London, Collins, 1950. 1st Edition Folio 360 x 270mm. 188pp with 134 illustrations . Hardcover in blue cloth bindings with gilt title to spine and front board. With protected dust jacket and plain card slipcase in near fine condition. Some minor foxing to dust jacket otherwise no markings or faults. Sir William Russell Flint, throughout his long professional life, has made for his own satisfaction many drawings of favourite models, scenes and subjects. Only one of the 134 has been exhibited previously. The descriptive notes were written by Sir William himself and must be, as he says in some degree revelations of the working artist's mind. As such they [provide absorbing evidence for those interested in the process of creative activity; beyond this, they are excellent reading for all who find pleasure in the drawings and are interested in the incidents and memories connected with them. This volume is the result of several years of co-operation between artist, publisher and printer. The drawings are produced by photogravure and the text set in Fontana. Weighs over 1kg therefore shipping will cost more than the default setting. Bookseller Inventory # 001753 Postage to be agreed.