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Rogers, Meyric Reynold, 1893-. Milles, Carl, 1875-1955.

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About this title: Synopsis: Carl Milles: An Interpretation of His Work, ISBN: 0804617074, by Rogers, Meyric R. .The present volume, with over 225 b&w illustrations, covers Swedish sculptor Carl Milles' best work from the earliest monuments up to the Meeting of the Waters Fountain.

About this title: Synopsis: Carl Milles: An Interpretation of His Work, ISBN: 0804617074, by Rogers, Meyric .New Haven Yale University Press 1948. Very Heavy book, weighs 7 pounds. Brief essays give the paths by which he has attained his complete expression, an analytical summary of the sources and quality of his work, and an estimate of its significance in the art of our time. from the jacket flap. Bibliographic Details.

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S3 K5 Rogers, Meyric R. New Haven: Yale University Press, NB793. M6 R7 Verneuil, M. P. Carl Milles, sculpteur suédois; suivi de deux études: Bildhauer Carl Milles. Paril, Bruxelles: Les Éditions van Oest, ART. VER COLLECTIONS Newell Hillis Arnold Papers ( ) Carl Milles was Hillis Arnold s teacher and mentor while Arnold studied at the Cranbrook Academy of Art.

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Biographical note and essays on Milles' stylistic development and technique illustrated with 163 b/w photographic plates of his work.

Rogers, Meyric R. Carl Milles An Interpretation of His Work. Yale University Press, New Haven 1940 - Lg. 4to. 73, 163 pp. Dark red cloth with d/j. Biographical note and essays on Milles' stylistic development and technique illustrated with 163 b/w photographic plates of his work. Very small tear in dust jacket, otherwise fine.

Carl Milles: An Interpretation of His Work, ISBN: 0804617074, by Rogers, Meyric R. . New Haven Yale University Press 1948. Very Heavy book, weighs 7 pounds. 73 pp, foreword, acknowledgments, preface to the Second Printing; biographical chronology; biographical notes; Milles' Stylistic Development; The Sources of Milles' Style; Notes on Milles' Technique; List of Works Illustrated; Illustration Plates 1-163; note on medals, bibliography, check list of Milles' principal works, alphabetical index to check list, place index to check list. Second Printing, January, 1948. "The present volume, with over 225 b&w illustrations, covers Swedish sculptor Carl Milles' best work from the earliest monuments up to the Meeting of the Waters Fountain. Brief essays give the paths by which he has attained his complete expression, an analytical summary of the sources and quality of his work, and an estimate of its significance in the art of our time." from the jacket flap.