The art of Gothic architecture, sculpture painting

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Published by Konemann Verlagsgesellschaft in Cologne .

Written in English

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Cover title: Gothic, architecture, sculpture, painting.

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Other titlesGothic, architecture, sculpture, painting.
Statementedited by Rolf Toman ; photographs by Achim Bednorz.
ContributionsToman, Rolf.
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Pagination23cm.
Number of Pages23
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22646381M
ISBN 103829017413

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