The Curwen Press led the way from the 1920s with a programme that combined the technical skills of their print engineers with artistic talent. Their experimental colour printing produced many delightful effects that are still simulated in digital print, often with inferior results.
|Curwen press leaflet from 1924, illustrated by Claud Lovat Fraser|
|Lithographs for Schools brochure (1937)|
|Curwen Press Newsletter, 1937, illustrated by Edward Ardizzone|
|Gavin Boyd Harte, Temples of Power (1979)|
|Llyn Chadwick, Moon in Alabama (1963)|
|Leonard Rosoman, The Gothic Temple at Stowe (1971)|
|Harold Cohen, poster design for Harold Pinter's The Homecoming (1967)|