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Jim Partridge

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This Crafts Council exhibition catalogue celebrates the woodworking talents of Jim Partridge who has brought a new perspective to the function and potential of this natural material. The catalogue exhibits his the bowls and small objects which he has specialised in making, some of his furniture, and some of his commissions for creative yet utilitarian public works viewed in their wooded surroundings. Jim Partridge's work displays an appreciation of the inherent solidity and boldness of his material, and a creative use of form and surface texture. Alison Britton provides a textual introduction to the works.

BOOK CONDITION : VG : minor rubbing to edge areas of front cover; minor shelfwear along edges; neat biro inscription to far top right of front cover "Photos by J.R."; covers still presentable and quite well preserved; inside pages in excellent condition with preserved whites and tones; binding secure and quite tight like new. Bookseller Inventory 001459 D17

Item details

Added value:
1st edition
Author(s):
Partridge, Jim
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
Landscape 4to - over 9¾" - 12".
Edition:
1st
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1870145003
Number of pages:
31
Publisher:
The Crafts Council, London, 1989.
Title:
Jim Partridge

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This Crafts Council exhibition catalogue celebrates the woodworking talents of Jim Partridge who has brought a new perspective to the function and potential of this natural material. The catalogue exhibits his the bowls and small objects which he has specialised in making, some of his furniture, and some of his commissions for creative yet utilitarian public works viewed in their wooded surroundings. Jim Partridge's work displays an appreciation of the inherent solidity and boldness of his material, and a creative use of form and surface texture. Alison Britton provides a textual introduction to the works.

BOOK CONDITION : VG : minor rubbing to edge areas of front cover; minor shelfwear along edges; neat biro inscription to far top right of front cover "Photos by J.R."; covers still presentable and quite well preserved; inside pages in excellent condition with preserved whites and tones; binding secure and quite tight like new. Bookseller Inventory 001459 D17

Added value:
1st edition
Author(s):
Partridge, Jim
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
Landscape 4to - over 9¾" - 12".
Edition:
1st
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1870145003
Number of pages:
31
Publisher:
The Crafts Council, London, 1989.
Title:
Jim Partridge

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