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An Outline of English Painting by R H Wilenski - First Edition - 1947 - from Ramblingsid's Books and Biblio.com

An Outline of English Painting

by R H Wilenski

Condition: Good/Poor


Faber and Faber, 1947 Faber and Faber, London, 1947, hb with d/w, 2nd impression, blue cloth boards with gilt titles to spine, head and foot of spine a little bumped, spine and edges of covers a little faded, pages tanned with age, a good sound binding, in a very tatty price clipped d/w [Box 17]


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