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Picturing a World


Today, while a thin dusting of snow lies over the hills outside my window, a used copy of Boxwood (1960 edition) arrived in the mail. The book was a collaboration between the woodcut engraver, Reynolds Stone, and poet Sylvia Townsend Warner, who illustrated a set his landscapes. For more about the project, including four examples, see 'Possibilities in a Collaboration': Boxwood in Context.

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