|Statement||Anne Stevens and David Leighton.|
|Contributions||Leighton, David., Holburne Museum and Crafts Study Centre., Ashmolean Museum.|
|LC Classifications||NE1112.L45 A4 1992b|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||41 p. :|
|Number of Pages||41|
Clare Leighton () Clare Leighton attended the Brighton School of Art (), the Slade School of Fine Art (–23) and the Central School of Arts and Crafts. Despite her childhood nickname ‘The Bystander’, she became a hugely visible artist on both sides of the Atlantic, and her vast oeuvre includes engravings, paintings. Clare Leighton has 25 books on Goodreads with ratings. Clare Leighton’s most popular book is Wuthering Heights. * Between Clare Leighton, Alison Uttley, and H.E. Bates, I have had the best reading summer ever. Clare has an edge in that she writes and illustrates so beautifully. Contents/5. Cape Cod Introduction by Robert Finch. with Clare Leighton Illustration by Thoreau, Written & Illustrated by Clare Leighton. Leighton, Clare (12 April - 4 November ) Published by Macmillan New York () Used. She was the first woman to produce a book on wood-engraving (Wood-Engraving and Woodcuts, ).
(Leighton, Clare)illus. SOUTHERN HARVEST by Clare Leighton. Macmillan, NY, (1st Printing stated). 4to., cloth, DJ, pp., with full page plates, in-text illustrations, vignettes, head- and tail-pieces, and initals. A near-Fine copy in a Very Good Dust Jacket which has a clean tear and a few small chips at the top and bottom. Clare Leighton's woodcuts are exquisite alone, but her writing is simple and elegant enough to quietly intensify their impact. I enjoyed the book so much I'm ordering 2 more - one for a British friend who can especially enjoy the references to native birds and flowers, and another for my elderly mother who will enjoy memories of being a child who spent time in her /5(9). Where Land Meets Sea: The Enduring Cape Cod (Nonpareil Book) by Clare Leighton | 1 Jun Paperback More buying choices £ (4 used offers) April - Blackbird On Nest Lithograph Of Wood Engraving By Clare Leighton Four Hedges by Leighton, Clare (Author) ON May, Paperback. by Clare Leighton | 29 May Clare Leighton immigrated to the United States in and set up home first in Baltimore, Maryland, then Durham, North Carolina and finally Woodbury, Connecticut. Leighton taught at Duke University while in Durham during the ’s and was part of a group of cultural elite that included the poet Paul Green.
Find nearly any book by Clare Leighton. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over , booksellers. Clare Leighton. pp. Quarto [27 cm] Red cloth over boards with a gilt stamped title on the backstrip. The book is in very good condition. A small square has been cut from the jacket's spine, and there is a corresponding faded patch on the book's Range: $ - $ Clare Leighton was one of the finest engravers of the twentieth century. In the s, when she settled in the countryside with her long-term partner, the political journalist Henry Noel Brailsford, she turned her creativity to the land. Gardening became her passion. Her obsession. Clare Leighton Clare Veronica Hope Leighton was born in London, the second of three children, to Robert Leighton and Marie Conner. Both her parents were writers, but each encouraged the early interest Clare showed in painting.