Homage to Greece, Katerina Wilczynski, H.M. Andrews, 1964
Homage to Greece, by Katerina Wilczynski. Edited by H.M. Andrews. The book comprises a collection of the artist's drawings of Greece, both printed in black and white and as tipped in colour plates, which are paired with related texts on Greece by many different writers spanning Classical works to modern times. Includes Thackeray, Euripedes, Thucydides, Lawrence Durrell, Robert Graves and Albert Camus, amongst many others. A most attractive book.
Provenance; from the library of the late William St Clair (1937 - 2021), British historian, academic and author. Signed to fits free endpaper by him. With a minor pencil annotation by him. Please see our other listings for related works.
Published by Macmillan & Co Ltd, London, 1964. First edition.
A very good green cloth hardback with gilt lettering to spine. Some bumping and wear to extremities.
Text is bright and clean and in very good condition throughout. Soundly bound. Beautiful illustrations. One minor corner crease to first tipped in plate (frontispiece).
Text in English.
xiv + 125pp (includes illustrations and 8 tipped in plates).
Weight approximately 1.22kg unpacked.
Dimensions: Approximately 318mm high x 254mm wide x 22mm deep.