From the early pottery animals made in
Staffordshire in the eighteenth century to the fine iron work of the
country blacksmiths on old signs, from seaside ornaments to
greetings cards, from Coronation mugs to roundabouts - popular art
varies infinitely in shape, size and quality. In this absorbing book
the author, who is also a well-known artist, takes the various kinds
of popular art as he finds them, regardless of the degree of skill
or artistry involved.
Features fairground art significantly.
Condition: Very good. Library stamp
to rear of title page. Please note that the condition of this book
is better than that shown in the image above.