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This comprehensively illustrated study is the first of its kind to cover all elements of the trade of engraving and etching throughout six centuries. It is available to read in the Reading Room in the Central Library and at the Art Gallery Library.
A reprint of a comprehensive work on intaglio printmaking techniques.
Latin poetry translated by Dorothea Wender, professor and chair of the Department of Classics at Wheaton College, Norton, Massachusetts.
An illustrated biography published by Princeton University Press includes 32 plates and a full bibliography of the eighteenth-century poet.
Best known for his 'Elegy In A Country Churchyard', Gray straddles the Classical and Romantic traditions in English poetry. This book contains both texts and commentary.
A contemporary take on poetry by NZ writer Kate Camp whose work includes 'On reading Gray's elegy written in a country churchyard'.
This volume contains every page of Blake's 20 or so illuminated books, reproduced in facsimile. It features his great prophetic poems, 'Jerusalem' and 'Songs of Innocence and of Experience'.
Raine's compelling text guides the reader through the life and thought of this extraordinary artist.
This exhibition catalogue provides a comprehensive survey of the artwork of William Blake and includes essays on Blake's influences and collecting in America.
Accomplished in many fields, drawing, painting, print-making, music, calligraphy, typography and more, Bensemann stood at the heart of New Zealand's literary and cultural life from the 1930s to the 1980s.
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