2 edition of bibliography of the Gehenna Press found in the catalog.
bibliography of the Gehenna Press
|Statement||by Stephen Brook.|
|LC Classifications||Z232.G2956 B76|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 77 p. :|
|Number of Pages||77|
|LC Control Number||78325816|
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Gehenna Press Annotated Bibliography & Selected Collectible Books Charting the Macabre: Gehenna Press Inspired by William Blake's example of being a poet, artist as well as a bookmaker, the Gehenna Press was started by Leonard Baskin.
This work provides a detailed bibliography of books and broadsides issued, followed by a beautiful array of illustrations and typography from the Gehenna Press. Binding is softcover with grey paper covers and white spine and decorative covers.
The catalogue of an exhibition curated by Lisa Unger Baskin containing an assessment of the work of the press by Colin Frankin, a bibliography of the books ofthe Gehenna Press by Hosea Baskin, and notes on the books by the printer, Leonard Baskin.
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Leonard Baskin (Aug - June 3, ) was an American sculptor, book-illustrator, wood-engraver, printmaker, graphic artist, writer and teacher. While he was a student at Yale University, he founded Gehenna Press, a small private press specializing in fine book production.
Leonard Baskin () founded the Gehenna press in (the name coming from a line in Milton's Paradise Lost: "And black Gehenna call'd, the type of Hell.") The archive of the Gehenna Press was acquired by the Bodleian Library in (6) Star-wheel Hughes & Kimber etching press, 19th-c.
13” roller x 30” bed. (ex-music printing). This bibliography is beautifully printed on Fabriano paper under Leonard Baskin (pressman Harold McGrath) at The Gehenna Press.
The work should be consulted for extensive details on pagination, and is referenced many times in Bishop’s Thomas Bird. About this Item: The Gehenna Press, Rockport, Ma., Single sheet of creme paper folded once to form four 12 1/2 by 10 1/2 inch printed pages.
With a color reproduction and a wood engraved pressmark by Leonard Baskin. 40 copies of the book were printed. Leonard Baskin (Aug – June 3, ) was an American sculptor, illustrator, printmaker, writer and teacher.
Throughout his career, Baskin maintained a commitment to the superiority of figurative art, and to the theme of human mortality. Leonard Baskin was born in New Brunswick, New Jersey, the son of a rabbi who then moved to New Known for: Sculpture, book illustration, printmaking.
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Make Offer - SIGNED by Baskin. Limited Edition Bibliography of. Colin Franklin is the author of The Gehenna Press ( avg rating, 6 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), The Private Presses ( avg rating, 4 rating /5. Gehenna Press. Catalogues are: "A Listing of Books to be had and several new works," (circa ; wraps toned), "Four New Gehenna Press Books ," and an 8-page partially illustrated catalogue of 20 books still in print from to Gehenna is a transliteration from the Aramaic form of the Hebrew ge-hinnom, "valley of Hinnom." This latter form, however, is rare in the Old Testament, the prevailing name being "the valley of the son of Hinnom." Septuagint usually translates; where it transliterates the form is different from Gehenna and varies.
Leonard Baskin () founded the Gehenna Press in while a student at Yale. The first Gehenna Press book was On a Pyre of Withered Roses (), and the press then went into hiatus, until 's A Little Book of Naturalbooks were printed in Worcester, Massachusetts and then, fromthe Press established an office in Northampton.
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followed by 13 leaves of printer's marks and the colophon leaf. (4to) gray boards stamped in gilt, brown cloth box. 39 of 50 copies of the 'special issue'.Signed in pencil by Baskin at the colophon.
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The word derives from the Heb. גֵֽי־הִנֹּמ׃֙, the Valley of Hinnom, or more fully, the Valley of the son(s) of Hinnom, situated to the S or SW of Jerusalem, usually identified with the Wadi-er-Rababi.