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The Two Mr Smiths - The Life and Work of Matthew Smith, artist, 1879-1959

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The Two Mr. Smiths
The Life and Work of Matthew Smith
1879-1959
Author: Alice Keene

Published 1995 on the occasion of the exhibition
"Sir Matthew Smith 1879-1959"
by
Lund Humphries Publishers
in association with
The Corporation of London.

Comprises 174 colour plates and 88 pages of text which includes biographical details and the Catalogue of Matthew Smith Oil Paintings in the Corporation of London Collection.

Henry Moore described Matthew Smith as "one of the best painters England has produced...After Constable and Turner...there was Sickert, then Smith"

The book is in very good condition with a single crease to the spine, very light creasing and surface marking to the cover and with light shelf wear to the bottom RH front cover.

Item details

Author(s):
Keene, Alice
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0853316694
Number of pages:
0

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The Two Mr. Smiths
The Life and Work of Matthew Smith
1879-1959
Author: Alice Keene

Published 1995 on the occasion of the exhibition
"Sir Matthew Smith 1879-1959"
by
Lund Humphries Publishers
in association with
The Corporation of London.

Comprises 174 colour plates and 88 pages of text which includes biographical details and the Catalogue of Matthew Smith Oil Paintings in the Corporation of London Collection.

Henry Moore described Matthew Smith as "one of the best painters England has produced...After Constable and Turner...there was Sickert, then Smith"

The book is in very good condition with a single crease to the spine, very light creasing and surface marking to the cover and with light shelf wear to the bottom RH front cover.

Author(s):
Keene, Alice
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0853316694
Number of pages:
0

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