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JACKSON POLLOCK: DRAWING INTO PAINTING. by  Bernice Rose - Paperback - (1980) - from Parnassus Book Service and


by Rose, Bernice

Condition: Very Good/No jacket

New York:Harper & Row, (1980). soft cover. Very Good/No jacket. New York:Harper & Row. (1980). 96pp. Includes 2 fold-out plates. Illustrated. Wraps. Light soiling of wrappers, otherwise a very good, tight, clean copy. FB015


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