Four Letters to Frederick Evans
Limited edition, no. 61 of 150 copies
Privately printed for Alan Clodd at the Tragara Press. Text set in Perpetua, no 61 of 150 copies, printed on Abbey Mills 'Greenfield' antique laid paper, and sewn into overlapping green paper wrappers, titled in black to the front. 22 × 14.5cm. pp.
Published to mark the centenary of the birth of Edward Thomas on 3rd March 1878. This contains four letters from Edward Thomas to Frederick Evans. Evans (b. 1852) was a London bookseller famed as being the discoverer of the work of Aubrey Beardsley. He later became a photographer, and the frontispiece is one of the portraits made by Evans in 1904 referred to in the first letter.
Very good condition.
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