14 June 2006
SHIPP, Horace. Edward Seago. Painter in the English Tradition. London: Collins, 1952
4°. Coloured frontispiece and plates by Edward Seago, some coloured. Original cloth with facsimile signature stamped in white on upper cover, dust-jacket (small piece torn away from upper wrapper, a few tears). THE FRONT FREE ENDPAPER INSCRIBED, 'The Princess Margaret, with my humble duty, Edward Seago, July 1956.'
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