3 edition of The engravings of David Jones found in the catalog.
The engravings of David Jones
David Michael Jones
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With 10 large wood engravings by David Jones. Original red buckram, pale blue dust-jacket partially faded to almost white as usual, with a second unfaded dust-jacket also present; both with David Jones wood engraving on upper panel. A very fine copy. and 4to, ix, 30, 5 . Eric Gill was brought into the fold when he quarrelled with Hilary Pepler over the publication of Enid Clay's Sonnets and Verses () and transferred the book to Gibbings. In he went on to commission engravings from John Nash, Noel Rooke, David Jones, John Farleigh and .
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From A Child's Rosary Book, Set of A painter, engraver, poet and author, Jones was born in Kent. He studied at Camberwell School of Art and then Westminster School of Art before entering Eric Gill’s community at Ditchling in , where he joined the Guild of St Joseph and St Dominic and was taught wood engraving by Desmond Chute, later. With ten copper engravings by David Jones. One of 60 numbered copies signed by David Jones with an additional suite of plates, of a total edition of Folio, 26x32cm, 38pp. Original publisher's purple cloth, additional plates contained in a discrete folder attached to the rear pastedown. Bristol, Douglas Cleverdon, printed at the Fanfare Press.
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This book offers a concise and highly readable account of the visual art of David Jones (). It challenges the simplistic view of Jones as an outsider or an eccentric, exploring his work instead in relation to the wider cultural and intellectual climate of his times/5(2).
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Thirteen wood engravings by David Jones for the Book of JonahAuthor: David Michael Jones. A painter, engraver, poet and author, Jones was born in Kent. He studied at Camberwell School of Art and then Westminster School of Art before entering Eric Gill’s community at Ditchling inwhere he joined the Guild of St Joseph and St Dominic and was taught wood engraving by Desmond Chute, later leaving with Gill for Wales to develop and refine his techniques.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Cover title: David Jones. "This, the twelfth of the Clover Hill Editions, comprises: 6 copies on vellum, lettered A to F, each with a portfolio containing sets of the engravings on vellum, hand-made paper, and japon: and 9 copper engravings and one dry-point printed on vellum, hand-made paper, and japon ; copies on J.
David Jones, Paul Hills (Editor), Tate Gallery, The Engravings of David Jones: A Survey, Douglas Cleverdon, Clover Hill Editions, Dai Greatcoat, a self-portrait of David Jones in his letters, Rene Hague (editor), Faber, David Jones: The Maker Unmade, Jonathan Miles Literary movement: Modernism.
David Jones - Let there be One Fair Girl, paintings, drawings and engravings. by David Jones: and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The engravings seen here were created by the artist David Jones (–) for a publication of The Book of Jonah from Golden Cockerel Press.
Cleverdon’s first publishing venture was initiated in order to assist his friend and associate, the artist and typeface designer Eric Gill (–), who was also associated with the Golden.
• David Jones: Engraver, Soldier, Poet, Painter by Thomas Dilworth is published by Jonathan Cape (£25). To order a copy for £ go to or call Author: Rachel Cooke. Ten Wood Engravings by David Jones for the Chester Play of the Deluge. Limited run of ten woodcuts depicting the biblical flood, presented in a green card stock portfolio; published simultaneously with the Clover Hill edition of The Chester Play of the Deluge.
The Engravings of David Jones: A Survey by Douglas Cleverdon. Frontispiece portrait, wood-engraving of the title page of Morte Darthur and illustrations (three engraved by Eric Gill from the blocks designed by David Jones).
Collection of engravings including 'The Whale', 'Jonah among the Fishes', 'The Chester Play of the Deluge' (10 plates), 'The Ancient Mariner' (10 plates). Collection of twenty-two engravings by David Jones.
• David Jones: Engraver, Soldier, Painter, Poet is published by Jonathan Cape. To order a copy for £ (RRP £25) go to or call.
Get this from a library. David Jones: an exhibition of paintings, drawings and engravings. [David Jones; John Petts; Arts Council of Great Britain. Welsh Committee.; National Library of Wales.].
With ten engravings by David Jones. White half cloth over green boards; gilt spine lettering. Limited edition, one of the numbered copies of an edition ofbut.
David Jones along with Eric Gill is remembered as a virtuoso of the technique of engraving; these examples of his craft serve as a lasting reminder of his talent. These wood engravings and copper engravings were produced in to accompany a lavish publication produced by Clover Hill Editions commemorating the graphic work of David Jones who.
Curated by Prof. Judi Loach, School of History, Archaeology and Religion. Images are reproduced with kind permission of the Trustees of the David Jones Estate. David Jones would become one of the leading figures in Britain’s inter-war revival of wood engraving, despite only working in this medium for little more than 5 years.
Born in. [This book includes almost engravings.] Publ: Jones & Co., London, InLang Syne Publishers, Ltd., Newtongrange, Scotland, published a book entitled Modern Athens, containing the reproductions and text from the original volume (above).
The pages are un-numbered and not in the same order as in the original volume. The Book of Jonah contains 13 wood engravings by Jones. It was originally published in by The Golden Cockerel Press, and reprinted in for Clover Hill Editions by the Rampant Lions Press. Here Jones is becoming master of his craft, with the images designed to.
David Jones occupies an unusual place in the biography of the 20th century artistic scene. He straddles the domains of both poetry and painting, found in that rare margin of artists (such as William Blake) who navigate the full range of poiesis, (one of Jones's favourite words), and who are hence known equally as poets and visual was profoundly moved by the archaeology both of.
A faint stain to the top margin of the first half of the book, most pronounced at the start, extending approximately 5cm from the gutter and approx 1cm from the top edge. Engravings of David Jones: A Survey by Cleverdon, Douglas: Very Good Hard Cover () | Besleys Books ABA PBFAPrice Range: £18 - £1.
Publication date Note Vol.  consists of "A survey of the engravings of David Jones" (p. ), followed by various lists and then by "Selected engravings" (96 leaves of plates) Vol.
 (a portfolio) consists of a pamphlet, "The engravings of David Jones.Description: David Jones (), Collection of ten wood engravings, including: 'Nativity with cross and star',unsigned, numbered 1/50, x 7cm; and nine mounted works on Japon paper,each from an edition of ; together with a book on Jones by Paul Hills, Scolar Pressand 'Inscriptions'small catalogue printed.London: Clover Hill Editions, Quarto.
19pp. One of copies, printed on Barcham Green’s RWS handmade paper by Will Carter at the Rampant Lions Press, with an extra set of the engravings on japon. Illustrated with thirteen wood engravings by David Jones, several of which frame the text.
Jones was encouraged by Eric Gill to learn the craft of wood engraving, and although one can see.