“In Wurzburg we were more charmed by the beer than the architecture.”

Currently on display on the Delta99 Jefferson-Style Revolving Book Stand: a first edition (not that we care about that stuff) of A Wanderer in Woodcuts by Hendrik Glintenkamp, which was discovered deep in the stacks by our very own Board President.

This amazing book is filled with over 100 striking woodcuts illustrating an extended trip Glintenkamp took to Europe.

As usual, The Internets don’t do justice.  Come take a look.

-Norm De Plume

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Published in: on November 8, 2011 at 10:43 am  Leave a Comment  

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