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Edward Lear as a Landscape Draughtsman

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HARDCOVER

$21.00 • £16.95 • €19.00

ISBN 9780674239500

Publication Date: 01/01/1967

Short

188 pages

120 illustrations

Belknap Press

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  • 1. A Short Biography of Edward Lear
  • 2. The Tradition of Landscape Drawing That Lear Inherited
  • 3. Lear’s Technical Procedure in Landscape Draughtsmanship
  • 4. Development of the Artist as a Draughtsman
  • 5. The Relation of Lear’s Drawing to His Painting
  • 6. An Estimate of Lear as a Landscape Draughtsman
  • 7. The Growth in Appreciation of Lear’s Landscape Drawings
  • 8. Present Status of Lear Collections
  • 9. A Short Bibliography of Works Relating to Lear’s Landscape Drawings
  • List of Plates
  • Plates

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