Paul Manship by Harry Rand, 1989
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Paul Manship by Harry Rand.
Published by Rand Humphries, London, 1989, 1st edition.
A near fine hardback with dustjacket. Slightly faded spine to dustjacket and some mild scuffing. Black cloth hardback with gilt. Text clean and bright throughout.
A complete overview of the life and work of Paul Manship (1885-1966), perhaps best known for his work Prometheus at the Rockefeller Centre, New York.
216pp. Illustrated profusely in colour and black and white. A substantial tome.
Dimensions: 286mm high x 225mm wide x 25mm deep.
Unpacked weight approximately 1.2kg.