Exhibition Catalogues and Books

All publications are listed in reverse chronological order.

Robert Frank in America

By Robert Frank
Edited by Peter Galassi

200 pages

ISBN: 139783869307350
Hardcover: $55.00 / members $45.00

Carleton Watkins: The Stanford Albums
Edited by Cantor Arts Center

280 pages, 160 photographs
ISBN: 9780804792158
Cloth $40.00  Available from Stanford University Press at www.sup.org.

The Legend of Rex Slinkard
Charles C. Eldredge and Geneva M. Gano. Cantor Arts Center, 2011
151 pages, 258 color illustrations
Paperback: $30.00
Rodin_and_America Rodin and America:
Influence and Adaptation 1876-1936

Edited by Bernard Barryte and Roberta Tarbell. Text by Bernard Barryte, Roberta Tarbell, Ilene Susan Fort, Bronwyn Griffith, Jennifer Marshall, Anna Tahinci, Antoinette LeNormand-Romain, Helene Pinet.
Cantor Arts Center in association with Silvana Editoriale, 2011. 381 pages, 200 color and 40 black-and-white illustrations. Paperback: $55.00

The Art of the Book in California: Five Contemporary Presses
Edited by Peter Rutledge Koch.
Stanford University Libraries, 2011
132 pages. Paperback: $30.00

William Trost Richards
True to Nature
Drawings, Watercolors, and Oil Sketches at Stanford University

Carol M. Osborne
Cantor Arts Center in association with Philip Wilson Publishers, 2010. 207 pages, 230 color and black-and-white illustrations
Paperback: $40.00
Tracing the Past, Drawing the Future: Master Ink Painters in Twentieth Century China
Edited by Xiaoneng Yang with contributions by Richard E. Vinograd, Lang Shaojun, Pan Gongkai, Kuiyi Chen, Zaixin Hong
5 Continents in association with Cantor Arts Center, 2009
440 pages, 284 color illustrations
Paperback: $75.00

Frank Lobdell Figure Drawings
Texts by Robert Flynn Johnson and Bruce Guenther
Anne Kohs & Associates, Inc. in association with Cantor Arts Center, 2009
67 pages, 4 color + duotone illustrations
Paperback: $24.95

Splendid Grief: Darren Waterston and the Afterlife of Leland Stanford Jr.
Essays by Darren Waterston and Hilarie Faberman
Cantor Arts Center, 2009
37 pages, illustrated
Paperback: $22.00

Art of Being Tuareg: Sahara Nomads in a Modern World
Edited by Thomas K. Seligman and Kristyne Loughran with essays contributed by Edmond Bernus, Francois Borel, Jean-Yves Brizot, Gian Carlo Castelli Gattinara, Mohamed ag Ewangaye, Kristyne Loughran, Susan Rasmussen, Thomas K. Seligman
Cantor Arts Center in collaboration with Fowler Museum at UCLA, 2006
291 pages, color illustrations
Hardcover: $75.00

Bare Witness: Photographs by Gordon Parks
Essay by Maren Stange
SKIRA in association with the Cantor Arts Center, 2006.
112 pages with 4 color + numerous duotone illustrations.
Hardcover: $36.95

The Virgin, Saints, and Angels: South American Paintings 1600–1825 from the Thoma Collection
Suzanne Stratton-Pruitt
SKIRA in association with the Cantor Arts Center, 2006
231 pages with color and black-and-white illustrations
Paperback: $34.95
Image not available Chinese Painting on the Eve of the Communist Revolution : Chang Shu-chi and his Collection
Edited by Richard Vinograd with essays by Julia F. Andres and Kuiyi Shen
Stanford University, 2006
52 pages with black-and-white illustrations
Paperback: Out of Print

Young America: Childhood in 19th-Century Art and Culture
Claire Perry
Yale University Press in association with the Cantor Arts Center, 2006
236 pages with 168 color and black-and-white illustrations
Paperback: $34.95
Fired at Davis: Figurative Ceramic Sculpture by Robert Arneson, Visiting Professors, and Students at the University of California at Davis, from the Paula and Ross Turk Collection
Edited by Hilarie Faberman
Cantor Arts Center, 2005
74 pages with color and black-and-white illustrations
Paperback: $21.95

