Giorgio de Chirico. [Illustr.] - New York: The Museum of Modern Art . 267 S. 8°
Museum of Modern Art, 1955 - 267 pages
195 reproductions, including 10 in color, and extracts from the artist's own writings, which serve to illuminate the meaning underlying his work.
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