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Brushes with History: Writing on Art from The Nation 1865-2001, Meyer, Peter G. (editor)
41 Brushes with History: Writing on Art from The Nation 1865-2001 Meyer, Peter G. (editor)
Very Good. 
Paperback. Brand-new oversize softcover 1st 1991 Thunder's Mouth Press / Nation Books. REMAINDER MARK at bottom page edge. Superclean and bright; no creases; never read. Gift-giving condition. 531pp, Index. Language: English. Introduction by Arthur C. Danto. 'The Nation magazine, since its founding in 1865, began what has become, for better or worse, art criticism as a cultural institution in the United States. This eclectic collection features contributors like Christopher Hitchens on degenerate art, Heywood Broun on the Artists Congress of 1936, Katherine Anne Porter on children's art, Marianne Moore on the death of Nation art critic Paul Rosenfeld, and Langston Hughes on Negro Art. The volume also includes contributions from many well-known artists: Stuart Davis, Marsden Harley, Alfred Stieglitz, John Marin, Kenyon Cox, Guy Pene Du Bois, Louis Lozowick, and Frank Lloyd Wright. Celebrated writers on art such as Bernard Berenson, Clement Greenberg, Lawrence Alloway, Hilton Kramer, Max Kozloff, John Berger, and Arthur Danto give readers first-hand accounts of the debuts of artists ranging from John Singer Sargent to Jackson Pollock and Willem deKooning as well as the famous lawsuit between John Ruskin and James McNeill Whistler (reported by a youthful Henry James), the destruction of Diego Rivera's Rockefeller Center murals and Richard Nixon's views on art. More recently writers like E.L. Doctorow and Katha Pollitt have weighed in on the recent culture wars over arts funding and free expression.'--from the publisher. 
Price: 17.00 USD
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Brushes with History: Writing on Art from The Nation 1865-2001, Meyer, Peter G. (editor)
42 Brushes with History: Writing on Art from The Nation 1865-2001 Meyer, Peter G. (editor)
Good. 
Paperback. Softcover 1st printing 1991 Thunder's Mouth Press. Cover/Table of Contents edges slightly damaged/dented. REMAINDER MARK at bottom. Superclean and bright; no creases; never read. 531pp, Index. Language: English. Introduction by Arthur C. Danto. 'The Nation magazine, since its founding in 1865, began what has become, for better or worse, art criticism as a cultural institution in the United States. This eclectic collection features contributors like Christopher Hitchens on degenerate art, Heywood Broun on the Artists Congress of 1936, Katherine Anne Porter on children's art, Marianne Moore on the death of Nation art critic Paul Rosenfeld, and Langston Hughes on Negro Art. The volume also includes contributions from many well-known artists: Stuart Davis, Marsden Harley, Alfred Stieglitz, John Marin, Kenyon Cox, Guy Pene Du Bois, Louis Lozowick, and Frank Lloyd Wright. Celebrated writers on art such as Bernard Berenson, Clement Greenberg, Lawrence Alloway, Hilton Kramer, Max Kozloff, John Berger, and Arthur Danto give readers first-hand accounts of the debuts of artists ranging from John Singer Sargent to Jackson Pollock and Willem deKooning as well as the famous lawsuit between John Ruskin and James McNeill Whistler (reported by a youthful Henry James), the destruction of Diego Rivera's Rockefeller Center murals and Richard Nixon's views on art. More recently writers like E.L. Doctorow and Katha Pollitt have weighed in on the recent culture wars over arts funding and free expression.'--from the publisher. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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Childs Gallery Works on Paper, Volume V, Childs Gallery
43 Childs Gallery Works on Paper, Volume V Childs Gallery
Good. 
