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Interesting but seriously under-promising, the cover of this guidebook (circa 1955) does little to prepare you for what's inside. Each section starts with an illustrated divider page, beautifully illustrated by Michel Bouchaud.
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20 October 2010 in Books, Lost in (the loft) Space | Permalink
Beautiful illustrations. I was just researching 1950s style illustration yesterday. Just how many books have you 'lost in the loft space?'
Gerry Simons |
20 October 2010 at 10:36 AM
I'm sure this was the artist for my favourite children's books, also mid-late 1950s. It's a wonderful style -- and what a great guidebook!
Catherine Clark |
21 October 2010 at 11:32 AM
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