Auction 36 Part 1 Bargain and selected items auction: Israeli and International Art, Kodesh books, Judaica, Jewelry, Silverware, most of them at a starting price of only $ 10 !!!
Feb 12, 2019 (Your local time)
 Beit On, Mazkeret Batya

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LOT 250:

Archaic Greek Art, 620-480 BC , 1971, NY

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CHARBONNEAUX, Jean, Roland MARTIN, and Francois VILLARD MALRAUX, Andre (ed.) MARTIN, Roland VILLARD, Francois
Archaic Greek Art, 620-480 BC. good condition, DJ damaged.
George Braziller, NY, 1971. CHARBONNEAUX, Jean, Roland MARTIN, and Francois VILLARD. Archaic Greek Art, 620-480 BC. Edited by Andre Malraux and Andre Parrot. Translated from the French by James Emmons and Robert Allen. From "The Arts of Mankind" series. NY: George Braziller, (1971). Pp. 438 (four of which fold out) + 2 leaves of folding maps. Frontis. Illustrated. 4to, red cloth. A examination of the art to be produced during the rise of the Greek Empire in the middle of the first millenia BC, which was influenced by the growth Greek political, philosophical and religious thought. Part 1: The Early Achievements (620-580 BC) ; Part 2: Equilibrium and Progress (580-525 BC) ; Part 3: The Late

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