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Rudiments of Connoisseurship: Study and Criticism of Italian Art (Schocken paperbacks)

by Bernard Berenson

Condition: Good+


Schocken Books, January 1962. Trade Paperback. Good+. used trade paperback edition. rubbing, scuffing, soiling and faint sunning to wraps; bumping to edges and corners; faint creasing to top edge of front cover; remainder mark to bottom edge. previous owner's ink name to half-title page. pages are clean and unmarked. binding is tight.


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