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Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. 080782397X. Previous owner's name on flyleaf. Dust jacket has short closed tear. Dust jacket wrapped in mylar. Delivery confirmation tracking number provided.; 10.37 X 7.15 X 1.38 inches; 376 pages.
Fine in Fine jacket. Book. 7" x 10.25" Fine first edition, fine jacket, mylar cover. Univ of NC Press, 1998. "...reveals the anguish, achievement, and triumph of a type of art that is most often cloaked in a garment of sweet innocence. Ardery probes the inner workings of American folk art, a cultural "site" marked by endless squabbles over labels, market values, and ethical shortcomings."
Very good in fine dust jacket. Boards slightly curled at edges. 353 p. Contains: Illustrations. The author examines why, beginning in the late 1960s, expressive objects made by poor people came to be regarded as modern folk art.
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