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Spirit of Place celebrates the splendor of landscape. Four images composed of line drawings printed in two colors render the evocativeness of scenery such as moonlight on water, wind skimming across a wheat field, an undulating expanse of rich earth, and the glow of late-day sunlight on snow. The title pays homage to Lawrence Durrell (and his collection of letters and essays on travel of the same title), whose incomparably perceptive and elegant descriptions of landscapes render the distinctive feel of a place.

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