decorative Arts & Material Culture / History of Technology
Fennimore, Donald L.

Winterthur
John Lewis Krimmel
Genre Artist of the Early Republic

Art
The life and work of America's first genre painter
Harding, Anneliese

Winterthur
KIDS!
200 Years of Childhood

Decorative Arts & Material Culture / Antiques & Collectibles
[Winterthur]

Winterthur
Made in China
Export Porcelain from the Leo and Doris Hodroff Collection at Winterthur

Ceramics / CHINA TRADE
Fuchs, Ronald W. , II in collaboration with David S. Howard

Winterthur
Metalwork in Early America
Copper and Its Alloys from the Winterthur Collection

Decorative Arts & Material Culture / Antiques & Collectibles / American History
Fennimore, Donald L. George J. Fistrovich, photography.

Winterthur
Shaping a National Culture
The Philadelphia Experience, 1750–1800

Decorative Arts & Material Culture / Cultural Studies / American History - 19th Century
Social, economic, political, and architectural historians join scholars and curators to present their findings about Philadelphia’s myriad economic groups, political enclaves, religious structures, cultural institutions, and artisanal output during the period.
Hutchins, Catherine E., ed

Winterthur
The Winterthur Guide to Caring for Your Collection
Revised ed.

Decorative Arts & Material Culture / Antiques & Collectibles
A unique forum of "how-to" advice for novices and experts alike.
Landrey, Gregory J., et al.

Winterthur
The Winterthur Guide to Color in Your Garden
Plant Combinations and Practical Advice from the Winterthur Garden

Gardening & Horticulture
Joyce, Ruth

Winterthur
The Winterthur Guide to Recognizing Styles
American Decorative Arts from the 17th through the 19th Centuries

Decorative Arts & Material Culture / Antiques & Collectibles
An invaluable guide to identifying styles in the decorative arts
Eversmann, Pauline

Yale University Art Gallery
Colonial Massachusetts Silversmiths and Jewelers
A Biographical Dictionary Based on the Notes of Francis Hill Bigelow and John Marshall Phillips

Decorative Arts & Material Culture / Antiques & Collectibles / Massachusetts
Winner of the Charles F. Montgomery Prize of the Decorative Arts Society: A groundbreaking reference on a colonial American craft.
Kane, Patricia E. Jeannine Falino, Deborah A. Federhen, Patricia E. Kane, Barbara McLean Ward, and Gerald W. R. Ward, contribs.