London: Brook Street Gallery, 1966. First; Original. Softcover. Good+; mostly clean and tight but with general shelf wear; art school ex-lib. with usual marks. Jacket price-clipped.. Textured, white card wraps. No lettering. White, color- and bw-illustrated dj with orange/black lettering. 55 pp. with bw photo frontis, 5 color and several bw plates. With an extensive essay by Mervyn Levy and a list of works reproduced. Scottie Wilson (Louis Freeman) was a Scottish renegade artist known for his whimsical designs and as a ceramic designer for the Royal Worcester Porcelain Company. (Inventory #: 159165)
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