Good. Books That Matter, softcover, in Good condition, no stamps or writing, 337 plates, 32 color plates, 305 monochrome illustrations, 226 biographical notes, This book is a tribute to, and a lasting record of, the largest and most comprehensive exhibit of modern art ever held-the great "50 Years of Modern Art" exhibit at the 1958 Brussels World's Fair. From Seurat and Rodin to Jackson Pollock and Reg Butler, more than 230 artists from almost every country on the globe were included. Here, in full, were to be seen the new frontiers of imagination and experience in modern art, paper is tanning with age, quite a few creases, mostly along the spine, some wear but still a nice reading copy, ; A-325.
Very Good. First edition. Very good first edition hardcover without dustwrapper. The book cover edges are lightly worn. The book spine and covers are faded. There is a nameplate inside front cover and there is a small amount of ink marking on front endpaper. The text is clean. Please Note: This book has been transferred to Between the Covers from another database and might not be described to our usual standards. Please inquire for more detailed condition information.
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