156 pages, illustrated in colour throughout, silver cloth, a very good copy in the dust jacket.
Opposite the title page: Irma Stern was the first South African artist whom the Rembrandt Van Rijn Art Foundation singled out to honour with a countrywide exhibition in 1968, two years after her death. This publication by the Foundation commemorates the centenary of Irma Stern's birth and is a celebration of her creativity. At the same time it is a fitting tribute to the Foundation's 30 years of promoting the visual arts.
- Overall Condition: A Very Good Copy
- Size: 4to (310 x 280 mm)
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