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Letters from Charles Ricketts to Michael Field (1903-1913)

Charles S. Ricketts

Letters from Charles Ricketts to Michael Field (1903-1913)

by Charles S. Ricketts

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Published by Tragara Press in Edinburgh .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain
    • Subjects:
    • Ricketts, Charles S., 1866-1931,
    • Field, Michael -- Correspondence,
    • Artists -- Great Britain -- Correspondence,
    • Authors, English -- 20th century -- Correspondence

    • Edition Notes

      Statementedited by J.G. Paul Delaney.
      ContributionsField, Michael., Delaney, J. G. Paul.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsN6797.R5 A3 1981
      The Physical Object
      Pagination30, [1] p. ;
      Number of Pages30
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3881556M
      ISBN 100902616722
      LC Control Number81208863

      RICKETTS AND SHANNON AND 'MICHAEL FIELD' TRANSCRIPTS. Vol. XII (ff. ). Letters from Charles Ricketts, British Library: referencedIn: Charles Shannon Collection, Rare Book & Manuscript Library General Manuscript Collection, 5) Fitzwilliam M., Cambridge, GR (14cm wide) and GR (22cm wide), both from 5th century BCE. Our thanks to David Gill, Swansea U. for information on the Ricketts and Shannon collection of antiquities. 6) Letters from C. Ricketts to Michael Field, 16 and 30 Nov. ; quoted Darracott , pp–3. 7) Athenaeum, 26 Nov. , p.

      O’Neil, for the material by Michael Field and Charles Ricketts; the Order of Preachers, for the letters from Michael Field to John Gray; the Dominican Council, for the letters of John Gray to Michael Field; Villa I Tatti, for the letters from Bernhard Berenson to Michael Field; Nicholas. - are letters to Michael Field from Pakenham Beatty (and some from his wife, Ida Beatty), an Irish poet/playwright, from May to November (mostly concerning his help with the staging of A Question of Memory). - are letters to Michael Field from Bernard Berenson (including a few from Mary Berenson), from November to

      Handbook of classical mythology. Handbook of Egyptian mythology. Hyperbolic Systems of Conservation Laws and the Mathematical Theory of Shock Waves (CBMS-NSF Regional Conference Series in Applied Mathematics) Derues – Alexandre Dumas. Laboratory Exercises in Inorganic Chemistry. Cities of the Plain (Sodom and Gomorrah) – Marcel Proust. Brooks, Michael, "Oscar Wilde, Charles Ricketts, and the Art of the Book," Criticism (), picture book illustrations with as much ease as we do the prose, they raise the issue of how image and word should correspond in a way that The Sphinx does : Jana Purington.


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Get this from a library. Some letters from Charles Ricketts and Charles Shannon to 'Michael Field' (). [Charles S Ricketts; J G Paul Delaney; Charles Shannon; Michael Field; Katharine Harris Bradley; Edith Emma Cooper; Tragara Press,] -- Letters written by artists Charles Ricketts and Charles Shannon to poet Katherine Bradley and her niece, Edith Cooper, who wrote under the joint.

Michael Field was a pseudonym used for the poetry and verse drama of the English authors Katharine Harris Bradley (27 October – 26 September ) and her niece and ward Edith Emma Cooper (12 January – 13 December ).

As Field they wrote around 40 works together, and a long journal Works and intention was to keep the pen-name secret, but it became public knowledge. My first thought of focussing on Ricketts alone was quickly dismissed, for in letters to 'Michael Field' (for example) it would prove impossible and undesirable to disentangle his contributions from Shannon's, especially as a number are actually joint efforts, written as though by one voice.

Charles Ricketts (), artist, book. Michael Field was the pseudonym used by Katherine Bradley () and Edith Cooper () coauthors and lovers for the poetry and verse drama they published. This edition of the love letters of Michael Field brings together for the first time a personal correspondence thought lost by critics.

Charles Ricketts (–), a polymath of restless energy, was one of the most important figures in the art-world of the final years of the nineteenth century, and continued to be influential into the s.

The subject of critical biographies by Joseph Darracott () and Stephen Calloway (), Ricketts dominated several fields. Charles Ricketts has been called the quintessence of the nineties. In his life as much as In London, the writers Oscar Wilde, Michael Field, John Gray, Thomas Hardy, W.

Yeats and Thomas Sturge-Moore were all eager for Ricketts to decorate Letters & Journals of Charles Ricketts. comp. Sturge Moore, ed.

