Eighteenth-century French life-drawing selections from the Collection of Mathias Polakovits by James Henry Rubin

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  • Polakovits, Mathias -- Art collections,
  • Drawing, French -- 18th century -- Exhibitions,
  • Nude in art,
  • Men in art

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StatementJames Henry Rubin, in collaboration with David Levine ; foreword by Pierre Rosenberg.
ContributionsLevine, David, 1951- joint author., Princeton University. Art Museum.
LC ClassificationsNC246 .R82
The Physical Object
Pagination103 p. :
Number of Pages103
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4908117M
ISBN 100691039267
LC Control Number76056719

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