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Light and Water: A Study of Reflexion and Colour in River, Lake and Sea

£30.00

Product description

Original blue cloth hard covers with gilt titles on the spine and on the front over a sun & water design. Hard covers have light edge wear, bumped corners, and slightly discoloured spine. Two small splash marks on the front. Gift inscription dated 1904 and owner name dated 1972 both on first free endpaper. First and last free endpapers are both lightly tanned. Text is clean and unmarked. Gilt top edge, fore edge and front edge are both untrimmed. Binding is tight. Many photographic illustrations plus drawings in the text. The author proclaims his aim to be "to give his readers an elementary acquaintance from the scientific side with the subject of the reflexions and colours seen in water" and the book was intended for the use of the artist or art student. Overall very good condition.

Item details

Added value:
Uncommon book, first edition
Author(s):
Pollock, Sir Montagu
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1903
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
115
Publisher:
George Bell and Sons

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About this item

Original blue cloth hard covers with gilt titles on the spine and on the front over a sun & water design. Hard covers have light edge wear, bumped corners, and slightly discoloured spine. Two small splash marks on the front. Gift inscription dated 1904 and owner name dated 1972 both on first free endpaper. First and last free endpapers are both lightly tanned. Text is clean and unmarked. Gilt top edge, fore edge and front edge are both untrimmed. Binding is tight. Many photographic illustrations plus drawings in the text. The author proclaims his aim to be "to give his readers an elementary acquaintance from the scientific side with the subject of the reflexions and colours seen in water" and the book was intended for the use of the artist or art student. Overall very good condition.

Added value:
Uncommon book, first edition
Author(s):
Pollock, Sir Montagu
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1903
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
115
Publisher:
George Bell and Sons

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