Ships from the UK within 24 hours. Your purchase supports authors through the Book Author Resale Right. Ex Library. Number of pages: 288. Reading copy ONLY With Index. With photographs. Internally good.
Hardback. No Dustjacket, bound in red cloth. Ex-Library with the usual faults, card pocket, ink stamps, etc. Tight sound copy with average wear. Part of the Pelican History Of Art Uniform Series. First Printing. from 1960 of Painting And Sculpture In Europe 1780 to 1880.
First edition (hardback). Large 8vo, xxii, 288pp. 192pp plates. Original burgundy cloth, but lacks the dustwrapper. The book is in excellent condition. The Penguin History of Art series, edited by Nikolaus Pevsner, number Z20.
Good with no dust jacket. Ex-Library; 288 pages; Good/No Jacket. Rated Good because it is an SMU ex-library book. Pocket, stamps, date due slip, spine label. Just a bit of soiling at fore edge of pages. Spine slightly sunned. Boards are straight, tips are pointed, spine is square and pages are otherwise clean. Solid binding. 192 plates. 11 Figures. Foreword: Perhaps, however, I may be allowed to say that I have deliberately paid more attention to general, international features in the development of methods and forms of conception than I have to the task of attempting to interpret national differences. Media mail only.
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