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Marc Chagall

by Haftmann, Werner

Condition: Fine


Connecticut: Easton Press. Full Leather. 0810953412 128pp. A super copy of this edition published by The Easton Press as a Collector's Edition in full aqua blue leather. This is a concise edition of Werner Haftmann's Chagall, originally published in 1973. Numerous full page colour illustrations, being reproductions of Chagall's work with referencing and supportive text on the opposing pages. 46pp of sketches, drawings and prints and biography. Gilt embossed lettering to the front board and spine and all edges gilt. Silk page divider attached to the head of the spine. Fresh and clean. A fine copy. . Fine. 1984. 1st Edition Thus.




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