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The night ladder / linocuts by Lisa Pullen ; poems by Angela Gardner
Bib ID 6218598
Format BookBook
Author
Pullen, Lisa
 
Description St Lucia, Qld. : Light-trap Press, 2009 
1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill. ; 43 x 31 cm. 
ISBN 9780980486322
Summary

Artists' book of five dark poems based on Charles Perrault's fairy tales, with original linoprints on a double fold-out sheet. Visual imagery based on a keen sense of mythology, story-telling and personal history, dramatically printed in the artist's trademark red and black.

Full contents
  • Clattermouth
  • Little red riding hood
  • Cinderella
  • Sleeping beauty
  • Bluebeard.
 
Notes

Limited edition of 10 livres deluxe A-J and 15 artists' books 1-15.

Typeset in Times and Albertus on Magnani Velata Avorio paper. Bound by F. and R. Pohlmann. Artists' books unbound in cloth folio by F. and R. Pohlmann.

Library's SR copy is no. I and signed by the artist and the poet.

Subjects Private press books - Australia.  |  Private press books - Queensland - Brisbane.  |  Linoleum block-printing, Australian - Queensland - Brisbane - 21st century - Specimens.  |  Fairy tales - Illustrations.  |  Fairy tales - Poetry.  |  Prints, Australian.  |  Artists' books - Australia.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Gardner, Angela  |  Pohlmann, Friedhelm  |  Pohlmann, R  |  Light-trap Press

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