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The Pigs : Portugal, Italy, Greece and Spain through the eyes of the economists = Portugal, Italia, Grecia y España vistas por los economistas
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Title
The Pigs : Portugal, Italy, Greece and Spain through the eyes of the economists = Portugal, Italia, Grecia y España vistas por los economistas
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Work Type
Artist's book
Date
2013
Image:06/09/2016
Location
Creation Site:Madrid : PHREE ;Barcelona : RM Verlag
Material
Binding method -- Pamphlet binding.
Printing / production method -- Commercial production.
Measurements
111 pages : chiefly color illustrations ; 27 cm
Repository
Joseph C. Sloane Art Library
Accession Number
TR655 .S685 2013
ID Number
Pigs_Portugal_Italy1
Source
University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill
Photographer:Joseph C. Sloane Art Library
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