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Description Small closed tears to DJ and signs of wear. Light marking to page edges, but overall the pages are free from notes and tightly bound. Book and dust jacket in good condition. A uniquely comprehensive g... more

Description A2 (59x42cm) Poster . Watercolour on board of a scene in the gardens at Dyffryn House, South Wales by Edith Helena Adie. Adie was born in London and studied at the Slade School of Art and the Royal Ac... more

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AdvantagesInternational students and extremely good tutors

DisadvantagesNot in Central London

...Applying to Art School? Then I assume you have read most of the information on Central St. Martins, Goldsmiths, probably Glasgow, and maybe even Liverpool; but have you considered wombling off to Wimbledon? If not, then let me tell you of a few of the pros and cons of Wimbledon School of Art ( which is accredited by the University of London). There are two main buildings at Wimbledon...

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AdvantagesExcellent faculty, facilities, hoppin' city

Disadvantagesprice- (no others)

...As an artist, having gone through various art 'programs', I found The School of the Art Institute of Chicago amongst the best of the best. Upon high school graduation, I went off to the Maryland Institute, College of Art, in Baltimore, MD/ USA. That was an intense program, a very solid foundation, (I was there for 2 yrs.) for drawing and painting, along with sculpture and literature too. However...

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AdvantagesInteresting portrait of London's creative spirit in the 18th century

DisadvantagesMore for the specialist reader

...milestone is something for which the English might arguably take credit, the same cannot be said for painting and the visual arts. At the start of the period there was no native tradition. London printsellers sold many more imported prints than English ones, while the most important artists working in the country, among them Peter Lely, Adriaen Van de Velde, Jean-Baptiste Vanloo and the wood carver...

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