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Henri Matisse / Texts by Jean Leymarie, Herbert Read [and] William S. Lieberman
Bib ID 1660666
Format BookBook
Author
University of California, Los Angeles. Art Council
 
Description Berkeley : University of California Press, 1966 
207 p. : illus. (part col) ; 31 cm. 
Notes

Organized by the UCLA Art Council and the UCLA Art Galleries.

Errata slip inserted.

"Catalogue of the Henri Matisee Retrospective of 1966, UCLA Art Galleries, January 5-February 27, the Art Institute of Chicago, March 11-April 24, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, May 11-June 26": p. [181]-207.

Bibliography: p. [173]-[177].

Subjects Matisse, Henri, 1869-1954.
Other authors/contributors Leymarie, Jean, 1919-2006  |  UCLA Art Galleries

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