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(Text)...Writers and Artists Collaborative Poster Project


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(Text)...Writers and Artists Collaborative Poster Project

1974
20th century
637 x 482 mm (25.1 x 19 in.)

William Earl Davison (aka Bill Davison), American, b. born 1941

Object Type: print
Medium and Support: Offset lithograph
Print impression quality: Excellent
Series: from portfolio Vermont Council on the Arts / Writers and Artists Collaborative Poster Project
Edition: Edition of 1200, printed by The George Little Press; Bill Davison, project supervisor; issued and stored unmatted in folder with list of artists and poets; the portfolio consists of ten offset lithographs with poems and one sheet of explanatory text. List of artists and poets: 1 (Text)...Writers and Artists Collaborative Poster Project; 2. Francis Hewitt (Poet, John Engels), “Distances”; 3. Stuart Eldridge (Poet, Margaret Edwards), “the morning struck…”; 4. Sarah Swenson (Poet, Robert Pack), “To soar…”; 5. Johan Severtson (Poet, Robert Pack), “At This Distance”; 6. Neil Rappaport (Poet, William Arrowsmith), “Discipline”; 7. Pat Adams (Poet, Ben Belitt), “Winter Pond”; 8. Daniel Higgins (Poet, David Huddle), “Remember the shadow…”; 9. Meg Walker (Poet, Stephan Sandy), “To stand in a field…”; 10. Peter Ruddick (Poet, Lindy Hough), “Always what has been hardest…”; 11. Bill Davison (Poet Galway Kinnell), “Getting the Mail.”
Credit Line: Gift of Bill Davison, 1974
Accession Number: 1974.28.1.1

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This object has the following keywords:
  • illustration - The art or process of providing illustrations. [March 1993 lead-in term added. May 1991 scope note added.]
  • literature (writings)
  • nonrepresentational art - Art which presents a visual form with no specific reference to anything outside itself. With regard to 20th-century art, use "Nonobjective." [May 1993 related term added.]
  • poetry

Dimensions
  • sheet Dimensions: 637 x 482 mm (25.1 x 19 in.)

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