James J. Guthrie and the Pear Tree Press.

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Library, University of California , Santa Barbara
Guthrie, James, -- b. 1874., Pear Tree
ContributionsUniversity of California, Santa Barbara.
The Physical Object
Pagination4 pamphlets (in portfolio)
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Open LibraryOL21386124M

About this Item: Pear Tree Press, 4/90 COPIES signed by James Guthrie, tipped-in frontispiece with tissue guard (the latter spotted) and engraved bookplates in various colours throughout, crown 8vo, original quarter linen with black boards, Guthrie designed label to upper board, bookplate of Janie Legge to flyleaf, original tissue jacket.

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Library.]. Note of appreciation / Donald C. Davidson --The James Guthrie Pear Tree Press Collection / Andrew J.

Horn --Transition in printing: an essay / by James Guthrie --Handlist of James Joshua Guthrie and the Pear Tree Press Collection / [by Christian Brun]. Other Titles: James J. Guthrie Pear Tree Press. Title: James J. Guthrie / Pear Tree Press [cover title]. Author Name: Guthrie, James.

Categories: Printing, Publisher: Santa Barbara, University Of California, Santa Barbara: [] Book Condition: Fine condition Seller ID: Keywords: Printing History Typography Santa Barbara.

Inspired by William Blake and William Morris, James J. James J. Guthrie and the Pear Tree Press. book founded The Pear Tree Press inso that he could take production into his own hands. Clemence Housman engraved numerous illustrations for Pear Tree Press books.

Placing Housman's work within "that tradition which runs through Blake and the Pre-Raphaelites," Guthrie observed in. James J. Guthrie and The Pear Tree Press. “Conscious of this downward tendency, which he seems to look upon as inevitable and irresistible, Mr. Guthrie, of the Pear-tree Press at Bognor, has renounced type altogether, and now prints books, like William Blake, from etched plates inscribed with his own fine book-hand.

Such a method is, of. Illustrated. James J. Guthrie (), was born in Scotland but moved to London as a child. He founded the Pear Tree Press in when living at Pear Tree Cottage in Ingrave, Essex, England. He moved several times before settling at Flansham, near Bognor Regis, Sussex in Pear Tree Press Publisher - 31 works / 3 ebooks.

Auguries of innocence William Blake Not in Library. account of the aims and intentions of his press, with a list of books. Guthrie, James Not in Library. WorldCat record id: James J.

Guthrie (), a Scotsman who moved to London as a child, was the founder of Pear Tree Press, which began inat a time when Guthrie was living at Pear Tree Cottage in Ingrave, Essex, England. (Pear Tree Press.) JAMES J. GUTHRIE and the Pear Tree Press.

[A Keepsake.] Description. ONE OF 1, COPIES, printed in red and black, small spot to front of contents leaf, various sizes and formats, original brown paper folder, printed label to front with Guthrie illustration printed in red and black and slightly spotted, sticker of reference library fro Monk Bretton Books to inside cover, a.

The James J. Guthrie - Pear Tree Press Collection was purchased in conjunction with the UCSB Libraries ,th volume celebration in It contains the collection of manuscripts, as well as a number of printed items that have been cataloged individually and may be searched in Pegasus, the UCSB Libraries online catalog.

James J. Guthrie (), a Scotsman who moved to London as a child, was the founder of Pear Tree Press, which began inat a time when Guthrie was living at Pear Tree Cottage in Ingrave, Essex, England. Guthrie moved the press to Shorne in Kent, then Harting in Sussex, before settling at Flansham, near Bognor Regis, Sussex in Very good.

) "The Elf, A Sequence of the Seasons," London, The Old Bourne Press, all designed and illustrated by James Guthrie and printed at the Old Bourne Press [Pear Tree Press forerunner] under the supervision of W. Herbert Broome,each pp, and each copies # (hand written) of an edition of copies.

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King James. $ James J. Guthrie (), a Scotsman raised in London, and, like Bottomley, inspired by William Morris, founded Pear Tree Press in while he was living at Pear Tree Cottage in Ingrave, Essex, England.

Guthrie moved the press to Shorne in Kent, then Harting in Sussex, before settling at Flansham, near Bognor Regis, Sussex in PearTree Press is an independent (indy) publishing company located in Fall River, Massachusetts.

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by Anon. COVID Update. Octo Biblio is open and shipping orders. James Guthrie & the Pear Tree Press. by Anon Book condition: Near Fine Book Description. Santa Barbara: University of. James J. Guthrie and The Pear Tree Press. Library University of California Santa Barbara.

This portfolio, printed letterpress in an edition of copies, is printed on the occasion of the acquisition of the one-half millionth book in the University of California, Santa Barbara Library.

This copy is inscribed from James Guthrie, the founder of The Pear Tree Press, to W.J. Ibbett, a British poet and a friend of literary figures such as H.

Buxton Forman who had several volumes of his work published by small presses. Two of James Guthrie’s poems appear in this volume. Light wear and soiling to binding.

An exceptionally good copy. James J. Guthrie (), a Scotsman who moved to London as a child, was the founder of Pear Tree Press, which began inat a time when Guthrie was living at Pear Tree.

Guthrie, James J The Elf, - Summer (first series, published by the Pear Tree Press, Ingrave, Essex) Poe, Edgar Allen Some Poems [Shorne, Kent; ]: Artwork and announcements only. Designs and illustrations, engraver’s proofs etc., with associated printed material, of James Joshua Guthrie for his own publishing house, along with other book illustration work, bookplates, etc, and other illustrative work by John Guthrie and Stuart Guthrie, and work by Daniel Phaër (a pseudonym of J.

Guthrie) for the Pear Tree Press. 8vo; 4 parts in brown paper portfolio with illustrated cover label. Printed letterpress in an edition of copies on the occasion of the acquisition of the one-half millionth book in the UC Santa Barbara es: Note of Appreciation [to Wm.

Wreden]; Introduction: The James Guthrie Pear Tree Press Collection by Andrew J.

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Horn; Transition in Printing by James J. Guthrie [from the. James Guthrie From a Sussex Village. Pear Tree Press: Bognor Regis, Festival edition (frontis, 17 pp., a contribution to the Festival of Britain). Signed, dated and with a note by Guthrie.

In red cloth, gilt lettering (discoloured endpapers) and pictorial Dj (three small stains on front). James Guthrie [illustrator]. Miller. INSCRIBED. The Wreath. Pear Tree Press, First edition, first - Available at Weekly Internet Rare Books and.

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Guthrie, James Joshua, born - died (artist) The Pear Tree Press (publisher) Materials and Techniques. Ink, Chinese white, paper, drawing.

Dimensions: 9 3/8 in: 7 1/8 in. Descriptive line. Title page of "The Paradise of Tintoretto: an essay by F. Osmaston."; drawing in ink and Chinese white by James J.

Guthrie, mass-production and increased pace of urban life that we find James J. Guthrie, the owner and operator of the Pear Tree Press he founded in The printing press movement gained momentum within the larger arts and crafts movement by the s, and many presses. Gourevitch, Philip; editor and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Guthrie James Editor - AbeBooks Passion for books.

This paper focuses upon the collection of works by Scottish printmaker James J. Guthrie () housed in the University of Kentucky Libraries Special Collections Research Center.

The collection includes numerous prints, drawings, and book plates from the Pear Tree Press, the private press Guthrie operated in England from until his death.GUTHRIE (JAMES) To the Memory of Edward Thomas, NUMBER 48 OF COPIES.

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