Winslow Homer American Artist: His World and His Work. Albert Ten Eyck Gardner.

Winslow Homer American Artist: His World and His Work

Hardcover, New York: Bramhall House, 1961. Very Good+ in Very Good+ dust jacket. 36 color plates and over 196 black and while reproductions. "Homer was born in 1836. He served his apprenticeship in the Boston extablishment of J. H. Bufford, lithographer and publisher of prints. From there he started to do magazine illustration, and soon became familiar to readers of Harper's Weekly among others. After the Civil War in which he had been an 'artist-correspondent', he turned more and more to painting..." Ships same or next business day. Previous owner's bookplate and blind stamp. Head and tail of spine are gently bumped, spine is slightly skewed. Dust jacket has edge wear and is laminated. Heavy book, requires extra shipping. ; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 263 pages. [Item #61776]

Price: $21.00

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