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Vanity Fair : an exhibition of original cartoons / introduction by Eileen Harris ; catalogue by Richard Ormond
Bib ID 2310046
Format BookBook
Author
Ormond, Richard
 
Description London : National Portrait Gallery, 1976 
2-31 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 0904017060
Notes

"Published for the exhibition held at the National Portrait Gallery from 9 July to 30 August 1976."

Subjects Caricatures and cartoons -- England -- Exhibitions.
Other authors/contributors National Portrait Gallery (Great Britain)

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