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Post-Impressionism

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Hardback First Edition published in 1992 by Studio Editions. Unclipped predominantly purple dust jacket in very good condition. Red cloth covered boards with black title on spine and front cover. Very slight wear to cover corners. Very clean and tightly bound with no inscriptions. Contained in a sturdy red card sleeve which is worn at the corners. A very good copy.

Impressionism revolutionised the nature of European painting giving a new importance to the individual vision, so that artists painted what they saw and felt, not what tradition dictated. But what did their successors make of this new emancipation ? Where did it all lead ?
This is the question to which the authors have addressed themselves in this book which reveals, with a clarity underpinned with precise but unobtrusive scholarship, what is in effect one of the most exciting periods in the history of modern painting.

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Author(s):
Parsons, Thomas & Gale, Iain
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
37.7 x 27.4 x 4.5 cms
Edition:
First, 1992
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
1851708618
ISBN-13:
9781851708611
Number of pages:
424
Publisher:
Studio Editions
Title:
Post - Impressionism

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Hardback First Edition published in 1992 by Studio Editions. Unclipped predominantly purple dust jacket in very good condition. Red cloth covered boards with black title on spine and front cover. Very slight wear to cover corners. Very clean and tightly bound with no inscriptions. Contained in a sturdy red card sleeve which is worn at the corners. A very good copy.

Impressionism revolutionised the nature of European painting giving a new importance to the individual vision, so that artists painted what they saw and felt, not what tradition dictated. But what did their successors make of this new emancipation ? Where did it all lead ?
This is the question to which the authors have addressed themselves in this book which reveals, with a clarity underpinned with precise but unobtrusive scholarship, what is in effect one of the most exciting periods in the history of modern painting.

Added value:
Rarely Available
Author(s):
Parsons, Thomas & Gale, Iain
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
37.7 x 27.4 x 4.5 cms
Edition:
First, 1992
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
1851708618
ISBN-13:
9781851708611
Number of pages:
424
Publisher:
Studio Editions
Title:
Post - Impressionism

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