SATYRS AND SUNLIGHT. Hugh McCrae.
SATYRS AND SUNLIGHT.
SATYRS AND SUNLIGHT.

SATYRS AND SUNLIGHT.

Being the collected poetry of Hugh McCrae. Illustrated and decorated by Norman Lindsay. With an Introduction by Thomas Earp. Pp. xx+176+[2](colophon, verso blank), 35 collotype or gravure plates (including the frontispiece) and 10 drawings (half-title and title page vignettes, pictorial headpieces and tailpiece); wide demy 4to; full green stained artificially grained sheepskin, spine lettered in gilt, with small design by Lindsay in gilt on the upper board, the leather lightly rubbed, corners and spine extremities a trifle worn, the spine faded; t.e.g., others uncut; bookplate of George M. Gray on upper pastedown, plus bookplate of Harold L. Sheard and a small handwritten price sticker on the upper free endpaper, a little faint offsetting of plates; Fanfrolico Press, London, 1928. First edition, limited to 550 numbered copies on Barcham Green's handmade paper. Arnold 20. *Contains the text of Hugh McCrae's previous volumes of poetry Satyrs & Sunlight (1909), Columbine (1920), and Idyllia (1922); plus the previously unpublished Orleans & Isabelle. \lang720 Harold L. Sheard (1890-1975) is best known for assembling the archive of his friend, anthropologist Charles P. Mountford, and donating the collection to the State Library of South Australia. Item #135627

Price: $950.00