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Near Fine. Reprint of original 1943 edition. Quarto. 242 pp; 274 b/w plates; index. Paperback. Near Fine, a clean, unmarked copy; two corners with minor bends. The basic pioneer work on the Rococo style with special attention to its creation during the last years of Louis XIV and the Regency period. In Kimball's book, two neglected artists, Pierre Lepautre and Francois-Antoine Vasse emerge as two of the most original contributors to the Rococo style. The plates depict ceilings, mirrors, doors, panelling, cornices, cartouches, chimney pieces, etc. Arntzen P42.
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