Revolutionary Tides

Revolutionary Tides: The Art of the Political Poster 1914–1989
Jeffrey T. Schnapp
SKIRA in association with the Cantor Arts Center, 2005
158 pages with color illustrations
Paperback: $32.95

On the Edge Catalogue

On the Edge: Contemporary Chinese Artists Encounter the West
Britta Erickson
Cantor Arts Center, 2004
170 pages with color illustrations
Paperback: $32.95

Women on the Verge Catalogue

Women on the Verge: The Culture of Neurasthenia in
19th-Century America
Essays by Katherine Williams, Zachary Ross, Kathleen Spies, Amanda Glesmann, and Claire Perry
Introduction by Wanda Corn
Cantor Arts Center, 2004
86 pages with color and black-and-white illustrations
Paperback: $24.95
Picasso to Thiebaud: Modern and Contemporary Art from the Collections of Stanford University Alumni and Friends
Edited by Hilarie Faberman
Cantor Arts Center, 2004
160 pages with color illustrations
Hardcover: $49.95; Paperback: $34.95
The Changing Garden: Four Centuries of European and American Art
Betsy G. Fryberger with essays by Paula Deitz, Elizabeth S. Eustis, Diana Ketcham, Claudia Lazzaro, and Carol M. Osborne
Cantor Arts Center in association with University of California Press, 2003
240 pages with color illustrations
Hardcover: $65.00; Paperback: $34.95

Time Stands Still Catalogue

Time Stands Still: Muybridge and the Instantaneous Photography Movement
Phillip Prodger with an essay by Tom Gunning
Cantor Arts Center in association with Oxford University Press, 2003
310 pages with color and duotone illustrations
Hardcover: $65.00; Paperback: $38.00

Salviati Catalogue

Venetian Glass of the 1890s: Salviati at Stanford University
Carol M. Osborne
Comprehensive catalogue of 245 Venetian glass objects in Cantor Art Center's permanent collection.
Philip Wilson Publishers in association with the Cantor Arts Center, 2002
200 pages with color plates
Paperback: $24.95

Wright Morris Catalogue

Distinctly American: The Photography of Wright Morris
Essays by Alan Trachtenberg and Ralph Lieberman
The finest assemblage of Morris's award-winning photography. Merrell in association with the Cantor Arts Center, 2002
140 pages with 80 duotone illustrations
Hardcover: $50.00; Paperback: $29.95

