Beautifully printed monograph on the illustrator of the first printing of THE WONDERFUL WIZARD OF OZ, who broke with Baum following royalty disagreements but went on to a distinguished career in illustration.
W.W. DENSLOW: The Other Wizard of Oz
This catalogue presents a biographical overview of Denslow produced by the Brandywine River Museum in conjunction with a 1996 exhibition of the same name.
Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania: Brandywine River Museum, 1996. 10.5'' x 9''. Original grey and red pictorial wrappers, perfect bound. Printed on glossy paper. Illustrated in color and black and white, including full-page frontispiece portrait of Denslow and color reproduction of an early Oz advertising poster. Works in exhibition listed at rear. 64 pages.
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