Artist Clare Leighton: He Brought Streams, (BPL 653) Psalms, circa 1952

Artist Clare Leighton (1898-1989): He Brought Streams, (BPL 653) Psalms, circa 1952

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Clare Leighton (1898-1989):
He Brought Streams, (BPL 653) Psalms, circa 1952
Framed (ref: 6004)
Original woodblock (cancelled)

2 x 3 7/8 in. (5.2 x 10 cm)

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Provenance: The Artist's Estate

Leighton's epic project Psalms. (The Book of Psalms [and] The First Psalm of David, the Book of Proverbs [and] The Book of Ecclesiastes) was published by Doubleday, 1952. 
He Brought Streams, was published in an edition of 75 from this original (now cancelled).
 block. It is recorded as no. 653 in the Boston Public Library catalogue of Leighton's work Clare Leighton was an artist, writer and wood engraver, best known for her illustrated books recording English rural life (The Farmer's Year, 1933, Four Hedges, 1935), and her recording of life in America where she emigrated to in 1939.
 Southern Harvest, 1942 New England Industries,1952, (produced for Wedgwood) are amongst the most celebrated and poignant records of American rural life of their period.