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http://adventuresintheprinttrade.blogspot.com/

Adventures in the Print Trade is an Anglophone art blog. Its author is Neil Philip who lives and works in Cotswolds, United Kingdom. Philip is a writer and runs the online print gallery Idbury Prints He is currently writing a book on the French print 1870-1970; previous books include English Folktales, Scottish Folktales, The Cinderella Story, Victorian Village Life, A Fine Anger, The Great Mystery, and (with Philip Wilkinson) Mythology. He has also published two collections of poems, Holding the World Together and The Cardinal Directions.





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