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by Oliver Maitland

  • Author: Oliver Maitland
  • ISBN: 1898998051
  • ISBN13: 978-1898998051
  • ePub: 1492 kb | FB2: 1321 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Graphic Design
  • Publisher: Art Books International (October 1998)
  • Pages: 96
  • Rating: 4.6/5
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Oliver Maitland's Bottoms is a tour de derriere - a posterior view of erotic art throughout the ages.

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His grandfather was Samuel Roffey Maitland Meanwhile, encouraged by Sidgwick, he began a book on property law, but abandoned it out of frustration at certain features of English property law; h. .

His grandfather was Samuel Roffey Maitland. Maitland's father was a barrister but, having little practice, became a civil servant, serving as secretary to the Civil Service Commission. Maitland was educated at a preparatory school in Brighton before entering Eton College in 1863, where Edward Daniel Stone was his private tutor.

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Marjorie Maitland Howard (1898-1983) was a versatile modeller, sculptor, and book illustrator who was associated with the Institute of Archaeology in London where she worked from 1948 to 1960. Marjorie Maitland Howard was born in 1898. She also illustrated Elizabeth Ward's Who goes to the wood (Lutterworth, 1940).