A detailed fully illustrated catalogue of all British sculptural works in the Lady Lever. The first Lord Leverhulme was probably the single most important patron of British sculpture made around 1900, particularly the so-called ‘New Sculpture’. The Lady Lever Art Gallery consequently has one of the finest British collections of sculpture of that period. 14 colour illustrations, 71 black and white illustrations.
Format: 112pp paperback
Publisher: National Museums & Galleries on Merseyside (1999)
ISBN: 0906 367 980
Dimensions: 190 x 245 x 10mm
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