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The Art Of The Book: A Review Of Some Recent European And American Work In Typography, Page Decoration & Binding
Charles Holme, Bernard Henry Newdigate, Douglas Cockerell, Ludwig Deubner, E. A. Taylor, Amelia Sarah Levetus, August Brunius, William Dana Orcutt
"The Studio" ltd., 1914
Art; Typography; Art / Typography; Book ornamentation; Bookbinding; Printing; Type and type-founding
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Charles Holme was an English journalist and art critic, founding editor of The Studiofrom 1893. He published a series of books promoting peasant art in the first decades of the 20th century
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Book Description Barnes Noble, 1990. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX088029504X