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Frederick Carl Frieseke : the evolution of an American impressionist

Author: Frederick Carl Frieseke; Linda McWhorter; Nicholas Kilmer; et al
Publisher: Savannah : Telfair Museum of Art Princeton, NJ : Princeton University Press, copyr. 2001.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Italian
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Genre/Form: Mostre
Named Person: Frederick Carl Frieseke
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Frederick Carl Frieseke; Linda McWhorter; Nicholas Kilmer; et al
ISBN: 0691089221 9780691089225
OCLC Number: 878555896
Notes: Catalogo di una mostra itinerante.
Bibliography: p. 208-210.
Description: 218 p. : in gran parte ill. ; 31 cm
Responsibility: Frederick Carl Frieseke ; guest curator Nicholas Kilmer ; catalogue and exhibition coordinator Linda McWhorter ; essays by Nicholas Kilmer ... [et al.].

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