The Studio. An Illustrated Magazine of Fine & Applied Art. 1910 - 11.

The Studio. An Illustrated Magazine of Fine & Applied Art. 1910 - 11.

Daumier, Honore; et al (illus).
London. 11- 1910. Vol. 51, No. 212.
November 1910 single issue of the magazine, color and black and white plates and in-text illustrations, some pages uncut, large 4to, pictorial paper wrappers as issued. Cover detached and lighty edgeworn, very light occasional foxing to interior, otherwise clean. Many interesting articles and advertisements reflecting the art world of the time. Some text in French. Articles include: "Sir Edward Burne-Jones's Designs for Painted Glass" with 2 color plates, "Japanese Art and Artists of Today. IV. Wood and Ivory Carving", "An Australian Water-colour Painter: Henry Tebbitt", "Bruno Liljefors: A Swedish Painter of Animals", "Some Etchings of Frank Milton Armington" and "Recent Designs In Domestic Architecture". Color plates include "Sydney from Vaucluse" by Henry Tebbitt, Tete D'Homme by Honore Daumier and a striking image of a cottage from a coloured wood-engraving by Rudolf Junk. Item #36316

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