An important collection documenting the life and work of Virginia Woolf, the woman who helped to bring literature — and women — from the Victorian age into the modern era. Beekman’s collection spans Woolf’s entire life, shining a light into her youth and adolescence, her familial and romantic relationships over time, her printing and publishing work at The Hogarth Press and, of course, her own writing.
Featuring original color photographs by David Levinthal.
Published in conjunction with the exhibition Virginia Woolf: The Flight of Time, at The Forbes Gallery in New York City, from November 21, 2011 – January 14, 2012 and Woolf at the Beach in our East Hampton gallery July – August 2012.
134 pp.; 9 x 6 in., pictorial wrappers, $65
Deluxe limited edition, one of 25 copies, slipcased with a limited print numbered and signed by Levinthal. $2500
Glenn Horowitz Bookseller, Inc. is an agent in the sale and placement of culturally significant archives to research institutions nationwide. A full list can be found here.
Glenn Horowitz Bookseller also prepares appraisals of rare books and archival material for both insurance and estate purposes.
The bookseller Glenn Horowitz is one of the top brokers of literary archives in the USA, dealing in works by writers from Joyce and Nabokov to Lenny Bruce and Bob Dylan.
Rare books, inscribed first editions, correspondence, manuscripts, artwork, photography, ephemera, and more.
© 2023 Glenn Horowitz Bookseller.