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    • Artists' books--Specimens; Pop-up books--Specimens; Nursery rhymes in art
    • Title from 23 Sandy Gallery website, viewed Feb. 25, 2014. / Cover illustrated with blackbird cut-outs. / "Pop-up-[book]- ink, markers, colour pencil, acetate, paper, solid core matt board. 2 pages. 12 x 18 inches open"--23 Sandy Gallery website. /...
    • A colorful tale.

    • Color in art; Color--Poetry; Artists' books--Specimens; Color; Color in art
    • Name of book artist from 23 Sandy Gallery website, viewed March 20, 2015. Limited edition of 65 copies, numbered and signed by the artist. "This book illuminates how few words are needed to ignite the imagination of the reader. It is part of a...
    • A torn web: 16 poems.

    • Artists' books--Specimens
    • "A torn web is volume five of the "Stratigraphic Archives." Ruth Stone's poems were the source and provided a certain recognition of forms that evolved into Michele Burgess's etchings and book design, created in Vermont during the summer of 2010....
    • ABC of bugs and plants in a northern garden.

    • Insect-plant relationships; Garden pests--North America--Pictorial works; Insects--North America--Pictorial works; Alphabet books--Vermont; Artists' books--Specimens; Lettering; Alphabet books
    • "A collaboration between Vermonters Claire Van Vliet, proprietor of Janus Press, and Judy Fairclough Sgantas, an artist and gardener. This work is a double alphabet book, with classical Roman letter forms entwined with plant life and insects. For...
    • American breeding standards.

    • Artists' books--Specimens; Body image in art; Beauty, Personal, in art; Surgery, Plastic, in art; Feminism in art; Beauty culture--United States; Breeding; Artists' books; Beauty culture; Beauty, Pers
    • Limited edition of 60 copies, signed and numbered by the artist. / "American Breeding Standards is letterpress printed on Zerkall Book from handset metal types and photopolymer plates. The binding structure is an exposed spine sewn on tapes and...
    • An exquisite future.

    • Honeybee--Environmental aspects--Fiction; Colony collapse disorder of honeybees--Fiction; Agricultural chemicals industry--Fiction; Artists' books--Specimens
    • Bound as an accordian with a removable spine and sewn inserts. / "An Exquisite Future was created in the Fall of 2014 by Master's Degree candidates [Susanne Allen, Sarah Matthews, Amy Nichols, Sarah Denslow, Krista Sharp, Julie Sheah] in the Art...
    • An Oxbow ABC.

    • Trees in art; Forests and forestry--Michigan--Saugatuck--Pictorial works; Alphabet books--Specimens; Artists' books--Specimens; Forests and forestry; Trees in art
    • Issued in two limited editions of 6 signed and numbered copies each. One edition is bound in cloth, and the other in leather and enclosed in a vellum paper letter-fold case. / "Accordion structure. Epson colored prints. Museum board bound"--Vamp &...
    • Atropa mandragora.

    • Mandrakes; Artists' books--Specimens
    • Edition of 5 copies. / Pages are etched, painted and fired glass. The pages are glue chip glass, the covers stained glass. Each page is hand-painted so there is some variation in the edition. / Accompanying pamphlet details mandrake legends and...
    • Audible sound.

    • Artists' books--Specimens; Calligraphy--Specimens
    • "This hanging, accordion fold book is 60 x 6 inches when fully open. The background is acrylic paste paper with hand-lettered text in acrylic ink and sumi ink. There is a cord in the cover for hanging. Unique books in a series"--Abecedarian Gallery...
    • Cell memory.

    • Artists' books--Specimens; Cells--In art
    • Folded oblong pages with accompanying envelope. / "Offset printed in grey and yellow ink on UV Ultra paper. Pamphlet sewn, enclosed in a shaped envelope with string, and fabric additions"--Author's website,...
    • Crossing the Tigris.

    • War in art; Iraq War, 2003-2011--Atrocities; Soldiers in art; Sex crimes in art; Maps in art; Group work in art--Specimens; Artists' books--Specimens
    • Each book published in a limited edition of 60 numbered copies. / "A narrative in three books recounting soldier's stories from the Iraq War. This is a collaborative project between Jeffrey Morin, Caren Heft, and Brian Borchardt. The collaborators...
    • Education-by-Television, University of Louisville, January, 1950.

    • Distance education; University of Louisville--Students; University of Louisville--Faculty; Television broadcasting; WAVE-TV (Television station : Louisville, Ky.); Students; Teachers;
    • Two rows of students face University of Louisville professor Dr. Harvey Webster as he teaches a class on contemporary British fiction that is being broadcast on WAVE-TV. This class was part of an effort to expand access to education to community...
    • Education-by-Television, University of Louisville, January, 1950.

    • Distance education; University of Louisville--Students; University of Louisville--Faculty; Television broadcasting; WAVE-TV (Television station : Louisville, Ky.); Students; Teachers;
    • University of Louisville professor Dr. Harvey Webster sits on a desk facing students sitting in desk-chairs; there is a television camera labeled "WAVE-TV" in front of the class, as well. Webster is teaching a class on contemporary British fiction...
    • Everyday readers.

    • Reading in art; Travel in art; Artists' books--Specimens
    • Variable limited ed. / Orange card in pocket on p. 3 of cover, numbered and signed by the author, acts as colophon. / "Blockprint on checkout cards, mulberry paper, brads, type, vintage cover. Drawn on my daily commute across the bay."--Colophon. /...
    • Expositio in omnes Pauli epistolas, fragment.

    • Manuscripts, Medieval Florus; Lugdunensis; Citeaux (Cote-d'Or, France)
    • Leaf from a twelfth century theology book, copied at the Monastery of Citeaux in France. The book was written on animal skins since paper was not used in Europe at that time, and was intended for study or for reading aloud within the monastic...

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