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Childe Hassam: An American Impressionist

by Adelson, Warren; Cantor, Jay E.; Gerdts, William H

Condition: As New

Adelson Galleries, Inc. / Meredith Long & Company. As New. 1999. First Edition; First Printing. Soft Cover. As New. ; 95 full page color plates. With essays by Warren Adelson, Jay E. Cantor & William H. Gendts. Published on the occasion of the exhibitions at the Adelson Galleries, NY, November 2 - December 15, 1999, and at Meredith Long & Co. Houston, January 11 - February 5, 2000. ; Tight, clean and crisp. The book appears unread and looks New. No inscriptions. No remainder mark. Not ex-library. As New. ; 4to; Unpaginated pages .


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