A Wanderer in Holland

Lucas, E. V.. A Wanderer In Holland. London: Methuen & Co, [1905]. 309 pages. XI, 309, 40 p.. Third Edition.
Condition: Fine. Includes a 40 pages catalogue of books published by Methuen and Company, dated November 1905. Original red cloth with title and frieze in gold on the back.. Stamped Cloth. With 34 color illustrations of Dutch Masters and 20 photographic illustrations of works by ancient Dutch masters.

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A Wanderer in Holland by E. V. Lucas is a book published in 1905 by Methuen & Co in London. This copy is the third edition and contains 309 pages, plus an additional 40-page catalogue of books published by Methuen and Company, dated November 1905. The book is in fine condition and features its original red cloth cover with the title and a frieze in gold on the spine.

The book includes 34 color illustrations of Dutch Masters and 20 photographic illustrations of works by ancient Dutch masters. In A Wanderer in Holland, Lucas describes his travels through the Netherlands, exploring the culture, landscape, and art of the country. His observations provide a vivid and detailed portrayal of the Netherlands at the beginning of the 20th century. The illustrations enhance the text and provide visual context to Lucas’s descriptions.

E. V. Lucas, fully Edward Verrall Lucas, was born on June 11, 1868, and was an English writer, essayist, and publisher. Lucas was a prolific author known for his travel writings, essays, and biographies. He had a keen eye for detail and a love for art and literature, which is evident in his works. A Wanderer in Holland is an example of his ability to transform travel experiences into engaging literature. Lucas passed away on June 26, 1938, but his works remain appreciated by readers interested in art, culture, and history.