No description needed other than this one from the Fleece Press website: Writing in The Spectator in 2009, Paul Johnson assessed the Press as 'the highest quality private publishing firm in the country, the Fleece Press of Huddersfield.'
An appreciation of the work of Leslie Cole, and in particular his work as an Official War Artist in World War Two. Background information and commentary on Cole's work by Malcolm Yorke and a short biography of his wife, Brenda Harvey. Colour plates of Cole's work throughout. Quarter cloth with marbled paper covered boards by Louise Brockman, paper title label to spine. One of 500 copies. A fine copy - unfaded, no inscriptions, fresh boards, tight binding - in a fine slipcase. A handsome copy.
Publisher: Fleece Press 2010
Condition : Fine Wrapper : No Jacket ( as Issued )
The abstract engravings and wartime letters of John Buckland Wright. The third of four volumes issued by the press surveying Buckland Wright's work. A UK Limited edition. One of 210 copies ( from 266 copies ) bound in ochre quarter cloth over patterned paper boards - after a design by John Buckland Wright using his initials. With 16 wood-engraved illustrations and 12 tipped-in colour plates. Housed in a matching slipcase. A fine copy of the book - unfaded, no inscriptions, tight, clean and bright. Unread. The slipcase is in fine condition too.
The second of four volumes issued by the press surveying Buckland Wright's work - this containing 'all the engravings of bathers or of women in watery landscapes and seascapes'. Introduced by Christopher Buckland Wright. A UK Limited edition. One of 204 copies ( from 240 copies ) bound in quarter natural vellum over Compton marbled paper boards. With 9 tipped-in plates, and 25 wood and copper engravings. Housed in a solander box. A fine copy of the book - unfaded, no inscriptions, tight, clean and bright. The slipcase is in fine condition too. Please note that this is a heavy book and postage will be greater than standard.
A UK Limited edition. One of 150 copies housed with five wood engravings (from the original blocks) in a grey solander box. The five engravings all have their own individual printed folder. Paper size 40 x 32 cm. The engravings are : The Return, 1925 ; 'The Carol Singers, 1930 ; Marsh Marigolds, 1930 ; The Smithy, 1930 and The Mother, 1931. A fine copy of the book and wrapper- unfaded, no inscriptions, tight, clean and bright - and fine copies of the five engravings. The box is in near fine condition, showing trivial soiling. Uncommon. Please note that this is a heavy book and postage will be greater than standard.