The Studio (vol. 109 and 110, January-December, 1935)

Artist(s): Various
Author(s): Various
Format: hardback
Edition: First Edition
Year published: 1935
Publisher: The Studio
Illustrations: Lavishly illustrated


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Green Cloth with gilt lettering. First Edition. Two Volumes comprising twelve monthly numbers from January to December 1935. Issues January-June bound with their original covers. Important articles relating to modern British and international painting and design. Includes ‘Paris and the Turning Wheel of Art’, Jacques-Emile Blanche’s essay on the Parisian art scene, John Rothenstein’s article on Donald Towner, ‘In Search of English Pottery’ by Geoffrey Grigson, A J A Symons on the art of the bookplate, RH Wilenski on ‘The Place of Sculpture Today and Tomorrow’, Matisse on’ Modernism and Tradition’, Clive Bell on ‘What Art Next’, plus pieces on James Arden Grant, Swedish art, Eugene Berman and much more. Condition: very good.


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