By: [Wyeth, N. C.]; Irving, Washington

Price: $65.00

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: VG+

C4to (10 x 7 ½). pp. [xiv], 86. Dark brown embossed cloth boards with titled illustrated paper onlay by N. C. Wyeth and titles stamped in gold on spine. Color Frontis. With tissue guard, 7 full page color plates, color illustrated end papers and numerous B/W vignette drawings and decorations in the Arts & Crafts style by N. C. Wyeth. t.e.g. Very Good+ condition with unopened pages and some light rubbing to the background of the cover paper onlay and the top of the spine titles. A beautiful, bright and clean copy. Newell Convers (N. C.) Wyeth (1882-1945) was a student of Howard Pyle, and a member of the Brandywine School of illustration, known for their subtle and dramatic use of light in illustrations. He was the patriarch of a family of artists that included his son, Andrew, and his grandson, Jamie.


Author Name: [Wyeth, N. C.]; Irving, Washington

Illustrator: Wyeth, N.C.

Categories: Adventure, Arts & Crafts Movement, Children's Book,

Edition: First Thus

Publisher: Philadelphia, David McKay Company: (1921)

Binding: Cloth

Book Condition: VG+

Seller ID: 45

Keywords: N C Wyeth, Howard Pyle, Washington Irving, Brandywine, Arts & Crafts