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[Read] ➵ Beresford Egan By Adrian Woodhouse – Women1.pro Sewn signatures printed on 130gsm acid free paper and bound by Bath Press in red wibalin cloth stamped in gold with silk ribbon marker and head and tailbands 79 black and white and 25 colour illustratSewn signatures printed on 130gsm acid free paper and bound by Bath Press in red wibalin cloth stamped in gold with silk ribbon marker and head and tailbands 79 black and white and 25 colour illustrations 750 numbered copies Adrian Woodhouse is a connoisseur of people and beautiful things A former editor of Londoner's Diary in the Evening Standard his previous books include Angus McBean Eighties In the Shade Vivien Leigh A Love Affair In Camera and Susie Cooper He now writes and lectures on the decorative arts and history and is currently completing an iconoclastic book on the Jacobean architect John Smithson Contents 'Beresford Egan' by Adrian Woodhouse 'A Bibliography' Colour Plates Black White Plates Acknowledgements Lis.

T of Illustrations Index to the EssayHailed as one of the few truly original British exponents of art déco Beresford Egan was an essential element of bohemian London for over fifty years He enjoyed a brief but dazzling career as draughtsman of decadence in the late 1920s early 1930s bursting upon artistic London aged twenty three with his brilliantly illustrated lampoon on the banning of Radclyffe Hall's notorious novel The Well Of Loneliness 1928 Over the next six years he produced illustrations and book covers of unparalleled beauty and ferocity for works by Aleister Crowley Pierre Louÿs and Charles Baudelaire He also illustrated his own novels and the monographs of his first wife the beautiful Catherine Bower AlcockThi.

beresford kindle egan mobile Beresford Egan PDFT of Illustrations Index to the EssayHailed as one of the few truly original British exponents of art déco Beresford Egan was an essential element of bohemian London for over fifty years He enjoyed a brief but dazzling career as draughtsman of decadence in the late 1920s early 1930s bursting upon artistic London aged twenty three with his brilliantly illustrated lampoon on the banning of Radclyffe Hall's notorious novel The Well Of Loneliness 1928 Over the next six years he produced illustrations and book covers of unparalleled beauty and ferocity for works by Aleister Crowley Pierre Louÿs and Charles Baudelaire He also illustrated his own novels and the monographs of his first wife the beautiful Catherine Bower AlcockThi.

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