Very Good. The Culture of Neurasthenia in Nineteenth-Century America. 85 pp., 4to. Flexible softcover. Profusely illustrated w/ art. Light shelfwear to covers; slight scuffing to rear cover. Binding tight. Some very light soiling scattered to mostly clean & crisp textblock.
VG (Few marks from previous gallery owner; otherwise Like New. ) Color illustrated wraps. 85 pp., 45 figures and illustrations, including 8 large color plates. Issued in conjunction with a 2004-2005 exhibition focusing on eight paintings lent to the Cantor Center for Visual Arts by the Smithsonian. An interesting topic of American women and "nervousness, " thoughtfully presented and explored. With essays by Wanda M. Corn, Katherine Williams, Zachary Ross, Kathleen Spies, Amanda Glesmann, and Claire Perry.
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