Titolo: Fernand Leger
Casa editrice: Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Abbeville Press,, New York, NY
Data di pubblicazione: 1982
Legatura: Red Cloth Hardcover
Illustratore: Photographic Reproductions
Condizione libro: Very Good DJ Not Clipped
Condizione sovraccoperta: Very Good Pictorial DJ
Edizione: Probable First Edition.
Tipologia articolo: Art Catalogue
pp.160. This Publication was prepared in conjunction with the exhibitions at Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, Musee des Beaux-Art de Montreal and Dallas Museum of Fine Arts in 1982. Contents: Leger and the French Tradition, Leger, Nonobjectivity and Purism, Leger and America. Catalogue of the Exhibition, Chronology, Selected Bibliography, Selected Exhibitions, Lenders to the Exhibition. Page 65 to 139 are color pictures. The rest of book has B/W pictures. Frontispiece is a picture of Leger. Cover is Reading 1924. Size: 11 1/4" Tall. Codice inventario libreria 001816
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