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Zorn's Engraved Work A Descriptive Catalogue; Translated by Edward Adams-Ray

Asplund, Karl

Published by A.-B. H. Bukowski's Konsthandel, Stockholm, 1920
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(27) 452 (10) pages. 31 x 25 cm. Published 1920-1921. Limited edition, copy 152 of 325. 288 plates with descriptive text covering years 1882-1919. Updates Loys Delteil' work, and includes a number of states undescribed by Delteil. Ernest M. Lang, a critic called Zorn "first and last a realist, like Zuloaga and Sorolla. He was never a dreamer and never became sentimental." FREITAG 10505. Orig. wrappers bound-in, repair to Vol.1 wrapper. Navy cloth, red morocco spine labels printed in gilt. Very good. 2 vols. Bookseller Inventory # 18665


Bibliographic Details

Title: Zorn's Engraved Work A Descriptive Catalogue...

Publisher: A.-B. H. Bukowski's Konsthandel, Stockholm

Publication Date: 1920

Binding: Hardcover

Illustrator: Zorn, Anders

Edition: First edition.

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