Very good. No dust jacket as issued. Tight binding, clean, no marks, slight wear on front cover. 180 p. illus. (part col. ), ports. 26 cm. Includes: Illustrations, Portraits. Bibliography: p. 175-178., ships from Texas from non-smoker's home
111 gravure, 4 color ill. Very good, wraps (softcover) 180pp. Catalogue of circulating exhibit from 1969-1971 showing American printmaking from 1670-1820 showing the authentic look of colonial America and the morning of the Republic. Softcover edition was published by The Museum of Graphic Art.
Very Good. Exhibition Catalogue. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. 180 pp., illus. (part col. ), ports.; 26 cm. Catalogue of a traveling exhibition organized by the Museum of Graphic Art, New York, with participation by the Brooklyn Museum and 12 other museums in the United States, 1969-71. Firm binding, clean text. Miniscule previous owner's signature/flyleaf, else fine. Stated "First Printing." Covers the period from 1670 to 1820. Profusely illustrated. The majority of the prints shown are from the collections of Mr. and Mrs. J. William Middendorf II.
American printmaking, the first 150 years.
by Museum of Graphic Art, Wendy J. Shadwell
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