CHURCHILL STYLE: The Art of Being Winston Churchill
-Signed First American Edition-
First American Edition
Harry N. Abrams/Abrams Image [New York]
Small 8vo (240 pages, with index and notes; illustrated with 40 color and 100 black & white photographs)
Hardcover (with Dust Jacket) [Black cloth]
Item Number: 19160
As a cigar smoker, a champagne drinker, a home-owner, a painter, and even as a dresser, Winston Churchill had extravagant personal style. CHURCHILL STYLE: The Art Of Being Winston Churchill is a unique, full-length Churchill biography about the world that Winston Churchill created for himself away from politics.
Written by Barry Singer, the founder and longtime proprietor of Chartwell Booksellers, with a foreword by the legendary author and editor, Michael Korda, CHURCHILL STYLE lushly savors the many facets of Churchill’s day-to-day life with scores of color photographs, illustrations, and documents – many from private Churchill archives – that have never been published before. It really is an in-depth, illustrated Churchill biography like no other.
This mint copy of the First American edition has been signed by the author in ink on the half-title.