The decorative work of T.M. Cleland. A record and review with a biographical and critical introduction by Alfred E. Hamill and a portrait lithograph by Rockwell Kent.

New York: Pynson Printers, 1929. Edition limited to 1200 copies, this one of 1145 without the signed proof by Rockwell Kent, 4to, pp. xxiv, [3], 99; decorative designs by Cleland throughout, including one large folding sample tipped in, many printed in color; extremities lightly rubbed, else a very good, sound copy in orig. black buckram lettered in gilt, t.e.g., retaining a stained, chipped, split and torn dust jacket. Cleland was a major figure in graphic arts in the early part of this century. His work covered a broad spectrum in design, from automobile advertisements to book design. Item #30309

Price: $100.00

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