Carter, Frederick (Artist).


A Tragedy by Lord Byron. Decorated by ... With an Introduction by the Artist. Issued for the Subscribers of Fanfrolico Press 1929.
Subscribers Ed. Royal 8vo. ([A]-K). Title with dec. border in purple, 4 purple plates, dec. devices. Some very light browning mainly to, japon backed purple silk boards with gilt device to upper board, minor soiling to head of spine, original dusty glacene wrapper, t.e.g. One of a Limited Edition of 550 Copies. Typography and production arranged by Jack Lindsay and P.R. Stephensen. Frederick Carter (1885-1967). Carter became a mystic symbolist artist, involved with Aleister Crowley and worked on illustrations for D.H. Lawrence's Apocalypse. He was also a friend of Austin Osman Spare and helped with his theories of automatic drawing.
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