The Case of the Wolf-Man. Jim DINE, Sigmund FREUD, b. 1935.
The Case of the Wolf-Man

The Case of the Wolf-Man

San Francisco: The Arion Press, 1993. 4to (12 x 9 1/2 inches). 5 etchings and 6 woodcuts by Jim Dine. Original black quarter-morocco, spine lettered in silver, beige cloth-covered boards, upper cover printed in black, original cloth-edged slipcase with silver-printed label on spine. Item #403906

LIMITED EDITION, letter I of 26 lettered copies from an edition of 276. Dine’s spectacular series of etchings and woodcuts illustrate one of Freud’s most important, influential, and harrowing case-studies. Includes an essay by the philosopher and art historian Richard Wollheim, reviewing the story of the Wolf-Man and the significance of this case for Freud, his followers, and critics. The types are Monotype Century Old Style, handset Century Expanded italic, and Miller & Richard Old Style capitals, in black and red inks. Intaglio printing by Pace Editions. The paper is mouldmade, French Johannot for the text and English T. H. Saunders for the prints. Offered directly from the personal archives of Jim Dine.  Offered directly from the personal archives of Jim Dine.

Price: $1,500.00