Leonard Baskin: Leonard Baskin Books
A Passover Haggadah
This Haggadah combines the traditional Seder service in both Hebrew and English, with commentary written throughout Jewish history. It is illustrated with twenty watercolors by Leonard Baskin.
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A Passover Haggadah: Deluxe Edition
Deluxe edition with an original signed three-color lithograph of Joseph. 500 numbered copies, signed by the artist on the colophon. Quarter calf and marbled boards in cloth slipcase.
The Divine Comedy
In 1969, Leonard Baskin painted 120 large scale drawings for his seminal rendition of Dante Alighieri’s The Divine Comedy. These powerful works typify both the artist’s and the writer’s unflinching dedication to the universal qualities of the human condition. We are proud to present this groundbreaking collection. See the artwork here.
The work was published in Thomas G. Bergin’s translation. Grossman Publishers, New York, 1969.
A 3 volume set
signed by Baskin, $250
Children’s Books written by Richard Michelson, illustrated by Leonard Baskin
Did You Say Ghosts?
There’s no such thing as spooks or ghosts. I guarantee it … well, almost.
And if there were, the werewolves’ bay would scare even a ghost away.
So begins a deliciously scary cumulative tale, with the series of possible monsters that follow each scared of something else. Kids will enjoy the humor as well as the slight shiver that these all-star spooks bring.
Enriched by noted artist Leonard Baskin’s gallery of frightful imaginings, this is not a bedtime book, for the skeletons, witches, and other spooky creatures conjured up will lull no child to sleep! Instead, this is a humorous and spine-chilling repetitive story for older children.