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History of Sculpture, 800BC-Today - $ vols.

£35.00

Product description

Used but in VGC, no slipcase. Maroon cloth hardbacks. Color & B&W photos.

This four-volume work examines 25000 years of sculpture, from ancient to modern times. Attention is paid to the changes both in the way the sculpted objects are presented and in the materials and techniques used. Sculptures covered range from "Venus de Milo" to Damien Hurst's "Shark in a Tank".

Vol I: The Great Art of Antiquity from the Eighth Centruy BC to the Fifth Century AD, 253 pp.
Vol II: The Great Art of the Middle Ages from the Fifth Century to the Fifteenth Century, 318 pp.
Vol III: The Great Tradition of Sculpture from the Fifteenth Century to the Eighteenth Century, 311 pp.
Vol IV: The Adventure of Modern Sculpture in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries, 323 pp.

Item details

Author(s):
Various authors
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
34 x 25.3 cm
Edition:
1986-1996
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
3822885568
ISBN-13:
9783822885567
Number of pages:
1212
Publisher:
Taschen
Title:
History of Sculpture, 800BC-Today - $ vols.

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Used but in VGC, no slipcase. Maroon cloth hardbacks. Color & B&W photos.

This four-volume work examines 25000 years of sculpture, from ancient to modern times. Attention is paid to the changes both in the way the sculpted objects are presented and in the materials and techniques used. Sculptures covered range from "Venus de Milo" to Damien Hurst's "Shark in a Tank".

Vol I: The Great Art of Antiquity from the Eighth Centruy BC to the Fifth Century AD, 253 pp.
Vol II: The Great Art of the Middle Ages from the Fifth Century to the Fifteenth Century, 318 pp.
Vol III: The Great Tradition of Sculpture from the Fifteenth Century to the Eighteenth Century, 311 pp.
Vol IV: The Adventure of Modern Sculpture in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries, 323 pp.

Author(s):
Various authors
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
34 x 25.3 cm
Edition:
1986-1996
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
3822885568
ISBN-13:
9783822885567
Number of pages:
1212
Publisher:
Taschen
Title:
History of Sculpture, 800BC-Today - $ vols.

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