The Song of Los.

The Song of Los.
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London: Trianon Press, 1975. 4to, 8 plates, 8 pp. commentary by Keynes with another plate, plus 22 additional progressive proof plates, and with a metal pochoir stencil mounted at the end. Full brown morocco, prospectus inserted, a fine copy in slipcase. As new. #28 of 32 de luxe copies with the extra plates showing the progressive stages of the collotype and hand-stencil process. The total edition was limited to 432 copies. One of the richest and most elaborate Trianons. Bentley, Blake Books, A137. “The Song of Los completes the cycle of the four continents... the complete work tells the story of mankind from Adam to the Last Judgment, the triumph of death, and the general resurrection caused by the revolution.” (Damon, Blake Dictionary). (Item Id: 105218)

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