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Architects design birdhouses. [Exhibition, 23 May - 12 July 1987. Auction, 30 May 1987] for the benefit of The Parrish Art Museum. [Segna Mortimer, Deborah Nevins, co-chairmen; Robert C. Woolley, auctioneer]

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Architects design birdhouses. [Exhibition, 23 May - 12 July 1987. Auction, 30 May 1987] for the benefit of The Parrish Art Museum. [Segna Mortimer, Deborah Nevins, co-chairmen; Robert C. Woolley, auctioneer]

by Parrish Art Museum, Southampton (New York)

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Southampton (New York), 1997     ¶ ONLY EDITION of this unusual catalogue, presenting fifty-five birdhouses designed for the museum by Michael Graves ("Christopher's Wren House"), Charles Gwathmey, Richard Meier, Cesar Pelli / Diana Balmori, William J. Reese, Robert A. M. Stern, et al.  55 lots, printed estimates.   ||| Collation: In 32 (229 x 152 mm): Thirty-two leaves, paginated [1-64] (ie, not paginated).  Illustration: Fifty-nine halftone illustrations.  Binding: Color-pictorial wrappers.  Condition: As new.  Reference: OCLC 16527912.  Provenance: Deborah Nevins (b. 1947), June 1987.  < Subject headings: (1) Graves, Michael, b. 1934; (2) Meier, Richard, b. 1934; ______. >.

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Jay Dillon Rare Books + Manuscripts US (US)
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Title
Architects design birdhouses. [Exhibition, 23 May - 12 July 1987. Auction, 30 May 1987] for the benefit of The Parrish Art Museum. [Segna Mortimer, Deborah Nevins, co-chairmen; Robert C. Woolley, auctioneer]
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Parrish Art Museum, Southampton (New York)
Book condition
Used
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Paperback
Place of Publication
Southampton (New York)
Date published
1997
Keywords
Graves Michael 1934 The Parrish Art Museum Southampton New York Architects design birdhouses; Auction 30 May 1987 for the benefit of The Parrish Art Museum Robert C Woolley Southampton New York 1997   architecture architect architects United Sta
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