Florence: Pantheon/Casa Editrice, 1928.
Profusely illustrated with 200 handsomely printed full-page colotype plates, each with descriptive overlay. xvii, 35; xvii, 38pp of text. Short thick folios, bound in the original green cloth with attractive black and gilt-stamped spines. Designed by Officina Bodoni, Verona. Printed in Italy for the Pegasus Press. Firenze: Pantheon/Casa Editrice & New York: Harcourt Brace & Co., . First English language edition. A near fine copy, with ownership signatures of art historian Meyer Schapiro.
Volume I: Carolingian Period, with 88 plates. Volume II: Ottonian Period, with 112 plates. -Arntzen M-227.
Condition: Near Fine