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Epochs of Chinese and Japanese Art An Outline History of East Asiatic Design (2 Vols.)

Fenollosa, Ernest F.

Published by Frederick A. Stokes Co., NY
Used Condition Good Hardcover
From Friends of Otis Library (Los Angeles, CA, U.S.A.) Quantity Available: 1
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No date, printed in England. Plates and pages are all in very good shape. Typical library stamps and labels. Some minor shelf wear. Hinge paper on Vol 2 is beginning to crack. Bookseller Inventory # 000039


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Title: Epochs of Chinese and Japanese Art An ...

Publisher: Frederick A. Stokes Co., NY

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Good

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Seller Friends of Otis Library
Address: Los Angeles, CA, U.S.A.

AbeBooks Seller Since June 10, 2003
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We are an art college library raising funds for new purchases. All previous LIBRARY books offered for sale have been legally deaccessioned and will have library markings, stamps and labels. But we have many duplicate donations that we also sell. Books without library markings will be noted.

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Store Description: Otis College of Art & Design, formerly Otis Art Institute and Otis/Parsons, has been in existence in Los Angeles since 1917. The mission of the library has changed over the past 30 years and we no longer need many of the items in our Special Collections. We intend to offer a few hundred legally deaccessioned items to raise funds to purchase more appropriate books for our patrons.