Pegasus und die Kunste [Pegasus in the Arts]
Brink, Claudia, and Wilhelm Hornbostel, eds. Pegasus und die Kunste [Pegasus and the Arts]. Munich: Deutscher Kunstverlag 1993. 282p, many ills. + 56 color pls. Very good hardcover in d.j. In German. ** A lavish scholarly study of Pegasus in fine and popular art through the ages, from Greek vases through Renaissance prints, astronomical works, French Symbolism, etc., up to the red Mobil flying horse. An excellent reference; many unusual works are here. Published to accompany a large museum exhibition. Heavy; shipping/handling may be extra. Bookseller Inventory # 10864
Title: Pegasus und die Kunste [Pegasus in the Arts]
Publisher: Deutscher Kunstverlag
Publication Date: 1993
Book Condition: Very Good
Dust Jacket Condition: Good
Edition: 1st Edition
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