The King of the Golden River.
NY: William Edwin Rudge, 1930. Octavo. (65)pp. One of fifty copies, containing an ALS from Ruskin tipped-in to a front flyleaf, and signed by the artist below the caption to the frontispiece. In addition to the frontispiece are five additional engravings by Horvath, all full-page and all evincing a keen eye for shadows and atmosphere, a particularly relevant talent to apply to Ruskin's tale of fancy and deceit. Bound in black boards with gilt titling to spine, and housed in original dropback box, generally soiled. Near fine. Bookplate of Margaret and Elwood Feldstein to front paste-down. Item #32021
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