Wood Engraving of the 1930’s Reviewed by Clare Leighton (1936)


Artist(s): Various
Author(s): Clare Leighton
Format: hardback
Edition: First Edition
Year published: 1936
Publisher: Studio
Total Pages: 192
Illustrations: Lavishly illustrated

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Gloriously illustrated assessment of wood-engraving in the 1930s. “The wood engravings of the present day are probably of a higher standard than ever before been reached, and it is a particularly appropriated time to review achievement in this field. There is no one better qualified for the task than Clare Leighton, who is well known for her own delightful work”. Condition: unclipped dust-wrapper a little marked to spine and rear panel. 2cm closed tear to top right corner of dust-jackets front panel. Slight foxing to prelims, otherwise very good.


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