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Author Name    SPIELMAN, M.H. and G.S. Layard

Title   Life and Work of Kate Greenaway

Binding   Hardcover

Book Condition   Very Good in Very Good dust wrapper

Size   301 pages

Publisher   London Bracken Books c1905,1986

ISBN Number    0946495793 / 9780946495795

Seller ID   2359

Spine head lightly bumped, no binding problems, pages clean and bright. Two small indentations on back cover with corresponding marks on rear dust wrapper panel. Dust wrapper, not price cut, is lightly rubbed and faintly edgeworn. A nice copy of a lovely book. ; Illustrated with colour and b&w drawings and photographs this biography was written four years after her death by two of Miss Greenway's friends. It is a loving tribute to one of the best loved and enduring of all illustrators. She was a great friend of John Ruskin's and much of her correspondence with him is included in this book. She was also an admirer of Edward Burne-Jones's work.

British Artist Illustrator Country Life Children's Books England John Ruskin Correspondence Greenway,Kate

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