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Modern landscape painting; [translated from the Italian by P. S. Falla]
Bib ID 2594964
Format BookBook
Author
Santini, Pier Carlo
 
Uniform Title Paesaggio nella pittura contemporanea. English
Description London, Phaidon Press, 1972 
350 p. chiefly illus. (some col.). 29 cm. 
ISBN 0714815047
Notes

Translation of Il paesaggio nella pittura contemporanea.

Distributed in the U.S.A. by Praeger Publishers.

Bibliography: p. [61]

Subjects Landscape in art.  |  Painting, Modern -- 20th century.
Other authors/contributors Falla, P. S. (Paul Stephen), 1913-

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