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1985. Arts Council. first edition softback. VG. 9x6.5. 96pp. colour & b/w photos throughout. After an architectural training Edward Wright was a painter, typographer, graphic designer and above all an explorer of language. He was once described as the only artist in England who has used communications as his theme. This accompanied an exhibition of his remarkable graphic work and paintings.
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