Compiled by William Fletcher. Number 186 of 200 copies set in Century type and printed on Curtis Rag Ivory Wove. 10 X 8 ins. 118 pp. Full bound in oatmeal coloured cloth with title in black on spine and upper cover. A collection of 206 wood engravings by Philip Hagreen a founder member of the Society of Wood Engravers and a fellow artist with Eric Gill at Ditchling and Capel-Y-Ffin. A fine copy. N° de ref. de la librería
Título: Philip Hagreen the artist and his work.
Editorial: Rochester New York: at The Sign of The Arrow May
Año de publicación: 1975
Descripción [Np: At the Sign of the Arrow, 1975]., 1975. Quarto. Cloth. Illustrated. First edition. One of two hundred copies (the colophon calls for copies to be numbered, but this copy is not). About fine, without printed dust jacket. Nº de ref. de la librería WRCLIT 37340
Descripción At the Sign of the Arrow, (N.p.), 1975. Hagreen, Philip Ilustrador. Small quarto. 118pp. First edition. One of 200 copies, this copy unnumbered. Inscribed by the compiler, William Fletcher. With a Preface by Fletcher and an Essay on the Artist by Graham Carey. Hagreen, who worked between 1918 and 1959, was a fine wood engraver who studied with Eric Gill. This Catalogue Raisonné illustrates all of his engravings, many of which appeared in the books of the St. Dominic's Press. Gift inscription to first page of Preface, else fine in buckram. Errata slip tipped in. Nº de ref. de la librería 27125
Descripción 4to, 26cm, pp.118 + colophon, At the Sign of the Arrow, Rochester, New York, 1975., 1975. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: Fine. 1st Edition. Number 42 of 200 copies set in Century type and printed on Curtis Rag Ivory Wove. 206 wood engravings by Philip Hagreen. Full oatmeal cloth, titled in black on the spine and front. A fine copy. Loosely inserted: a 15-line quotation about a cat from a poem Christopher Smart written out by Philip Hagreen in 1962; a very short note from Philip and Aileen Hagreen; a small woodcut on hand-made paper; a Christmas card from Philip and Aileen; an announcement of his death and an interesting typed note from the Rev John Hagreen saying that Philip Hagreen sold all his woodblocks to Graham Carey and these are now the property of his widow, Nancy Carey, but that they have disappeared. Nº de ref. de la librería 11393