1st edition; signed
"A superb read. While this book certainly defines the Walters, it goes much further...it best addresses the nature of post-Civil War art collecting. It speaks of the rise to wealth, power, and position of a whole class of entrepreneurs in the post-Civil War period and addresses the entire historic, economic, and social life ob Baltimore in the mid- and late nineteenth century." --William H. Gerdts, City University of New York, author of American Impressionism
1999, William R. Johnston, 309 pages, hardcover with dustjacket
black and white and color images
good condition (slight water damage which caused some bleeding of the frontispiece onto title page)
This is a secondhand book sold on consignment through the Museum Store. Discounts, including members', cannot be used on consignment items.