To Remember Ray Frederick Coyle: Six Reproductions of His Work
by Coyle, Ray Frederick, George Sterling, & John Henry Nash
Unpag. (11) volume containing title page, dedication, a sonnet "To Ray Coyle" by George Sterling, a foreword by John Henry Nash, and six full-page plates with reproductions of Coyle's work, two with highlights in silver and gold ink. Folio. Marbled boards, some minor bumping to corners and wear to edges. San Francisco (John Henry Nash) 1926. One of 210 copies. This beautiful dedication volume was printed two years after Coyle's death by his publisher and friend, John Henry Nash. A well-respected illustrator, Coyle's stunning and fantastical drawings are infused with a combination of the Art Nouveau and Art Deco styles, and show a clear influence of the work of Aubrey Beardsley. (Inventory #: 48295)
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