HUBBARD, Elbert (1856 - 1915)
These pages recount little journeys made to the homes of Ruskin and Turner.
East Aurora: Roycroft Printing Shop, 1896. Quarto, quarter-cloth over gilt-lettered papered boards (marked, boards rubbed), pp. 54, 12 photographure plates with tissue guards, letterpress printed in red and black, extensive marginal ornamentation coloured in inks and gold, all edges uncut, internally fine. Limited to 473 copies signed and numbered by the author.
Elbert Hubbard was a noteworthy members of the American Arts and Crafts movement and founder of the Roycroft Press, styled on William Morris’ Kelmscott Press of Hammersmith.
A fine example of American private press.