First Edition (1931). Published by A. & C. Black Ltd., London. The book is in very good condition, with its dust jacket and minimal tears or damage. The book contains many illustrations, including 12 full page colour plates, as well as black and white illustrations that sit alongside the text. 

 

Hugh Thomson was one of the most charming of early twentieth century gift book illustrators, capturing the nostalgic charm of yesteryear better than anyone. While he is not as popular these days as Dulac and Rackham, he should not be dismissed as just an illustrator of pretty or cutesy scenes. This book shows he was far more versatile and accomplished than commonly thought as well.

Hugh Thomson - His Art, His Letters, His Humour & His Charm by M.H. Spielmann

£25.00Price
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