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Edward Hopper

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256pp. 2004. 1st Edition. Hardback. Good condition. DJ shows signs of shelf wear. Rubbing to edges of DJ. 1cm tear to top edge of front cover. 1cm tear to top edge of DJ on spine. Tear to edge of DJ on back cover (pictured). Hardback cover in good sturdy condition. Clean text throughout. No sunning or damage to pages.


Published to accompany a major retrospective exhibition, this book analyses Hopper's work in the context of both American and European painting from the turn of the twentieth century up until the 1960s. It also takes into account the influence of film and other popular cultural references.

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Author(s):
Sheena Wagstaff
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1st
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
1854375334
ISBN-13:
9781854375339
Publisher:
Tate

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256pp. 2004. 1st Edition. Hardback. Good condition. DJ shows signs of shelf wear. Rubbing to edges of DJ. 1cm tear to top edge of front cover. 1cm tear to top edge of DJ on spine. Tear to edge of DJ on back cover (pictured). Hardback cover in good sturdy condition. Clean text throughout. No sunning or damage to pages.


Published to accompany a major retrospective exhibition, this book analyses Hopper's work in the context of both American and European painting from the turn of the twentieth century up until the 1960s. It also takes into account the influence of film and other popular cultural references.

Author(s):
Sheena Wagstaff
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1st
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
1854375334
ISBN-13:
9781854375339
Publisher:
Tate

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