Risposta alle reflessioni critiche sopra le differenti scuole di Pitture del Sig. Marchese d'Argens.

Lucca, per il Busdrago, 1755

8vo, pp. [10], 213, [7], wooduct and engraved initials and headpieces, some heavy foxing and repaired tears but a sound copy in contemporary half vellum, red label, gilt.

£120

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