The Fleece Press, Huddersfield, UK
Tom Chadwick and The Grosvenor School of Modern Art, 2012
Tom Chadwick made a name for himself as a wood engraver in the early 1930s. Julian Francis’s well researched essay charts the life and work of this talented artist tragically killed in action at El Alamein at the age of 30 in 1942. 16 tipped-in wood engravings printed from the original blocks. Bound in quarter orange cloth and patterned paper covered boards housed in a linen slipcase.
Edition 210, 340 x 240mm.
£320 (plus P&P and insurance)