AN INTRODUCTION TO BRITISH MARINE PAINTING

By: Warner Oliver

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B.T. Bastard Ltd London 1948. 1st Edition. This was the first book published devoted to British Marine Painting. In treatment it is both a pioneer survey of its subject and, so far as the illustrations go, a pictorial anthology of it. The text follows the course of British marine art from the seventeenth century to the present (1948). It includes notes on such masters as Samuel Scott, Brooking, Corm, Boning ton, Cotan, Turner, Constable, Cox, Whistler, McTaggart, Steer, Ravillios and many other artists including contemporaries. Sixty Five whole page plates in b&w plus one colour. Plus 45 pp text. Tatty dust jacket. Slightly soiled foxed front end paper otherwise good condition. Grey cloth covered end boards. 255 mm x 190 mm.

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