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Micheline to Bastia by train, 1947, John Minton

John Minton , Micheline to Bastia by Train; Canonization of the Devil; Ancient and Modern Philosophers Examine the World; How to Make a Monster; and Jovial Distress II

Faber & Faber 1948. One of the best travel books since World War II. A collaboration between a gifted writer and the most romantic artist of his generation & it played a part, alongside the early Elizabeth David (also illustrated by John Minton), of reminding drab, grey, post-war Britain of a warmer, sunnier, more colourful alternative: the Mediterranean. 189pp. With a frontispiece map by Minton  title-page vignette fifty-two full-page illustrations forty-one illustrations in the text.

Cover illustration by Joh Minton from 'Time Was Away', the travelogue of his travels in Corsica with the poet Alan Ross in 1947

Seated Man by John Minton

SEATED MAN By John Minton Artwork Description Dimensions: 14 ¾ x 11 in. x 28 cm.) Medium: ink and wash

John Minton's Old Herbaceous

John Minton Illustration for 'Old Herbaceous,' by H E Bates

John Minton Three Men (drawing)

John Minton Three Men (drawing)