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Pen, pencil and chalk : a series of drawings by contemporary European artists / edited by Charles Holme.

Related Names: Chalat, Ned I. , former owner., Chalat, Joann , former owner., Rackham, Arthur 1867-1939, ill., Laurin, Carl G. 1868-1940., Levetus, A. S. , Singer, Hans Wolfgang b. 1867., Taylor, E. A. , Zilcken, Ph. 1857-1930., Salaman, Malcolm C. 1855-1940., Holme, Charles 1848-1923.
Language(s): English
Published: London; The Studio Ltd., 1911.
Subjects: Drawing.
Illustration of books.
Illustrated works.
Note: Advertisements: first grouping, [8] p., and on back cover.
"The Rackham illustrations, "The Norns," and "The Dragon Fafner," on p. 39 are from Siegfried."--Cf. Riall.
On front cover: "Special number of the International studio, winter 1911-1912."
Articles written by: Malcolm C. Salaman, Ph. Zilcken, E.A. Taylor, Dr. Hans W. Singer, A.S. Levetus, and Carl C. Laurin.
"First edition of, "Special Winter Number," of The Studio."--Cf. Riall.
"The Studio: an illustrated magazine of fine and applied art."--Verso of front cover.
Physical Description: [8], viii, 246 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 29 cm.
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