Some Account of Gothic Architecture in Spain, Volume I and Volume II

Hardcover, London and Toronto: J. M. Dent & Sons Ltd., 1914. Good with no dust jacket.

Both volumes have stamped mark on ffep. Binding and hinges sound. Pages clean, tanned. Cloth over boards is edge worn at spine with wear to corner tips, overall shelf wear, gilt lettering on spine darkened. ; Contents include material on Irun, San Sebastian, Burgos, Palencia , Valladolid, Salamanca, Zamora, Benavente, Leon, Astorga, Lugo, La Coruña, Santiago de Compostella, Medina del Campo, Avila, Segovia, Madrid, Alcalá, Guadalajara, Sigüenza, Toledo, Valencia, Tarragona, Barcelona, Gerona, Perpiñan, S. Elne, Manresa, Lérida, Huesca, Zaragoza, Tarazona, Veruela, Tudela, Olite, Pamplona. Summary of the history of Gothic architecture in Spain. The Spanish architects of the Middle Ages. Many architectural plans, black and white drawings. From the private collection of Irwin Kremen (1925- ), a North Carolina artist with a doctorate in clinical psychology, whose signature is on the ffep of each volume. While teaching psychology at Duke University in the 1960s, Kremen began creating works of art. His artwork consists mainly of abstract collages; his sculptures are composed of iron, saw blades, and steel, along with other materials. His art has been shown in more than 30 venues in the United States and abroad. ; 7.5" (19 cm) tall; 708 pages.

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