New York: Red Angel, 2000.
Colored woodcuts by Ronald Keller. 11pp. of text. Oblong 4to, bound in brick (sienna) colored cloth, with a three dimensional paper-mache device on the front cover; marbled end-paper; board slipcase..
Number 7 of 100 copies, signed by Keller. This work was first published iin the Atlantic Monthly, 1874, and later collected in Italian Hours, 1909. The book is unique in that the four woodcuts are bound so that when unfolded they stand upright to form the impression of an Italian square. An imaginative combination of art and text.