Alfred Wallis : paintings from St. Ives / with an introduction by George Melly.
- Cambridge [England] : Kettle's Yard (University of Cambridge) in association with Redstone Press, 1990.
- Physical Description:
- 1 booklet (17 p.),  leaves,  postcards : ill., facsims. ; in box 16 x 12 cm.
- Rare Books and ManuscriptsN7433.4.W35 A44 1990Accessible by request in the Study Room [Request]
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- "Paintings from St. Ives reproduces paintings and letters by the extraordinary primitivist Alfred Wallis (1855-1942), a semi-literate Cornish fisherman who began painting 'for company' when he was seventy, after the death of his wife. George Melly's sympathetic introduction outlines Wallis's life and provides a critical commentary on the work."--Reverse of box lid.
Includes reproductions of Wallis' paintings and facsimiles of letters sent by him to Jim Ede.
"Designed by Julian Rothenstein, postcards printed by Jackson, Wilson Ltd."--Colophon.
"The collection of Alfred Wallis paintings at Kettle's Yard was made by Jim Ede."--Colophon.
- Subject Terms:
- Artists' books -- Great Britain.Jackson, Wilson Ltd. -- Printer.St. Ives (Cornwall, England) -- In art.Wallis, Alfred, 1855-1942.
- Postcards -- 1990.
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