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An outline of English painting / by R.H. Wilenski
Bib ID 1583378
Format BookBook
Author
Wilenski, R. H. (Reginald Howard), 1887-1975
 
Edition New ed. 
Description London : Faber, [1946] 
75 p., 16 p. of plates : ill., col. front. ; 23 cm. 
Notes

"Written originally in 1933 as a guide to the 1934 exhibition of British art at Burlington house. This new edition is recast on different lines and forms a companion volume to the author's larger work, English painting" -- Pref.

Subjects Painting -- England -- History.

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