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Titolo: The Computer in Art
Casa editrice: Studio Vista Ltd, London, England
Data di pubblicazione: 1971
Legatura: Blue Cloth Hardcover
Illustratore: B/W Photos, Diagrams, Drawing, Patterns, Etc.
Condizione libro: Near Fine
Condizione sovraccoperta: No Dust Jacket
Edizione: First Edition.
Tipologia articolo: Art & Design Skills
Printed and bound in Netherlands. No marks in the book. Corners are not rubbed. Paste-on cover graphic is very good and not shelf rubbed. Subjects covered: The whereabouts of computer art, pp. 96. Computer graphics, The exponents of computer graphics, Computers in art educatio, Assessments of computer graphics as an art form, Computer generated films, Computer Technique Group, Computer-aided art, The effect of the computer on the arts, Computer art in context; comments at large. Size: 7 7/8" tall. Codice inventario libreria 003022
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