THE WORLD OF GOYA 1746-1828

By: Schickel, Richard and the Editors of Time-Life Books

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Quarter bound in green cloth over grey boards, gilt lettering on spine, black lettering on front cover, decorated endpapers, grey slipcase. Illustrated with numerous color and B&W reproductions. The typeface employed in this book is called Janson, after Anton Janson, the Dutch typefounder who popularized it in Leipzig in the late 17th Century. The face was first cut, however, by Nicholas Kis, a Hungarian working in Amsterdam in the 1680s. The typeface employed in this book is called Janson, after Anton Janson, the Dutch typefounder who popularized it in Leipzig in the late 17th Century. The face was first cut, however, by Nicholas Kis, a Hungarian working in Amsterdam in the 1680s.. The volume is in excellent condition, unmarked, tight, square and clean. Heel of spine lightly scuffed, slipcase shows only mild wear, else fine. NEAR FINE. 4to 11" - 13" tall. 192 pp

Title: THE WORLD OF GOYA 1746-1828

Author Name: Schickel, Richard and the Editors of Time-Life Books

Illustrator: Illustrated by The Editors of Time-Life Books

Categories: Painting, Biography & Memoir, Art, Antiques & Photography, Art History,

Edition: 1

Publisher: NY, Time Incorporated: 1968

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Near Fine with no dust jacket

Seller ID: 3076

Keywords: Art; Goya Painting Art History Spanish painting Artists