Paperback. Slim softcover booklet with stapled binding, published 2003 by Childs Gallery, Boston. Average wear: faint crease to bottom left corner runs throughout. Clean and unmarked; pages bright; binding tight. 15 pages; color photos. Introduction by D. Roger Howlett, President. Language: English. Front cover shows Morning Light II, 1999 by Ben Norris; back cover painting by Alfred Mitchell. More than 50 watercolors, drawings, and pastels mostly by American artists of the 19th and 20th centuries, including Dodge Macknight, Charles Woodbury, Sally Michel, Ted Davis, Herbert Barnett, Gertrude Beals Bourne, W. Lester Stevens, Laurence Sisson, Natalie Hays Hammond, Henry Gasser, Ross Sterling Turner, and others. Prices are indicated. Keywords: art history, art market, landscape, realism, American Impressionist, Modernist, Regionalist. No ISBN. 
Price: 12.00 USD
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Choirs of Angels: Painting in Italian Choir Books, 1300-1500 (The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Winter 2009, Volume LXVL, No. 3), Boehm, Barbara Drake
44 Choirs of Angels: Painting in Italian Choir Books, 1300-1500 (The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Winter 2009, Volume LXVL, No. 3) Boehm, Barbara Drake
Good. 
Paperback. Periodical published 2008 for the 2008/09 winter season by the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Softcover with stapled binding; 11 x 8.5 inches. Noticeable average wear: several light creases to cover. Very clean; no marks; pages bright; binding tight. Great reading/research copy. 64 pages; large, handsome color photos (several are full-page); Notes; maps of Italy in 1400 and modern times. Director's Note by Philippe de Montebello. Language: English. Cover art: attributed to Cosme Tura, 'Initial A with the Assumption of the Virgin'. 'In conjunction with this publication, 40 of the most salient examples of Italian choir book illumination in the Metropolitan's collection [were] exhibited in the Medieval Sculpture Hall.'--p. 5. Keywords: art history, Middle Ages, musical, manuscript, illuminated, chant, music, notation, tempera, gold, ink, parchment, leaf, antiphonary, religious, monastery, Benedictine, Dominican, monastic, devotion. No ISBN. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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Disegno: The One Hundred and Eightieth [180th] Annual Exhibition, May 25 - July 3, 2005, National Academy
45 Disegno: The One Hundred and Eightieth [180th] Annual Exhibition, May 25 - July 3, 2005 National Academy
Very Good. 
Paperback. Softcover published 2005 by National Academy, New York. Light wear to cover: minor scratches, scuffs, rubbing to edges. Very clean; no mark or creases; pages bright; binding tight. Language: English. Essay by Nancy Malloy. Exhibition catalogue of works on the theme of disegno (sketch, plan, preparatory drawing, study) by 176 member artists of the National Academy. 216 pages; 254 color photos; brief biographies. Keywords: art history, contemporary art, 21st century, Academician, catalog. No ISBN. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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Folk Art of Czechoslovakia, Hasalova, Vera; Vajdis, Jaroslav
46 Folk Art of Czechoslovakia Hasalova, Vera; Vajdis, Jaroslav
0668035102 / 9780668035101 Acceptable. 
Hardcover. Large 'coffee-table' hardcover with dustjacket, published 1974 by Arco, NY. FORMER LIBRARY BOOK, now deaccessioned, with card pocket and inkstamps. HEAVY WEAR: Gloss coating on jacket is peeling; repaired jacket rip; edges worn and rubbed; light foxing and age-tanning to pages; spine loose but still holding. Text clean and unmarked. Good vintage reading/research copy only. 296 pages; Bibliographies; Map of Ethnographical Regions of Czechoslovakia; more than 200 photos, 64 in color. Language: English. NOTE: Large format-- cannot ship outside U.S. via Flat-Rate envelope; requires additional international postage. Discusses and illustrates ornamentation; utilitarian objects; architecture; textiles and embroidery; furniture; painting; sculpture; carving; religious objects; pottery; etc. Cover shows a wooden beehive with polychrome relief. Keywords: art history, traditional arts, primitive art, decorative, decoration, Czech, Bohemia, Bohemian, Slovakia, Moravia, European, Eastern Europe. 
