The Death of the Narcissus

Barry Moser

Published by Pennyroyal Press, 1970
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Title: The Death of the Narcissus

Publisher: Pennyroyal Press

Publication Date: 1970

Binding: Original Wraps

Illustrator: Barry Moser

Book Condition: Good

Edition: Numbered

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Moser's first book contains a portfolio of 11 botanical images and a haiku by Edo period poet Onitsura. This book came from Moser's press named the Pennyroyal. Moser sees his most important and satisfying work as the book itself. It is the careful choreography of illustration, type set, layout and design, binding, and the cover that he considers his art form. Printed on a run of 35, this is the artist's proof. It contains 8 images, all signed by Moser. Dimensions: folio, title page, haiku, 8 signed etchings Binding: loose in original box. Condition: box in very good condition; the etchings are in good condition, save for the occasional spot. Bookseller Inventory #


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Book Description: Pennyroyal Press, Massachusetts, 1970. Original Wraps. Book Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. Moser, Barry (illustrator). Limited. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall. Moser’s first book contains a portfolio of 11 botanical images and a haiku by Edo period poet Onitsura. This book came from Moser’s press named the Pennyroyal. Moser sees his most important and satisfying work as the book itself. It is the careful choreography of illustration, type set, layout and design, binding, and the cover that he considers his art form. Printed on a run of 35, this is the artist’s proof. It contains 8 images, all signed by Moser. Dimensions: folio, title page, haiku, 8 signed etchings. Binding: loose in original box. Condition: box in very good condition; the etchings are in good condition, save for a very occasional spot (see photos). Signed by Illustrator(s). Bookseller Inventory # 000542

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