Specialists in 19th-, 20th-, and 21st- century manuscripts, correspondence, archival material, and inscribed first editions. With an art and book gallery in East Hampton.
Glenn Horowitz Bookseller, Inc. represents authors, authors’ estates, and private collectors in the sale of literary, historical, and art, film, and photography related archives and archival material. GHB also appraises material for gift tax purposes.
Several dozen catalogues, available for purchase or as free downloads, document literary, historical, and art- and photography- related rare books, manuscripts, correspondence, and ephemera, often from the libraries of the authors themselves.
A gallery dedicated to showcasing art, objects and books in changing installations, mixing local Hampton's artists with internationally known artists.
Adam Stennett: Survival, Evasion and Escape (The Artist's Studio)
Exhibition: September 7 - October 16, 2013 (Extended through October 28)
“Hey! How can you toss stuff like this overboard so lightly?” So wrote Irene Selznick in 1947, Broadway producer of A Streetcar Named Desire, to Tennessee Williams, in a note she attached to a page of draft speeches from the final scene of the play in 1947 – the year it debuted at the Ethel...
Printed by master lithographer Maurice Sanchez and published by Glenn Horowitz Bookseller in 1983, “Perche no spero” and “McKane’s Falls” are two of many collaborations between artist, documentary filmmaker, and author Robert Perkins and some of the 20th century’s best poets....
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