Publisher: Oriel Press, Stocksfield, 1984. 1st edition. Hardback, 224 pages, unclipped dustjacket, illus with many lovely examples of Flanders' work in colour and b&w. The cover, in green boards with gilt titling and designs to spine and front, is in very good / excellent condition. Internally the book is in excellent condition throughout. The unclipped dustjacket is in fair to good condition with some shelfwear to edges, light rubbing to back and a closed tear to top of spine.On the back there is the picture of the artist in colour.
Full title is 'Dennis Flanders' Britannia, being a selection from the work of Dennis Flanders RWS, RBA, who for half a century has observed, drawn & loved the landscape & architecture of the British Isles'
Dennis Flanders (2 July 1915- 13 August 1994) was a British artist and draughtsman who specialised in pen and ink drawings, often of British landscapes and buildings. He is notable for his meticulous depictions of the impact of aerial bombing upon historic buildings during World War Two.
First pages are in yellow coloured paper with introduction from the artist. Sketches include places from Scotland, Ireland, Wales, Northumbria, Yorkshire, Lancashire, East Anglia, the South Coast, London and its countryside and more. Lovely drawings in colour and black & white. All in all, this is a beautifully produced and illustrated volume.