Read the full article "Artists’ books bring text to life through art."

"The Shepard" from William Blake’s "Songs of Innocence" (1794).  

Cover of Henri Matisse’s “Jazz” (1947).

Box case for Henry Miller’s “Insomnia or the Devil at Large” (1970).

Page from Henry Miller’s “Insomnia or the Devil at Large” (1970).

Page from Henry Miller’s “Insomnia or the Devil at Large” (1970).

Page from Henry Miller’s “Insomnia or the Devil at Large” (1970).

Cover of Lee Blessing’s “Lessons from the Russian” (1999). The book was illustrated by Steven Sorman. 

Title page of Lee Blessing’s “Lessons from the Russian” (1999). The book was illustrated by Steven Sorman. 

Page from Lee Blessing’s “Lessons from the Russian” (1999). The book was illustrated by Steven Sorman. 

Page from Lee Blessing’s “Lessons from the Russian” (1999). The book was illustrated by Steven Sorman. 

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