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J.- S. Duplessis, peintre du roi, 1725-1802. (Publication de l'Academie de Vaucluse)

by Belleudy, Jules

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A Chartres: De l'imprimerie Durand,, 1913. first edition, Number 246 of 250 copies; large quarto, [iv], 359 pp., 25 plates; later quarter morocco lightened at spine with a few scuffs and two spots of discoloration where the foil for the lettering was mishandled, small leather book label of John Connly Walsh, light general age toning to interior, sound and overall very good
  • Bookseller: Zubal Books US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: ZB847057
  • Title: J.- S. Duplessis, peintre du roi, 1725-1802. (Publication de l'Academie de Vaucluse)
  • Author: Belleudy, Jules
  • Book condition: Used
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Publisher: A Chartres: De l'imprimerie Durand,
  • Date published: 1913
  • Keywords: French art, PKB


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