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The Yale Edition of The Complete Works of St. Thomas More

Volume 5, Responsio ad Lutherum

St. Thomas More; Edited by John Headley

The Responsio ad Lutherum, written by Thomas More under the pseudonym of Guillielmus Rosseus, represents an important phase of the violent controversy that developed between Luther and Henry VII after the publication...

September 10, 1969, Cloth, $195.00

Survey of London: South-East Marylebone

Volumes 51 and 52

Edited by Philip Temple and Colin Thom; General Editor Andrew Saint

Providing essential knowledge about the British capital’s built environment, these two volumes cover a large portion of the parish of St. Marylebone, bounded to the south by Oxford Street and to the north by the Marylebone...

October 24, 2017, 2-Volume Boxed Set, $190.00

The Diary of Joseph Farington

Volume 9

Joseph Farington

December 11, 1959, Cloth, $180.00

The Correspondence and Miscellaneous Papers of Benjamin Henry Latrobe (Series 4)

Volume 2 4-2, 1805-1810

Benjamin Henry Latrobe; Edited by John C. Van Horne and Lee W. Formwalt

This volume is devoted to More's principal humanist writings other than his Latin poems and Utopia. It contains the first truly critical edition and a vigorous new English translation of More's four influential Latin letter...

September 10, 1987, Cloth, $180.00

The Correspondence and Miscellaneous Papers of Benjamin Henry Latrobe (Series 4)

Volume 1 4-1, 1784-1804

Benjamin Henry Latrobe; Edited by John C. Van Horne and Lee W. Formwalt

This volume is the first of what will be three volumes of selected correspondence and miscellaneous papers of Benjamin Henry Latrobe (1764-1820), America’s first professional architect and engineer.Of the 235...

September 10, 1985, Cloth, $175.00

The Early Paintings and Drawings of John Constable

Text and Plates

Graham Reynolds

John Constable, one of the most beloved of British painters, is renowned for his poetic approach to nature and his extraordinary use of broken color. In this beautiful two-volume set, the dean of Constable scholars, Graham...

September 25, 1996, Cloth, $175.00

17th-18th Century Flemish Painting

State Hermitage Museum Catalogue

Natalya Gritsay and Natalya Babina

Among the many treasures of The State Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg is its remarkable collection of seventeenth- and eighteenth-century Flemish paintings—more than five hundred in all—including key works by Rubens,...

December 16, 2008, Cloth, $175.00

The Frederick Douglass Papers

Series Two: Autobiographical Writings, Volume 3: Life and Times of Frederick Douglass

Frederick Douglass; Edited by John R. McKivigan

Life and Times was first published in 1881, revised and expanded in 1892. Although Douglass wrote two other autobiographies, Narrative (1845) and My Bondage and My Freedom (1855), he clearly deemed this...

October 30, 2012, Cloth, $175.00

Francis Picabia Catalogue Raisonné

Volume I

William A. Camfield, Beverley Calté, Candace Clements, and Arnauld Pierre

This publication is the first of four volumes in the catalogue raisonné of Francis Picabia (1879–1953), one of the most significant, challenging artists of the 20th century. The works in Volume I range from Picabia’s early...

March 16, 2015, HC - Paper over Board, $175.00

Survey of London: Battersea

Volumes 49 and 50

Edited by Andrew Saint and Colin Thom

The south London parish of Battersea has roots as a working village, growing produce for London markets, and as a high-class suburb, with merchants’ villas on the elevated ground around Clapham and Wadsworth Commons. ...

February 11, 2014, HC - Set with Slipcase, $175.00

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