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London: Trefoil Books in association with the Henry Moore Centre for the study of sculpture, Leeds city Art Gallery, 1982. 900 g; 216 pages, with catalogue references, bibliography and index. Illustrated throughout with black-and-white photographs, (139) plus a frontispiece of the artist besides his statue of Alfred, Lord Tennyson. Family tree of the artist on the front end pages and rear end pages. Photographic illustrated dustjacket. The dustjacket has a 2 inch tear at the top right and top left of the rear panel, a suggestion of fading on the spine section, and some spotting of the top edge. A picture can be provided to help assess condition. The author, Hamo Thornycroft's daughter has drawn extensively on his letters and diaries, now in her possession, as well as contemporary photographs of her own and her family's memories of her father, to give an unusually personal perspective to this account of his life and art. The Catalogue, prepared jointly by the author and Benedict Read with the assistance of Elisabeth Darby includes all Thornycroft's name work." -- Front fold over blurb. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. Illus. by Photographic. Quarto -- up to 12 " Tall. Biography -- Sculptor.