Good/No Jacket. 8 1/2 x 11 " Tall Collectible Art; ex-lib Good hardcover no dj. ex-lib with usual stamps, cardpocket etc. 301 b & w plates showing examples of 19th century taste. Paul F. Norton writes on Architecture; Alan Gowans on Painting and Sculpture; and Joseph T. Butler on the Decorative Arts.
Numerous black and white photos illustrations. Binding: Quarter dark red cloth, tan cloth, design in red and dark green on front, gilt titles on spine. Some soiling on lower extremities. Minor foxing on front outer edge of board. Almost a fragment of a dustjacket.
Quarto; vg/fair; dj, brown spine with black and red text; dj, in Brodart cover, shelf worn, chipped, price-clipped, two 1-inch tears at top of front cover; hb, red spine with gold text; quarter bound tan boards with red spine; boards, strong, chipping at the spine, minor bumping; Ex library label on fpdep; text block clean; 301 B/W Plates representing Architecture, Painting & Sculpture, and the Decorative Arts, plus a color reproduction at the frontispiece; 412pp. Rockville.
Very Good. Dust Jacket Included. GARRETT, WENDELL D. ET AL. The Arts in America: The Nineteenth Century. Charles Scribner's Sons (1969), 412 pp., many ills., clean xlib. copy w. usual markings & wear to d.j.
The Arts in America: the nineteenth century
by Wendell D. Garrett
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