Series: Modern Masters of Etching

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Frank Brangwyn, R.A, First Volume by Malcolm C. Salaman1
James McBey by James McBey2
Anders Zorn by Anders Zorn3
Sir D.Y. Cameron, R.A by Sir David Young Cameron7
Marius Bauer Modern Masters of Etching by Malcolm C. Salaman8
Edmund Blampied (Modern Masters of Etching. no. 10.) by Edmund Blampied10
Modern Masters of Etching Number Ten - Edmund Blampied by M C Salaman10
Modern Masters of Etching 11: Sir Francis Seymour Haden P.R.E by Malcolm C. Salaman11
Modern Masters of Etching, no.14. Charles Meryon by Malcolm C. Salaman14
Modern Masters of Etching (16) William Walcot, R.E. by William Walcot16
E.S. Lumsden by E.S. Lumsden17
H.Rushbury. Modern Masters of Etching. No 18. by Malcolm C. Salaman18
Modern Masters of Etching, No. 22: L.C. Rosenberg, A.R.E. by L.C. Rosenberg22
Arthur Briscoe Masters of Etching #23 by Malcolm C. Salaman23
Modern Masters of Etching W. Russell Flint, A.R.A. [No. 27] by Malcolm C. [editor] and W. Russell Flint Salaman27
Frank Brangwyn, R.A, Second Volume by Malcolm C. Salaman30
C. R. W. Nevinson by C. R. W. Nevinson31

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