NEW GRAPHIC NOVEL FROM THE WILLIAMSBURG CIRCLE!
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The Bottomless Bottle of Beer
FROM THE AUTHOR: "The Bottomless Bottle of Beer is now ready to be imbibed! Click on the caption above and drink in Terrance Lindall's illustrations to my Milton-flavored Faustian (t)ale of one man's insatiable thirst for the perfect beer, a Bulgakovian brew (ha-ha) from a garden of earthly delights where Malt and Milton coupled can both justify God's ways to man!
"Lindall is a well-known artist who has created illustrations for Creepy, Eerie,Vampirella, Heavy Metal, the Epic Comics imprint of Marvel Comics, Rod Serling's Twilight Zone Magazine, and John Milton's Paradise Lost, among other texts."
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GROUND BREAKING WOMEN FORWARD EXHIBIT AT THE WAH CENTER
Full color, 96 pages, 9.75" x 9.75"
LIST PRICE $60. Circle price $30
"Women Forward" show, March 7 - May 31, 2009 Curated by Yuko Nii,
Introduction by Yuko Nii
The Momentum in Women Art: 2009, essay by Robert c. Morgan
with 32 Women Artists including Judy chicago, Faith Ringgold, and Toshiko Takaezu plus Yoko Ono
"a terrific exhibition... will explore the importance of female artists in contemporary society"
Michael R. Bloomberg, Mayor of the City of New York, March 7, 2009
is at the forefront of recognizing not only the enormous contribution
women have made to the visual arts—but also the obstacles and hardships
that women have had to overcome to get their due in the male dominated
"I recommend to you the Women Forward catalog. the story of each artists journey was so moving and so personal, it was like reading a book. It tells of each artists personal experience and what brought them to where they are today."
Ella J. Weiss, President of the Brooklyn Arts Council
TERRANCE LINDALL'S PARADISE LOST DVD
Terrance Lindall's complete Paradise Lost Recitation with the visual presentation of his illustrations, set to music by
acclaimed composer Peter Dizozza. $14.95 plus $2 postage & handling. Purchasing instructions at bottom of this page.
TERRANCE LINDALL is a well-known international artist and scholar. In the late 1970’s he illustrated JOHN MILTON’S PARADISE LOST. The first edition of Lindall’s work for Paradise Lost was designed to encourage young readers to look into the brilliance and eloquence of Milton’s visionary poetic landscape.
Terrance Lindall’s illustrations for John Milton's Paradise Lost are perhaps today the best-known illustrations for this epic outside of those by William Blake and Gustave Dore. Published in a small press edition in 1983, some of the plates appeared in the popular Heavy Metal Magazine around that time, reaching a larger audience. Lindall's art for Paradise Lost appears on the 2008 cover of Complete Poetry and Essential Prose of John Milton, to be released by Random House 2008. Edited by William Kerrigan, John Rumrich and Stephen M. Fallon Format: Hardcover, 1392 pages ISBN: 978-0-679-64253-4 (0-679-64253-6)
Holt Rinehart & Winston is using another Lindall Paradise Lost image in a 2009 high school textbook, which will have a first run of 370,000.
By Carter Kaplan, E L Riches - Createspace (2011) - Paperback - 88 pages - ISBN 145371202X
Combining delicate craft with wicked cleverness, Diogenes employs ancient Aristophanic devices to conjure a vision of the "new" modern condition. Far-seeing, humorous and often disturbing, Carter Kaplan ranges like a spirit of the air, winging fearlessly from Athens to Atlantis, and thence to the flickering lights beyond. Rare indeed do we find opportunities to step back from the contemporary scene to view life from the perspective of eternity. Such opportunities are not to be missed. With an introduction by E. L. Riches.Published by International Authors.Pro-Choice Mental Health with Peter DizozzaDiogenes [Book]
Includes work by four members of the Williamsburg Circle Publication Date: November 8, 2012
The Robert J. Wickenheiser Collection of the seventeenth-century English poet John Milton (1608-1674) brings the library its first major seventeenth-century research collection, to join the earlier acquisition of major collections from subsequent periods. It was acquired for Thomas Cooper Library in 2006 with leading support from William L. Richter and The William L. Richter Family Foundation.
The Wickenheiser Collection, built up over a thirty-five year period, has more than 6,000 volumes. It includes more than sixty first and other seventeenth-century editions of Milton’s own writings, and significant holdings also of 17th century Miltoniana. Its special focus on illustrated editions make it perhaps the most comprehensive collection ever of Milton illustration, from the first illustrated edition of Paradise Lost (1688) through all the major illustrators that follow, particularly John Martin (1789-1854) and Gustave Doré (1832-1833), with original drawings by several of the artists. The collection’s 18th, 19th, and 20th Milton editions preserve a comprehensive record of Milton's continuing impact, while holdings of Miltonbiography, scholarship, and criticism document knowledge of Milton’s writings and influence.
Number of Pages: 928, ISBN: 157003723X, Release Date: April 15, 2008
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