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by Freeman, Larry

Condition: good w/good dustjacket (hardcover) EX-LIB with usual markings

Watkins Glen, NY: Century House, 1971. HC. good w/good dustjacket (hardcover) EX-LIB with usual markings. B&W and color illustrations. EXLIB WITH USUAL MARKINGS. Part of "The Library of Victorian Culture." The first study of Louis Prang, who in the late 1800s brought artistic sensitivity to the masses producing expensive museum-livel chromo-art copies for the home. Over shadowed by Currier and Ives, Prang introduced Art Education into the American Public Schools and developed the needed instruction books and supplies. Publishers know his as "Father of the Christmas Card." An interesting study of an interesting man and his work, this volume should be in the library of ephemera collectors. 192pp.


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