112 pp plates; maps. Rubbed. Spine bumped. Good, 3ox22cm, xii, 176, (112)p, In a rubbed, chipped & torn dustwrapper. Bibliography: p.162-171. Contents: Preface; Byzantium was a World; Candia; Venice; Toledo; The Greek Diaspora; Sixteenth Century Émigré; A Library; Enigmatic Painte; Postlude; Catalogue of Illustrations;
Good in Good jacket. 176 pages of text plus appx. 112 pages of plates. Interior is very good and unmarked. Text and plates clean, decorative map endpapers unmarked. Dust Jacket has some wear. General rubbing and small marks overall, and small edge tears. Intact otherwise with some sun discoloring. 7-8.
Kelemen, Pal. EL GRECO REVISITED; CANDIA, VENICE, TOLEDO. NY: The Macmillan Company, 1961. 176pp., black and white plates, indes, bibliography, black and white illustrations within the text. 4to. Fine hardcover in Very Good d/j.
Dust Jacket Included. First Edition. Bookplate on half-title page, else a fine copy in original green cloth with slight top corner bumps in a near fine dj with some rubbing along extremities but, remarkably, no chips, no tears, and not price-clipped. Oversize, 176 pages of text, plus two large sections of b&w rotogravure illustrations.
Illustrated by B&W plates, end paper maps. Slightly scuffed & soiled, else VG. DW chipped, torn, worn, G.; Autographed. Note typed by author on letterhead paper, with ink signature. Bibliography. Index.; 176 + plates pages; Signed by Author.
Very good. 1st printing. xiv, 175pp. Quarto. Original mint cloth; minor shelf wear to board edges, some visible soil. Illustrated dust jacket; area of loss to crown, foot chipped, several closed tears to front panel, mended with tape. Corners show small chips, as does upped edge. Dust jacket in old plastic cover, taped to boards with adhesive. Illustrated endpapers. Illustrated with 112 B/W plates from reproductions. Text block clean, in very good condition despite dust jacket. very good Artist's monograph. A comprehensive, early work on the elusive Greek artist El Greco. Author Pal Kelemen provides a revolutionary new analysis of the artist and concludes that much of his early study was influenced by the Byzantine school rather than Rome as previously was thought. Includes an extensive catalogue, with full bibliography.
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