How to study pictures : by means of a series of comparisons of paintings and painters from Cimabue to Monet, with historical and biographical summaries and appreciations of the painters' motives and methods / by Charles H. Caffin

Title

How to study pictures : by means of a series of comparisons of paintings and painters from Cimabue to Monet, with historical and biographical summaries and appreciations of the painters' motives and methods / by Charles H. Caffin

Publisher

New York : The Century Co., 1905

Date

1905

Format

Physical Description

xv, 513 p. : plates, ports. fold. table ; 22 cm

Note

"A brief bibliography of books on art readily procurable" : p. 481-483
Inscribed: "No book is worth anything, which is not worth much. Ruskin (Sesame and Lilies)"; "Art is not the bread indeed, but it is the wine of life. Jean Paul Richter."; and "A.L.D [Ada L. Durell] from T.H.D. [Tristram Harry Durell] Xmas 1906"

Copies and Location

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DAVIDSON VAULTND 1143 .C4 19051992.007.0024