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Lot 1024 (Fine Art & Antiques, 23rd March 2019)

Sold for £60


Lot details

Fairhurst, Arthur Henry. Illustrations for Seven Poems by Dylan Thomas. Privately printed. Tall volume, 38cm x 27cm. One of three copies only. This is a series of seven unpublished relief printed illustrations using oil based inks each to accompany a different Dylan Thomas poem. Facing each is the title of the intended poem, on an otherwise blank page. The inscription reads. ‘Midsummer’s Day 1983. For my friend Adrian Walker, this set one of three of these unpublished illustrations for being one of the few who understand what one is trying to do. Arth Henry Fairhurst.’p

 

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