With Seven Signed Monotypes by Both Scholder and Baskin

    [Gehenna Press]. [Leonard Baskin]. Fritz Scholder and Leonard Baskin, illustrators. A Book of Plains Indians; Monotypes and Words. Northampton: Gehenna Press, 1994. Limited to twenty-six copies, of which this is number seventeen. Quarto. Unpaginated. With fourteen monoprints signed and numbered by the artists. Beautifully bound in full niger oasis by Claudia Cohen. With gilt hand-tooling and morocco inlays. Blindstamped titles on front and spine. Full olive cloth clamshell with matching leather spine label. Printed on letterpress by Carol J. Blinn of the Warwick Press. Michael Kuch printed the monotypes at Gehenna Press on a etching press. A combination of Czech and Japanese handmade papers were used in this beautiful production. Some yellowish offsetting to the page edges. Otherwise, a near fine copy of this wonderful collaboration between Scholder and Baskin.

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