Blind Drawings: Examples of an Exercise Investigating the Objective/Subjective Principle of Graphic Art. Colin Franklin.
Blind Drawings: Examples of an Exercise Investigating the Objective/Subjective Principle of Graphic Art.
Blind Drawings: Examples of an Exercise Investigating the Objective/Subjective Principle of Graphic Art.
Blind Drawings: Examples of an Exercise Investigating the Objective/Subjective Principle of Graphic Art.
Blind Drawings: Examples of an Exercise Investigating the Objective/Subjective Principle of Graphic Art.
(Gogmagog Press)

Blind Drawings: Examples of an Exercise Investigating the Objective/Subjective Principle of Graphic Art.

Cox, Morris (illus.)

London: Gogmagog Press, 1978. Quarto. (13)pp., + (24)ff. plates. From an edition of 75 copies signed by the author and the artist/printer, this is one of thirty copies with a signed original drawing as a frontispiece. The plates are reproductions in intaglio plates of images drawn by Cox with his eyes shut, mostly of human models. These are printed on handmade Japanese paper in four different colors: akebi (barberry), sakura (cherry), nemu (acacia), and natural, or raw-sieved. Bound in quarter vellum with blue and white paper covers. Fine. Prospectus laid in. Item #29904

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