Masters of British Painting, 1800-1950.

New York: The Museum of Modern Art, 1956. 8vo, 160pp. 104 plates. Green paper over boards, gilt-stamped. Chipping to head and heel of spine. Edgewear. “Stanley J. Rose” in ink to front free endpaper. “Hennessey & Ingalls, Inc.” sticker to bottom corner of front pastedown. Very good. Includes a section on Blake with text and 5 illustrations (one in color). Introduction to the show by Andrew Carnduff Ritchie. Not in Bentley. One handwritten leaf of notes in ink along with 4 pages of typed notes loosely inserted, possibly by Kay Parkhurst, being scholarly notes on some Blake images. (Item Id: 100699)

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