A volume from The New Art Library, this is a comprehensive and entertaining treatise on landscape composition, clear and concise and free from technical jargon. Of wider scope that its title suggests, it forms a useful guide to method in oil painting, water colour, etching, and all forms of black and white work.
Black dustjacket with green text and illustrative panels affixed to front and spine. Various splits, tears, chips, scuffs and creases. Chips to top and bottom of spine, damage to illustrative panel. Green cloth covered boards with gilt text to spine. signs of wear and superficial scuffs and dents to edges of boards and top and bottom of spine. Endpapers foxed and tanned. Neatly inked name and address on front endpaper. Foxing to first and last few leaves. Text block slightly shaken, lightly but evenly tanned, free from annotation and marginalia.