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Very Good. 225 p. Art Reference. . 100 illustrations. Surveys the full richness of Celtic art and discusses the settlements, social structure, cultural backgrounds, foreign contacts and the technological and spiritual developments that created it. The authors attempt to examine the art through the artists and their patrons.
Fine in Fine jacket. U.S.A. : St. Martins, 1995. Book. Fine. Hardcover. 1st.U.S. Edition. Fine Hardcover and Fine Collectible Dust Jacket Not Price Clipped NOT a library copy. Clean 223 pp. Color and b/w. From Pictish symbol stones to early Medieval Celtic jewelry in Wales. d Great color plates and Celtic art theories. Since 1977 wrapping first in brown paper to protect jacket. Great customer service.
Very good in very good dust jacket. 225 p. Art Reference. Audience: General/trade. People, places, objects and language, all are brought to us by what the authors understand by the word "Celtic". A scholalry but readable and well-illustrated book.
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