Papermaker's Tears: Essays on the Art and Craft of Paper Vol. 1
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This newly published collection of essays, edited by Tatiana Ginsberg, scholar and artist, assembles a group of essays that delve into the history of papermaking and its symbiosis with art and crafts.
360 pages • 378 full-color illustrations • hardcover
Authors and their essays include:
- Cathleen A. Baker The Wove Paper in John Baskerville's Virgil (1757): Made on a Cloth-Covered Laid Mould
- Nicole Donnelly Douglass Morse Howell: Breaking the Mould. Part 1
- Susan Gosin Founding of Dieu Donné
- Kyoko Ibe On Gampi
- Aimee Lee The Toolmakers Those Who Build So We Can Make. Part I: Timothy Moore and David Reina
- Radha Pandey Traditional Papermaking in India: Then and Now
- Peter Thomas An Account of My Trip to Find the Hand Papermills of Eastern Europe