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Woolf, Virginia. (Hogarth Press. Vanessa Bell).

Published by Hogarth Press, Richmond (1927)

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Item Description: Hogarth Press, Richmond, 1927. First Illustrated Edition. Woolf, Virginia. KEW GARDENS. Double Signed. Richmond: Hogarth Press, 1927. First Illustrated Edition. Third Edition overall and the First Illustrated Edition bound in the original decorated boards illustrated by Vanessa Bell. Copy #197 of only 500 Numbered Copies. Crown 4to. 48 pp. This copy Signed by both Virginia Woolf and Vanessa Bell. A superior near fine example, showing modest use, the original spine is intact. Custom thick Mylar protective clear wrapper. Custom TBCL slipcase in very fine condition. A lovely example. "Virginia Woolf initially thought Kew Gardens to be "slight & short" and wrote Vanessa Bell that it was bad, this sketch" as Woolf usually called her short fictions". Hussey, Mark. Kirkpatrick and Clarke A3c. Woolmer 155. Signed by Author(s). Bookseller Inventory # 32464

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Woolf, Virginia. (Hogarth Press. Vanessa Bell).

Published by Hogarth Press, Richmond (1919)

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Item Description: Hogarth Press, Richmond, 1919. Second Edition. Woolf, Virginia. KEW GARDENS. Richmond: Hogarth Press, 1919. Second Edition. (500 copies printed). 8vo. 16 pp. With two engravings by Vanessa Bell, in the original decorated wrappers, which have had some excellent edge restoration. White printed label to upper wrapper. Not in fact printed at, but for, the Hogarth Press by Richard Madley of Whitfield Street, possibly in consequence of Vanessa Bell's disappointment at the first edition's rendering of her interior art, which had, at 150 copies, been well enough subscribed to put forth a second. A lovely example. "Leonard Woolf thought that these wrappers were not from the Omega Workshops but were copied from the first edition by someone else". Kirkpatrick and Clarke A3b. Woolmer 7. Bookseller Inventory # 32463

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Woolf, Virginia. (Hogarth Press. Vanessa Bell).

Published by Hogarth Press, Richmond (1919)

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Item Description: Hogarth Press, Richmond, 1919. First Edition. Woolf, Virginia. (Hogarth Press. Vanessa Bell). KEW GARDENS. Richmond: Hogarth Press, 1919. First Edition. 8vo. 16 pp. Hand-coloured decorated wallpaper wrappers ostensibly from the Omega Workshops in royal blue, rich deep brown and orange on a black ground. With two woodcuts by Vanessa Bell. Publisher's white printed label to the upper wrapper, publisher's cancel slip affixed to last leaf over original imprint, as issued. A splendid, extremely good copy showing minimal use. (Second state of the Vanessa Bell woodcut on pp. 16 - without priority). Approximately 150 copies printed although Leonard Woolf in Beginning Again states, "we printed about 170 copies". A very small run of Virginia Woolf's third publication and a scarcity thus. What was intended to be a 'Hobby Press' was now a commercially viable press. In his Daily News review, E. M. Forster wrote that "Kew Gardens was a vision unalloyed and quite un-English". Kirkpatrick and Clarke A3a. Woolmer 7. Bookseller Inventory # 32462

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