The wave : production material.


The wave : production material.

Mixed-media dummy with holograph & corrected text proof, cardboard cut illustrations with separations, cardboard cut illustration, cardboard cut collage studies, 1 sheet pastel & pencil studies, 1 sheet proof. "Based on Gleanings in Buddha-fields by Lafcadio Hearn, the story tells of how when there seems to be no way to save four hundred villagers from imminent and unsuspecting death, a wise old man high on the mountain does what must be done to save the village."

Illustrations: 18 items.


SNAC Resource ID: 7812477

University of Minnesota, Minneapolis

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