London's lost rivers.
- London : The artist, 
- Physical Description:
- 1 folded sheet ( p.) : ill. ; 16 x 60 cm. folded to 16 x 12 cm.
- Rare Books and ManuscriptsN7433.4.B87 L66 1997Yale Center for British Art, Friends of British Art FundAccessible by request in the Study Room [Request]
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- Embossed chart of the River Thames and tributaries from Bollo Brook to the River Lea. Hand-colored in water color. The names of the 'lost rivers' are rubber stamped on the chart with the lettering taken from period maps to the present day tube map.
"Langbourne water, was a great stream breaking out of the ground in Fenchurch Street, which ran a swift course, West, through that street and down Lumbard Street, to the West end of St. Mary Wolmothes Church, and then turning the course down Sharebourne Lane, so termed of sharing or dividing, it brake into divers rills or rillets to the River Thames. Stow. J. (1598). 'Survey of London'."--Recto of back cover.
Cover title, on printed paper label.
Date of publicatiom fron Artists' book yearbook.
Accordion fold format, with text illustrations on one side only.
Bound in black Korean paper boards with Chinese ribbon ties.
Limited edition of 100 copies.
Artists' book yearbook 1998-99, p. 104
BAC: British Art Center copy is no. 98 of 100 copies. Signed by the artist.
- Subject Terms:
- Artists' books -- Great Britain.Rivers -- England -- London.Rubber stamp art -- Great Britain.Thames River (England) in art.
- Artists' books -- Great Britain
Accordion fold format (Binding) -- England -- 20th century.
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