JOHN DEPOL, FROM DARK TO LIGHT, WOOD ENGRAVINGS FOR THE STONE HOUSE PRESS.
Digby, Joan and John.
With an introduction by M. A. Gelfand.
Limited to 200 signed and numbered copies, of which this is one of the 155 copies for sale. This copy is signed by the Digbys, DePol and Gelfand. Contains sixty wood engravings executed by De Pol since 1982 for the books, broadsides, keepsakes and other ephemera produced by the Stone House Press. The text provides an interesting insight into De Pol's life and work, as well as a descriptive analysis of his engravings. A delightful tribute to this fine engraver. Prospectus loosely inserted.
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INTERNATIONAL FUTURISM IN ARTS AND LITERATURE.
by Gunter, Berghaus (editor)
Volume 13 in the European Cultures: Studies in Literature and the Arts series by Walter Pape, general editor. A collection of essays on various aspects of futurism in Europe, the United States and Japan. Essays examine national manifestations of futurism as well as in different art forms--literature, the theater, painting and the cinema. Black and white illustrations. A comprehensive bibliography includes historical background, general works, the theater, and works focusing on different nations. List of illustrations, notes on contributors and index. Fore-edge corner of front board bumped.