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48 col pp; 25 b/w illus. Good in J Very Good jacket. New York: Watson-Guptill. 1967. 4th Printing. H Hardcover. Good. G+/VG-Ex-Library. Mylar protected dust jacket. Binding a bit loose. Minor ink, tape marks and some moderate wear to unclipped dj. Some wear and tape marks to yellow cloth boards. Ink and soiling to page edges. The usual library stickers, stamps, tape, ink etcetera. Later printing, likley fourth printing in 1967 of the 1950 ediiton.
Fair Acceptable. jacket. 2nd Printing, 1968. Oversize hardcover with DJ. Ex-library copy, normal marks, stickers, stamps, and card holder. The DJ is in a library mylar cover and glued to the book. The binding is intact, the pages are tanned, some foxing, pencil notes and marks throughout. Tracking available on most domestic orders.
Very good in very good dust jacket. Dust jacket is slightly torn at top on spine, otherwise a clean book. Sewn binding. Cloth over boards. 176 p. Audience: General/trade. A comprehensive intro. to color principles or that shows how to put color to work to produce effective paintings.
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