Franciszka Themerson's unforgettable pictorial journal of her first two years spent alone in London, 1940-42, stranded by war and separated from her husband Stefan. This brilliant series of sometimes artless, primitive drawings vividly evokes a Europe in chaos, using descriptive narrative, religious allegory, dream imagery and caricature. There are shelter drawings (Henry Moore, cry your heart out!), images of the blitz, of God as a hunchback, and a blind man with a stick, of the Polish government-in-exile, and others in which animals appear to be the only sane beings left on earth. A moving and immediate, meaningful book.
BLUE OWL (2nd edition) Published November 21, 2014
TABLE MANNERS Published August 19, 2014
Unposted Letters Published March 18, 2014
Franciszka Themerson Published December 16, 2013
The Story of Mr Slim Published June 05, 2013