SUSAN ALLIX ~ Trees. A short and random collection of words on trees; with prints.
No. 10 of a very small occasional series, each unique, numbered and signed. 9 prints by Susan Allix, including woodcut, linocut and etching. Printed in Bembo on velin Arches paper. 23 x 18.5 cms. Bound by Susan Allix in full citron morocco with onlays of purple, black, red and green morocco, painted on both covers by Susan Allix, spine lettered in blind. Housed in the original green clamshell box with morocco spine label.
The text includes thoughts on the cherry by A.E. Housman from ‘A Shropshire Lad’, Browning's ‘Home-thoughts from Abroad’ about the elm - "O to be in England now that April's there"; George Meredith's ‘Dirge in the Woods’ about the pine as well as prose on the olive and a beautiful Allix print of a 'Sunlit tree'.
From the library of Felix Dennis.