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Notes on the Eragny Press : and a letter to J.B. Manson

Author: Lucien Pissarro; Alan Maxwell Fern
Publisher: Cambridge [England] : Privately printed [at the University Press], 1957.
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Named Person: Lucien Pissarro; James Bolivar Manson
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lucien Pissarro; Alan Maxwell Fern
OCLC Number: 2076822
Notes: "Five hundred copies ... printed and bound at the University Press ... for presentation ... to friends in printing and publishing Christmas 1957."
Pages [17-38] consist of illustrations, mostly wood engravings by Pissarro, and are numbered 1-11.
"Lucien Pissarro and his work, a supplement by Alan Fern," p. 39-[51].
Description: vii, [1], 50 pages, 1 leaf : illustrations (some color) ; 21 cm
Responsibility: Lucien Pissarro ; edited with a supplement by Alan Fern.

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