American Paintings in the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

CALDWELL, John; RODRIGUES ROQUE, Oswaldo; SPASSKY, Natalie.

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Place Published: New York
Publisher: Metropolitan Museum of Art
Date Published: 1994

Description: 2 volumes: Volume 1: A Catalogue of Works by Artists Born by 1815, Volume 2: A Catalogue of Works by Artists Born between 1816 and 1845. Illustrated throughout in black & white. 628, 670pp. Thick 4to, cloth, edge-worn and slightly chipped d.w. (New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1994). A slightly edge-worn, but very good(+) set in very good(-) dust wrappers.

Comments: Published in association with Princeton University Press. Additional text by Dale T. Johnson, Linda Bantel, Doreen Bolger Burke, Meg Perlman, and Amy L. Walsh. Editorial work by Kathleen Luhrs, Carrie Rebora, Patricia R. Windels, and Jacolyn A. Mott

Jacket: Y
Binding: hardcover
Condition: very good(+)
ISBN: 0870992449
Language: English
Type: Books

Book ID: 239476


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