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New York: Harry N. Abrams. Very Good in Good dust jacket. (1963). First American Edition. First Printing. Hard Cover. Publisher's full illustrated beige cloth, black lettering and decoration on spine, black decoration on cover. Profusely illustrated with 1250 illustrations, including 53 tipped-in color plates, and numerous photographs, drawings, and reproductions. This is the definitive analysis of Chagall's work, written by his son-in-law, Franz Meyer, a well-known art historian. [FREITAG 1578][LUCAS p133].. The book cover has slight discoloration at bottom of upper board, there is a short Christmas gift inscription on the fep, else fine; Unmarked, bright, clean, and tight. The unclipped dust jacket has a few small closed tears, else fine. In original cardboard slipcase. A large, heavy book (nine pounds) - additional shipping charges may apply. VERY GOOD+/GOOD.. Color and B&W Reproductions. 4to 11" - 13" tall. 775 pp .
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- Marc Chagall: Life and Work
- Meyer, Franz
- Marc Chagall
- Hard Cover
- Book condition
- Used - Very Good in Good dust jacket
- First American Edition. First Printing
- Harry N. Abrams
- Place of Publication
- New York
- Date published
- Art;, Art History;, Biography;, Catalogue Raisonne;, Monograph;, Marc Chagall;
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