Price: 45.00 USD
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Four Americans in Paris: The Collections of Gertrude Stein and Her Family, Gordon, Irene (editor)
47 Four Americans in Paris: The Collections of Gertrude Stein and Her Family Gordon, Irene (editor)
Good. 
Paperback. Softcover 1970 The Museum of Modern Art. Noticeable average wear. GIFT INSCRIPTION to previous owner on title page. Corners flared. Text clean and unmarked; pages bright; binding tight. Great reading / research copy. 173 pages; black-and-white and some color photos. Language: English. Contents: Foreword by John B. Hightower; Introduction by Margaret Potter; A World Beyond this World: The Discovery of Leo Stein, by Irene Gordon; The Michael Steins of San Francisco: Art Patrons and Collectors, by Lucile M. Golson; Matisse, Picasso and Gertrude Stein, by Leon Katz; Gertrude Stein and Juan Gris, by Douglas Cooper; The Cone Sisters and the Stein Family, by Ellen B. Hirschland; More Adventures, by Leo Stein; Portraits: Henri Matisse; Pablo Picasso, by Gertrude Stein; photos of 27 Rue de Fleurus; catalogue of exhibition. Keywords: art history, modern art, collector, expatriate, catalog, MOMA. No ISBN. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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Gallery Guide: Bosch and Flemish Painting of the 15th Century, Luaces, Joaquin Yarza
48 Gallery Guide: Bosch and Flemish Painting of the 15th Century Luaces, Joaquin Yarza
8495452219 / 9788495452214 Good. 
Paperback. Stated 1st edition small, slim softcover, published 2004 by Fundacion Amigos del Museo del Prado. Noticeable average wear: edges worn and rubbed. Clean and unmarked; pages bright; binding tight. Good reading/research copy. 71 pages; color reproductions; floor plan of the Prado Museum; Chronology; Bibliography. Small pocket guidebook to the Museo del Prado's collection of Flemish paintings from the fifteenth century, including works by Hieronymus Bosch, Roger Van Der Weyden, Robert Campin, Hans Memling, and others. Keywords: art, art history, artists. 
Price: 12.00 USD
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Gericault's Heroic Landscapes: The Times of Day (The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Winter 1990/91, Volume XLVIII, No. 3), Tinterow, Gary
49 Gericault's Heroic Landscapes: The Times of Day (The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Winter 1990/91, Volume XLVIII, No. 3) Tinterow, Gary
Good. 
Paperback. Periodical published 1990 by the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Average wear to covers and corners. Clean and unmarked; pages bright; binding tight. Glossy pictorial cover; 76 pages; color and black-and-white photos; Notes; Bibliography; List of Exhibitions. Director's Note by Philippe de Montebello. Language: English. Softcover with stapled binding; 11 x 8.5 inches. Cover shows detail of 'Evening: Landscape with an Aqueduct'. Bulletin published to celebrate the Museum's acquisition of that painting in 1989 and in conjunction with the 1990-91 exhibition that united publicly, for the first time, the 3 known panels of the series The Times of Day '(Aqueduct', plus 'Noon: Landscape with a Roman Tomb' and 'Morning: Landscape with Fishermen'. Discusses the history of these works and Gericault's brief, tempestuous career. Keywords: art history, European, 19th century, French, France, painter, Romanticism, nature, paysages. No ISBN. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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Gold of the Americas (The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Spring 2002, Volume LIX, No. 4), Jones, Julie; King, Heidi
50 Gold of the Americas (The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Spring 2002, Volume LIX, No. 4) Jones, Julie; King, Heidi
Very Good. 
