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  1. Our Essex House Press books do not come from the Emery Walker Library, and indeed C R Ashbee is conspicuous in his absence from Walker’s correspondence. Ashbee and Walker would have known each other through the Arts & Crafts Exhibition Society and the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings (SPAB), but do not appear to have corresponded.

  2. 8 de abr. de 2022 · Most of the illustrations in Essex House Press books were wood engravings, a nineteenth-century picture-making process which went out of commercial use in the 1890s. Artists and private-press printers then took it up, and in this spirit Ashbee occasionally published wood engravings as prints or images in their own right, without any text.

  3. Book author and publisher. Ashbee was involved in book production and literary work. He set up the Essex House Press after Morris's Kelmscott Press closed in 1897, taking on many of the displaced printers and craftsmen. Between 1898 and 1910 the Essex House Press produced more than 70 titles.

  4. Charles R. Ashbee founds Essex House Press. Inspired by William Morris and the fine printing revival, Charles R. Ashbee founded the Essex House Press in 1898. Clemence Housman engraved numerous illustrations for this firm.

  5. First Essex House Press edition, number 79 of 125 copies only, each printed on vellum and hand-coloured. Keats's romantic narrative poem was first published in his final book Lamia, Isabella, The Eve of St. Agnes, and other poems in 1820. This was the second work in the Essex House Press Great Poems series. The Essex House Press was founded...

  6. The Essex House Press published its first book in 1898. The work of the press was very much a part of the Arts and Crafts Movement. Ashbee continually linked the aims of the press with those of John Ruskin and William Morris and described the object of the movement as “making useful things…making them well and…making them beautiful.”

  7. 31 de dic. de 2014 · A bibliography of the Essex House press, with notes on the designs, blocks, cuts, bindings, etc., from the year 1898 to 1904 by Ashbee, C. R. (Charles Robert), 1863-1942. Publication date 1904 Topics Essex House Press Publisher [Campden, Gloucestershire : Essex House press Collection cornell; americana

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