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X for Xylographer by  William NICHOLSON - 1898. - from Peter Harrington (SKU: 57621)

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X for Xylographer

by NICHOLSON, William

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London., 1898.. Lithograph. Printed colour. Mounted size: 35 x 41 cm Fine condition. Lithograph after original woodcut by William Nicholson from his famous Alphabet book. Nicholson (1872 - 1949) was a printmaker years before he became known as a portrait and landscape painter. He produced posters for commercial products and theatrical events. The style of these posters - simple shapes and flat colour - became the hallmarks of Nicholson's graphic work. The Alphabet, published in 1898 firmly established him in the public's mind and brought him immediate success.


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All major credit cards are accepted. Both UK pounds and US dollars (exchange rate to be agreed) accepted. Books may be returned within 14 days of receipt for any reason, please notify first of returned goods.

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About Peter Harrington

Since its establishment, Peter Harrington has specialised in sourcing, selling and buying the finest quality original first editions, signed, rare and antiquarian books, fine bindings and library sets. Peter Harrington first began selling rare books from the Chelsea Antiques Market on London's King's Road. For the past twenty years the business has been run by Pom Harrington, Peter's son.


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