William Anthony, bookbinding, exhibition catalog, review
Art and Materials Conservation | Art Practice | Book and Paper | Library and Information Science
William “Bill” Anthony (1926-1989) was arguably one of the most influential bookbinders and conservators in the US. His impact cannot be measured by his work alone but also by his legacy as demonstrated by all those he trained, many of whom are now leaders in the field in their own right. Lawrence Yerkes’ forward and Helen Ryan’s introduction to the catalog describe not only Anthony’s life and work, but also the emotional bond they had with him and his spirit that touched so many.
Peter D. Verheyen. William Anthony Fine Binder. Guild of Book Workers Newsletter (February 2006)
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