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Rombola by Rombola, 1965. John Rombola, quintessential illustrator of the early 1960s, ubiquitous in magazines such as Vogue, Mademoiselle, Town & Country, and Seventeen, chooses his personal favorite illustrations from his body of work. Subjects include the circus, life in New York, the opera, the ballet, bull fighting, modern art, and a Scaasi fashion show. Introduction by Irwin Glusker, former art director at Vogue. Densely illustrated - 144 pages are full scale illustrations.


Hardcover. 160 pgs, measures approx. 11.15" x 8.75" W x 1.15" D. Good condition, with good dust jacket. Bumped edges to dust jacket, which is now in Mylar protective cover. Toning to dust jacket and pages. See images for reference, and feel free to email with any questions.

Rombola by Rombola, 1965.

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