רות שלוס : רטרוספקטיבה 1942-1992 / [עורכת הקטלוג - נורית כהן-עברון
תרגום לאנגלית - אתל ברוידא].
Herzeliyya (Israel)-place of publication
כהן-עברון, נורית, 1957-
הרצליה : מוזיאון הרצליה לאמנות
קטלוג של תערוכה.
עברית ואנגלית עם שער נוסף.
Added t.p.: Ruth Schloss, retrospective 1942-1992.
143 ע' : איורים (רובם צבעוניים)
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