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The life & art of William Strutt, 1825-1915 / Heather Curnow
Bib ID 1821148
Format BookBook
Author
Curnow, Heather, 1941-
 
Description Martinborough, N.Z. : Alister Taylor, 1980 
259 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 34 x 45 cm. 
ISBN 0908578180
Notes

Issued in a case (37 x 48 cm.)

The colored ill. are plates mounted on blank leaves included in the pagination.

Published in a limited ed. of 1500 copies, numbered by hand, and certified.

Includes index.

Bibliography: p. 248-253.

Subjects Strutt, William, - 1825-1915.  |  Painters - England - Biography.  |  New Zealand in art.  |  Australia - In art.
Other authors/contributors Strutt, William, 1825-1915
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Life and art of William Strutt, 1825-1915

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