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Cover Art
PRINTED BOOKS
Author Pullen, Lisa.

Title The night ladder / linocuts by Lisa Pullen ; poems by Angela Gardner.

Published St Lucia, Qld. : Light-trap Press, 2009.

Copies

Location Call No. Status
 UniM Bail SpC/ARTBOOK ef  702.81 PULLE    NOT FOR LOAN
Physical description 1 volume (unpaged) : colour illustrations ; 43 x 31 cm
Notes Limited edition of 10 livres deluxe A-J and 15 artists' books 1-15.
Typeset in Times and Albertus on Magnani Velata Avorio paper. Bound by F. and R. Pohlmann. Artists' books unbound in cloth folio by F. and R. Pohlmann.
Contents Clattermouth -- Little red riding hood -- Cinderella -- Sleeping beauty -- Bluebeard.
Summary Artists' book of five dark poems based on Charles Perrault's fairy tales, with original linoprints on a double fold-out sheet. Visual imagery based on a keen sense of mythology, story-telling and personal history, dramatically printed in the artist's trademark red and black.
NOTES Copyright status of this item: Non-exclusive, non-commercial licence for State Library of Queensland held from Lisa Pullen, 27/08/2010, See file no.680/700/035.
Local note SpC/ARTBOOK copy is signed by the artist and author.
Other author Gardner, Angela.
Pohlmann, Fred.
Pohlmann, R.
Light-trap Press.
Subject Fairy tales -- Illustrations.
Fairy tales -- Poetry.
Private press books -- Australia.
Private press books -- Australia -- Brisbane (Qld.)
Linoleum block-printing, Australian -- Australia -- Brisbane (Qld.) -- 21st century -- Specimens.
Prints, Australian.
Artists' books -- Australia.
Fairy poetry.
Fairy tales in art.
Art and mythology.
Australian.
Local author Pullen, Lisa. sgn
Gardner, Angela. sgn
ISBN 9780980486322