Paul Woodroffe; signed ‘PW’.
Olive green cloth with a gilt pattern.
8 x 5¼ inches
Another of Woodroffe’s elegant Art Nouveau cloth bindings. The impact of the Celtic Revival is registered in his use of the never-ending interlace, a visual metaphor signifying the perpetual recurrence of life.
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Photograph and text by Simon Cooke
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