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Paul NASH

Great Britain 1889 – 1946

artist

Martin ARMSTRONG

author

CURWEN PRESS

Great Britain

print workshop (organisation)

THE FLEURON

publisher (organisation)

Saint Hercules and other stories 1922 Description: with a frontispiece and four pochoir colour illustrations by Paul Nash
Place made: London, Greater London, England
Materials & Technique: prints, illustrated books, relief, stencil woodcuts, hand-coloured with pochoir; letterpress Support: cream, laid, Zanders hand-made paper
Impression: 176/310
Edition: edition of 310
Publisher: THE FLEURON
Place Published: London
Date Published: 1922

Edition Notes: An illustrated book featuring four hand-coloured pochoir illustrations and frontispiece. original quarter cloth Curwen patterned paper boards designed by Nash. This is Paul Nash's first pochoir book and one of the earliest British pochoir books. Printed by Oliver Simon at the Curwen Press, London.
Primary Insc: not signed.
Secondary Insc: numbered in black ink on colophon page '176'
Dimensions: book (closed) 29.9 h x 20.1 w cm book (open) 29.9 h x 40.2 w cm
Acknowledgement: Gift of Dr Anna Gray 2010. Donated through the Australian Government's Cultural Gifts Program.
Accession No: NGA 2009.1097