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The Thames and Hudson dictionary of art terms / Edward Lucie-Smith
Bib ID 7252168
Format BookBook [text, still images, volume]
Author
Lucie-Smith, Edward
 
Edition 1st paperback ed. 
Description London ; New York : Thames and Hudson, 1988 
208 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm. 
ISBN 0500202222 ((pbk.))
9780500202227 ((pbk.))
Series

World of art.

Notes

Originally published by Thames and Hudson, London in 1984.

Includes bibliographical references (page 208).

Subjects Art -- Dictionaries.  |  Art.
Form/genre Dictionaries.
Also Titled

Art terms

Dictionary of art terms

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