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ギャラリーフェイク.
Gyararī Feiku.

Author: 細野不ニ彥. ; Fujihiko Hosono
Publisher: 小学館, Tōkyō : Shōgakkan, 1992-
Series: Biggu Supirittsu Komikku.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : Japanese
Database:WorldCat
Summary:
Fujita Reiji, formerly a curator at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, is the owner of a gallery named "Gallery Fake" where he displays and sells lots of fake arts. However, he sometimes sells true works of famous artists on a whim to those who understand the true value of the art.
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Genre/Form: Art manga
Culture manga
Fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: 細野不ニ彥. ; Fujihiko Hosono
ISBN: 4091830218 9784091830210
OCLC Number: 40987313
Notes: The Ohio State University notes:
OSU{u2019}s copy 1 forms part of the Manga Collection.
.b50203526
Description: volumes : chiefly illustrations ; 19 cm.
Contents: 1. Kizutsuita Himawari --
2. Jokonda no matsuei --
3. Ringo o motsu megami --
4. Nerawareta tenshukaku --
5. Perusha no hihō --
6. Gosō no ryū --
7. Ninben shi --
8. Shinju to shōnen --
9. Gaudizu gōsuto --
10. Sansui no hoshi --
11. Kao no nai jigazō --
12. Jishin kannon --
13. Kanbojia kuesuto --
14. Hōt!eo musuko no kikan.
Series Title: Biggu Supirittsu Komikku.
Other Titles: Gallery Fake
Manga Collection.
Added Class Number: PN6790.J33 H6766
Local System Bib Number:
.b50203526

Abstract:

Fujita Reiji, formerly a curator at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, is the owner of a gallery named "Gallery Fake" where he displays and sells lots of fake arts. However, he sometimes sells true works of famous artists on a whim to those who understand the true value of the art.
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