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Fine in Very Good jacket. Folio-over 12"-15" tall. Comprehensive classic text covers the obscure field of German panel painting in the 14th and 15th centuries, centered mainly in Nuremberg, Prague and Cologne; the age of Late Gothic art rich with individual expression despite its Itallian and Netherlandish influences. Includes sections on the royal court of Bohemia and its impact on art; the "soft style"; the great realists; the Hohenfurth Altarpiece; the regional schools of art; scholastic and mystical background; divergent mid-century trends; the netherlandish influences; Michael Pacher; Rueland Frueauf the Elder; Conrad Witz; Master Francke; etc. 168 pgs. Illustrated with72 reproductions in full color; 17 black and white plates; tipped-in. Prior owner's inscription on front endpaper. Minor rubbing to lower edge of front and rear boards. Dustjacket has a one-inch closed tear on top edge of spine and a small taped edge tear. In mylar. Heavy Item.
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