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Figures and Objects: Recent Developments in British Sculpture by MICHAEL NEWMAN ISBN 13: 9780854322312

ISBN 10: 0854322310

Paperback; Southampton: John Hansrd Gallery, 1983; ISBN-13: 978-0854322312

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Figures and Objects: Recent Developments in British Sculpture

Figures and Objects: Recent Developments in British Sculpture

by NEWMAN, Michael - Kate Blacker, Tony Cragg, Richard Deacon, Anthony Gormley, Shirazeh Houshiary, Anish Kapoor, Jean-Luc-Vilmouth, Bill Woodrow, and Alison Wilding

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Southampton: John Hansard Gallery, 1983. First edition. Oblong softcover. Exhibition catalog for a group show that ran February through March 1983. Essay by Michael Newman. Kate Blacker, Tony Cragg, Richard Deacon, Anthony Gormley, Shirazeh Houshiary, Anish Kapoor, Jean-Luc-Vilmouth, Bill Woodrow, and Alison Wilding. Includes 14 color and black and white illustrations. A clean near fine copy in stapled wrappers.
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