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By: BELL, Clive
Publisher: Chatto & Windus, London, 1931,:
Seller ID: 32804
BELL, Clive. An Account of French Painting. With 32 Illustrations. London: Chatto & Windus, 1931. First Edition. Pp 220. 8vo, tan cloth. "I want to express myself; and if I can put across a shade of meaning, convey a mental reservation, render the elevation of an eyebrow or the shrug of a shoulder by dropping into French, by using slang, or even by a pair of dashes, I shall not hesitate to do so." - from the foreword Chapters: Primitive, Italianate, Traditional, and The Great Age. Spine browned, else vg. 40.00 View more info
Publisher: Cecil Woolf, London, 1997, ISBN:1897967071:
Seller ID: 100270
BELL, Clive. Roger Fry : Anecdotes, for the Use of a Future Biographer, Illustrating Certain Peculiarities of the Late Roger Fry. Edited and Introduced by Diane F. Gillespie. London : Cecil Woolf, (1997). Pp. (4),5-31,(1). 8vo, stapled yellow illustrated card covers. Number 14 in the Bloomsbury Heritage series. Some faint pencil erasures, else very good. 25.00 View more info
By: BELL, Clive.
Publisher: Chatto & Windus, London, 1922,:
Seller ID: 105553
BELL, Clive. Since Cézanne. London: Chatto and Windus, 1922. First UK Printing. Pp. (8),1-,(2), frontispiece, + 7 leaves of black and white plates. Illustrated. 8vo, navy blue cloth with black lettered paper label to spine. Laing, Clive Bell: An Annotated Bibliography of the Published Writings,A6a. "Most of these Essays appeared in The New Republic and The Athenaeum: some, however, are reprinted from The Burlington Magazine, The New Statesm an, and Art and Decoration." - from the acknowledgement leaf. Contents: 1. Since Cézanne; 2. The Artistic Problem; 3. The Douanier Rousseau;... View more info
By: BELL, Clive.
Publisher: Chatto & Windus, London, 1928,:
Seller ID: 108719
BELL, Clive. Civilization : An Essay. London: Chatto & Windus, 1928. First Printing. Pp. (6),v-ix,(1),1-257,(1),(4) of ads at rear. 8vo, blue cloth with gilt lettering to spine. "An exact definition I do not hope to give: already I have outgrown that glorious certainty which enabled me in sixty thousand words to tell the world precisely what was art. Yet, as a British general might have stuck the butt end of his cane into a map of France, observing bluffly -- 'Your objective must be somewhere hereabouts', so I, perhaps,can make a smudge on the chart of general ideas and say -- 'Civilizatio... View more info