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The Romantic Rebellion

Antique & Art Exchange

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The Romantic Rebellion
The Romantic Rebellion
The Romantic Rebellion
The Romantic Rebellion

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Product Information

Era:
Vintage
Condition:
Good; some general shelf wear
Materials:
hardcover
Size:
10" L x 7" W
Color/Finish:
multi

Why We Love This

The Romantic Rebellion: Romantic Versus Classic Art by Kenneth Clark. New York: Harper and Row, 1973. First Edition. Hardcover with dust jacket. Leading art historian, Kenneth Clark, explores the styles, works, and lives of thirteen painters, sculptors, and architects ranging from David to Rodin, illuminating a major formative period in the history of art.
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About Antique & Art Exchange

San Francisco’s Antique & Art Exchange was founded in 1995 by Keith Dieterich and Howard Settle. The shop was an immediate success, promptly credited by design legend Tony Hail in a Town & Country article as having "practically nothing ugly." Today its clientele boasts heads of state, politicians, billionaires, writers, artists, celebs, dealers, and (naturally) designers, all of whom flock to the Design District showroom to shop for antiquities, modern pieces, and everything in between.