Paperback. Periodical published 2002 by The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Softcover with stapled binding; 11 x 8.5 inches. Only light wear. Very clean; no marks or creases; pages bright; binding tight. 56 pages; many color photos; Notes; map. Director's Note by Philippe de Montebello. Issue is 'devoted to Precolumbian gold objects made in Mexico, Central America, and South America before the Spanish conquest... [A] brief, informative history of gold in the ancient Americas, highlighting many forms and techniques and the superb skill of the region's indigenous peoples before the colonial era.'--from p. 2. Language: English. Keywords: art, antique, collection, treasury, Jan Mitchell, Nelson A. Rockefeller, Alice K. Bache, gift, donor, bequest, Peru, Lambayeque, Panama, Colombia, cast, hammered, metal, metalworking, metalworker, ornament, jewelry, jewellery, pendant, mask, animal. No ISBN. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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Hans Prinzhorn und Arbeiten von Patienten der Heidelberger Klinik aus der prinzhorn-Sammlung, Jadi, Ferenc; Jadi, Inge
51 Hans Prinzhorn und Arbeiten von Patienten der Heidelberger Klinik aus der prinzhorn-Sammlung Jadi, Ferenc; Jadi, Inge
Good. 
Paperback. Softcover published 1986 by Prinzhorn-Sammlung, Heidelberg. Noticeable average wear: crease to front cover corner; light scratches. Text clean and unmarked; pages bright; binding tight; spine uncreased. 80 pages; color and black-and-white photos. Language: GERMAN / Deutsch. Essay by Ferenc Jadi. Foreword / Geleitwort by Werner Janzarik. Exhibition catalogue published on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the birth of psychiatrist and art historian Hans Prinzhorn. Artists include Alfred Kubin, Erwin Starre, Louis Leutz, Johannes Saur, Kaspar Hofmeiser, Joseph Maier, Ernst Bernhardt, Johann Faulhaber, Johann Knopf (Knupfer), Karl Moser, and others. Keywords: art, kunst, art history, katalog, catalog, outsider art, l'Art Brut, naive, mental illness, psychiatry, Prinzhorn collection, hospital, clinic. No ISBN. 
Price: 90.00 USD
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History as Nightmare (The Meanings of Modern Art series, Vol. 3), Russell, John
52 History as Nightmare (The Meanings of Modern Art series, Vol. 3) Russell, John
087070480X / 9780870704802 Very Good. 
Hardcover. Hardcover 1st edition published 1974 by The Museum of Modern Art, New York. No dustjacket, as issued. Light wear to covers: edges and corners rubbed. Text very clean; no marks; pages bright; binding tight. 48 pages; Selected Readings; black-and-white and color photos. Language: English. Cover art: Edvard Munch, 'Virginia Creeper'. Volume 3 of the series 'The Meanings of Modern Art'. NOTE: Oversize format ca. 10 x 10.5 inches-- cannot ship outside U.S. via Flat-Rate envelope; requires additional international postage. Essay on Symbolism and Expressionism. Artists shown include Gustave Moreau, Odilon Redon, Edvard Munch, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Gustav Klimt, Max Beckmann, many others. Keywords: art history, criticism, critic, 20th century, Symbolist, Expressionist, avant-garde. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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How Good Is Modern Art? (The Meanings of Modern Art series, Vol. 12), Russell, John
53 How Good Is Modern Art? (The Meanings of Modern Art series, Vol. 12) Russell, John
0870704893 / 9780870704895 Very Good. 
Hardcover. Hardcover 1st edition 1975 The Museum of Modern Art, New York. No dustjacket, as issued. Light wear to covers: edges and corners rubbed. Text very clean; no marks; pages bright; binding tight. 64 pages; Index; Series Index; Selected Readings; black-and-white and color photos. Language: English. Cover: Dan Flavin, 'Untitled (to Alexandra)'. NOTE: Oversize format ca. 10 x 10.5 inches-- cannot ship outside U.S. via Flat-Rate envelope; requires additional international postage. Essay discusses the radical changes in how new art is viewed and valued. Artists shown include Matisse, Dubuffet, Giacometti, Mondrian, Francis Bacon, Henry Moore, David Smith, Anthony Caro, many others. Touches on the major movements, including 1960s and 1970s Pop Art, Op Art, Minimalism, etc. Keywords: art history, modernism, criticism, critic, 20th century, avant-garde, Sixties, Seventies. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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I Am the Enunciator', Leigh, Christian (curator)
54 I Am the Enunciator' Leigh, Christian (curator)
Very Good. 
