SHELDON-WILLIAMS, Inglis. A Dawdle in Lombardy and Venice. London, A. & C. Black, 1928.
8vo. Original orange cloth, decorated and lettered in black, map endpapers; pp. viii, 270, [advertisements], with frontispiece and text illustrations by the author; spine sunned; a little foxing to the initial and final few leaves.
First edition. The original prospectus loosely inserted. English-born Sheldon Inglis is one Saskatchewan’s major early artists, who travelled widely and settled in Italy in the 1920s, exhibiting regularly in Canada and England.