THE HEADLESS HORSEMAN, PIERRE LOMBART'S ENGRAVING, CHARLES OR CROMWELL? George Somes Layard.

THE HEADLESS HORSEMAN, PIERRE LOMBART'S ENGRAVING, CHARLES OR CROMWELL?

  • London: Philip Allan, 1922.
  • tall 8vo.
  • quarter cloth with paper-covered boards, leather spine label.
  • (xviii), 125, (7) pages

Price: $45.00  other currencies

Order Nr. 70039

Printed in an edition limited to 275 copies. Introduction by Campbell Dodgson, Keeper of Prints at the British Museum. Careful study of how Pierre Lombart (1613-1682) lifted the horse and rider from Van Dyck's painting of King Charles I. Under an Archway for his famous engraving of Cromwell on Horseback. Illustrated. With a short summary of the essential differences in the various states as appendix. Bookplate of previous owners on front pastedown endpaper. Soiling to covers, scratches on spine label, corners bumped.