By Theodore Reik Grove Press First Trade Edition 1961, (Yep -it's a Kuhlman) Barney Rosset once joked that Grove was putting out so many titles by Theodore Reik that they would need to change the publishing house's name to the Reik Press. He never did, but still makes for an interesting read and another great cover.
‘The Lady of Shalott’, John William Waterhouse, 1888 | Tate
Artwork page for ‘The Lady of Shalott’, John William Waterhouse, 1888 Alfred Tennyson’s poem, ‘The Lady of Shalott’ (1833) describes a heroine cursed to stay in her tower, forbidden to look directly at the world. When she glimpses the night Sir Lancelot she falls in love, defies the curse and leaves the tower to find him. Waterhouse shows the Lady of Shalott out in the cold world. At the point of death, she frees a boat to float down the river to Camelot. In Victorian society women were…
Francis Bacon : Triptych (Three Studies for a Crucifixion)
Three Studies for a Crucifixion Oil and sand on canvas Three panels, each 198.1 x 144.8 cm 1962 Three Studies for a Crucifixion Oil and sand on canvas Left panel : 198.1 x 144.8 cm 1962 Three Studies for a Crucifixion Oil and sand on canvas Centre panel : 198.1 x 144.8 cm 1962 Three…
Patch - No War But the Class War - choose Black or White Fabric - punk patches, anti capitalist, iww, wobblies, cooperative, union, marx
Like all out patches, this is printed on upcycled materials with water based ink! This patch reads, No War But the Class War - a rallying cry for anti-capitalists, that has been around for decades! (this was a custom order for someone, and now we have many!) Image measures 5.5 x 2 inches or 14 x 5