A Border of Beauty: Arthur Lismer's Pen and Pencil
Lismer's art and life and philosophy esp. during the years of family vacationseen through his pen and pencil sketches, the textual material taken from unpublished manuscripts, A personal portrait of the author by his daughter. his ideals, and his great and valuable contibution internationally as an art educationist. Above all, it is the story of a family.
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