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[ARION PRESS]. DINE, Jim (b. 1935), illustrator. The Apocalypse: The Revelation of Saint John the Divine. San Francisco: Arion Press, 1982.
2o (375 x 283 mm). 29 woodblock illustrations cut by Jim Dine, using a Dremel and hand tools. Original quarter white pigskin and oak veneer boards with lightning bolt design on both covers (some very light soiling to pigskin).
LIMITED EDITION OF JIM DINE'S APOCALYPSE, number 22 of 150 copies signed by the artist on the title page and by the printer, Andrew Hoyem, in the colophon, of an edition of 165. The tenth publication of the Arion Press, noted for its dramatic typography and full-page woodcuts. American Livre de Peintre 13.
LAWRENCE, T.E. (1888-1935). Letters from T.E. Shaw to Bruce Rogers. Privately printed by William Edwin Rudge, 1933. 8o. Printed in brown ink. Original limp brown linen, gilt-lettered on spine; glassine dust jacket (tattered). (First and last few pages very lightly spotted at edges.) FIRST EDITION, LIMITED EDITION, one of 200 copies. Bruce Rogers (1870-1957) was the printer of Lawrence's translation of The Odyssey, and this published correspondence relates to the work's development. O'Brien A160. [Tipped in]: Autograph letter signed ("Bruce Rogers"), Copenhagen, 12 August 1935, to a London correspondent, relating to Rogers' summer holiday. 2 pages.