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The sun in art : sun symbolism of past and present, in pagan and Christian art, popular art, fine art and applied art = Die Sonne in der Kunst : Sonnensymbole aus Vergangenheit und Gegenwart, in der vorchristlichen und christlichen, in der freien und angewandten Kunst = Le soleil dans l'art : symboles du soleil du passe a nos jours, paiens ou chretiens, tires du folklore, des beaux-arts et des arts appliques / editor, Walter Herdeg
Bib ID 2017196
Format BookBook
Description Zurich, Switzerland : W. Herdeg, Graphis Press, c1962 
156 p. : ill. (some col.), col. maps ; 31 cm. 
Notes

Parallel texts in English, French and German.

Subjects Sun in art.
Other authors/contributors Herdeg, Walter, 1908-
Also Titled

Sonne in der Kunst

Soleil dans l'art

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