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Robert Mapplethorpe by  Richard (Robert Mapplethorpe) MARSHALL - Hardcover - 1990 - from Jeff Hirsch Books, ABAA and Biblio.com

Robert Mapplethorpe

by MARSHALL, Richard (Robert Mapplethorpe)

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New York and Boston, MA: Whitney Museum of American Art/ New York Graphic Society, 1990. Hardcover. Fifth printing. 216 pages. A terrific monograph with 45 color and 85 duotone illustrations that features essays by Richard Howard and Ingrid Sischy. A tight near fine copy with a remainder mark to the top of the page edges in an about very good dust jacket that as some minor edge wear and a couple of edge tears to the top of the front panel.




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