Artist, illustrator, type designer, advertiser, and printer, Will Bradley (1868–1962) was in the forefront of the American Arts and Crafts movement and one of the few American artists to master the Art Nouveau style. This volume features his "Notes Toward an Autobiography," tracing Bradley's career from Michigan printer's devil to art supervisor of the Hearst printing empire.
Will Bradley: His Graphic Artby Will Bradley, Clarence P. Hornung (Editor), Roberta W. Wong (Editor)
Leading American designer of Art Nouveau and among first to realize its commercial possibilities. 97 examples of Bradley's finest work as artist, illustrator, type designer, advertiser, and printer. Eight plates reproduced in full color; 19 in two colors. Autobiographical notes.
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