Very Good. Used trade paperback edition. lightly shelfworn, corners perhaps slightly bumped. pages and binding are clean, straight and tight. there are no marks to the text or other serious flaws. used trade paperback edition. lightly shelfworn, corners a bit bumped, some creasing/scuffing/wear to covers. binding is straight and tight with no marks to text or other serious flaws.
Very good(+) Many full color illustrations throughout. 408 pages. Thick 4to, glossy pictorial wrappers (minor edgewear). New Haven: Yale University Press, 1991. First softcover edition. A very good(+) copy.
VG-(Slight wear to extremities of wraps; may have small sticker on back cover. ) Dark blue and color illus. wraps; 408 pp.; Profusely illustrated with color and bw plates, maps, and figures. "The collection of Early Renaissance painting in the National Gallery in London is one of the finest and most comprehensive in the world. This book provides a survey of European painting between 1260 and 1510, in both northern and southern Europe, based largely on the National Gallery colleciton, and is at the same time a stimulating and authoritative guide to the paintings in the Gallery." (back cover) The annotated and illustrated catalogue presents 69 specific pieces.
Good. 4to-over 9¾-12" tall 408pp. Good softcover with extremely slight signs of wear. Extensively illustrated in color and black and white. A three pages were found very slightly soiled near the bottom edge.
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