Good in Good jacket. Ex-Library. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Stated First Printing. Clean pages with no markings except the normal library markings and attachments. Some soiling on the bottom edge of the covers. The dust jacket is enclosed in a clear plastic cover and is taped to the book.
USED....Hardcover(NO DUST JACKET), good condition, outside cover shows age related minimum too tolerable signs of use, Main Text and Pages of Main Text in good to very good condition. Outer Binder in good condition, Inner Binder in good condition. No Dust Jacket! ! ! ! , . Main Text and Pages of Main Text in good condition. No signs of water damages, No signs of writing, No signs of underlining, No signs of markings, and No signs of highlighting. Pages very readable. Good Hardcover.
B&W illustrations. Very good w/good dustjacket (hardcover) 186pp. Illustrated with more than fifty photographs, this entertaining narrative discusses all the major American artists and architects of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. It is a lively account of the changing pattern of American taste over a 250-year period which shows how the development of visual arts reflected the political and socioeconomic attitudes of the American people, from the Puritans to the Victorians.
Near Fine in Near Fine jacket. Book NOT ex-library. Pictorial beige bds. Pub's sturdy binding. Small sticker ghost FEP. No names, clean text. Near-perfect dust jacket. Index, bibliography, many b/w photos, repros. For children 35965 shelf.
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