German drawings in the Collection of Her Majesty the Queen at Windsor Castle… And supplements to the catalogues of Italian and French drawings with a history of the Royal Collection of drawings by Anthony Blunt
London & New York, Phaidon Press, 
(31 cm), viii, 239 pp., 8+48+8 text illustrations (figs.1-8, 1-48, 1-8), and 20+78+12 “plates” (pls.1-20, 1-78, 1-12). Publisher’s red cloth, printed dust jacket. - Entries for 61 German drawings, including four by Dürer, a fine Urs Graf, and works mostly belonging to the studio or circle of late fifteenth or early sixteenth century artists (the famous drawings by Holbein already were catalogued separately, by Sir Karl Popper). At the end are Blunt’s supplements, corrigenda, and addenda to previous catalogues of Italian drawings (735 sheets not previously described) and French drawings (37 sheets newly described). ¶ Very good, unmarked copy.