Visionary Poems and Passages or The Poet’s Eye. (16 Lithographs by John Craxton)

Artist(s): John Craxton
Author(s): Geoffrey Grigson
Format: hardback
Edition: First Edition
Year published: 1944
Publisher: F Muller
Publisher Location: London
Total Pages: 122 pages
Illustrations: With 16 colour lithographs by John Craxton

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The Poet’s Eye stands as a captivating collection of English poetry from the 1940s, deftly intertwining John Craxton’s lithographed illustrations with the carefully chosen verses of Geoffrey Grigson. Within its pages, one finds a vivid representation of the dreamlike retreat from the harsh realities of the Second World War, a distinguishing feature of the ‘Neo-Romantic’ artists in the United Kingdom. “Mr John Craxton is a young painter of original talent who had his first one-man show at the Leicester Galleries this spring. The title of this book, The Poet’s Eye, serves a double purpose for it describes the work of the artist as well as the editor’s selection of poetry.

Condition: Fine copy in near fine dust jacket – one small chip to top of front cover (see image)


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