The Studio. An Illustrated Magazine of Fine and Applied Art. Volume Eighteen 
London, The Studio, 1900.
Quarto, 300 pages with numerous illustrations and 10 plates (several in colour).
Gilt-decorated cloth a little flecked and rubbed; endpapers offset; three leaves not bound-in; inner hinge cracked but sound; overall a very good copy.
Not least, 'The Work of Pietro Fraciacomo' (with 9 illustrations, 2 coloured; Fraciacomo 'drew mainly seascapes and cityscapes of Venice, often at night, a thematic also pursued by Mario de Maria. By the turn of the century, his style had acquired Symbolist overtones devoid of a realistic locale') and 'British Decorative Art in 1899 and the Arts and Crafts Exhibition' (in 4 parts, featuring over 150 illustrations, several in colour).