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Paris Barcelone de Gaudi à Miró

Steiker Arts

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Era:

Contemporary

Condition:

Excellent

Country of Origin:

France

Materials:

hardcover

Size:

9" L x 12" H

Color/Finish:

multi

Why We Love This

Paris Barcelone de Gaudi à Miró. Paris: Reunion Des Musees Nationaux, 2001. First Edition. 669 pages plus list of artwork and bibliography. Hardcover. Text in French. Extensively illustrated in color and black and white. Includes sections on art from 1888-1938 including: Catalan literature, Guimard and Gaudi, Pablo Picasso, Cubism, Auguste Rodin, Surrealism, Joan Miró, Salvador Dalí and much more.
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Why We Love This

Paris Barcelone de Gaudi à Miró. Paris: Reunion Des Musees Nationaux, 2001. First Edition. 669 pages plus list of artwork and bibliography. Hardcover. Text in French. Extensively illustrated in color and black and white. Includes sections on art from 1888-1938 including: Catalan literature, Guimard and Gaudi, Pablo Picasso, Cubism, Auguste Rodin, Surrealism, Joan Miró, Salvador Dalí and much more.

About Steiker Arts

Steiker Arts was founded in 2007 by Alex Steiker. Our goal is to offer affordable yet elegant works of art and decorative items for your home and design needs. Our unique pieces are carefully chosen and varied, and we do our best to create a selection from an eclectic mix of 20th-century design.