"With 8 plates in colour and 21 illustrations in black & white." List of [color] illustrations: The Pitt Press, Cambridge, water colour by George Belton Moore, c. 1835 -- The strange adventures of a dog-cart, colour lithographs by Randolph Caldecott from his Last 'Graphic' Pictures, 1888 -- Children's illustrated books, Kate Greenaway's Marigold Garden, 1885 -- The first revival of the "chap-book" style, hand coloured woodcuts by Joseph Crawhall from Isaac Walton His Wallet Booke, 1885 -- The painter as illustrator, coloured woodcut by William Nicholson: the barmaid from W. Henley's London Types, 1898 -- The painter as illustrator, colour-stencilled drawing by Paul Nash, 1932, for Sir Thomas Browne's Urne Buriall -- A Modern technique, linocut by M.R.H. Farrar for the Nonesuch press Comus, 1937 -- The painter as illustrator, colour lithograph by Eric Ravilious: chemist's shop at night from J.M. Richards' High Street, 1938. Includes bibliographical references (page 48).
RBC Green copy: Dust jacket. Part of the Archie Green Collection. For Archie Green's archival materials, see Southern Folklife Collection finding aid #20002.
46 pages, 2 unnumbered pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (some color), facsimiles ; 23 cm.