The Painter's Workshop

By: Constable, W. G

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London: Oxford University Press, 1954. XIV, 148 pages, + XXIV black-and-white plates at the rear of the book, indexed, with a reading list. Illustrated dust wrapper. The dust wrapper is chipped and edge worn along the top, with discoloration to the edges of the fold overs. The top edge of the book is browned, and the front edge lightly foxed, foxing on the preliminary few pages of the book itself. The author cover such topics as:- workshop organisation and equipment, the physical structure of a painting, painting processes: wax; pastels; watercolour, painting processes -- fresco, painting processes -- tempera, painting processes oil painting, and the restorer's contribution.. First Edition. Dark Red Cloth. Reasonable/Reasonable -- Price Clipped. Illus. by Various. Octavo - up to 9 ¾" Tall. Arts.

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