Book Description

Written by the sister of the artist, both members of a Handsworth, Birmingham family, and originally published in wrappers. Born in 1878, a suffragette in her twenties, Amy Morgan based much of her work on eminent women, Joan of Arc, Zenobia, Cleopatra, Dido, and on the writings of Chaucer, Browning and the Book of the Dead, and Greek Art.
Dealer Notes
Author Price, Maud
Date 1928/9
Binding Hard cover. Blue cloth. Contrasting title label lettered in gilt to spine.
Publisher The Author's Advisory Service, London.
Illustrator Frontispiece portrait + 130 plates (black and white line art).
Condition Small area of abrasion to fore edge of title page. Slight cockling of some pages. Light edge wear to the cloth. New endpapers.
Pages pp.(viii)+116. 21.5cm.

Price: £50.00

Offered by Peter Moore

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