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Earls of Creation - Five Great Patrons of Eighteenth-Century Art.

by LEES-MILNE, James

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Hamish Hamilton, London., 1962. First edition. Royal octavo. 285 pages. Black and white plates. A study of the aesthetic influence of Lords Burlington, Pembroke, Oxford, Leicester and Bathurst.Upper corner of rear cover a little bumped. Very good indeed in very good indeed dustwrapper, designed by Philip Gough, a bit nicked and creased at the edges.

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Bookseller's Inventory #
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Title
Earls of Creation - Five Great Patrons of Eighteenth-Century Art.
Author
LEES-MILNE, James
Book condition
Used
Publisher
Hamish Hamilton, London.
Date Published
1962
Keywords
art history architecture

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