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Arnulf Rainer at the Abbazia Di San Gregorio, Venice 1986 by  R. H. (Curated by) Fuchs - Paperback - 1986 - from Whiting Books, IOBA and

Arnulf Rainer at the Abbazia Di San Gregorio, Venice 1986

by Fuchs, R. H. (Curated by)

Condition: Very Good

Vienna: Ulysses, 1986. Slight wear, wrinkling along edges of printed wrapper. Interior clean and bright. Selected works of the Austrian artist Arnulf Rainer. Includes essays in either Italian, English, or both by Rainer and Fuchs; a listing of selected one-man exhibitions by the artist; a brief bio of the artist; and 26 color plates of mixed media, including mixed media on photos, oil on photos, and oil on wood.. Soft Cover. Very Good.
  • Bookseller: Whiting Books, IOBA US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 00887
  • Title: Arnulf Rainer at the Abbazia Di San Gregorio, Venice 1986
  • Author: Fuchs, R. H. (Curated by)
  • Format/binding: Paperback
  • Book condition: Used - Very Good
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher: Ulysses
  • Place: Vienna
  • Date published: 1986
  • Keywords: Rainer Art Exhibition Venice 1986
  • Bookseller catalogs: Art: Exhibit Catalogs;
  • Subjects: ART / General; ART / History / Contemporary (1945-);


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