A new name to me, Leonard Griffith Brammer (1906-1994). Depressive agitprop stuff, but an undeniably stylish b&w take on his native Potteries…
Artes Etruriæ renascuntur: a record of the historical old works at Etruria, a tour of the old Etruria Works in Stoke-on-Trent. (PDF, 36Mb).
“June 2017 – Last year in September, we took on Bidston Observatory in order to re-establish the site as one of artistic research.”
It’s not that far away by train, on the Wirral, and may be of interest to those who connect often with Liverpool.
This is looking rather tasty: the new revised and edition of the Tolkien Companion / Guide / Chronology three-volume set has been dated on Amazon UK. It’s pre-ordering now for delivery in November. Better, there’s to be a keyword-searchable Kindle edition, offering all three huge volumes for a fairly modest and piracy-busting £24.
I’ve recent acquired Tolkien’s Gedling and the two J. S. Ryan books Tolkien’s View and In the Nameless Wood, and hope to be reviewing them here soon.