8vo. San Marino: Huntington Library, 1997. 8vo, viii, 183 pp with 18 color plates and 30 black and white illustrations. As new in original illustrated wrappers. First edition of this important collection of essays by Viscomi, Mellor, Bindman, Rajan, Eaves, and Mitchell, with an introduction by Essick. The Huntington Library’s copy of Visions of the Daughters of Albion is reproduced in full and in color for the first time. (Inventory #: 108993)
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