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LIONEL ARTHUR LINDSAY (1874-1961) c.1933 Wood Engraving One of Lionel Lindsay's most well known and sought after wood engravings. This is considered to be one of Lindsay’s most renowned wood engravings for technical execution. Last of Lindsay's goat subjects and most highly stylised. Mendelssohn p. 154. NOTE: Wood Engraving, printed on thick ivory wove paper. Signed on the plate and in pencil lower left. Numbered 100 lower right (edition of 100). 170mm(H) x 154mm(L) In very good condition. Excellent impression. Traces of restoration on the top frame line (6mm) & old mounting.
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Crozet, Lieut. Julien Marie [H. Ling Roth (trs.)]. Crozet's Voyage to Tasmania, New Zealand, and the Ladrone Islands, and the Philippines, in the years 1771-1772
London: Truslove & Shirley, 1891. First Edition. 8vo. original burgundy cloth gilt (a trifle rubbed, occ. spots and marks, small paper label to spine, else clean & bright throughout); pp. xviii (last blank), 148, with 8 plates + two folding charts (short marginal tear to map). A near fine copy. Ex-libris Lieut. General Augustus Henry Lane Fox Pitt Rivers, with his bookplate to upper pastedown. Pitt Rivers (1827-1900) was a British army officer, ethnologist and archaeologist, whose ethnographical collections form the basis of the Pitt-Rivers Museum in Oxford
Orpheé; A Tragedy in one Act and an Interval
COCTEAU, Jean; PICASSO, Pablo; WILDMAN, Carl (Trans.) Orpheé; A Tragedy in one Act and an Interval. London: Oxford University Press, 1933. Pablo Picasso. First English Language Edition. Original cloth. Hardcover : pp. [vi] xi, 43 [1] : frontis by Picasso : photo of Cocteau as Heurtebise : printed on Basingwerk paper : signed by both Cocteau and Picasso at colophon (p.iv), Cocteau has added his signature star : fore-edge untrimmed : black cloth boards lettered in gilt on top board : custom clamshell box in black cloth littered in gilt. Cloth is chipped to all edges. No.24/100. Item #3927.
Laurence Fleming: A Diet of Crumbs
The first published work of Laurence Fleming. Born in Assam in 1929 Fleming was part of the last generation of children raised in British India. Diet of Crumbs was his first published work after returning to England and study stage design. It is described as "a study of the unloved", and tells the story of a house party in the countryside hosted by one Miss Persica Sutton, the daughter of Lois Sutton, the author of a book "about an affair between a sexually irregular woman and a sexually irregular man." Jacket illustration by British cartoonist Michael ffolkes. Inscribed.
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