Urban Romantic. The Photographs of George Tice. Introduction also by George Tice. Clothbound with photo-illustrated dust jacket. Squarish quarto. Gilt-stamped boards. Numerous black-and-white images.David R. Godine, Boston, 1982. 131 pp.
A retrospective monograph of this New Jersey photographer. Tice gained a wide reputation for his quality printmaking techniques along with his photographs of the Amish, Maine landscapes and the urban environment. Included are his most famous photographs such as "Oak Tree" and "Petit's Mobil Station" with the Cherry Hill water tower looming in the background. Finely printed by Meriden Gravure. A short biographical essay by Tice is also included.
Dust jacket is Very Good: some creasing to laminate and rubbing; some edge wear and chipping. Book is Near Fine with some abrasion to lower edge and light bumps. Pages only slightly yellowed, binding tight.