The Machine and the Cloud: print from Gutenberg to Google
Peter Harrington, London
Peter Harrington exhibits examples of magnificent printed works, presenting items from the fifteenth to the twentieth centuries, including those carrying unique inscriptions and first editions of critical importance to the worlds or literature, history, travel, science and economics.
The latest catalogue provides numerous examples of books and ephemera typically found on our shelves at any given time, in this instance including works by Shakespeare, Swift, Hume, Woolf, Smith, Darwin, Joyce and Hemingway.
The gallery haa recently redesigned their cabinets to better create a curatorial, museum-like environment, giving ample room to not only displaying but explaining the importance of each item, proudly available to view while quickly accessible to assess in more in-depth detail with the help of our senior specialists.
Additionally, Peter Harrington’s stock extends to maps and atlases, letters and artwork, adding a further dimension to our presentation of literary landmarks.