On imitative art, its principles and progress : with preliminary remarks on beauty, sublimity, and taste / by Thomas H. Dyer ...
- London : George Bell and Sons, 1882.
[London] : Chiswick Press, C. Whittingham and Co.
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- xi, , 392 pages ; 23 cm
- Rare Books and ManuscriptsN7425 .D94 1882Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon FundAccessible by request in the Study Room [Request]
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- BAC: British Art Center copy is the author's annotated copy, with his occasional manuscript notes. A photograph of Dyer is pasted to the verso of the half-title. Has laid in contemporary reviews of the book from the St. James' Gazette and the British Quarterly. Bound in publisher's brown cloth. Publisher's advertisements, 24 pages at end, not included in pagination.
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Dyer, Thomas Henry, 1804-1888, On imitative art, its principles and progress , 1882
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