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The History of Impressionism

£25.00

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The History of Impressionism by John Rewald, published by the Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1946, distributed by Simon & Shuster, New York. Second Edition. Hardback with unclipped DJ. pp 481. DJ with colour print on front, black lettering to spine and back, with list of selected publications from The Museum of Modern Art, shows sign of wear and tear. Red cloth hardback with white lettering, some bumping to corners, endpapers have b/w map of Paris and surrounding area. B/W and colour plates, some foxing to top of pages.

Covers the period 1855 - 1886 and beyond, includes sources of illustrations, list of participants in various group shows, biographical chart, bibliography and index (with list of illustrations) and map of places where the impressionists worked.

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Author(s):
Rewald, John
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
255 x 195
Edition:
Second
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
481
Publisher:
The Museum of Modern Art and Simon & Schuster
Title:
The History of Impressionism

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The History of Impressionism by John Rewald, published by the Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1946, distributed by Simon & Shuster, New York. Second Edition. Hardback with unclipped DJ. pp 481. DJ with colour print on front, black lettering to spine and back, with list of selected publications from The Museum of Modern Art, shows sign of wear and tear. Red cloth hardback with white lettering, some bumping to corners, endpapers have b/w map of Paris and surrounding area. B/W and colour plates, some foxing to top of pages.

Covers the period 1855 - 1886 and beyond, includes sources of illustrations, list of participants in various group shows, biographical chart, bibliography and index (with list of illustrations) and map of places where the impressionists worked.

Author(s):
Rewald, John
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
255 x 195
Edition:
Second
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
481
Publisher:
The Museum of Modern Art and Simon & Schuster
Title:
The History of Impressionism

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