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Author Name    Wiley, William T.

Title   Nothing Lost From the Original: William T. Wiley Looks at Art History

Binding   Stiff Wraps As Issued

Book Condition   Fine

Jacket Condition   Issued Without Jacket

Type   Book

Edition   First Edition

Publisher   San Francisco CA M.H. De Young Memorial Museum 1996

Seller ID   4216

32-page catalogue for an exhibition held January 10-April 7, 1996, with an essay by Robert Flynn Johnson and 20 plates. The theme, just as the title suggests, is Wiley's take on historically famous paintings and painters, not as jokey an effort as you might imagine---his "after Breughel" drawings are true. Fine in stiff wraps as issued.

Price = 40.00 USD


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