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VG. Color wraps. xiii, 127 pp. 30 color, 41 bw repros. This book contains a lot of original research. Very detailed selected references, index. Full page plates make this a very handsome publication. Gentilz' painting career extended from the 1840's up until his death in 1906 in San Antonio. Truly an exceptional individual, he captured many of the early genre scenes of Texas on canvas and was well known in his time.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. Folio-over 12"-15" tall. Many of Theodore Gentilz's (1820-1906) previously unpublished paintings are presented in this volume which is the first to examine his work as a cohesive whole and to place it in historical context. Tall green boards with gold-color lettering on spine, xiii, 127 pp., 60 plates, 11 figures, illustrated jacket. Minimal shelf wear, brief gift note dated 1978 on front free endpaper, text is bright and clean, tight binding, price-clipped jacket with slight wear at top of spine.
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