49 pp. 1 colour plate. 35 b/w illustrations. Contents include : "Bruegel the Greatest Realist". "The Artist in Society" - Helen Rosenau. "Skopje" - Photographs by Barry Kirk and Kenneth Baynes. "Poems" - Ray Durgnat and Gerald Nason. "If the People be with us, who can be against us?" - William Wilkins. "Environment for Intolerance" - Story by Kenneth Baynes. "City Notes : Part II" - Lionel Brett. "Josef Herman - Paintings" . "Hancocks Half-Hour" - A script by Alan Simpson and Ray Galton. Also includes book reviews and b/w period advertising. Internally clean and unmarked. Sound binding. Bumps to corners affecting all pages. Front panel portrait of Tony Hancock by Feliks Topolski. Wraps are lightly soiled, shelf and edge worn with slightly creased bump at the head corner affecting all pages and a slight bump to the head of the spine resulting in surface cracks to the wraps. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: Ark 27 : Winter 1960-61. The Journal of the ...
Publisher: The Royal College of Art
Publication Date: 1960
Binding: Illustrated Wraps
Book Condition: Good
Edition: Art Journal
Book Description Royal College of Art, London, 1960. Soft cover. Book Condition: Very Good. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. Innovative and well-illustrated student magazine. Includes a text by Josef Herman, a script for Hancock's Half-Hour, and various articles on art and society.  p., ill. some colour. Slight shelf wear and bump to corner, no inscriptions. Photographs available on request. All books dispatched same or next working day in robust packaging. Bookseller Inventory # 009404