The Assembly of a William Blake Press

The Assembly of a William Blake Press

In preparation for Copper Impressions – The 18th Century Printmaking Revolution, an exhibition and printmaking demonstration at Christ Church Library in Oxford, carpenters worked alongside Professor Michael Phillips, internationally recognized William Blake scholar, to assemble the pieces of a copper-plate printing press that Phillips used in his workshops.

This press, a working replica of the one used by 19th-century poet, painter, and printmaker, William Blake, was built locally by Buckinghamshire maker/designer, Josh Howard-Saunders, and it arrived at The Library just following its recent stay in Oxford’s Ashmolean Museum.

The Assembly of a William Blake Press

The Assembly of a William Blake Press

The Assembly of a William Blake Press

The Assembly of a William Blake Press

The Assembly of a William Blake Press

The Assembly of a William Blake Press

The Assembly of a William Blake Press

The Assembly of a William Blake Press

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The Lunchtime Portraits

The Lunchtime Portraits

Workers for the Bodleian Library renovation team breaking for lunch on the stairs of the Clarendon Building, Broad Street, Oxford.

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Bodleian Library Renovation | The Lunchtime Portraits

Bodleian Library Renovation | The Lunchtime Portraits

*  Rolleiflex 3,5F Planar  *
*  Ilford FP4 Plus  *
*  Developed in Kodak Tmax  *
*  Epson V500 scanner  *
*  Photoshop CS6  *

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