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Realism, Rationalism, Surrealism: Art Between the Wars by  Paul  David / Wood - Paperback - First Trade Paperback - 1993 - from West Side Book Shop, ABAA and Biblio.com

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Realism, Rationalism, Surrealism: Art Between the Wars

by Fer Briony / Batchelor, David / Wood, Paul

Condition: Near Fine


New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 1993. First Trade Paperback. Trade Paperback. Near Fine. Quarto. iv + 342 pp, preface, 4 Part-Chapters, each with illustrations & references, index. Chapter 1 - This Liberty and This Order: Art in France after the First World War (David Batchelor), Chapter 2 - The Language of Construction (Briony Fer); Chapter 3 - Surrealism, Myth, and Psychoanalysis (Briony Fer); Chapter 4 - Realisms and Realities (Paul Wood). 300 plates, many in color. Two black marker lines on ffep, else Binding tight, pages clean and unmarked, wraps New Fine. . 7.6" x 10.2" illustrated wraps.


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