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Looking at Modern Painting

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Looking at Modern Painting

by LEONARD FREEDMAN (EDITOR)

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W.W. Norton, December 1961. Paper Back Paper Back. Good. Used - good. Oversize, covers discolored, lightly scuffed, spine creased; interior bright and clean, 24 color plates, numerous black and white. 140 pp.

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Eighth Day Books US (US)
Bookseller's Inventory #
20071213129953
Title
Looking at Modern Painting
Author
LEONARD FREEDMAN (EDITOR)
Format/binding
Paper Back Paper Back
Book condition
Used - Good
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1
Publisher
W.W. Norton
Date Published
December 1961

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