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'Come, Take This Lute' A Quest for Identities in Italian Renaissance Portraiture

by Ramsden, E.H

Condition: New


Salisbury, UK: Element Books Ltd., 1983. First Edition. New. Size=6.5"x9.5". 84 B/W Illustrations. (full book description) Element Books Ltd., Salisbury, UK, 1983. 1st Edition NEW, w/Dust Jacket. Size=6.5"x9.5", 219pgs(Index). 84 B/W Illustrations. Brand NEW copy. Clean, tight & bright. No ink names, tears, chips, foxing etc. ISBN 0906540364 Has a COLOR Frontispiece. [Italian Renaissance; Renaissance Art; Italian Portraiture; Italian Art; Art History; NEW BOOK] SELLING WORLDWIDE SINCE 1987. WE ALWAYS PACK WITH GREAT CARE!


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