27 October 2016, 10:30 BST
London, United KingdomLive Auction
Lot 200: Harding (J.D.) - Elementary Art, or, the(40 views)
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Description: Use of the Chalk and Lead Pencil Advocated and Explained , fifth edition, 23 lithographed plates, engraved illustrations , c.1880 § Turner's Liber Studiorum , 24 autotype plates , 1870 § Warner ( Sir George) Queen Mary's Psalter: Miniatures and Drawings by an English Artist of the 14th Century , collotype illustrations , 1912 § Flint (Sir William Russell) Drawings, illustrations, many colour , 1950 § Lindsay (Lionel) A.J. Munnings, R.A.: Pictures of Horses and English Life, plates, many colour, some pasted in, ownership inscription of George Soper to title, contents separating a little , 1927, each but fourth foxing and soiling, third mostly to peripheral ff., each but first hinges pulling, fourth half morocco, else original cloth, first rebacked, third t.e.g., last g.e., second worn at spine ends and fore corners, both boards with splits running head to foot, others rubbed ; and 11 others, similar, v.s. (17) George Soper (1870-1942), painter and printmaker; his principal subject rural life.
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