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Les Ballades. By Francois Villon. London: Hacon & Ricketts, 1900.
The Queen of the Fishes. By Margaret Rust. London: C. Ricketts, 1894.
About Eragny Press
- Started in London by Frenchman Lucien Pissarro in 1895 and functioned until 1914.
- Eldest son of Impressionist painter, Camille Pissarro.
- Press named for town in Normandy where Pissarro and family lived.
- Produced a total of 32 handcrafted books.
- The press was joint venture with his wife Esther.
- Lucien acted as designer and wood engraver, while Esther became the technical skill behind the press.
Founder, Lucien Pissarro
Founder of the Eragny Press, Lucien Pissarro, c. 1937 from the Tate Museum.
The Eragny Press, 1894-1914: An Exhibition Catalogue. by
Call Number: Z232.P65 P58
Publication Date: 1967
Pastorale: Wood-Engravings by Lucien Pissarro by
Call Number: NE1143.5.P57 A4 2011
Publication Date: 2011
The Descent of Ishtar
The Descent of Ishtar. [Translated] by Diana White. [London, Eragny Press; sold by J. Lane, New York, 1903]