A millennium bestiary.
- Bristol : Faculty of Art, Media and Design, University of the West of England, 1995.
- Physical Description:
-  p. : ill. ; 40 x 57 cm.
- Rare Books and ManuscriptsFolio B 2012 5Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon FundAccessible by request in the Study Room [Request]
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- Limited edition of 126 copies.
"In the summer of 1994, forty-four painters, illustrators, designers, animators, printmakers, and sculptors were invited to create a new beast as a way of celebrating the approaching end of the 20th century. These beasts would be collected between two covers under the rubric A millennium bestiary. The brief was simple: devise a beast that symbolises any aspect of the past one thousand years, draw that beast in blank ink on a white sheet of paper no larger than 15 inches by 22. Write an accompanying text of 100 words."--Preface.
With beasts by Chris Hill, Elaine Shemilt, Peter Murphy, Peter Reddick, Andrzei Klimowski, Ansel Krut, Ian Woodrow, Claudio Munoz, Lubaina Himid, Graham Crowley, David Atkinson, Anita Taylor, Nicholas Homoky, Ian Phillips, Richard Anderton, David Hughes, Christopher Cook, Alfred Stockham, Simon Stern, Linda Littledyke, George Tute, Alan R. Jack, Janet Haigh, Jeff Helllyer, Robert Mason, Leonard Rosoman, Russell Mills, Stephen Farthing, Paul Gough, Peter Lord, Judy Inglis, Iain Biggs, Stephen Hoskins, Ian McCullough, Paul van der Lem, Lizzie Cox, George Hardie, Martin Rieser, Malcolm Martin, John Wilson, Brian Grimwood, Peter de Francia, Paul Thomas, and Guy Troughton.
BAC: British Art Center copy is no. 75 of a limited edition of 126 copies. Bound in publisher's original black cloth.
- Subject Terms:
- Animals, Mythical, in art.Bestiaries.Faculty of Art, Media and Design, University of the West of England -- Publisher.Pen drawing -- 20th century.Pen drawing, British.
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