Please note that the bookshop and Blake Gallery will be fully open for virtual business but closed to drop-in visitors until further notice -- mail and parcels will be sent and received as usual and curbside delivery or drop-off can be arranged by appointment. The shop hours will remain the same (M-F 9-5, S 10-4). Thank you and please accept our very best wishes for your good health and welfare from all of us at JWAB.
1820. No place (but London?): no date (ca. 1820?). 2 pp., small 4to, written in brown ink on one side and addressed on the other with a watercolor drawing by Cruikshank. § A tantalizing letter: addressed only to “Mr. Cumberland,” it is tempting to hope it might be George Cumberland..... More
1918. Brompton: June 19, 1810. Oblong 12mo, beautifully written in copperplate script on one side of the page, bordered in black. Very good. § A sad but interesting association item, being the thanks (in the third person) sent by Schiavonetti to Benjamin West on the death of his brother Luigi..... More