Solid and unmarked, good exlibrary copy, nice jacket under mylar, mild wear. We take great pride in accurately describing the condition of our books, ship within 48 hours and offer a 100% money back guarantee.
Very good condition. Book. Octavo (8vo). 142 pages including a bibliography and an index. Hardcover binding with minor shelfwear. No dustjacket. Illustrated. Previous owner's notations on the endpapers, the but text is clean and unmarked. First edition.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. 7" X 10 " This is a collection of all of the significant writings on art of the Spanish philosopher; the essays, arranged chronologically, include Three Bacchanalian Pictures (1911), On Realism in Painting (1912), On the Artist's Viewpoint (1924); the last three essays, The Dehumanization of Art (1925), Introduction to Velazquez (1943) and Goya (1950) constitute Ortega's major contributions to the literature of art; includes an introduction by Philip Troutman of the Courtauld Institute and a section of 39 black & white reproductions of paintings by Velaquez, Goya, and others (olive green cloth with very slight edge wear; dust jacket, enclosed in mylar cover, has slight edge wear & closed tear; otherwise a bright, clean, tight copy; in stock & available for immediate shipment)
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