A 1914 edition of American Art by American Artists: One Hundred Masterpieces Representing the Best Work in Pen-and-Ink and in Color of Twenty-seven Celebrated American Artists. A brief biographical sketch with a small sepia portrait of each of the twenty-seven artists whose works are portrayed in this volume is featured on the title page. Each of the titled works is printed on heavy paper. Multiple works by each artist are presented in this volume including eleven Maxfiled Parrish selections.
|Title and Author/Editor:||American Art by American Artists: One Hundred Masterpieces Representing the Best Work in Pen-and-Ink and in Color of Twenty-seven Celebrated American Artists|
|Genre:||Art, Architecture and Photography|
|Illustrator:||Various illustrators including Frederic Remington, Jessie Willcox Smith, Charles Dana Gibson, Maxfield Parrish, W . Alyward among others.|
|Type of Illustration:||Halftone Relief|
|Binding:||Blue cloth covered boards with metal post binding.|
|Publisher:||P. F. Collier & Son|
|Place of Publication:||New York|
|Number of Books:||1|
- damage to cover and and left border not affecting the work.
- soiling to cover, loss of spine material, fraying and bumped corners.
- chipping to edge of several plates.
- one plate has pencil markings.
- would benefit from rebinding.