Mark Lansburgh Jr
Dartmouth Book Arts Workshop
The third musketeer in the Book Arts revival was Mark Lansburgh, who after Dartmouth spent his career as an art historian, teaching and lecturing at colleges and universities such as Colorado College, Stanford and New York University. Aside from his printing skills, Lansburgh was also a collector, amassing a fine collection of ledger drawings that chronicle the life of the Native American. These items were gifted to Dartmouth. Here Lansburgh peruses a sheet, no doubt printed on one of the presses at Dartmouth.
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