No dust jacket as issued. Light shelf wear to edges and cover, otherwise excellent unread retail stock, clean and free of markings with a sturdy binding. Softcover, 112 pages, sewn binding, beautiful b+w illustrations throughout. 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 in the heart of the Fine Arts Building at Indiana University. Most orders shipped same or next business day and include delivery confirmation!
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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