319 Color & 751 b/w Illustrations. Very Good. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall A very good-copy with minor creasing to spine; slight sunning, rubbing, smudging and scuffing to wraps; bumping and minor creasing to corners. , 599 pages. Survey of all aspects of the famed institution's collections (including architecture and design, photography and film). Preface by Richard E. Oldenburg; introduction by Sam Hunter; essays by William Rubin and 6 others. Originally published in 1984, this second printing in 1985. Book weights 7.7 lbs.
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Very good. Sewn binding. Paper over boards. 599 p. Audience: General/trade. Introduction by Sam Hunter. Other writers include William Rubin, John Elderfield, Riva Castleman, Arthur Drexler, John Szarkowski, Mary Lea Bandy, Eileen Bowser and Richard E Oldenburg. Large heavy (almost 9 pounds) volume with many beautiful color prints, 10 X 12 inches. Covered in linen with a tipped in photo on the front. Signed on end page by previous owner, otherwise unmarked.
VG (Previous owner's name written in ink at ffep) Color glossy wraps. 599 pp, 319 color and 751 bw plates. A mighty tome that will impress your friends and enrich your artbook reference library! Features painting, sculpture, drawings, prints, books, architecture, design, photography, and film from the museum's collection.
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