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[Architectural History]. Scully, Vincent.

Architecture: The Natural And The Manmade; From the personal library of Robertson Ward, F.A.I.A.

St Martin's Press New York 1991 Quarto, pp 388. 500+ color and b/w architectural photographs on every page. Laid in with the original Dec. 29, 1991, New York Times book review and Mr. Wards notes on the newspaper.
A "comprehensive narrative of architecture through the ages," Vincent Scully writes only about architecture and buildings that he himself had seen and studied. It discussed the relationship of architecture with its setting, and "abounds in wonderful insights."


Edition: First edition
Binding: Cloth over Boards, w/gold embossed decoration, Dust Jacket
Condition: Very Good+ in good DJ
Book Id: 16990

Price: $0.00

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