Jerusalem: The Israel Museum, 1996. First edition. Softcover. vg+ to fine. Quarto. 79, 261pp. Waxpaper dj with red lettering in Hebrew and English. B&W photo-illustrated wrappers, with black lettering on spine. The publication is a monograph that examines the life, the achitectural and the fine art works of Leopold Krakauer, the Austrian-born, Israeli artist. Profusely illustrated throughout with both b&w and color reproductions of his paintings and sketches as well as b&w photos and design schematics of his architectural work. Text in Hebrew and English. Dust jacket with some small closed tears and bumping along edges and to head & tail of spine. Original sales sticker present at bottom corner of dj. Binding with tail of spine lightly bumped. Dust jacket in very good+, wrappers in very good+, interior in overall fine condition. (Inventory #: 41050)
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