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Modern Masters of Etching 13 - James McNeill Whistler

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Product description

Large landscape format book with 10 page introduction by Malcolm C Salaman, the remainder of the book comprises 12 pages, each one having a pastedown monochrome plate of the subjects work on one side. Each of the plates is protected by the original tissue printed with brief details of the work.

The boards are covered with a blueish coloured paper, the front and spine have pasted-on title plates. The exposed parts are quite discoloured and there is some foxing evident. The top of the spine has a small tear, approx. 2cm long, at the top. The corner of the bottom rear board is bumped causing the paper covering to tear. The hinges and binding are in good order.

On the front pastedown is an award plate dated 1938 otherwise there are no inscriptions. All pages suffer foxing but the plates are clean.

Item details

Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
250 x 315 x 13 mm approx.
Edition:
1927
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
22
Publisher:
The Studio Ltd

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Large landscape format book with 10 page introduction by Malcolm C Salaman, the remainder of the book comprises 12 pages, each one having a pastedown monochrome plate of the subjects work on one side. Each of the plates is protected by the original tissue printed with brief details of the work.

The boards are covered with a blueish coloured paper, the front and spine have pasted-on title plates. The exposed parts are quite discoloured and there is some foxing evident. The top of the spine has a small tear, approx. 2cm long, at the top. The corner of the bottom rear board is bumped causing the paper covering to tear. The hinges and binding are in good order.

On the front pastedown is an award plate dated 1938 otherwise there are no inscriptions. All pages suffer foxing but the plates are clean.

Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
250 x 315 x 13 mm approx.
Edition:
1927
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
22
Publisher:
The Studio Ltd

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