London.: William Heinemann.
Reprint; Published Date: 1930; First Published: 1921
16 coloured plates; 12 b/w plates.
260 x 180 mm (10 x 7 inches) - viii,149pp.
Black/gilt hardback cloth cover.
G : in Good condition without dust jacket. Spine sunned and some soiling to boards. Fep creased, otherwise contents G+.
Aldin is best known for portraying animals and rural life. He became Master of the South Berkshire Foxhounds, and is remembered as a leading spirit in the renaissance of British sporting art. Inns illustrated include The Spread Eagle in Midhurst, The George Inn in Salisbury, The Mermaid Inn in Rye, The Mitre in Oxford, The Bell in Stilton, The Five Gables in Stratford-upon-Avon, and The Chequers Inn in Tonbridge.
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