The Studio Art Magazine, 1896. Number 35 February, 1896 to Number 38, May, 1896.
Founded in 1893 by Charles Holmes to promote fine and applied arts, The Studio was the preeminent art journal of the Arts and Craft movement. During the early years The Studio commissioned original graphic works that were included in its periodical magazine. Artists included Whistler, Pennell, Brangwyn, Riviere and others. Original graphics (as catalogued by Alan Wofsy Fine Arts) included in this volume are: The Old Harbour by E. W. Charlton (etching), Portrait by Norman Garstin (lithograph), Sea Scape by R.E. Goff (lithograph), Le Bourg de Perros-Guirrec by H. Riviere (colour xylograph), St Paul's Over Waterloo by Joseph Pennell
Many of the plates, and original graphics, are on heavy card stock embossed with the stamp of The Studio.
Book condition: Bound in faded green buckram, with gilt lettering and design. Corners bumped, spine faded with chipping/detachment top and bottom. Internally clean although some smudges on end papers and title page, with tissue guards covering many of the plates. Ex library with a library stamp on the back of the title page. Some tanning to page edges, but none affecting the artwork.