New. No dust jacket as issued. Light shelf wear to edges, otherwise pristine, clean and free of markings with a sturdy binding. Softcover, 112 pages, sewn binding, beautiful b+w illustrations throughout. The Friends of Art Bookshop is a non-profit organization with proceeds donated to Fine Art student scholarships. Most orders shipped same or next business day and include delivery confirmation!
Likely 1st edition, large format softcover has a partial lower corner fold on the cover and very light surface soiling, otherwise the book is very good, with clean, unmarked pages. A catalog published in conjunction with an art exhibition at Yale Center for British Art: March 6-May 5, 1991. Lots of period illustrations.
VG. Red and illus. wraps, 112 pp., 59 BW illus. A collection of six essays on this topic: 'The Utmost Possible Variety in Our Combination': An Overview of The Pre-Raphaelite Circle as Book Illustrators / Susan P. Casteras--What is Pre-Raphaelism, Really? In Pursuit of Identity through The Germ and the Moxon Tennyson / Joel M. Hoffman--The 'Perfect Delineation of Character': Process and Perfection in the Book Illustrations of John Everett Millais / Jennifer M. Ullman--Allegorizing on Their Own Hooks: The Book Illustrations of Dante Gabriel Rossetti and Arthur Hughes / Maurie McInnis--Prototype, Posing, and Preference in the Illustrations of Frederick Sandys and Simeon Solomon / Jeffrey Laird Collins--'My Work Is the Embodiment of Dreams': Morris, Burne-Jones, and Pre-Raphaelite Influences on Book Design / Samuel D. Albert.
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