MR. COLLIER'S LETTER RACKS: A Tale of Art & Illusion at the Threshold of the Modern Information Age
Recovers the tale of Edward Collier, an extraordinary illusionist artist who, in the burgeoning age of accessible print, drew attention to the potential and the pitfalls of this new information age through minutely coded messages, witty games, intricate allusions, and private jokes, all hidden within his paintings. Well illustrated, some color.
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