HUMAN FACE OF THE BOOK TRADE: PRINT CULTURE AND ITS CREATORS.
Isaac, Peter and Barry McKay (editors).
First edition. These thirteen scholarly essays on the history of the book trade are the latest and third volume in the PRINT NETWORKS series of publications. The original papers were presented at the annual "Seminars on the British Book Trade." The essays covered include Paul Morgan's "Henry Cotton and W. H. Allnutt: Two Pioneer Book-Trade Historians," David Stoker's "The Country Book Trade," Warren McDougall's "Charles Elliot and the London Booksellers in the Early Years," Philip Henry Jones' "Scotland and the Welsh-Language Book Trade during the Second Half of the 19th Century," Brenda Scragg's "William Ford, Manchester Bookseller," and Barry McKay's "Niche Marketing in the 19th Century," among others.
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LES ARCHIVES DE L'IMPRESSIONNISME: LETTRES DE RENOIR, MON...
by Venturi, Lionello
Text in French. Reprint of 1939 edition published by Durand-Ruel, Paris and New York, 1939. A collection of letters and documents produced by major Impressionist painters. Introductory essay surveys the development of Impressionism and the lives of Impressionist painters from the first manifestations of Impressionism into the early 20th century. Organized chronologically by painter. Indices of names and illustrations. Black and white plates.