Good. No Jacket. Royal Octavo. Plain wrapper, stapled; 64 pp, portrait frontispiece of Stubbs and other illustrations; light toning to covers; slight rubbing to edges; internally clean, bright and sound.
VG-(slight soiling to outer heel of spine; slight foxing on covers; otherwise clean. ) White and illus. paper wraps. 64 pp. 19 BW illus., one BW plate as frontispiece. Issued in conjunction with an exhibition of selected anatomical prints rendered by English artist George Stubbs (1724-1806). With essays by Basil Taylor and Judy Egerton, as well as extracts from Ozias Humphry's memoir of Stubbs. Includes a chronology and an annotated catalogue of 58 items, 19 of which are pictured here. Fascinating for both art lovers and artists interested in technique.
AS NEW. Issued without a dustjacket. Quarto size (4to) in illustrated stiff card covers, 64pp, plates etc...............[ CONDITION DETAILS: An extremely well preserved almost AS NEW copy (covers faintly tanned, minute speck of shelf rub to bottom corner tip of front cover) ].......Unless otherwise noted: 1st Edition means First Printing; books are in the original publishers binding; wrappers (present only if mentioned above) are complete, un-clipped and provided with transparent protectors.
Exhibition catalogue. 245x185mm 64 pages. 58 items catalogued. Illustrated in black and white. Softback. Very good indeed. We are specialists in Catalogues: Exhibitions, Auctions, Collections, etc., with a picture of the cover available on request. All items are as described and dispatched within 36 hours in a secure package. We are professional booksellers with over 30 years experience and a real-life bookshop. You may order with confidence.
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