The Southern Metropolis: Pictorial Arts in 17th-Century Nanjing
Edited by Richard Vinograd, 2002
16 pages with 16 black-and-white illustrations
Paperback: $8.00
Aerial Muse: The Art of Yvonne Jacquette, including a catalogue raisonné of prints
Essays by Hilarie Faberman, Bill Berkson, Vincent Katz
Hudson Hills Press in association with the Cantor Arts Center, 2002
176 pages with 121 color and 109 black-and-white illustrations
Hardcover: $50.00; Paperback: $38.00
Image not available Ruben on Rodin: The Photographs of Ernestine Ruben
Essays by Bernard Barryte and Hélène Pinet, 2000
Nazraeli Press in association with the Cantor Arts Center
47 pages with 30 plates
Hardcover: $40.00
Image not available The Photography of John Gutmann: Culture Shock
Essay by Sandra S. Phillips
Foreword by Thomas K. Seligman
Merrell Publishers in association with the Cantor Arts Center, 2000
144 pages, reproductions of the 100 photographs from the exhibition
Hardcover: $39.95; Paperback: $24.95
Image not available Pacific Arcadia: Images of California, 1600-1915
Claire Perry
Published jointly by Oxford University Press and the Cantor Arts Center, 1999
288 pages with color plates
Hardcover: $40.00; Paperback: $25.00
Image not available Picasso: Graphic Magician—Prints from the Norton Simon Museum
Edited by Betsy Fryberger, with five essays and a detailed catalogue of the works in the exhibition, 1998
172 pages with 12 color plates
Hardcover: $30.00; Paperback: $18.00
The Enduring Illusion: Photographs from the Stanford University Museum of Art
Essay and checklist by Joel Leivick; foreword by Thomas K. Seligman and Bernard Barryte, 1996
95 pages, reproductions of the 100 photographs from the exhibition. Paperback: $24.95
Image not available Nathan Oliveira / "The Windhover:" Recent Wing Paintings and Related Works
Essay by Hilarie Faberman
Foreword by Thomas K. Seligman, 1995
16 pages, 13 black and white plus 4 color illustrations. $10.00
Image not available Our Art, Our Voices: Native American Cultural Perpsectives Exhibition checklist and essay by Denni Dianne Woodward assisted by Ruth Franklin
Foreword by Thomas K. Seligman, 1995
This full-color catalogue highlights the Museum's historic collection, including Northern California Indian basketry, Haida argillite carvings, Northwest Coast wood carvings, Southwest pottery, Navajo textiles, and beadwork from several Plains groups.
48 pages. $10.00
Image not available Hine Editions/Limestone Press: The Archive at the Stanford University Museum of Art
Essay and checklist by Hilarie Faberman, assisted by Diana Strazdes, 1994
73 pages, 3 color plates. $20.00
Image not available Frank Lobdell: Works, 1947-1992
Exhibition checklist and essay, "Lobdell's Journeys" by Caroline A. Jones
Foreword by Thomas K. Seligman; artist's chronology, 1993
36 pages, 19 black and white plus 7 color illustrations. $10.00
Image not available The Anderson Print Collection at Stanford, Gift of Harry W. and Mary Margaret Anderson
Exhibition catalog, in a special issue of The Stanford Museum, vols. XX-XXI, 1990-91
$10.00. Out of Print
Image not available Mark Tobey: Works on Paper
Introductory essay by Paul Cummings; essay by Judith S. Kays; catalogue by Betsy G. Fryberger and Judith S. Kays, 1990
55 drawings and monotypes
24 pages, 17 illustrations, 6 color plates. $7.50
Image not available

Sean Scully/Donald Sultan: Abstraction/ Representation
Essay, checklist, and chronologies by Michelle Meyers, 1990
30 pages, 10 illustrations, 8 color plates. $6.95

