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Wood Engravings of Gwen Raverat
Silent Books, Cambridge, England 1989 - A clean, unmarked copy with a tight binding. 160 pages. Small chip on top edge of black cloth boards; barely noticeable. Clean and tight with sharp corners. Slight edge wear and fading to dust jacket. A photographic reproduction of the first edition, printed by offset lithography. Selected with an introduction by Reynolds Stone; postscript and additional selection by Simon Brett. . "Gwen Raverat (1855-1957) was one of the most distinguished printmakers of the century, an artist in whose hands the medium of wood engraving became uniquely transparent to personal vision. Her world, richly populated with the symbols of her own experience set in one of the most classic traditions of Western art, is universally accessible and capable of inspiring passionate affection in those who are drawn to it, responding to her own intense reaction to the subjects she chose." [Publisher's blurb] Size: XL [Attributes: Hard Cover]
      [Bookseller: Pistil Books Online, IOBA]
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