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Good. Hardback with D/J, internally fine but D/J although all there creased and some tears. 1975 1st Macmillan edition. Introduced by Douglas Stewart. 1st page removed perhaps contained owners information. Over Norman Lindsay's long and illustrious career as an artist, he kept a small warm spot in his heart for his Cats. In this delightful book, you will see many friends of his, and those of us who have cats will recognise the poses, and his cats as men about town. -used books, secondhand books, out of print books, hard to find books, for sale, second-hand books, college books, student books, nonfiction, first edition, non-fiction books delivered world wide. ISBN 0-333-17561-1. 0333175611.
Norman Lindsay. Fine in Fine jacket. Sml 4to. 72pp, num bw ills. Original greenish gray cloth in pictorial jacket. The slightest of edge wear to the now protected jacket. A selection of cats drawn by preeminent Australian artist Norman Lindsay. Printed on buff paper.
Hardback small quarto, dustjacket, very good condition (in very good dustjacket), black & white drawings, buff-coloured paper, top edge lightly foxed, edgewear jacket (chipped, little loss spine & corners, front cover scratched, sticker mark). Unnum 64 pp. A delightful collection of Lindsay's sketches of his cats. Text by an artist friend. Includes an essay by Douglas Stewart ("The artist as a cat fancier") and Norman Lindsay ("The cats of Springwood").
Norman Lindsay. Fine in Near Very Good jacket. Sml 4to. 72pp, num bw ills. Or cream cloth in jacket. Edge wear and minor soiling to jacket, 1" tear to top front of jacket, short tear on rear panel, spine lightly sunned. A selection of cats drawn by preeminent Australian artist Norman Lindsay. Printed on buff paper.
Paperback small square quarto, very good condition, black & white drawings, small crease cover, minor edgewear. Unnum 64 pp. A delightful collection of Lindsay's sketches of his cats. Text by an artist friend, Douglas Stewart. Includes an essay by Stewart ("The artist as a cat fancier") and Lindsay ("The cats of Springwood").
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