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30 years of American printmaking, including the 20th National Print Exhibition / by Gene Baro
Bib ID 645171
Format BookBook
Author
Baro, Gene
 
Description Brooklyn : Brooklyn Museum ; New York : available to the trade only through Universe Books, [1976] 
160 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 22 x 27 cm. 
ISBN 0876632495
0872730581 (paperback)
Notes

Catalog of an exhibition held Nov. 20, 1976-Jan. 30, 1977.

Includes indexes.

Subjects Prints, American -- Exhibitions.  |  Printmakers -- United States.
Other authors/contributors Brooklyn Museum
Also Titled

National Print Exhibition

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Thirty years of American printmaking, including the 20th National Print Exhibition

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