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The Art of Walter Crane
 
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Paul G. Konody
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The Art of Walter Crane

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This was written on the work of Walter Crane during his lifetime. It includes a note by Walter Crane disavowing his sanction or approval of its contents. The plates are superb, both in color and black and white. Included are sketches from Crane's unpublished notebooks.
Published 1902 by George Bell & Sons
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Anna
Jun 19, 2009 Anna rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: comics enthusiasts
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The first chapter is "Art and Socialism" written from what is, for me, the delightfully refreshing viewpoint of the early 20th century, well before the dialectic resulting from WWI, WWII, the Cold War, etc. In discussing Crane's development as an artist, Konody writes sincerely and from his own understanding. There is no dryness or pretentiousness. The images from some of Crane's unpublished journals are delightful. The color plates are superb and the black and white plates are illuminating by ...more
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