(London): Tate Gallery, (1993),
First Edition. large octavo, wrappers. 127pp. Tate Gallery, Very fine. Item #10552
A monograph on J. M. W. Turner's vignettes, the "tiny and brilliant watercolors" which Turner produced to be engraved as illustrations in the 1830s for books by Walter Scott, Byron and Thomas Moore, as well as Milton and Bunyan and for which he was widely known during his lifetime. Illustrated in color and black and white. With a detailed index.