New York: Taplinger Publishing Company, (1988),
Third Edition. quarto, green boards. 128pp. Taplinger Publishing Company, Item #14365
A largely pictorial survey embracing the development and practice of Western calligraphy in the 20th century. It ranges from the revival by Edward Johnston of calligraphy based on historical scripts, through the pioneering work of his students in Britain, Germany and North America, to a period of expansion and new forms of expression. Illustrations includes examples of historical scripts and the work of some 100 calligraphers, particularly contemporary work from Donald Jackson, Friedrich Neugebauer and Thomas Ingmire. Includes 200 photographs in black and white. Very fine.