Very good in very good dust jacket. Very Good + book in Very Good jacket. 190 p. Contains: Illustrations. The bottom edge is a bit worn. The jacket is slightly dirty and faded. The edges are slightly wrinkled.
NF/VG but art school ex-lib. with a few usual marks. Dust jacket is discolored at spine. Contents pristine. Black cloth/boards; gold lettering on spine. Pale aqua dj with color/bw illustrations and black lettering. xiv, 190 pp. with color and bw illustrations numbered by chapter. "Virginia Gardner Troy continues Albers's story beyond the Nazis' closure of the Bauhaus to her emigration to America, with her husband Josef, where she took up a teaching post at Black Mountain College. There Albers was able to build up a significant collection of ancient Peruvian textile art, now housed in the Josef and Anni Albers Foundation in Connecticut, U.S.A., and to establish an international reputation for her own textiles. Extensively illustrated, this book offers a fascinating insight into Anni Albers's work and the history of the re-evaluation of ancient skills and techniques in weaving."
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