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Handbook of Painting, the Italian Schools

by Eastlake, Sir Charles L

Condition: Good

Jan 01, 1869. Hardcover. Good. [Complete 2 Vol. Set] London: John Murray, 1869. Hardcovers issued without dust jackets. "New Edition" 613 pages total (vol. 1: xxx, 272; vol. 2: 310 [#'ed; 273-583]) illustrated throughout with b/w engravings. Cream-colored cloth boards with paper title labels on spines. With 150 illustrations from the works of the old masters, drawn on wood by George Scharf jun., including a fold out plate of the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel to rear of Part II. Boards are soiled with spine strips toned, slight wear to spine ends, a bit of loosness to bindings, 19th c. ownership sig., else a sound set in presentable condition. NOT EX-LIBRARY. (front r.s)
  • Bookseller: gStrum US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 13-PZ5I-GF67
  • Title: Handbook of Painting, the Italian Schools
  • Author: Eastlake, Sir Charles L
  • Format/binding: Hardcover
  • Book condition: Used - Good
  • Quantity available: 1
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Date published: Jan 01, 1869
  • Product_type: 1


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