EVERY PHASE OF ART IS COVERED IN « THE STUDIO » LIBRARY 1…vapt ui here slated 11q price of the.se books los. 6d. in clolh and 7s. 6d. in icrafpers. bk for a general catalogne of Studio Publication, DECORATIVE ART THE STUDIO YEAR BOOK. Edited by C. G. Holme. Profusely illustrated with large-scale reproductions of the choicest and best ideas of the designers of Britain, America and the Continent with colour plates of modern interiors. 1931, 1932 and 1933 issues available. FINE ART 1932 STUDIO SPECIAL SPRING NUMBER. Edited by C. G. Holme. English, French, Italian, Dutch, Oriental, Contemporary, Naval and Sporting Pictures. 1So reproductions of great works from every period and every school. GARDENS AND GARDENING THE STUDIO GARDEN ANNUAL. Edited by F. A. Mercer. 2oo illustrations, expert contributions, planning, planting, cultivation, colour guide, gardener’s calender. 1932 and 1933 editions available. TOURING THE ANCIENT WORLD WITH A CAMERA Edited by C. G. Holme and W. Gaunt. Greece, Rhodes, Byzantium, Syria, Palestine, Egypt illus-trated by specially taken photographe of many world-famed places of interest. An ideal companion for the traveller for those who must stay at home, it is an enthralling book. CHILDREN’S TOYS OF YESTERDAY Edited by C. G. Holme. 96 pages of monochrome repro-ductions and 12 large special colour plates, showing examples of toys and their accessories from collections aIl over the world. MODERN PHOTOGRAPHY Edited by C. G. Holme. Over I oo illustrations, many in double-tone, showing the year’s achievement.  » . . . There are also many charming portrait and landscape studies, but alrnost nothing that is not taken at an unusual angle or in an unusual light. »— » The Times. » The 1931, 1932 and 1933 editions are available. ARTISTS’ COUNTRY Edited by C. G Holme. I 6o illustrations, 8 in colour, of beauty spots at home and abroad seen through the artist’s eye.  » . . . this selection . . . is by far the best of its kind we have ever seen. »— » Manchester Guardian. » MODERN PUBLICITY Edited by F. A. Mercer and W. Gaunt. Over 35o illustra-tions, including 24 colour pages.  » The current issue of The Studio’s ‘ annual survey of advertising is wholly admirable . . . really is worth its price. »— » The Listener. » Copies of the 1927, 1928, 1929, I93o, 1931 and 1932 issues are available. MODERN BOOK ILLUSTRATION IN GREAT BRITAIN AND AMERICA By F. Harvey Darton. Profusely illustrated in line and colour by selected examples of the work of leading illus-trative THE NEW WOODCUT By Malcolm C. Salaman. 8 colour plates and 1So black-and-white illustrations. This is a sequel to  » The Woodcut of To-day, » published in 1927 and now out of print. CLIPPER SHIPS—EARLY STEAMSHIPS By Felix Riesenberg. 8 colour plates. Bound in Boards Ss. The third and fourth volume of reproductions of the famous Currier and Ives Prints. THE STUDIO LTD., 44 LEICESTER SQ., LONDON, W.C.2 VI>