Paperback: 120 pages
Publisher: Smithsonian Institution Press
Author: Tim Mason, Lynn Mason
Book Dimensions: 10h x 8w inches
Pages 11 thu 18 of the book contain a biography of the artist and her work and includes a number of black and white photos of the artist, her family and home in Tokyo.
Pages 31 thru 71 contain colour images of her woodcuts along with a few etchings and watercolours. Also included are a few examples of black and white images of drawings which were the preparatory work for subsequent woodcuts.
Pages 73 thru 104 contain black and white images of her work in woodcuts, etchings (soft-ground, aquatint, dry point) and lithographs.
There are two chronologies in the book, at the front is the artists life and at the rear a catalogue of all known prints by Helen Hyde.
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Other books on or by Helen Hyde include:
Helen Hyde and her work : an appreciation by Bertha E. Jacques
The Studio. An Illustrated Magazine of Fine & Applied Art. Various Issues, sometimes with colour plates tipped in. Appearances in The Studio include number 54 from 1912 .
Memorial Exhibition: Woodcuts and Etchings by the Late Helen Hyde : May One to May Thirty-one, 1920 (7 pages)
Woodcuts, etchings, aquatints : Helen Hyde. Published by The Newark museum association, 1913 (4 Pages)
A list of the other reference books I own can be found here – Woodblock Printmaker Books. I’m always interested to receive comments on any books you own or can recommend.