J.E.H. MacDonald Designer
An Anthology of Graphic Design, Illustration and LetteringBook - 1996
The design work of Group of Seven painter J.E.H. MacDonald was not only central to his personal artistic development, but inseparable from the graphic design industry in Toronto from the 1890s to the 1930s: the golden age of book and magazine illustration. This connection has been largely overshadowed by his painting. Now this splendid book, tracing MacDonald's involvement with fine printing, book design and commercial art, raises the profile of graphic design as a formative influence in Canadian visual culture.
Publisher: [Ottawa, ON] : Archives of Canadian Art, c1996
Branch Call Number: 741.6092 MacDo-S 3558
Characteristics: xxii, 127 p. :,ill., photos