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136 B&W and color ill. Very good+, wraps (softcover) 144pp. ISBN 0896595951 "The Formation of the Nineteenth-and Twentieth-Century Collections of the Harvard University Art Museums." This book is a case study of the power of the modern movement in the arts. It shows how that movement left its indelible imprint on a rather conservative New England university, transforming its collection of visual arts, its architecture, and its view of the role of art in society.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. 144 pages. Purple cloth cover with embossed lettering to front cover and gilt lettering to spine, color illustrated dust jacket, 136 plates in full color and in b&w, with an essay by John Collidge, and a preface by John M. Rosenfield. Light wear to dust jacket; overall a clean, tight copy. Record # 805269.
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