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Mark Gertler

£19.99

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Mark Gertler- British Artists of Today - No.1. With Preface by Hubert Wellington.

He was born to poor Polish-Jewish immigrant parents and spoke only Yiddish up to the age of 8. In 1908–12 he studied at the Slade School, where he won several prizes. After the First World War he spent a good deal of time in the south of France for the sake of his delicate health (he had tuberculosis). Gertler was influenced by Post-Impressionism, but his style was highly individual, with strong elements of eastern European folk art.

17 black and white plates including "Self-Portrait", Zena, "The Coster Woman" and "The Jockey".

CONDITION: Orange and white cloth boards showing signs of wear on the front and spine - bumping and rubbing along the edges. Sellers mark on the inside of the rear board (see photograph for details). All plates are clean and bright. Signs of handling on the first few - non-pictorial-pages - this is a 90 yr old book. See photos for details.

Item details

Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
16 cm x 12 cm x 0.5 cm
Edition:
1925
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
17
Publisher:
The Fleuron
Title:
Mark Gertler

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Mark Gertler- British Artists of Today - No.1. With Preface by Hubert Wellington.

He was born to poor Polish-Jewish immigrant parents and spoke only Yiddish up to the age of 8. In 1908–12 he studied at the Slade School, where he won several prizes. After the First World War he spent a good deal of time in the south of France for the sake of his delicate health (he had tuberculosis). Gertler was influenced by Post-Impressionism, but his style was highly individual, with strong elements of eastern European folk art.

17 black and white plates including "Self-Portrait", Zena, "The Coster Woman" and "The Jockey".

CONDITION: Orange and white cloth boards showing signs of wear on the front and spine - bumping and rubbing along the edges. Sellers mark on the inside of the rear board (see photograph for details). All plates are clean and bright. Signs of handling on the first few - non-pictorial-pages - this is a 90 yr old book. See photos for details.

Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
16 cm x 12 cm x 0.5 cm
Edition:
1925
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
17
Publisher:
The Fleuron
Title:
Mark Gertler

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