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New York: Leon Amiel, 1964 A nice clean tight book, no marks or signatures. Grey cloth covered boards with slight sunning to top edge, very little shelfwear. silver gilt titles on spine. Dj is complete but has chipping to edges. A great instructional book for the artist, well illustrated.
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- Westside Stories (CA)
- Bookseller Inventory #
- Perspective Drawing Handbook
- D'amelio, Joseph
- Cloth Boards
- Book condition
- Used - Very Good
- Jacket condition
- Quantity available
- First Edition
- Leon Amiel
- Place of Publication
- New York
- Date published
- Art Instruction Perspective
- 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall
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