Paperback. Small slim softcover 1st edition / 1st printing, published 1993 by Thread Waxing Space, New York City. Very clean; no marks or creases; pages bright; binding tight. Only light wear. 88pp; B/W photos. Language: English. Stated limited edition of 1,000 copies. Catalogue of influential, notoriously jam-packed exhibition featuring over 100 top artists and directors. Includes 2 curatorial essays. Installation photos by John Berens. Scarce title. Keywords: catalog, exhibit, install, installed, group, show, curating, Soho, Manhattan, art, alternative, gallery, galleries, film, filmmaking, filmmaker, movies, cinema, independent, Hollywood, Hitchcock, direct, directed, direction, auteur, nineties, 1990s, pop, popular, culture, contemporary, visual, painters, sculptors, painting, sculpture, conceptual. 
Price: 90.00 USD
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I Bought Andy Warhol, Polsky, Richard
55 I Bought Andy Warhol Polsky, Richard
0810942712 / 9780810942714 Like New. 
Hardcover. 1st edition hardcover with dustjacket published 2003 by Harry N. Abrams. Very clean; no marks; pages bright; binding tight; appears unread. Gift-giving condition. 256 pages; Sources; Index (but no photos). Language: English. Cover shows 1986 'Self-Portrait' by Warhol. 'In 1987, art dealer Richard Polsky set aside $100,000 to purchase a painting by famed Pop artist Andy Warhol for his private collection --a process that ultimately took him 12 years. His journey, spanning the years from the wild speculation of the late 1980s to the recession of the 1990s, is recounted in this funny, fast-paced, intensely readable expose of the inner workings of the art world. Artists, gallery owners, auction houses, and collectors all play a role in this entertaining tale that illuminates not only Warhol the artist and his place in art history, but also the machinations and marketing that fueled his celebrity.'--from jacket flap. PLUS: Laid inside front cover is a fascinating 10-page article with photos, clipped from a 2010 issue of The New Yorker magazine, entitled 'Top of the Pops: Did Andy Warhol Change Everything?', by noted critic Louis Menand. Keywords: art market, art history, Warholiana. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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Immortals and Sages: Paintings from Ryoanji Temple (The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Summer 1993, Volume LI, No. 1), Onishi, Hiroshi; Oba, Takemitsu; Castile, Sondra
56 Immortals and Sages: Paintings from Ryoanji Temple (The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Summer 1993, Volume LI, No. 1) Onishi, Hiroshi; Oba, Takemitsu; Castile, Sondra
Very Good. 
Paperback. Periodical published 1993 by the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Light wear to covers and corners. Very clean; no marks; pages bright; binding tight. Glossy pictorial cover; 56 pages; color and black-and-white photos; plan and pictorial scheme; Notes. Director's Note by Philippe de Montebello. Language: English. Softcover with stapled binding; 11 x 8.5 inches. Bulletin preceded a special exhibition in the Arts of Japan Galleries. The true historical significance and high value of these initially unidentified Japanese painted panels was revealed as a result of conservators' repairs and curatorial detective work. Keywords: art history, Japanese, Asian, Momoyama period, figure painting, Chinese theme, fusuma, sliding, wall, Hojo, Zen, monastery, Kyoto, 17th, seventeenth century, rock garden, gold background, conservation, remounting. No ISBN. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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In Support of Liberty: European Paintings at the 1883 Pedestal Fund Loan Exhibition, O'Brien, Maureen C.
57 In Support of Liberty: European Paintings at the 1883 Pedestal Fund Loan Exhibition O'Brien, Maureen C.
Very Good. 
