Married to a Single Life: An Autobiography 1901-1938 and Slow on the Feather: Further Autobiography 1938-1959, Two Volumes

Blunt, Wilfrid
Publication Date 1983
Publisher Michael Russell,
Binding Hardback
Condition Near fine, bright set in very good dust wrappers
SKU 20541
Notes Very clean, bright and neat.


Hardback. Two volumes of autobiography, both first editions. Wilfrid Blunt was an art teacher, author, artist and curator of the Watts Gallery at Compton, Surrey. He was also the older brother of the art historian and spy Anthony Blunt. Enclosed are two original colour photos of Blunt [at home?] in envelope. On the envelope is inscribed "2 photos Wilfred Blunt (d. Jan 86) c Nov. 1985 Given to us by Richard Jefferies Curator of the Watts Gallery. Compton in July 1988". Jefferies was Blunt’s successor at the gallery.
Price: £36.00
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