Very Good. 0884010449 Lovell, M. M. Venice: The American Way, 1860-1920. San Francisco: Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, 1985. 169pp. Illustrated. 4to. Paperback. Book condition: Very good with a few faint creases in rear cover.
ISBN: 0884010449, Trade paperback, probable 1st edition (no additional printings listed), Fine Minus/pictorial wraps; light wear to covers and cover edges, light crease to top front corner tip, illustrated in B & W and color, 4to., 169 pages.,
VG (Slight aging of white cover; contents and edges are crisp and clean. ) White & color wraps. 169 pp. 14 color, 121 bw plates. Issued in conjunction with 1984-1985 exhibitions. Artists discussed include Otto Bacher (2), Robert Frederick Blum (5), E.D. Boit, E. Carlsen, J.L. Chapman, W.M. Chase, C.C. Coleman, S. Colman, F. Duveneck (2), S.R. Gifford, C. Gilbert, W.S. Haseltine (2), D.S. MacLaughlin, J. Marin (4), T. Moran (4), D.D. Neal, E. Nourse, F.M. Parrish (2), J. Pennell, M. Prendergast (17), R. Salmon, J.S. Sargent (30), F. H. Smith (2), J.L. Smith, G.W. Stevens, J.H. Twachtman, E. Vail, and Whistler (32). Exhaustive essay material accompanies each catalogue entry. A very in-depth study.
Very Good in None jacket. Softcover. Exhibition catalog of American paintings of Venice in the nineteenth century. Exhibited at the Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco. 169 pages; both color and black & white plates; cover in color. In very good condition; cover shows minimal signs of use.
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