b/w Illustration. Very Good. No Jacket As Issued. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" Very good in color pictorial wraps. Illustrated with 28 b&w reproductions. Edition and printing not stated. Soft Cover. Approx. 25pp. 15.5 x 23cm.
First edition. Softcover. 135 pages. Exhibition catalog for a show that ran December 7, 1971 through February 6, 1972 in Pasadena and then traveled Berkeley, Kansas City, Mo, Fort Worth, TX, Des Moines, IA, and Chicago. Includes text by Haskell along with numerous color and black and white illustrations. A very good plus copy in wrappers with some minor wear.
Very Good+ Illustrated throughout. Foreword by Wim Beeren. Introduction by Cor Blok. Text is in English and Dutch. Tight, clean and crisp. A few minor foxing spots to wraps, otherwise an excellent copy. No inscriptions. No remainder mark. Not ex-library.; 8vo.
Good. 1970. Catalogue of an exhibition organized by the Museum of Modern Art, New York, under the auspices of the International Council of the Museum. Some marks on cover. Please contact me if you require further information, scans e.t.c. Dispatched within 2 business days.
As New in Fair jacket. As New Condition. Brown cloth boards with gilt lettering. Pages are bright and crisp. Dj is torn and tarnished. Binding is tight and solid. AS NEW. First Edition. Hardcover. Introduction and commentary by Gene Baro.
Near fine gray boards. Fluently inscribed by a former owner perhaps artist? on opening flyleaf. Text is profoundly all Oldenburg with drawings, self portraits, sculptures, and assemblages with excellent text.
by Claes Oldenburg, Amsterdam (Netherlands). Stedelijk Museum
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