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Sun-warmed nudes.

by DE DIENES, Andre

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Los Angeles, CA: Elysium, [June, 1965]. 4to. [Approx. 200 pp (unpaginated)]. 100s of photos (numerous plates in colour). Colour-illust boards (slght wear, slight bumping head of spine), w/ d.j. colour photo cover art (minor chipping head of spine, scuffing upper back cover), NF/VG- copy. Second printing of this superb photo essay on the nude female figure by the famed photographer.
  • Bookseller: Zephyr Used & Rare Books US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 54645
  • Title: Sun-warmed nudes.
  • Author: DE DIENES, Andre
  • Book condition: Used
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Publisher: Elysium,
  • Place: Los Angeles, CA:
  • Date published: [June, 1965].
  • Keywords: Nudes, Nude Photography, Nudist Colony, Nudists, Erotica, Female Figure, art, Art History, Illustrated books, Andre De Dienes


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