Very Good. No Jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Softcover. Condition: Very good, with light shelfwear to covers. Hint of sunning to very edges of text and edges of rear cover. Binding sound, no inscriptions. 116pp. Many colour and several b/w illustrations. This catalogue was produced to accompany the exhibition held at the Tate Gallery, London from 12 November to 28 December 1975. It was the first major exhibition of his work held since the memorial exhibition held at the Tate in 1948.
Good in Good jacket. Jacket has edge wear, light chipping and rubbing, disasterouse price clipping job done to the bottom of the front flap, protected in mylar. Boards have shelf wear and bumping. Loose binding, no cracks or breaks, pages still intact. Clean pages, no marks, no tears, yellowing with age.
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Very Good in Very Good Plus jacket. 0900874961 116pp. Avery scarce copy of this book in hardback. A version of an exhibition cataolgue. Illustrated with numerous b. w plates with supportive and explanatory text. Slight foxing to the upper edges of the front and rear boards, and to the fore edges. Fresh and firm. Dust wrapper not price clipped with slight foxing to the reverse of the wrapper along the upper edges. Light shelf wear to the edges of the wrapper. Clean and tight. A very good copy.
1975. Tate Gallery. Hard Cover. Book-VG. DJ-VG. 10x7.5. 116pp. Frontis, many colour & b/w plates & illus. Paul Nash (1889-1946) is one of the most lyrical and resourceful of twentieth-century British painters. This catalogue describes in some detail one of the most comprehensive showings of Paul Nash's paintings and watercolours.
Nash, Paul. 8vo. cloth, dust jacket. 116 pages. Catalogue of an exhibition at the Tate. Foreword by Sir Norman Reid. Frontispiece photography of Nash. Table of contents, list of plates, bibliography, list of lenders. Essays by Andrew Causey and Margot Eates. 14 color plates, black and white illustrations throughout. Chip out of top edge of dust jacket.
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