About this item
The exciting life of Vladimir Tretchikoff, a Russain brought up in Manchuria who was captured and imprisoned by the Japanese during World War II and later became a famous artist whose lithographs were said to outsell the Mona Lisa and were hung in millions of homes. First edition 1973, many photographs relating to his lefe and his work such as the "Chinese Girl". Grey cloth binding, pictorial d/w. Signature of previous owner, otherwise book in clean, sound condition. D/w has edge wear, small tears at corners, price clipped, typo on blurb corrected in pen.
- Tretchikoff Vladimir
- Used: good
- First 1973
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