Books Worth Reading
My Books, 1919, by Honor C APPLETON (Artist. UK, 1879-1951). From Blackie's Children's Annual, 1921 ed.
only slightly messy, and roughly 74 percent accurate story of how an idea churns through the publishing process just like—as a publisher we once knew put it—a rat travels through an anaconda. Don’t think too much about that analogy. Just enjoy this flowchart that takes you from a brilliant idea to a best-selling trade book. And stop asking your mother embarrassing questions.
Gertrude und Ursula Falke. 1906. Rudolf Dührkoop (1848-1918). Influenced by the artistic ambitions of Pictorialism and a general climate of interest in art, Dührkoop, now a professional, showed his work for the first time at the 1899 Hamburg Exhibition. Encouraged by winning a gold medal, he rapidly developed a freer style of portraiture. Dührkoop’s landscapes, and even more so his portraits, taken in natural light and in domestic settings, earned him fame and recognition.
Gertrude und Ursula Falke. Portrett, Gertrude og Ursula Falke. 1906
Home Library with Vintage Books Collection! Love....
great father/son pic w
Readers in trees by Toni Demuro