Catalog Record: The sun in art; sun symbolism, from the past to the present, in pagan and Christian art, folk art, fine art and applied art. Die Sonne in der Kunst; Sonnensymbole aus Vergangenheit und Gegenwart in der vorchristlichen und christlichen - in der freien und angewandten Kunst. Le soleil dans l'art; symboles du soleil du passé à nos jours, paiens ou chrétiens, tirés du folklore, des beaux-arts et des arts appliqués | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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The sun in art; sun symbolism, from the past to the present, in pagan and Christian art, folk art, fine art and applied art. Die Sonne in der Kunst; Sonnensymbole aus Vergangenheit und Gegenwart in der vorchristlichen und christlichen - in der freien und angewandten Kunst. Le soleil dans l'art; symboles du soleil du passé à nos jours, paiens ou chrétiens, tirés du folklore, des beaux-arts et des arts appliqués.

Main Author: Herdeg, Walter, 1908-
Language(s): English
Published: Zurich, Amstutz & Herdeg [1962]
Subjects: Sun > In art.
Note: "First published in June 1962 as a jubilee issue (no. 100) of the trilingual bimonthly magazine Graphis."
Physical Description: 156 p. illus. (part col.) col. map. 31 cm.
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