Serrano En La Decada Del 60 (Serrano in the Sixties)
1ST EDITION, SIGNED/INSCRIBED BY AUTHOR - BOOK INCLUDES COLOPHON, ORIGINAL SLIP COVER Colophon located on rear end pages, states "primera edicion de 1.000 ejemplares" . Signature and inscription from author located in top right corner, title page, blue ink: "For William Shoemaker, on the occasion of his visit to Amherst, May 20, 1976" Slip Cover intact, includes creasing, chipping and fraying to pastedown of sculptor Serrano, which covers entirety of slip cover. Book in fine condition, barely used, includes interior tissue paper for various images. Beautiful collection of Spanish abstract sculptor's works throughout the 1960s. A unique collectors item for true fans. Photos available upon request. PLEASE NOTE: WEIGHT OF BOOK WILL AFFECT SHIPPING COSTS. Bookseller Inventory # JL-36
Title: Serrano En La Decada Del 60 (Serrano in the ...
Publisher: Madrid: Galeria Juana Mordo
Publication Date: 1969
Book Condition: Very Good
Signed: Signed by Author(s)
Edition: 1st Edition
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