Cambridge. Cambridge University Press. 1996. Second edition. First published in 1984. Hardback, dust jacket. 254 pages. Illustrated throughout with b&w photographs of Kettle's Yard. 300 x 315mm (11¾ x 12½"). 2kg. 090707457x. English. Near fine; no inscriptions, an excellent clean and fresh copy.
A photographic guided tour of Jim Ede's Kettle's Yard. Kettle's Yard was a series of cottages in Cambridge restored by Ede as a place to live and as a place to house his collection of twentieth century art. The residence became internationally renowned and was open to students and visitors from around the world. The art includes pieces by David Jones, Christopher Wood, Miro, Winifred Nicholson, Brancusi, Ben Nicholson, Gaudier-Brzeska, Henry Moore, and Lucie Rie. The house is now open to the public.