A good, clean copy of "Looking at Pictures", by Kenneth Clark, first published by John Murray of London in 1960, this copy issued by Readers Union in association with the publisher and dated London 1962. The author, Baron Clark of Saltwood, one of Britain's foremost Art Historians, did much to introduce the fine arts to a wider public, not only through his writing, but also via the medium of television, at that time regarded as something of a novelty within the art world. Essential reading for every student of the arts. Hard covers, Large format, 199 pages, erudite academic text accompanied by 75 monochrome and 6 full colour plates.
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