| Ref: BK005|
Ratcatcher to Scarlet by Cecil Aldin
Eyre & Spottiswoode, London, 1927.
Book Condition: Good. Second printing. Quarto. pp: (iv), 123; frontispiece and 15 duotone plates, other illustrations in the text.
Bound in black cloth, red lettering and head of fox on spine and cover, top edges gilt.
10.75" x 7.75".
| Ref: BK004|
Mrs Ticklers Caravan by Cecil Aldin
Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1931.
Hard Cover. Book Condition: Fair.
pictorial boards. colour illustrations by CECIL ALDIN.
wear to outer edges, inner pages has light foxing.
| Ref: BK003|
Dogs of Character by Cecil Aldin
Eyre & Spottiswoode, London, 1928. Cloth.
Book Condition: Fair. No Jacket.
Cecil Aldin (illustrator). 2nd Impression September 1928.
116pp with half-tone plates and drawings in text. Rather worn copy with some fade and spotting to spine, a little fade to front and some faint marks, previous owners name and date to f.endpaper. Internally clean .
Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.
| Ref: BK002|
A Parson's Son by Michael Lyne
London: Allan & Co., 1974. First edition. No. 314 of a limited edition of 750 copies signed by the author.
| Ref: BK001|
Foxes and Physic by Geoffrey Sparrow
Hardback book with no dustcover.
Published in 1962 1st edition.
Colour plate inside page
Numberous other black & white Illustrations by the aurthor/
Conditin: Accetable reading copy
Published by: J.A. Allen
OUT OF STOCK
| Ref: BK999|
Snaffles Catalogue Raisonne
This is the ultiamte Snaffles catalogue. It contains all the prints her published, with dates, dimensions and descriptions. Also has an excellent account of his life and works.
| Ref: BK015|
An Exhibition of the art of Lionel Edwards 1878-1966 Book
This is catalogue of the works of Lionel Edwards, which were exhibited at The Tryon Gallery in 2008. It consists of 45 pages, each with a colour illustrated picture. It is a great record of Lionel Edwards works.
| Ref: BK023|
The Life and Works of Sir Alfred Munnings
This is the latest work on Munnings and was produced for The National Horseracing Museum's exhibition
which ran between April 18th and November 4th 2007.
A good background read if you are thinking of seeing the new Munnings film "Summer in February".
It consists of 30 full colour pages in A4 size. It has 80 colour images of his works and numbers other black and white photographs of him and his subjects.
It is a well written and informative catalogue, chronologically going through his life.
This catalogue is a must for all hunting and racing households.
"Sir Alfred Munnings is regarded now as one of the greatest sporting artists of all time and his equestrian portraits and racing scenes have influenced many of today's young painters. He is one of the few artists who also achieved recognition, fame and fortune in his own lifetime and, as a consequence, he received countless prestigious commissions from al over the world. Today, his original paintings and drawings are collected worldwide and fetch seven figure sums at auction."
| Ref: BK98006|
Cecil Aldin's Art - Exhibition Catalogue 1990
Published by The British Sporting Art Trust in 1990. Forward by Nick Potter. Biography by Roy Heron. Two A4 pages of the forward by The Cecil Aldin expert Nick Potter, of Nick Potter Ltd, London. Four A4 pages of his Biography by Roy Heron. Both give a really good feel for the artist and a good depth of knowledge of his work.