Slovene Impressionists

Slovene Impressionists

Stelè, France

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Place Published: St. Paul, MN
Publisher: Control Data Arts
Date Published: 1980
Edition: First American edition
Binding: Hardcover
ISBN: 089893107x
Book Id: 43653


Quarto. Tan cloth over boards with a brown ink stamped title on the spine. Good plus. The rear endsheet is cracked along the hinge, and the text block is beginning to pull away from the spine at the head. There is a very brief notation on the front free endsheet. In a very good dust jacket, with scratching to the surface.


From the dust jacket- "Slovene Impressionism had its inception in 1900 at the First Slovene Art Exhibition in Ljubljana, Yugoslavia. It was there that the public first viewed together the works of Rihard Jakopic, Matija Jama, Ivan Grohar, and Matej Sternen. These four men, all of whom studied in Munich during the 1890's, formed what has been known ever since as the 'school' of Slovene Impressionists."

By This Author: Stelè, France
By This Publisher: Control Data Arts