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A vision of order : linocuts, by Andrew Anderson

Label
A vision of order : linocuts
Title
A vision of order
Title remainder
linocuts
Statement of responsibility
by Andrew Anderson
Creator
Contributor
Compositor
Engraver
Printer
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
Nz
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Label
A vision of order : linocuts, by Andrew Anderson
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Thirty-five linocuts by Andrew Anderson, reflecting his background as an architect, and his interest in medieval architecture. The lettering suggests Eric Gill; the symbolism is drawn from church and cathedral architecture. For additional information, see the artist's article in Matrix 28, pp. 9-14
  • Colophon: "This edition of 185 copies is keyboarded and cast in 18- and 20-point Caslon (the latter issued as 22-point by William Caslon I in 1732, one of the earliest & prettiest founts of the Caslon family), and printed by John Randle and Tom Mayo on Zerkall mould-made and Ingres papers. 85 [special] copies are bound in Oasis goatskin and are accompanied by the nine-sheet image of Cashel (printed on G.F. Smith Naturalis paper), and a signed print of 'The Apple Girl', printed by John Grice at his Evergreen Press. Keyboarded and cast at Whittington by Neil Winter, and bound by The Fine Book Bindery. March 2011."
  • Regular copy bound in dark gray buckram and illustrated terra cotta red paper, printed in red; terra cotta red endpapers; gold-stamped black leather spine label, with title "A Vision of Order;" in matching gray buckram and terra cotta paper two-flap phase box, lined in black, and secured with two pairs of gray satin ribbon ties
  • Special copy similarly bound, with dark brown goatskin replacing gray buckram; the accompanying portfolio of a selection of the prints, including The Rock of Cashel made up of nine sheets joined together to form the image, is bound in terra cotta paper and gray buckram. The portfolio of prints and the bound volume are housed together in a gray buckram clamshell box; goatskin box label stamped in gold with title "A Vision of Order."
Dimensions
57 cm.
Extent
ix, [2], 46, [6] p.
Isbn
9781854280923
Note
  • Spec. Coll copy 1 is number xxx of 85 special copies, signed in pencil by Andrew Anderson. Purchase, The Whittington Press, Sept. 2011.
  • Spec. Coll copy 2 is number 65 of 100 regular copies, signed in pencil by Andrew Anderson. Purchase, The Whittington Press, Sept. 2011.
  • Clark Library copy: no. 10 of the regular edition; signed by Anderson. Bound in half gray cloth with printed rust paper boards, housed in matching portfolio.
Other physical details
chiefly ill.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)746044437
  • ucoclc746044437
Label
A vision of order : linocuts, by Andrew Anderson
Publication
Note
  • Thirty-five linocuts by Andrew Anderson, reflecting his background as an architect, and his interest in medieval architecture. The lettering suggests Eric Gill; the symbolism is drawn from church and cathedral architecture. For additional information, see the artist's article in Matrix 28, pp. 9-14
  • Colophon: "This edition of 185 copies is keyboarded and cast in 18- and 20-point Caslon (the latter issued as 22-point by William Caslon I in 1732, one of the earliest & prettiest founts of the Caslon family), and printed by John Randle and Tom Mayo on Zerkall mould-made and Ingres papers. 85 [special] copies are bound in Oasis goatskin and are accompanied by the nine-sheet image of Cashel (printed on G.F. Smith Naturalis paper), and a signed print of 'The Apple Girl', printed by John Grice at his Evergreen Press. Keyboarded and cast at Whittington by Neil Winter, and bound by The Fine Book Bindery. March 2011."
  • Regular copy bound in dark gray buckram and illustrated terra cotta red paper, printed in red; terra cotta red endpapers; gold-stamped black leather spine label, with title "A Vision of Order;" in matching gray buckram and terra cotta paper two-flap phase box, lined in black, and secured with two pairs of gray satin ribbon ties
  • Special copy similarly bound, with dark brown goatskin replacing gray buckram; the accompanying portfolio of a selection of the prints, including The Rock of Cashel made up of nine sheets joined together to form the image, is bound in terra cotta paper and gray buckram. The portfolio of prints and the bound volume are housed together in a gray buckram clamshell box; goatskin box label stamped in gold with title "A Vision of Order."
Dimensions
57 cm.
Extent
ix, [2], 46, [6] p.
Isbn
9781854280923
Note
  • Spec. Coll copy 1 is number xxx of 85 special copies, signed in pencil by Andrew Anderson. Purchase, The Whittington Press, Sept. 2011.
  • Spec. Coll copy 2 is number 65 of 100 regular copies, signed in pencil by Andrew Anderson. Purchase, The Whittington Press, Sept. 2011.
  • Clark Library copy: no. 10 of the regular edition; signed by Anderson. Bound in half gray cloth with printed rust paper boards, housed in matching portfolio.
Other physical details
chiefly ill.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)746044437
  • ucoclc746044437

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