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The Apple (of Beauty and Discord) - Volume One, 1920

Furst, Herbert (Ed.)

Published by Colour Limited, London, 1920
Condition: Good Soft cover
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Folio. 271, [1]pp. Original illustrated olive cloth, with black lettering on spine and front cover. Illustrated title page. First volume of a quarterly devoted to art and letters. This first annual volume is complete with the first four issues of the series, and contains numerous poems and stories, essays on the arts by modern writers (Ezra Pound, Kenneth Hare, Cecil French, Thomas Moult, W. H. Davies, Ernest Wills, etc.) and some 160 reproductions of etchings, lithographs, woodcuts and drawings by modern artists such as: Cecil French, Cora Gordon, Joseph Simpson, Hippolyte Daeye, Maeztu, Alfred Palmer, Frank Dobson, Alfred Wolmark, Edmond X. Kapp, Benvenuto M. Disertori, John White, John Nash, Vere Chatteris, W. Strang, Randolph Schwabe, Joseph Southall, Sydney Lee, Louis Sargent, Ramah, Jan Poortenaar, Charles Ginner, Ethel Gabain, George Clausen, John Copley, R. A. Wilson, Leon de Smet, Keith Baynes, and many more. Head and tail of spine rubbed. Small part of cloth missing on spine. Binding darkened. Front free endpaper creased. Binding in overall fair, interior in good+ to very good, plates in very good condition. Edited by Herbert Furst, the "Apple" was a quarterly magazine printed by The Morland Press and published by Colour Publishing from January 1920 until April 1922. The magazine's contents page erects a partition between visual art and literature with the sub-headings "Art" and "Letters". "Art" includes etchings, woodcuts, pencil drawings, engravings, charcoal drawings, sculpture, lithographs, wash drawings, and aquatints, and "Letters," a somewhat highbrow label, encompasses literary criticism, topical articles, poetry and short stories. Bookseller Inventory # 38273

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Title: The Apple (of Beauty and Discord) - Volume ...

Publisher: Colour Limited, London

Publication Date: 1920

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Good

Edition: First edition.

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