The Studio; An Illustrated Magazine of Fine & Applied Art; Nov 15 1902, Vol 27 No 116 - Including Girtin, Lavery, Steel and Hunter

SKU: 026797
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Including 'Plinlimmon', 'The Stepping Stones on the Wharfe', 'Lindisfarne Abbey', 'Dawn Breaking over Bridgenorth' by Thomas Girtin, 'La Dame Aux Perles' by John Lavery, 'A Study of a Stag's Head' by J Sydney Steel and 'The Duke's High Dame' by Mary Y Hunter. Greenish paper covers with black lettering to front. Paper covers are rather grubby with creasing to the edges. Corners bumped and curled. The page edges are rough cut. The advert section has been removed from both the front and rear of the volume with subsequent damage to both the front and rear hinges. Pages numbered 81-156; all present by many are detached as the strings have failed on two of the bundles. When securely packed this item will weigh in the region of 462g.(YBP Ref: 026797:3e)
  • Author: HOLME, Charles (ed)
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  • Publisher: The Studio Limited
  • Condition: Good Minus
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  • Size: 4to - over 9 3/4in - 12in Tall
  • Binding: Soft Cover
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  • Published in: London
  • Published Date: 1902
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  • Language: English