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Good. No Jacket. Signed with a dedication by the author to 'Saxton Noble' of Kent house, London. Cloth. 8vo. 181pp. Tissue protected frontis. b&w plates. Decorative bookplate of 'Saxton Noble' to pastedown. Few faint spots to fore-edge. Pages/plates VG. Scarce signed copy.
Good. 8 volumes complete. 8 volumes, Original bindings. Dark green leather, gilt. Raised bands. xlviii, 182; 286pp. 459pp. 519pp. 489pp. 575pp. 621pp. 554pp. 541pp. frontis. plates. Spotting to endpapers and rear of a few plates. Pages very good. Bindings strong. Rubbing to spine ends, spine edge cracked (holding firm) to a few volumes. Overall G+.
Very Good. Gloss card covers. 91p. : ill. (some col. ), maps; 24cm. Clean, neat pages. VG. Cover VG. Catalogue of an exhibition held at 1 May-30 June 1992. Contents: "Rendezvous a Dieppe" (John Willett); "the 1880s and 1890s in Dieppe" (Anna Greuzner Robins); "Braque and Nicholson" (Sophie Bowness). Summary: An exploration of Dieppe, a town which has been a location for the interaction of ideas between artists and writers from Britain and France. It includes a gallery of works by such artists ...
Publisher: Munich, London, New York: Prestel
Date published: 2000
Description: Very Good. Gloss card covers. 95 p. : illust. photographs; 31 cm. VG+. Uniting previously unpublished photographs with better-known works by the photographer, David Wilkie Wynfield, this book provides an intimate picture of 19th century artistic London. Winfield was a successful painter who exhibited at the Royal Academy, but today is best known for the photographic portraits of his contemporaries such as Millais, Lord Leighton, Holman Hunt, Manet and Burne-Jones. Ground-breaking in their ... read more
Description: Very Good in Very Good jacket. Signed by Hamish Rosie. Cloth. Jacket. xi, 116p. : ill. (mainly col. ); 28cm. The spoken autobiography of Hamish Rosie, a deaf man, put into writing by Maggie Gordon. read more