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The Discovery of the Art of the Insane by John M. MacGregor - First Edition - 1989 - from art longwood books and Biblio.co.uk

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The Discovery of the Art of the Insane

by John M. MacGregor

Condition: Fine/Near Fine


Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1989. cloth, hardcover in dust jacket., minor bits of wear to dj at spine ends. no other flaws or wear. no bumps, no writing or text or exterior markings, strong binding.; xix-390pp., 29 color plates, numerous b/w illustrations. classic, comprehensive work on subject.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Near Fine. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.




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