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Charles Ricketts

(1866—1931) artist and art collector

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Charles Shannon

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(1863–1937)

British painter, illustrator, and collector, born at Quarrington, Lincolnshire, the son of a country parson. In 1881–5 he studied wood engraving at Lambeth School of...

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Dial

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1 (1840–44), the literary organ of the American Transcendental movement (see Transcendental Club), of which M. Fuller was editor; she was succeeded by Emerson. It contained...

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Eragny Press

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English fine press founded by Lucien Pissarro (1863–1944) and his wife, Esther (1870–1951). Lucien, son of the French artist Camille Pissarro, produced 31 Eragny titles between 1894 and...

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Michael Field

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(1846–1914)

and her niece Edith Cooper (1862–1913). Bradley, born in Birmingham and educated at Newnham College, Cambridge, became deeply attached to her invalid sister's daughter...

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private presses

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Presses distinguished by aims that are aesthetic rather than commercial and by printing for the gratification of their owners rather than to order. Many such presses have been set up ...

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Sturge Moore

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(1870–1944),

poet and art critic: lives in London (Hampstead: Well Walk) c. 1914–19. The Vinedresser 1899, Steep 1922–32.

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Sybil Pye

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 (1879–1958) English bookbinder.

She took up bookbinding c.1906, teaching herself, using the manual of D. Cockerell. Initially influenced by Ricketts, her earliest bindings were...

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William Strang

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 (1859–1921) Scottish painter and printmaker.

Working primarily with etching, he produced many portraits and figure subjects of great psychological intensity, including several of...

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