MARINE PAINTINGS and DRAWINGS IN THE PEABODY MUSEUM

By: Brewington, M. V. &

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The Peabody Museum of Salem, Salem Massachussetts Limited edition of 1600 copies. 1st Edition in this format. 1981. 1,500 illustrations, 60 in colour. Includes every painting reieved by the museun from 1799 to 1966. Included are Chinese and Japanese Marine Artists and 1,961 named echers watercolourists and painters. Without doubt this is the most comprehesive photographic volume of the maritime painters of the world. Its strength tends towards the 18th and 19th century artists. Illustrated dust jacket, which is nicked and torn. Bound in green cloth covered end board bindings. 535pp. 290 mm x 220 mm.

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