Winston Churchill
Cornerstone Library, New York, 1966; originally published 1948, English
Nonfiction, Art and Cultural History

Includes 18 color plates of Winston Churchill's watercolors, and 32 pages of personal reflections of the value of the art as a means of relaxation.

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Ken Carbone

I read this wonderful 32-page essay at least once a year. It’s a thrill to have such an eloquent champion of creativity remind me of why choosing a career in the arts was a wise decision. This is Churchill’s paean to finding one’s muse and it is a masterpiece. It has been out of print for years but if you find one, consider it a lost treasure.

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