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In The Spotlight: Poetry + Constructivism

15th January 2021

[originally posted on our Facebook books page:]

A small selection of our vintage books from the 1910s to 1940 featuring poetry, many with poems and constructivist covers and illustrations by notable poets and artists of the time, listed at www.antikbarbooks.co.uk [click on the images for direct links], available online with worldwide delivery and from AntikBar Books, 404 King’s Road, Chelsea, London SW10 0LJ www.AntikbarBooks.co.uk


View all our original antique and vintage book designs and ephemera online at AntikbarBooks.co.uk covering the major art movements including Bauhaus, Constructivism, Modernism and Art Deco primarily from the 1920s-1930s.

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