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Donald Maxwell - 1877-1936

£150.00

Product description

Donald Maxwell's remarkable artistic achievement is presented here for the first time. Drawing on documents, sketches and photographs in the family's possession, the author has written a finely researched biography of a most versatile and energetic artist, whose work brought important events to a wider public in the days before the development of photography.
This lavishly illustrated book, signed by the author, contains a bibliography and check list with over 1000 entries, covering Maxwell's work for many newspapers and magazines. This makes it an essential book of reference on the artist and his era.
Hardback book in very good condition. Ends of spine bumped. Owner's pencil inscription on page before half title. Author's signature in ink on title page. Inscription in ink on dedication page.
Dust jacket in fair condition. Top of spine bumped and chipped with 1cm open tear. Bottom of spine bumped. Top and bottom edges of front cover shelfworn. Several small tears to edges, 3cm closed tear at bottom front edge, repaired with tape. Corners bumped and chipped.

Item details

Author(s):
Ffinch, Michael
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1995
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0952461617
ISBN-13:
9780952461616
Number of pages:
245
Publisher:
Maxwell Estate
Title:
Donald Maxwell - 1877-1936

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Donald Maxwell's remarkable artistic achievement is presented here for the first time. Drawing on documents, sketches and photographs in the family's possession, the author has written a finely researched biography of a most versatile and energetic artist, whose work brought important events to a wider public in the days before the development of photography.
This lavishly illustrated book, signed by the author, contains a bibliography and check list with over 1000 entries, covering Maxwell's work for many newspapers and magazines. This makes it an essential book of reference on the artist and his era.
Hardback book in very good condition. Ends of spine bumped. Owner's pencil inscription on page before half title. Author's signature in ink on title page. Inscription in ink on dedication page.
Dust jacket in fair condition. Top of spine bumped and chipped with 1cm open tear. Bottom of spine bumped. Top and bottom edges of front cover shelfworn. Several small tears to edges, 3cm closed tear at bottom front edge, repaired with tape. Corners bumped and chipped.

Author(s):
Ffinch, Michael
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1995
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0952461617
ISBN-13:
9780952461616
Number of pages:
245
Publisher:
Maxwell Estate
Title:
Donald Maxwell - 1877-1936

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