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LITHOGRAPHY by  Emil Weddige - Hardcover - 1966 - from Riverwood's Books and


by Weddige, Emil

Condition: Very Good in Good dust jacket

PA: International Textbook Company. Very Good in Good dust jacket. 1966. Hardcover. Ex-library book with laminated cover & usual type markings. Internal pages clean & tight, moderate soiling/spotting outer edge of pages. Jacket under laminate has moderate rubbing & creasing , small tears to corners, 2" tear to rear jacket, scuffing to laminate. B/w & colour illustrations. Contents: The beginning of Lithography; American background, European scene, Artist and their work; The Studio; Equipment and materials; Some chemical reactions; Inks and related materials; Preparing the stone; crayon and tusche and others. ; 8vo; (*Note - due to heavy weight of book, there will be addt'l shipping charges) [1398] .


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