TERRA COTTA OF THE ITALIAN RENAISSANCE. M. Louis KROMAN.
TERRA COTTA OF THE ITALIAN RENAISSANCE
TERRA COTTA OF THE ITALIAN RENAISSANCE
TERRA COTTA OF THE ITALIAN RENAISSANCE

TERRA COTTA OF THE ITALIAN RENAISSANCE

National Terra Cotta Society, 1925. Item #2280

KROMAN, M. Louis. TERRA COTTA OF THE ITALIAN RENAISSANCE. NY: National Terra Cotta Society, [1925]. Quarto, black cloth spine & brown boards. First Edition. A survey of the best examples of Italian Renaissance architecture using terra cotta, done during an extended tour of northern Italy in 1923. With 200 full-page plates. Signed by Chicago-based architect M. Louis Kroman on the title page. With his personal blindstamp on the same page. Kroman is best-known for designing the famous Ritz-55th garage in Chicago in 1929, using terra cotta ornamentation in the Art-Deco designed building to celebrate the automobile. A nice association copy! Very Good (little wear corners; contents clean & tight). $150.00.

Price: $150.00

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