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Author Name:    Alfred Weidinger

Title:   Kokoschka and Alma Mahler: Testimony to a Passionate Relationship

Binding:   Hard Cover

Book Condition:   Fine

Jacket Condition:   Fine

Size:   4to - over 9

Publisher:   Munich and New York Prestel 1996

ISBN Number:   3791317229 / 9783791317229

Seller ID:   23750

Crisp, clean book with no bumps to boards, no names or writing and no remiander mark. The pages and page edges are also pristine. The dustjacket is likewise clean with no bumps and no tears. There was never a printed price on either the front or back flap. I have covered the jacket with a brand new mylar cover. The book weaves both the biograpihes of Oskar and Alma, his art, and her music. Kokoschka loved her all of his life. She, on the other hand, was married to composer Gustav Mahler, architect Walter Gropius, and novelist Franz Werfel, as well as ofseveral other prominent men, notably painter Oskar Kokoschka. Alma Maler was a composer. The book measures 6-3.4" x 9-1/2" and has 122 pages.

Art. Oskar Kokoschka. Alma Mahler



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