John Boulton Smith, The Golden Age of Finnish Art, Otava Publishing Co., 1975, VG

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Smith, John Boulton. Helsinki, The Otava Publishing Co., 1975. 
English, First Edition, Very Good, Soft Cover, square 4to, 8 ¼” x 8 ¼,” Unpaginated.
ISBN: 9511022830

Textured stiff white wraps in publisher’s dust jacket with black text to front, spine, and back, black illustration to front. Crease to front of book, mild edgewear, minor crease to back cover, mild sunning, otherwise tightly bound, clean, and excellent. In a Very Good dust jacket now protected in a mylar sleeve. Mild aging, minor soiling to front and back, mild edgewear, and mild scratching to mylar sleeve, otherwise good. Unpaginated. Replete with full-color and black-and-white images. Smith identifies the Finnish pavilion at the 1900 Paris World’s Fair as a monumental moment for Finnish art. From the back of the dust jacket: “This book tells the story of this renaissance in Finnish art, tracing its development through the 19th century, discussing its achievements in relation to contemporary international art and concluding with its emergence into the first ten years of this century.”