A Speech Introducing Albert Einstein: With An Introduction & Five Etchings By Joseph Goldyne
first editionFine Binding
by Shaw, George Bernard
Rockport, ME: Two Ponds Press. Fine. 2014. First Edition; First Printing. Fine Binding. Copy #26 of 75 copies. The design and typography were conceived by Michael Russem. The types are Bembo and Gill Sans and were cast at the Press and Letterfoundry of Michael & Winifred Bixler, with additional hand composition by Rose Wisotzky. The presswork was executed by Arthur Larson at Horton Tank Graphics. The etchings were printed by Robert Townsend. The paper is handmade by Velke Losiny. Binding by Claudia Cohen; A collaboration with renowned California artist Joseph Goldyne, one of the leading printmakers working today. Goldyne is a master of the intaglio techniques of etching, drypoint and aquatint. This little-known speech by G. B. Shaw, introducing his friend, Albert Einstein, is paired with five etchings. Goldyne also has written the foreword, which places Shaw's and Einstein's remarks in the historic context of the tumultuous time between the two World Wars . (Inventory #: 26809)
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