London: Hamlyn, 1970.
Illustrated profusely in black and white with some additional color images. Double-page frontispiece and title-page image, 51 pages of text. 4to, tan boards, d.w. (two large tears near spine, chipped on back, worn at edges). London: Hamlyn, (1970). A near fine copy-- minor bump at corner-- in a very good(-) dust wrapper.
Albrecht Durer was the first non-Italian able to absorb and make use of the techniques of the Italian Renaissance.
Dust Wrapper: Yes
Condition: Near Fine / Very Good(-)