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La Nature Morte

David Duncan

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La Nature Morte
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Product Information

Condition:
Vintage, antique, or gently used
Damages:
seven 1" tears on dust jacket, some repaired with scotch tape, 1" chip on dust jacket on front and spine at head, large chip on rear dust jacket at head, heavy edge wear and moderate soiling of dust jacket, light shading of interior pages at edges, corners lightly bumped
Format:
hardcover clothbound with paper dust jacket
Author(s):
Charles Sterling
Imprint:
Pierre Tisne, Paris
Year:
1959
Page Count:
158

Why We Love This

Reprint. French text. The classic study of still life painting from antiquity to modern times in the expanded and revised 1959 French edition. Includes 160 black and white plates and 40 hand-tipped color plates.

With its rich assortment of vintage textiles, lighting, unusual accessories, and estate pieces, David Duncan’s Manhattan antiques gallery has been a prized insider’s resource since its opening in 1990. Located in a brownstone on East 60th Street, its diverse selections range from 18th-century French objets d’art to 20th-century designs.