1949 3rd Impression: Painting as a Pastime, by Winston S. Churchill


Painting as a Pastime is a collection of essays discussing Churchill’s personal experience with painting as a hobby and the benefits it can bring to one’s life.

The book is a vintage hardcover with gilt lettering on the cover and spine. It is in very good condition, with only slight fading and foxing on the edges. The book is well bound and contains 18 colored plates, making it a valuable addition to any art lover’s collection.

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Painting as a Pastime, by Winston S. Churchill, published by Odhams Press Limited, London, 1949, Third Impression (originally published in 1948). 32 pages + 18 colored plates.

The essay “Painting as Pastime” is reprinted from Mr. Churchill’s book Thoughts and Adventures (1932), where is appeared as two separate essays entitled “Hobbies” and “Painting as Pastime”.

Cloth hardcover volume with gilt lettering on cover and spine. Some fading to cover boards and spine. Very slight foxing on edges. No writing or other markings. Well bound. The boo is in very good condition.

Weight .2 kg
Dimensions 22 × 15 × 1 cm



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