London, William Kimber, 1965.
Octavo, 348 pages with 82 illustrations (60 full-page, 22 in-text, including a tipped-in portrait).
Cloth; a fine copy with the dustwrapper slightly sunned on the spine with one tiny surface abrasion.
'The world has honoured Dame Laura Knight for over half a century as a painter and draughtsman of the first order.... The gypsies, the people of the circus and the ballet, Diaghilev, Bernard Shaw and the great people of her time have been her models and her friends. As a war artist, she painted on airfields and in factories, and later she studied and drew the Nazi criminals during their last days ... at Nuremburg'.