VG+ in VG- jacket. Translated from the German byEwald Oxsers. Book is clean, tight and unmarked. The dustjacket has a closed tear along the edge, and a much smaller one on the base near the front corner. With 57 colour plates and 16 text illustrations. Dustjacket in protective mylar sleeve.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. Reprint, large square 4to, 143pp, colour photo illustrations, essay and biography from Baumer, translated Ewald Osers; VG+ Copy in VG+ DJ; NB This is a large heavy book well outside the preset postage tariffs; however for simplicity this item has been priced accordingly and no extra postage will be required unless buyer wants overseas sending. Overseas airmail, which includes Europe and the Republic of Ireland, would involve extra postage and would be expensive proportionate to the price of the book.
A hardback volume in Like New (Fine) condition, slightest of tanning to page margins only, in a Very Good or better dustjacket. This book is in stock now in our UK premises. Photos of most of our books are available-please ask, as dustjacket and cover illustrations vary and the pictures you may see are often not ours. Overseas buyers also note that shipping rates apply to packets of 1Kg and under, and should the packed weight of an item exceed this we reserve the right to ship via 'Econo.
Minor fraying of lamination on rear wrapper, otherwise Very Good. Laminated wrappers, 4to, 142 pp, many coloured plates. From the blurb: "Women. The subject dominated Klimt throughout his working life. He wove their sinuous lines into paintings to great decorative effect. Their beauty, delight in clothes and ornamentation, all satisfied his passion for colour and form. He came to express his own vision of society and artistic credo through his countless paintings of women. Though often representing women as oppressed or menaced, their gaze is invariably direct and free, fearless and open, for Klimt recognized both the constraints on women and their spiritual freedom. Life and death, ecstacy and despair-all these Klimt evokes in his paintings of women."
Very Good. Book. 11 1/2 By 11 1/2" 1st English Edition, Artist at the center of the new Helen Mirren movie Woman in Gold. Essay and Bio of artist. Slight edgeware and signs of age, full pg illustrations not damaged. No International or Priority.
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