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'Frondes Agrestes' Rushkin, John Published by George Allen, London 1898

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Frondes Agrestes: Readings in Modern Painters chosen at her pleasure by the author's friend, the younger lady of the Thwaite, Coniston by John Rushkin and published by George Allen, London 1898.

16th edition of this collection of essays originally published in 1874 by the Victorian art critic John Rushkin. Attractive maroon leather bound cover. Gilt edge to pages and gilt title on front and on spine. Green and gold decorative end boards. Excellent condition with only very minor wear to to top and bottom of spine.

The inside of the front end board contains the coat of arms of the original owner. William Thomas Reginald Houldsworth, the 3rd Baronet of Reddish and Coodham from 1874-1960 and second eldest son of Sir William Henry Houldsworth, the Conservative MP for Manchester North West from 1883-1906.

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Author(s):
Rushkin, John
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
George Allen, London 1898
Title:
Frondes Agrestes

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Frondes Agrestes: Readings in Modern Painters chosen at her pleasure by the author's friend, the younger lady of the Thwaite, Coniston by John Rushkin and published by George Allen, London 1898.

16th edition of this collection of essays originally published in 1874 by the Victorian art critic John Rushkin. Attractive maroon leather bound cover. Gilt edge to pages and gilt title on front and on spine. Green and gold decorative end boards. Excellent condition with only very minor wear to to top and bottom of spine.

The inside of the front end board contains the coat of arms of the original owner. William Thomas Reginald Houldsworth, the 3rd Baronet of Reddish and Coodham from 1874-1960 and second eldest son of Sir William Henry Houldsworth, the Conservative MP for Manchester North West from 1883-1906.

Author(s):
Rushkin, John
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
George Allen, London 1898
Title:
Frondes Agrestes

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