The Studio (vol. 113 and 114, January-December, 1937)

Artist(s): Various
Author(s): Various
Format: hardback
Edition: First Edition
Year published: 1937
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 1937. Issues January-June bound with their original covers. Issues July-December bound with facsimile title page and index. Important articles relating to modern British and international painting and design. Includes ‘American Art as it is Today’, Jacques Emile-Blanche’, ‘Portrait of an Artist: Martin Baer’, ‘The Woodstock Community: An American Experiment becomes and Institution’, ‘What to see at the Paris Exposition’, ‘In the Studio of Clare Leighton’, ‘A Spiritual Change is the Only Hope: John Betjeman Reviews the Century and its Changes’, and much more. Condition: very good.


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