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This volume surveys the life and work of the Scottish poet Ian Hamilton Finlay, who is best known for his extraordinary garden, Little Sparta, a unique “poem of place” in which poetry, sculpture, and horticulture intersect. This book directs sustained attention to Finlay the verbal artist, revealing the full breadth and richness of his poetics/5(4). This volume surveys the life and work of the Scottish poet Ian Hamilton Finlay, who is best known for his extraordinary garden, Little Sparta, a unique “poem of place” in which poetry, sculpture, and horticulture intersect. This book directs sustained attention to Finlay the verbal artist, revealing the full breadth and richness of his poetics. The Errata of Ovid () The Errata of Ovid (/4)Ian Hamilton Finlay, Gary HincksH76 x W80 mmOffset printed in red and black, eight loose cards enclosed in a flap folder. Typeset in Bruce Old Style(?); illustrations by Gary Hincks; card stock ed from Woburn Books, 31 October Consisting of eight cards or leaves held. Finlay, Ian Hamilton. THE SEA-BED AND OTHER STORIES Edinburgh: Castle Wind Printers Limited, () First edition of the authors first book with lino-cut illustrations by Zeljko Kujundzik, stapled sheets in illustrated dust wrapper, ″ x ″, 48 pages.
Book Art/Book Arts Gary Hincks, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Ovid, Stockwood Park Bookmarking Book Art – “The New Concrete: Visual Poetry in the 21st Century” /09/17 /11/09 Books On Books Leave a . ~ The Ian Hamilton Finlay Collection: Since the New Arcadian Press has published many works by or relating to Ian Hamilton Finlay. Many are still available ~ 6 NAJs, 11 Broadsheets, 1 small book and 4 cards ~ both individually and as a set, £ (excluding post and packing). Follow this link to The Ian Hamilton Finlay Collection. Granary Books Isolation List This short catalog includes works by Wallace Berman, Joe Brainard, Marcel Duchamp, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Susan Bee, Anne Waldman, Donna Dennis, Susan Howe, and Jack Smith. With original artworks, rare books, little magazines, and ephemera. To inquire, please send us an email. The art of Ian Hamilton Finlay is unusual for encompassing a variety of different media. Poetry, philosophy, history, gardening and landscape design are among the genres of expression through which his work moves, and his activities have assumed concrete form in cards, books, prints, inscribed stone or wood or glass sculptures, room installations and fully realised garden environments.
(). Ian Hamilton Finlay and the commonplace - book to garden and back. Word & Image: Vol. 21, FROM BOOK TO GARDEN AND BACK: IAN HAMILTON FINLAY. Four essays and an exhibition catalogue, pp. Author: John Dixon Hunt. Ian Hamilton Finlay was born to Scottish parents in the Bahamas, where his father allegedly ran alcohol to the United States. Finlay was sent back to Scotland at the age of six and, at the start of World War II, evacuated to Orkney. He attended art school in Glasgow but never completed his degree; instead, he served in the Non-Combatant and Service Corps until , spending time in postwar. › Find signed collectible books by 'Ian Hamilton Finlay' The Dancers Inherit the Party. by Ian Hamilton Finlay. ISBN () Softcover, Birlinn, Find This Book. Ian Hamilton Finlay: the concrete poet as avant gardener Finlay's garden Little Sparta is one of the wonders of 20th-century art. Now a collection of .