Good. University of Washington Press, 1982. Good hardcover Very Good dust jacket. Clean pages: no marks in text. Front end paper removed, else fine. Wear at head of dust jacket, otherwise in nice shape. Ships fast!
Photographs/Plates. Near Fine in Near Fine (in mylar) jacket. Hardcover. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Former owner's bookplate on fep, else extremely clean and tight, red endpapers and beautiful illustrations. Red cloth binding, gilt stamped title in Chinese text on front cover, minimal shelf wear. Unclipped dust jacket, light rippling to head and foot of spine, lightly bumped corners, mylar sleeved. 209pp., incuding sources, appendix, and glossary.
Ch'i Pai Shih. Near fine in near fine jacket. Illustrated throughout, some in color. 209 pages. 8vo, red boards, d.w. Seattle: University of Washington Press, (1973). First edition. A near fine copy in a near fine dust wrapper. First book in the English language to tell the story of Ch'i Pai Shih, sometimes called China's Picasso.
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