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Canova: 18th-C. Italian Artist

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Canova: 18th-C. Italian Artist
Canova: 18th-C. Italian Artist
Canova: 18th-C. Italian Artist
Canova: 18th-C. Italian Artist
Canova: 18th-C. Italian Artist
Canova: 18th-C. Italian Artist

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Product Information

Era:
Vintage; 1910-1950
Condition:
Good; damage to dust jacket-see below.
Materials:
paper
Size:
12" L x 8.4" W x 0.4" H
Color/Finish:
white/black

Why We Love This

Antonio Canova a Possagno by Elena Bassi. Milan: Aldo Martelli, 1957. First Edition. 15 pages in Italian, 62 plates. Soft cover with dust jacket, Canova lived from 1757-1822 and produced an impressive body of work. These are examples of his sketches. Book has mild toning, owner's information front free endpaper. Dust jacket shows chipping and tears at top, some toning. Text in Italian.
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About librarylions

Julie Goldman has been collecting books all her life. As a child, she spent many days haunting the used book stores on 4th Avenue in NYC with her father. Most collectors become booksellers out of necessity, and Goldman began selling about 15 years ago. The library lions are the pair of stone lions who guard the New York Public Library. Their names are Patience and Fortitude. When you place an order with librarylions it will receive the attention and treatment it deserves.