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David Hockney : a retrospective

Author: Maurice Tuchman; Stephanie Barron; David Hockney, Graphiker Bühnenbildner Photograph England USA
Publisher: Los Angeles : Los Angeles County Museum of Art [etc.], cop. 1988.
Edition/Format:   Book : Conference publication : English
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Genre/Form: Ausstellung
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Maurice Tuchman; Stephanie Barron; David Hockney, Graphiker Bühnenbildner Photograph England USA
ISBN: 0810911671 9780810911673 0500235147 9780500235140
OCLC Number: 881572600
Notes: "Exhibition itinerary: Los Angeles County Museum of Art, February 4-April 24, 1988, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, June 18-August 14, 1988, Tate Gallery, October 26, 1988-January 3, 1989"
Anlassorte: Los Angeles, New York, London.
Description: 288 S ; 29 cm : farb. Ill.
Responsibility: org. by Maurice Tuchman and Stephanie Barron.

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