JOHN RUSSELL & BRASSAÏ – PARIS

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JOHN RUSSELL & BRASSAÏ – PARIS

220.00

First edition, published by Batsford, 1960.

Written by noted art critic, John Russell explores the landscape and people of Paris, ranging from its architecture and paintings to its visitors and neighbourhoods, in what is essentially an extended essay guiding the reader through the city of light. Profusely illustrated with 42 wonderful monochrome photographs by Hungarian artist, Brassaï, who found fame in the city of Paris.

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Condition: Near fine with a very good condition dust jacket. Some tears and shelf wear to extremities of jacket