CIVITAS DEI: 7.30AM

A turf-covered enclosure, encircled by planets, stars and the elliptical orbits of comets. Timber-clad buildings rise out of the grass. Men emerge from holes in the ground. A clock dial surrounds the sun, whose tail is passing 7.30am. The date (26.VI) is Midsummer Day.

The inscriptions are from Charles Williams’ Taliessin Through Logres cycle of poems.

Linocut. Editioned from an original print by the Curwen Press. Block size 460mm x 460mm (18ins x 18ins).

£175