London. Sir Isaac Pitman & Sons, Ltd., [s.d., c.1926?]
12mo. xxiii, 131pp, . With a 23 half-tone reproductions of various examples of printing, an original print designed and cut by the author printed on Japanese paper, and a final leaf of publisher's advertisements. Original publisher's cloth-backed green paper boards, lettered in black. A trifle rubbed and bumped. A near fine copy.
A description of the craft of woodcutting and colour printing based on the Japanese practice. 'This little book gives an account of one of the primitive crafts, in the practice of which only the simplest tools and materials are used. Their method of use may serve as a means of expression for artist-craftsmen, or may be studied in preparation for, or as a guide towards, more elaborate work in printing, of which the main principles may be seen most clearly in their application in the primitive craft' [author's preface].£ 50.00 Antiquates Ref: 23750