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Tatline

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Product description

A very good clean copy complete with colour but with slight dint to top edge of some pages. The Vladimir Evgrafovitch Tatline 1885 - 1953 work of was so well known in the 1920s that his name was symbolic of this type of art. This book tries to reveal the personality of this iconic the artist and to put in chronological order his most significant works. This monograph is also the history of this momentous time in modern art.

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Author(s):
Larissa Jadova
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
340 x 265 x 50mm
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-13:
9782904057323
Number of pages:
554
Publisher:
Philippe Sers
Title:
Tatline

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A very good clean copy complete with colour but with slight dint to top edge of some pages. The Vladimir Evgrafovitch Tatline 1885 - 1953 work of was so well known in the 1920s that his name was symbolic of this type of art. This book tries to reveal the personality of this iconic the artist and to put in chronological order his most significant works. This monograph is also the history of this momentous time in modern art.

Author(s):
Larissa Jadova
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
340 x 265 x 50mm
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-13:
9782904057323
Number of pages:
554
Publisher:
Philippe Sers
Title:
Tatline

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