Good. The Haney Foundation series of studies in English, American and foreign literature-modern history, sociology, and economics-music and art, v.1 1964 Hardcover 158 plates (part col.). 192 p. Former Library book. Bibliography: p. 185-188. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Shipped to over one million happy customers. Your purchase benefits world literacy!
Qto. VG/-no DJ. missing DJ. gently tanned ivory cloth, gilt stamped titling down spine, toning frames the heavily smudge ivory boards. heavy foxing to the fep/ffep and the initial/final sheets. color glossy frontispiece faces foxed title page. contents include 4 color plates and 152 monochrome plates section that begins on page 193, the last page of textblock. no writing and neatly cornered textblock. toning moderate, smooth outer edges. ART (RENAISSANCE). Rockville.
Very Good in Good jacket. Book in very solid, tight conditioon, unmarked aside from from owner name/address at top of front endpaper. Dust jacket features four short, closed edge tears; one tear (at bottom of front panel) was formerly repaired on exterior, leaving yellowed tape stain. International/expedited shipping will require additional postage due to bulk.
Good. No Jacket. Folio-over 12"-15" tall. (usa) Presumed First Edition No markings, the white boards are lightly and evenly soiled, the top corners are slightly bumped, thus Good used copy; lacking the dust jacket. White boards, 192pp, index, then 152 full page B&W photographic plates; colour frontis photo. This art monograph documents the accounts, design and execution of the chapel of the cardinal of Portugal by Quatrrocento artists Antonio and Bernardo Rossellino, Luca della Robbia, and others. A heavy book. (4.0 JM FO 52/5.
Very good in very good jacket. 4 color plates, and 152 monochrome illustrations. 192pp. 4to, white cloth, d.w. (cloth a bit edgeworn; wrapper torn; light foxing on top edge). Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania, (1964). A very good copy in a very good dust wrapper. Study of this early Renaissance monument, based on a group of hitherto unknown documents in the ledgers of the Cambini bank in Florence, which pertain to the construction and decoration of the chapel. Presentation copy from Fred (Hartt) to art historian Meyer Schapiro-"who started me doing this sort of thing..."
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