“Between 1897-1921, The International Studio was the U.S. edition of the British fine and decorative arts journal The Studio, and was produced jointly in New York and London. Although the focus of The International Studio was art from an American perspective, for many years it replicated a percentage of material from the British edition. In 1922 The International Studio was acquired by International Studio Inc. and henceforth published exclusively in New York. In September 1931 it was absorbed into The Connoisseur.”
This issue of The International Studio is in very good to excellent condition. The spine has some small tears, but it is very readable. The body of the magazine is fully attached to the cover. There are gobs of wonderful ads, and of course some gorgeous illustrations of artworks. See the Table of Contents for details.