The World of Giotto c.1267-1337
by Eimerl, Sarel
- Very Good+ with no dust jacket
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NY: Time-Life. Very Good+ with no dust jacket. 1967. First Edition. 1. Hard Cover. Quarter bound in publisher's red leather with beige boards, black lettering on cover, gilt lettering on spine, pictorial endpapers. Illustrated with b&w and color reproductions, many full-page. . The head of the spine has a tiny chip, else pristine, unmarked, tight, square and clean. In a FINE slipcase. VERY GOOD+. . Time-Life Library of Art Series. B&W and Color Reproductions. 4to 11" - 13" tall. 190 pp .
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- The World of Giotto c.1267-1337
- Eimerl, Sarel
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- First Edition. 1
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- Art;, Artists, Painting, Reference, Art History, Giotto, Sculpture
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