Fair. 0295971614 Fair. Moderate shelf wear to covers/corners. Light to moderate water damage with resulting ripple and discoloration to pages. Trade paperback binding. Support Last Word Books & Press and independent booksellers.
72pp, (8.5 x 11 inches), color illustrations, bibliography, artists' resumes. Ex-Library in wrappers (soft cover). Spine label and labels on back cover, stamping on last blank page only, no evidence of a pocket. Spine is reinforced with wide clear tape. Covers worn, scratched, edges rubbed. Contents clean and tight, no markings to pages. Twenty artists, each one with a full page color plate facing a description and appreciation of the piece, and a few details about the artist.
Various Photographers. Very Good. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. Illustrated throughout with color art reproductions. Pages  clean, unmarked, binding tight and square. Covers clean, colors bright, a little edge and general wear. Media Mail, US Priority & some International Priority shipping include free tracking information.
Very Good. 0295971614 Ruffner, Ginny. Glass: Material in the Service of Meaning. Glowen, Ron. Seattle: Tacoma Art Museeum, 1991. 72pp. Illustrated. 4to. Paperback. Book condition: Very good. Slight shelf wear. Former library book with stickers on front cover and front end sheet and stamps on front end sheet.
First edition. Softcover. 72 page. Exhibition catalog for a show that ran November 2, 1991 through January 26, 1992. Introduction by Ginny Ruffner. Essays by Ron Glowen and Kim Levin. Includes numerous color illustrations. A very good plus copy in wrappers with some very minor wear.
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