Paperback. Oversize softcover. New, unread, with minor shelfwear. B/W and color plates. Language: English. Keywords: Statue of Liberty. 
Price: 22.00 USD
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In the American Spirit: Realism and Impressionism from the Lawrence Collection, Hardin, Jennifer; Leeds, Valerie Ann
58 In the American Spirit: Realism and Impressionism from the Lawrence Collection Hardin, Jennifer; Leeds, Valerie Ann
Good. 
Paperback. Large softcover exhibition catalogue published 1999 by the Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg, Florida. Noticeable average wear: tiny creases to cover corners; light scuffs. Clean and unmarked; pages bright; binding tight. 86 pages; Bibliography; Notes; color and black-and-white photos; Collectors' Statement. Language: English. Foreword: Michael Milkovich. Cover shows 'Bass Rocks, Gloucester' by Gifford Beal. Laid in is an invitation to the private preview of the exhibition, with 'Francine' by Robert Henri on front. Paintings from the collection of Marion W. and Samuel B. Lawrence, including works by Childe Hassam, Joseph Decker, William Glackens, Robert Henri, George Luks, George Bellows, John Sloan, Leon Kroll, Everett Shinn, many others. Keywords: art history, catalog, American Impressionists, painter, New York realists, Ashcan School, Western, landscape. No ISBN. 
Price: 33.00 USD
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Inspiring Reform: Boston's Arts and Crafts Movement, Meyer, Marilee Boyd (curator)
59 Inspiring Reform: Boston's Arts and Crafts Movement Meyer, Marilee Boyd (curator)
0810963418 / 9780810963412 Very Good. 
Hardcover. 2nd printing hardcover with dustjacket 1997 Harry N. Abrams. Book is new and unread, but jacket has some store shelfwear to edges. Very clean; no marks; pages bright; binding tight. 247 pages; Index; black-and-white and color photos; Artists' Biographies. Essays by David Acton, Beverly K. Brandt, Edward S. Cooke Jr., Jeannine Falino, Nancy Finlay, Anne E. Havinga, Marilee Boyd Meyer, Susan J. Montgomery, Nicola J. Shilliam. Director's Preface by Susan M. Taylor. Language: English. Coffee-table book: 11 x 9 inches. NOTE: Oversize format; weight over 4 pounds; cannot ship outside U.S. via Flat-Rate envelope; may require added postage. '[A]n exhibition catalog from the Davis Museum and Cultural Center's centenary celebration of Boston's Society of Arts and Crafts, which sponsored the earliest exhibition of Arts and Crafts pieces in America in 1897. The Davis exhibit, which will also be at the Smithsonian, covers the years 1890-1930 and features 150 examples of furniture, ceramics, metalware, book art, prints, and very unique photography. More than 230 illustrations--40 in color--acccompany the catalog's ten essays, all written by specialists in the field. ... [H]ighly recommended for all art and architecture collections.'--Joseph C. Hewgley, Library Journal, 1997. Keywords: art, history, design, movement, catalogue, pottery, woodcarving, furniture, jewelry, making, metalworking, bookmaking. 
Price: 85.00 USD
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Islamic Glass: a Brief History (The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Fall 1986, Volume 44, No. 2), Jenkins, Marilyn
60 Islamic Glass: a Brief History (The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Fall 1986, Volume 44, No. 2) Jenkins, Marilyn
Good. 
Paperback. Periodical 1986 The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Softcover with stapled binding; 11 x 8.5 inches. Coffee-cup rings discernible on front cover. Text very clean; no marks or deep creases; pages bright; binding tight. Light wear. 56 pages; color and black-and-white reproductions (many full-page); Notes. Language: English. Director's Note: Philippe de Montebello. A brief historic overview, based on 92 exquisite objects in the Museum's collection, including vases, bottles, bowls, dishes, ewers, cups, lamps, tazzas, and beads. Keywords: ancient, glassware, glassmaker, Islam, Muslim, medieval, Middle Ages, Iran, Egypt. No ISBN. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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