Arts / Art- History / The Arts of Britain by Edwin Mullins Edwin Mullins           Phaidon  1983 : First edition hardcover in dust jacket: approximately 8 .5 x 11.25 inches tall: 288 pages including index: black and white and some colour illustration.  Synopsis:  This volume presents  the visual arts of  Britain, from prehistory to the present day; with detailed analysis of the work of generations of artists and craftsmen, architects and designers. 22 chapters by a team of academic,  erudite contributors include the following subjects:- painting, sculpture, architecture, ceramics, silver and jewellery, gardens and glass, textiles and furniture, archaeology, vocal, industrial design, modern studio crafts, but geography, book illustrations, clocks, weapons, and musical instrument.  The final section details Britain's contribution to the New World. Contents:- Preface.  by Edwin Mullins. Chapter 1.  Painting and Drawing by Edwin Mullins.  Chapter 2.  Photography by John Taylor.  Chapter 3.  Prints and Book Illustrations by Joyce Irene Whalley.  Chapter 4 Folk Art by James Ayres.  Chapter 5.  Architecture by JM Richards.  Chapter 6 Building in the Vernacular by James Ayres.  Chapter 7 Stained-Glass by David O'Connor.  Chapter 8.  Garden Designe by Arthur Hellyer. .  Chapter 9 Sculpture by Paul Williamson and Nicolas Penny.  Chapter 10.  Arms and Armour by G. N. Wilson.  Chapter  11.  Ceramics by Gay Blake Roberts.  Chapter 12.  Glass by Charles Hajdamach.  Chapter 13.  Textiles by Joan Allgrove MacDowell.  Chapter 14.  Jewellery by Anna Somers  Cocks.  Chapter 15.  Silver by Philip Glanville.  Chapter 16.  Furniture by Geoffrey Beard.  Chapter 17.  Clocks and Watches by Charles Aked.  Chapter 18.  Musical Instruments by Jeremy Montagu.  Chapter  19.  Modern Studio Crafts by Marigold Coleman.  Chapter 20.  Industrial Design by Stephen Bayley.  Chapter 21.  Early Britain by Barry Cunliffe .  Chapter 22 North America: the British Legacy by James Ayres.  Public Collections.  Bibliography.  Index.  Acknowledgements. Condition:  Overall very clean and good/almost as new                               used books
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  • Book Title: The Arts of Britain
  • Author: Edwin Mullins
  • ISBN: 071482285X
  • Publisher: Phaidon
  • Year Published: 1983
  • Our Normal Price: £27.50 GBP ($0.00 USD)
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  • Description: Phaidon 1983 : First edition hardcover in dust jacket: approximately 8 .5 x 11.25 inches tall: 288 pages including index: black and white and some colour illustration. Synopsis: This volume presents the visual arts of Britain, from prehistory to the present day; with detailed analysis of the work of generations of artists and craftsmen, architects and designers. 22 chapters by a team of academic, erudite contributors include the following subjects:- painting, sculpture, architecture, ceramics, silver and jewellery, gardens and glass, textiles and furniture, archaeology, vocal, industrial design, modern studio crafts, but geography, book illustrations, clocks, weapons, and musical instrument. The final section details Britain's contribution to the New World. Contents:- Preface. by Edwin Mullins. Chapter 1. Painting and Drawing by Edwin Mullins. Chapter 2. Photography by John Taylor. Chapter 3. Prints and Book Illustrations by Joyce Irene Whalley. Chapter 4 Folk Art by James Ayres. Chapter 5. Architecture by JM Richards. Chapter 6 Building in the Vernacular by James Ayres. Chapter 7 Stained-Glass by David O'Connor. Chapter 8. Garden Designe by Arthur Hellyer. . Chapter 9 Sculpture by Paul Williamson and Nicolas Penny. Chapter 10. Arms and Armour by G. N. Wilson. Chapter 11. Ceramics by Gay Blake Roberts. Chapter 12. Glass by Charles Hajdamach. Chapter 13. Textiles by Joan Allgrove MacDowell. Chapter 14. Jewellery by Anna Somers Cocks. Chapter 15. Silver by Philip Glanville. Chapter 16. Furniture by Geoffrey Beard. Chapter 17. Clocks and Watches by Charles Aked. Chapter 18. Musical Instruments by Jeremy Montagu. Chapter 19. Modern Studio Crafts by Marigold Coleman. Chapter 20. Industrial Design by Stephen Bayley. Chapter 21. Early Britain by Barry Cunliffe . Chapter 22 North America: the British Legacy by James Ayres. Public Collections. Bibliography. Index. Acknowledgements. Condition: Overall very clean and good/almost as new
  • Condition: Collectable- Very Good
  • Dustcover: Yes
  • Binding: Hardback
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