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The Mystic North: Symbolist Landscape Painting in Northern Europe and North America 1890-1940 by  Roald Nasgaard - Paperback - 1984 - from Mullen Books, Inc. ABAA / ILAB and Biblio.com

The Mystic North: Symbolist Landscape Painting in Northern Europe and North America 1890-1940

by Nasgaard, Roald

Condition: G. Evident cover edge wear. Sunned along spine. Damp stain along bottom edge of some beginning pages and bottom page edging. Nam


Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1984. Paperback. G. Evident cover edge wear. Sunned along spine. Damp stain along bottom edge of some beginning pages and bottom page edging. Name in pen on first page (Peter Falk). Minor pencil underlining and marks.. Deep plum wraps with ivory lettering and color illustration. x; 253 pp. 161 figures in BW and color. Catalogue of an exhibition held in Toronto January 13-March 11, 1984 and Cincinnati Art Museum March 31-May 13, 1984.


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