Apes and Ape Lore in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance.  
  [SERIES]: Studies of the Warburg Institute - Vol. 20.  

Author Janson, H. W. [Horst Waldemar]
Place of Publication London
Publication Name The Warburg Institute, University of London
Year 1952
Language(s) English
RARE award-winning comprehensive monograph on apes and ape lore in medieval and Renaissance art by Horst Waldemar Janson (1913-1982), who published as H.W.Janson - an eminent Russian-born German-American professor of art history best known for his `History of Art`, which was first published in 1962 and has since sold more than four million copies in fifteen languages. Copy from the library of Prof. Moshe Barasch (1920-2004) who was the first Israeli art historian to attain worldwide recognition. Contains numerous b&w plates and figures. 260x170mm. 384 pages. Grey cloth Hardcover with brown lettering on front cover and spine. Text-block edges dirty. Spine rear hinge age-stained.Spine edges and hinges slightly wrinkled. Previous author`s name written in pencil on title-page verso and front whitepage. Many pages bottom corner slightly bumped/wrinkled. [SUMMARY]: This extremely rare book by one of the most influential 20th-century art historians is in good condition.
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