Patrick Cullinan Selected Poems 1961 - 1991

Patrick Cullinan Selected Poems 1961 -1991 is an artists' book with forty lithographs, four drawings and an oil painting by Judith Mason. It was published in 1992 by The Artists' Press and consists of a numbered edition of forty books. Bruce Attwood made the marquetry covers by hand. Patrick Cullinan was a South African poet and biographer (1932 - 2011).

Front cover wood, spine is leather.

Back cover

Oil painting tipped into book.

Each book is individually signed by the artist and the poet.

Gold leaf was applied to this lithograph

Hand-painted and drawn details

Hand-painted and drawn details

Hand-painted and drawn details

Below are links to the artists' books that are currently available from The Artists' Press:

Qauqaua  (Coex'ae Qgam, Kuru Art Project)

Joanne of Ark (Flip Hattingh)

The Ultimate Safari (Nadine Gordimer, various artists)

GIF 4 (Various artists)

To take a look at the archive of books produced by The Artists' Press please follow the links below, these books are not available from us.

Another Day in Paradise (Various artists)

Portage (William Kentridge)

Breathe (William Kentridge)

Remembering the Treason Trial (William Kentridge)

Pocket Drawings (William Kentridge)

Learning the Flute (William Kentridge)

Libretto (William Kentridge)

GIF 1 (Various artists)

GIF 2 (Various artists)

GIF 3 (Various artists)

Antibody (Belinda Blignaut)

In Praise of Bristlecone Pines (Rita Deanin Abbey)

JUST 30 WORDS (INTERLINEARY) Robbin Ami Silverberg


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