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Art in California from 1916 Panama Pacific International Expo  

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Art in California. A Survey of American Art with Special Reference to Californian Painting, Sculpture and Architecture... Represented at the Panama-Pacific International Exposition.


San Francisco

R.L. Bernier



Essays by Porter Garnett, Willis Polk, Alma May Cook, A.B. Clark, Bernard Maybeck, and many others. Illustrated with many photographic plates and some line engravings. (4to), original linen-backed boards, front cover and spine label lettered in blind, top edge gilt, slipcase. First Edition.

An invaluable and exhaustive account of the development of art in California, with particular emphasis on its place in American art in general, on art and education and appreciation, and the paintings, sculpture, graphic art, murals, architecture, and landscape design displayed and the Panama-Pacific International Exposition.

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