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The History of British Art 1870 to Now

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Hardback, Very Good Clean dust jacket, slight creasing at top of spine to dustjacket only, otherwise to all intents and purposes book is as new.
Volume 3 of 3 published by YCBA and Tate Britain.
In this volume of 'The History of British Art', London emerges as a mid-point between Europe and America, drawing its influences from both, particularly from the avant-garde in Paris and New York. The book explores the impact of modernism on British art, along with the emergence of distinctly British counter-movements.The book includes both long and short essays by experts and over 150 illustrations. Heavy item so not shipped overseas.

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Author(s):
Edited by Chris Stephens
Condition:
Used: very good
ISBN-10:
1854376527
ISBN-13:
9781854376527
Publisher:
Tate
Title:
The History of British Art 1870 to Now

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Hardback, Very Good Clean dust jacket, slight creasing at top of spine to dustjacket only, otherwise to all intents and purposes book is as new.
Volume 3 of 3 published by YCBA and Tate Britain.
In this volume of 'The History of British Art', London emerges as a mid-point between Europe and America, drawing its influences from both, particularly from the avant-garde in Paris and New York. The book explores the impact of modernism on British art, along with the emergence of distinctly British counter-movements.The book includes both long and short essays by experts and over 150 illustrations. Heavy item so not shipped overseas.

Author(s):
Edited by Chris Stephens
Condition:
Used: very good
ISBN-10:
1854376527
ISBN-13:
9781854376527
Publisher:
Tate
Title:
The History of British Art 1870 to Now

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