New in fine dust jacket. unread retail stock from an artbook specialty retailer. good condition with a bit of light shelf wear to edges and cover-text clean, binding tight. Sewn binding. Paper over boards. With dust jacket. 144 p. Contains: Illustrations. Audience: General/trade. Established in 1968, the Friends of Art Bookshop assists scholars in their research and creative activity, generates income for scholarships for students, develops a community who support the visual arts, and creates a warm and nourishing space for interaction amongst communities in the heart of the Fine Arts Building at Indiana University. Most orders shipped same or next business day and include delivery confirmation!
Very good in very good dust jacket. With dust jacket. 142 p. Contains: Illustrations. Audience: Collectors-General/trade. Solid Bound Brown Cloth W/ gold letterings & pictured Jacket (Of his Painting) price listed @ $25.00 UK money & both in mint condition= 142 Clean pages & Biblio & chrono & all paintings in full color including plates= No Edition Listed= NOT a Library Copy= NO Owners= Size @ 9 1/4X10 1/2""= This Beautiful Book by Artist Lawrence sent well packed to arrive intact-Overseas buyers request US postage. Thanks...Mel0
Fine in Fine jacket. Book. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. Medium brown cloth-effect paper covered boards, lettered in gold foil. As issued. Color illus. dust jacket as issued, now in mylar. 144 pp., illus. w/ 53 numbered color plates, additional unnumbered color plates as well as color + b&w figures in intro. text.
Used-Very Good. Sir Thomas Lawrence painted some of the best known and loved images of the Regency period, Cherry Ripe, Pinkie and Master William Lambton (The Red Boy) which became some of the most famous images of Victorian and early twentieth century times. However, Lawrence's real genius was to bring to life a huge cross-section of late Georgian and Regency society. These range from the elderly and kindly Queen Charlotte, wife of George III, to the swashbuckling grandees of parliament and church. Lawrence had an uncanny ability to bring society to life, even when he was painting the Archbishop of Canterbury. Today, he is also regarded as the leading portrait painter of the whole of Europe of his time, and is best seen in the Waterloo Chamber at Windsor Castle, where the Pope presides over the allied monarchs of Europe who defeated Napoleon. This beautifully illustrated book contains some of his finest work. A beautifully illustrated look at the artist behind some of the best known images of the Regency period. Slight scratching/scuffing on cover. Out of print. Book has minor shelf wear.
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