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Flame Robin in the Snow / [Katharine Nix]
Bib ID 5972734
Format BookBook
Author
Nix, Katharine
 
Description [Canberra : K. Nix, 1990?] 
[17] leaves of plates (unpaged) : ill. ; 18 x 26 cm. (in 20 x 26 case) 
Notes

Limited edition of 5 copies. All of the papers and the binding are hand-made by the Artist/Poet. Poems are based on Japanese Tanka form. Images are water-marked and water-cut.

An artists' book by using the techniques of water-marking and water-cutting with imagery in the surface on papers reminiscent of snow, animals, plants and landscapes of snow ranges.

Subjects Nix, Katharine -- Poetry.  |  Artists' books -- Australian Capital Territory -- Canberra.  |  Snow in Art.  |  Animals in art.  |  Watermarks -- Australia.  |  Australian

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