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Paris Montmartre: A Mecca of Modern Art 1860-1920.
by [Modern Art] Buisson, Sylvie and Christian Parisot.

Publisher Information:
Terrail, Paris: 1996.

Original Wraps. A Near Fine copy of this paperback original. This is a large paperback in self wraps. Between 1860 and 1920 artists flocked to Montmartre, transforming it into a cultural mecca that left an everlasting impression on the world of art. Over 150 full-color photos, paintings, drawings and posters tell the amazing story of such celebrated artists as Degas, Picasso, Gauguin, Van Gogh, and others, emphasizing their creativity and how it evolved in the magical atmosphere of Montmartre.


Edition: First Printing of the First Edition
ISBN: 2879390516
Book Id: 26146

Price: $125.00

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