[South Norwalk, CT: Winter 1994-1995]. One of ten copies, signed, printed by Frasconi on Hosho and Arches paper, brown Hosho endpapers. Earth tones represent the native Americans, contrasting with night-time colors of deep purple, black and silver. Frasconi's books are overprinted, adding layer upon layer of color, giving the prints a three-dimensional quality. Twelve leaves of color woodcuts and xylographic text in brown. Full-age portrait (head) of a native American in earth tones faces a full-page owl in purple and black, followed by seven double-spreads of a poem and an owl, concluding with a double-spread of rthe land and sky at night. Slight wear along joints, otherwise a fine copy. Full color woodcut wrap-around cover. Slipcase covered with an additional woodcut, xylographic label. 9 1/2 x 12." Item #17147
OCLC lists one copy only, at the University of Utah.
The Books of Antonio Frasconi, 66.