Lewis. London: Peter Davis. Letters by Michael Field are also contained within archives of papers indexed under the name of the other correspondent (for example that Sydney Carlyle Cockerell, George Bottomly, and, most significantly, that of Charles Ricketts and Charles Shannon [see Ricketts and Shannon papers vols.

Letters from Charles Ricketts to ‘Michael Field’ (). Letters of (). Looking Strategically: Feminist and Queer Aesthetics in Michael Field‟s Sight and Song‟, (). Mary Berenson: A Self-Portrait from Her Letters and Diaries, The Michael Field Catalogue: A Book of Lists, Padstow:Author: Matthew William Mitton.

Some Letters from Charles Ricketts and Charles Shannon to "Michael Field" Edinburgh: Triagara Press, First edition. Cloth-backed paper covered marbled boards. 7 of 20 copies on hand-made paper (out of an edition of ), in collector's case and slipcase.

FIne. Letters from Charles Ricketts to "Michael Field" () 1 copy; Some letters from Charles Ricketts and Charles Shannon to 'Michael Field' 1 copy; Charles Ricketts, R.A.

Sixty-five illustrations introduced by T. Sturge 1 copy. “Michael Field” was the literary pseudonym of two women, Katharine Bradley () and her niece Edith Cooper (). The women were poets, playwrights, diarist, and lovers who lived and wrote together during the final decades of the nineteenth century up to World War I.

Their arresting poetry has recently gained them a place in the. “Diary,” 12 Mayin Ricketts, Charles, Letters from Charles Ricketts to “Michael Field” (–) (Edinburgh, ), “Diary,” 5 Decemberin Ricketts, Self-Portrait, Cited by: 1.

Letters from Charles Ricketts to "Michael Field" () Michael Field by Charles S. Ricketts 1 edition - first published in Not in Library. Pages from a diary in Greece Biography, Accessible book, Art, Artists, English Authors. Michael Field was a pen name used by English poets and dramatists Katherine Harris Bradley (27 October - 26 September ) and her niece, Edith Emma Cooper (12 January - 13 December ).

Katherine Bradley was born on 27 October in Birmingham, England, the daughter of Emma (Harris) and Charles Bradley, a tobacco manufacturer.

Her grandfather, also Charles. Galley proofs, page proofs for Michael Field, by Charles Ricketts, edited by Paul Delaney, 4: Galley proofs, page proofs for Some Letters from Charles Ricketts and Charles Shannon to Michael Field, edited by Paul Delaney, 5: Charles Ricketts essay (photocopy, ), 1st printing, 6.

‘Diary’, 12 Mayin Charles S. Ricketts, Letters from Charles Ricketts to ‘Michael Field’ (–) (Edinburgh: Tragara, ), Google Scholar Cited by: 1. “Michael Field” was the literary pseudonym of two women, Katharine Bradley () and her niece Edith Cooper (). The women were poets, playwrights, diarist, and lovers who lived and wrote together during the final decades of the nineteenth century up to World War I.

Their arresting poetry has recently gained them a place in the canon, and their extensive engagement with. Ricketts prepare a portrait of the mythical Willie Hughes in the style of Clouet and was so delighted with the result that he called upon the gods to shower gold and roses on the Vale.

It was by encouraging his young friend to take up book design that Wilde made his most 4 Quoted in Charles Ricketts, Self-Portrait, ed. Sturge Moore (London. letters from charles ricketts to michael field ().

RICKETTS, Charles, J. Paul Delaney (Edits). Published by Tragara Press, Edinburgh (). London, where he met Ricketts. Charles de Sousy Ricketts was born on October 2,in Geneva, where his father, Charles Robert Ricketts, was studying painting after having been invalided out of the Royal Marine Light Infantry.

Ricketts's mother, Hélène Jouhan (née de Sousy), was a Frenchwoman who was, according to Ricketts, "bred Italian."File Size: 30KB.xxvii THE RACE OF LEAVES, A Play by Michael Field* With border designed and cut on the wrood by Charles Ricketts* Demy octavo.

Uniform writh ''The World at Auction/' Two hundred and eighty copies printed in red and black at twenty'-one shillings.In London, the writers Oscar Wilde, Michael Field, John Gray, Thomas Hardy, W. B. Yeats and Thomas Sturge-Moore were all eager for Ricketts to decorate their books or design stagings for their plays.

Wilde especially was proud of Ricketts’s involvement in his own work: he once called Ricketts “the subtle and fantastic decorator” of his books.