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Very Good with no dust jacket Edition: May contain limited notes, underlining or highlighting that does affect the text. Find Rare Books Book Value. In Biographisches Handbuch deutschsprachiger Kunsthistoriker im Exil: Book near fine with handsome boards showing slightest rubbing, binding tight, text clean and unmarked with faint soil to edges of text block.
Tape repairs on lower edge and lower leading corner of rear jacket.
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Michelangelo by Tolnay, Charles De
Chicago, The University of Chicago Press, “. Showing best matches Show all copies. This page was last edited on 30 Marchat Spine creases, wear to binding and pages from reading.
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Sign up to receive offers and updates: Jonathan Grobe Books Published: Ernst Manheim, Soziologe und Anthropologe. Retrieved from ” https: DJ has some small rips and tears and creases and is heavily yellowed from age.
Tolanyhe immigrated to the United States, where he became a citizen inworking at the Institute for Advanced StudyPrinceton, New Jerseyfor some years. Volume three only of five. Rather dirty dust jacket with a few creases and one or two nicks and bumps.
Wilkins, “Of the many specialists resident at the Institute for Advanced Study, probably none is a more tireless investigator than Charles de Tolnay, Hungarian-born authority on Renaissance art. Plus plates; tolany. Row by Row Bookshop Published: Thanks to his extraordinary energy, Dr.
Inhe began studying art history and archaeology as Karl Tolnai in Germany, first at the University of Berlin under Adolph Goldschmidtthen at the University of Frankfurt under Rudolf Kautzsch. He then moved to Rome, where he did much research at the Bibliotheca Hertziana.
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Second Story Books Published: Later printings of the second, revised edition. In he made a hundred-day journey to Italy, visiting Florence and Rome, where he was struck by the art of Michelangelo.