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Very Good. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. 285 pp. Tightly bound. Spine not compromised. Text is Free of Markings. No ownership markings. NOTE: There is a crease to the lower right corner front cover along with one light ding to the back cover.
Fine. 0 87846 473 5 Book------------Large softcover catalog for exhibition 1998-1999, at the Tate in London, at the National Gallery, Washington DC and and at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. 285 pages, profusely illustrated color and b/w. ------------FINE NEW CONDITION.
VG- Greenish pictorial wraps. 285 pp., 85 bw and 171 color plates. Another fabulous book on Sargent, who is instantly known for his portraits of high society. This book (published to accompany an exhibition at The Tate Gallery and elsewhere) presents and examines these portraits, and also much more. Lots of text, lots of wonderful color plates. Thisd edition has a different cover but the same text as the 1998 Tate edition.
Near Fine. Book. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. Perfect bound softcover exhibition catalogue with full-color stiff wrap printed throughout on gloss stock, plus laid in loose full-color gloss 12-page stapled exhibition brochure [5" x 10.5"]. Exhibition of Sargent's work travelled from The Tate Gallery in London, to the National Gallery in CD, and then to the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston over the period from October 15, 1998 to September 26, 1999. The brochure is from the Boston exhibition. Book is tight, clean and unmarked with very light rubbing to outer wrap. Media mail included. Please contact us for priority or international shipping. Ships in 24 hours in a cardboard box.
Fine. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. 285 pages, illustrated with 171 color and 85 b&w illustrations. "Sargent's name is synonymous with portraiture, but his dazzling images of the internal elite, which seem to define the age, are the expression of one aspect of a subtle and complex artistic personality. This catalogue is published to accompany the first major retrospective of Sargent's work since the memorial exhibitions following his death. It explores the breadth and sophistication of his achievement and addresses the Boston mural decorations, which preoccupied him for thirty years and were central to his conception of himself as an artist." FINE SOFTCOVER.
JOHN SINGER SARGENT. Very Good in None jacket. 285 pages. Softcover. Extensive color illustrations throughout by John Singer Sargent throughout. Includes precise chronology of Sargent's life. Clean, unmarked copy with only minor wear to wrappers. Record # 468726.
Very Good. First edition copy. Collectible-Very Good. Washington, D.C. : National Gallery of Art, 1999. NAP 1st edition. 4to. 286pp. English. B/W and color photographs. Near fine. Some light creasing to spine and top of back cover.
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