Mac Innes, M. J.
Title NATURE TO ADVANTAGE DRESS'D BEING A STUDY OF THE SISTER ARTS OF PAINTING, POETRY, & GARDENING AS PRACIS'D IN DIVERSE COUNTRIES OF EUROPE DURING THE YEARS 1700 TO 1800 WITH SOME REMARKS ON ARCHTECTURE AND INCLUDING THE TRUE PRINCIPLES OF TASTE & JUDGMENT The Whole Embellish'd with One Hundred and Two Elegant Plates Also a Glossary Explaining the Difficult and Obscure Words.
Edition First Edition
Publisher Mineapolis, MN Ross And Haines 1960
Seller ID 6955
This a textbook / coursebook used at the University of Minnesota for course titled "The Humanities in the Modern World I" in 1960. It was published by Ross and Haines of Minneapolis in a spiral binder with grey paper covers. The book is tall and thick. Though only 174 pages the paper is heavy. The interior pages are in a typed manuscript style. There are illustrations in black and white that are poor in quality - not sharp in tone. There is Glossary, Bibliography, and page cross reference for artists. The binding is tight - there is break in the plastic of the bottom comb with no loss of grip. The covers have a little soil. There is a soft vertical crease in the front cover. There is an area of darkenin on the first blank page. There is a touch of foxing on the fore-edges/front edges. (Foxing light brown spots - a chemical reaction to impurities in the paper or environmental contact. There is a small price sticker from the Minn Co-op. There are no marks or writing. ; 4to; 174 pages
Art Architecture Poetry Gardening Textbook