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Turner, Aspects of British Art.

Turner, Aspects of British Art.

Turner, W.J. ed. Aspects of British Art. London, Collins, 1947. Octavo. 324 pages. Original Hardcover with dustjacket in protective Mylar. Very good condition with only minor signs of external wear.

Walter James Redfern Turner (13 October 1889– 18 November 1946) was an Australian-born, English-domiciled writer and critic. Born in South Melbourne, the son of a church musician – organist at St Paul’s Cathedral – and a warehouseman, Walter James Turner, and a woman of long golden hair, Alice May (née Watson), he was educated at Carlton State School, Scotch College and the Working Men’s College. In 1907 he left for England to pursue a career in writing. But today, although Turner produced several novels and plays, as well as books of poems, his reputation rests on his musical biographies of Mozart, Beethoven and Berlioz. During the Second World War, he edited a number of volumes about English culture. On 18 November 1946 he died at Hammersmith of a cerebral thrombosis. (Wikipedia).

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Turner, Aspects of British Art.
Turner, Aspects of British Art.