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INSCRIBED BY AFRICAN AMERICAN ARTIST FAITH RINGGOLD

RINGGOLD, Faith. Tar Beach. New York, 1991.

First edition of Ringgold's debut children's book, named a 1992 Caldecott Honor Book, and winner of the 1992 Coretta Scott King Book Award, boldly inscribed in silver ink by her in the year of publication, "All the best Faith Ringgold March 1, 1991," featuring over 20 "bold vibrant" illustrations from her paintings—"the triumphant soaring of imagination over reality." $850.

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SIGNED BY ARTIST FAITH RINGGOLD

RINGGOLD, Faith. Invisible Princess. New York, 1999.

First edition of the award-winning African American artist's original children's book about a mythical Invisible Princess who frees the enslaved—"ranks among her best creations"—boldly signed by her in silver ink—with nearly 20 full- and double-page illustrations by Ringgold, a splendid copy in the original dust jacket. $600.

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INSCRIBED BY FAITH RINGGOLD

RINGGOLD, Faith. We Flew over the Bridge. Boston, 1995.

First edition of Ringgold's lyrical, vibrant and riveting account of her life and art, wonderfully inscribed by her in the year of publication, "To R— You can fly. Faith Ringgold 10/13/95," with 32 pages of color illustrations. $500.

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INSCRIBED BY ARTIST FAITH RINGGOLD

RINGGOLD, Faith. Bonjour, Lonnie. New York, 1996.

First edition of Ringgold's evocative children's book about an African American orphan living in France—her "lush, deeply imagined paintings… will tug at anyone who has seen—or wants to see—Paris"—boldly inscribed by her in black felt pen, "To B— G— Faith Ringgold." $350.

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"ANYONE CAN FLY. ALL YOU NEED IS SOMEWHERE TO GO THAT YOU CAN'T GET TO ANY OTHER WAY"

RINGGOLD, Faith. Dancing at the Louvre. California, 1998.

First edition of the richly illustrated museum catalog from Ringgold's influential first exhibition, boldly signed by her in the year of publication, "Faith Ringgold 10/14/98." $300.

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