Image not available Picturing the Future: American Modernism from the Lois Q. Spreckels Collection
Essay by Hilarie Faberman
A short history of the development of American abstract art. $1.00. Out of Print
Image not available David Park: Works on Paper
Essay and checklist by Betsy G. Fryberger, 1988
Illustrated folder
$1.00. Out of Print
Image not available Twentieth-Century Drawings from the Anderson Collection: Auguste Rodin to Elizabeth Murray
Essay and checklist of selections from the Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Anderson Collection by Caroline A. Jones, 1988
59 drawings. 32 pages, 22 illustrations,  10 color plates
$7.50. Out of Print
Image not available The Anderson Collection/Two Decades of American Graphics 1967-1987/Prints, Multiples, Monotypes & Works in Paper Betsy G. Fryberger. 1987. 24 pp., 14 illus. Essay and checklist of 160 works by 50 artists from Albers and Diebenkorn to Johns and Stella. With two additional publications of Stanford Museum exhibitions from the Anderson Collection: Selected Prints by Robert Motherwell. 1986. brochure/checklist. 2 pages, 1 illustration. Selected Prints by Richard Diebenkorn. 1987. Brochure/checklist. 4 pages, 2 illustrations
All three $7.50. Out of Print
Image not available The Ikeda Collection of Japanese and Chinese Art at Stanford
Patrick J. Maveety, 1987
A history of the remarkable Asian collection acquired by Jane Stanford from the Baron Ikeda.
16 pages, 15 illustrations, 3 color plates. $4.00
Image not available Indonesian Textiles from the Christensen Collection
Essay by Kent Watters; bibliography, 1984
4 pages, large color reproduction of a 19th-century Sarawak ceremonial hanging. $2.35
Image not available Gwen John: Paintings and Drawings from the Collection of John Quinn & Others
Essays on the artist's life, drawings and watercolors by Betsy G. Fryberger; essay on her paintings by Cecily Langdale
Catalogue entries by Fryberger and Langdale, 1982
13 paintings, 30 drawings and watercolors
6 pages, 43 plates plus 18 figures, 4 color plates. $10.00
Image not available Frank Duveneck and Elizabeth Boott: Paintings, drawings, prints and memorabilia
Essay by Carol M. Osborne, 1981
Illustrated folder. $1.00
Image not available The Ceramics of Thailand
Catalogue by Patrick J. Maveety, 1980
151 objects. 28 pages, 71 illustrations. $3.50
Image not available Eighteenth-Century Italian Prints from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Marcus S. Sopher with Additional Works from the Stanford University Museum
Catalogue by Claudia Lazzaro, 1980
132 prints, 62 pages, 23 illustrations. $3.50
Image not available In Celebration of Paul Klee: Fifty Prints
Collector's preface by Carl Djerassi
Essay by Charles W. Haxthausen
Chronology and catalogue by Betsy G. Fryberger, 1979
50 prints. 188 pages, 61 illustrations, 4 color plates
$10.00
Image not available Opium Pipes, Prints and Paraphernalia
Introduction and catalogue by Patrick J. Maveety, 1979
101 objects, 16 pages, 8 illustrations $1.50
Image not available Blue & White Ceramics of the Far East
Essay by Patrick J. Maveety, 1978
Illustrated folder.
$.50
Image not available Seventeenth-Century Italian Prints from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Marcus S. Sopher
Catalogue by Marcus S. Sopher
with Claudia Lazzaro-Bruno, 1978
179 prints. 232 pages, 179 illustrations. $10.00
Image not available Whistler: Themes & Variations
Introduction by Lorenz Eitner
Catalogue by Betsy G. Fryberger, 1978
62 prints, 8 drawings, 3 pastels, 7 watercolors, 5 paintings,
81 pages, 86 illustrations, 5 color plates. $6.50
Image not available The Founders and the Architects
Foreword by Lorenz Eitner
Essays on the design of Stanford University by Paul V. Turner, Karen Weitze, and Marcia E. Vetrocq, 1976
104 pages, 84 illustrations
$8.00. Out of Print
Image not available Ansel Adams: The Portfolios
Essay by Anita V. Mozley, 1972
Illustrated folder
$1.00. Out of Print
Image not available Toulouse-Lautrec: Prints and Drawings from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Butler
Essays by Lorenz Eitner and Hubert Proute
Catalogue by Betsy G. Fryberger, 1971
74 prints, 7 drawings, 42 pages, 14 illustrations,
6 color plates. $5.00
Image not available A Decade in the West: Paintings, Sculptures and Graphics from the Anderson Collection
Essay by Albert E. Elsen
Catalogue by Francois Forster-Hahn, 1971
55 objects, 23 pages, 12 illustrations
$1.00. Out of Print
Image not available Street Criers and Itinerant Tradesmen in European Prints Essay and catalogue by Dwight C. Miller, 1970
164 prints, 32 pages, 32 illustrations. $5.00
Image not available Early Coptic Textiles
Essay and catalogue by Suzanne Lewis, 1969
51 textiles, 87 pages, 47 illustrations. $5.00
Image not available Old Master Drawings from the Collection of Kurt Meissner, Zurich
Essay and catalogue by Francoise Forster-Hahn, 1969
117 pages, 88 illustrations
$6.00
Image not available Aktual Art International: Posters manifestos, objects...collected by Jeff Berner
1967; 162 objects, 23 pages, 14 illustrations
$2.00. Out of Print
Image not available Drawings by Richard Diebenkorn
Essay by Lorenz Eitner, 1965
59 drawings, 62 pages, 59 illustrations
$5.00. Out of Print
Image not available Stanford Seen
Photographs by Leo Holub
Essay by Lorenz Eitner, 1964
49 photographs, 48 pages, 45 illustrations
$2.00. Out of Print
Image not available Some Points of View '62
Foreword by George D. Culler, 1962
47 objects, 47 pages, 47 illustrations
$1.00. Out of Print
Image not available Arts of the Chou Dynasty
Introduction and catalogue by John D. LaPlante, 1958
207 objects, 64 pages, 167 illustrations $1.00


How to Purchase

Current exhibition catalogues are available at the Cantor Arts Center catalogue kiosk, Wednesday to Sunday, from noon to 4 pm.

 

Many museum catalogues and books are available for purchase at the Stanford Bookstore, located at 519 Lasuen Mall, or purchase online.