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Marilyn MacGregor
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Started Feb 22, 2011 0 Replies

You might like to know about an interesting exhibit at the Athenaeum in Philadelphia, a subscription library with a gallery that often features handmade books and book related art. The exhibit is…Continue

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I am an artist, writer, art historian, and teacher, active with exhibitions, publications, and classes. My handmade books combine all interests and passions, and allow me to explore ideas in many interesting ways. At one time I was a small press publisher of fine limited edition books, and I will always love the look and feel of a good book. ArtSmartTalk is my award-winning blog about art and art history -
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Posted on February 25, 2011 at 4:50 0 Comments

Another book related post on my ArtSmartTalk blog - this time about the Shahnama, the ancient Persian epic bristling with brave Kings, heroic deeds, fierce demons, and mythic battles. The focus is on a show in New York at the Asia Society, where an edition from the 14th century is on display - recently unbound, conserved, and shown as a whole in the U.S. for the first time. The marvels of Persian illustration are on full display - magnificent craftsmanship, tiny delicate renderings of…


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At 8:38 on November 30, 2011, Elizabeth Banfield said…

Thank you Marilyn for the 'friend' offer. Your work is beautiful. There are so many sensitive and evocative books on this site that I am yet to discover, so thank you for pointing me to yours.

At 6:57 on November 29, 2011, Linda Persson said…

Thank You! Marilyn. 

At 23:46 on April 13, 2011, ART-ON-GOOGLE said…
At 14:16 on February 25, 2011, Robert Heather said…
I also saw the Shanama exhibition at the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge - it was fabulous.
At 1:52 on January 15, 2011, Lucas Albergaria de Magalhães said…

Hey I'm the one to ask you pardon for the delay. Daddy died in mid november and I couldn't acess internet at all.


I'd love to have a caterpillars book of yours! But I have no idea of what should I give you in many pages is your artwork? Maybe I can give you as many drawings as you give to me, what do you think?

At 5:04 on November 8, 2010, Lucas Albergaria de Magalhães said…
Thank you so much for your kind comment left at my page! it made me quite happy!

I do know urban sketchers, but I never entered in contact with them...but you made me feel confident to do so.

I also love your bettle book! Is there any way we can exchange works?
At 0:42 on October 26, 2010, Sarah Bodman said…
Dear Marilyn
Just to say thank you very much for joining an Inventory of Al-Mutanabbi Street!
With very best wishes

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