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The wolf / Trevor Weekes
Bib ID 4549614
Format BookBook
Author
Weekes, Trevor
 
Description [Australia : T. Weekes], 1989 
[21] leaves : all col. ill. ; 25 cm. 
Summary

Unique artist's binding of embossed stained calf with wolf design, contrasting labels on spine with five raised bands containing 21 original coloured drawings of the wolf.

Notes

"Hand drawn. Hand coloured. Hand bound. Acrylic & ink on 100% cotton rag"-T.p. verso.

Library's SR copy is no.1/­1 signed by artist.

Subjects Artists' books - Australia.  |  Wolves in art.  |  Etching, Australian.  |  Leather bindings (Bookbinding) - Australia - Specimens.
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Wolf journal

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    Copy: SR hbk
    Petherick Reading Room (Australian Rare or Fragile)

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