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Alexander Calder, 1898-1976 Hardcover – 1 Apr 1998

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5.0 out of 5 stars and in great condition as advertized 5 Jan. 2015
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I ordered this book as a gift. It arrived as expected, and in great condition as advertised.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Caulder 5 stars, Publication 5 stars, Writing Style 3. 28 Aug. 1998
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Calders work leaves me speachless and in its place... inspired, to do more, better. The book(hardcover)itself is beautifully bound and constructed of the highest quality materials, making it a delight to page through. The writing style is rigid and impersonal. Perhaps the author was careful to provide a neutral background for the colorful, animated genius of Calder but it lacks rhythym, speed and ease of use. I loved the tactile experience of the book itself and of course, Calder for his fresh, brilliant and prolific inventiveness.
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