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Dzamonja

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A lovely, hardback book on the works of the Serbian sculptor, Dusan Dzamonja.

"Džamonja drew primarily in chalk and used the technique of washed ink; however, he leaned towards sculpture early on. He used many materials, from bronze and iron to wood, glass, concrete and polyester in his sculptures. He developed new ways of using traditional materials; he reconciled the intractability of metal to the fluidity and animation of nature; and , without resorting to narrative, he imbued his architectural monuments with the sensation of human presence…" Jasia Reinchard"

Published in 1981 by Motovun Group Book. Written by G.C. Argan. In fine condition, both book and dustjacket, save for a couple of print stamps on title page (not library stamps). 207 pages in coffee table sized format (12" x 9.5")

Only 6,000 copies printed.

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Author(s):
Argan, G.C.
Condition:
Fine
Edition:
1981
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
207
Publisher:
Motovun Group Book

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A lovely, hardback book on the works of the Serbian sculptor, Dusan Dzamonja.

"Džamonja drew primarily in chalk and used the technique of washed ink; however, he leaned towards sculpture early on. He used many materials, from bronze and iron to wood, glass, concrete and polyester in his sculptures. He developed new ways of using traditional materials; he reconciled the intractability of metal to the fluidity and animation of nature; and , without resorting to narrative, he imbued his architectural monuments with the sensation of human presence…" Jasia Reinchard"

Published in 1981 by Motovun Group Book. Written by G.C. Argan. In fine condition, both book and dustjacket, save for a couple of print stamps on title page (not library stamps). 207 pages in coffee table sized format (12" x 9.5")

Only 6,000 copies printed.

Author(s):
Argan, G.C.
Condition:
Fine
Edition:
1981
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
207
Publisher:
Motovun Group Book

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