Good. 50 pp. + catalogue & bibliography, 16mo. Paperback. Textblock uncut. Rubbing to covers; wear to edges; crease & sunning to spine. Foxing to textblock edges & slight ink-staining (? ) to front cover flap. Binding tight; very faint soiling scattered to textblock but pgs generally clean & crisp.
Oldenburg, Claes. Very good in good jacket. Illustrated in color, and printed on French-folded paper. Square 16mo, red cloth, edgeworn d.w. New York: E.P. Dutton, (1971). First edition. Page edges and wrapper somewhat foxed, still a very good copy in a good dust wrapper. Miniatures of his notebook pages. Oldenburg's version of an artist's sketchbook.
First Edition USA , so stated. Very Good-in Good+ DJ: Book shows top and bottom edge of orange cloth-covered boards faintly sunned; light shelfwear; slight spine lean; front hinge a bit buckled; front boards very slightly bowed. Binding secure; text clean. DJ shows moderate wear to extremities with a touch of loss at upper corner tips; moderate rubbing to sheen; price intact; mylar-protected. Overall, an average used book. NOT a Remainder, Book-Club, or Ex-Library. 16mo. Unpaginated. Illustrated in color throughout. Hardback with DJ. A selection of fifty pages from Oldenburg's private notebooks, showcased on full-color plates. Oldenburg became one of the best known artists from the "Pop Art" generation and was also well known for his famous 1961 New York exhibit The Store.
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